Thursday, October 21, 2010

We Own the this media!


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A new life together


Man Winking at Illegal Alien

Tim W

Hoyer gets punched back byy Lollar

Did Steny Hoyer punch his Republican opponent?
Not one "knuckle punch in the back," but two.

As it turns out,  my Tuesday report on the interchange between Steny Hoyer and his Republican opponent, ex-Marine Maj. Charles Lollar, was pretty much dead-on.  American Thinker has a full report + 2 videos.  It's worth watching the top video just to see Hoyer lying through his removeable teeth; and then Lollar taking the scalpel to him.  Booo-yahhh!


Hates Her Nickname


Megyn Kelly - Not Just a Pretty Face
”Let me explain how it works” Kelly tells Ibrahim Hooper (the communications director of CAIR) at one point during the heated exchange. “I’m the anchor, you’re the guest.”

My vicarious thrill for the day.

Obama and the Democrat Socialist Party

Commie Blaster #12

Shariah Shat

Cafe owner ordered to remove extractor fan;
- smell of frying bacon offends Muslims'

Boned Jello
Gentlemen- Gird your Loins
Marc Miller

Server Location Tool

This Week's Tip:

Did you ever look at a web address like and wonder where they are located? Here is a Firefox plug-in that will allow you (for free, up to 20 times per day) to right-click on a web address, and find out where the web server is located, including country, region, city, latitude, longitude, ZIP code, time zone, connection speed, ISP and domain name.

Download from This will tell you that right now, the ggcs web server is located in Lansing, Michigan (although we are planning to move it to somewhere in California soon!)

Secret of Soros's Servers
Marc Miller

Juan Gone

Juan Williams Fired By NPR
For Agreeing With O'Reilly
“No one I know wants to insult Muslims, but many are tired of the political correctness surrounding the 9/11 attack.” His example: “Did we say, in World War II, ‘We were attacked by “Japanese extremists”? [...] No: we said we were attacked by ‘Japanese.’” Bill O'Reilly on the VIEW

Two VIEW skanks (Behar and Whoopi ) walked off the set after guest Bill O'Reilly said that he would no longer indulge in PC, because it inhibited  truth.  Said Wild Bill, look, Muslums attacked on 9/11!  (Note: I learned about it from MoSup, because I don't watch the View.) Anyway, the View is a inconsequential forum. The only people who watch are liberal loons - like people who run NPR, and people waiting for the inevitable train wreck.

So, that night (Monday) screeching liberal Juan Williams is a guest on O'Reilly.

Williams [to O'Reilly] “Well, actually, I hate to say this to you because I don’t want to get your ego going. But I think you’re right. I think, look, political correctness can lead to some kind of paralysis where you don’t address reality.

“I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot. You know the kind of books I’ve written about the civil rights movement in this country. But when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.”

Yup.  That's it.  Fired by taxpayer enabled NPR for straying off the reservation.  Maybe - finally, public radio, and television, and any of the other myriad advocacy groups will be freed to make it on their own, without any taxpayer funding.

But you have big American penis

Let's pretend

Let's pretend that in 1942 the company making our radar decided to buy the parts from Japan.  Or, in 1968 the company making our missiles started buying guidance systems from Moscow.  That's right.
Mao Mole

This should be instinctive; too bad it isn't

GOP leader hopes to work
with Obama on some issues wtf?

The Senate's top Republican says President Barack Obama and a more-Republican Congress could join to pass laws on trade and spending policy and make changes to the health care overhaul if the administration listens to voters on Election Day. ... "I can't believe he's going to continue to ignore the wishes of the American people if his party has a very bad day Nov. 2," Senate Republican leader  Mitch McConnell said in a telephone interview Wednesday.
Ahem.  Hint:
Gutting Obama Legislation