Michael Reagan and me on the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76)

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Would a "3rd Bush Term" have been this bad?

If George W. Bush had been the first President to need a teleprompter installed to be able to get through a press conference, would you have laughed and said this is more proof of how he inept he is on his own and is really controlled by smarter men behind the scenes?

If George W. Bush had spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to take Laura Bush to a play in NYC, would you have approved?

If George W. Bush had reduced your retirement plan's holdings of GM stock by 90% and given the unions a majority stake in GM, would you have approved?

If George W. Bush had made a joke at the expense of the Special Olympics, would you have approved?

If George W. Bush had given Gordon Brown a set of inexpensive and incorrectly formatted DVDs, when Gordon Brown had given him a thoughtful and historically significant gift, would you have

If George W. Bush had given the Queen of England an iPod containing videos of his speeches, would you have thought this embarrassingly narcissistic and tacky?

If George W. Bush had bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia, would you have approved?

If George W. Bush had visited Austria and made reference to the non-existent "Austrian language," would you have brushed it off as a minor slip?

If George W. Bush had filled his cabinet and circle of advisers with people who cannot seem to keep current in their income taxes, would you have approved?

If George W. Bush had been so Spanish illiterate as to refer to “Cinco de Cuatro" in front of the Mexican ambassador when it was the 5th of May (Cinco de Mayo), and continued to flub it when he tried again, would you have winced in embarrassment?

If George W. Bush had mis-spelled the word "advice" would you have hammered him for it for years like Dan Quayle and potatoe as proof of what a dunce he is?

If George W. Bush had burned 9,000 gallons of jet fuel to go plant a single tree on Earth Day, would you have concluded he's a hypocrite?

If George W. Bush's administration had okayed Air Force One flying low over millions of people followed by a jet fighter in downtown Manhattan causing widespread panic, would you have wondered whether they actually get what happened on 9-11?

If George W. Bush had failed to send relief aid to flood victims throughout the Midwest with more people killed or made homeless than in New Orleans, would you want it made into a major ongoing political issue with claims of racism and incompetence?

If George W. Bush had ordered the firing of the CEO of a major corporation, even though he had no constitutional authority to do so, would you have approved?

If George W Bush had proposed to double the national debt, which had taken more than two centuries to accumulate, in one year, would you have approved?

If George W. Bush had then proposed to double the debt again within 10 years, would you have approved?

So, tell me again, what is it about Obama that makes him so brilliant and impressive?

Can't think of anything? Don't worry. He's done all this in 5 months -- so you'll have three years and seven months to come up with an answer.

Monday, October 19, 2009

And now ... a word from the peanut gallery!

I just spent most of today wishing I was raised to think about me, myself and I first and foremost.

Because then I could pray Obama gets Con and Tax ... (AKA Cap and Trade) passed.

And because I own a ton of stock in the power company I work for, then I would get very rich very quick ... so sad that it will be at the expense of bankrupting the rest of the country and who cares that it won't do a dang thing to stop global warming. As long as it makes me and Al Gore rich.

I mean my nuke plant can make power at about 4 cents a KW/Hour and sale it at 32 cents a kw/hour PLUS sell our carbon credits to coal plants at a tidy profit to further drive up their expenses ... which in turn drives up the price of power .... which pushes up my nuke plants profits even more!!!! .... which makes my stock worth more ... and once the poor peons can't afford the power to heat their homes ...well Obama-Care would be there to treat them for frost-bite as long as the quota for cold weather related injuries hasn't been met.

If only my parents had raise me to be a dim-ol-crap!

Tuesday, March 31, 2009



Mail tea bags or tea tags to:

1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC, 20500

and Go to or set up a TEA PARTY for April 15, 2009

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Dear Mr Obama you are WRONG WRONG WRONG!!!!!!!!!

"There is no disagreement that we need action by our government, a recovery plan that will help to jumpstart the economy."


With all due respect Mr. President, that is not true.
Notwithstanding reports that all economists are now Keynesians and that we all support a big increase in the burden of government, we do not believe that more government spending is a way to improve economic performance. More government spending by Hoover and Roosevelt did not pull the United States economy out of the Great Depression in the 1930s. More government spending did not solve Japan's "lost decade" in the 1990s. As such, it is a triumph of hope over experience to believe that more government spending will help the U.S. today. To improve the economy, policy makers should focus on reforms that remove impediments to work, saving, investment and production. Lower tax rates and a reduction in the burden of government are the best ways of using fiscal policy to boost growth.

