Government & Constitution

Verrilli not administration’s worst lawyer, after all

The reason tea partiers carried signs saying “Read the Constitution!” was that we were hoping people would read the Constitution.

Alas, we still have Rick Santorum saying ObamaCare is the same as what he calls “Romneycare”; the otherwise brilliant Mickey Kaus sniffing that if states can mandate insurance purchases, then we’re “not talking about some basic individual liberty to not purchase stuff” (no, just the nation’s founding document, which protects “basic individual liberties” by putting constraints on Congress); and the former law professor, Barack Obama, alleging that a “good example” of judicial activism would be the Supreme Court (in his words, “a group of people”) overturning “a duly constituted and passed law.”

I don’t know how a court could overturn a law that hasn’t been “passed.” Otherwise, it wouldn’t be a law, it would be a bill. If it hasn’t even been “constituted,” it wouldn’t be anything at all.

Of course the courts can overturn laws — constituted and passed alike! If anything, the Supreme Court isn’t striking down enough laws.

Suppose Congress passed a law (after constituting it) prohibiting the publication of books about Hillary Clinton. That would be a violation of the First Amendment and the courts should strike it down. Failing to strike down such a law would be judicial activism.

That’s the judiciary’s job, which has been pretty well established since the 1803 case, Marbury v. Madison, heretofore the second most sacred opinion in the liberal canon. (Roe v. Wade is the first most sacred.)

Marbury captured the imagination of liberals only relatively recently when they realized that, simply as a procedural matter, the courts have the last word.

The judicial branch isn’t above the other two branches — much less the states or the people. It is (one of my favorite words) “co-equal” to the other branches. Indeed, the judiciary was laughably described by Alexander Hamilton in The Federalist Papers as the “least dangerous” branch.

Anticipating nearly every form of government corruption, our framers specifically designed the Constitution to prevent tyranny. But they never imagined the perfidy of 20th-century liberals. (Probably because the framers didn’t have NBC.) 

What liberals figured out — and were mendacious enough to exploit — is that there is no obvious recourse for the other branches if the Supreme Court issues an insane ruling. So, beginning in the 1960s, liberals on the court started issuing insane rulings on a regular basis. Rather than referring to the Constitution, some of their opinions were apparently based on the dream journal of Andrea Dworkin. 

Soon every law student could recite in his sleep Chief Justice John Marshall’s line in Marbury: “It is emphatically the province and duty of the Judicial Department to say what the law is.” So shut up and go home. 

To take one example of a ludicrous ruling, at random, off the top of my head: In 1973, the Supreme Court announced that the Constitution mandates a right to abortion. 

The Constitution says nothing about reproduction, contraception, fetuses, pregnancy, premenstrual syndrome, morning sickness — much less abortion. (As the tea partiers say: Read the Constitution!) 

It does, however, expressly grant to the states those powers not reserved to the people (such as the right to bear arms) or explicitly given to Congress (such as the right to regulate commerce with foreign nations, among the several states and with the Indian tribes).

Obviously, therefore, the Constitution implicitly entrusted abortion laws to the states. 

One hint that a “constitutional” right to abortion is not based on anything in the Constitution is that during oral argument, as the lawyer arguing for this apocryphal right ticked off the constitutional provisions allegedly supporting it — the Due Process Clause, the Equal Protection Clause, the Ninth Amendment, “and a variety of others” — the entire courtroom burst into laughter. 

The ruling in Roe, incidentally, struck down the duly constituted and passed laws of all 50 states. (But that is soooo 53 million abortions ago …) 

When conservatives complain about “judicial activism,” this is what they’re talking about: Decisions not plausibly based on anything in the Constitution. 

Curiously, the only court opinions liberals really get excited about are the ones having nothing to do with the Constitution: abortion, nude dancing, gay marriage, pornography, coddling criminals, etc., etc. 

Liberals try to hide their treachery by pretending that what conservatives are really upset about is the Supreme Court striking down any law passed by any legislature. This is a preposterous lie that could fool only the irredeemably credulous. 

Which brings us to the brilliant ex-law professor, who manifestly doesn’t have the faintest understanding of the Constitution. 

On Monday, President Obama shocked even his fellow liberals when he claimed that it would be “an unprecedented, extraordinary step” for the Supreme Court to overturn “a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress.” (Which Obamacare wasn’t.) 

He added: “I’d just remind conservative commentators that for years what we’ve heard is the biggest problem on the bench was judicial activism or a lack of judicial restraint.” 

I guess now we know why Obama won’t release his college and law school transcripts! 

It was so embarrassing that Obama attempted a clarification on Tuesday, but only made things worse. He said: “We have not seen a court overturn a law that was passed by Congress on an economic issue, like health care,” since the ’30s. 

Except in 1995. And then again in 2000. (Do we know for a fact that this guy went to Columbia and Harvard Law?) 

In the former case, U.S. v. Lopez, the Supreme Court struck down the Gun-Free School Zone Act — which was, by the way, a “duly constituted and passed law”! And then the court did it again in U.S. v. Morrison, when it overturned another “duly constituted and passed law,” the Violence Against Women Act. 

Both laws were defended by the Clinton administration as “economic” regulations, passed by Congress pursuant to the Commerce Clause with arguments as stretched as the ones used to defend Obamacare. The Gun-Free School Zone Act, for example, was said to address the economic hardship, health care costs, insurance costs and unwillingness to travel created by violent crime. 

Conservatives want the rule of law, not silence from the judges. Not striking down an unconstitutional law is judicial activism every bit as much as invalidating a constitutional one. 

 

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  • planeboy

    “Life’s tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late.”- Benjamin Franklin

  • Walk_thetalk

    Obama seeks to turn the Supreme Court into an anti-democratic farce in the face of a potential defeat. But even the anti-toxin of a right-leaning court killing the overt subordination of the American people to a bullying governmental mandate will not dissolve the goal of the left. Obama and his comrades think he can’t lose. His cadre of handlers is already spinning the presumed decision into a win to transform it into a campaign opportunity. If ObamaCare has indeed been ruled against, Obama’s sycophants and government operatives, like bacteria, will multiply other regulations that will effectively accomplish ObamaCare. So, what makes the left hate America with such a rabid and vicious intensity? They hate the Constitution (the delimiter of government), and the Bill of [an individual's] Rights because these are obstructions to their power grab. They also see white conservatives and Christians as obstacles so they vilify them unceasingly.

    The left acts as if it is one collective closed mind shutting out all truth, light and right. They exhibit an inversion of morality where bad is the new good and the old good is repulsive or racist. Lawlessness has become a left right. So, what can produce such a malignant mindset, bullying behavior, and outright hatred. Poverty? Environment? Lack of opportunity? Insufficient government assistance programs? Obama suffered from none of these things. Nor has the leadership of Democrat party. The real answer is sin. Only sin can take over a whole population and make it a destructive juggernaut against all that is right, good and free. Sin results in death. Death is popular amongst those enthralled by sin, so they love abortion, and cry, “Death to America.” the one nation under God (they also hate God). The only escape from slavery to sin is repentance, to turn to Jesus in truth. In fact, the only counterpoint to sin is righteousness in Christ. [If you don’t know what this means read wwwdot christforamericans dotcom and find out what the Bible is all about and who and what Jesus is.] So, if you want to participate in the real battle that has been raging worldwide since the beginning, repent and become one of those dreaded conservative Christians. If you’re a conservative you’re a target anyway, wear the armor of God, and make a firm stand against the corrupted immoral self-serving left.

  • Steven Chavez

    DIDN’T THE SUPREMES take a secret vote just to see where they stood? THE MAJORITY RESULT WAS IN FAVOR OF REPEAL AND THAT WAS LEAKED!!! That’s why Obama threw a fit! HE FREAKED since this is his, AND PELOSI’S/REID’S, signature piece of legislation THAT NOBODY READ!!! I just hope someone took that gavel away from Nancy because she might start smashing the Capitol Building and a few Republicans proving that she really is the “Wicked Witch of the West!”

    “UNELECTED” SUPREME COURT? And how many of OBAMA’S CZARS WERE ELECTED to sledgehammer through their LEFTIST TAKEOVER of every government department he appoints them to which IS AN INSULT to those who are professionals and lifers? I bet they are seen as pests and actually cause workplace tension. A google search of his CZARS revealed the real extent of their RADICAL ANTI-AMERICANISM!

    Was HILLARY CLINTON ELECTED to be the Secretary of State? What in the HELL EXPERIENCE did she have in this field? Photo-ops with Chelsea holding African babies? LEON PANETTA in CIA and Defense? This man was a Communist dupe in the 80′s and in the front, Institute of Policy Studies!

    IN ALL CASES, they were approved by those in Congress, ALL ELECTED! As for Congress approving them? THAT’S ACTIVISM!

    WHY WAS KAGAN allowed to hear the case? WAS SHE THE LEAKER??

    OBAMA’S LAWYER VERILLI CHOKED on stage because he knew he didn’t know what he was talking about and couldn’t defend it 100% especially in front of his peers. Fifty bucks that Obama couldn’t have defended it either! KAGAN WAS THE ONE who was the biggest Obama advocate which proves she knew about Obamacare since she worked on it before and should have recused herself AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN DEMANDED OF HER! This shows her LACK OF RESPECT for the institution! I could call her a “PIG WITH LIPSTICK” but I have too much respect for the Court.

    (Respect!)

  • planeboy

    Kagan or Sotomayor or both…point being don’t both houses VOTE on for SCOTUS nominees…which begs the question “unelected”???

  • Telescoping You

    Back then, we had Tokyo Rose, Axis Sally and Lord Hee-Haw of WW2 vintage, and then we had Hanoi Hannah with her American Traitor bun-bouncing sister Hanoi Jane Fonda from the worthless liberal orchestrated war in Vietnam, condemning, mocking and vilifying every GOD loving American.  These were mere armatures buzzing around like annoying flees in the ear on a hot Nebraska summer afternoon, comparatively.

    But today, we now have the odious, faux messianic and thoroughly plastic Islamo Hussein (wimpiest of mice trying to roar); a premier purveyor of spurious history, a brain delouser of the liberalites from all things normal and chief Occupunk who is damn determined to take this country into the illusionary Deep Septic Tank of Liberal Democrat Everlasting Happiness.  The Two Joe’s, as in Goebbels and Stalin, super heroes of Obama, must be a-hoopin-and-a holleren a thirty paragraph long string of mo-fo’s while throwing high-fives in the Big Oven.

    As the 21st century’s virtuoso Chicagoan La Cosa Nostra anti-American propagandist in all the world today, the milk-chocolate daddy, whose look-a-like sons live among the 55% of all incarcerated prisoners in this country, now implies he will refuse and not comply with decisions emanating from the, now, second branch of government.  In fact, Jay Carney said as much just today.

    This jerk has thrown this new distraction in our face, again, to deflect from his miserably failed record, destructive actions and hidden despicable life.  This coming after a month of a worthless liberal slut demanding that I pay, albeit absent, to protect every breech of her vagina followed by the usual hysterical race pimps canonizing a hoody-punk who got exactly what he deserved.

    And what does Congress do when handed a cornucopia of impeachable offences that should be the real focus?  Shrivels at the sight and sound from a daily, no hourly, dose of Islamo Hussein, which makes perplexed American’s ask, “If not Congress, who then?”

    But ♪ta-da♪. Here comes three patriotic judges (all conservative constitutionalists) with American Spines of Steel, led by Judge Jerry Smith from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals saying, essentially, “By the time we are finished with you, you are going to finally learn, we hope, a thing or two about Constitutional Jurisprudence 101, a subject you failed back in your Affirmative-Action-Push-Through days.”

    I think that by the time this is over, instead of Islamo Hussein sitting down to an American financed dinner of filet mignon with lobster and arugula salad that he and his goofy wife think they deserve, they will be fed vulture carrion infested maggots, in a filthy metal pan swirling with deadly flies you will still find in modern day Nairobi, Obama’s ancestral home, which, coincidentally, is the same as it was back in pre-historic Nairobi, 20,000 years ago.

    To the dumbest citizen in this country I can only bid, Bon Voyagé, Barocky.

  • ^TDO^

    Obamacare v. romneycare.

    Federal v. State.

    14th Amendment.

    I believe that if Obamacare is unconstitutional then so is Romneycare.

    No government should have the power to force its citizens to buy anything from a non-public source.

    Auto insurance is an example.  You are NOT forced to buy insurance.  You only have to buy it if you desire the ability to drive a car.

    Health care insurance should be the same.  Don’t want to buy it?  Fine.  But if you get sick or injured, you may not get more than basic help.  I bet a lot of people without insurance would sign up for it quickly.

    One of the many proposed changes by conservatives around the country is to have the ability to buy insurance across state lines and without all the mandates of that state.  Isn’t that solution taking the power away from the states also?

    We need to be more consistent in our writing and our goals.  We say the states cannot regulate firearms because of the 2nd amendment and yet we are willing to say the states can override other things based on the 10th amendment.  Either the Bill of Rights extends to everyone and every state, or it doesn’t.  If it doesn’t, then why all the law suits against Chicago/DC and others over gun rights.

    What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.

  • General_Relativity

    ObamaNoCare said that we must purchase insurance. If we don’t we will be fined, like being taxed more. Nowhere in the Constitution said that the government can punish us for doing this. Fed government can punish us if we commit acts of treason. Was it treasonous to not buy insurance? No. If SCOTUS say the law is unconstitutional, then it would be overturned. How can it be judicial activism if the Justices are doing their job? Judicial activism is the courts promoting an ideology. I see the leftist-controlled courts doing that. REAl courts don’t do that. 

  • deeme

    When Obama said they will not vote down my Obamacare because they were not voted on by the people , I thought neither was Obamacare..but everything he says mangles the Constitution  and the truth..! He believes he is a Dictator and is running out of patience for silly things like Congress and the Supreme Court..He relies on the stupidity of his voters..I just watched a video of in depth interviews with some Obama voters and thought , it really doesn’t matter what you tell them..they don’t even know who was in Charge of Congress when they voted for Obama..and chanted his name…

  • deeme

    There you go you had to go and make some sense that’s a whole can of worms..We can’t deal with this right now..LOL..we have to take what is given us and have a few million people decide everything.

  • General_Relativity

    I forgot to mention: DC has no power to make us buy something.

  • planeboy

    BINGO…”He relies on the stupidity of his voters.”

  • deeme

    Yes I imagine he wouldn’t refer to them as a gang if he could of appointed just one more Justice..give him time..then they will be his new best friends..

  • deeme

    What’s this talk of Constitution , this is the new America where you have regulations if you post a Lost Dog sign..Justice Ruth thinks we are too modern for something as old fashioned as the Constitution..you might want to check I dont’ think we use that anymore…LOL

  • General_Relativity

    For a second, I thought you really meant it.

  • General_Relativity

    I don’t think the left can get truly wise because they continue to live in a dream world they created in their minds.

  • AKgunguy

    Of course the courts can overturn laws — constituted and passed alike! If anything, the Supreme Court isn’t striking down enough laws.
    This is the first time in a while I have agreed with Ann Coulter, with all her gushing over Romney.

  • AKgunguy

    well he sure isn’t counting on the them to anything more than DUMBMASSES!

  • Stefan Williamson

    Obama views the Constitution as a mere roadblock in his quest to destroy the society of the U.S.A. and reduce us to Third World Marxist Nation.  Obama would just as soon spit on the Constitution as look at it.

    Obama is a typical progressive in his phony claim to altruism. Altruism is a concept beyond the liberals pay grade.  According to the progressive, human compassion and kindness are the driving forces behind their psyche; however, when it comes right down to it, it is the liberal’s conception of self that motivates them.  They attempt to use other people’s money in every failed attempt at altruism under the sun because it makes them feel good about themselves. Thus we get atrocities like Obama’s lifelong mission to destroy capitalism/free enterprise because it is the liberal through their all powerful government that knows what is best for everyone and wishes to control everyone.  Phony altruism, as practiced by Obama, is actually devastating to our society in many ways.

    Just like every Fascist leader before him, Obama is a “dictator wannabe.”  Seriously, the guy is just not smart enough to be an actual dictator; his Marxist ideology is the only driving force behind this man.   If Obama were a bit brighter, he could easily become another Pol Pot or Hitler.

    The Constitution?  Obama’s sole accomplishment is an attempt to “change” the U.S.A. into a Marxist third world hell hole; Obama will not rest until the U.S.A. is reduced to a giant malodorous Cuba.

     For the past three years Obama’s every word and action has been overflowing with examples of crystal clear Marxism: 1) The Labor Theory of Value, 2) Dialectical Materialism, 3) Class Struggle with the use of the Constant/Variable capital Model, 4)
    Dictatorship of the Proletariat through his prolific union activity.  If that doesn’t define a Marxist, nothing does.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Liberals have been pointing to the Militia Act of 1792 in their defense of Obamacare. This is a flimsy analogy at best, but then…….liberals DO like to twist history.

    First, congress never intended to enforce it, and they never did.

    Second, since the weapons with which the militia members were supposed to arm themselves cost somewhere around $12, it was too much of a burden on the poor, and the poor also couldn’t afford the fines.
    Indeed, the nation would have ended up with most of its Militia behind bars rather than on the battlefield.

    Third, it was not a law that was enforced on the entire nation. Complaints arose almost immediately that ranged anywhere from the Act going too far, to its not going far enough, and it was eventually phased out in 1840.

    Liberals are either historically stupid…..or they’re hoping YOU are.

  • S_Waxmann

    Obama must be defeated at any cost.  Our and our childrens future depends on it.

  • Tony_Seco

    The Supreme Court does not have the final say exactly. In the event that the court decision were to be reprehensible to the constitution, congress has the ability to impeach Supreme Court Judges. This is exactly what they should have done after Roe v Wade, when the court struck down State and Federal Laws that were “duly constituted and passsed”, supported by the majority of congress (no lie) and supported by the majority of the people. The most important reason that the Supreme Court Justices like Ginsburg should have been impeached wasn’t the status of the favorability of the law, but the fact that there was NO valid constitutional reasoning for their decision.

  • Frank_Mann

    Jeez Chavez, I’m telling you, your ISP is going to get angry about all those power cycles to change your IP/MAC.

  • planeboy

    Just look at how it was written…The right to bear arms….our founders said yes we have arms and yes we bear those arms….so in other words one carrying a firearm at ANYTIME is LEGAL anytime anywhere…

  • Frank_Mann

    The liberal proletariat is usually a well meaning but highly analphabetic cretin who has been deluded into following unsound philosophies by his leaders and peers. The left is comprised of people of questionable intellect and little or no ability to elevate themselves above the mindless droning of the masses.

    Liberals practice beliefs and behaviors that are harmful to them and others.  They do this knowingly but they simply do not care that their actions are harmful as long as they are allowed instant gratification of whatever they are feeling at the moment.

  • Tony_Seco

    Thank you for noticing.

  • General_Relativity

    I learned a lot from reading your posts. I did some research and they say what you say. It would not be a good idea to read revised leftist history.

  • planeboy

    Welcome home friend…lol..

  • deeme

    Well first we are too hip for the Constitution and then when it serves them they can go back to 1792,, I would laugh but crying seems more appropriate..

  • deeme

    More importantly they want to keep the needy down ,so they can control them and have voters..But they love sounding like the party that cares..yes people who kill their flesh and blood care..

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Howdy Frank, How u be?

  • Tony_Seco

     We should have the ability to buy major medical only. I don’t want to be covered for/pay for, drug and alcohol detox. sex change operations, hypochondria, abortions, acne, or marriage counseling. (while Edward could use the Philological treatment I don’t want to pay for it) I don’t like paying for a whole myriad of “services” that I don’t want, but that the state of Commifornia has determined I need.

  • planeboy

    Which is why Jefferson (who was a big book guy) said if you want to preserve history do it in architecture and monuments….because history can be rewritten and books can be lost…

  • jagscl

    The two Joes.  Yeah, bet  he keeps their Busts somewhere about and I bet if here Churchill would be glad his went home.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Great article Ann. You have pointed out that Maobama supposedly was a law professor, but the guy doesn’t seem to know law as well as a paralegal with a 2yr degree. Thanks for getting back to the issues at hand and leave the campaigning alone for awhile.

  • planeboy

    Sweet..lol..it’s nice a little fresh air..huh…

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Excellent observation Frank, and we are witnessing a prime example with the unions. In Wisconsin if the governor is tossed out of office, we will see these thugs be even more emboldened a violent than they have been.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Yes it is.

  • Tony_Seco

     Steven, many people here know exactly who I am. If you haven’t guessed yet, we’re friends and we email each other. What you have just added to your column should be removed and I’ll remove this.

    You should also stop “liking” yourself. Talk about a personality disorder!

  • General_Relativity

    As Captain Price said from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 said: History is filled with liars.

  • deeme

    Well the thing about the Lost Dog sign was on The Five…so it is true..And Justice Ruth a person who’s job is to uphold the Constitution did say she didn’t think it was right for America anymore..and President Obama well he really sees no need for it..so you make the call..

  • planeboy

    And the future is filled with more of them…sadly..

  • Tony_Seco

     Yet the courts ignored the ten commandments on the Supreme Court building and had them removed form that Alabama court house.

  • Ribbey

    Hooray! Great article Ann!

  • deeme

    I agree Tony, I go further I think people who “create an unwanted baby” should  have some penalty if they don’t step up to the plate ,we are now using unborn babies to get rich and or murder..hell instead we give them money..they are playing the system..They are all over smokers and people who own goldfish and lemonade stands  but go ahead have all the sex you want and we will pay for it..STDs abortions you name it..Yes California is the capital of crazy laws and fines and rules..but go ahead by all means protest naked,, I don’t want your naked butt in my eatery..Insane people for sure..we do thank you though ,because a whole lot of people are leaving there for here..as corporate taxes raise leaving America will be next. Nevermind what Ocare will do to small business,, I’m guessing they will just drop everyone for the fine.

  • Ribbey

     pssst….hello PB!

  • Ribbey

     Hey LeeAnn!

  • ALTILLA

    I would like to know, if the people, other than the crazy demos, now realize why he would never released his records from the Universities. Now we know, he truly was the first affirmative President.

    For him to explain that the Supreme Court should really not have the right, for the “Law” was passed by a HIGH MAJORITY of Congress, shows him for what he really is, simply way over his head as President, and really a very dangerous person to have the mantle of power at his disposal.

    CHECKMATE HIM NOW.

  • Ribbey

     Tony!! Hello!

  • Ribbey

     Deeme!!! Hello there!

  • Niniane

    Too bad Obama and Holder did not make the arguments to the court. That would have bumped every comedy show in history for ratings.

  • Ribbey

     LD! Good evening! How are ya my friend?

  • Tony_Seco

     We are paying young girls to have sex.

    Our government at work!

  • deeme

    Hey Ribbey, I’ve been better, my blurred vision and my shoulder,makes me have to get off so much ,it’s hardly worth getting on how are you, made any wonderful foods lately…>>???

  • Tony_Seco

    Hay Ribbey! How U B?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QGJB6XKBWEVILASOVXE5FP65SA Dave D

    spot on!  On sluts and prostitutes want healthcare.   

  • deeme

    too funny , yes I feel like I am watching a perpetual Saturday Night Skit..

  • Tony_Seco

     The drunks and addicts want healthcare.

    I guess I could have just said “I second that”.

  • planeboy

    “(FRANK MANN/TONY_SECO/GATOR are just jealous.”….I think you just put your shorts on backwards with a statement like that…there’s plenty of other folks on this site that one might want go after but in my mind I think you missed something…”these are not the droids your looking for”….

  • Tony_Seco

    Costco has a new thing… Chocolate covered pomegranate seeds.

    O   M   G   !!!

  • Frank_Mann

    I’m flattered Big Steve but I’m not Tony or the Gator.  Do you honestly think you are the first person to figure out how a dynamic IP interacts through broadband with the ISP? 

  • deeme

    If it doesn’t come to them on their own , they can get the idea during family hour on any channel they like…or perhaps during class at school..

  • Tony_Seco

    Or he could have done quite well…

    Are teleprompters allowed at the Supreme Court?

  • planeboy

    Well we know Media Matters “sluts and prostitutes” do…how about you there sparky?

  • Ribbey

     Fine thanks! Looks like I have to go to Costco tomorrow! ;-)

  • deeme

    Too funny my beautiful daughter bought me those last Mother’s Day they are yummy..

  • Frank_Mann

    I don’t know why I find that so annoying.  It’s actually pretty funny.

  • Frank_Mann

    I’m good LeAnn, thanks for asking.

  • planeboy

    Hey lady…you dodge the storms down your way?

  • trajan2448

    its hard to imagine how someone as manifestly stupid as Obama could actually pass the curriculum of a real law school, let alone the BAR exam.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3JKYECDK63I2B3CFZHKW2VRAAA Richard

    Only the senate affirms the prez’s picks for the Supreme Court.  And Sotomayor and Kagan were approved by the majority democrat controlled senate.
    And Kagan should have recused herself!

  • Spikeygrrl

    I’ve said it elsewhere, and I’ll say it again here: Don’t be too hard on Verelli. Even the brightest of the bright cannot convincingly defend the indefensible.

  • 11cowby

    abama and holder would have been a good comedy show at the court (ann is one great women)

  • Tony_Seco

    It’s kinda like watchin someone slip money out of the Monopoly bank…

    Yeah, Let’s play.

  • Ribbey

     OMG! They are still assessing the damage… I am just fine! Just some hail storms, that was it for us! Thanks! How are you? Getting ready for trip to Texas yet? LOL!

  • Tony_Seco

     SINCE SHE HELPED WRITE OBAMACARE, YES!!! SHE SHOULD HAVE RECUSED HERSELF!!!

    Thank you for pointing that out Richard!

  • vrajavala

    Ms. Coulter, please don’t perpetuate the myth that Barry was a “Constitutional law professor”. He was an unpaid adjunct lecturer.
    Big difference.

  • planeboy

    Breaks my heart…

  • Spikeygrrl

    Wow. I’d agree that Ann is great…but not so great that she requires a plural (“women”).

  • Nick099

    So, what you are saying Frank is, in essence, the Libs/Progressives/Marxists are just people who never made it out of sophomore year in High School….mentally or emotionally. If so, I agree.

  • fafhrd

    No, only the Senate approves presidential nominations.

  • planeboy

    Then it’s still a vote than is it not? Thanks for the correction..

  • Work2SnowSki

    He’s got to be the most Ignorantly Arrogant man in the world.

  • Tony_Seco

     I’ll be riding my scooter through tejas on my way home after Memorial day. Got an appointment in DC on the mall on the 28th.

  • Ribbey

     wow! What part of Texas?

  • Work2SnowSki

    He’s got to be the most Ignorantly Arrogant man in the world.

  • Niniane

    I don’t think so, since they won’t even allow cameras. But it gives me joy imagining Obama being challenged by Scalia. Answer: Um, er, uh. My point is…um, er, uh… And Carney would be out the next day explaining that Obama REALLY meant to say…

  • Tony_Seco

    Dallas, Jacksbrough, Lubbock, Clovis NM. Unless the plans change.

  • deeme

    Thanks for putting that in some plain language, I was lost for awhile there…

  • Frank_Mann

     TY

  • bodyman47

    I never understood why people that appear to be reasonable intelligent insist on defending Obama. Then I had an epiphany. Arrogance, they believe they are too smart to be wrong. They refuse to believe that they have been duped by a conman. Therefore they make excuses and blame others when he is shown to be a complete failure. Obama continues to appease them by saying what they want to hear. He appeases the ignorant by promising more handouts. As it turns out these reasonably intelligent people, due to their arrogance are dumber than the poor ignorant ones, since they should know better. Liberals suffer from a physiological disorder called.
     
    “cognitive dissonance” 
    Dissonance is aroused when people are confronted with information that is inconsistent with their beliefs. If the dissonance is not reduced by changing one’s belief, the dissonance can result in misperception or rejection or refutation of the information, seeking support from others who share the beliefs, and attempting to 
    persuade others to restore consonance. 

  • deeme

    You got that right…

  • Frank_Mann

     The Liberal leaders are driven by pure greed.  Their minions by ignorance and apathy.  So yes, you have it right.

  • Tony_Seco

     He’s a tap dancing buffoon without his teleprompter. I still want to know, who types in the answers when the press asks questions at the press conference?

  • planeboy

    Going to Guam (next week) first than to Texas in July for Glenn’s event on 7/28…glad your OK..

  • Beamieupscottie

    I’m not sure what makes me sadder the fact that most of you have totally forgotten your humanity in the name of profit and freedom from regulation or the fact that you actually believe that you are a majority.

  • sparkyva

     I believe he was a lecturer and not a professor. Lecturers are below professors in pay and talent.

  • Nick099

     LMAO

  • Ribbey

     Well, I hope you have some safe, enjoyable travels PB!

  • Ribbey

     LOL! Good one!

  • http://ja-js.blogtownhall.com Chuck Fowler

    THANK YOU! I’ve been making that distinction about Obama it seems like forever and started to think I was the only one who knew there was any difference. He was a Constitutional law LECTURER, which anyone with a copy of the Constitution, a lesson plan and a modicum of intelligence can handle.

    And, he has consistently proven since being in office that he is also not all that “brilliant,” either.

  • Tony_Seco

     I’m confused by the fact that you think that you are somehow pro-humanity when you kill babies and destroy poor families. Care to explain yourself?

  • planeboy

    Thanks lady…

  • Ribbey

    Thank you for your service Chuck! Virginia huh? What a beautiful state! Also I did not know that! You should stop in more often, as you are a welcome addition! Thanks for the info!

  • http://ja-js.blogtownhall.com Chuck Fowler

    Yes, ObamaCare passed in the then-democratically controlled House by only SEVEN VOTES, not exactly a big majority. Just another example of Obama’s gross stretching (disregard) of the truth.

    And, yes again. Affirmative action president and affirmative action attorney general. 

