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Monday, November 15th, 2010
5:32 pm
[megadog]
Paws-across-the-water.
http://conservativehome.blogs.com/thetorydiary/2010/11/just-gone-live-conhomeusa.html

I hope that this works out - just so long as it doesn't result in a wacky alliance between the God-botherer social-authoritarian types on each side of the pond.

[I'm a fiscal-conservative social-Libertarian].
Sunday, March 21st, 2010
10:09 pm
[luke_wolf]
Goodbye To Freedom America
And So the Death knell has rung once more,
Once it rang when the fool was elected,
The Pawn, The Empty Suit,
Once it rang as cars companies were taken
Now Government motors
Once it now Rings as the bill to kill the economy passes
When shall it ring it's fourth and probably last time?
When shall this land end?
We cannot hope to escape this fate
A path of destruction now awaits us
Too far are we now gone...

Goodbye to the Freedom of the United States of America....
Friday, January 22nd, 2010
4:30 pm
[x_eleven]
Keith Olberman's "Thoughts" on Citizens United v. FEC

 


Keith Olberman opens his anus and sends a river of BS coursing through the cables to discharge the effluent into our living rooms once again. Here are the vids of his latest rant on Count Down
See Olberman's Latest Mental Bowel MovementCollapse )
Thursday, December 24th, 2009
8:11 pm
[luke_wolf]
Hello
Hello just joined, I'm considered a Limited Government Constitutionalist, though I would prefer a few variations on the constitution that would turn it into a meritocratic republic (Read Heinlein's Starship Troopers and ignore the movie). And as far as health care goes I want the government out completely, No HMOs, No FDA, No AMA, Just say no to government period, Just pure and simple one on one care and payment. Course thats not going to happen anytime soon but I can still say that I've suggested it to people.
Monday, December 21st, 2009
7:45 am
[x_eleven]
How's that Hope Change Workin' Out for Ya?

 


Yet another dissatisfied customer: Under President Obama, the Left feels left out, this time from Politico. Moonbats: welcome to the club.
Read more...Collapse )

Current Mood: hopeful
Friday, December 18th, 2009
9:49 am
[kitsu_keelah]
Greetings and salutations!
Hello! I just joined this comunity, and here I was thinking right wing furries were just an urban legend lol. Anyways I heard a speach last night on the radio, made by Ronald Reagan in '61 I beleive. He was talking about health care reform and it seemed to be 100 times more relevant today. I found it to be truly horrifying and proceeded to hide under the covers. I will do some sluething and try to find it online, wondering if anyone knows the speach I'm talking about

Current Mood: contemplative
Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
11:28 pm
[x_eleven]
Way to go Aussies

 


The Australian version of Cap and Tax has gone down in flames. Just a week ago, it looked to be a done deal. The leader of the Conservative party, Malcolm Turnbull, had announced that his party had worked out a deal, and that his party would support this. Under the Australian Parliamentary system, his party was committed to vote as a block in favour of the Cap and Tax legislation. All that awaited was a Senate vote.
Not Falling for Warmer BSCollapse )

Current Mood: pleased
Thursday, November 26th, 2009
3:52 pm
[trollfag]
A Message...
You're all a bunch of fucking fascist furfags and furdykes. You are the fucking cancer killing American politics. Yiff in hell!
5:49 am
[x_eleven]
Bad News for the Goreacle

 


I have been saying right here all along that "Global Warming" was BS. Well, folks, the data hacked out of Brittan's Climate Research Unit, some 61MB (*.zip archive) worth, covering a thousand or so of e-mails and 72 other documents demonstrate the blatant science fake-ery going on. Once again, it looks like I was right.
Talk About Your Inconvenient TruthsCollapse )

Current Mood: geeky
Saturday, November 21st, 2009
1:54 pm
[x_eleven]
Musings from a Moron

 


I came across this blog over at Town Hall: Conservative Resistance Movement. This blog is run by a retired Marine that calls himself "GunnyG". I know this because he's constantly reminding us of the 21 years he spent in the USMC. It makes a mockery of the USMC, as this guy plays down to the stereotype which has led to Marines' being known as "jarheads".