Burton Abrams, Univ. of Delaware
Douglas Adie, Ohio University
Ryan Amacher, Univ. of Texas at Arlington
J.J. Arias, Georgia College & State University
Howard Baetjer, Jr., Towson University
Stacie Beck, Univ. of Delaware
Don Bellante, Univ. of South Florida
James Bennett, George Mason University
Bruce Benson, Florida State University
Sanjai Bhagat, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder
Mark Bils, Univ. of Rochester
Alberto Bisin, New York University
Walter Block, Loyola University New Orleans
Cecil Bohanon, Ball State University
Michele Boldrin, Washington University in St. Louis
Donald Booth, Chapman University
Michael Bordo, Rutgers University
Samuel Bostaph, Univ. of Dallas
Scott Bradford, Brigham Young University
Genevieve Briand, Eastern Washington University
George Brower, Moravian College
James Buchanan, Nobel laureate
Richard Burdekin, Claremont McKenna College
Henry Butler, Northwestern University
William Butos, Trinity College
Peter Calcagno, College of Charleston
Bryan Caplan, George Mason University
Art Carden, Rhodes College
James Cardon, Brigham Young University
Dustin Chambers, Salisbury University
Emily Chamlee-Wright, Beloit College
V.V. Chari, Univ. of Minnesota
Barry Chiswick, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago
Lawrence Cima, John Carroll University
J.R. Clark, Univ. of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Gian Luca Clementi, New York University
R. Morris Coats, Nicholls State University
John Cochran, Metropolitan State College
John Cochrane, Univ. of Chicago
John Cogan, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
John Coleman, Duke University
Boyd Collier, Tarleton State University
Robert Collinge, Univ. of Texas at San Antonio
Lee Coppock, Univ. of Virginia
Mario Crucini, Vanderbilt University
Christopher Culp, Univ. of Chicago
Kirby Cundiff, Northeastern State University
Antony Davies, Duquesne University
John Dawson, Appalachian State University
Clarence Deitsch, Ball State University
Arthur Diamond, Jr., Univ. of Nebraska at Omaha
John Dobra, Univ. of Nevada, Reno
James Dorn, Towson University
Christopher Douglas, Univ. of Michigan, Flint
Floyd Duncan, Virginia Military Institute
Francis Egan, Trinity College
John Egger, Towson University
Kenneth Elzinga, Univ. of Virginia
Paul Evans, Ohio State University
Eugene Fama, Univ. of Chicago
W. Ken Farr, Georgia College & State University
Hartmut Fischer, Univ. of San Francisco
Fred Foldvary, Santa Clara University
Murray Frank, Univ. of Minnesota
Peter Frank, Wingate University
Timothy Fuerst, Bowling Green State University
B. Delworth Gardner, Brigham Young University
John Garen, Univ. of Kentucky
Rick Geddes, Cornell University
Aaron Gellman, Northwestern University
William Gerdes, Clarke College
Michael Gibbs, Univ. of Chicago
Stephan Gohmann, Univ. of Louisville
Rodolfo Gonzalez, San Jose State University
Richard Gordon, Penn State University
Peter Gordon, Univ. of Southern California
Ernie Goss, Creighton University
Paul Gregory, Univ. of Houston
Earl Grinols, Baylor University
Daniel Gropper, Auburn University
R.W. Hafer, Southern Illinois
University, Edwardsville
Arthur Hall, Univ. of Kansas
Steve Hanke, Johns Hopkins
Stephen Happel, Arizona State University
Frank Hefner, College of Charleston
Ronald Heiner, George Mason University
David Henderson, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Robert Herren, North Dakota State University
Gailen Hite, Columbia University
Steven Horwitz, St. Lawrence University
John Howe, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia
Jeffrey Hummel, San Jose State University
Bruce Hutchinson, Univ. of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Brian Jacobsen, Wisconsin Lutheran College
Jason Johnston, Univ. of Pennsylvania
Boyan Jovanovic, New York University
Jonathan Karpoff, Univ. of Washington
Barry Keating, Univ. of Notre Dame
Naveen Khanna, Michigan State University
Nicholas Kiefer, Cornell University
Daniel Klein, George Mason University
Paul Koch, Univ. of Kansas