  • Ribbey

     ; – ))

  • Tony_Seco

    Obama’s only interest in the constitution is how to defeat it.

    That’s impossible to prove, but I can’t find another explaination for his actions.

  • Frank_Mann

     Good points, thank you.  I believe most Libs are not bad people, they have just been caught up in the lies for so long they are trapped in a philosophy that espouses altruism but in reality is the polar opposite.  Some do find their way out eventually.

  • JIMBYONLY

    It appears to me that is all he has done for three years! And gaining traction.

  • farkennel

    Ann,it`s almost like you expected a more thorough understanding of the constitution from Mr 57states (and theres one to go) .Perhaps he was a navy corpseman in another life.(with all due apologies to the navy).

  • equsnarnd

    Thank God!

  • Ribbey

     collapse

  • http://ja-js.blogtownhall.com Chuck Fowler

    “Except in 1995. And then again in 2000. (Do we know for a fact that this guy went to Columbia and Harvard Law?)”

    Well, good question, Ann. But, no, we don’t, actually, because none of his college or law school records have seen the light of day. 

    He was also allegedly the Editor of the Harvard Law Review, but I don’t know of anyone who has found a law review article by him, as is the custom for a law review editor to write, or even, if he didn’t write an article himself, his notes on other law review members’ articles. Isn’t an editor supposed to edit?

  • Tony_Seco

     Note that Obama’s statement was “an unprecedented, extraordinary step” for the Supreme Court to overturn
    “a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected
    Congress.”He didn’t say a Republianally elected congress! lol!!!

  • Tony_Seco

    I believe that at this pivotal moment, we are watching the wheels coming off.

    Pray.

  • Onionblog

    After readung  all those comments on Ann Coulter’s column,   I no longer fear that  Obama and his ilk will  “hope and change”  away our beloved  America.   Also  the fact that Obama  operatives spent  over   a $million (od campaign funds)    to seal his  ecucational  and  personal background records from  standard    vetting  is now under  judicial review.    And  he had to surrender  his Law License  to the Illinois Bar  prior to being elected Senator.   So  Obama  is  simply and arrogant narcissist  who excells in one thing,  teleprompter readings. in front of selected,   adoring  subjects.

  • Tony_Seco

     If you believed in God, then you would want him as guidance in the courtroom.

  • Nancy Stewart

    If the SC should not overturn laws passed by duly elected representatives, doesn’t that mean that California’s law that used to be Prop. 8 should not be overturned by that SC also?

  • Ribbey

     Life is short! Pray hard! I’m about 3 hrs. south of Dallas!

  • Breezeyguy

     He just realized that the 9 supremes have more power than him and his congress and his senate!!  Ha!  I hope they throw out Obamacare just to watch him squirm.  Oh no!  How could they do this to the One?

  • Tony_Seco

    Great Post!!!

  • http://ja-js.blogtownhall.com Chuck Fowler

    You’re right, his comment didn’t distinguish between Republican and Democrat. He was using “democratically elected” with a little “d.” 

    I wasn’t refuting that, only that at the time ObamaCare passed, it did so by only 7 votes in the House, which at that time, before the 2010 wave election gave control back to the Republicans, was controlled, along with the Senate, by Democrats.

  • https://twitter.com/#!/davidjkramer DavidKramer

    Brown approved her I think.

  • equsnarnd

    Tony_Seco, What I want is Constitutional knowledge and wisdom, not a bunch of silly ass beliefs.  Your reasoning is exactly the same for Mohamed wanting Sharia.  A pox on both your houses.  There in no need for God in the courtroom if intelligent, honest people are there and a belief in your God guarantees none of that!

  • planeboy

    Now pulling his hair as to how the slaughter of the innocent is “OK”…

  • SamFreeman

    “When conservatives complain about ‘judicial activism,’ this is what they’re talking about: Decisions not plausibly based on anything in the Constitution.”

    Ann makes a good point.  This is not the first time the liberals have brought out this straw man to beat and it won’t be the last.  This is closely related the way the media helps their fellow liberals by referring to non-activist judicial interpretation with the misnomer “strict construction.”  As Scalia has gone out of his way to point out, non-activist interpretation does not mean strictly construing the language that is to be interpreted, but only in construing the language in a reasonable manner.  This requires interpreting the language by its meaning at the time of its enactment, not changing the meaning as it “evolves” according to activists. 

    Our Constitution is not a “living” document.  It doesn’t need to be.  For example, the term “commerce” should be interpreted as it was understood at the time our founders adopted the Constitution.  Yet it applies to all commerce today based on that original meaning because the term refers to a class of activity rather than enumerating each and every activity that the term encompasses.  It applies to internet commerce, which our founders could not have predicted, as much as agricultural commerce, of which they were quite familiar. 

    A few years ago the MSM reported on a “study” by a law professor who claimed she had quantified the “fact” that conservative judges were more activist than their liberal colleagues.  She did this by employing the same straw man that Obama did, claiming that non-activist is synonymous with upholding all laws.  But a non-activist judge is one who would strike down all laws that have no basis of authority given a reasonable interpretation of the Constitution, or who would uphold every law if it does.
     

  • jas

    In the past 200 plus years the Supreme Court has struck down 150 laws passed by Congress as Unconstitutional .

    Someone that missed a 20-year Racist Rant from the FRONT PEW probably did miss that well-known fact in law school.   LOL!!!

  • jas

    Under the “Opposites Attract” Clause of the Constitution.  LOL!!!

  • JIMBYONLY

    I would disagree with you. Have you ever heard the term (brain washed)? Read the book Manchurian Candidate?

  • JIMBYONLY

    Thumbs UP.

  • Mike_in_Wasilla

    This was classic Ann Coulter. Now that Romney is nearly a sure thing I hope she will move on and be her normal razor sharp self.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Excellent point!

  • Niniane

    Of course. That’s why all the ums, ers and uhs when he answers. He gives the image that he is running every law through his super-intelligent brain, but just stalling for time for the staff to feed him an answer.

  • Ribbey

     Well said Tony!

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Hey be careful in Guam, you know Hank Johnson is worried it may tip over. OMG and this dumbass is a congressman.

  • JIMBYONLY

    I love it! I would have a hard time holding myself to gather if that happens. WE can only hope. I all honesty I would prefer a nice necktie!

  • Ribbey

     New program on Discovery channel. “Sons of Guns”

  • planeboy

    But..but I only weight 175lbs…lol..

  • JIMBYONLY

    You sir are correct. I wish the wheels would move a bit faster tho.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Seen it and love it. I have to DVR most of my shows that I like. Swamp People, Deadliest Catch, Larry the Cable Guy’s Only in America”, Sons of Guns. I usually just salivate when I see the toys they whip out.

  • Tony_Seco

     ”God in the courtroom” You got it right the first time.

    “a belief in your God” Is not what I said.

    My reasoning is founded on the fact that this nation and our constitution was founded on Judeo Christian values. That fact is carved in the stone of the Supreme Court building.

    “Constitutional knowledge and wisdom” just happens to be based on those “silly ass beliefs.”

    Liberals like you don’t even understand the fact that everything that they view as right or wrong came from the bible, or was perverted by liberals. You have little understanding of where you come from or history, or literature.

    It’s “a plague on both your houses”.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     OMG that guy is a moron, hey excuse my language but I cannot say it any other way, Who was the dumb b!tch who was looking for the American flag on………. MARS.

  • chandler9

    As the GOP and most conservatives rally in opposition
    to “Obamacare” and a health care mandate, they support and are about to nominate
    the “father” of healthcare mandates- Mitt Romney. How Ironic. The only
    difference is Obama’s mandate will probably never take effect. I look forward to
    the fall debates when two men will be on stage. Only one will have effectively
    instituted a healthcare mandate on a group of individuals. That person will be
    Mitt Romney and he will be the Republican nominee for President

  • planeboy

    Getter done…lol..

  • chandler9

    Ann is a man. There is no question about it. Look at her. I mean, just come out already. What a stupid broad- I mean dude.

  • Ribbey

     You know what? We are watching the same shows! Har har! Well, I’m glad ya like it!

  • planeboy

    Piglowsee…lol…may has well be..

  • bloodaxe

    Walmart has some new crying towels on sale.

  • sadaedy

    You are so, so ‘mean spirited’:  the favorite phrase of my well-meaning but liberal friends, in response to anyone who disagrees with them.

  • http://www.facebook.com/john.phillips0 John Phillips

    Re:”Which brings us to the brilliant ex-law professor, who manifestly doesn’t have the faintest understanding of the Constitution.”
    Was he really a professor? I heard he was a lecturer. You know the guy who teaches a few sections of a class created by a real professor who does not have time for students and is to busy getting published or to lazy to teach himself.
    If he was a real professor for very long there would be some published papers. As far as I know there are none. I have a friend who was released from his professor job because a text book he published was not accepted as a paper. He was one paper short and they let him go.

  • bloodaxe

    You’re a regular troll with a new ID. But you’re the same old asshole.GFY.

  • Tony_Seco

    I’m thinking Ann was being sarcastic.

    What? Ann? sarcastic?

  • equsnarnd

    @Tony_Seco.  Oh please.  I think you’ve stepped in it big time.  What exactly are those Judeo-Christian values that you are talking about?  Since you seem to put a great deal of stock in them, why don’t you delineate them for all of us poor heathens who have no values since apparently the only values to ever have existed are Judeo-Christian values that no one else ever had.
    I can’t wait for you to give me a list of those values.  
    If you feel like you’re lost here, don’t feel bad.  I can help and give you some structure but I want to give you a chance,without interference from an intransigent atheist/humanist to muddy the waters.  So go ahead and enlighten me and tell me specifically what these values are that are the foundation of this country and specifically, uniquely, Judeo-Christian.  Please!

    Pay attention, all you cross hugging, bible thumping, theological babbling folks, you are about to learn what a vacuum is.

  • JIMBYONLY

    Edit what? The only thing He has edited are his lies! I am a old Texas boy and will always tell thy same lie all the time! LOL

  • bloodaxe

    Drop dead, cretin.

  • jimof ct

    Ann does ridicule better than almost anybody else.. 
    Obama provides an unending source of material. 
     I think she has correctly pointerd out why Obama’s Academic Record must be kept secret. 
     After all he was presented as, among other lies about his qulifications, a genius!  If these statements are any indication of what he learned at Law School my bet is with Ann.  That is;  allowing his academic record to be public will probably raise questions as to how he was allowed to pass and receive his degree..
     By the way I don’t know whether he ever practiced Law as an Attorney.  Did he pass the Bar exam?  IF HE DID, IS THE BAR EXAM RESULT AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE?

    Surprising how little comment has been made by the main street media about the comments Obama made.  Interestingly 3 Federal Court Judges stepped up and  demanded that the DOJ  lawyer appearing before them provide an explanation. They are doing the job that used to be the Domain of a free and unbiased press. 
     Today the main street media will ignore what is not supportive of the “progressive, liberal, radical socialist” agenda of this President and his Democratic party Legislators and  Judges..

     

  • planeboy

    I’m guessing your idea of “states” rights is different than that of the feds rights…Hey did Romney say if you live in CA. you have to buy “our” insurance? But I guess thats a concept you can’t grasp…you should change you moniker to chandler .009…

  • JIMBYONLY

    YOU already HAVE! The vacuum between your ears that is! Go back to your play station.

  • JIMBYONLY

    Make me giggle.

  • equsnarnd

    @bloodaxe:disqus  ”Drop dead, cretin.”
    Lo, the great vacuum!

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     You’re a troll whether you be under a bridge or in front of a keyboard you’re all the same.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Hannah-Abbott/100001145910796 Hannah Abbott

    The problem with 95% of YOU on this board is that, YOU all agree with Ann. . . you clap and if she walked up to you, YOU would give her a high 5. .  . and then you return to you lives.  Don’t you understand what has occurred the past 39 months?  This faux citizen, and constitutional fraud has spent 39 months destroying this country.  He has weakened the military by not only making a fiasco out of Iraq and Afghanistan, but it he has gutted our intelligence agencies and methods of discovering intelligence.  His big accomplishment was killing BinLaden, but even with that he allowed a stealth helicopter to remain in sufficient condition that the Chinese are undoubtedly using the technology as I post this.  Why wasn’t that helicopter blown off the face of the earth with 2000 pound bombs from our bombers?  Why did this sorry president publicize the activities of the seal team who killed Bin Laden?  

    Instead of reading this and feeling good that Ann is fighting the fight, you ALL should be writing your members of Congress, and anyone in this administration whose e-mail or contact information you can discover.  If you cheer each Wednesday night and stay silent the rest of the week, you are all going to wake up some day, and find Obama will have stolen this election (if you don’t think he plans to engage in massive voter fraud, YOU just aren’t paying attention) and we will no longer be free to pursue our dreams.  We are at the cliff, and YOU need to ALL pull us back. 

    Contact anyone you can and tell them we have 7 months to save this country. . .

    PS, another good article, Ann :)

  • JIMBYONLY

    You did have a problem with your teddy- correct?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jim-Coggins/1525943506 Jim Coggins

     …and you are an idiot.

  • EricStoner

     Not all of them, but a few would we be, don’t lie, don’t cheat, don’t steal, don’t murder, things like these. The reason you don’t know these or, if you do, you feel you have to ridicule them is, you could not exist if you embraced them.

  • RebaLynn

    He has ignored the will of the people, it should surprise no one that he is willing to ignore the law too.

  • JIMBYONLY

    OK Whats next teacher. We the great unwashed are awaiting your next great insight!

  • rogerhfrost

    Vote President Rick Santorum in 2012

  • http://www.facebook.com/roy.dennis Roy Dennis

    I am new here and I have read the comments made and absorbed it all. I am a 45 year old democratic white male who is on disability because of a heredatary back problem and multiple knee surgeries. I live on pain killers just to get through the day.
    I am currently seriously changing my party to either Independent or Republican. The only thing that is holding me back from becoming a republican is that from what I have been told, they want to cut every sort of aid that people like me need to survive.
    Anyone care to please enlighten me to whether or not this is in fact the case?

    I did vote for President Obama, but I kind of feel know like the old saying applies, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice and it is shame on me”.

  • studi30

    Tony Seco what kind of scooter do you own? I have a Yamaha Vino 125 which will be 5 years old in July.  It has 7300 miles on it and is used all winter(never with rain,snow or salt on the roads). I rode the Vino in temps down to 10 degrees (if you dress warm 55mph at 10degrees is doable).

  • Tony_Seco

     Stick around. We don’t cover everything in one day after one article.

  • A_friendly_reader

    A glowing tapestry of words and admirable political analysis. But probably over-optimistic to a fault. And the jury is still out, figuratively speaking, on the ill-fated “punk.”

  • planeboy

    Not a chance….

  • Tony_Seco

     Like immigration laws? Like our sovereignty as oppose to being ruled by the UN?

    I could go on, and often do! LOL!!!

  • Tony_Seco

     I have an ’02 Harley Davidson Road King. I ride all year but that’s not saying as much in California as it was when I rode all year in the mid west. As far as miles goes, just add an “0″ to what you have on the Vino. I’ve been cross country a few times on the same bike.

  • Ribbey

    Nice to meet you Roy! Come back often! You’ll get your answers! Everything does’nt get discussed in one day, stick around!

  • Tony_Seco

     LOL!!!

  • equsnarnd

    @EricStoner.  You win the prize for ignoramus.
    You list these values:
    don’t lie, don’t cheat, don’t steal, don’t murder
    This would be laughable if it weren’t so
    pathetically myopic.  Do you suppose that these
    values originated with the ancient Jewish Tribes?
    Do you suppose these values were delineated 
    by your fictional Christ for the first time on 
    earth?  When you say Judeo-Christian values
    you better take into account Hellenistic Greece
    which gave to the world a solid philosophical 
    grounding in such values.  You should understand that
    for Western Civilization the moral underpinnings
    come from the Greeks.  You should know that
    Greek society, eg,  worked through the painful lessons
    of ‘learning’ that justice was superior to revenge and all
    that that suggests for a moral code and social order.  
    You should also understand that the Founders were well schooled and knew Greek history and philosophy as well as the Bible.

    What I asked was ‘What does the Judeo-Christian value
    system bring to the party that is unique?’  From what I can tell, Judeo-Christian morality was as barbaric as Islam is today.

    Without the influences from the Greeks and the Hindus on the middle east, that value system would still be barbaric.

    So, again, what are the values that are unique to Judeo-Christian values that we should genuflect to that system and ask for God in a courtroom?  I’d prefer Hellenistic Greece, personally.

    And for you out there not too quick on the draw, the vacuum I was referring to is that you don’t have any answer to my question, for there isn’t one.  The Judeo-Christian system of moral values is derivitive:
    The precursors being the Greeks and Hindus.

  • deeme

    It is fear tactics and propaganda used for years..we don’t believe your S.S is an entitilement that was your money they spent ten times over that may not be there for you we are not against disability , we believe in  helping the truly elderly the truly poor the disabled but not all the people who come here illegal we are fine with legally..Don’t be fooled by their lies..If they truly cared they would care about a baby born alive by a botched abortion and not be OK with infanticide …read about the czars if you want I will post it again..the school czars ties to NAMBLA  on and on it goes..

  • planeboy

    I knew you would come around to my way of thinking…lol…

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Welcome Roy, and welcome to the light. I would like to ask you to do some research on your own. We can enlighten you to some facts, but a website called : cato .org (remove the space) will give you a plethora of information. Being an RN I have already seen procedures being denied my medicare and also the VA, like virtual colonoscopies and certain chemo drugs. Obamacare has cut 500 billion from Medicare, and that is just the beginning. You had heard about Paul Ryan’s budget being attacked, and honestly Roy, congressman Ryan is trying to save SS, and Medicare because honestly it is unsustainable at the rate it’s going. Obama goal is to put this country on a single payer system, which will greatly increase wait times to see a Dr, exams, procedures and surgeries. Look up Mortality rates in countries that have socialized/single payer medicine such as Canada and the UK. If you are honestly reaching out for information and not just another OWS poster, or Soros backed hack we will give you information and give you websites to get the information.

  • deeme

    EQ the Constitution was written for a moral people, they believed there should be a bible in every courtroom and classroom , you can not change History..how many quotes do you want..???

  • JayC777

    “The true theory of our Constitution is surely the wisest and best, that the States are independent as to everything within themselves, and united as to everything respecting foreign affairs. Let the General Government be reduced to foreign concerns only, and let our affairs be disentangled from those of all other nations, except as to commerce, which the merchants will manage the better, the more they are left free to manage for themselves, and our General Government may be reduced to a very simple organization, and a very inexpensive one; a few plain duties to be performed by a few servants.”

    “The way to have good and safe government is not to trust it all to one, but to divide it among the many, distributing to everyone exactly the functions in which he is competent … It is by dividing and subdividing these Republics from the great national one down through all its subordinations until it ends in the administration of everyman’s farm by himself, by placing under everyone what his own eye may superintend, that all will be done for the best.”

    “On every question of construction [of the Constitution] let us carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates, and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text, or intended against it, conform to the probable one in which it was passed.”

    - Thomas Jefferson

    Jay
    Outside of that … it’s activism.

  • Tony_Seco

     Roy, I believe that the support system for an individual is self, family, church. I believe that you have worth and can sell your abilities. During times when you are unable (after surgery, in the hospital etc.) your secondary support system should kick in.

    As far as medical bills go, you are just a little too young, but trust me… Medical was 500% less at least before insurance. Insurance made itself completely necessary by raising the cost of medical care. That was purposeful steps made to become the multi billion dollar industry that they have become. All of that money came from us.

  • bloodaxe

    Many, many moons ago I had a Triumph Daytona 500. I loved that bike- the way it looked, the way it sounded and the way it handled. Now it’s a classic. Unlike me- I’m just getting old.

  • Ribbey

     Good post! Thank you Deeme!

  • planeboy

    Hey I got a 50cc that will give you a run for your money… ;>)

  • websmith

    That’s a new one? “Constituted”? You can’t change the Constitution with a bill. In order to change the Constitution, you have to have an Amendment introduced and voted on in Congress and then Ratified by the states.  You can’t eliminate gun rights with a law passed by a state or by Congress. You can’t take away People’s rights unless you have an Amendment. Executive Orders don’t meet the mustard. This is the law and Congress, the President, the Supreme Court, and the States are sworn to uphold it. Of course, the Supreme Court would strike down anything that violates the Constitution. This is the law and our contract with the federal government.

  • Tony_Seco

    Sardonic if you prefer…

  • Tony_Seco

     What’s a cc? I don’t do drugs!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Where in the hierarchy are TelePrompter readers?

  • jas

    Compared to you? 

    No doubt about it!!!!   LOL!!!

  • TomPaineJr

    Ann, like all conservatives, whines about judicial activism when the court
    issues an opinion she disagrees with, like the one on abortion. And of course,
    the ruling that found segregated schools unconstitutional also got most
    conservatives ranting about a violation of states’ rights. The right to
    abortion, based on the right to privacy, is a reasonable extenion of the
    constitutional right against unwarranted searches or quartering of troops in
    homes- privacy rights. And a ban on abortion can’t be effectively enforced
    without violating the privacy of the doctor-patient relationship.

  • Tony_Seco

    That is a nice bike! I remember drooling over one at the shop.

  • westoast

     How sad does being a knee-jerk emotional basket case make you?

  • A_friendly_reader

    To explain that would require Art Carney, not Jay Carney.

  • planeboy

    You may be of the camp that voted for B HO as to say to “yourself” that I’m not racist…now it’s time to vote to say to yourself  ”I’m” not stupid….

  • planeboy

    LOL….

  • Infidel48

    Who the f*** Cares who you are? Maybe your mother or your father if you know who  he is

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_D2SPNE6AEE5YFMLR3CCA3UWLZ4 Bud

    Ineptocracy

    (in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) – a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

  • TomPaineJr

    OMG!  What a big crock of reactionary B-S. Obama successfully withdrew troops from Iraq according to the agreement/ timetable agreed to by Dumbya Bush. He sent 50,000 troops to Afghanistan in an effort to salvage Bush’s miserable failure there. He expanded the use of drones and killed bin Laden, al-Alawki, and many other al Qaeda & Taliban leaders.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_D2SPNE6AEE5YFMLR3CCA3UWLZ4 Bud

    Ineptocracy

    (in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) – a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

  • equsnarnd

    And don’t forget the moral philosophies of the Egyptians.

  • planeboy

    Unexpectedly?…Yup..lol..

  • Tony_Seco

    “the ruling that found segregated schools unconstitutional also got most conservatives ranting about a violation of states’ rights.”

    Conservatives? Come on now Tom, the correct word is democrats.

    Obama care makes the “privacy of the doctor-patient relationship” a complete and utter joke. Are you laughing?

    Abortion ends the right to life for the child.

  • jas

    I dunno Tony.

    I kinda like all the bells and whistles.  Costly yes. 

    Modern medicine can work miracles and it ain’t cheap. 

    I was just at my doctor’s office today.   He’s part of a larger practice affiliated with Sutter Gould.  They have at least six front office pesonnel and nearly that many back office assistants. 

    I have a good doctor.  He has a nearly unheard practice (these days) of early morning and afternoon rounds in the local hospital to check on his patients.

    Plus he’s a local product, having served his Residency at the puppy mill that is San Joaquin General in Lathrop, south of Stockton. 

  • TomPaineJr

    Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.  Two prominent conservative appeals court justices close to Scalia upheld Obamacare. Why did Kagan hear the case? Because the court rejected a challenge by right wingers to force her to recuse herself.

  • jas

    That’s why Iraq could only convince half of the members of the Arab League to attend a conference in Suicide Central!   LOL!!!

    Face it, Painful.  Obysmal is on his way out. 

    But I just heard Romney’s thinking of appointing him Good Will Ambassador to Kenya!   LOL!!!

  • redhandpaddy

    What constitutional right to privacy? You mean the fictional one found in the penumbra of the emanations of the Bill of rights? Sober up moron !

  • jas

    Who.  Beaniebaby?  

  • jas

       NORTON!!!!!   LOL!!!

  • Ribbey

     Booooooooo!!!

  • jas

    If it’s so Private why did Sandra Pucker have to blab to the World about it? 

  • Infidel48

    This is What Hapens When you let Women Vote or Drive.
    This country has been going downhill since they gave people who didn’t own Property the right to Vote and when women got the vote it was a FreeFall.

    Welfare leaches have no vested interest in this country except sucking another check out of the Taxpayers. That is Why The FoodStamp President Will Get Re-elected.

    The Saudi’s have the right idea, No Voting, No Driving for Women. Look How Prosperous they are

  • A_friendly_reader

    A little “Star Trek” history lesson for you, Beamie. 

    The character in the engineering role, played by James Doohan, was named Scotty..

    The term used to indicate travel via the ship’s transporter was “beam.”

    The captain and others would radio to the engineer that they wanted him to “beam me up, Scotty.”

    You apparently think the engineer’s name was Beamie Upscottie and that people were calling out to him, LOL.

    Having corrected the record, I’ll encourage you to change your moniker to Beammeupscotty. But I suspect you won’t understand a thing I explained to you in the simplest words possible, and your moniker will remain a version of Beamie Upscottie.

    Well, I tried.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Oh, the totally forgotten humanity.

  • westoast

     I’m not sure Kenya could view that as an act of good will. Once they witness the effectiveness of his method of operation.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Oliver-Klozzoff/100001771822871 Oliver Klozzoff

    Came here just to see how many fewer comments Ann got.  Stick a fork in her.  Romney and Christie. Say goodnight Ann.  We hardly knew ya. 

  • bloodaxe

    Fork you, troll.

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    Support for those such as yourself who truly need it will always be there from both federal and state governments.  However, this kind of aid pales in comparison with the help you’ll get from the Church.  No conservative wants to cut you off from your medications nor do we want to deny your access to health care.  Now read this well:  We conservatives may not WANT the federal government giving as much aid as they do but do not think this means we do not care about you because WE DO.  Conservatives believe in the principle of subsidiarity which means issues like yours are best handled by the states or local governments, not by Washington DC.  Do not listen to those on the left who tell you we want you to hurt, suffer, or die.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  We want you well and pain free yet freedom from dependence is the overarching goal.

    Thank you for asking the question you asked.  We conservatives stand ready to answer you and we welcome you.

  • Tony_Seco

     The six front office personnel are there to deal with insurance issues so the doctors get paid. For every doctor, assistant and nurse in that office, there is a mirror of them at the insurance company. You are paying for all of that. How many actually helped you?

    Since the founding of America, we went from putting a spider in a walnut shell and hanging it around your neck to heart transplants, all without insurance. Of course in the 70′s we did have some barbaric practices like cut out the cancer and do chemotherapy. Wait that’s what we still do…

    The two areas that medicine has improved on is 1)drugs (and libs hate drug companies) and 2) adapting high tech instrumentation to medicine. For example, the medical industry didn’t develop tiny cameras, the electronics industry did and they didn’t do it for the medical industry.

  • deeme

    Obama care puts your healthcare in the hands of the IRS and gives the doctor and hospital the right to draft money out of your bank account directly… but who cares what’s in  it , they sure don’t.. Republicans freed the slaves keep saying it, they don’t care …Whatever they are using to brainwash them with is sooo good a clear thought never enters their head again.  Abortion has killed more human beings then all the wars combined but who’s counting.

  • Ribbey

     Faux Q!

  • smartgranny55

    I am also disabled.  My meds are expensive.  One is not covered by medicare part D.  The co-pays on the others are high.  Under Obamacare, I doubt I would receive all the help I need.  My church helps me pay some of my medical bills.  With our economy failing, more and more people are unable to get and keep employment, which means that there is less real money in the economy.  Since people are making less, less is being donated to churches and private charity agencies.  The private charities and churches have been and continue to be more effective than public aid.  The safety net for low income disabled people isn’t going to go away.  But, if the economy collapses, medicare will decrease coverage, social security won’t provide any security.  Already it is harder to buy groceries, pay to heat my home, put gas in my car, etc.

  • westoast

    He just changed his phaser setting from “Duh” to “Doh!”

  • Ribbey

    Good Evening Buckeye! ~..~
    Agreed!!

  • Tony_Seco

    Not the sweet innocent Ann we all know and love!

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Howdy Buckeye

  • Tony_Seco

    Another nice brit bike! LOL!!!

  • westoast

    I know I shouldn’t talk to folks that way.
    I can’t help it with some people. I can’t resist.
    I DON’T HAVE THE POWER!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Hannah-Abbott/100001145910796 Hannah Abbott

    Obama’s 39 months as commander in chief have been an absolute FAILURE by any objective, subjective or toss a coin standard.  I suggest you discuss this matter with ANYONE who works in the intelligence field . . yes, he killed Bin Laden (IMO, only because he got intelligence that BL was working to killl him), but he has given away intelligence and defense secrets to our enemies.  

    He has continually humiliated our allies. . .Tom, you really need to grab a clue.. . .Obama has made this country less safe, less wealthy and less free than we were 39 months ago. ..

  • kenhowes

    Essentially what the President was trying to do was to make an argument to the Court on the case without prior notice to the opposing parties.  That is called an ex parte communication.  For him as a lawyer, that is an unethical act.  I suspect that he has just thoroughly alienated not only the one moderate justice on the Court–Kennedy–but perhaps even some of the justices who might have been friendly to him.  I can’t imagine that Breyer, Sotomayor or Ginsburg could be too pleased about this, either. I won’t comment on what I think of Kagan participating in that case after having been the Administration’s lawyer, the Solicitor General.

    The 5th Circuit’s reaction to his comments probably reflects the reaction of a great many judges.  The funny thing is–if he weren’t a lawyer, the President’s comments wouldn’t be a big deal; non-lawyers, beyond being told they shouldn’t make ex parte communications, aren’t subject to sanctions, and they would also not be expected to understand constitutional law.  But this guy TAUGHT constitutional law, and at a very good law school!

