Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Michael Steele is a Moron! Illegal Aliens Costing You Big, Do You Give A Shit? Big Brother, Oil Spill Day 77, Joe Biden Please STFU! Pro-Life Democrat WTF, NASA Reaching Out to Muslims…really!? seriously!? Even Whitey Getting Sick of Obama

I hope you folks had a great holiday weekend, mine was not too bad. Was off work for the past several days and I did nothing but relax, hang with the grandchildren and daughters, watch a bunch of standup comedy shows since Comedy Central had this marathon over the weekend and I watched more movies over the past several days than I have in the last few years.
I have not watched a single newscast, political show, listened to any talk radio I don’t know jack about the world except for a couple of local headlines the obligatory murders, shootings, robberies ect.
I must say I feel better than I have in a long, long time without going into any details lets just say I am free of doubts, worries, I have decided to allow God to guide my path and not worry about things too far into the future I will simple concentrate on things short term, look for small victories, think more positive. I wish I could divulge what that magic bullet was that turned things around but lets just say it is a miracle cure that works wonders.

So I first had to catch up on a lot of work stuff and now I have lots of reading to do so bear with me while I immerse myself back into the real world.

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Michael Steele.... damn I really hate this guy...

First folks let me remind y’all that I said that Michael Steele should never have been elected chairman of the RNC. My reasoning was simple because he was a fucking idiot and what is worse every time I see this fool standing in front of a bunch clueless ass so-called right wing whitey types and giving this moronic bastard a standing ovation I often wonder was alcohol being served prior to his arrival behind the podium not to mention why would anyone go see this fool?

I doubt that anyone who comes to this blog unless it is by sheer accident are fans of Mr. Steele, most seemingly intelligent people think like I do an see him for what he is; a fake, a fraud an opportunist, a house nigga taking advantage of the rising tide of acceptable darkies infiltrating whites only right wing political strategy sessions.

Let me be clear I don’t give a fuck what color the head of the RNC is if there was a qualified black man or woman who could do the job without putting their foot in their mouth that would be acceptable. However the important thing is simply winning elections and not allowing idiot fuck Democrats from getting elected so they don’t destroy the country like our current moronic president is so adept at accomplishing.

Here we are just a few months from an important mid term election and this fool is still at the head of the party driving away people and their money and providing Democrats with an array of classic Michael Steele blunders and gaffs to be used in campaign commercials and party literature throughout the country.

If this idiot jackass is still the head of the party come Election Day then the party deserves to be treated with the scorn it deserves.
If you call yourself a Republican (I DON’T BECAUSE OF STUPID FUCKS LIKE STEELE) and you contribute money to the RNC then you have an obligation to write in and encourage the party to get rid of his stupid ass. The alternative is continuing on the path we are now on allowing Democrats to fuck everything up.
In case you white folks did not know this Steele was not a quota hire you can get rid of him, really you can, this brotha won’t say a thing, I promise!

Another view....

A Letter to Michael Steele - Weekly Standard
BY William Kristol

Dear Michael,


You are, I know, a patriot. So I ask you to consider, over this July 4 weekend, doing an act of service for the country you love: Resign as chairman of the Republican party.


Your tenure has of course been marked by gaffes and embarrassments, but I for one have never paid much attention to them, and have never thought they would matter much to the success of the causes and principles we share. But now you have said, about the war in Afghanistan, speaking as RNC chairman at an RNC event, "Keep in mind again, federal candidates, this was a war of Obama's choosing. This was not something that the United States had actively prosecuted or wanted to engage in." And, "if [Obama] is such a student of history, has he not understood that you know that's the one thing you don't do, is engage in a land war in Afghanistan?"


Needless to say, the war in Afghanistan was not "a war of Obama’s choosing." It has been prosecuted by the United States under Presidents Bush and Obama. Republicans have consistently supported the effort. Indeed, as the DNC Communications Director (of all people) has said, your statement "puts [you] at odds with about 100 percent of the Republican Party."


And not on a trivial matter. At a time when Gen. Petraeus has just taken over command, when Republicans in Congress are pushing for a clean war funding resolution, when Republicans around the country are doing their best to rally their fellow citizens behind the mission, your comment is more than an embarrassment. It’s an affront, both to the honor of the Republican party and to the commitment of the soldiers fighting to accomplish the mission they’ve been asked to take on by our elected leaders.


There are, of course, those who think we should pull out of Afghanistan, and they’re certainly entitled to make their case. But one of them shouldn't be the chairman of the Republican party.


Sincerely yours,


William Kristol
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$2 billion For 1600 Jobs: Let The Sunshine In - Flopping Aces - Reader Post

Your money at sort-of work.

Obama awards $2B for solar power, hails new jobs

WASHINGTON – The government is handing out nearly $2 billion for new solar plants that President Barack Obama says will create thousands of jobs and increase the use of renewable energy sources.