Narayana Kocherlakota, Univ. of Minnesota
Marek Kolar, Delta College
Roger Koppl, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Kishore Kulkarni, Metropolitan State College of Denver
Deepak Lal, UCLA
George Langelett, South Dakota State University
James Larriviere, Spring Hill College
Robert Lawson, Auburn University
John Levendis, Loyola University New Orleans
David Levine, Washington University in St. Louis
Peter Lewin, Univ. of Texas at Dallas
Dean Lillard, Cornell University
Zheng Liu, Emory University
Alan Lockard, Binghampton University
Edward Lopez, San Jose State University
John Lunn, Hope College
Glenn MacDonald, Washington University in St. Louis
Michael Marlow, California Polytechnic State University
Deryl Martin, Tennessee Tech University
Dale Matcheck, Northwood University
Deirdre McCloskey, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago
John McDermott, Univ. of South Carolina
Joseph McGarrity, Univ. of Central Arkansas
Roger Meiners, Univ. of Texas at Arlington
Allan Meltzer, Carnegie Mellon University
John Merrifield, Univ. of Texas at San Antonio
James Miller III, George Mason University
Jeffrey Miron, Harvard University
Thomas Moeller, Texas Christian University
John Moorhouse, Wake Forest University
Andrea Moro, Vanderbilt University
Andrew Morriss, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michael Munger, Duke University
Kevin Murphy, Univ. of Southern California
Richard Muth, Emory University
Charles Nelson, Univ. of Washington
Seth Norton, Wheaton College
Lee Ohanian, Univ. of California, Los Angeles
Lydia Ortega, San Jose State University
Evan Osborne, Wright State University
Randall Parker, East Carolina University
Donald Parsons, George Washington University
Sam Peltzman, Univ. of Chicago
Mark Perry, Univ. of Michigan, Flint
Christopher Phelan, Univ. of Minnesota
Gordon Phillips, Univ. of Maryland
Michael Pippenger, Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks
Tomasz Piskorski, Columbia University
Brennan Platt, Brigham Young University
Joseph Pomykala, Towson University
William Poole, Univ. of Delaware
Barry Poulson, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder
Benjamin Powell, Suffolk University
Edward Prescott, Nobel laureate
Gary Quinlivan, Saint Vincent College
Reza Ramazani, Saint Michael's College
Adriano Rampini, Duke University
Eric Rasmusen, Indiana University
Mario Rizzo, New York University
Richard Roll, Univ. of California, Los Angeles
Robert Rossana, Wayne State University
James Roumasset, Univ. of Hawaii at Manoa
John Rowe, Univ. of South Florida
Charles Rowley, George Mason University
Juan Rubio-Ramirez, Duke University
Roy Ruffin, Univ. of Houston
Kevin Salyer, Univ. of California, Davis
Pavel Savor, Univ. of Pennsylvania
Ronald Schmidt, Univ. of Rochester
Carlos Seiglie, Rutgers University
William Shughart II, Univ. of Mississippi
Charles Skipton, Univ. of Tampa
James Smith, Western Carolina University
Vernon Smith, Nobel laureate
Lawrence Southwick, Jr., Univ. at Buffalo
Dean Stansel, Florida Gulf Coast University
Houston Stokes, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago
Brian Strow, Western Kentucky University
Shirley Svorny, California State
University, Northridge
John Tatom, Indiana State University
Wade Thomas, State University of New York at Oneonta
Henry Thompson, Auburn University
Alex Tokarev, The King's College
Edward Tower, Duke University
Leo Troy, Rutgers University
David Tuerck, Suffolk University
Charlotte Twight, Boise State University
Kamal Upadhyaya, Univ. of New Haven
Charles Upton, Kent State University
T. Norman Van Cott, Ball State University
Richard Vedder, Ohio University
Richard Wagner, George Mason University
Douglas M. Walker, College of Charleston
Douglas O. Walker, Regent University
Christopher Westley, Jacksonville State University
Lawrence White, Univ. of Missouri at St. Louis
Walter Williams, George Mason University
Doug Wills, Univ. of Washington Tacoma
Dennis Wilson, Western Kentucky University
Gary Wolfram, Hillsdale College
Huizhong Zhou, Western Michigan University