This looks all too much like a trendy-leftie mole who's trying way too hard, and I probably wouldn't be writing about it, but it does exemplify what is wrong with the movement. There is a certain visceral delight in reading rants like these, just as there is from throwing baseballs at crockery at the county fair. In the end, however, it does nothing constructive.
Gunny, You're Not HelpingCollapse )

Current Mood: thoughtful
Saturday, October 24th, 2009
2:06 am
[x_eleven]
President Obama's Extraordinary Achievement

 


This president's latest accomplishment is truly historical. We haven't seen anything like this in over a half-century.
NSF ObotsCollapse )

Current Mood: amused
Monday, September 21st, 2009
10:04 am
[x_eleven]
Ridiculous, Shallow Article

 


Here is something I found yesterday from the Telegraph (named after an appropriately obsolete piece of information technology) Barack Obama confronts America over the racial divide. This is some of the most vapid BS I've ever seen in print.
And the Beat Goes OnCollapse )
Tuesday, September 8th, 2009
2:27 pm
[x_eleven]
Still Stepping in It

 


Today is the Big Day:

The U.S. Department of Education invites students of all ages, teachers, and administrators to participate in this mostest historicestest moment in all of world history (Never mind that Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush also gave speeches to school kids. And George W. Bush actually visited an elementary school classroom.) by watching the president deliver the address, which will be broadcast live on the White House Web site (http://www.whitehouse.gov/live/) and on C-SPAN at 12:00 p.m., ET.
The Mostest Historical Speech in all of HistoryCollapse )


Current Mood: amused
Wednesday, August 26th, 2009
7:17 am
[6th_tioga]
Town Hall Meeting
So I attended a town hall meeting on the health care reform bill held by my representative Paul Tonko-D, mostly because my mate wanted to go. Some notes:

-The meeting opened up with a few people getting up to the mic. with sob stories. "I/my wife/my husband has horrible disease X, and we can't get health insurance for "insert reason here." This to me was a little bogus. I have no doubt these people are real, I have a lot of sympathy for them, and yes, we need to fix the system to help them, but we all know the system is flawed, and parading them up there was just a bit gratuitous on the Rep's part. Also, I don't care what your opinions are, you don't boo those people!

-The first question was a teenager asking the rep. if they'd commit suicide (samurai-style) if the bill didn't work *eye roll*

-The woman who was mc'ing got really pissed off at people flipping off the rep.

-Finally, this was not about debate. I would like to say first off that I haven't formed a real opinion on the matter yet. I went in the hopes that I would learn more about the bill, but that didn't happen. The people that were opposed to the bill were not interested in debating, only heckling. They refused to give any sort of positive acknowledgment. For instance, when the rep. answered something that they would actually agree with, at most, there would be a quiet murmur, or someone yelling that he was lying. There were actually a couple of questions I wanted to hear the answers to, but could not because of these idiots who were there only to disrupt the proceedings and not to contribute anything at all to the discussion.

I am saddened that the face of opposition to the current health care bill is a belligerent fool who can do nothing more than be a disruption and contributes nothing to finding an actual solution.

What ever happened to "debate" in this country?

Current Mood: sad
Saturday, August 1st, 2009
3:14 pm
[x_eleven]
Made Up Controversy: Distract and Deflect

 


It's the controversy that will not die. It is also a matter which could be cleared up with very little difficulty. All Obama needs to do is authorize the officials in Hawaii to show us the damn birth certificate. So what's the big deal about that? Yet, he has gone to considerable expense (nearly a million dollars) and bother to keep this thing hidden.
Something Doesn't Smell RightCollapse )
Sunday, July 19th, 2009
8:19 am
[skyfirefox]
American Free Credit Report


Courtesy of Red Planet Cartoons and the American Spectator
Wednesday, July 1st, 2009
2:33 pm
[the_bassman]
A Political BassCast for once
BassCast #10: The PRA (People's Republic of America)

It's about time someone grew enough balls to say this!

You can hear it
On my FurAffinity
or
In the Pond

Enjoy your 4th of July weeked, and enjoy what little freedom we Americans still have!

Monday, June 22nd, 2009
11:57 pm
[x_eleven]
United We Serf

 


Today marks the Grand Opening of United We Serf.

This summer, I'm calling on all of you to make volunteerism and community service part of your daily life and the life of this nation. And when I say "all", I mean everyone -- young and old, from every background, all across this country. We need individuals, community organizations, corporations, foundations, and our government to be part of this effort.

The Audacity of AudacityCollapse )
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009
11:28 am
[x_eleven]
Pres. Obama Praises Ronald Reagan

 


I kid you not. If you needed any further proof that that "conservative" icon, Saint Ronald of Reagan was nothing of the kind, then here it is. Why would the former community organizer, friend of extreme leftists, and the senator with the most liberal voting record be doing this? We expect the usual assortment of "conservative" pundits and politicians to be digging up the mouldering carcass to fellate the withered old penis, but for Barack Obama to be getting in line? It's not simply a case of being gracious either.
Neo-con Mutual AdmirationCollapse )

Current Mood: amused
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009
6:33 pm
[x_eleven]
Pravda: Doing the American Media's Job

 


It is indeed a sad commentary on the corporate MsM when you have to turn to Pravda for your news and analysis.
Pravda: Speaking Truth to PowerCollapse )
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