Monday, November 26, 2012

Ann was right, IMO

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I read Ann Coulter’s fractured column from Wednesday only because Mark Levin linked to it. Coulter wants it to be clear that Romney wasn’t the problem, so don’t blame him for the loss. I don’t read her stuff regularly anymore like I used to. I don’t watch her on TV, I don’t listen when she is interviewed on radio. I don’t like frauds, I like people who are honest and forthright, straight-talking and who can connect with me on a “we are all Americans” basis. Someone who sees me eye-to-eye, not one that looks down at me.

As a huge fan of talk radio and an observer of American politics, it has been clear now for about a year that Ann Coulter is not who I thought she was, and I have written extensively about it.

Most of you know that I have had my own problems with Saint Ann (her inexplicable siding with the "birther" hurling Obama apologists, and her love affair with that fat ass RINO  governor from New Jersey (for which she has since expressed mea culpas).  I also like the Tea Party people like Jen Kuznicki, and Mark Levin is aces in my book.  But I too read Ann's  column last week, and I agreed with her. 


First, she gave us this line. "As Trotsky said, in moments of crisis, people with no politics tend to develop the worst possible politics."

Second, I am convinced that Romney was denied the presidency through a massive, in-your-face voting fraud coup; most significantly in the critical toss-up states of Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Florida, off the top of my head. 

I know I'm sounding like the douchbag Al Gore  whiners in 2000, but too bad.  The final verdict after being investigated six-ways to Sunday by the loyal Gore media was that he lost! 

What we know for sure  about 2012 is that untold thousands of ballots were destroyed, changed, and illegally cast by Democrats.  The shenanigans were reported live, in real-time, and the DOJ did nothing to stop it.  In fact, the evidence is that the DOJ was an active participant. 

I don't recognize Obama as the President of the United States; I do recognize that like any third world thug who has seized power, he has the ability to crush me.He's ruthless, and  I fear him.

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So let's get the vote on!

This particular story emanates from MSN, so comments like this one aren't quite so uniquely precious.  But, precious enough.


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fine go ahead you idiots! When the next hurricane comes by and levels Houston or Dallas don't knock on fema's door asking for help. Oh yeah don't ask for help when the drought takes all the water away from you. Pay to repair your own roads and police the border with mexico on your own dime. And don't bother collecting social security. And when Texas has to raise taxes to pay for it's own problems, all those corporations will run away back to the us.

"When the next hurricane comes by and levels Houston or Dallas don't knock on fema's door asking for help." ihitthings makes the case for why we have civil war, secession, or abject surrender as the only options left to us.  This guy has already surrendered,

Hollywood- Our Lord and God Barry Obama

Crucify Him! Crucify Him!

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Oh My

Tom Mann

Along the Chocolate By-Ways

Oh My

Republicans break tax pledge

More congressional Republicans are breaking a long-standing pledge to oppose tax increases before returning to Washington on Monday to avert a looming fiscal crisis with a deal that increasingly appears impossible to reach without changes to the tax code.

The decades-old pledge from the Americans for Tax Reform group has been signed by 238 House members and 41 senators in this Congress and has essentially become inescapable for any Republican seeking statewide or national office over recent election cycles, especially in the Republican-controlled lower chamber.

New York Rep. Peter King and Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday they would break the pledge and accept tax changes to generate more revenue to curb the trillion-dollar federal deficit.

Their statements followed a similar one Thursday by Georgia Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss. [Full]
There you have it.  As it was, the only distinction between Democrats and Republicans were-
  1. not all Republicans are liars (still true)
  2. all Republicans had sworn an oath not to raise taxes. 
In the traditional sense anyway (every piece of legislation they pass will cost us money). While it was a surprise to me when Chambliss reneged on his promise, it was a certainty that Sen. Lindsey Lohan and Rep. Peter King would be the first to say AMEN. We've been punked again.


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Now I get it.  California explains it all to us.

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It all makes sense now.

Gay marriage and marijuana being legalized on the same day.

Leviticus 20:13... "If a man lieth with another man as one lieth with a woman, he shall be stoned"

We've just been interpreting it wrong all of these years!

Ron M