UPDATE: Additional economists who have signed the statement

Lee Adkins, Oklahoma State University
William Albrecht, Univ. of Iowa
Donald Alexander, Western Michigan University
Geoffrey Andron, Austin Community College
Nathan Ashby, Univ. of Texas at El Paso
George Averitt, Purdue North Central University
Charles Baird, California State University, East Bay
Timothy Bastian, Creighton University
John Bethune, Barton College
Robert Bise, Orange Coast College
Karl Borden, University of Nebraska
Donald Boudreaux, George Mason University
Ivan Brick, Rutgers University
Phil Bryson, Brigham Young University
Richard Burkhauser, Cornell University
Edwin Burton, Univ. of Virginia
Jim Butkiewicz, Univ. of Delaware
Richard Cebula, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Don Chance, Louisiana State University
Robert Chatfield, Univ. of Nevada, Las Vegas
Lloyd Cohen, George Mason University
Peter Colwell, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michael Connolly, Univ. of Miami
Jim Couch, Univ. of North Alabama
Eleanor Craig, Univ. of Delaware
Michael Daniels, Columbus State University
A. Edward Day, Univ. of Texas at Dallas
Stephen Dempsey, Univ. of Vermont
Allan DeSerpa, Arizona State University
William Dewald, Ohio State University
Jeff Dorfman, Univ. of Georgia
Lanny Ebenstein, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
Michael Erickson, The College of Idaho
Jack Estill, San Jose State University
Dorla Evans, Univ. of Alabama in Huntsville
Frank Falero, California State University, Bakersfield
Daniel Feenberg, National Bureau of Economic Research
Eric Fisher, California Polytechnic State University
Arthur Fleisher, Metropolitan State College of Denver
William Ford, Middle Tennessee State University
Ralph Frasca, Univ. of Dayton
Joseph Giacalone, St. John's University
Adam Gifford, California State Unviersity, Northridge
Otis Gilley, Louisiana Tech University
J. Edward Graham, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Richard Grant, Lipscomb University
Gauri-Shankar Guha, Arkansas State University
Darren Gulla, Univ. of Kentucky
Dennis Halcoussis, California State University, Northridge
Richard Hart, Miami University
James Hartley, Mount Holyoke College
Thomas Hazlett, George Mason University
Scott Hein, Texas Tech University
Bradley Hobbs, Florida Gulf Coast University
John Hoehn, Michigan State University
Daniel Houser, George Mason University
Thomas Howard, University of Denver
Chris Hughen, Univ. of Denver
Marcus Ingram, Univ. of Tampa
Joseph Jadlow, Oklahoma State University
Sherry Jarrell, Wake Forest University
Carrie Kerekes, Florida Gulf Coast University
Robert Krol, California State University, Northridge
James Kurre, Penn State Erie
Tom Lehman, Indiana Wesleyan University
W. Cris Lewis, Utah State University
Stan Liebowitz, Univ. of Texas at Dallas
Anthony Losasso, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago
John Lott, Jr., Univ. of Maryland
Keith Malone, Univ. of North Alabama
Henry Manne, George Mason University
Richard Marcus, Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Timothy Mathews, Kennesaw State University
John Matsusaka, Univ. of Southern California
Thomas Mayor, Univ. of Houston
W. Douglas McMillin, Louisiana State University
Mario Miranda, The Ohio State University
Ed Miseta, Penn State Erie
James Moncur, Univ. of Hawaii at Manoa
Charles Moss, Univ. of Florida
Tim Muris, George Mason University
John Murray, Univ. of Toledo
David Mustard, Univ. of Georgia
Steven Myers, Univ. of Akron
Dhananjay Nanda, University of Miami
Stephen Parente, Univ. of Minnesota
Allen Parkman, Univ. of New Mexico
Douglas Patterson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and University
Timothy Perri, Appalachian State University
Mark Pingle, Univ. of Nevada, Reno
Ivan Pongracic, Hillsdale College
Richard Rawlins, Missouri Southern State University
Thomas Rhee, California State University, Long Beach
Christine Ries, Georgia Institute of Technology
Nancy Roberts, Arizona State University
Larry Ross, Univ. of Alaska Anchorage
Timothy Roth, Univ. of Texas at El Paso
Atulya Sarin, Santa Clara University
Thomas Saving, Texas A&M University
Eric Schansberg, Indiana University Southeast
John Seater, North Carolina University
Alan Shapiro, Univ. of Southern California
Frank Spreng, McKendree University
Judith Staley Brenneke, John Carroll University
John E. Stapleford, Eastern University
Courtenay Stone, Ball State University
Avanidhar Subrahmanyam, UCLA
Scott Sumner, Bentley University
Clifford Thies, Shenandoah University
William Trumbull, West Virginia University
Gustavo Ventura, Univ. of Iowa
Marc Weidenmier, Claremont McKenna College
Robert Whaples, Wake Forest University
Gene Wunder, Washburn University
John Zdanowicz, Florida International University
Jerry Zimmerman, Univ. of Rochester
Joseph Zoric, Franciscan University of Steubenville

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Obama's 1st pick for the high court?

Can you just wait to see who Azz Clown Boy ... err ... I mean Obama puts in for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with that dried up old liberal cunt finally crocks from cancer.

(Now, why don't you ask me how I really feel about her?) And no it has nothing to do with her being a woman or jewish or asleep at the bench (aka "snorer in the court") and has everything to do with her being the ring leader of the "liberal wing" in the current high court and having a Segal-Cover score of 0.680 placing her as the most liberal of the current justices.

Hey Ruth hurry up and die and take that old Drunk Ted Kennedy with you you dried up cancer ridden hag!

"You have to have a Carter to get a Reagan."

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Obama's first official pardon

The people that run this abortion clinic might well be the recipients of Obama's first official pardon.

See http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,488644,00.html

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Obama's Stimulus Bill is a War on Prayer

The provision bans money designated for school renovation from being spent on facilities that allow "religious worship." It has ignited a fury among critics who say it violates the First Amendment and is an attempt to prevent religious practice in schools.

According to the bill, which the Democratic-controlled House passed despite unanimous Republican opposition, funds are prohibited from being used for the "modernization, renovation, or repair" of facilities that allow "sectarian instruction, religious worship or a school or department of divinity."