    Of course, his comment about a “strong majority” was about as dishonest a statement as could be imagined.  The vote was 219-212!  That’s about as bare a majority as could have been imagined, and that in a heavily Democratic House.  The present House wouldn’t have passed the bill; it wouldn’t have come close.  Those who weren’t following the vote, but just listened to the President’s speech probably imagine that the vote must have been something like 250-180.

    In short, the President disgraced himself with his comments at so many levels that it is simply appalling.

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    Hello LeAnn and Ribbey too!  You’ll never guess who I met in Washington DC at the airport yesterday:  Michael Steele!  He’s the former RNC Chair and we had a nice talk.  He’s very optimistic about the Senate this November.

  • planeboy

    NOT…West…is the ticket..

  • BuckeyePhysicist

     Hello!  I’m back from a couple days in our nation’s capital and I need a hot shower.  HAHA!

  • Tony_Seco

     Fewer than who?

    Post the site, we’ll check it out. Is it running at over 2PPM (posts per minute)

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     What’s his outlook on the WH?

  • BuckeyePhysicist

     Not so good.  He is afraid Mitt Romney is McCain 2.0.

  • deeme

    very very good points and they are trying to shut down the soup kitchens with regulations , they want to kill private charities..

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     I kind of figured that.

  • deeme

    Don’t get too used to it..if this whole thing doesn’t get thrown out I promise you it won’t be long before we are single payer..It will cost much less to pay the penalty ,then pay for the insurance for employees, they are already saying that is his plan all along..to make it so expensive that everyone drops their employees..

  • jtgardin

    Spinning has become almost laughable. I don’t mind it when Obama or any of his buds spin the truth, the problem I see is they are believing their own stuff. Go ahead look me in the eye and spread your fertilizer, but please get back to planet earth and quit believing your own crap. 

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    Michael Steele pointed out that Mitt Romney attacks President Obama very well but cannot articulate any of his own ideas or alternatives to the president’s positions.  Attacking is great but if you cannot posit your own ideas and defend them you’ll lose.

    (Like McCain, Dole, Bush 41, Ford, etc….)

  • BuckeyePhysicist

     Gas is FIVE BUCKS in DC and HIGHER!  OMG!

  • Tony_Seco

     I think he also reminded all of them of the public tongue lashing he gave them at the State of the Union address.

    I’m sure that’s considered smart in states 51 through 57.

  • deeme

    I hope you are right ,I actually thought it might go totally against him after I heard what he said come out of his own mouth..but I’m pretty sure that’s a negative with two at least..

  • westoast

     The government can charge hundreds of millions, even billions of dollars for the services charities provide. If they can just find a way to stop citizens from helping each other for free, out of the kindness of their hearts.
    Communists believe charity should be a business. And government it’s soul vendor.

  • deeme

    I hope you are right I will feel much safer…

  • Tony_Seco

    McCain was also unwilling to attack.

    Obama legally questioned McCain’s legitimacy as a presidential candidate due to his place of birth! lol!!!!

    McCain failed to return the favor…

  • BuckeyePhysicist

     Most of us are similarly mystified over Ann’s political crushes on Mittens and Krispy Kreme.  However, she’s an entertaining writer and she has the right to be wrong.

  • Tony_Seco

    Make the citizenry poorer. Works every time.

  • deeme

    Very Very True…They want total control over everything..

  • westoast

     Here Riblet.
    Don’t say I never gave ya nuthin’.
    http://www youtube com/embed/87xNpOYOlQ4?rel=0

  • Ribbey

     >,,<          ^. .^            ~ , , ~  
                                        
                                 ~,,~       ~,,~
             ~ , , ~ 
                              ^..^

         ~ , , ~         Hey Toast!    ~ , , ~
                                        
                                            ~,,~      

                               ^ . .^            

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Well lets pray, and pray hard. I had a conversation with a gal from the Romney campaign yesterday, and mentioned those concerns. She told me that conservatives and the base were going to be very pleased. I hope she wasn’t just blowing smoke.

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    “All conservatives,” you say?  That’s painting with a broad brush, and you’re mistaken about the conservative view of civil rights:  WE GOT OUR START OVER CIVIL RIGHTS, YOU JACKWAGON!  The only time we conservatives have ever practiced segregation is when sorting laundry.  It was the Democrats who have kept our black brothers and sisters down, not us.  Now not all conservatives believe the same things, either, and I’m a perfect example because I oppose capital punishment in all cases.  Now I don’t put this issue on the same level as my opposition to abortion, but there are conservative reasons to oppose the death penalty too.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     He’s a troll Buckeye

  • planeboy

    Hello…BINGO…it’s all about the government taking over and putting the insurance companies out of the game…they want that money for themselves…than they can say..sorry your to old your just gonna have to die..

  • Ribbey

     Yes I do! Nice opportunity! That’s good news!

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    LeAnn, this is EXACTLY why I worry.  All I hear from the Romney camp is how much we are GOING to be pleased, we have to wait until after the nomination to discover “the real Romney,” and other such rot.  It’s always about what’s coming in the future with Romney and his supporters and I hear nothing at all which leads me to believe we will ever hear something definitive from the guy.

  • BuckeyePhysicist

     I even want to convert trolls.

  • Ribbey

     I heard that! ~..~

  • deeme

    Hope this makes you feel a little better…

    by Black & Right
    Please don’t mistake this as overconfidence, but I firmly believe what I told
    Michael Coren on Sun News a couple days ago: President Obama will not be
    reelected, will be beaten badly, and here are five reasons why….
    1: The 2010 MIDTERM MOMENTUM HAS NOT SUBSIDED
    Can anyone show me one
    indicator that proves Republican-conservative-independent anti-Democrat
    sentiment has cooled since November 2010? [snip]
    2: THE MEDIA SAYS THE RACE WILL BE CLOSE. WHAT ELSE CAN THEY SAY?
    The
    liberal media needs the appearance of some kind of drama to sell newspapers and
    commercials on their cable and network broadcasts. [snip]
    3: OBAMA’S BEING ABANDONED QUICKER THAN SOILED TISSUE
    Oil speculators and
    OPEC aren’t doing much to lower politically-murderous gasoline prices, the
    campaign dollars aren’t flowing in as predicted, flaky college students made
    history in 2008 and now find that so yesterday, potential foreign conflicts are
    not observing the presidential campaign schedule-time out period, and those in
    his closest circles started looking for the exits months ago.
    4: HAD ENOUGH!
    President Obama was sold to the American people as the
    great unifier, but he and his supporters seem to believe if they insult us
    enough, we’ll just all throw up our hands in surrender and pledge to vote
    Democrat for life. [snip]
    5: OBAMA IS ACTING DEFEATEDIn listening to his campaign speeches, he’s
    not trying to convince the few that are still on the fence to join his side.
    He’s lashing out. [snip]

  • TomPaineJr

    Does Bush’s Sec of Defense count? Gates said Obama’s decision to send the seals in to get bin Laden instead of just bombing the house was one of the most courageous he saw a President make. Obama gave away intelligence and defense secrets?  Cite something specific, you liar. Humiliated our allies? Chaney called out best NATO allies “old Europe” when they refused to support the idiotic invasion of Iraq based on lies. Obama had support of NATO and the Arab League to get rid of Kadhafi.
    Pull your head out.

  • planeboy

    I think if he is the VP on the ticket the race card falls a part..other than that I love the guy..

  • equsnarnd

    Here are the Nine Noble Virtues of the Asatru.
    1) Courage
    2) Truth
    3) Honour
    4) Fidelity
    5) Discipline
    6) Hospitality
    7) Industriousness
    8) Self Reliance
    9) Perseverance
    These come from what are known as the Ancient Heathens or Pagans.  Christ nor the Jews were anywhere to be found.

  • Ribbey

     ” I let you touch me cowboy. I think I need a bath”  

                         Geena Davis in Long Kiss Goodnight

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    If you really want to snap a Mitt Romney voter out of a self-absorbed stupor, try this:  When discussing the Supreme Court and health care, refer to the Affordable Care Act as “the Romney-Obama Plan.”  That gets them thinking hard about how closely these plans are linked and once they realize RomneyCare was the “beta test” for ObamaCare, Romney voters run at light speed to support Rick Santorum.  I did that in Washington this week and the effect was dramatic; I think I converted about twenty people.

  • Ribbey

     Ugh!

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Are you going to vote for Romney since it’s looking like he’s going to be the nominee?

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    The problem with you is, you haven’t seem my glorious man boobs and my new hair plugs. Under a program started by Obama, I was able to teach marxism to school children and half wit college kids still living with their mommies and the government paid for part of my plugs. So far I have only been able to have the back 1/5th of my massive skull plugged.

    Whatdya think so far? All the chicks dig me, don’t they?

  • A_friendly_reader

    Mr. Pain, I see you interpret the prohibition against quartering of troops in homes as “privacy rights.”

    Privacy rights?

    Yes, privacy rights.

    Congratulations. We’ve finally found one of the “Professor” Obama’s former law students. The first one. 

    This is great. Are you available for appointment to the SCOTUS the next time a vacancy pops up?

  • planeboy

    I’m checking my flag as we speak…

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    Yes, of course, if he IS the nominee.   I’m not some crybaby who will throw my vote away on a third party hack because I don’t get my way in the primary.  In fact, I’ve NEVER supported the eventual nominee in the primary but I always do in the general election.

  • planeboy

    What’s our choice…

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    You iz a good lookin’ feller and you looks even smarter than me or my cousin Mike.

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    I told you I was a good lookkin’ feller and my comb over and man boobs were very much exaggerated by Little Joe and Lonsey.

    xoxox

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    I would make you feel so much, Paine!

  • Ribbey

     This better be good! heh heh heh~ BRB ~,,~

  • planeboy

     on ’Post-Racial’ Lynch Mob 5 hours agoI am a janitor! That is the same as a teacher!…….I think about says it all…

  • bloodaxe

    Should Mr. Obama get another 4 years in office he may change things in a way you won’t like. For example the Bill of Rights could be pared down to 2 things:  (1.) You have the right to keep your mouth shut. And (2.) You have the right to do as you’re told.  As far as the Government is concerned it’s even simpler; it has the right to do whatever it wants. If you don’t like that, refer to your rights.

  • equsnarnd

    Ask you guys a question and you all go mute.  Why is that?  Is the question that difficult?
    Here is something from the Egyptian 5th dynasty, which would have been 3777 to 2832  BC, nary a Jew or Christian around, eh?Autobiographies provide us with our earliest source for ethical values. They mostly date from the 5th Dynasty onward, and appear to be written for the tomb owner’s descendents. For example, an official by the name of Nefer-seshem-re tells us that: I have left my city, I have come down from my province, having done what is right (ma’at) for its lord, having satisfied him with that which he loves,I spoke ma’at and I did ma’at, I spoke well and I reported well….I rescued the weak from the hand of one stronger than he when I was able;I gave bread to the hungry, clothing [to the naked], a landing for the boatless.I buried him who had no son,I made a boat for him who had no boat,I respected my father, I pleased my mother,I nurtured their children.How is this possible, without a Judeo-Christian morality?

  • Ribbey

    ..

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    Here’s the other thing that scares me:  Turnout in the 2012 GOP Primaries all across the country is VERY low.  Mitt Romney may have the most delegates and he may actually get the 1,144 he needs to win the nomination but the enthusiasm just is NOT there.  The low turnout proves it and if conservatives are packing it in and staying home in the primaries, who’s to say they won’t stay home in November?  I’m not trying to spoil things here and I’m usually very optimistic but on this issue I see nothing but bad.

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    Geena Davis is YUCKY-POO!  She’s also a big lib which adds to the ugly factor.

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    ;)

  • Skip Knittle

    You don’t deserve the name TomPain.

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    You forgot to mention that I have a fine rack of man boobs! AND I wipe my own ass!

  • A_friendly_reader

    His posts look good.

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    “Now I’m not saying Barack Obama is not a loyal American, but I heard his favorite breakfast is Eggs Benedict Arnold.”

    - Me (Today in DC)

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Well he wasn’t my first choice or second choice, but I intend to get out there and campaign for him because I love this country too much to sit on my butt and just wait to vote.

  • BuckeyePhysicist

     Oh I’ll be right there with you (if he is the nominee).

  • BuckeyePhysicist

    ObamaCare is going down faster than Monica Lewinsky.  The only justices who will support it will be Ruth Buzzi Ginsburg and oh, what’s that guy’s name?  Oh yes, Elena Kagan.  My thought is that ObamaCare will be defeated 7-2.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Thank you, because I’m taking it on faith that the Mother of 3 little kids who is working on his campaign is just as terrified as most of us are at the direction this country is going, and she said she looked at her children and decided she has to work on his campaign. I give that Mom a lot of credit.

  • westoast

    On his the topping is called “holiday” sauce. His whole family loves the stuff.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Well PB, I thought about it for awhile and this is something I’m not doing half hearted.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HV4XRDQ5FM4O2HMS2D3OPV44QM Neal

    You made this comment because you  had nothing to say about the content of the article, or you don’t like women who shave their legs and don’t reek of patchouli?

  • Ribbey

    Well blow me down! Who knew, bald eagles could do the breast stroke for 800 yards!

                                     T H A N K S! `,,`

  • unakypiya

     Nice traveling suit of hot tar ‘n feathers would round out the bon voyage party

  • Ribbey

     Son of gun! Swimming bald eagles!

                                                              Thanks ! Toast!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Bucky,I think the factor that pushed Mitt over the hump was the media-perpetuated myth that he stood the best chance to defeat Obama, when the truth is that he was by far the worst prospect, other than Ron Paul, who’s a libertarian RINO.In fact, Myth has been a miserable failure at the ballot box and has more baggage than anyone but Noot; at the same time Noot has some solid strengths, and Myth really has none of significance.I yelped about this for months, rolling out the details proving the enormous Rahmney downside, but few conservatives bought it. They have a gut-level distrust of Myth, but they largely refused to acknowledge what a fail he’s likely to be electorally. He’s likely to be the best thing to happen to Obama this year.As dismissive as conservatives are of the mainstream press, they tend to swallow its propaganda on a level comparable to libs if the media don’t overplay their hand, as they’ve done with the Martin-Zimmerman deal.

  • westoast

     I was fishing one day, without luck, and a bald eagle flew past me carrying a large trout in it’s talons.
     I think I heard him laughing. I don’t think it was the fish.
    But the fish was probably laughing at me before the eagle caught him.
    I can’t think of a way to turn this post back onto the topic.
    Lawyer. That should do it.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     The fish and the lawyer are both slimy

  • a. palmer jr.

    It’s hard to think that Kagan might not be the slightest bit biased on Obamacare since she helped with it. 

  • A_friendly_reader

    Within the past couple of days, someone on this board said she contributed money to the Romney campaign.That just empowers Romney’s lib side. Contributions should be made to conservative organizations which will push Myth rightward.That won’t stop him from drifting to the center or beyond once he’s elected, but it will force him to start from a more conservative vantage point, and then it will be more difficult for him to maneuver leftward.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    BBL

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     That would be me whom you are referring to.

  • Ribbey

     LOL! One video was of a bald eagle in manitobe lake in Canada that swam for about 800 yrds and survived… heh heh heh!  Yep! Everything eats everything! ha ha ha!

  • a. palmer jr.

    If I was on the Supreme Court and the President came in and gave us a speech like Obama did, you could bet your boots that I’d vote to overturn Obamacare in it’s entirety!

  • Kenn Dillon

     Well said Frank. 

  • westoast

     You can wash the slime off the fish when you clean it.
    If you wash the slime off a lawyer there is no more lawyer.

  • A_friendly_reader

    If only it was just a matter of being wrong. Her Mittsy columns were stuffed with misrepresentations and falsehoods. She’s a good ally on most issues, but she’s entirely unprincipled and dishonest and has no compunctions about twisting the truth. That goes for political matters and non-political, as when she gave Amanda Knox the shaft. Posters knowledgeable on the case blew her out of the water.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I don’t have a set of calipers with me, so I could be wrong, but is he getting a biggerhead?

  • Steven Chavez

    TY, I’ve analyzed exactly what you are writing about. I have been fighting this type of person since 1986 and I am at WAR with them.  I’ve been on TV, national and local radio, newspapers, and the internets since then warning and screaming which leads me here.  I’ve been in the ring with them. I know their tactics and their goals. When they see me walk into their meetings and events, I truly scare them. I’ve had death threats and have been attacked by “peace” people who are actually extremely hateful and violent!

    Our brave soldiers fight the enemy abroad. I fight the “ENEMY WITHIN,” our biggest enemy that Obama is the leader of. So much for his oath!

    I’ve studied Obama and have come to the PROFESSIONAL AND EXPERT opinion that he is A COMMUNIST! Not a Socialist, which is just the PC word for Communist. Not a liberal or a leftist. A COMMUNIST! EVERYTHING ABOUT HIM, and many of the people he surrounds himself with, are his “Circle of Communists.”  Too bad they are still in the closet but they have to be.  

    What is he doing? 

    “The Freedoms in the Constitution to overthrow the Constitution!”

  • Ribbey

     why won’t sharks eat lawyers?

                         professional courtesy….

  • a. palmer jr.

    Wow! This is gonna be a hard act to follow!

  • Ribbey

    ROFL!!

                        CNN weather ditz, blames tornadoes in Dallas Metroplex on global warming!

  • jim_robert

    Obama
    signs broccoli mandate

    WASHINGTON, DC (Rooters) –
    By J. Horsesnort, Associated Presstitutes
    April 12, 2013

    By
    a vote of 219 to 212, the newly re-elected Speaker of the House, Nancy Peulousy
    and her Democrat dominated House of Representatives passed the Broccoli Reform
    Bill, mandating all United States citizens to purchase – and eat – at least 5
    tons of broccoli per year. Members of the current Congress were exempted from
    this requirement on page 8,432 of the measure, as were all unions contributing
    to the “Re-elect Obama for a Third Term” campaign, which kicked off the day
    after President Obama was sworn in three months ago.  While no one in the
    recently re-elected Democratic Congress has actually read the bill yet, Speaker
    Peulousy indicated that the measure will cover the estimated 32 million
    Americans who currently do not have full broccoli coverage on their dinner
    plates. Low income individuals – primarily anyone who does not work for the
    government – will receive supplemental broccoli coverage, similar to the widely
    popular SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Plan) from the USDA, and its
    new sister plan, the U.N. mandated Supplemental Carrot Assistance Treaty
    (SCAT). The estimated cost of the reform over the next 10 years is currently
    expected to be $940 billion, which will be revised in three months time to
    $8,937 billion. A senior Obama administration official was quick to comment on
    this total expenditure, noting “Yes, this is a relatively large amount, but it
    is nothing we can’t print our way out of. Besides, even the revised figure is
    only 10% of the total cost of Michelle Obama’s last no-frills vacation, where
    she rented out the country of Lichtenstein for herself and 800 of her Chicago
    cronies.” 

    Starting
    in 2016, individuals would be required to purchase broccoli coverage or face a
    fine of up to $695 or 2.5 percent of income, whichever is greater. The plan
    includes a hardship exemption for cauliflower eaters  as well as a
    CO2/global warming exemption for those who get gas from broccoli. A “white
    folks” tanning bed tax of 10 percent would raise $2.7 billion between 2010 and
    2019, and the administration is currently considering ways to tax those getting
    a tan outside from the sun. Companies with more than 50 employees will be
    required to pay the 10.9%: Broccoli Part A (broccoli insurance) tax
    rate, which will be increased by 12.35 percent per year. Kale and rutabaga
    eaters will be exempted up to 10% of their annual income per the “In Lieu
    Vegetable Rule,” as long as the kale or rutabagas are Monsanto approved.

    In
    related news, the Obama administration’s Broccoli Czar, Brachia Corrumpere, announced a $2
    billion dollar government grant on Tuesday for a new solar powered broccoli
    factory, Broclyndra, to be located in Chicago. The newly appointed CEO, “Don”
    Corzini, stated from his head office in Antigua that a new $735
    million state-of-the-art robotic plant will utilize tax dollars from the rich
    by composting them, and using as fertilizer. Said Corzini “With our dollar
    already in the toilet, this is a truly fitting use for all that ‘extra’ money.”

  • a. palmer jr.

    Let’s just check out our next President more than we did this one…If he refuses to turn over anything, like a birth certificate, just vote him out!  Obama still hasn’t turned over a legal birth certificate and we’re gonna let him run for a second term!

  • bloodaxe

    Global warming melted the glaciers at the end of the last ice age 10,000 years ago. It was caused by heat & smoke from the campfires of cavemen.
    It took a really big smoky fire to cook a wooly mammoth.

  • Ribbey

     LMAO! ~,,~

  • AustinAndy

     How can you be so crass?  It was caused by their horse-drawn SUV carts!  Everybody knows that.

  • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

    “So, beginning in the 1960s, liberals on the court started issuing insane rulings on a regular basis.”

    Well, they got a good head start in 1954, when the Court shamelessly based its Brown v. Board of Education decision on bad sociology.

  • AustinAndy

    Of all the candidates, Mitt Romney has the least creditable and the weakest arguement against ObamaCare.   But our dear Ms. Ann keeps saying that his is really strong because he would overturn it.   Except that is not what Mr. Romney says.  Nor do his advisers.  He will not rebut his own plan in Massachusetts and it seems clearer that he wants to reform the pig’s ear legislation of ObamaCare and turn it into a silk purse.  With the usual predictable results.

  • Tony_Seco

     I wish global warming would hurry the heck up! I’m tired of winter.

  • loydarebel

     no it’s auntjamma sauce

  • A_friendly_reader

    Roy, this is a serious matter that is leaving you, among millions of others, in serious peril.

    This was once a society that valued individuals above all. That was the breakthrough of the Revolution — one of the greatest achievements in human history.

    In this past century, with accelerating speed, we have veered in a direction whereby the state — that is, the government — is increasingly becoming the priority of society.

    The farther along toward statism we proceed, the more individuals become dispensible. The most dispensible are the ones who place a financial burden on the whole of society.

    As the corrupt and inept dispenser of money and material goods, the state is notoriously wasteful and unproductive. Its principal recipient of largesse is itself and its political allies. The rulers always fare very comfortably in a statist society. The pawns are at the whims of the rulers.

    Obamacare is a plan for rationing health care to favored groups, from organized labor to illegals — those who can be counted on to support statists. Those who will face the bite of the rationing are the people who are expensive to maintain, and you will almost surely be relegated to the ranks of not meriting financial upkeep from the state.

    This has been the pattern wherever there is state-controlled health care. Where the state is supreme, the individual is dispensible. History absolutely dictates this will happen.

    I don’t know how much support you’ll actually get from Republicans; I just know that Dems will be happy to throw you under the bus in the interest of the collective society. That’s how they’ll frame it, though in truth what they’re doing is in the interest of the state, not society, which is the people.

    Though it will probably be your primary interest, health care isn’t the only front for this philosophical divide. There are plenty of other embattled issues, from freedom of speech and freedom of religion to the right to bear arms and solidifying the borders. In truth, there are hundreds of fronts.

    The road to statism is the road to tyranny. We will not exist as a society that is half-slave and half-free. We will proceed in one direction or the other with frightening speed. We already are.

    If you want to maybe get a better handle on your own beliefs, I’d encourage you to read up on the Nolan Chart, which may give you a better grasp of where you belong in the political universe.

    Trying to figure out if you’re a Dem or a Republican won’t provide much guidance. Even trying to decide how liberal or conservative you are probably won’t be too helpful. The Nolan Chart might give you context for your own root beliefs.

    Remember that the founders bequeathed to us a system that maximized individuality and highly restricted the state. I find that  to be an ideal that would serve us well if we strove to embrace it, though we’ll never actually get all the way there.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jessica-Smith/100003257562513 Jessica Smith

    The clowns the ObamaClown would appoint to oversee 330 million people’s healthcare possibilities…THEY would be unelected.

  • loydarebel

    so finally we’ve heard the truth
      zimmerman’s dad has spoken
      on hannity,, BOY,  if this doesn’t
      make all those rascist black’s
      look stupid, then i don’t know
      what does,, remind’s me of the
      island of guam tipping over into
      the ocean

  • AustinAndy

    I am convinced that the only reason the two justices Mr. Obama has placed on the Supreme Court is to have two reliable progressive votes.  Ruth Bader-Ginsburg is a card carrying ACLU member who hates the Constitution (ref. remarks to Egypt)  and Stephen Breyer is still looking to France or somewhere for clarification of the UNITED STATES Constitution.  I certainly hope that Anthony Kennedy is offended and makes the right decision.  The other four justices will look to the Constitution and determine the mandated insurance is an overreach of the commerce clause.  Broccoli that.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Bucky Physicist (post moved to location with a reply button): ‘LeAnn, this is EXACTLY why I worry.  All I hear from the Romney camp is how much we are GOING to be pleased, we have to wait until after the nomination to discover “the real Romney,” and other such rot.  It’s always about what’s coming in the future with Romney and his supporters and I hear nothing at all which leads me to believe we will ever hear something definitive from the guy.’in reply to Sweetrae aka: LeAnn===================Bucky, the Romney campaign’s Etch-a-Sketch Division is working diligently on a secret plan to appeal to conservatives.If their plan falls flat, they will shake it up and keep developing more until one catches fire.

  • Tony_Seco

     How can you doubt the wisdom of someone who knows that we should just give grandma a pain pill for her heart problems?

    Before the death panels can start up, we’ll just have to do something about this…

    “The Age Discrimination
    Act of 1975 prohibits discrimination on the basis of age in programs and
    activities receiving federal financial assistance.”

  • A_friendly_reader

    CATO is an excellent resource. It’s also mainline libertarian. The perspective of Cato diverges a lot from conservatism and even more from Republicanism.

  • Horizon64

    ON A SACRED TRUST

    We have to trust the Supreme Court to do right by the Constitution!  Not just the words printed on the page, but what Montesquieu called the “spirit of the laws.”  This is where, apparently, Justice Kennedy comes in–the moderate one.  Let the Supreme Court make its ruling, and let the chips fall where they may.

    I agree with Bill O’Reilly that the Election could be decided by the Debates in October–that’s how close things could be in the “swing” states, especially among Independents, like me.  I never make up my mind till after watching those debates.  I have to say, though, right now I’m leaning heavily towards Romney.  My health insurance has gone up from ten bucks per week to sixty-six bucks per week–and I cannot afford it!  In the Drudge Report, I keep reading about an increasing level of lawlessness in the country.  Many of us have been victimized.  I’ve not voted for a Dem since Jimmy Carter.  Most likely, Romney will be his usual self in the debates against the President.  That means he will do very well indeed.  Unfortunately for Obama, Romney will have lots to work with by October.  He already has lots to work with, and he’s not shy about assaulting, attacking, demolishing–whatever word you like.  He knows how the game is played, and he’s shown that he is a player.  He’s also a decent human being.  An extremely competent man with an incredible record of accomplishment, especially, for example, the way he turned around the Olympics…against all odds.  I like Romney the man.  He comes across as having everything you’d want in an executive:  a good listener; shrewdness; high intelligence; practicality; frugality; common sense; decency; family values and principles; good judgment; a winning record of accomplishment; an openness and a pragmatism.  Finally, a willingness to look hard at the situation we are in, not with primarily partisan eyes, the way Obama did, but with an EYE TOWARD FIXING THE GALDANG PROBLEM.  

  • bloodaxe

    Cavemen didn’t have carts because the wheel had yet to be invented. It was those darn Egyptians and Romans with their Chariots!

  • A_friendly_reader

    A Massachusetts-Pennsylvania ticket? 

    Not serious.

  • AustinAndy

     I stand….

    corrected. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1468039409 Jeff Brodhead

    “a duly constituted and passed law.” ~Baaaaarack

    “we have to pass the bill, to see what’s in the bill.” ~~NAZI Pelosi

    I repeat: “a duly constituted and passed law.”  <<< A STINKIN' LIE!  WE HAD ZERO REPRESENTATION IN THE "MAJORITY", BECAUSE THEY VOTED ON BS-BARRY'S EVIL TRASH HEAP, WITHOUT KNOWING WHAT WAS IN IT!

  • bloodaxe

    We MUST throw Obama out. He is a puppet on a string and I think the puppeteer is none other than the demonic George Soros. We are in big trouble- the Demoncats will use voter fraud on a colossal scale in this election and if they succeed we may never recover. 

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Hi friends.

  • Ribbey

     ;-)

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/7YFSHRJMMY7CI7YP7YUOWL5PUY Marc J

    The right to abortion “emanated from the penumbras of the Constituition”, according to that moron Chief Justice in 1973.

  • westoast

     If we all go outside and hyper-ventilate at the same time we shouyd be in August weather by tomorrow from all the CO2.

  • westoast

    If they hadn’t caused the cessation of those mammoth farts it would be one thousand degrees in summer.

  • AustinAndy

     So you believe that separate but equal was a valid arguement for segregation?  I don’t think that the 12th, 13th and 14th amendments were based on separate but equal; they were an attempt to put the black slaves on an equal judicial footing with the rest of the country’s population.  Plessy  vs. Ferguson in 1896 was a clear attempt to subvert the 14th amendment to the Constitution and maintain a racially dicriminatory system in the South.