Obama announced the initiative in his weekly radio and online address Saturday, saying the money is part of his plan to bring new industries to the U.S.
The thing that immediately leaps to the front of one’s mind- if this is such a great investment, why is the government investing as opposed to private capital investing in it?

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Illegal Immigration Costs U.S. $113 Billion a Year, Study Finds- Fox News

The cost of harboring illegal immigrants in the United States is a staggering $113 billion a year -- an average of $1,117 for every “native-headed” household in America -- according to a study conducted by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).

The study, a copy of which was provided to FoxNews.com, “is the first and most detailed look at the costs of illegal immigration ever done,” says Bob Dane, director of communications at FAIR, a conservative organization that seeks to end almost all immigration to the U.S.

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Feds to file lawsuit over Arizona immigration law - TownHall

The U.S. Justice Department is filing a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Arizona's new law targeting illegal immigrants, setting the stage for a clash between the federal government and state over the nation's toughest immigration crackdown.

The planned lawsuit was confirmed to The Associated Press by a Justice Department official with knowledge of the plans. The official didn't want to be identified before a public announcement planned for later Tuesday by Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano, a former Arizona governor.
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Our Proposed Future: Maywood, California - Moonbattery

What would happen if we do as our moonbat ruling class bids, and out of terror of being called "racist" allow Mexico's underclass to continue colonizing the Southwest? Maywood, California is what would happen.

As mentioned earlier, Maywood is almost completely Hispanic and largely populated by criminal aliens, which will soon be true of much of California, Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico. Several years ago, when this quintessential sanctuary city disbanded the police department's traffic division for expecting "undocumented Americans" to comply with traffic laws, Moonbattery commented,

If illegal aliens continue to find themselves oppressed by running afoul of our laws, Maywood may want to disband the police department altogether.
Now it has done so.

At this point, the only people left on the official payroll are the city manager, city attorney, and elected officials. Much like Mexico, this city of 40,000 people is disintegrating. Exactly what happens next inside City Hall may be difficult to tell:

A sign at the entrance to City Hall read, "…the City Council has requested that from this date forward, no media will be permitted inside city hall…"
An Obamunist would call this "transparency."

This is our country's future if we don't put up serious resistance and now.
ARE YOU PEOPLE PAYING ATTENTION YET ARE ARE YOU JUST READING THIS SHIT BECAUSE YOU ARE BORED!? WTF!

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Breaking: Oil Spill Goes Inland – Tar Balls Hit Lake Pontchartrain - First Things

Pathetic. Cut-& Runner Joe Biden Again Tries to Take Credit for Iraq Success - First Things

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Obama is losing white voters. Could that be because white voters can't vote for Obama because "he looks like me!"
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Endangered Species - Weekly Standard
Do pro-life Democrats have a future?

Three months after his career-defining health care vote, Michigan Democratic representative Bart Stupak still bristles at questions surrounding the deal he cut with President Obama on abortion. “The executive order says public funds cannot be used for abortion,” says Stupak, and those who say otherwise are “dishonest.”

Stupak may not be dishonest, but he’s certainly mistaken about the executive order that secured his vote, and the votes of other self-proclaimed pro-life Democrats, for Obamacare. Doesn’t the executive order simply affirm the Senate bill’s main abortion-funding provision that Ben Nelson signed off on—a provision that Stupak called “unacceptable” back in December? “I didn’t like the Nelson language on December 24, and up through that time,” Stupak replies. “Then there were changes in it, in the final bill. They cleaned it up quite a bit. There were changes made.” In fact, the abortion language passed by the Senate on December 24 is identical to the language signed into law by President Obama on March 23.

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TSA to Block "Controversial Opinion" on the Web - CBS

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is blocking certain websites from the federal agency's computers, including halting access by staffers to any Internet pages that contain a "controversial opinion," according to an internal email obtained by CBS News.

The email was sent to all TSA employees from the Office of Information Technology on Friday afternoon.

I wonder if they would block my site? Hmmmmm

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'Beastly' system marking every purchase you make - WND
Lawsuit challenges state's demand for reporting of online transactions

Want to buy a "long live the tea party" bumper sticker online? Soon, the state government in Colorado could know that you purchased it, what you paid for it, where it was shipped, what billing address you used, and a few other details.

A plan requiring that consumers' online purchases be tracked, compiled into lists and reported annually has been launched in the state, and now a lawsuit is challenging the constitutionality of the Big Brother look into credit-card records.

The Direct Marketing Association's lawsuit is over the state's law that now gives "out-of-state retailers" the option of demanding consumers pay to them the Colorado sales tax or complying with the information compilation and reporting requirements.

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The Distance NASA Travelled Over 48 Years - Weekly Standard

The space program as 'a way to reach out to the Muslim world,' according to the NASA administrator

CHECK THIS OUT....

Krauthammer Bashes Obama's Infantile NASA Muslim Outreach Program

"This is a new height in fatuousness"


via Wizbang
LOL!!
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OH BY THE WAY....