Critics say that could include public schools that permit religious groups to meet on campus. The House provided $20 billion for the infrastructure improvements, of which $6 billion would go to higher education facilities where the limitations would be applied.

"What the government is doing is discriminating against religious viewpoints," said Matthew Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, a Washington-based nonprofit organization that works to advance religious freedom.

"President Obama's version of faith-based initiatives is to remove the faith from initiative," said Staver, who points out Obama has "a completely different view on faith" from what he said during his presidential campaign.

"He is not the infallible messiah that some thought he would be," Straver said.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Obama's Hope has been Daschled

Tom Daschle withdrew his nomination for health and human services secretary Tuesday, after fielding mounting criticism over his failure to pay more than $130,000 in taxes.

(Obama's Hope for an easy go at Socialized health care has been Daschled at least for now ...)

Daschle is not the only high-profile nominee to withdraw their name:

Former Gov Bill "Pay to Play" Richardson withdrew his nomination for commerce secretary amid an ethics investigation in New Mexico.

Obama's pick to be the White House's first performance officer, Nancy Killefer, also withdrew her nomination on Tuesday because of her own tax liabilities, namely a $946 tax lien imposed by the D.C. government for failure to pay $298 in unemployment compensation tax on household help.

(LOL ... I guess Daschle wasn't the only Dim not to get Biden's memo that paying taxes is "Patriotic.")

(Why is it that the only two Obama appointees that have had no controversies in their nomination hearings are the only two republicans he has appointed?)

"You have to have a Carter to get a Reagan."

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Obama wants to hobble the Defense Department

Who didn't see this coming?


We are fighting a war on two fronts that Obama wants to lose. So why not cut the Military Budget?

Obama arrested on drug charges

Well not the President ... but his half-brother, George Obama was arrested for alleged possession of marijuana on Saturday near his home in a Nairobi shantytown, police said.

According to the local police cheif, George Obama, who is in his 20s and barely knows the president, had one marijuana joint on him.

The youngest of our President's brothers, lives in a shack and earns a dollar a day. "I'm proud of how I live," he told The Associated Press in an interview over the summer. "(The media) are tarnishing the family name."

In President Obama's book "Dreams From My Father," he describes George Obama as "a handsome, roundheaded boy with a wary gaze." I wonder why he didn't invite him to the takeover party?

So anyway, two thoughts come to mind:

First, when BHO's faulty policies lead us head long into the Greater Depression, are all the Dims here in America going to be "proud" to live in a shack and to make a dollar a day? (With the Dims destroying the economy and the mortage industry that just may come try.)

And Second, is George Obama going to start selling his favorite end use product the same way Jimmy Carter's Brother, Billy did with Billy Beer? (I can it now: George Ganja. And George's first add would read something like: "Grown expressly for and with the personal approval of one of world's all-time great pot-smokers - George Obama." And "I had this doobie rolled just for me. I think it's the best I've ever tasted. And I've tasted a lot. I think you'll like it, too." George Obama.) *

*Yes a few words were changed from the Billy Beer slogan's to make the George Ganja ad.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Well that didn't take long, Mr Obama

On Saturday morning, the list of subpoenas served by the U.S. Attorney's office in the Governor Rod Blagojevich case was made public. The list included one major surprise for the new administration.

A veritable "who's who" of Obama staffers, surrogates and affiliates were among those served with subpoenas. Put simply, within one week of President Barack Obama's administration taking office, it is already under significant legal scrutiny that will -- at a minimum -- take precious time away from dealing with the country's monumental economic and foreign policy challenges.

And, once again, the mainstream media is AWOL, unwilling to report on this very newsworthy story.

Among those served with subpoenas were:

David Axelrod, Obama's "Karl Rove" and the biggest surprise on the list. Obama's team issued a report in December that said his staff had no "inappropriate contact" with Blago, so the inclusion of Axelrod is a bit of a shock.

Valerie Jarrett, Blago's "Senate Candidate 1", a real estate management executive and political hack of the first order. Her ties to failed and fraudulent real estate deals in Chicago were the subject of numerous investigations and should have instantly disqualified her for any public office.

Rahm Emanuel was already deeply involved in the case with some reports describing as many as 21 conversations with Blago's office during the period in question.

Tony Rezko, Obama's first advocate, fundraiser and adviser, was convicted last year on numerous charges related to kickbacks, and is now awaiting sentencing. Rezko is "cooperating with authorities, FBI Agent Daniel Cain said in an affidavit."