    All Brown vs. Board of Education does is adhere to the Constitution as amended by the post Civil War amendments.  In spite of their progressive leanings, they got that decision right.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I hate to Paine on your parade, but Stop The Hallucinating.The war in Afghanistan was on a roll when Obama took over. He then proceeded to impose far stricter limits on use of assets than the military wanted (or Bush would have imposed those limits). Obama promised the enemy we’d leave before finishing our mission. He refused to provide anywhere near the additional troops that the commanders wanted. And he removed the top commander because his underlings made snarky, unauthorized statements in a bar while off the record.It’s been a tumble downhill ever since, as you know full well, since it’s common knowledge. If you don’t admit that, you’re being dishonest as usual.Obama withdrew troops from Iraq but failed to negotiate an extension in good faith that would have allowed Iraq to make its transition easier and is complicating Iraq’s efforts to become a peacetime success.In throwing Iran’s dissidents under a tank and subverting friendly governments in Egypt, Israel and other Middle Eastern countries, Obama is driving Iraq into the arms of Iran. He is fully allied with the Muslim Brotherhood, in fact, as you full-well know, and he is even planning or trying to find a way to send the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt billions of US dollars even if Congress won’t authorize it — even as Egypt’s rulers have torpedoed peace with Israel that’s been in place more than 35 years.BTW, We’re still waiting for Obama to prosecute Major Nidal, the apparent Fort Hood killer.The killing of enemy leaders including bin Laden is the culmination of years and years of intelligence efforts, and Obama actually has been hostile to intelligence, exposing operatives to prosecution in other countries. Obama just benefited from the overlap. So many people knew about bin Laden that had Obama not authorized the mission, the information would quickly have leaked to the news media and Obama would have been boiled alive.Let me rub your nose into this: Obama and Biden — Dumb and Dumber — wanted the US to bail out of Iraq and let the terrorists and jihadis take over. They were opposed to the so-called surge despite the advice of military leadership.After taking over Iraq, al Queda would have brought the entire Middle East into its control.Your putrid attempts to credit Obama with success in Iraq is reprehensible, ridiculous and so dishonest as to make Goebbels’ descendants blush, if any are still around.If posts here were based on merit, you wouldn’t be allowed in the door.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Which is what Tom Paine wants, Hannah. Have you ever read his posts?

  • loydarebel

     leann,,, ribbey,,
      good morning young ladys

  • Horizon64

    Thanks for the comment. I hear you!

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    bloodaxe wrote, in response to Horizon64:
    We MUST throw Obama out. He is a puppet on a string and I think the puppeteer is none other than the demonic George Soros. We are in big trouble- the Demoncats will use voter fraud on a colossal scale in this election and if they succeed we may never recover. Link to comment

  • loydarebel

     and toast  and all the other
      good god damn fine folk’s here

  • AustinAndy

     During a mini-global warming period around 1000 AD, England was growing grapes and making wine.  After global cooling occurred, grapes would not grow there and they had to turn to France and Germany for wines because their climates were warmer.  Based on this, maybe global warming isn’t such a bad thing after all.  I could always go for a decent home grown wine.

  • Ribbey

     Ima watchin zimmerman’s daddy
    hey loyd….

  • A_friendly_reader

    Then let Ann be a model for you.

  • loydarebel

     i can’t wait to go swimming and
      getting a good tan in antartica
      some day soon

  • A_friendly_reader

    Feel free to vote for him.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Look at you! You’re looking better than ever. But change that necktie once in a while, would you?

  • loydarebel

     trayvon started the whole thing
      he act’s like he was brought up,
      i don’t know anyone that would
      of acted like they were some badass,
      looking for trouble for no reason at all,
      the kid to me ,, got what he had coming
       ”there was a reason before all of this
      as to why floida passed the damn law in
       the firsrt place,, you have the right to
      protect chur self from those that think
       that they can do whatever they want
      to someone..

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Huh?

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Oh never mind I’m a little slow tonight :)

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Morning loyd, keepin that Yeti in line there?

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    I was watching that also.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Sorry to be a buzzkill, Horizon, but Obama will take the debates. He’s smoother than Romney by miles, and he’ll get fawning follow-up coverage.

    Myth Romney fared poorly in the debates but wasn’t noticed so much because the remarks were divided between four or six or eight candidates, so there was little head-to-head confrontation.

    Observers (left and right) often commented on how Myth bobbled answers and evaded direct answers. That behavior will be far more noticeable in a head-to-head.

    Both candidates have tons of ammunition to fire at the other .But Obama is much more polished; he’s spent his whole life learning how to campaign and his entire presidency has been a campaign.

    Myth is a repeatedly failed  campaigner who has won one election his entire life, despite trying for almost 2 decades. He’ll be very fortunate to pull a draw.

    Circumstances will decide this election more than the candidates, plain and simple. Steel yourself for an October surprise, very possibly involving a collision with Iran.

    Obama will stop at absolutely nothing.

    Nothing.

  • Ribbey

    I think the whole racial aspect is gonna fall apart like the lawyer said.
     Looks like the kid picked a fight to teach zimmerman a lesson(bullying is a predominant mindset and problem in public schools) to instill fear.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Well seems rather quiet here so I’ll be going to bed. Skelton friends.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    I was thinking that as well. Unfortunately unless Zimmerman is arrested, charged and found guilty of murder, no matter if he’s guilty or not you know the race baiters will cause riots like what happened in LA.

  • Ribbey

     Trayvvon was mad and picked a fight. Zimmermand’s father said that zimmerman told him that when Trayvon asked him if he had a problem he said no, and trayvon replied “you do now” and jumped him.

  • loydarebel

     hey leann,, you never here of a yeti
      acting like an wild animal,, normal
      folk’s act reasonable,, trayvon had
      no right jumping zimmerman,, a normal
      person would of went up to zimmerman
      had said hey man, why are you following me
      and zimmerman would of explained, but
      insted,, trayvon acted like a wild animal
      and the law has said,, when your life feel’s
      threated by someone,, you have the right
      to prtect yourself,, zimmerman didn;t do
      anything that you ori wouldn’t have done,
       zimmerman will not be arrested,, he didn’t
      do anything wrong,, i hope that this law
      will finally wake up folk’s who think that
      they can just do whatever they feel like
      doing to a person,, i think all 57 states
      pass the law

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    I agree

  • loydarebel

     im just getting started and your going to bed,
      we’ll you have a good night young lady,
      don;t forget yeti in your prayers

  • Ribbey

     Any excuse will do for them at this point, it’s a mob mentality……

  • shellback1952

    Well written. That great summary of events. Hopefully we can make major changes in November.

  • loydarebel

     it look’s like it’s gonna be romney ribbey
      i sure hope that he doesn’t let us down,
       anyway,, i feel as time goes bye,, we;ll
      all got behind the feller and defeat
      the worst president who is ten times
      worser then carter ever was,, i know
      romney ain’t perfeact,, i wish perry wasn’t
      so goofy in those debate’s and cain
      just disapointed us all,, i really like cain

  • Ribbey

     3 people need to charged. 1)spike lee 2)rosanne barr 3) black panther leader

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    If the race baiters riot then whatever they burn or destroy should never be restored.  They love some excuse to burn the stores that served them for years and kill the store owners who served them for years when some folks get tribal they go nuts.

    One day whitey may go nuts and really kick some ass.  Whitey has let others go nuts for years and like I said one day whitey will have enough and the poo poo will hit the fan.   These people know just where to riot and normally they hurt their own people in the end.  Al Sharpton and other race baiting slugs should be run out of America.

  • Ribbey

     Agreed! 100%

  • loydarebel

     ya,, but thats not gonna happen
       it’s really scarey that so many
      liberal minded folk’s are even
      living in this great country,
      i don’t for the life of me
      i dson’t even understand
      what it is that they are even saying
       half th e time,, i take that back
      i don’t eunderstand anyting
      that comes out of there mouth’s

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Remember when I said I have a full head of thick luscious hair?

    I Lied!

    Goobers!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Does a 45 inch comb over count for a full head of hair? 

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    When you run Rev. Al out of America, I will go with him because he will need someone to lick his shoes clean every day.

  • Ribbey

     My grandpa once told me he could do ANYTHING. He said “well, I can even find an honest man in the whitehouse!”  I’m still praying about it, if Romney’s the only other one on the ticket he’ll have to do. Obama’s going down, if I get part of my prayers answered…..

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Look at my picture again, Appymeister. My hairline receded so far towards the back of my head that I had to give up on the comb over. Unless the back of my hair grows down to my waist, I will never have enough for a combover of this shiny dome.

    Maybe ShurGay will lone me his Shirly Temple wigs.

  • rboylern

    Let’s face it.  Both Dems and Repubs want the rule of law only when it satisfies whatever it is they want.  If it ghoes the other way then everyone jumps around and starts yelling about judicial activism.  This is not a liberal/conservative thing since both tend to do it.  As to tea partiers and the Constitution.  Sometimes I do wonder just how many of them have actually taken time to read the thing and to understand it.  I confess that I have not read the entire Consitution, so I don’t really want to thrown stones at peopla – but still and all those who run around yelling about the Constitution should have an understanding of this precious document which forms the basis of laws in this nation.  As to the Federalist Papers – these do not have the effect of law, though many points raised therein are definitely worth consideration if we want to educate ourselves about the history of our country.

  • Hal Matthews

    Thank you for your service, my good man, and keep up the good fight.

    Well, of course this impostor is a damned Communist. If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, you’re not going to sell me that it’s a Rueben sandwich.

  • Ribbey

     Prayer is a powerful thing loyd,

     even if you can’t see it!

                     kinda like yeti…….

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Actually five people should be charged. Add my parents in there for having a son with a face like a baboons ass.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Agree Ribbey and millions can attest to that fact that prayer coming from a child of God is the most powerful thing on this Earth and in the universe.  Prayer is connected to God through the holy ghost and God delights in the prayer of the believer.

  • Hal Matthews

    Excellent, Frank. As brevity is the soul of wit, you have distilled the oceanic sewer of American Democrats into it’s rightful outhouse with two terse sentences.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    rboylern

    It wasn’t the Republicans that presented Row Vs wade and taking bibles out of schools etc.and all sorts of bias rights and Gay marriage.  It wasn’t Republicans that passed thousands of laws making everything a felony either.   All sorts of laws passed by socialist Democrats that infringe on our rights and liberties were made after over 45 years of Democrat control of congress.

    You are sadly mistaken if you think making laws to increase socialism is just the rule of law. 

  • Ribbey

     When I see , seemingly impossible things come to fruition,
     that only I knew I was praying about, there’s no way in the
     world to describe that feeling to someone, they must do it,
      to see it for themselves! ~,,~

  • billwhit1357

    I have had the highest respect for every President of my country since I was old enough to know what a President was, until now.  I still respect the office, but I have totally no respect for Obama.  I would love to see his records that he keeps hidden.  I bet money he was one of the worst students in school.  And a Constitutional Law Professor….PLEASE!  That I do not believe!  Of course, as liberal as our schools are nowdays, it would not surprise me that they put him in that position, but, everyone who took a class under him should have to take it again, under a Real Constitutional Law instructor.  My God, Obama is the Most Pathetic Person I have ever seen and I will bet money, history will show that Obama was a FAKE American and pulled the biggest SCAM in world history.

  • jas

    I can accept the rule of law–when the Three Stooges, the Withered Ginsberg, the Soylent Sotomayor, and the Lovely (lol) Kagan do too. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Jas,

    There are three of the biggest nut cases in the country. 

  • jas

    Three of the most Left-wing Radicals to ever straddle the Constitution!!!

  • jas

    Don’t do it!   I know where that tongue’s been!   LOL!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Exactly!!!

    The 2cnd Amendment has two parts. The first is the Militia clause that governed the Militia act of 1792.

    The second part refers to the people.

  • Ribbey

     do you mean the 3 stoogetts? LOL

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    The Democrat socialists only play when the deck is stacked …and that includes voter fraud and donations and the courts.  The voter’s voice and choice  means nothing to Democrats .  After states voted on gay marriage and said “no” the Democrat liars and deceivers just took the issue to court before an activist Judge. To Hell with the people’s voice.

    The same goes for the health care Marxist B/S the people of America were and are against it by a large majority ..to Democrats …so what.. The constitution and the rule of law mean absolutely nothing to this President and now he shows no regard for the Supreme Court but do you hear any outrage coming from Democrat voters?

    Hell no, half of them don’t know what State they live in or their governor’s name or which side of the moon is shining.

  • jas

    Good one.  LOL!!!

    The scary part is Ginsberg looks like Moe, Sotomayor is the spitting image of Larry, and Curly Kagan, what can I say….Nyuk Nyuk Nyuk!!!!

  • Ribbey

     ; – ))

  • westoast

     Here Appy. Listen to this nice song to sooth your worries….You’re welcome!
    Hmmmm….. put a dot after the “u” in tube. I think it will work.
    http://youtu be/5u03KAcEbEo

  • Rosanadana

    If I’m not mistaken, per the Commerce Clause, health insurance is the ONLY type of insurance that CANNOT be sold across state lines. I don’t remember how, when or why this was an exception. Can only imagine the health insurance lobby paid off some Congressmen to push it through? Selling across state lines would create competition among insurers & likely bring down the cost of health insurance & premiums. At present, insurers have monopolies in the states where they do business. Conservatives raised this obvious cost-saving initiative but the 2010 bill was created solely by liberals behind closed doors & it was not included.

    Should Obamacare be struck down by the Supreme Court, the Democrats who claimed the purpose of the “Affordable Care Act” was to reduce cost in healthcare, who created the law in a strictly partisan fashion, who excluded physicians in the closed door meetings though invited union bosses, who presented the bill just hours before the vote giving noone time to read it & who bought off the final deciding votes in several states, those liberals deserve what they get. In addition, the estimate was a lie, now CBO published the cost at almost $2 trillion, twice the original estimate. After passage, Dept of Health & Human Services immediately granted waivers of compliance to unions & other hand-picked ‘preferred’ businesses & companies.

    Hopefully the Supremes will do what is right, i.e. read the Constitution! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jim-Aroyo/100003443661447 Jim Aroyo

    Sure the courts can strike down laws.  And, if the Republicans disagree with what the courts do, that’s called judicial activism.  If they agree, it’s called strict constructionist.

  • jas

    Toasty.

    Will you run down to the Jelly Belly factory tonight for me?

  • westoast

     I probably should just for the exercise.
    I’m getting my own jelly belly.

  • Ribbey

    say, that reminds me,
     I have some mini reeses
     peanut butter cups. hmm….
    BRB

  • jas

    I’ll meet you at the Rio Vista bridge in 20 minutes!  

  • westoast

     My vehicle won’t go that fast!

  • Ribbey

     oooo la la! Yum yum…..!

  • Ribbey

     Alan Ladd in “Whispering Smith”. What a looker!  ~,,~

  • westoast

     I just googled images for the bridge because I couldn’t picture it. I don’t think I have crossed it in a couple of decades. Is it only 20 mins. from you?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    He was a short dude.

  • Ribbey

     heh heh heh! Hard to tell on the tele. 
     I did’nt know that.
           How are you? Did you see the swimming eagle?
     Are’nt the eaglets growing really fast?

  • Ribbey

     Toast,
     google Fred Hartman bridge-baytown….

  • jas

    Just about I think.

    I can get to Travis AFB in 45 minutes in light traffic.  Slower if I have to wait for one of the many car wrecks.  

  • Ribbey

     LD,

             Did you watch “White Buffalo”?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I’m fine, just went outside for the first campfire of the year. Haven’t seen the Eagle yet.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    For the fifth time, but I went to sleep.

  • jas

    It’s on now out here.  I love it when Charles Bronson’s riding that phony looking beast.  LOL!!!

  • Ribbey

     I sent you a mail of a bald eagle on film, swimming in lake manitobe…..

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Only problem is…..Hickok never used cartridge ammo.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I’ll probably see it tomorrow when I check my e-mail.

  • Ribbey

    Oh heh heh heh!
     
    Well, I just watched it for 1rst time, aaaa….. it was just o.k.

  • Ribbey

     It did look exagerrated! LOL!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I always liked it. Had Will Sampson in it.

  • jas

    I doubt if he ever rode a 20-ft tall white buffalo.  LOL!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I doubt he ever saw a white buffalo.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    It was Bronson’s last western.

  • Ribbey

     It was alrite, pretty much, except for the buffalo. Acting was real good!

  • jas

    Rosie O’Donut is a little too young.  LOL!!!

  • Ribbey

    oh wow! No, I did’nt know that…..

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Could been her momma.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I liked it….had all good actors in it, and I like anything Bronson is in. Will Sampson too.

  • Ribbey

     Oh ha ha ha ha ha !!!

  • Ribbey

    I hope zimmerman’s parents press charges on her and spike!
    Make em pay!

  • westoast

     I did. Did you build that?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Did you see Clint Walker in it? he played Whistling Jack Kileen.

  • Ribbey

     Yeah….me tooo!

  • Ribbey

     Oh yeah! I shur did! ;->

  • Ribbey

    Nah! LOL! It’s only 10 min. from my house. The old seafood resturant we go to, has one big window wall that faces it, and you can see it, while you eat dinner. It’s a new bridge, only about 6 yrs old.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KIRZSBSOQWEIGNURVTKR37LIGQ GMiller

    Re your words: ”
    Do we know for a fact that this guy went to Columbia and Harvard Law?”

    We don’t. We also don’t know for a fact that he’s a natural born citizen or even born here at all, but you don’t seem to be concerned about that at all. If you had been doing your job, there would be no Obamacare, because there would be no Obama in the White House. I suggest that you learn the facts being published by the Arpaio posse, which many of us knew before,  and learn about Article II Section 1 Clause 5, while you’re at it.

  • Ribbey

     The San Jacinto monument is just a skip from there, where the battle of San Jacinto was fought. They have a reenactment of it every year. Took the little adopted grandkids there last year. It’s a load of fun to watch!They fire these muskets, they’re real loud and smokey! They tried to get the construction of the San Jacinto monument halted because it’s taller than the Washington monument! LOL! I bought some little salt and pepper shakers there in the gift shop some time ago, and when I opened the little box, that was made of tomato crate wood, the newspaper they were wrapped in disinegrated in my hands. I looked on the bottom of the little box, and it said “made in occupied Japan” LOL!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Occupied Japan!!???  They’re valuable, did you know that!

  • Ribbey

    Who are you talking too? Are you stupid? Since when was Obama care ever in Ann Coulter’s hands?

  • Ribbey

     No, I thought they might, never checked it out, so I put them away. They only cost me 5 bucks.

  • jas

    So Red Eye’s talking about the enlisted Marine that may be kicked out of the Service for a Facebook post he made about Obama. 

    I knew that Officers were subject to punishment for speaking out against the President.

    Boy, when Clinton became President my entire unit could have been booted out!   LOL!!!

     

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I think you made a very good deal!!!!!!!!  Try checkin’ em out on ebay.

  • westoast

    This is my rifle, this is my gun..

  • Ribbey

    Did you hear today that the shooter Hassad at the military base, has asked for another extension delay for his trial? Obama does’nt want it to be held during the election… he shot 30 people, killed 13 of them!

  • jas

    I think GMiller’s reminding Ann that she thinks Obama is legally entitled to hold the office of President.  Arpaio had a team of deputies investigate Obama’s qualifications to hold office.  

    He’s supposedly got some interesting information he promises to reveal when we closer to the elections. 

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Well, you just made it on the no-fly list.

  • westoast

     That’s great! I hate those little buggers.

  • jas

    No No No No No!!!!!!!

  • westoast

     For every extension they should make the gallows 20 feet taller. Or up the caliber of the bullets.

  • jas

    ……………………………

  • westoast

     I think you misunderstood.
    I guess it was stupid to mention the president and a firearm at the same time.
    I was referring to the the scene from some movie, was it “Heartbreak Ridge?”
    This is my rifle, this is my gun, this is for fighting, this is for fun.
    In other words I was calling the president a unit.
    I’m on the no-fly list now I guess.

  • Ribbey

     I will do that! I asked the old guy in the gift shop if they were worth anything, and he said nah…so I dismissed it. When I got home I put them away with the intention to check it out some day! heh heh heh!

  • jas

    “Full Metal Jacket?”

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    And should I be asked….I don’t know you.

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ribbey

     ~~~~~~~~~~~~ BRB ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O33RM4LOJKOKP3LEWHQYFC5M3E Lynn Long

    Naaaaaaaah,,,,, just strip-searched daily.

  • westoast

     From that movie I remember ” This is my rifle, there are many like it, but this one is mine, etc..

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    It might be that they’re not, but I see “occupied Japan” items on Antiques Road Show all the time, and what I always saw was valuable.

  • John1966

    Obama knows the court has the ability to strike down laws.  His statement assumes that we believe anything he says just because he says it, no matter how manifestly stupid it is.  He really is that arrogant.

  • westoast

     I’m trying to decide who is more supportive after my screw up. You or Lynn.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I think a safe guess would be me, but I been wrong before.

  • westoast

     That was a really stupid thing to post. I didn’t realize how bad it looked until Jack said something.

  • westoast

     This probably isn’t one of those times.

  • jas

    Antiques Roadshow was in Lodi last year.  I don’t know when  they plan on broadcasting the episodes.  Or if they already did???

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Oh, I saw it right away, inmate #59038854.

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I think I saw it, but I’m not sure.

  • jas

    They always save the most expensive item for last. 

    I like Pawn Stars when an expert tells the owner that’s it’s a fake.   LOL!!!  They normally take the news pretty well, considering.

    They also have a lot of guns I’ve never seen.  Some are pretty valuable.  

  • jas

    Sooner or later they’ll ask you to stop getting back in line!  LOL!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I like that show, but they keep showing the same ones now. I don’t think I’d be sellin’ anything to those guys, but I like the show.

  • jas

    No.

    They’re just now getting around to trying that Sheik who was the mastermind of 9/11.  

  • jas

    I’m addicted to Storage Wars. 

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    You’re not foolin’ anyone….you’re addicted to Brandi.

  • westoast

    Well I better get some sleep. There will probably be a knock on the door early this morning…..
    Skelton folks!

  • jas

    I could use a snifter or two.  LOL!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Skelton WT!

  • Ribbey

     Ugh!

  • jas

    See you on the Front Page!  LOL!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Jarred doesn’t deserve her.

  • Ribbey

     ~,,~
                          ~,,~
               ~,,~              Goodnight Toast! God Bless!    ~skelton~

  • jas

    I know! 

    Every time I see Brandi I remember these words:

    “Don’t Forget to Pay the Lady!”   LOL!!!

  • jas

    Whaaaaaaaaat??????

  • Ribbey

     you were tellin me about that shiek, mastermind of 911 not being tried in court yet?

  • Ribbey

     Lynn. Good evening my dear! ~,,~

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O33RM4LOJKOKP3LEWHQYFC5M3E Lynn Long

    Howdy

  • Ribbey

     ; – )

  • Ribbey

     R U nekkid?  ;->

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O33RM4LOJKOKP3LEWHQYFC5M3E Lynn Long

    Naaaaaahh….. give me a sec.

    Yeah

  • jas

    My Eyes!

    My Ears!

    Lynn’s Erection!!!!!!

  • Ribbey

     No wait……………! LOL!

  • jas

    In GITMO.  Holder finally relented.  And Obama’s trying to pretend he never supported the Sheik’s trial in New York City. 

  • Ribbey

     heh heh heh

  • Ribbey

     yeah, I did notice that. You know, I am starting to believe Obama’s ship is truly sinking…..

  • Ribbey

     That lake is Manitake, not manitobe….

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Only one I know is Gitchiguma….shining big sea water.

  • Ribbey

     I’ve never been to Canada. Have you? I grew up near Galveston Bay, so……… in my 20′s They used to have these regatta’s and I would always get on someone’s boat as a deck hand(good sailing experience) never had much interest in lakes. My friends would get together and sail around in Bhucannon lake but I always thought, “what fun is it just sailing around in circles? They would just boo me. I would tell them….”once you’ve had the ocean, you never go back! LOL!

  • Ribbey

     I like saltwater fishing best!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    No, never been there, but I was close to it. My son went there in 2003, and my grandfather was born there.

  • Ribbey

     Was he (shucks, how do you spell?) Czek…..

  • therealguyfaux

    Judicial activism means the judge ruled against a law I like.  Judicial restraint means the judge upheld a law I like.  Whose ox is gored– that’s all it means.   The correct concept to bear in mind is “judicial modesty”; do the judges think they can solve ALL the world’s problems from the bench?  That’s reason A-no.1 never to appoint such an idiot.  Judges can only rule on the case before them, and can only “do justice” to the litigants.  Look up the Ashwander Principles;  the liberal-leaning justices came up with them to justify their rulings upholding FDR’s New Deal– they were judicial-restraintists back then.  But what goes around comes around and bites you in the arse if you live long enough.  Anyone who thinks the right to reproductive privacy won’t be argued as a States’ Rights issue by the Lefties should Roe v Wade ever be thrown out will be very surprised– ditto gay marriage; “States’ Rights,” which the lefties found so repugnant in the 60′s, is now their ally, at least on those issues.    Judges can’t “…save the world today”; that’s for Annie Lennox and former UK PM Gordon Brown.  What judges CAN do is to save us from those who want to save the world today by saying “That’s all well and good, but it ain’t legal.”

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    No, they were Scotts.

  • Ribbey

    Oh I see…. There was a lot of work on the island back then….

  • Ribbey

    “George Washington Butler- is the pioneer settler of this place having lived here since 1885. He owns 2000 acres of good land and is engaged in the general stock business. He keeps a good grade of horses and cattle, making a specialty of the famous Brahma or sacred cow. Mr. Butler says this country is all right, is healthful is a delightful place to live, and is best place for a poor man in the world.Mr Butler has been postmaster here for the last 10 years, has served as Galveston county commisioner for 6 years and was the prime mover in securing the Great bridge across Galveston Bay leading to the city of Galveston.”

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    The family migrated to Canada in the 18th century. My grandmother’s family (Annishinabe) was always there, but we can’t find any records of her mother.

  • Ribbey

    They wrote a couple of books on my home town League City. Some years ago the Library sent me a complimentary copy of these books. There where 2.
    G. W. Butler was my great grandad! That was an excerpt from the first edition.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Well, I have to pass out now, so good night and Skelton!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gerald-Parks/100000913800037 Gerald Parks

    Steven wrote concisely and cogently what I would have been thinking if I were thinking more sharply. You wrote in response to him what I would have written if I lost 99% of my brain.

  • Ribbey

     I was just gonna say the same thing!
     Ya beat me before I was finished typing it! LOL!
     Good Night LD! God Bless!
      ~skelton~

  • Ribbey

    ~,,~   ~~~~~ GOOD NIGHT! LYNN!~~~~~~   ~,,~

  • xyvan

    Brilliant.  Sea it in a nutshell.

  • franknowzad

    Obama the “law professor”?!? Where’s the thesis, what work has he published? What color crayons did he use?

  • xyvan

    Didn’t Obama say “The Constitution is preventing me from doing what I want to do.” Should those words be enough to impeach him.  He did swear an oath to support and defend the constitution did he not?

  • damocrapicthinker

    first thing the health care bill WAS NOT written by congress.  it was written by The  Opollo alliance, another organization funded and supported by george soros.  no one seems to remember this but the information came out of the mouth of Van Jones. of course if you try to find it out now it was ‘politically corrected and disappeared”   but of course that is irrevelent with the liars in this administration.  so pelosi didn’t read it as she didn’t care to as it was written for the progressives and the agenda they want to pursue.  now i am sure that i will be called some names for this as the progrssives/liberals cannot stand truth. you have to remember that the obama administration is mainly composed of all the draft dodging readicals from the vietnam protesters era. [and by the way were weened in the ‘i never had sex with that girl’ president clinton administration.’
    ——- WHAT IS GOING ON IN THIS INFORMATION ???????????????
    one thing to also ask — why are the votes to be cast in this election  being counted and totaled by a computer company in Spain?   and remember obama said ‘when i am reelected i will have flexibility” to the russian president to pass to pucktin whoops mean putin.   he is really confident in his reelections.   does he know something we don’t know,   or is george sorus just pulling more strings with his money.  

  • xyvan

    DIDN’T THE SUPREMES take a secret vote just to see where they stood? THE MAJORITY RESULT WAS IN FAVOR OF REPEAL AND THAT WAS LEAKED!!!
    If this true then shouldn’t the leaker/s be held in contempt or at least be recused from the process? If no leak then is Obama just posturing, that is hoping the ACA is upheld then he can thump his chest some more before his lemming followers?

  • Brian_R_Allen

    #auspol #teaparty

    …. This is a preposterous lie that could fool only the irredeemably credulous ….

    The “Democratic” potty Platform, that is and its Base!

    In a single sentence.

    Too bad America’s most beautiful commentator — and, thus far I am referring only to her towering intelligence, impeccably good manners, humility and charm — has otherwise entirely jumped the shark over Mittens the Inner-Temple-Mobbed-up Massachusetts Moderate, the big-government architect of the fascistic-statist Romneycare.

    AKA Prototype Obamacare.

  • Brian_R_Allen

    #auspol #teaparty 

    And given all of the above and the deranged cornered-honey-badger-like spewings eminating this week from Buraq Hussayn Hugo Chavez Jomo Kenyetta Samuel Doe Charles McArthur Ghankay Taylor Joshua Milton Butt-Naked Blahyi bin Buraq Hussayn bin Hussayn Oogooboogoo Ubama —  the world’s most dangerous dullard — I hereby bet New York City to a single brick it’s a lay-down-misère the life-time communist, Kagan, already picked up the ‘phone and told him Herr Soros’s power grab is going down in a heap!