Butchered: Muslim extremists cut off Catholic's hand

Suspected Islamic militants have chopped off a Catholic professor's hand in Kerala for allegedly insulting Islam in an exam question paper.

Professor T.J. Joseph was attacked on July 4 in while returning home from Sunday mass with his mother and sister, a Catholic nun.

Kochi inspector-general of police, B. Sandya, told ucanews.com that an Islamic extremist group is suspected of the crime and have arrested four people and impounded a vehicle.

She said the attackers used the vehicle to block Joseph's car before dragging the professor from his vehicle and chopping off his right hand. The attackers then threw the hand away before fleeing.

Church-managed Newman College in Thodupuzha had suspended Joseph, its Malayalam professor, on March 25 for allegedly preparing a question paper with insulting references to the Prophet Muhammad.

St. Joseph Sister Mary Stella said the assailants attacked her brother with an axe and swords.

"They also attacked our elderly mother," before fleeing, she said.

Her brother had been threatened three times following the question paper row, she added.

Police say officials suspect the Popular Front of India, an extremist group and its political wing the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) for being behind the attack.

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New Laws For Guns, Smoking, Drinking And Texting CBS/AP
New Laws Ban Pythons, Loosen Gun Control, Restrict Smoking And Prohibit Texting While Driving

(AP) July 1 is the effective date in many states for laws passed during this year's legislative sessions. Some of those laws, by topic:

Animals:

- Florida outlaws personal ownership of Burmese pythons and six other species of large nonnative reptiles, and cracks down on horse thieves to target a South Florida black market in horse meat.

Criminal Justice:

- Virginia expands eligibility for the death penalty to include those who kill on-duty auxiliary police officers or fire marshals. Oklahoma requires public schools to include lessons about the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing in their curriculum. A new law in Alabama makes human trafficking a crime. In New Hampshire, prison inmates would be paroled at least nine months before their maximum sentences end so they can be supervised as they move back into their communities. In Kentucky, people who violate domestic violence orders could be required to wear ankle monitors under a law that takes effect July 15. Mississippi is creating a process for first-time, non-violent offenders convicted of certain felonies to expunge their records.

Cyberspace:

- Motorists in Georgia and Kentucky face fines if caught texting while driving, while laws in those states also bar new drivers from using cell phones. New Hampshire adds cyberbullying to its anti-bullying laws by addressing electronic devices, including telephones, cell phones, computers, pagers, e-mail, instant messaging, text messaging and websites. Nevada adds bullying and cyberbullying to a list of banned activities in schools.

Drinking:

- Convicted drunken drivers in four California counties - including car-centric Los Angeles - will have to prove they are sober before they can start their vehicles; the test program requires first-time offenders to install ignition interlock devices. Indiana residents who want to buy alcohol must show proof of age no matter how old they are. A new Wisconsin law aimed at curbing drunken driving increases mandatory jail time for repeat offenders. In North Carolina, meanwhile, liquor distilleries can obtain permits to hold tasting events to promote their products.

Education:

- A West Virginia measure aimed at reducing the state's estimated 17 percent high school dropout rate provides alternative classrooms for disruptive students, special courts for juvenile drug cases, and a special track for career and technical education students who struggle with core courses. Mississippi's school law allows chronically low-performing schools to be restructured into charter or "new start" schools - public schools designed to increase parental involvement. New Mexico hopes to close an achievement gap for Hispanic students with a law establishing a liaison within the Public Education Department to focus on Hispanic students. One Florida law adds more math and science requirements for high school graduation, while another expands a voucher program that lets poor students go to private schools at public expense. In Connecticut, coaches must immediately take athletes out of any interscholastic or intramural game, competition, practice or other athletic activity if they show signs of a concussion.

Guns:

- People with permits to carry concealed weapons can carry guns into restaurants that serve alcohol in Virginia and New Mexico. An Indiana law lets workers keep guns locked in their vehicles while parked on their employers' property.

Health:

- In Minnesota, minors can no longer get tattoos or pierced genitals, regardless of whether they have a parent's permission. Ohio will require insurance plans governed by state law to offer parents the chance to buy coverage for their children up to age 28, going beyond the federal law. Mississippi will now require a doctor's prescription for the decongestant pseudoephedrine, an ingredient in methamphetamine.

Smoking:

- Statewide bans in most public places take effect in Kansas and, on July 5, in Wisconsin. South Carolina raises the excise tax on cigarettes by 50 cents a pack to a total of 57 cents a pack, while New Mexico raises the tax by 75 cents a pack. Florida is outlawing the sale of various types of pipes or "bongs" that can be used to smoke illegal, as well as legal, substances, except at stores that mostly sell tobacco.

Veterans:

- Georgia will allow members of the armed services and veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder to have the diagnosis noted on their driver's license. An Ohio law taking effect Friday requires employers to provide two weeks of unpaid leave to the partners or parents of injured active-duty service members.

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