Others served include:

• Patricia Blagojevich, first lady
• River Realty, her former employer
• Friends of Blagojevich, the governor's campaign committee
• Citizens for Blagojevich, his former committee
• Robert Blagojevich, the governor's brother and campaign chairman
• Christopher Kelly, former adviser and fundraiser for governor
• Alonzo Monk, former Blagojevich chief of staff, now a lobbyist
• Milan Petrovic, lobbyist and campaign fundraiser
• John Wyma, former Blagojevich adviser, now a lobbyist
• Paul Rosenfeld, lobbyist
• J.B. Pritzker, wealthy Chicagoan whom Blagojevich might have considered to replace Obama in U.S. Senate
• Gery Chico, former Chicago school board president and one-time U.S. Senate candidate
• Doug Scofield, former Blagojevich adviser, now a consultant
• Scofield Communications
• Service Employees International Union
• Tom Balanoff, SEIU Illinois president
• Change to Win, an SEIU-affiliated activist group
• Sam Zell, owner of the Chicago Tribune
• Nils Larsen, an adviser to Zell
• The Chicago Tribune
• The Tribune Co., the newspaper's parent company
• Michael Vondra, owner of asphalt and construction companies
• Gerald Krozel, vice president of a concrete company
• John Johnston, president of Balmoral Park racetrack
• Fred Yang, Washington, D.C.-based Blagojevich consultant
• Garin Hart Yang Research Group, Yang's firm
• William Knapp, Washington, D.C.-based Blagojevich consultant
• Squire, Knapp & Dunn, Knapp's firm
• Doug Sosnick, political consultant

Blago's "Senate Candidate 3", Jan Schakowsky, was not served with a subpoena, but will have some questions of her own to answer in the days to come.

Let's recap, shall we? In the first week, Obama has not cut taxes -- the only proven way to revive the economy -- despite promising to do so for "95% of working Americans" (which was almost certainly a lie, but let's wait and see); signed an order to close Gitmo, certain to make America less safe; and promoted abortion on a global scale.

Oh, and most of his senior staff was served with subpoenas.

I can hardly wait for week two.

Update: Thomas Lifson offers the critical thought experiment: imagine if Rove, and not Axelrod, had been the subject.

Hat tips: Don Surber (for the title as well as the story) and Larwyn. Linked by: Thomas Lifson at the invaluable American Thinker, The Anchoress, SondraK, The Real Barack Obama, DequalsS, Bill Baar's West Side and The Astute Bloggers. Thanks!
Labels: Crime, Democrats, MSM, Obama

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Obama's War Crimes

KABUL, Afghanistan — President Hamid Karzai condemned a U.S. operation that killed 16 Afghan civilians, while hundreds of villagers denounced the American military during an angry demonstration Sunday. Karzai said the killing of innocent Afghans during U.S. military operations "is strengthening the terrorists." (So when are the Dims going to start talking about Obama's war crimes trial?)

And what about the Civilians Obama ordered killed via unmanned spay planes in Pakistan?

Please note I as a member of the Armed forces I support my president just not his policies. (Yeah, I know that sounds as retarded as the Libtards saying they support the troops not the war.)

Saturday, January 24, 2009

It takes a Carter to get a Reagan.

Jimmy Carter was hands down the worst president of the past 50 years, if not of all time. Obama will take that title away from Carter. Maybe it would be good for the country to see how much damage the Democrat/Socialist party can do. That’s how Reagan and the Republicans came roaring back to power in a landslide. Even die hard Democraps couldn’t take another term of Jimmy Carter’s mediocrity.

And thus 1.20.13 will be the end of socialism in America.

But to be honest, it isn't fair to compare Obama to Moa, Lenin, Marx or Carter ... because they all had experience before coming into power

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Obama to Honor Islam Martyr

On the eve of 1348th anniversary of the assassination of Ali ibn Abu Talib, kalief of Islam, Obama plans to issue at least three executive orders and one presidential directive designed to hobble the CIA and undermine national security.

Ali ibn Abu Talib was the cousin and son-in-law of the Muhammad. (For those Obama fans out there: Yes, Muhammad was a cousin fucker and a child molestor.)

Talib was kalief of Islam from 665 until Ibn Muljam (did the world a favor and) assassinated him with a single strike of his poison-coated sword.

Talib his loved by Muslims because of all the "savage unbelievers he had dispatched to Hell with a single blow, of how many villains' villainy he had rid the world." That is why Obama has chosen to honor Talib's Martyrdom.

In Talib's honor, Obama plans to limit the CIA role in protecting the USA, close Gitmo, stop the military from trying "illegal combatants" (AKA terrorist) and give all Jihadists captured on the battlefield the same rights as any US citizen.

Obamas' New Dog?

Former French President Jacques Chirac was rushed to a hospital after being mauled by his pet dog who is being treated for depression, in a dramatic incident that rattled his wife Bernadette.
The couple's white Maltese Poodle, called Sumo, has a history frenzied fits and became increasingly prone to making "vicious, unprovoked attacks" despite receiving treatment with anti-depressants, said Chirac's wife Bernadette.

"If you only knew! I had a dramatic day yesterday," she told VSD magazine. "Sumo bit my husband!"