  • TampaMike50

    Those of us who screamed for the vetting of Obama in 2008 knew he was a phony and a fake foisted upon us by liberals.  He was ‘created’ out of thin air to fit their ‘image’ of a liberal god.  There’s no substance to this man at all.  He speaks in teleprompter, and the only ‘ideas’ he has are those that come from either the Communist Manifesto or Alinsky’s book of dirty tricks.  He’s a community organizer with the biggest bull horn in America–the presidential pulpit.  His arrogance, temper, and absolute MORONIC utterings amaze even those who just got a GED; much less any kind of college or graduate degree.  Of course he won’t release his transcripts–they’re embarassing to the canon that has been created around him by the liberal media, Hollywood elite and other America-hating idiots.  If this guy is smart, then my pet cat could be president!!!  They always said Reagan was dumb and only a Hollywood B-actor, etc.; but Ronnie could have destroyed O-Dumbo in a debate easily.  Just ask Obama a question that hasn’t been prepared beforehand and has a scripted answer on his teleprompter; and watch the ‘umms’ and ‘uhhhs’ start rolling off his tongue.  An empty suit with an empty and racist filled mind.  I really do have to apologize to Jimmy Carter; because as much as he was the worst president in my lifetime until O-Dumbo came along; at least he actually went to the Naval Academy and served in the military.  Carter was smart; but unfortunately he was also driven by a flawed ideology and had no answers for the tough problems he faced.  The Iranians didn’t fear him and humiliated him for over a year.  Now they probably laugh at O-Dumbo and think how fortunate they were to have him in office while they completed work on their nuclear bombs.  Hopefully we’ll throw this faker and poser out of office in Nov; but we will be cleaning up his MESS and foul-ups for the next 10-20 years in my opinion!!!  He really has trashed what little was left to be destroyed in America.  We really need to get to work and elect Romney and roll up our sleeves to make America great again!!  I wonder who he will get to write his memoirs?  We know he can’t do it.  He should hire the same hack that ghosted Bubba’s fawning opus full of lies.  hahaha  Obama–the liberal gift that keeps giving us agony, one day at a time!! 

  • NovelDog

    You have made some rather good points Steven. By the way, that Ann Coulter is one smart lady, no matter what those say who disagree with her, don’t you think?

    Obama, and his crowd, are going to use all the intimidation they can muster to convince the Supreme Court Justices to back off his singnature piece of legislation. I hope they vote that it is uncontitutional….they should, because it is!

  • NovelDog

    At’ta way to go Richard. I appreciate you setting  us straight as to the procedure.

  • NovelDog

    So would I !!!!

  • NovelDog

    What’s the matter Tony? Did Steven get too many (likes) to suit you?

    By the way, I agree with you Gerald.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OKCFPFGJWPOU5WNHE2JKTF6GCU Octavius

    Home run, Ann.  A classic column for my files.

  • BLH557

    It’s so nice to not read her slobbering over the Mitt-ster… oops, forgot the Santorum slap. Sorry.

  • NovelDog

    I get the feeling you don’t particularly like Obama, or his Progressive Dumb-o-crats, Telescoping You. I don’t know why? I always thought of him as a Chicago style Robin The Hood with his merry gang of cut throats. They only want to rob from the rich, and the middle class, until they ain’t poor no more. What is wrong with that? You white boys are picking on that poor old colored boy just because he might be a little crooked. That is not fair. It may even be unconstitutional?

    P.S. I loved your post. I do believe you may have hurt their feeling a mite though. Those Obamarites are very self conscious you know.

  • NovelDog

    I like that word Bud. Ineptocracy, is it synonymous with those who are avowed Obamarites?

  • NovelDog

    I understand he did spend some time in Russia. Perhaps he is a Muslim styled Communist?

  • NovelDog

    Of course he did, but he didn’t really mean it xyvan. I think maybe he had his fingers crossed behind his back when he took his oath?

  • NovelDog

    Look it’s a plane, no it is a duck, no it is Robin The Hood, oh foot  and duck feathers, it is only Barack Obama in disguise!

  • NovelDog

    Not bad Frank.

  • NovelDog

    That is an excellent analysis bodyman47. If still living, Webster would be proud of you, as we all should be. Good post!

  • http://thejoesteelblog.blogspot.com/ Joe Steel

    …and the former law professor, Barack Obama, alleging that a “good example” of judicial activism would be the Supreme Court (in his words, “a group of people”) overturning “a duly constituted and passed law.

    The President was right.  A “duly constituted and passed law” is a law constitutional in every respected.  It is a law consistent with the Constitution and a law passed according to the prescribed process.  Overturning such a law is an act of judicial activism.

  • NovelDog

    That is true Frank, however if someone lives a lie long enough they will eventually start believing in it themselves. When that happens it is awfully hard to convinced them that they are wrong! They are hard set in their ways, and beliefs, like concrete. When you shatter it.. their ill fated belief, you destroy them, just like a sledge hammer stricking concrete. It is no more good, neither are they!

  • NovelDog

    And let’s just vote the impostor out along with hump-teen dozens of his cohorts?

  • NovelDog

    But their Puppet Master is none other than Lucifer. He pulls their strings and they react. Their mouths fly open, and they say stupid, liberal, things like,” let’s pass this legislation so we can see what is in it?”

  • NovelDog

    Probably both Dove1!

  • dbassd

    Ahhh it is a good thing when  Coulter decides to write about relevant constitutional issues.  She  has made some serious points in this article.  
    She is not all about promoting Mutt Romney. 
     Dont get me wrong, Romney is better than Øbama, but he is just not my best choice in this election.  
    I am with the Military and the youth of this great nation, in my support of

     Dr Ron Paul in 2012.

    Time to get the OLD RINO GOP out of the way of liberty!
    I am so glad that Ann has listened to her readers, and stopped writing about Romney.  
    We all get to vote for whom we think is best, and really do not need her to explain the candidates pros and cons to us.  
    Just her saying she supports Romeny is all that really needs be said.

    Now if we could get the idiots in the audience to stop using this blog as personal email service, life would be better.If you want to discuss movies or other BORING stuff, go to Sodahead. com or something.  This is not the place for your blather. . .

  • NovelDog

    Since many folks seem to be interested in History on this site here is a suggestion which you may want to check out. If you watch TCT, and you come across Faith In History featuring Dr. William Federer you will find his programs most informative. He is a brilliant man and has had numerous best sellers.

    Of course most of you seem to be pretty well informed an up to date on your history already. Have a good day all!

  • NovelDog

    Ann is not only a great writer, she is an excellent judge of character. She was right to support Mitt Romney. He is the best man to lead us out of the mess that Obama and his clan of evil doers have gotten us into.

    As for Ann backing off the campaigning, she does not have to keep pushing Romney.  He is beginning to pull away from the pack, and they should soon give up their hopeless cause and join him.

  • A_friendly_reader

    True enough. He wants to issue voluntary waivers to states. But what good is that when the states are offered huge, multi-billion-dollar subsidies at the same time? Most will choose the subsidies, cowed by special interests who will threaten to fry them if they don’t accept the money.I don’t think Myth even specifies what he wants to reform. The Senate will only repeal under heavy pressure (if even then), and there’s no indication Myth will apply that pressure. He’d have to start by shedding his liberal advisors.I suspect Rosie O and Donald Trump will marry before Myth would appoint a conservative or libertarian advisor.You Texans apparently have a knack for clearer vision than most.

  • http://profiles.google.com/douglynn23 Doug Lynn

    Actually, the Supreme Court does not have the final word, the Constitution does. If we do not like how the Court interprets the Constitution, we can amend it. Roe v. Wade, for example, would be meaningless if Americans would simply amend the Constitution to protect human life in the womb. If for no other reason, the fact that nearly half of Americans believe hiring a doctor to kill a baby in the womb is a basic right proves we are wicked country.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Your Maobama didn’t teach the constitution, he taught Saul Alinsky doctrine. A 2yr degree paralegal know know about the law than Maobama. Nice try drone.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Really? I was thinking that maybe it was one of the two Horsewomen of the Apocalypse.Well, nuttin’ personal. I just think that for his own good, as well as our good, every shred of support extended to Myth will have to be conditional to keep him reasonably straight and narrow.By “conditional,” I mean it will have to be tied to some means of obstructing his “progressive” instincts.Such pressure helped to keep Bill Clinton in check.Could be that Myth will get the idea himself, but how can we ignore his lifelong proclivity to favor the far left?Not surprising, I guess, since he’s the product of the same mileau that brought us Corzine, Trump and Soros, to cite a few lib financier vultures.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Its default setting is “Doof.”

  • StanW

    Morning, LeAnn!

  • ALTILLA

     HA-HA-HA, another MAOBAMA TROLL

  • lessasramouth

    Morning leann. How are you? It’s spitting on and off snow here

  • lessasramouth

    Morning Stan? How is Texas today a little calmer I hope

  • StanW

    Morning, Les. Do try to keep warm, OK?

  • StanW

    Yes, the sun is shining and we are thankful that there was no one killed. The rest is all just paperwork!

  • lessasramouth

     You betcha. lol I want the 80 degree weather we had back but not in the cards I seee

  • lessasramouth

     I saw it on the news. Ah the dreaded paper work.

  • http://www.facebook.com/richard.hutchins Richard Hutchins

    well that would be a bias- as much as that speech was jaw-dropping, it should not affect their decision. The law should affect it. Lets stay focused.

  • sigp238

     Reading comprehension isn’t your strong suit is it comrade ass warrior? The next paragraph goes on to say,

    “I don’t know how a court could overturn a law that hasn’t been “passed.”
    Otherwise, it wouldn’t be a law, it would be a bill. If it hasn’t even
    been “constituted,” it wouldn’t be anything at all.”

    So what Ann is saying is the supreme court cannot rule on any until it gets passed. And just because the commie in cheif says it is constitutional doesn’t make it constitutional.

  • Ferndawg

    Laws being struck down should be done with great thought and with the perservation of the constitution..uppermost…not purely on emotinal reaction….that is what we are at war within this country…emotion verses logic..we need to do anything that keeps us doing the right things to protect individual liberty…our freedom is and has been since day one,the engine of this country

  • noneedforhopewhenuhaveabrain

    They say if you’re younger than 20 and not a liberal, you have no heart but if you’re older than 20 and a liberal, you have no brain.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kavik-Thompson/100001025858132 Kavik Thompson

    You speak the truth, Infidel48 … let’s start by taking away Ann Coulter’s right to vote AND right to write a political opinion piece.  Oh wait, she’s really a MAN!!  HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

  • Stratosaurus

    I reserve “pig with lipstick” for Hit lery, nappy-come-a-slappy, and rosie o’dumbass, though kagen DOES qualify…..

  • Stratosaurus

    Shame they can’t overturn odildo’s election……

  • Ribbey

    ~,,~ Hey Annville! Good Morning from Texas!

             How are you friends!

  • sparkyva

     If you are not successful as a lecturer, you may opt-in to be a TelePrompter Reader: lower pay, less respect. But note: by being a teleprompter reader, you avoid the foot in mouth disease suffered from our blundering i’jet (proper spelling would get flagged) of a vice president

  • StanW

    Good morning, miLady!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Do you mean the mental midjut idjut? I use that spelling all the time.

  • lessasramouth

     Morning lady. My neck feels so much better lol.

  • lessasramouth

         When it is a bad law the liberals are all for it. If  it is a good law and more to the point involves common sense then the liberals want nothing to do with it. If a law that liberals want passed pisses off most of the country then it’s a good law. Liberalism doesn’t have anything to do with good old COMMON SENSE or Good for AMERICA

  • Ribbey

     Good Morning Less! Heh heh heh!
     Thought you might find that funny
     Sweet sent that to me awhile back.
     I thought it was cute….

  • lessasramouth

     I asked Stan this but I will ask you to. The weather calmer there where you are in Texas. According to weather I saw on TV it should be

  • lessasramouth

     Oh, ho! Cute doesn’t describe it. I love good eye candy. I think that sweet might be upset with me. I have to send her an email.

  • Ribbey

     huh?

  • lessasramouth

     Apples and horses need I say more. I just sent her an email complete with apology

  • Ribbey

     We have a saying her in Texas. “If you don’t like the weather,
     just wait a few minutes, it’ll change.” Weather is fine, moderately
     warm and sunny! Just like before the tornadoes!  Lottsa damage
     though! I feel bad for those folks!

  • lessasramouth

     I do to and their fun has just begun. All the paper work they have to submit to their insurance companies. We are getting a few spits of snow now and then. damn weather any way

  • Steve James

    Well said, particularly your point about emotion v. logic!

  • lessasramouth

     LOL. We say that about the weather here to

  • Ribbey

     I bet that was’nt it! I been feeling the same way lately, but
     I really think she’s just busy and has her mind on more
     serious things! ;-)

  • Nick099

     An adage that has stood the test of time. LOL

  • lessasramouth

     well I still felt bad and thought that I needed  to explain in more depth.

  • lessasramouth

    Yeah another kudos to Texas. Lyle Larson a State Representative Republican  from San Antonio sent a letter in late March to president Felipe Calderon of Mexico asking to be reimbursed for the money that Texas spends on illegals. See Common Sense is out there. Take a bow TEXAS

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GJ25XZTUHT5KFAKNJVLZC2K6PE Derek

    GREAT POST THERE!!   Hope you don’t mind, I borrowed it for Facebook.  LOT of truth in there … in fact ALL of it!!

  • OKCorral

    Greetings from the OKCorral:
    There are only two issues here and the court will rule on their merits…the fact that Obama is a dunderhead has nothing to do with it except for the fact that he is an embarrassment to the American public.  The issues are the “mandate” and whether it is a violation of the commerce section of the constitution.  The other issue is whether any part of the bill should be considered separately as standing on its on “fours” since the dumb ass democrates did not include a severablilty clause in their 2700 page tome because they were too busy concentrating on a picture of Scott Brown in the nude and struggling to determine whether it might rise to the level of Weiner flashing his Johnson on twitter.  What do you think of them apples son????  Just saying…
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • StanW

    So Joe, if Congress passed a law that said Marriage was between one man and one woman, would that be Constitutional? What if Congress passed a law that outlawed the Catholic Church?
      
    It is the job of the Legislative Branch of Government to pass laws. It is the job of the Judicial Branch to rule on ther Constitutionality.
      
    Perhaps a remedial course in American History and Government is in order for you!

  • Ribbey

     Good Morning Stan! ~,,~
     How are things in Ft. Worth this morning?
     There is a post from me about 5 hrs. back
     about my great grandad George W. Butler,
      you just might find
     interesting…… hopefully. heh heh heh!

  • lessasramouth

     How are you? I do not know if this will give the Obama Health Care a back door but they have already some precedence in the laws they passed for interstate commerce. Good post

  • lessasramouth

     They would hate the first and their cheers would be able to be heard from the roof tops on the second

  • lessasramouth

     I read it and thought it was nice of them to give you the books. Something to pass down to future generations. Good for you ribbey

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GJ25XZTUHT5KFAKNJVLZC2K6PE Derek

    This began to look like a Chat Room … instead of comments on Anne Coulter’s article.  Jeesh!!

  • StanW

    We are recovering here, miLady, thanks for asking. Gonna be a long process and LOTS of paperwork, but THANK THE LORD no funerals!

    Interesting about your great grandfather. Thanks!

  • EstebanCafe

    It seems like there are alot more exclamation points in this column since I viewed it last year.. Didn’t used to be so many.

    The money quote:
    “Not striking down an unconstitutional law is judicial activism every bit as much as invalidating a constitutional one. ”

  • Ribbey

     I never got to meet him, but my grand dad sure looked
     alot like him!
     Thanks Less! Wanted Lynn to see it too, so he does’nt
     get that lofty feeling that he was the only one that ever
     grew up around colored help and black folks. My great
     grand dad would give them tracks of land and a salary
     for life if they were employed by him. That’s why I refused
     to feel guilty about a damned thing!

  • Dustoff

     So your point is? !!!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O33RM4LOJKOKP3LEWHQYFC5M3E Lynn Long

    GO AWAY!

  • OKCorral

    Greetings from the OKCorral:
    I wrote this earlier as a reply to Joe Steel.  I am setting it back out on the tablet as a statement of observation along with the following caveat.  I included a smartass remark in the last paragraph but then that is a character flaw of mine that I cherish. LOL Greetings from the OKCorral:There are only two issues here and the court will rule on their merits…the fact that Obama is a dunderhead has nothing to do with it except for the fact that he is an embarrassment to the American public. The issues are the “mandate” and whether it is a violation of the commerce section of the constitution. The other issue is whether any part of the bill should be considered separately as standing on its on “fours” since the dumb ass democrates did not include a severablilty clause in their 2700 page tome because they were too busy concentrating on a picture of Scott Brown in the nude and struggling to determine whether it might rise to the level of Weiner flashing his Johnson on twitter. What do you think of them apples son???? Just saying…Old Gringo Ralph

  • Ribbey

    Oh naw! Thank you, for reading it! I wanted Lynn to see it too!
     I have proof that my grand dad hired colored/blacks and gave
     them tracks of land and a salary for life when they were employed
     by him. There was a story about that too. I just put in that one excerpt…
    I never once ever seen my grand dad treat any of them disrespectfully!

  • deshawnjon

     Funny thing – It seems that my usual email copy of this letter and responding emails have stopped coming.  Apparently, it is once again confirmed that little orphan Annie and the so called tough, first amendment supporters are frauds, hypocrites, liars, weasels and wussies (in the closet are you all?). Especially, when anyone points out how absolutely mind numbed ignorant little parrots that they are. With this crowd as the representative of conservatives – no wonder the left thinks you are all so pathetic!

    You worship chicken hawks who use the military as props, like Obama did the doctors, who never served and will never have their kids in the military because it would be beneath them. You worship those who talk about family values who have been married four times and has no family (see all the time you thought he was saying he was the most important man on radio and not impotent).  Someone who promotes religious values, but has no religion. The cliche of all cliche and nouveau riche.  A kiss butt, leg tingling, empty suited interviewer who deals in repetitive talking points. And, of course the so called conservative woman, who thinks that a moderate with a big mouth who occasionally gets it right by bullying some nobody (the O’Reilly tactic) is the perfect candidate for president.  Of course, when your biological clock has run out (another family values icon?) it could cause you to be such a shrieker!  Are there more than two reasons why a fifty one year old is unmarried? Anyway, you guys deserve each other, so long.

    But, two final things -  Friendly, what did you mean in your last response when at the end you said homey?

    And did all of you enjoy that little story from Limbaugh yesterday about his fancy little cat – puddin or pumpkin or whatever, bumping his nose in bed, wasn’t that so sweet (or gay).  Notice he never said what the alleged wife’s reaction was? What do you think, separate beds? separate rooms? or separate wings?
     
     

  • Ribbey

     Lynn, Good Morning my dear!

  • OKCorral

    Greetings Derwhatever:
    Why don’t you go have a drink…or three.  Sounds like someone stepped on your “tally whacker” this morning.  Jezzzz fella…get a life>
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O33RM4LOJKOKP3LEWHQYFC5M3E Lynn Long

    hI, Sweetie….. I in’t nekkid yet.

  • Ribbey

     LOL! Must be universal……heh heh heh!

  • Ribbey

    Well, gotta run! Later folks!
    God Bless ya’ll! Take care! ~,,~

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Hey there ya big goober smoother! Check your settings on disqus.

    Typical nancy boy…. Blame it on someone else.

  • RU12

    Beautiful

  • Ribbey

     Heh heh heh!  ~ ..~   Otay! Save it for me, be back later!

                           No wait……….! Otay, later!!

  • deshawnjon

    No, just have a low tolerance for liars, morons, hypocrites and fools. It appears that only a few on this site have the slightest bit of intelligence, honesty and balls. Most appear to be sycophants who won’t admit any truths, face reality and can’t think beyond their parroted talking points. They follow false profits and they and their gods are part of the problem and why this Country is going down the tubes.
    As I said to one, they know absolutely nothing about everything – arrogance and ignorance combined. ! Which group do you belong to?

  • deshawnjon

    No, one of the very dumb, incoherent weasels said he complained that I was off topic, like everyone else here was!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    deshawnjon Squirrel for Obammy,

    Someone must have said it is Squirrel day on Annville deshogjerk go get your nuts at move on dot nutbag socialist hack dot org. 

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Uh derrr…whatever, dishwasher! Check you email settings, idiot, and when you finish stumbling through that…

    GFY!

  • BigMark

    And lest ye forget, a pig with lip stick is still a pig.

  • Ribbey

    had to post here. I was only trying to encourage ya, I think less is sweeter than that…heh heh heh!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    deshawnjon

    What? You fed up because no one wants to read your nattering B/S and no one wants to waste hours talking to a rock?  It’s no wonder ,you are the epitome of a smart ass and a nattering Squirrel full of crap.  The result ..”you are taken lightly as an asshat and a prancing unicorn.” 

    I don’t appreciate anything you write for that reason I simply skim over your B/S posts…so go crap in your twinky hat dufus.   

  • Ribbey

     :- ))

  • Ribbey

     Agreed!

  • deshawnjon

    Nothing changed in my email or other settings – but, as I said, one weasel said he complained that I was off topic. Moron!

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Chicken Hawks? I thought Barney Frank is a chicken hawking, tea bagger with a bad lisp.

    When you finish slobbering on your copy of “The Way Things Oughta Be” go look up the other definition of “chicken hawk”

    I’ll bet you are either the chicken or the hawk.

  • sigp238

     deshawnjon you simplethinkincumdrinkinoncaeamonthbleedinbitch, git on back under the bridge where you belong troll.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Joe Steel,

    More like Joe tin foil..you are full of horse sh!t you parrot minion, constitutional my ass and the way that bill was railroaded in congress with no one reading it …what the HELL IS WRONG WITH TWITS LIKE YOU? 

    You think everyone is a dumbass and you are enlightened but nancy man you are enlightened about being enlightened and have your head right up your indoctrinated ass. 

  • BigMark

    No, you’re wrong….he was grabbing his crotch. 

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    You are an extremely dumb individual and trust me, I know dumb. I R dumb, but U R dumber.

  • millionkeys

    Are you talking about Robert Bird?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    deshawnjon likes to start off his twinky B/S with FUNNY THING….

    deshawnjon : funny thing when I heard that buzzing noise this morning I didn’t have any idea what it was. …as I was putting on eye liner and my spandex slacks I noticed a buzzing object in my crack I must have mistakenly sit on that thing last night…giggle. 

    James Reply:  Buzzing noises coming from anywhere near you has to be either blow flies or a sex toy, you prancing queen 

  • deshawnjon

    So, where exactly was Limbaugh in 69 or 70 when he was prime draft age during Viet Nam? We know he didn’t have a student deferment.

    “A Gay term for an older man that constantly chases after younger men typically in their 20′s.”

    “someone who avoids going to war or fighting in his lifetime, but still advocates that the war is necessary.”
    SO YOU THINK THAT BOTH MAY APPLY TO HIM?

    I mean he wasn’t in the military, went away with three guys and a trunk full of viagra, no kids, loves fancy cats

  • deshawnjon

    Ah, the intelligent discourse continues.

  • deshawnjon

    I am sure you do, very personal to you and your entire family.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    deshawnjon

    Don’t you think it is sort of gay to wonder what Rush is doing all the time or where Rush was when you were dreaming of being in the presence of the magic knee grow?.

  • deshawnjon

    Who is Robert Bird – a friend or family member of yours. Perhaps you are talking about former Klansman Robert Byrd ?

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    You do realize that NOTHING you have ever typed here shows the least bit of intellectual prowess. Mostly you complain about Limbaugh and Hannity and pretend to have some undiscovered knowledge that no one else around here can figure out.

    You stumble up here putting words in other people’s mouths and go on a diatribe about who knows what..

    Keep pounding your little pud while you mumble Rush’s name if that makes you happy, skippy, but the rest of us don’t rightly give a flying crap what you think, troll turd.

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Welcome home, BROTHER!

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Ah…more comments about nothing from the dishwasher.

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Hey there pee wee! Why are you still fondling yourself  and talking about Rush? You do realize no one cares about Rush or your feelings for him, right?

    You really sound like you should get some professional help. Hopefully Mr. Limbaugh looks both ways before leaving his compound just in case you are out there somewhere waiting to give him a kiss.

    Ya freaking stalker!

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    So which one are you?

  • deshawnjon

    Then why do you respond – idiot. No wonder you have to listen to a guy who says he is show prep for the other shows (Hannity) and then spends most of his show talking about what others have

  • deshawnjon

    As I was saying before being interrupted. Then why do you respond – idiot. No wonder you have to listen to a guy who says he is show prep for the other shows (Hannity) and then spends most of his show talking about what others have said. No wonder he thinks that he is twice as smart as you and tells you that. And that you are too stupid to figure anything out unless he does it for you!
    HL and PT were right!

  • deshawnjon

    Nothing to a nobody who knows nothing.

  • deshawnjon

    He has a compound? do you clean it for him, empty the litter box? Do you love fancy little cats too?

  • bloodaxe

    Go play with your dominoes.

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Uh….derrrr I don’t listen to talk radio. You ASSume a lot.

  • deshawnjon

    Neither, and I don’t worship those who are. like you. I think your handle says it all. Self awareness is a good trait. You should be proud, I am sure your mom is. Of course I assume you know who she is ?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    deshawnjon

    Before you were interrupted ?  Interrupting you would be a crime since you have so much important information about rush and Hannity and what kind of underware they wear and how they look and their pets…you are a Woman right?

  • deshawnjon

    The it raise even more questions as to why you responded or care one wit what I said. But, you could be one of those idiots

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Why would you ask me those questions? You seem to know a lot about Rush.

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Yep

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Huh?

  • deshawnjon

    Guards keep interrupting me. Then it raise even more questions as to why you responded or care one wit what I said. But, you could be one of those idiots like LD who says he doesn’t listen and then five minutes later claims he has memorized every word that Limbaugh has ever said.
    But, since you do not have a dog in this fight (or is it cat) goodbye.

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Wha?

  • 21Palms

    I’ll tell you what Obama’s “high majority” world view shows and it dovetails perfectly with the Occupy Wall Street movement that the DNC ginned up last year.

    Obama and his communist cronies in the democrat party understand that in a  democracy all they need is a rock solid 51% of the vote and they can function like a dictatorship complete with “New Black Panthers” with clubs to suppress dissent. It called tyranny of the majority and that is his end game. 

    The we are the 99% mantra of OWS sells more broadly than “we are the 51% but make no mistake, when that 51% block is locked in the rest of us will be put to work supporting them. We will be subject to criminal intimidation and violence if we object and the DOJ will refuse to protect us. 

    No one should be confused by Obama’s failure to tack to the political center as all previous democrat presidents have done as they run for a second term. His goal is complete and total domination and he’s put the pedal to the metal to create that 51% base by November 6th. It’s an all or nothing proposition for him. 

    So as you watch him hand out food stamps for everyone and pound the airwaves with his divisive “we are the 99%” class warfare rhetoric remember he’s really going for an unbreakable 51% block of government dependent voters. This has been the holy grail of democrats since Karl Marx but none of them have ever had the guts go in the open with it until now. 

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Duh…say what…dishwasher?

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Oh….you are in prison? No wonder you are kinda skiddish.

  • jas

    I’ll go with separate wards in Bellevue for you and your conspiracy theories.  LOL!!!

  • jas

     Maybe he lucked out in the draft lottery.

  • deshawnjon

    True, but not sure who is taking care of the cat!

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    Your momma?

  • deshawnjon

    You don’t listen, so I guess that you are his manfriend?

  • deshawnjon

    Need to follow your own thoughts!

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    So you are the hawk?

  • 6COMPOSER6RICHARD6WAGNER6

    wha?

  • deshawnjon

    Yep -

  • deshawnjon

    back again are you. Just can’t resist can you.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Snivel snivel sob sob boo hoo.

  • jas

    Another conspiracy theory of yours?  LOL!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    deshawnjon

    Just think woman like you in a few years will have rings hanging 2″ from their nose and faded sagging tatoos and rap music will be your oldies..   All your wall hangings of Barney Freak and the magic knee-grow will be faded and your CHE t-shirts won’t fit your fat ass…” OH the humanity..”

  • deshawnjon

    It would have been possible if he bought time by going to college for a short time and buy a student deferment. But, a patriot like him should have enlisted in the Marines.

  • deshawnjon

    This site is just full of genius’ – wow, impressive.

    Gotta go, guards doing a head count.

  • OKCorral

    Greetings deswhatever:
    I suppose it would depend on your perception albeit it considerably skewed to favor your own ego.  Have a nice day. 
    P.S. I am former military but we just don’t find it necessary to advertise. Oorah!
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Moron.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Why are you still listening to him? I’m not.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Then go away.

  • UpLateAgain

     Obama threw down the gauntlet, and the Fifth Circuit picked it up and slapped him across the face with it.  And about time too.

    3 Pages minimum of double-spaced explanation of what the President and Justice Department think they they are doing…. getting it on record to either take them to task or permanently shut their mouths on the subject. 

    Brilliant move on the part of the judge!

  • UpLateAgain

    Verrilli not Administration’s worst lawyer?  For those among you libs that haven’t figured it out…. that would be Obama.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    The King has threatened the Supreme court.. after all it is his way or no way.  What will the King do if his baby written by Communists does not pass?  Disolve the supreme court?  The King  already ignores congress and the rule of law and the constitution.

  • Guest

     Wow..that was a mouth full. Hey, do you know that Rush’s entire audience, along with Hannity, Orielly, Levin et all are just a small percentage of the conservative population, right?

    You surely must know that with the sheer amount of conservative voices and opinions that even a weekly audience of 10 million isn’t really that much.

    Or..you could be  just  another angry shill pissed off because your voice has been placed in the bargin bin of the market place of ideas. Who really knows.

     You can whip up quite the word salad though. 

  • http://twitter.com/WisIPLaw Scott R. Cleere, Esq

     The term elected contains the idea that votes were cast by voters. Also, confirmation is not the same as election. There is only one “candidate” and that one is selected by the President. Justices aren’t elected, but they are chosen and approved by elected officers.

  • bloodaxe

    He’d probably like to have the dissenters drawn & quartered on the White House lawn and replace them with reliable lickspittles.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Karl Marx and Engles tidbids sound like today?  Is this the so called NEW CHANGE?  NEW?

    Nevertheless in the most advanced countries, the following will
    be pretty generally applicable.
     
    1.  Abolition of property in land and application of all rents
        of land to public purposes.
     
    2.  A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.
     
    3.  Abolition of all right of inheritance.
     
    4.  Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.
     
    5.  Centralisation of credit in the hands of the State, by means
        of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive
        monopoly.
     
    6.  Centralisation of the means of communication and transport
        in the hands of the State.
     
    7.  Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by
        the State; the bringing into cultivation of waste-lands, and
        the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a
        common plan.
     
