Monday, August 09, 2010

Krauthammer Spamformation Material

Charles Krauthammer Sounds Alarm
 Obama hell bent on revolution

3. Obama has a ruthless quest for power. He did not come to Washington to make something out of himself, but rather to change everything, including dismantling capitalism. He can't be straightforward on his ambitions, as the public would not go along. He has a heavy hand, and wants to level the playing field with income redistribution and punishment to the achievers of society. He would like to model the USA to Great Britain or Canada .  (Charles Krauthammer  - see links below)
Tom Mann sent me this Krauthammer article, which immediately struck me as a good candidate for "spamformation." That is,  sending to family and friends who need reminding about how they ruined the country when the voted for this wet-back poseur.

 I prepared two formats;  Krauthammer-Prime.html,  for your perusal, and Krauthammer-E-mail.html,   for spamforming.  Both have the same content, but,  having received hundreds, if not thousands of these things myself, it's obvious that there is a certain formatting discipline for them.  I did my best to comply.  You're welcome.

Axillism? Sounds like a commie movement

TEN  13 Things You Didn't Know
about sex

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A Short History of the Filibuster

“After talking non-stop for 10 hours and 35 minutes, Huey Long informed his fellow senators that he wasn't a bit tired. "I would just as soon stay here and go ten more hours," he said. "I am in hog heaven here discussing this thing."

It was 10:30 on the night of June 12, 1935, and Sen. Long had been yakking since noon, trying to prevent a vote that he knew he would lose. The Senate was prepared to pass an extension of President Franklin Roosevelt's National Recovery Act, which Long opposed, and he was trying to talk the bill to death. Huey was a very entertaining talker, so spectators packed the gallery, many of them Shriners in town for a convention. "I seem to have new inspiration," Long announced. "I seem to hear a voice that says, 'Speak ten hours more.'"

High Seat

Pleasure Cycling


John Dickerson: Ignorant asshat

The Answer is - no conspiracy
just staggering shallowness

D uring a discussion of California's Proposition 8 being overturned on CBS's Face the Nation on Sunday, fill-in host John Dickerson questioned Family Research Council President Tony Perkins's assertion that the federal judge who made the ruling was openly gay:  'You mention this claim that he's openly homosexual. I'm not sure if that's, in fact, the case.' (Newsbusters)

Saturday Night Live Jeopardy

 Liberal media.  Unchallenged+Uncriticized = Incompetent. It's that simple.  Anybody in this room has broader knowledge,  about almost anything, than any Lib talking head/reporter. No exceptions.  It's that simple. 

The Melting Mountain

Okay, God is pissed
Obama is the last straw

Tom Mann

And here I've been saying 'Soetoro'

The Good News
Government Motors will spend $500 Million
on a new plant to build engines and a new vehicle.

Teh Bad News
The plant is in Mexico

and here I've been saying 'Soetoro'

It's crunchy out there

Camden Closing Library System

The story book president

No birth certificate among passport documents
Conspicuously missing documentation from file stating Obama born in Hawaii
“P assport documents for Stanley Ann Dunham Soetoro recently released by the State Department did not include any birth-certificate documentation for Barack Obama, despite a memorandum in the file claiming he was born in Honolulu.

Boned Jello

Documents released under the FOIA include an attempt by Lolo Soetoro (Barry's step-father) to document Barry's US Citizenship.  The apparent approval document "  signed by "Mr Mix," accepts Lolo's assertion, but without reference to supporting documents.

In contrast, various forms in the Freedom of Information Act release clearly indicate when corroborating documents have been presented. For instance, an examining Immigration and Naturalization Service and State Department official filing a particular report had examined the divorce decree between Barack Obama's mother and his father, Barack Obama Sr., to establish that the parents were legally divorced.

Reporter Jerome Corsi reported last week that "what should have been a clear opportunity to see a birth certificate for Barack Obama Jr. was lost when the State Department destroyed any and all passport documents that may have existed for Dunham prior to 1968. "

 They saved all this minutiae, but destroyed the birth certificate. Of course they did.

Aside:  Don't forget the under-reported story of Tim Adams, the former senior elections clerk for the city and county of Honolulu, saying "There was, and is no Obama birth certificate."

Santa Anna?

Texas GOP set to defy RNC on early primary
 The chairman of the Texas Republican Party will try to jump his state ahead of other less-conservative states in the 2012 presidential-nomination contest, The Washington Times has learned.

"We are more likely to get a Ronald Reagan than a John McCain to head our national ticket if we have a February primary," Texas Republican Party Chairman Steve Munisteri told The Times, thumbing his nose at a just-concluded vote by the 168-member RNC to penalize any state that schedules its presidential nominating contest before April 2012. The four exceptions are Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada.
Michael Steele as Santa Anna

If we want states to thumb noses at over-reaching federal law, this is a good baby step.  And a good one.  Here's a sign of GOP squalor,  however. 
Meanwhile, Republicans desperate to head off a second term for RNC Chairman Michael S. Steele  ...  a highlight of the (recent RNC) meeting was his smothering opponents' hopes of embarrassing him with a no-confidence vote.
Desperate?  Yes. But what's the problem?  I would think Steele's ouster a foregone conclusion.   His allies in the GOP are the braniacs who allowed the New York Times, and democrat cross-voters in the primaries to shackle us with John McCain.  Any resurgence of GOP prospects this fall are entirely due to Tea Partiers, not, no, despite Michael Steele's GOP.