Mrs. Chirac, 74, did not reveal where the former president was bitten, but said, "the dog went for him for no apparent reason."

"We were aware the animal was unpredictable and is being treated with pills for depression. My husband was bitten quite badly but he is certain to make a full recovery in weeks."

Chirac was taken to a hospital in Paris where he was treated as an outpatient and later sent home.

The 76-year-old was president of France for 12 years until 2007.

With Hope Obama can Change the dog to be a loving and warm family dog.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

And now for some good news:

Um Caroline (Arm Fat)"Kennedy" Schlossberg um says she is ... you know ... dropping out um of her ...you know ... bid to win ...you know ... the um appointment to ... you know ... the um U.S. Senate seat ... you know ... once held um by her ... you know ... slain um uncle, ... you know ... Bobby Kennedy.

In a ... you know ... statement um released ... you know ... a short um time ago ... you know ... she um says um she um has told ... you know ... New um York Gov. David um Paterson that um she ... you know ... is leaving for ... you know ... personal um reasons.

(I personally believe the reports that she dropped out because she heard Paterson rightly decided not to choose her. You know!)

For you Obama fans: Caroline "Kennedy" Schlossberg announced her bid to fill Billary Clinton's Senate seat and jumped to the top of New York statewide polls in early December. However, her public support waned following a brief upstate New York tour and a few press interviews. (Unlike Senators Clinton or Obama) she was criticized for being reluctant to answer questions, and her lack of knowledge of New York and its issues. She was also mocked nationwide (and on this blog) for her frequent use of "you know" and "um" in interviews.

See: http://mmn1rickusn.blogspot.com/2009/01/obama-is-carolines-speach-coach.html

Hey all you people living outside the USA: Obama wants you to kill your baby

President Obama (why does saying those two words leave a bad taste in my mouth) will issue an executive order on Thursday reversing the Bush administration policy that bans the use of federal dollars by non-govermental organizations that discuss or provide abortions outside of the United States. (For those Obama fans out there: My hero Ronald Reagan was the 1st President to adopt the policy known as the "Mexico City policy". So, it wasn't Bush's "idea" but it was a good idea and a virtuiluse notion.)

Obama will sign the executive order on the 36th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling that legalized murdering unborn babies in all 50 states.

The policy, known in governmental circles as the "Mexico City policy," requires any non-governmental organization to agree before receiving U.S. funds that they will "neither perform nor actively promote abortion as a method of family planning in other nations."

The language was announced at the United Nations International Conference on Population in 1984, and was approved by President Reagan and originally drafted by his assistant secretary of state, Alan Keyes. (For those Mindless Obama followers out there Keyes ran unsuccessfully as the GOP nominee against Obama for the U.S. Senate in 2004.)

SPECIAL THANK YOU to Sens. David Vitter and Jim DeMint

On this, my 100th post, I would like to send out a special thank you to Sen. David Vitter, R-La., and Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., for voting against Bilary's confirmation as Sec State.

Sen. DeMint, PLEASE continue to voice concerns about foreign donations to Bill Clinton's foundation. And thank you for expressing your concerns about the Clintons' pro-abortion beliefs and please act as a watch dog over their (the Clintons') plans of foreign assistance dollars to fund abortion.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

The Hightlight of Obama Inauguration

Sens. Ted Kennedy and Robert Byrd both were removed by emergency medical personnel during President Obama's celebratory inaugural luncheon on Tuesday.

(As a refreasher For you people that voted for Obama: Last summer, the Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Ted Kennedy was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor.)

Byrd who is 91 years old, (looks like a penis without a hard on) and in failing health, collapsed during the lunch. News on his condition is still unknown. Roll Call reported that he was the first senator wheeled out of Statuary Hall and was still conscious with a medical team following him as (well a an undertaker).

2 down 55 to go. (For you Obama Supporters I am talking about the 57 Democrat Senators not the 57 States Obama thinks we have in the US.)

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Obama the Socialist

WASHINGTON — Carol Browner, President-elect Barack Obama's choice to be his climate czarina, served until last summer as a member of a socialist organization whose mission is to enact progressive government policies, including toward environmental concerns like climate change.

Browner's name and biography have been scrubbed from the Web site of Socialist International, the umbrella group for 170 "social democratic, socialist and labor parties" in 55 countries. But a photo of Browner speaking in Greece to the group's Congress on June 30 remained in the site's archives.

Browner, formerly the longest serving administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, having served under President Bill Clinton, worked on Socialist International's Commission for a Sustainable World Society, which argues that the global community must work collectively to address environmental policies.

"Change we can believe in?" the fox will now be guarding the hen house

President-elect Barack Obama's nominee for Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner, failed to pay Social Security and Medicare taxes for himself for four years and employed a housekeeper whose immigration documentation lapsed while in his employ.

(I'm all about paying less taxes but cheating on your taxes is a different story.)