    8.  Equal liability of all to labour.  Establishment of
        industrial armies, especially for agriculture.
     
    9.  Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries;
        gradual abolition of the distinction between town and
        country, by a more equable distribution of the population
        over the country.
     
    10. Free education for all children in public schools.
        Abolition of children’s factory labour in its present form.
        Combination of education with industrial production, &c., &c.
     
    When, in the course of development, class distinctions have
    disappeared, and all production has been concentrated in the
    hands of a vast association of the whole nation, the public power
    will lose its political character. 

    Political power, properly so called, is merely the organised power of one class for oppressing another.  If the proletariat during its contest with the
    bourgeoisie is compelled, by the force of circumstances, to
    organise itself as a class, if, by means of a revolution, it
    makes itself the ruling class, and, as such, sweeps away by force
    the old conditions of production, then it will, along with these
    conditions, have swept away the conditions for the existence of
    class antagonisms and of classes generally, and will thereby have
    abolished its own supremacy as a class.
     
    In place of the old bourgeois society, with its classes and
    class antagonisms, we shall have an association, in which
    the free development of each is the condition for the free..DEVELOPMENT OF ALL.
    iNTO DRONES AND SERFS OF THE GOVERNMENT AND FIELD SLAVES.

    Looks like the panty waist progressives won’t have that rose colored utopia they
    promote they will be government farm workers on land taken by the government and factory workers for the government ..no unions no gay stuff no whining no prancing with handbags. Living in government housing ..shacks ..

  • Paul Earth A.D.

    CONDEMNATION

    By Ron Graham

    “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus,” Romans 8:1. Condemnation is a sphere of entrapment used by Satan and his horde of malevolent misfits to enslave even the followers of Jesus Christ. Every time we stumble and commit a sin the enemy moves in to convince us that we are once again under God’s condemnation. If you are born again and yet you have allowed the enemy to entrap you thusly, it’s imperative you memorize the above verse. If you don’t fall into that category memorize it anyway. Satan will never stop his attacks. Consider the above verse your security blanket.

    “He that believeth on him (Jesus the Christ) is not condemned: John 3:18a. With this verse, Jesus’ words confirm the simplicity of salvation; believing “on Him” removes all condemnation “…but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name (Jesus) of the only begotten Son of God.” John 3:18b. The simplicity of Jesus’ words come shinning through once again, condemnation is only upon those who reject Him.

    “He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him.” John 3:36. Although the wrath of God remains on the Christ rejecting world, Christ’s “ekklesia” (the assembly of the called out) has nothing to fear from their Father in Heaven. The wrath of God is not against us nor is it against sinners. Sin is no longer the problem; sin is not what condemns the lost of this world. Not one human being currently spending eternity in Hades is there because of their sins. Since Jesus took the “SIN” of the world upon Himself why would anyone think they go to Hell/Hades for sin? Many Christians today believe they are under condemnation because they continue to sin – yet Jesus took all sin upon Himself. As the last verse above plainly states, he that does not believe shall not see life. Because of their unbelief, the wrath of God is upon them, they are the condemned. Interestingly, there’s no mention of sin in that verse.

    Jesus (God incarnate), didn’t just die for the sins of the people of the days when He walked the shores of Galilee and climbed the hills of Judea some 2,000 years ago, His death on that cross was intended to be the propitiation which God required. Fully sufficient was His death which is why He spoke this word from that cross “Tetelestai” (it is finished). Did you get that? Are we all on the same page here?

    “For if we sin wilfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins,” Hebrews 10:26. Don’t misunderstand this verse. What Paul is telling us here (yes I believe Paul is the writer of the book of Hebrews) is that those who have been told about Jesus yet refuse to accept Him as their atonement (their covering) have no further recourse. No more sacrifice is offered that they may be forgiven. The wrath of God is upon them, they are condemned.

    So we know that Jesus didn’t just die for past sins but for all sin past, present, and here’s the kicker, future. Wow! What a God, what a Savior we have. He looked into the future as He hung on that cross and He saw you brother, and you sister, and He said “I’m dying today for your sins, all of them.” Is there any reason for us not to love Him? Is there any reason to continue to live under the condemnation of the enemy?

    Stop allowing the enemy to have his way with you. He’s committed to instilling fear in you and he does it by way of condemning you each time you commit a sin. He knows what sin you enjoy the most and he capitalizes on that particular sin. He puts things in your path to trip you up so you will always be confronted with the desire that pushes you into your sin. Then he puts the condemnation on you so you feel useless and defeated.

    Here’s the rub. When we as born again believers get caught up in some kind of sin we move ourselves away from our God. We become, as it were, estranged from God. Don’t misunderstand, God never moves away from us but we move away from Him as we seek a hiding place out of God’s line of sight so we might commit our sins in private. Of course it is impossible to move out of God’s sight, and when we come to our senses we are saddened and convicted that we’ve committed an offense against our God. Does any of this sinfulness void our salvation? No! “And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father’s hand.” John 10:28-29. Did you notice in the above verse what Jesus does not say “Of course this is all null and void if my sheep continue to sin”? Nothing can ever condemn us again.

    When we say yes to Jesus Christ He gives us eternal life and we never die. Everlasting life means just that, no more death. It also means we are no longer under the curse or condemned. Confused? The body dies, yes. But those who reject Christ experience a second death which is Hell – the Lake of Fire. Is it becoming clearer?

    The crux of the matter is this, anything that draws you away from God (unrepentant sin) will become a stronghold for the enemy. If Satan can get the children of God to feel pain and sorrow by leading them into his realm of condemnation, then be assured he will attach himself to that stronghold like a leech, sucking the life out of every believer who allows condemnation to reign in their lives. This is Satan’s most aggressive territory and his scheme in regards to believers is to continually assault us until we become prisoners of our own self-imposed guilt. As born again children of the Most High God we have nothing to fear from Satan. But many Christians allow fear to steal the joy from their lives and that is when Satan and his ilk have them. These malevolent supernatural beings have only one agenda, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy…” John 10:10a. Just when you think you’ve prevailed against the wiles of the devil, when you believe you hear the all clear signal you get attacked again. The born again “in Christ” believer cannot let down his/her guard – ever.

    I know that there are Bible teachers, and pastors, that teach the opposite of what I’ve just written about, that a born again believer in Christ will lose their salvation when they sin. This false doctrine is very pervasive and it’s taught by those who limit the sufficiency of Christ’s atoning sacrifice on that cross. These folks are actually doing the enemy’s work for him. When we first believed, we became fully justified (saved) in God’s eyes. That, my friend, is a done deal; nothing can change that. Immediately after we said yes to the Son of God, Jesus the Christ, a very different kind of life’s journey was initiated, and God is the initiator and finisher. “For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8:38-39. Nothing can void our salvation. But condemnation will steal our joy.

    God began another work in us at the moment we became born again; this new work is called sanctification. This is a lifelong process and will only be complete at the point when we become glorified. These bodies must die (or be taken in the rapture) to become glorified. Therefore sin cannot be a factor in receiving salvation since we continue to sin right up until the day we die. If anyone says they no longer sin they are a liar. The Apostle John makes this clear in his first epistle to the brethren. “If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.” 1 John 1:8-10. We sinned, we sin, and we continue to sin until God takes us home.

    So sin is not a factor in keeping us saved, nor is it a deterrent from keeping the rest of humanity from gaining salvation. I hope everyone is on the same page here. Sin can’t negate or void our salvation. But when we do sin we run the chance of falling under the condemnation of the devil. Satan is not going to inflict his torture of condemnation on the lost world, they have no idea they are condemned. He’s not about to let the cat out of the bag regarding their position and ultimate destination. But he’ll do everything possible to torment the “in Christ” believer, so much so that he may even convince them to give up on life all together. Condemnation is a powerful satanic tool, many a believer lives under its destructiveness.

    Even though sin won’t condemn us to Hell it is debilitating. As we grow in our walk with our Lord Jesus we begin to move away from sin because the Holy Spirit, who is sealed within us, convicts us when we do sin. Little by little we become disgusted by the fact that sin still reigns in our bodies. We begin to look at sin as God does. God hates sin, not the sinner. God loves us, all of us. Satan, on the other hand, is the culprit who will never stop trying to enslave us with condemnation.

    Here’s something I’m sure many of you have not given much thought to. Those who’ve passed on (have died) and currently reside in Hell entertain no false assumptions as to why they are where they are. If those individuals had the opportunity to speak to us (the living), each one would tell us they are there as a result of their rebellion. They now know that no matter how good or bad they were, the only reason they are there is because they rejected God’s free gift of salvation, which is Jesus our Messiah.

    “Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.” James 4:7. The fact is that Satan has such a short span of time remaining he’s not going to slack off with his darts of condemnation. There’s no doubt that in these last days Satan has increased his attacks exponentially and with the fervor of an unyielding zealot. Sooner or later all God’s children will be attacked by those satanic darts. But stand fast; they cannot penetrate your God given armor. Sometimes we need reminding of the armor verses of Ephesians 6. Amen?

    God bless you all,

    Ron Graham

    All original scripture is “theopneustos” God breathed

    Please continue to pray for my health. Your prayers and gifts are greatly appreciated. If God is leading you to send a gift of support, send it to Ron Graham – 96 County Road 5480 Salem, MO. 65560. Thank you my dear brethren, God bless

  • Liberty Writer

    The Constitution can be changed by amendment only. The Supreme Court decisions neither changes the Constitution nor are written in stone.
     

    One of the landmark decisions regarding the interstate commerce clause ruled that transportation between
    states is an unspecified part of commerce between the states; specifically a state could not prohibit a federally licensed steamboat service from operating in a state’s navigable waters in preference to a state licensee if the waters
    crossed state lines. The commerce clause was interpreted before this time as dealing with legislative disputes between states arising from commerce i.e. tariffs. The new ruling can be viewed as the first Interstate Byway.

    From the addition of the regulation of interstate transportation to the interstate commerce clause
    the next pivotal decision is one which we are more familiar is the case involving the wheat farmer Roscoe Filburn who grew wheat, not for sale in the market but for his own uses as livestock feed. This was in violation of Federal law which established limits (by regulatory commission) for acreage of wheat production in order to
    increase the price of wheat (federal price fixing). The government ordered the
    farmer to destroy the crop and pay a fine. The Supreme Court upheld this federal law stretching again the meaning of commerce.

    Now regulating commerce means regulating markets. The federal government with the concurrence of a decision by a renegade Supreme Court can now involve itself in a command economy. This is socialism.

  • Bill

    You got me thinkiong about all those hot commie chicks running arounmd the collective in their ‘daisy dukes’……..  

    I think I need a wodka.

  • Bill

    The level of discourse on this site has dropped, year after year. Where’s ‘SuperBrit’ when you need him?

  • 1LonesomeScum1

     No problem with one of your conservative scum brothers stealing Eddies ID you HYPOCRITE SNAKE?
    Post YOUR PHOTO you ugly lowlife.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    He won’t come back because of people like you. I know where he is, but that’s what he said.

  • 1LonesomeScum1

     You COWARDLY prick, along with the other HYPOCRITE scum here.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Sniff, sniff, weep, weep,

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 1LonesomeScum1

     Yea right, you and your hypocrite cowardly cohorts are the problem here you slick snake.
    When you gonna post that photo, ugly?

  • 1LonesomeScum1

     Go sell some trinkets at the fleabag market, you no life loser.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    We sure are a problem for liars like you. It’s must be hard on your sore anus to get reamed every time you tell lies.

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Go attack some black kid, you no life racist.

  • big45kimber

     But isn’t it funny when the LEFTISTS can use THEIR unappointed LIB-TURD courts to push through their agendas!
    I refer you to the 9th CIRCUS court of appellations! Also known as Princess Nancy’s home court advantage!
    Not to mention the fact that Obumbles and his merry band of thieves choose to IGNORE most of other Court’s decisions, if they are against his RADICALISM! I refer to the Court decision saying the moratorium against drilling in the Gulf of Mexico was illegal, but the LEFTISTS just went around it by not processing the drilling requests, because of the EPA!

  • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

    I believe a lot of legal scholars thought it was a bad precedent to base a decision on a lot of half-baked sociology, which I believe is in the record of the reasoning for the decision. Whether it was the right legal outcome is another question. Speaking more generally, in schools and in housing and in personal associations, the racial divide continues. In fact the housing patterns of white liberals and white conservatives are pretty much identical.

    The big turning point will come when continuing drastic demographic changes will make it so that middle-class whites will no longer be able to afford to reside in relatively quiet clean green low-crime majority-white neighborhoods while at the same time chanting the approved pc line that we have all somehow moved beyond race. At that point the utopian bubble will implode. Things like separate drinking fountains seemed inherently absurd because they were. Separate nations will inexorably come about. Thank you for your thoughtful response.

  • big45kimber

     If it had been a Republican nominated Justice, and a Republican backed bill was before the Supremes, and there was a Justice that had been involved, previously, on the subject, you can BET the LEFTISTS would be SCREAMING the loudest to have that Justice recuse their self!

  • A_friendly_reader

    It’s just Lily White, Double. He’s a character. When he’s not pretending to be from the hood, he’s wearing one to obscure his identity. He’s got a lot of them. You should see the one for Game Alias One.

  • A_friendly_reader

    If you ever find yours, you might make something of yourself yet.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Don’t get upset, detrolljon. He just misspelled the KKKer’s name. He didn’t bad-mouth him.

  • A_friendly_reader

    My wife likes cats, detrolljon. They’re a major hoot. I’ve been thinking of asking Human Events to bring some on, but then you’d be afraid to show up.

    You might infer that to be a reference to cats being hell on mousies, but I’ll leave interpretation to you.

    It may be a sexual suggestion derived from your fixation on sexual issues.

    Long ago I knew a guy named Cohen whose favorite put-down was “if you ever saw a pussy, you’d throw rocks at it.”

  • A_friendly_reader

    Meow.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Meow.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Don’t feel threatened just because some of us like feline and canine Americans, detrolljon. We’ve got nothing against little mousies.

    Ribbey, on the other hand, loves to nibble on your tiny feet, so if I were you, I’d give her a wide berth.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Just being polite, detrolljon. Our collective concern isn’t your being off-topic but being off your rocker.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Meow. 

  • A_friendly_reader

    He’s having a snit because someone decided to play Whack a Mousy with him.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Lessee, here. The guy that has a conniption over someone spelling Bob Byrd as Bob Bird goes flappers over about people following “false profits,” Triple LOL?What’s the opposite of that, true lozzes?And I thought cats were a hoot!What’s downright weird is your constantly flipping out about the posters on this board but returning in a menagerie of costumes from talk show host stalker to black militant and spitting up hairballs all over the place.Of course, a job’s a job, and even minimum wage looks good when the unemployment benefits run out.How’s that Limbaugh boycott shaping up, homey?

  • jas

    EhLOLOLO!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Hey, Lily White/detrolljon, have I ever asked you to provide your posting history? Since you’re such a renowned pillar of the conservative movement but only post criticism of conservatives, it might behoove you to show your bona fides.Why don’t you offer up where else you’ve posted before Annville, the URLs/addresses, your monikers and a rough timeline?It would do a lot for your image, especially since no one believes you to be a conservative, LOL.Back in the day when there were neo-Nazis on Human Events (sock puppets of a lefty that some folks here got banned) who used Third Reich symbols like Swastikas for their avatars, it seems you got your share of likes and supportive comments from them.Just give us one of those recent accounts for starters, detrollwhite. Every journey starts with a single step.Cheerio, troll.

  • Dustoff

     former YOU SAY.

    +++++++++++++++++++++

    Let’s see, it wasn’t that long ago he said white Nig$$$

    Guess he never left the Klan after all

  • Dustoff

     So, where exactly was Limbaugh in 69 or 70.
    *************************

    His number was to high, unlike Clinton who did get called up.

  • Dustoff

     His number was to high

  • jas

    My number was 11.  LOL!!!

  • Dustoff

     No, just have a low tolerance for liars, morons, hypocrites and fools
    *****************************

    I would take a small guess. You have no mirrors in your place.

  • Dustoff

     I see LD has been around MUCH longer than you.

    Scum.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     You need a psychiatrist

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    How cute, a troll/cat fight between Edturd and dewasteofawarmbody.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Good news, detrolljon. The Rush boycott got a lib Hawaiian radio station to drop his program.Looks like they replaced him with The Japanse (sic) Show with Taka.You may have heard! So apt that they replaced a talk show with a taka show. Maybe there’s an opening for you. Think of it: The deshawn Show with Caca. Or is that Kaka? Kakhi? Cuckoo? Still researching what Japanse is. The current assumption is a Japanese Chimpanzee.Pretty much the same as a deshawnjon.

  • A_friendly_reader

    That’s inflation for you.

  • A_friendly_reader

    There are those who are naturally humble, Lonesome Dem.

    There are those — such as you — who ought to be.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Is that your photo, LonesomeDem? You wouldn’t be trying to buffalo anyone, would ye?

  • OKCorral

    Greetings William:
    Noticed that you wandered off of the reservation into Guns and Patroits the other day.  I was amused by one of your backdoor questions…thought to myself, even without his Mort and Ferd Avatar I would know it was him.  You make me laugh William.  Better not get too close to the gunsmoke. 
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • Guest

    Yeah …I ran into mroe than a few of them in my travels. There is specific personality disorder attributted to them. I tried looking it up real quick, but couldn’t find it. It’s not MPD, something much rarer.

     They had one over at Think Progress for awhile.He would have multiple, convincing socks all in  one thread. It was pretty neat actually.

    If someone paid me to rankle lefties a few day’s a week ,I would do it. I stopped participating in it as a hobby after the 2010 mid terms. Oh, the tears! I gave up after that, those poor souls were crushed beyond what I could inflict.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Not to be arrogant, DPB, but I’ve diagnosed the disorder myself, coining the term personality multiplication syndrome.

    Other people shorten it to PMS.

    Works for me.

  • Paul Earth A.D.

    City banishes Bibles during ‘gay’ fest
    Posted by D_R_Pinksron on Apr 03, 2012

    For over a decade, Brian Johnson has peaceably passed out Bibles during Minneapolis’ Twin Cities Pride Festival, but if he tries it again this year, he fears, he could be arrested.

    Through some clever legal wrangling, Twin Cities Pride, the organizers of the annual festival celebrating homosexuality, have convinced the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board to allow them to exile anyone attempting to distribute Bibles or communicate unapproved messages at the event to a “no pride zone” far away from the festivities.

    Now Johnson is filing a federal lawsuit against the Board, claiming it can’t banish First Amendment free speech rights to a 10? x 10? square off the beaten path, especially during a major public event in which organizers have a non-exclusive permit to use the park.

    http://www.wnd .com/2012/04/city-banishes-bibles-during-gay-fest/?KeepThis=true&TB_iframe=true&height=640&width=950

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  • Poodleguy

    No, only the Senate has the confirmation authority over appointees – too bad the House is not in that loop.

  • Poodleguy

    Not only SHOULD she have recused herself, she has broken a federal law by NOT doing so!!!!

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Of course that was in Loring Park which is a big gay hang out anyway. Minneapolis is going the way of Detroit, and is ran by socialist Lenincrat. 

  • Guest

    Yes .Now that you have mentioned it,
    I have heard that acronym used for this type of behavior. Hmm.

    Is there a way the inner Fascist in
    me can stomp on the first Amendment right’s of people that spam these
    threads? Will enough “down twinkles” remove the comment?

  • planeboy

    Sweet..I thought you might like this.. During his golfing vacation at Martha’s Vineyard – President Obama had been slicing off the tee on every hole.He asks his Scottish born caddy if he has noticed any obvious reasons for his poor tee shots, to which the caddy replies:
    “Aye, there’s a piece of shyt on the end of yer driver.
    “The President picks up his driver and cleans the club face, at which point the caddy says:
    “No, the other end.”

  • Paul Earth A.D.

    Friday, March 30, 2012

    Pamela Geller
    Atlas Shrugs

    Ambassador John Bolton on Obama’s Betrayal of Israel: “Merciless” ” Unprecedented”

    Former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton weighs in on Obama’s relentless campaign to betray and undermine Israel. This leak is part of an ongoing campaign to thwart Israeli defense strategy against the Iranian genocidal threat.

    “The pressure the administration has put on Israel has been just merciless behind the scenes.”

    “But nonetheless every evidence is that the pressure is failing, that the Israeli government will do what they think is necessary so the Obama administration has torqued it up a notch. Now they are going to reveal very sensitive, very important information that will allow Iran to defeat an Israel attack.”

    It should have been Bolton going up against the Mansourian candidate.

    UPDATE: More: Bolton accuses administration of leaking story on Israeli planning along Iran border:

    Former U.S. diplomat John Bolton alleged Thursday that the Obama administration leaked a story about covert Israeli activity in order to foil potential plans by the country to attack Iran’s nuclear program.

    John Bolton, who served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations in the George W. Bush administration, was responding to an article in Foreign Policy magazine that quoted government sources claiming Israel had been granted access to airfields in Azerbaijan—along Iran’s northern border.

    The article did not state exactly what the Israelis’ intentions were, but it suggested it could point to a possible strike on Iran.

    “I think this leak today is part of the administration’s campaign against an Israeli attack,” Bolton claimed on Fox News.

    The White House did not respond to Bolton’s claims Thursday.

    Bolton, a Fox News contributor, noted that a strike launched from Azerbaijan would be much easier for the Israelis than a strike launched from their own country—jets could stay over their targets longer and worry less about refueling. But he said tipping the Israelis’ hand by revealing “very sensitive, very important information” could frustrate such a plan.

    Speaking afterward to FoxNews .com, Bolton said he didn’t have hard proof that this was an intentional administration leak to halt an Israeli attack.

    But he noted widely reported comments from Defense Secretary Leon Panetta in February that he thinks the Israelis could strike as early as April. If that’s the case, Bolton said, then it would be “entirely consistent” for the administration to try to avoid that impending outcome.

    The Foreign Policy article quoted what were identified as “high-level sources … inside the U.S. government.” It specifically mentioned “four senior diplomats and military intelligence officers.”

    One intelligence officer, who was unnamed, told the magazine that the U.S. was “watching” the activity and was “not happy about it.”

    The Foreign Policy article did not specify whether any of the information came from the White House, and there is no direct evidence that this was a coordinated leak.

    “Clearly, this is an administration-orchestrated leak,” Bolton told FoxNews .com. “This is not a rogue CIA guy saying I think I’ll leak this out.”

    “It’s just unprecedented to reveal this kind of information about one of your own allies,” Bolton said.

    — Fox News

  • 1LonesomeScum1

    AIIIIIIEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Not sure what a down twinkle is, but it’s best to leave them to their perfidy. Especially if you’re a white Hispanic.

  • Ferndawg

    A whole segment (Far too many for my liking) base most of their choices on how they feel ,not what they have worked to know without question…one wonders how people lose such control of their lives…buying cars and other things they cannot afford…not planning for their golden years…not shopping for deals in insurance,homes etc,etc…The problem with most people is that they simply make bad choices in everthing they do and find themselves in predicaments that they want to blame on someone or something else..these are the people corrupt politicians feed off…

  • bloodaxe

    I don’t know what a down twinkle is either…is it anything like a Hostess Twinkie?

  • A_friendly_reader

    Maybe it’s a way to blow off a lib troll. As in, “Down, twinkle. Go sit in the corner.”

  • planeboy

    Jerry..I saw your e-mail about Gulfstream that’s been in the works for awhile…there are a lot of Gulfstreams in China,and many flying in and out doing biz…it’s a good fit for them..

  • StanW

    Down Twinkle…
    www urbandictionary com/define.php?term=Down%20twinkle

  • A_friendly_reader

    More feathers for China while we get plucked.

  • planeboy

    Are you sure you meant “plucked”…???

  • Paul Earth A.D.

    Israel, Get Ready For More Obama Leaks
    Posted by D_R_Pinksron on Apr 04, 2012

    Israel

    JewishWorldReview .com | (TCSM) The Obama administration appears to be conducting an organized campaign of public pressure to stop Israel from attacking Iran’s well-developed nuclear-weapons program. So intense is this effort, and so determined is President Obama to succeed, that administration officials are now leaking highly sensitive information about Israel’s intentions and capabilities into the news media.

    The president’s unwillingness to take preemptive military action against Tehran’s nuclear efforts has long been evident, notwithstanding his ritual incantation that “all options are on the table.” Equally evident is his fixation to ensure that Israel does not act unilaterally against Iran, a principal reason why Washington’s relations with Jerusalem are at their lowest ebb since Israel’s 1948 founding.

    Indeed, the only conclusion to be drawn from Mr. Obama’s actions and rhetoric is that he fears an Israeli military strike more than he fears Iran achieving nuclear-weapons capability

    http://www.jewishworldreview

    .com/0412/bolton_obama_leaks.php3?printer_friendly&KeepThis=true&TB_iframe=true&height=640&width=950

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  • Guest

    Nah, it’s what they do at occupy movments to signal their displeasure. Picture” jazz hands”,  but downwards, with a dissapproving look on your face. It was a disparaging remark, aimed at people that cut and paste whole articles on comment sections.

    What I meant was , how many down thumbs to hide a comment?

  • A_friendly_reader

    Some of my keys are sticking. What’s the one between “e” and “g”?

  • A_friendly_reader

    I give it one star and double twinkles.

  • planeboy

    LOL…

  • A_friendly_reader

    I was thinking it was a reference to my bud Rip over at Sleepy Hollow.

  • Zipeydodah

    I suggest that everything out of B.O.’s mouth is nothing more than pillow talk with the mi’elle. And they’re both stupid.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    A down twinkle is a twinky progressive on the twinkle low…instead of walking like a prancing unicorn twinky skipper they walk like Russian Pall bearers with a load in their pamties.  

  • OKCorral

    Greeting Brother Paul from the OKCorral:
    One could almost accuse you of protselytizing but then I know better preacher man.  I am glad you are here because contrary to all of the other sites of significance, we have our own “in house” Deacon (beacon).  Of course, this site is replete with “bad guys” and we probably need you more than they do.  Nonetheless, I really enjoyed what Brother Graham said but I hate to let some of these yoyo’s off of the hook with the bare minimum (even the idea) because I prefer to have them convicted and watch them squirm.  However we can still cause them to sit up straight with Mark 3:22-30 and Matthew 12:31-32.  Now then they can continue their squirming until they read it and see what is in store for them if they trip the wrong trigger.  I love it.   
    Old Gringo Ralph 

  • Guest

    Did ya’ll
    hear? When he said ‘unprecedented’ he was speaking in “short
    hand”. I have no idea what that means..something to do with him
    being a CONSTITUTIONAL SCHO-whatever and the rest of us mouth breathers
    being illiterate savages.

    See..the
    US constitution is convoluted and archaic, you have to possess
    superior intellect to know what all that 17th century
    legal jargon means.

    Thank the lord…I thought he was  an idiot, in way over his head. Whew..you know he is the president after all. It turns out, we
    are all just too freaking ignorant to bath in the warm glow of his
    brilliance.

  • OKCorral

    Greetings JohnnyFriendly:
    What are you gonna do….some days chicken, some days feathers..
    Old Gringo Ralph 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Bill from RI is out getting his plactic boat launched to a safer cove in his kiddie pool of delusions while the winds of truth and reality blow. 

  • OKCorral

    Greetings Paul
    Is treason anything like blasphemy?  I know you can get stood up against a wall…but will it buy you admission into hell?
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • lessasramouth

     No. His shorthand is a new version. Do what I say not as I do. No wonder you were confused LOL

  • lessasramouth

     Yes but Paul according to pollster’s the American Jewish camp is solidly behind Obama

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    I read that the Jewish community is growing sour with BHO and many are very dissapointed with his Muslim coddling and his spending.  Of course many American Jews lean to socialist thinking in NYC and other metro areas but not all. 

    Jews are fleeing France and other countries of Europe because of the Muslim take over street by street and town by town instigated by the EU stand on politically correctness.  Seeing that BHO is headed to a more tryrannical type government that puts Jews and Christians in a margin and allows Muslims and other religions a free pass the Jews may be waking up.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O33RM4LOJKOKP3LEWHQYFC5M3E Lynn Long

    Always are.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Did you read the article yesterday about leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood from Egypt visited or will be visiting the WH.

  • OKCorral

    Greetings Paul from the OKCorral:
    I know what old Johnson can do…He can sic the Westboro Baptist Church on them.  Tell him just to call up Brother Fred Phelps and ask for hep.  He’ll getter quickern’ you can say Jimmy crack corn.  They do dislike them gaysters.  Why I hear they won’t even wear “Fruit of the loom underwear”  Do I hear a big amen?
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Leann ,

    Yes I did and this administration will do anything to stop Israel from attacking Iran and to bring America down.  Europe is fast falling and doors are being opened to more muslim believers in other countries by this administration.  This Is world wide and BHO is right in the middle of it.

    I canot understand how blind and deaf his followers are for them to think he is for America and will give them a better life.

  • lessasramouth

     The only way that they will show up is if an American solider were to be buried same time and place

  • bloodaxe

    The Constitution is written in plain English which anyone can understand. It means exactly what it says. Times have changed, but people have not. The left detests the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. When I joined the Army and later the Border Patrol I swore to “uphold and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”  As far as I’m concerned all these leftist wannabe tyrants are domestic enemies. Right now they appear to be more dangerous than any foreign enemy. 
    They’re lucky the law protects them.

  • lessasramouth

    All they have to do is go and ask people who used to live in certain communities in Dearborne Michigan. What they can’t get by buying they do by intimidation. Sound familiar

  • lessasramouth

     My husband and children said the same thing. This also is the same oath that the President,Senate and Congress take. I wonder which one the Obama administration considers the traitor to be. Wait we already know the answer don’t we

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Ignorance through indoctrination, and laziness by these ignorant people who have figured out just enough to know they can vote themselves more entitlements, except they are too ignorant to realize when we’re broke, we’re broke.

