Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Good Samaratin Award II

A Major Award

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For his quick response and initiative by attacking enemy parking lot  positions, the Major Award prestented to Chris B.

Who's The Leader Of the Cheats - DONKS!


 “The media, I think, wants Kerry to win and I think they’re going to portray Kerry and Edwards I’m talking about the establishment media, not Fox. They’re going to portray Kerry and Edwards as being young and dynamic and optimistic and there’s going to be this glow about them, collective glow, the two of them, that’s going to be worth maybe 15 points.”

Thomas later revised his estimate to five points. So the media’s trying much harder this time around, and Obama and Romney are basically tied. Does that mean that without the media’s help, Obama would be 5 points behind? (Instapundit)

Now this revelation
I mean admission (it's common knowledge that Dem pollsters cheat)—   from the Gore, Edwards, and Kerry campaign pollster.  If this was Bush's pollster, Sixty-Minutes would already be geared up for Sunday's program.

In May, the pollster for Al Gore's presidential bid in 2000 and John Edwards's in 2004 and 2008, Harrison Hickman, took the stand in the federal criminal case against Edwards over alleged campaign finance violations stemming from payments to support Edwards's mistress.

Under oath, Hickman admitted that in the final weeks of Edwards's 2008 bid, Hickman cherry-picked public polls to make the candidate seem viable, promoted surveys that Hickman considered unreliable, and sent e-mails to campaign aides, Edwards supporters and reporters which argued that the former senator was still in the hunt —even though Hickman had already told Edwards privately that he had no real chance of winning the Democratic nomination. [Full]

Now, Jimmy Carter's pollster Pat Caddell almost has a s**t hemorrhage talking about the Democrat media role in suborning elections with ersatz poll numbers. 

He doesn't say it right out, but it's clear Caddell sees these swine as no less a danger to this nation than were Hitler, Tojo, and Stalin. And we went to war with them.

Allen West Campaign Commercial

Is this the best campaign ad ever, or what?

Gov't workers support their employer


Here, as calculated by OpenSecrets.org, are the top five organizations whose employees and employee family members have given the most to President Obama's reelection campaign:

1.    University of California -- $703,781

2.    Microsoft -- $544,445

3.    Google Inc -- $526,009

4.    Harvard University -- $431,860

5.    U.S. Government -- $396,550

Obversely, banks and financial institutions have given the most to Mitt Romney.  Which fact fits perfectly into the Democrat's "Rich Against thee Proletariat" script.  Except.  I'm betting that if these numbers have any effect at all, it will be that Americans understand that the places where they stashed savings and retirement funds  are saying no to the Commie.  That's what I'm thinking. (Full)


 Under oath, Edwards pollster admits polls were 'propaganda'...

POLL: Plurality of Americans believe POLLS biased for Obama...

Empty Chair Meme Web

By Request

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I have no photoshop capability, but if I did, I would extend the empty chair meme with a shot of the President's chair behind the desk in the oval office, with the chair covered with cobwebs. 0bamer is never there---maybe a good thing. I bet his ass has spent more time in the chair on Air Force One than his office one.


An Act of Kindness

An Act of Kindness

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Skyhawker Doug

R.I.P. Norty


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I received the call last night from my sobbing daughter.  Sobbing daughter whom I couldn't readily understand, but which immediately enveloped me in a sense of dread and panic.  You know.  Eventually I understood that she was saying, "Dad, we just put Norton down." 


We just put Morton down.  We were playing with the dogs and Jimmy noticed Norton's gums were all gray.  Norton seemed okay, but he took him to the vet.

After their daughter, Boxers Mabel and Norton are the dearest members of their immediate family,  It seems Norton had ruptured something internally, and it was unrepairable.  Norton was still wagging his tail while Lula-Mae held him, as the vet administered Obamacare.  It was dreadful.  I've been there; You've been there.  Might have have been a cat, a goldfish or a parakeet, but you know.  But it was not Lula-Mae, Jimi, nor the little Princess.  I feel dreadful for them; but I am also so very grateful.

Thank you God. No more calls like that in my lifetime, though.  Please.