Friday, January 9, 2009

Obama is Caroline's speach coach?

Caroline um Kennedy, you know, might need, you know, a speech coach, um, if she, you know, wants, um, to be a, you know, senator.

In a 30-minute session with The News on Saturday, Kennedy punctuated her answers with "you know" more than 200 times. "Um" was fairly constant, too.

Transcripts of her interviews with other media outlets showed the same problem. She said "you know" at least 130 times to The New York Times and more than 80 times on New York 1.

My 2 questions are:

Why does everyone keep calling her Kennedy when her last name is Schlossberg?

And do Obama and Caroline use the same speach coach?

I Guess it's color of your skin or family trees and not words that matter.

The Mustang Ranch and the $850+ billion bail-out.

Back in 1999, the Government seized the Mustang Ranch brothel in Nevada for tax evasion, fraud, racketeering and conspiracy and, as required by law, tried to run it.

Within 3 years They failed and it closed in 2002. Now, we are trusting the economy of our country and 850+ billion dollars to a pack of nit-wits who couldn't make money running a whore house and selling booze.

Now if that don't make you nervous, what does???

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Pay for Play it's the Democrat Party way

Obama's Change = corruption is now being institutionalized?????

First we had Blago running around looking for all of these small fry donations from the likes of Jesse Jackson Jr. The Bum should have just put it up for bid on ebay ... or for sale on Craig's List.

Richardson's withdrawal is being call the first disruption (of many) of Obama's Cabinet process and the second (of many to come) "pay-to-play" investigation that has touched Obama's transition to the presidency (so far). The president-elect has (so far) remained above the fray in both the case of arrested Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and with the grand jury is looking into possible "pay-to-play" dealings between CDR Financial Products and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson. President-elect Barack Obama's commerce secretary on announced that he was withdrawing his nomination amid a grand jury investigation into how some of his political donors won a lucrative state contract (reminds me of how the Clintons do things).

(Speaking of the Clintons.)

The Clinton team has finally released some of the donors and the amounts for the Clinton Library, cigar bar and Massage Parlor, and there over 205,000 donors on their website. The Clintons have ended ten years of resistance to identifying the sources of its money. Saudi Arabia is among the biggest donors to the Clinton Foundation. Blago has been called a piker for peddling influence. The Clinton's make him and Richardson look like a couple of street corner panhandling bums. The Clinton's have obviously been looking to peddle influence, they have gotten tens of millions of dollars from international players. And the the Messiah has named Billary Secretary of State so that the back scratching can continue. Whey else would She be so willing to take a pay cut from Senator to secretary of state????

She's going to go over to sec state, and she's going to be able to continue to scratch the backs of people who have donated to the Clintons' Foundation.

One would have hoped that the Clinton quid pro quo market would have fell apart when Obama won. But by the fool putting Hillary back in as secretary of state the Clintons are once again a good good stock option.

And I can see little ol' Blago in Illinois scratching his head saying, "How the frick did this happen to me? I'm a small fry compared to these guys. The Clintons are are loved and celebrated by the left who thinks they're the greatest politicians come down the pike. Everybody thinks I'm a thief?!"

The Clintons will make tens of millions of dollars from their foundation personally during Hillary's tenure as secretary of state. The money machine just got greased up again.

Speaking of greased up money machines. Caroline (Kennedy) Schlossberg will shore up the financial picture of her family. There's a lot of Kennedys dipping into the Kennedy fortune these days, a lot of Kennedys that don't work. So you need to do something here to make the Kennedys again something to invest in. Blago, if he would just get out of the way in Illinois, the crooks can get back to doing business the way they're used to doing it, and Biden will get his son in as his replacement as a Senator in Delaware, and the beat goes on. So it's politics as usual, it's members of the political class, the Washingtonians getting rich trading on their public service. Most of the people doing this are big-time liberal Democrats. Nobody smells anything odd about it, nobody says a peep about it except when Blago comes along and clumsily exposes how the whole Democrat party operates.

We now know, and we've known for a long time, why they want to get rid of Blago. Blago is an embarrassment. Democrats don't turn on Democrats unless they threaten to expose the whole game, and Blago, in his ineptitude here, you know, $600 grand, $500 grand, sell a Senate seat, working with Jesse Jackson, this is embarrassing, this is chump change to what the Clintons and the Kennedys have going on, and Blago has to go. So as soon as he gets out of the way, as soon as they figure out a way, whatever his price is, they're going to have to meet it 'cause he's in it for that, and then we can get back to the normal culture of corruption that goes on beneath the surface that nobody sees and everybody apparently seems to love because it's Democrats who care about people, who are engaging in it.

One thing, this isn't hope and or change. What this is is bolstering a culture of corruption and an insiders game that has nothing to do with putting the taxpayers of our country first.

Well, that just about sums it up!