  • lessasramouth

    I was trying to find a specific definition in the Constitution, about making no law that exempts the Federal Government but I could not find it

  • lessasramouth

    Hey sweet. I owe, I owe, it’s off to work I go.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    It is mind boggling what has happened to America in just a few years of this tyrant.  BHO is holding his real policys back until he steals this election by hook or crook.  The boom will fall and America will be just another place where freedom is just another  word for nothing left to lose.

    All that America has accomplished means nothing to the indoctrinated and their leaders.  They want America to be a cess pool but their day will come when all their dreams will be dashed in the crapper when they find they will be in the thick of the fray with everyone else because their loyality means absolutely nothing to the elite after this idealism is planted. 

    All the ACORNS, THE  NAACP AND THE  GAY AGENDAS will be put on the back burner until they die with no support from their new controling and intolerant government.  When these progressives are denied cancer treatment and MRIs no one will be listening to their bitching.  When they are denied travel and different foods and products they will miss the perks ..too late then.

    Their voices that boast now will be silent out of fear as they look around at what they helped build for their future of bleakness.

  • OKCorral

    Awwww Les….you took all the fun out of my suggestion to Paul.  Yes I am aware of their pathetic abuse of the first amendment but why not turn a rabid dog loose in that crowd of flaming fags???  Shoot the dog later.
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    This is from the Wall Street Journal, written by a Black senior fellow at the Hoover institute.

    Shelby Steele: The Exploitation of Trayvon Martin

    The absurdity of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton
    is that they want to make a movement out of an anomaly. Black teenagers
    today are afraid of other black teenagers, not whites.

    By SHELBY STEELE

    Two tragedies are
    apparent in the Trayvon Martin case. The first is obvious: A
    teenager—unarmed and committing no crime—was shot dead. Dressed in a
    “hoodie,” a costume of menace, he crossed paths with a man on the hunt
    for precisely such clichés of menace. Added to this—and here is the
    rub—was the fact of his dark skin.

    Maybe it was more the hood than the
    dark skin, but who could argue that the skin did not enhance the menace
    of the hood at night and in the eyes of someone watching for crime.
    (Fifty-five percent of all federal prisoners are black though we are
    only 12% of the population.) Would Trayvon be alive today had he been
    walking home—Skittles and ice tea in hand—wearing a polo shirt with an
    alligator logo? Possibly. And does this make the ugly point that dark
    skin late at night needs to have its menace softened by some show of
    Waspy Americana? Possibly.

    What is fundamentally tragic here is
    that these two young males first encountered each other as provocations.
    Males are males, and threat often evokes a narcissistic anger that
    skips right past reason and into a will to annihilate: “I will take you
    out!” There was a terrible fight. Trayvon apparently got the drop on
    George Zimmerman, but ultimately the man with the gun prevailed.
    Annihilation was achieved.

    If this was all there was to it, the
    Trayvon/Zimmerman story would be no more than a cautionary tale, yet
    another admonition against the hair-trigger male ego. But this story
    brought reaction from the White House: “If I had a son he would look
    like Trayvon,” said the president. The Revs. Jesse Jackson and Al
    Sharpton, ubiquitous icons of black protest, virtually battled each
    other to stand at the bereaved family’s side—Mr. Jackson, in a moment of
    inadvertent honesty, saying, “There is power in blood . . . we must
    turn a moment into a movement.” And then there was the spectacle of
    black Democrats in Congress holding hearings on racial profiling with
    Trayvon’s parents featured as celebrities.

    In fact Trayvon’s sad fate clearly
    sent a quiver of perverse happiness all across America’s civil rights
    establishment, and throughout the mainstream media as well. His death
    was vindication of the “poetic truth” that these establishments live by.
    Poetic truth is like poetic license where one breaks grammatical rules
    for effect. Better to break the rule than lose the effect. Poetic truth
    lies just a little; it bends the actual truth in order to highlight what
    it believes is a larger and more important truth.

    The civil rights community and the
    liberal media live by the poetic truth that America is still a
    reflexively racist society, and that this remains the great barrier to
    black equality. But this “truth” has a lot of lie in it. America has
    greatly evolved since the 1960s. There are no longer any respectable
    advocates of racial segregation. And blacks today are nine times more
    likely to be killed by other blacks than by whites.

    Zuma PresIf
    Trayvon Martin was a victim of white racism (hard to conceive since the
    shooter is apparently Hispanic), his murder would be an anomaly, not a
    commonplace. It would be a bizarre exception to the way so many young
    black males are murdered today. If there must be a generalization in all
    this—a call “to turn the moment into a movement”—it would have to be a
    movement against blacks who kill other blacks. The absurdity of Messrs.
    Jackson and Sharpton is that they want to make a movement out of an
    anomaly. Black teenagers today are afraid of other black teenagers, not
    whites.

    So the idea that Trayvon Martin is
    today’s Emmett Till, as the Rev. Jackson has said, suggests nothing less
    than a stubborn nostalgia for America’s racist past. In that bygone era
    civil rights leaders and white liberals stood on the highest moral
    ground. They literally knew themselves—given their genuine longing to
    see racism overcome—as historically transformative people. If the world
    resisted them, as it surely did, it only made them larger than life.

    It was a time when standing on the
    side of the good required true selflessness and so it ennobled people.
    And this chance to ennoble oneself through a courageous moral stand is
    what so many blacks and white liberals miss today—now that white racism
    is such a defeated idea. There is a nostalgia for that time when posture
    alone ennobled. So today even the hint of old-fashioned raw racism
    excites with its potential for ennoblement.

    For the Revs. Jackson and Sharpton,
    for the increasingly redundant civil rights establishment, for liberal
    blacks and the broader American left, the poetic truth that white racism
    is somehow the real culprit in this tragedy is redemption itself. The
    reason Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson have become such disreputable
    figures on our cultural landscape is that they are such quick purveyors
    of poetic truth rather than literal truth.

    The great trick of poetic truth is to
    pass itself off as the deep and essential truth so that hard facts that
    refute it must be dismissed in the name of truth. O.J. Simpson was
    innocent by the poetic truth that the justice system is stacked against
    blacks. Trayvon was a victim of racist stereotyping—though the shooter
    never mentioned his race until asked to do so.

    There is now a long litany of racial
    dust-ups—from Tawana Brawley to the Duke University lacrosse players to
    the white Cambridge police officer who arrested Harvard professor Skip
    Gates a summer ago—in which the poetic truth of white racism and black
    victimization is invoked so that the actual truth becomes dismissible as
    yet more racism.

    When the Cambridge cop or the Duke
    lacrosse players or the men accused of raping Tawana Brawley tried to
    defend themselves, they were already so stained by poetic truth as to
    never be entirely redeemed. No matter the facts—whether Trayvon Martin
    was his victim or his assailant—George Zimmerman will also never be
    entirely redeemed.

    And this points to the second tragedy
    that Trayvon’s sad demise highlights. Before the 1960s the black
    American identity (though no one ever used the word) was based on our
    common humanity, on the idea that race was always an artificial and
    exploitive division between people. After the ’60s—in a society guilty
    for its long abuse of us—we took our historical victimization as the
    central theme of our group identity. We could not have made a worse
    mistake.

    It has given us a generation of
    ambulance-chasing leaders, and the illusion that our greatest power lies
    in the manipulation of white guilt. The tragedy surrounding Trayvon’s
    death is not in the possibility that it might have something to do with
    white racism; the tragedy is in the lustfulness with which so many black
    leaders, in conjunction with the media, have leapt to exploit his
    demise for their own power.

    Mr. Steele is a senior fellow at Stanford
    University’s Hoover Institution. Among his books is “White Guilt”
    (Harper/Collins, 2007).

  • lessasramouth

    And ruin all the liberal’s fun. That church would never shoot the rabid dog unless it bit one of them first

  • lessasramouth

     This is what happens when you  have delusion’s of your own grandiose thinking that you (Obama) are above GOD.

  • OKCorral

    Greetings from the OK Corral:
    Well since Paul won’t even acknowledge my presence; since JohnnyFriendly is not so friendly; since Lesserevil has gone to work; since Bill won’t even give me any crap: since BloodyAx is busy taking scalps; I think I’ll blow this pop stand because I hate to play with myself.  What pray tell happended to the “blackmagic” dude…you know…the one with the cross hairs on his face…don’t tell me he went down to Florida with the rest of the Caucas?  Mebe he wus one of dem pantters!!!!   Just saying…
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • lessasramouth

     Party pooper

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Thought you had to go to work.

  • OKCorral

    Darlin….He keeps trying to get out….I keep pulling him back
    But this time I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse…I’ll leave first
    Old Gringo Ralph

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZIL4KEDI7TFBKNUDAIWWYOA4CM Larry Gibby

    I don’t disagree with you but I would suggest if you are going to put up lengthy posts that you check your spelling and grammar. It sort of takes the edge off of the message to have to work through the errors.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZIL4KEDI7TFBKNUDAIWWYOA4CM Larry Gibby

    Obamarrhoid was NOT a professor. He was a “lecturer” and only loosely referred to a a professor. He has no credentials that we have seen to support any such claim.  No Master’s and no Ph.D. In fact, nothing at all to entitle him to any such position anywhere.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZIL4KEDI7TFBKNUDAIWWYOA4CM Larry Gibby

    Yeah. Thanks to all of that oil the Brits found for them.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3JKYECDK63I2B3CFZHKW2VRAAA Richard

    They’d fire bomb the court.  Alinskyites have no problem with violence.  Just look to Bill Ayers and Bernadette Dorn as examples.
    Question is, can we expect the same from Obama….via brown shirts?

  • A_friendly_reader

    The Chicoms are feathering their nests and we get their (and Obama’s) chickensh!t.

  • planeboy

    Jeez.. http://weaselzippers .us/2012/04/05/obama-admin-applauds-tax-cuts-in-the-peoples-republic-of-china/  this guy is a a-hole.. remove the space before the  .us 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Delight thyself also in the LORD;  And he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. 
    Commit thy ways unto the Lord: trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass.

    Comfort …..and God does not speak for the sake of speaking his word is true. 

    Rest in the LORD, and wait patiently for him;  fret not thyself because of him who prospereth   in  his way, because of the man who bringeth wicked devices to pass.

    Psalm 37:4 -5 & 7 

    This World with all the evil and deception and lies and those who defend it will fall but the LORD of hosts will never fall or fail and he awaits with open arms to shield and save anyone who comes to him until that day he takes us home.  

    Become a stranger in this world just for a visit and do not conform to the ways of evil and deceiving men.  Surrender that will to HIM and he will in no way cast you out.     

  • A_friendly_reader

    They might  welcome it; it could teach them about doing it doggie-style.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Early start on spring break? He’s working on a tan for that white bread skin. When he gets back, he’ll splash on some blackface and start kicking all them honky muthas again.

  • loydarebel

     what is this,, bigfoot bible studies

  • A_friendly_reader

    I’m thinking he would be a good choice to cast in the lead role in a remake of “The Nutty Professor.” Even if he lacks the gravitas of Jerry Lewis in the original.

  • lessasramouth

     I think more along the lines of Burgermister,Misterburger

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Sagas of Loyd Yeti’s cousin,

    Loyd; Why one day I was a hiding in the woods wearing my Yeti skin cap and a hugh hand thrust through the bushs and slapped me so hard all the buttock ticks fell from my head.

    Yep you guessed it that was Yeti telling me to move on or he would make supper of me.  Weeks passed and I decided to go back in the woods near the swamp and bam..bam I was out like a light and I woke up wearing a grass skirt and had a flower in my hair.  This begun my days as a sex slave to Yeti it lasted 5-years…I have never been the same. 

    James reply,  well Loyd I guess you have some recoup time coming to you and I look forward to more of the saga’s of Loyd.  

  • A_friendly_reader

    I’ve never heard of either. But we grow up sheltered in the  Great Lakes State.

  • lessasramouth

     It is a classic. Cartoon type. Christmas. Santa Claus

  • lessasramouth

     He was the mayor(Burgermister,Misterburger) of a town that hated children playing with toy’s and banned them. He wanted the children to only do chores

  • lessasramouth

    Obama is like a magician and a used car salesman. You have to watch both hands and keep your eye on your wallet and look behind you all at the same time. Obama would put a traveling medicine side show to shame. There should be a disclaimer running on the bottom of your TV screen, never mind my mouth watch my pen, see what your misery index is going to be

  • ALTILLA

    You would think that by today, there would have been at least 3 of his former students, or what ever they call themselves, to be given a spotlight on the country media circus, and announce to the world, how brilliant he was, and are forever grateful. BUT, THE SILENCE IS GOLDEN.

    I truly believe that he can be attacked personally, and will crumble into dust. He is the “empty suited” man.

  • jas

     Are you sure?

    No Doctorate in Bowing and Scraping?  No Skinnin’ and Grinnin’ Laureate?  No Speed Reading Certificate (with a minor in Teleprompter Dictionography)? 

    The Man’s a Total Sham!!!!!   LOL!!!

  • jas

     LOL!!

    I appreciate you Ralph!

  • Ribbey

     WHAT!?!
       I don’t even get a mention!!!
        Well…….hmmpphhh!!! (>_<)
                                                   

  • Ribbey

    knock knock knock!!!
    Helloooo……………….!     :-0

                   

  • A_friendly_reader

    He was jus’ horsin’ ’round.

  • A_friendly_reader

    WHY DID OBAMA INVITE AL SHARPTON TO EASTER PRAYER BREAKFAST BUT NOT SOUTHERN BAPTIST LEADERS?
    Posted on April 5, 2012 at 11:28am by  Billy HallowellOn Wednesday, we reported about President Barack Obama’s Easter prayer address during which he spoke about Christ’s “triumph” in his crucifixion and how the story serves as a personal inspiration. However, following the prayer breakfast there seems to be some confusion regarding who was invited and, more importantly, excluded from being offered an opportunity to attend.While the Rev. Al Sharpton, known for his sometimes odd commentary and fiery rhetoric, was invited, some mainstream and well-known leaders were left off of the invitee list.FOX News’ Todd Starnes reports that Christian leaders from across the nation were invited to attend the event in the White House’s East Room. But the Obama administration is getting some criticism for not inviting some of the most prominent names in the Christian sphere. According to the Southern Baptist Convention, top leaders, including SBC President Bryant Wright and SBC Executive Committee President Frank Page, weren’t extended an invitation.Richard Land, too, who serves on the SBC’s Religious Liberty Commission, was also not invited. But Land, who is outspoken and never afraid to share his views, claims that his feelings “are not hurt.” As for the Sharpton invitation, he said, “As my east Texas grandmother once said, ‘Birds of a feather tend to flock together.’”The SBC is the nation’s most populous Protestant denomination. This fact alone, it would seem, would warrant an invitation for someone within the church. Of course, it is possible that this was merely an oversight. But the failure to send the invitation caused some, like Robert Jeffress, a pastor at First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, to harshly respond (you may recall Jeffrees coming under fire for controversial comments about Mormonism last year).“It appears that the Obama administration is more interested in the views of race-baiting, black liberation theology spokesmen like Jeremiah Wright and Al Sharpton than those of mainstream, evangelical Christians,” Jeffress said in an interview with FOX News. “To not invite leaders of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination to the White House Easter Prayer Breakfast is more evidence of this administration’s tin ear toward evangelical Christians.”Oddly, the White House has declined to provide a full list of the names of those individuals who were sent invitations. According to Starnes, the Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Initiatives, too, did not return calls addressing the matter.A White House aide claims that heads of major denominations and non-profit leaders were invited. Among them, Cardinal Donald Wuerl of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Church and Sharon Watkins, president of the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ.Planet Washington reports on a wider array of purported guests:”According to the White House aide, among the invited guests were: Pastor Joel Hunter, Senior Pastor, Northland, A Church Distributed; Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archdiocese of Washington DC; Archbishop Demetrios, Greek Orthodox Church; Pastor Louie Giglio of Passion City Church in Atlanta; Leith Anderson, President of the National Association of Evangelicals; Rev. Sharon Watkins, General Minister and President, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); Rev. Julius Scruggs, President, National Baptist Convention; Noted Christian artist Sara Groves.”Again, it’s possible that leaving the SBC out was unintentional. But the inclusion of Sharpton is particularly interesting due to his position at MSNBC, a network that features individuals widely supportive of Obama. Furthermore, Sharpton has been more than vocal about the Trayvon Martin shooting — a controversial event that continues to divide individuals in the media and public alike.One of the pastors at the event, it should be noted, was dressed, according to reports, in a hoodie – likely an effort to make a statement about the tragic shooting. The Washington Timeshas more:”A press pool of the event did not name the bishop, who was one of about 150 clergymen who attended the prayer event in the White House’s East Room. But multiple sources have since identified him as John R. Bryant, a bishop with the African Methodist Episcopal church in Chicago.”According to April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks, Mr. Bryanttold her that Mr. Obama didn’t comment on his attire even as he was shaking his hand.Taking a divergent stand from Sharpton, Land has been vocal about his opposition to civil rights leaders’ handling of the case. On his radio show on Saturday, the SBC leader unleashed his opinions about the matter.“Rather than holding rallies on these issues, the civil rights leadership focuses on racially polarizing cases to generate media attention and to mobilize black voter turnout,” he said. “This is being done to try to gin up the black vote for an African-American president who is in deep, deep, deep trouble for re-election and who knows that he cannot win re-election without getting the 95 percent of blacks who voted for him in 2008 to come back out and show they are going to vote for him again.”Of course, the invitations were likely sent before these comments were made. But Land has been no stranger to criticizing the Obama administration. One can’t help but wonder if the president invited individuals more friendly to his agenda and administration, while excluding others who have been more critical. But the only way to confirm such a notion would be to secure a list of all attendees. So far, this hasn’t been made available.(H/T: FOX News)
    http://www.theblaze com/stories/why-did-obama-invites-al-sharpton-to-easter-prayer-breakfast-but-not-southern-baptist-leaders/

  • freeinaz

     This is common practice throughout politics, to leak vital information so one can start to stir the pot if the ruling or information is not to their liking. Have you ever been to a City council meeting when all of a sudden they will retreat to an “executive session” where they talk about the issue, make dirty deals, and it is against the law to talk about any of the executive session outside of the room, but they do it all the time. The old motto “loose lips sink ships” has always been proven correct.

  • jas

    Spammer!

  • loydarebel

     ring the door bell
      im in the back room

  • loydarebel

     ribbey everyone is watching
       ancient aliens,, it’s on all night
      and all day tomorrow

  • Ribbey

    He sowing wild oats….

  • westoast

     Working the religious beat today Jerry? Is Paul on vacation?

  • jas

    Jerry took a vow of Yakibacy.  LOL!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    You sound even more upset than me. Let’s demonstrate.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Caught you off-guard, huh? 

  • jas

    I Demand Shorter Posts!!!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    http://www.vectorsite net/avyak1.html

  • A_friendly_reader

    You can find them in the post office.

  • westoast

     I heard of a holy man who lives high in the mountains. He hasn’t shut up for sixty years…..

  • jas

    Real Breezy, huh? 

  • westoast

     Sort of…
    I was reading and had to scroll back up to see who posted it.

  • westoast

     Coldies!
    Do you ever go fishing anymore Jack?

  • A_friendly_reader

    http://www.airspacemag com/flight-today/breezy.html

  • A_friendly_reader

    I’m working on my next gig, as a black militant that hates white folks, you lisping cracker.

  • bloodaxe

    Bigfoot no longer exists. I tracked him down and shot him with my .22. His hide adorns my garage wall.

    P.S.- This ain’t really true, folks. What I got was a squirrel.

  • A_friendly_reader

    What about Bighead? Do you need GPS coordinates?

  • westoast

     Need a hoodie?

  • jas

     Not for like 25 years. 

  • A_friendly_reader

    I’ll settle for a howdy.

  • westoast

     Looking at pictures of the bridge last night reminded me of fishing in the delta.
    I was going out on my little boat once in a while until a little over a year ago.
    It is a cheap fishing trip.
    With possibilities of hooking into a monster.

  • bloodaxe

    I’ll settle for a Doody.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Look in the toilet.

  • bloodaxe

    The frightening flip side of that coin is a monster may hook into you. Did you ever see Jaws?

  • A_friendly_reader

    A great ending to The Mentalist just now.

    The regulars are sitting around and looking at the pic of a baby just born to one of their colleagues. 

    The woman says something like “he’s beautiful.”

    One of the guys says, “If Winston Churchill was beautiful.”

    “Another one says, “Looks more like Mao Tse-Tung.”

    I’ve long been amazed at how ugly human infants are. I don’t think there’s an equally homely baby in the animal kingdom.

    Of course I wouldn’t whisper a word of this in the presence of a female.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Trump is on TV every week, isn’t he?

  • bloodaxe

    I knew someone would come up with a cruel retort. You obviously don’t remember a kid’s TV show from almost 60 years ago called “Howdy Doody”. It was on at about the same time as Beanie & Cecil and Flash Gordon. I loved those shows. And another one called Pinky Lee. 

  • bloodaxe

    I never heard of Bighead. Is there a bounty on him…or it?

  • A_friendly_reader

    My next-door neighbors’ favorite tune:

    It’s Howdy Doody time,

    It’s not worth a dime.

    It smells like turpentine,

    It’s Howdy Doody time.

    Please, no disturbance from the Peanut Gallery, or Buffalo Bob will come unglued.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Some refer to the beast as Bigothead. Some tell of Pumpkinhead. Like Chupacabra, he’s a shape-shifter.

  • westoast

    Giant sharks aside, I do need a bigger boat.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Amen.

  • jas

    Spoiler Alert!!!

    Some of us live on the Westoast!  Sheesh?????

    I’ve got my Tivo set on Stun……   Ever watch “Touch?”

  • jas

    My neighbor has a cabin cruiser he goes Sturgeon fishing on in the Sacramento River. 

    He’ll be 84 on June 28 (my old wedding anniversary) and his daughters won’t let him go out on it alone anymore. 

    And I’m not going out for two days!  On a boat!  In the water! 

    Do you ever see the Asians standing in the river up to their necks fishing?  LOL!!! 

    A slalom course if I ever saw one.  

  • A_friendly_reader

    I didn’t reveal the plot or how it was solved, just some sparkling repartee so that the lowly posters around here can emulate it.

    It’s what Clarabelle would have wanted. 

    Any more nattering from the Peanut Gallery, and you’ll get a spray of seltzer in your pants.

  • jas

    I have a 12-ft jon boat and a ’52 Mercury outboard.  Talk about smog.  LOL!!!

  • jas

    Of course, a snide reference to a clown (which I hate).   Chuckles the Clown to be exact!

  • westoast

    Yes I have seen their shellfish skirmish lines. They eat everything that swims, flits, floats, drifts, beds, skitters, darts, or schools.

  • bloodaxe

    When you go out in that boat make sure you have a paddle. That motor is 60 years old.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I wasn’t getting anywhere with my critique of ugly human offspring.

  • millionkeys

    Boy are you correct they are ugly sons a guns no doubt there

  • A_friendly_reader

    I think everyone is a liberal at birth. What else could explain it?

  • jas

    I pops out of gear.  I don’t use it anyway.  My son does.  Well, did.  I need to get it fixed.

    It runs like a champ otherwise.  

  • westoast

     We have talked about our antique marine gear before. I have a ’59 and ’60 Johnson, both 18 horse. I also have a small Mercury, ’73 I think.

  • jas

    ….or barks, meows, eats cheese.  LOL!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    I have a ’60 Johnson too.

    But I thought you were talking about marine equipment.

  • loydarebel

     i just wish that the south had won,
      we would of givin up slavery
       wright after we had won the war,
       we would of gave them all to the
      north,, all the whinny one’s anyway,
       can you just imagine in your mind’s,
        we wouldn’t have to lock our door’s,
       and a southern wall that was 10 times
       bigger then the china wall,
       if only we had won the fight
      for states right’s,,,,, the way this president
      is going and stupid stuff like this trayvon
      bullshit,,, that war may be about to
      start all over,, and for those that have a problem
       with what i’ve just posted,,, you can head your
      ass’s up north with the rest of the whinner’s.
      ””’im just sitt’in here dream’in is all”””

  • jas

    Magic called and wants it back.  LOL!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Five to one Loyd’s the same troll as blackreality. I can’t tell ‘em apart. 

  • jas

    I’m not comfortable around too many White people.  LOL!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    I’m too fond of mine to let it get all infested with HIV.

  • A_friendly_reader

    But a good Michigan joke.

  • westoast

     UGH!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Especially those who can’t help sticking their bigfoot in their mouth.

  • loydarebel

     there’s always one in a bunch
      if you feel you must
      then lock your door’s at night

  • A_friendly_reader

    You said it, Brother.

  • Guest

    The only cool clown-EVER, was Pennywise from the Stephen King movie, It.” We float down here, and you’l float too!”

    Other than that, I hate clowns.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I should have said their bigfoot in their bigmouth.

  • loydarebel

     how bout that mitt romney

  • Guest

    Kids are ADORABLE. Because they’re someone else’e…

  • A_friendly_reader

    Krusty the clown isn’t bad. But none can compare to Homey from “In Living Color.”

    “Homey don’t play dat!” is still one of my favorite lines ever.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Clowns of a feather stick together.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Said the mother goat to billy….

  • lessasramouth

     That is because of the cost of diapers, formula and tranks for the parents and least we not forget,daycare,and the high cost of non-extinct public education or do I mean pubic education

  • loydarebel

     i bet chu this much
      you will be voting for
      romney come nov,
      and don’t chu forget it
     

  • lessasramouth

     Nah she runs bleating and bleating so her kids follow her. She remembers what happened the last. What no tax payer condoms for me. What the BLIP

  • westoast

     You sound like Gavin Newsome, Loyd.
    “It’s gonna happen, might as well get used to it!”
    Are you guys related?

  • A_friendly_reader

    Someone shoot me!

  • A_friendly_reader

    What’s a trank? 

  • Guest

    I forgot all about Krusty. He’s a real Mench. Other than him, if you ever see a peppergas/tazer/seltzer rampage where clowns were the only victims, think of me.

  • loydarebel

     you sure got them clowns right
      you clown’s just make sure to
      not be at the wal-mart come nov.

  • westoast

     It is either a sedative or a cross-dressing skank.

  • lessasramouth

    A Tranquilizer

  • lessasramouth

     The first toast

  • westoast

     You just made me realize my true calling.
    I want to be someone clowns are afraid of.

  • lessasramouth

     The kids will take one look and scream. It would be great if it could scare liberal’s so bad that they just stood frozen for all eternity. lol

  • millionkeys

    why?

  • A_friendly_reader

    Actually, they perform a valuable service. They’re showing the US how transportation will be in the Obama economy when they drive around in those little kiddie cars.

  • westoast

     Did that happen at Adam and Eve’s wedding?

  • lessasramouth

     Only if they are run by pedal power

  • A_friendly_reader

    Homey don’t play dat.

  • loydarebel

     i don’t know whats worse
      religious folk’s bashing romney
      or al and jeese and his bunch
      yelling rascism,, maybe they are
      both the same,, romney is more
      conservative then all the other’s,
       ya i know,, it’s the mormon guy
      against your player newt
      or the catholic guy

  • lessasramouth

     I do not think so I think it is someone else

  • lessasramouth

     No they read For Whom the Bell Toll’s

  • lessasramouth

     They play, Which way did he go George, Which way did he go

  • A_friendly_reader

    There was no one to cry at the wedding except for a clown.

    Which was the first historical mention of the tears of a clown.

  • westoast

     Religion doesn’t play into it for me.
    I’m pretty sure I have never met a Mormon I didn’t like. There is one I am a little ticked at right now though.
    I didn’t want a recycled candidate. Hopefully everything will turn out alright.

  • A_friendly_reader

    That’s how florists get around too.

  • lessasramouth

     Wait for about a thousand years. You think we have it tough thrown out of Eden. You haven’t seen anything yet

  • Ribbey

     ~,,~         >~~~]]](*~~~]]](*..o..,,<             ^..^

  • A_friendly_reader

    If they’re not the same person, then which one is Tweedle Dee?

  • lessasramouth

    Hey! Glad to see you. You forgot the scales. LOL

  • loydarebel

     if it’s santurom or newt
      it won’t be a good ending
      romney’s the only one that
      will even come close to beating
      that ””whatever was elected last time”’

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    You already are……..you debate liberal idiots on Human Events.

  • lessasramouth

     IT

  • lessasramouth

     No. It is Tweedledum. A friend like you

  • A_friendly_reader

    Do re mi fa so la ti do.

  • loydarebel

     IT   that has a skin    SH

  • westoast

     What?! Bats, buffaloes, skitterbugs, and barracudas and and I’m s’posed to fish nekkid?!!!
    I don’t think so!

  • lessasramouth

     How are you? You are pulling our leg right Debate, must be a belated April ?Fools joke Right LOL

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Evening folks, did you scare off Marxist Mikey/Lackofreality? He told me on another article that my husband had better keep an eye on me cause I’d stab a Brother in the back. As Joe6Pack would say:

    HOUSTON WE HAVE A DUMBASS!

  • lessasramouth

     Not you that was a reply about what to call Obama. IT get it lol

  • westoast

    I thought they used flower power.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Use one of  the Johnsons.

  • loydarebel

     it  sh   shit    GET IT

  • lessasramouth

     Sweet they are just jealous because they can not get a beautiful, intelligent , loyal woman to feel for them what we normal women feel for our men folk

  • Ribbey

     The one that always lies….

  • Guest

     Laugh all you want. Clowns would sell you , and your whole family into servitude given half the chance. When you hear ,”radical Muslim”, think: CLOWNs. When you hear, “Zionist”, think: CLOWNs. et cetra. They are the one true enemy. The scrourge of the Earth!

    …and they must be stopped.

  • A_friendly_reader

    You didn’t really marry your brother, didja?

    I know Homey don’t play dat.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    I told him he was a moron and that my husband would bitch slap his white punk ass.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    ..

  • lessasramouth

    Besides any dumb boob would know the best place to stab someone is in the kidney, dead in a nano second with very little noise to alert the rest of the bad guy’s

  • westoast

     I meant the clowns that children are afraid of.
     Not the ones they beat up.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Stop being a thorn.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Well……WE debate. 

    I just got up.

  • lessasramouth

     Yes we do. They do not.

  • loydarebel

     ANN’S ON HANNITY

  • Ribbey

     I been standing outside looking in the
     window, but I was coming in alone.  ~..~

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     He’s mixed, but yes he’s part black. Funny how genetics work, my Son was born blond haired and blue eyed, then his eyes turn hazel like mine.
    Homey can kiss my medicinal white a$$.

  • westoast

     My Johnsons ain’t goin’ nowheres near a barracuda. Spare or no.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Do you mean the Zionists are clowns, or the ones who talk about Zionists are clowns?

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     I agree with Gab Gator, It’s Mike Davis playing some victim black guy.

  • lessasramouth

     That is okay. i was up at 5:30. Had to do chores earlier then usual so I could take my poor little puppy and get him tutored. Wish i could do that to some men(Avatar’s) here. It would probably help them seeing as of how the battle between testosterone and estrogen  is making them the way they are

  • A_friendly_reader

    Like Killer Klowns from Outer Space?

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Oh just peachy, do we have a Nazi among us?

  • westoast

     Ooh the clowns ain’t gonna like that.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    And it took him over 48 hours to come up with that stupid answer.

  • lessasramouth

     Either way you look at it they are close to achieving their goal. To get us to not come here or to sink to a worse level then them so we get the boot.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I didn’t ask about his race, just if you married your brother.

  • jas

    Toast the Frown!  

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    We’ll never figure it out, and who cares anyway? I just respond to the comments because the public who reads here will never understand the who’s who game anyway.

  • lessasramouth

     They might like that to much vision’s of home you know

  • A_friendly_reader

    You don’t want your Johnsons around Sarah Palin?

  • westoast

     STOP BEING A BLOOMING IDIOT!   ; ).

  • lessasramouth

     Be nice

  • lessasramouth

     New’s for you. She has seen Johnson’s that would put any man to shame. LOL

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Oh I misread, I thought it said did I marry a Brother. Sorry. I didn’t take offense to it. I’m just a little punchy tonight. It’s been a long week for me.

  • Ribbey

                                                 ^           ^
                                                O          O
    ……………………….                    )(                scardey kat!!
                                                  ……..                         
                                               

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Well, there ya have it. I was never afraid of those clowns either.

  • lessasramouth

     Anyone who has friends and especially family is never alone. I am very glad to see you

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Probably had to scan a bunch of websites to come up with that answer.

  • Guest

    PSSSFFFT. Who cares what a clown likes? They have their own agenda,and it’s rabidly antiAmerican at it’s core. Look..I gotta log off now, I have said too much already. The troof is out there, do your own research. Google facepaint+Bilderburgs.

    Good luck.

  • A_friendly_reader

    You’re a real pistil tonite.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Is there any doubt?

  • jas

    I thought that Clown would never leave.  LOL!!!

  • lessasramouth

    I am the liberal’s worst nightmare. I am a white woman. Stay at home mom. Raising my children was more important to me then the new fad that we(parents) had to have. Educated. Country. Bubba Effect. CONSERVATIVE. MARRIED, before I had kids. WOMAN

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    My favorite character was Jim Carey playing Fireman Bill. Homey was funny as well, but another tangent about how ” the man” is keepin him down.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Why doesn’t anyone ever source their information anymore?

  • A_friendly_reader

    That would be a good clown name. 

  • joe6pack

    What in the wide world of sports is a goin on round here?

  • westoast

     I wouldn’t want to be scary enough to scare them. Then I would frighten other critters as well.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Hey Joe!

  • A_friendly_reader

    That looks uncomfortably like a human baby.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Well I can’t say that I was a stay at home Mom. Hubby and I worked opposite days so our Son was with one of us, and if we happened to work on a same day, he was with a Grandparent after school until one of us got home from work.

  • lessasramouth

     Some but still it is all in fun until some one get’s hurt ( mad , manically laughter of the parent and then the question What Did We learn. it is all in fun okay. i laugh at myself more than any one else does trust me.

  • Ribbey

    *          *       *
    *           *       *
    * * * * *       *           LeeAnn!!!!!!
    *           *       *
    *           *       *

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Howdy Joe your ears must have been buzzing. I just mentioned you a few comments ago.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Hey Less, I hope you didn’t take my email reply back to you wrong.

  • lessasramouth

     I know because I was getting ready to ad an addendum to  my post that that is another way of getting to our kids. making sure both parents had to work to make ends meet. Suck’s doesn’t it that they did that to the family unit and it was done DELIBERATELY

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Hi, You are becoming quite the artistic one. Is Gator tutoring you?

  • joe6pack

    Hey bud! I am only on for a few. I have company, but had a minute, so I thought I would stop in and see wuz up.

  • jas

    Magic’s Johnson?   

  • A_friendly_reader

    How did you take that remark about Zionists?

  • westoast

     The new sheriff showed up. And you’ll never guess who he is.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Bubba Effect?

    Don’t like the sound of THAT.

  • lessasramouth

     Nope. As you can see. Once a friend of mine you are stuck with me until forever. Which if you ask some is worse then The Devil Wearing Prada. LOL

  • joe6pack

    Thanks for the props, Sweet! I was just checking email and followed it back here. I thought I would say hi.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I had something to tell you, but I can’t remember what it was. I just got up.

  • lessasramouth

     Oh! It is real and coming to your town real soon. lol

  • A_friendly_reader

    Remember the Dysfunctional Family? Pork and beans! Pork and beans!

    And the head detective. And Carrey as the Elvis hunter. But Homey was best.

  • westoast

    You as well.
    We can act silly and still stamen.

  • joe6pack

    Where is my Hi?
    :-D

  • lessasramouth

     Dope-a-long- ding-a-ling

  • A_friendly_reader

    What you see is what you get.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Yes I use to watch that show too. Do you remember Comedy Central back in the early 90′s when they had those tasteless commercials?

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     You taking off already?

  • lessasramouth

     I try and when in doubt I put a question mark. I figure someone will tell me. Keeps the brain active and I am all for that

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Man, to be this good at the game, you have to be a real pun of a gun.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Hmmm. I don’t know how to laugh. I just look stern all the time.

  • joe6pack

    Ah… Retired life. You just sleep when ya wanna, huh?

    Well, when you think of it … Just email me if I ain’t around.

  • A_friendly_reader

    We all did — the subject was clowns.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    It’ll come to me after my computer blows up.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk.

  • Ribbey

     Awww… ; – ))   Thanks! Glad to see you tooo!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Omar?

  • lessasramouth

    Now I know you are pulling my leg. Any parent at some point in time will laugh at the antics that their kid will get into to.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Sounds like someone got tripped up somewhere, but what the hell.

  • westoast

     Or telephone booth stuffing + New World Order

  • A_friendly_reader

    That’s a break for Joe.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I could respond to that or just stay mum.

  • lessasramouth

     NP. How is Rosebud. tongue in cheek. Blooming yet

  • A_friendly_reader

    Next to your dry.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

     Hey!

  • joe6pack

    Who?

  • westoast

     Google “What in the wide world of sports is going on here.”

  • A_friendly_reader

    Well, I watched, but I don’t remember any of the commercials. I don’t think I remember anything but Mystery Science Theater 3000.

  • joe6pack

    Stop It!

  • A_friendly_reader

    I was (hint hint) mainly (hint) referring to (hint hint) the remark about the Johnsons that Palin has seen.

    (Hint)

  • A_friendly_reader

    LBJ doesn’t count.

  • joe6pack

    I am on my iPhone, so I hope I don’t miss anything.

    My mom, daughter and grandson are down to visit. I am hanging out with my young’ n right this minute.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Hold on…..tutored??

    I just got up, so did I read this right?

  • Ribbey

     *    *    [****   *       *
     * * *    [****     * **        Joe!
     *    *    [****         *
                                     *

  • A_friendly_reader

    Toast is a regular Pun-job.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Give em a Big Howdy from the frozen north.

  • lessasramouth

     I remember that. It was a spin off of Elvira’s, one she did. Elvira’s was better. Remember the boob spitting milk and drowning and bowling over people. A man’s best dream or worst nightmare. LOL

  • westoast

     No need to make a decision right now.
    Wait for a thought to germinate.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Their kid?

    Are you trying to get my goat?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Pun-jab? Is he Arab?

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    LMAO

  • lessasramouth

     Now I am jealous. i have no artistic talent. unless stick figure’s count. DARN.LOL

  • A_friendly_reader

    Honk honk!

  • Ribbey

     babies don’t have ears like that, that I know of…….

  • lessasramouth

    Bahhhad joke lol

  • westoast

    You must have bags of gags.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Elvira’s back doing the same shtick, 20-30 years since she began. She’s a big lib activist, by the  way.

    Now what were you saying about Obama?

  • lessasramouth

     Did you get a little bit of snow spit. you know a flake here and there. No accumulation

  • westoast

     Not really. The flow just starts to go in a jest fest.

  • Ribbey

     Nah…. glad to be here,
     and glad to see ya’ll, just
     don’t have much to say, heh heh heh!   : – ))

  • lessasramouth

     see what happens when a red head put’s on a black wig and get’s a boob job. There goes their brain.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Well just thankful he wasn’t shipped off to some day care of strangers. He was with family or on occasion very close friends that he always enjoyed being with.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I’ve, uh…..gotten into some trouble over that…..yeah.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Don’t tell me. Tell Lily White.

  • Ribbey

    should be there I made you a B I G  one!  ;-) )
    Right under what in the wild world of sports
    comment.

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     No, Up north in the Arrowhead they got a dusting a few days ago. They were saying we could get frost tonight, but it didn’t feel that cold when I got home.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I can’t believe you don’t know Punjab is an Indian.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Wimmin don’t need talent.

  • jas

    Didn’t see it and don’t see people’s beefs with Jews.  

  • A_friendly_reader

    Please don’t be — wait for it — gruff.

  • westoast

     If I tell her I will have to planter.

  • joe6pack

    Hey wibbey! How you Hun?

  • joe6pack

    I gotcha!

  • lessasramouth

     I looked and could not find my comment about him. So to fly off the broom handle here goes. Obama was mad at Pelosi because they were flying on Airforce Broom One and she got lost. Obama, bring us down a tick and she miss  heard and thought  he said well get the drift. we now not only have a spineless President but a well you fill in the blank LOL

  • joe6pack

    Toot toot!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Just so it doesn’t devolve into a Jester the Molester.

  • lessasramouth

    It spit snow off and on until late this afternoon. cold here to down in the mid to low 20′s

  • westoast

     Would you guys be quiet.
    I can’t hear over the Gunga Din.

  • jas

    Did you remember to oil the springs?  

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    This is about eddie again, isn’t it…….

  • A_friendly_reader

    Who’s paying attention to the latter?

  • lessasramouth

     See family. Nothing wrong with that. We women have to do what we need to do.

  • jas

    I can pour exactly one cup of water, if you call that a talent.  

  • Ribbey

     Oh yeah! and climbing! ;-) )

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I.I……I knew that, I ….just got up.

  • westoast

     Hi Joe. I knew you would see that.

  • Ribbey

     ~..~
            ~,,~
                   ~..~  Hey LD!

  • joe6pack

    LA, My peeps say howdy back atcha!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Hey RL!

  • A_friendly_reader

    You looked too far back. I referred to your last post — “Remember the boob spitting milk and drowning and bowling over people. A man’s best dream or worst nightmare.”

  • A_friendly_reader

    Beep beep!

  • westoast

    What is a jester the molester?
    Some kind of Michigan shenanigans?

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     : )

  • A_friendly_reader

    Everything’s about him. Just ask him.

  • lessasramouth

     Oh! Yes we do. Cooking to name one. Almost as fast as sex to a man”s heart er brain er well let’s keep it clean. lol

  • A_friendly_reader

    Tell Ricki Ticki to knock off the Tavi.

  • westoast

    Are you still on the floral theme?
    My guess is you are referring to Eddie because he is a pansy.

  • Ribbey

     
            ___*O*___
                      l
                  _  l _            LOL!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Otay, kimosabe.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Was there a tornado warning?

  • lessasramouth

     Free for all come and join in but mind you are going to have to explain where the mud came from. LOL. A dirty joke a Pig fell in the mud. A clean joke. The Pig got a bath

  • A_friendly_reader

    Skelton, man.

  • lessasramouth

    That isn’t fair I am going to write my congressmen er women er oh darn what the hay is for horses  LOL

  • A_friendly_reader

    You must have better cookbooks than I’ve ever heard of.

  • westoast

     That’s not him. He is quietly reading his jungle book…..over in the bamboo.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I never did know what that word meant.

  • A_friendly_reader

    What outside of horticulture could explain that bulbous head?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    You noticed that too?

  • Ribbey

     
    .    .    .     > *^ * <
                         )~(          Nah….

  • lessasramouth

     A man works, he get fed a man doesn’t work he starves. Sort of like evolution. if it wasn’t for us women you men would still be living in a cave and eating, furry ,raw ,dead critters, and trying to convince yourselves that you are happy LOL

  • A_friendly_reader

    Me neither.

    I’m guessing that a native American with cancer is treated with chemo-sabe.

  • Ribbey

     .          .           ~~~O ^ O~~~
                                       V

  • lessasramouth

     A good recipe was invented supposedly by a man who’s wife refused to cook or was really bad at it. It is called God Damn Adama bread. it is very good

  • westoast

     Hey! No tumor humor!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Too big to ignore.

  • bloodaxe

    I never did either.
    Forgive me for deviating from the topic being discussed but I was surfing the web (I think that’s what they call it) and I came across this really cool old black & white video made in 1964 of Julie Rogers singing The Wedding Song. What a beauty she was and what a great job she did on it! If you like real oldies, check it out. What a performance.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I dunno, Harold Smith said it.

  • A_friendly_reader

    A water tower?

  • A_friendly_reader

    What do you mean, “you would”?

  • bloodaxe

    There is no woman in my life and I live in a tiny apartment and eat a lot of stuff that comes in cans or can be zapped in the microwave.

  • lessasramouth

     I think that you think that she did a stick figure. See how it escalates

  • A_friendly_reader

    Clarabelle! Great pic!

  • Ribbey

    Just fine thank you and you?
        (my toothache is back-ugh)  ;-/

  • A_friendly_reader

    I think the guy who came up with that was Jeremiah Wright.

  • lessasramouth

     Oh! One of those smart people that can use a microwave. I can’t. use a microwave to complicated. I am not joking either. Give me an old fashioned gas stove any day

  • A_friendly_reader

    Not even two more?

  • Ribbey

    ____W_H_A_T___ ? !?!!

    what about my special purpose?

  • lessasramouth

     No. it is a real old recipe that was in a cookbook. the cookbook is called The Bread and Soup Cookbook. The book was out of print and cost $60.00. That was before BHO

  • A_friendly_reader

    So you don’t have to share. That’s good!

  • A_friendly_reader

    It was obviously a toadstool, but I pretended otherwise for laughs.

  • lessasramouth

     Well when all else fails I use whiskey straight on the tooth. Gargle and spit. Wait for the screams and yells of racist 

  • A_friendly_reader

    Isn’t that a relief?

  • A_friendly_reader

    How long do I have to wait?

  • lessasramouth

     Ah! Very good imagination. Now why didn’t I think of that. Obama, Toadstool and a fly. Take your pick on which one was the toadstool and which one was the fly. ZZZZZZZZZ, tongue, yum

  • lessasramouth

     Would what

  • A_friendly_reader

    I asked you first.

  • lessasramouth

     Wait for what. Please clarify as i have put my foot in my mouth up to my thigh and trust me it is not that appetizing

  • A_friendly_reader

    Homey don’t play dat.

  • Ribbey

    you can get one in the mail…..    *^ *

  • A_friendly_reader

    You said, “Wait for the screams and yells of racist.” I asked how long do we have to wait?

  • lessasramouth

     Well let’s see. I would do almost anything to protect what is mine by din’t of hard work. i would protect my friends. I would protect the weak. To do less is to be less of a human being and more like a liberal.
    Your turn
    LOL

  • A_friendly_reader

    Now I don’t remember the question.

  • lessasramouth

     Well now that was a surprise. whiskey, gargle, and spit. I was waiting for no you drink it down. Whiskey,burr,shiver and yuck that was awful, and then you get drunk enough and hey this taste pretty good and the next thing you know you are hanging on for dear life to the White Porcelain Goddess “Saying never again” LOL

  • A_friendly_reader

    I’m hungry. I’m gonna microwave something.

  • westoast

     Mmmmmm…..food.

  • Ribbey

     ^^^O O^^^
              *
              V

  • lessasramouth

     But the upside no more toothache. Until the next day and not only do you have a tooth ache but also a pounding head ache that they both seem to throb at the same time. LOL

  • lessasramouth

     No fur now

  • Ribbey

     Jack Daniels and a pair of channel locks!     *o* Yowtchee!!!

  • lessasramouth

    well folks all joking and joshing aside need to go to bed as the am comes early. Take care and be safe . Until we meet again

  • lessasramouth

     That is not fair trying to type and laugh is almost as bad as trying to type drunk or tired. Love you ribbey and keep the laughs coming. The best medicine. give-em-hell night

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

     Skelton Less, I’m about ready to hang it up for the night myself.

  • A_friendly_reader

    From the Dysfunctional Family cookbook: Pork and beans! Pork and beans!

  • Sweetrae aka: LeAnn

    Skelton peeps

  • Ribbey

     exhilarating! Liberating!Ex-eye-tation!  ;-)

  • A_friendly_reader

    A bat, women’s lingerie or both.

  • Ribbey

     Ah ha ha ha ha! B O T H!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I’ll see if I can locate it.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Fur now and furever.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Pleasant dreams of killer clowns.

  • Ribbey

     NITE  LESS!*****   GOD  BLESS!******* skelton!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Stay warm.

  • Ribbey

     OTAY!     YOU  TOOOO!    God Bless!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GTI75XABBHOCUCN2ESXRBOF43U CWS fan

    Gee poodle guy: Exactly what Federal law did she violate. SCOTUS Justices are self-policed. It was soley up to her Liberal Puke self to determine if she should be recused. Therefore please supply us that portion of the USC or other Regulation. Don’t come back until you can deliver.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GTI75XABBHOCUCN2ESXRBOF43U CWS fan

    Mr. Cleere: You may well confuse many of these folks with facts. Stick around. They need you.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GTI75XABBHOCUCN2ESXRBOF43U CWS fan

    Nothing to prove that the prelim vote was leaked. All that was needed was to pay attention to Justice Kennedy’s words during oral arguements.

  • Ribbey

     I liked the clown in “Spawn”

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GTI75XABBHOCUCN2ESXRBOF43U CWS fan

    Tony: Why should anyone except your family care who you are?
    Are you the fairest of them all?

  • jas

    A_friendly_johnson (lol)

    How’s it hangin?    

  • Ribbey

     ” Don’t ya just hate weak kneed satanists?”

  • Ribbey

    ~~~~~~~  LD! You there? ~~~~~~~

  • joe6pack

    Nope

  • joe6pack

    Skelton LA!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    http://www youtube com/watch?v=qe3eY08dY3M

    I think she sang this on the British TV series “Top of the Pops” September 24 1964

    Her most recent release was the 2003 album, Sing Another Song. She’s now 68 and she’s still a knock out.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Yeah….

  • Ribbey

     J.W Coop told this gal “man I wish I had
    a swing like that in my back yard.”
     Ha ha ha ha ha ha! ;-) )

  • Ribbey

     Wha? ;-)

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    That was a good movie, but I have a hard time getting into westerns set in modern times.

  • joe6pack

    Nuttin’ just goofin’.

    How you hun? That tooth ok?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Christina Farrare was in that movie, and she was married to John DeLorean.

  • Ribbey

     Yeah, me too. There are’nt very many, although I did like Cowboy Way!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Cowboy Way? I’m trying to remember. I don’t think I saw that.

  • westoast

     I’m back (yes, I was gone). What did I miss?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Just me doin’ my trivia thing.

  • joe6pack

    I dunno. When you find out…fill me in.

    Hey Toasty! How’s things?

  • jas

    ………………………………………………

  • joe6pack

    I missed that? DAMN! 

    Is that why BrokeBlackHonky left here with his tail tucked up tight?

  • jas

    I suppose I would if I knew any. 

    On the other hand I’m not Religious and I hate Atheists.  Go figure….

  • jas

    Uh, Joe….

    I was talking about Jerry.  LOL!!!

  • Ribbey

    Yeah, it’s fine now, just took a few minutes. I gargled with real
    hot real(sea) salty water and two aspirins and whadda ya know,
    10 min later…. it’s gone! Thanks for asking Joe! I’m good now…
    Man! That sucker was hurting like the devil awhile ago! I need
    to quit fooling around and just go get it pulled! LOL! Anyways
    I wanted to tell ya awhile ago, give your Mom a real big hug!
    Wish I could do that! You’re a lucky man to have her!!!  ;-) )

  • joe6pack

    LMAO!

    Does Jerry know?

  • westoast

     Things suck lately.
    But that’s okay. Most of it is caused by someone who is going into the wind.
    Work is slow again but that will change.
    All in all, adversity can’t chink my armor with what it is trying to throw at me.
    So things are good.
    Thanks for straightening me out on that Joe.

  • westoast

    Yes I was. Ah, the good ol’ days.

  • Ribbey

     That’s where that girl is from dang it!
     I was trying to remember who she was! ;-) )

  • joe6pack

    Good to hear about your tooth ache. Not much worse pain than that.

    Mom thanks you for the hug! 

    I am in hog heaven…I have Mom, my daughter and grandson here for a week. We are going to have big fun at the beach tomorrow.

  • westoast

     Who played the guy in that movie about that thing that caused all that stuff to happen?

  • westoast

     Sounds fun Paradise in paradise. Cool.

  • Ribbey

     with Woody Harrillson and Kiefer Sutherland

  • joe6pack

    Staying positive is always half the battle. That is why I always ask ” how’s things?” “Things” can always be worse.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Gary Oldman…..next!

  • Ribbey

     ~~~~~~E V E R Y T H I N G!  ~~~~~~~~~~~~     LOL!

  • westoast

     Oh yeah….

  • 1LonesomeDove1

     She was in ” The Impossible Years” with Jimmy Stewart.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Yeah!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Yeah, you could be some poor chic who wakes up in a Vegas motel married to REALICHEATER.

  • Ribbey

     LMAO!!!   : – >>

  • joe6pack

    My mom is a frequent visitor. She will drive the 8 hours down here at the drop of a hat. LOL!

    My daughter and grandson I haven’t seen in almost two years so…I am VERY happy to see them. He is almost 4 and has gotten so big since I saw him last. We went for a LONG walk tonight. I enjoyed it mucho!

  • Ribbey

     That was a quote from the clown in that movie
     ”Spawn” he was an obnoxious funny clown!

  • joe6pack

    EXACTLY! That’s what I mean by “things could be worse”.

    LMAO!

  • Ribbey

    LOL!

  • westoast

     Sounds great. Warms my heart.

  • Ribbey

     Wow! I’ll bet that does feel great! Ya gotta take some pics. ok?
     Your gonna have fun!  ~,,~

  • joe6pack

    Yeppers! You should be able to find me on there. You have my real name. 

  • joe6pack

    Yep! My wife is a shutter bug.

  • Ribbey

     what?!

  • joe6pack

    Best feeling in the world is hanging with grand kid(s).

  • joe6pack

    Gotta hit the sack. Big day ahead. Skelton, my friends!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Skelton Joe!

  • westoast

    See you Joe. Have a great day.
    Skelton. 

  • westoast

    I am out also.
    Good night everybody.
    Skelton.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Skelton WT!

  • Ribbey

     Can’t recall that one off hand..

  • Ribbey

     You mean like that Jimmy Buffet song? “Fool Button”  LMAO!  Eww…..

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    It was a comedy, but I was wrong about Jimmy Stewart. It was David Niven.

    Stewart did another comedy similar to that one.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Yep!

  • Ribbey

     G Nite!

  • Ribbey

     G Nite Joe!  God Bless! Have fun! Take pics!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Stewart’s movie was “Take Her, She’s Mine” 1963

  • Ribbey

     Two of my all time favorites with him is “Sons of Katy Elder” and “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance”

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Uh, he wasn’t in the first one, but the second one was one of my favorites. The first one was John Wayne.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    It’s the same with me. After you’ve seen a thousand westerns, sometimes they start running into each other.
     

  • Ribbey

     Yeah LD, him and John Wayne and Dean Martin were brothers that went home after thier mom died…

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    That was Michael Anderson Jr, Earl Holliman, and Dean Martin, Ribbey,.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I’m sending you the secret to my trivia success in an e-mail. Hold on.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Done….go check.

  • Ribbey

     O.K.
         It’s like this, the particular movie I wanted to identify was the movie where Jimmy Stewart shoots this money bag off of this big beam on the side of a barn towards the end . Where they robbed a bank and it was gonna be their last job…..

  • Ribbey

     Otay…BRB….

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Oh….I know which one that was. I remember now. It WAS Dean Martin….and there was something about their mother in that movie. Can’t remember the name.

    Hold on.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    It was Bandolero

      

     

  • Ribbey

     LD,
                Yeah! That’s it! “Bandelero”  Jimmy Stewart was great in that one.  Thanks! :-) )

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I don’t have it, but I wish I did. I’d like to have a complete library of Stewart and Wayne.

  • Ribbey

     Did you like Waterhole No. 3 ?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I don’t remember. Let me look at it.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I never saw that one. Sounds good though. I might order it.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    It’s $6.74 used VHS on Amazon.

  • Ribbey

     Oh it’s a classic! A find. A keeper. You won,t regret it.
     LD, My cousin emailed me about this site “History of League City”
    Where I was born and grew up. If you are looking for something to do sometime just google those words, you go right straight to it. Click on the 3rd one down I believe. It says Live Oaks of League City. There’s a story about my great grand dad..  ;-) )

  • Ribbey

     eh eh! You still have a VHS player?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I do, but it doesn’t work. I have to get another one.

    George Washington Butler?
     

  • Ribbey

     Type in The History of League City And then click on the Live oaks of League City. The story about George Washington Butler(my great grand dad is there at the beginning.

  • Ribbey

     skip the word “The”

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    OK

  • Ribbey

     Oh yeah, I’m sure you know about Glenn Ford week coming huh?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    No, but I do now. I coulda had one of his photos autographed before he died, but I never bought it. Darn!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    LEAGUE CITY, TEXAS. League City is on Clear Creek and
    Magnolia Bayou, State Highway 3, and U.S. Highway 75, equidistant from
    Houston and Galveston, in northwestern Galveston County. It was formerly
    the site of a Karankawa Indian village. George W. Butler, the town’s
    first resident, arrived from Louisiana in 1873 and settled at the
    conjunction of Clear Creek and Chigger Bayou; a brickyard was the first
    local business.

  • Ribbey

     Man! You got it. I’ll tell you what! I t sure does bring back some memories.Alot of those stories I heard over and over. One of the site is a story about JC League, the man who League City is named after written by a lady with last name Wooten. They lived down the road from us just a little. I grew up with her.

  • Ribbey

     You made me smile and forget my toothache….. that was very nice…thanks!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    LEAGUE CITY, TX Is right on the Gulf. I’m lookin’ at it by satellite.
     

  • Ribbey

     Or in the Gulf heh heh heh Depending on the time of year!

  • Ribbey

     Say, you think now that I have revealed a bit more about myself and family that he might quit talkin down to me….?  but then again, maybe not! LOL!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I doubt it. It’s not a good thing to reveal too much about family here.

  • Ribbey

     That was it..heh heh heh!  ; – )) You know earlier when we were talking about the vhs, made me think about how I’ve bought The Beatles White Album 5 times! LOL

  • Ribbey

     Getting sleepy yet?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Yeah…

  • Ribbey

     Did you happen to see the part of the story where my great grand dad had former slaves, blacks that he paid salaries and gave land to. The first black landowner in League city was employed by him…

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Yeah, I read that.

  • Ribbey

    Well, thanks for indulging me LD, guess I’ll see you over the hill my friend.
     Take Care! God Bless! And as always…..skelton  ~..~

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Skelton Ribbey!

  • angel3514

    The only thing I disagree with is-”wicked witch of the west”. I think more appropriately it would be “offspring of an alien from a planet bent on taking over the world”. 

  • Fire_n_Brimstone

    two of my favorite past-times

  • NovelDog

    If you are saying Obama is a punk, then I like your ending line?

  • NovelDog

    Well put long, long name guy/gal, whoever? Noneedforhopewhenuhaveabrain is a good choice, but a mite long don’t you think? No matter, have a nice day, and if possible….vote a Democrat out of office, and that will help make the day for all of us.

  • jas

    The Obama Economy is still sputtering along while he circles the wagons around his most reliable voting block–Females. 

    Stating that women are not a special interest group, the Panderer in Chief nonethelsss has placed the perceived plight of the female [voter] as the centerpiece to his upcoming class struggle, otherwise known as the Presidential Election Campaign. 

    Tug at the old heart strings, Barry.   Who cares if it’s such an obvious and threadbare Dim election gimmick. 

    It’ll probably work….

  • deshawnjon

    Thank you for your service. No, most former military do not find it necessary to advertise, however there are some who use the military as props, political ploys and to assuage their guilt.

  • deshawnjon

    in the mirror again

  • deshawnjon

    why are you still replying

  • deshawnjon

    I know and the fact that you put O’Reilly in that category is disturbing and is of very questionable judgment. The problem is that, as you say, they represent a very small minority of people who may think of themselves as conservative, but have sought and pretend to be the spokespersons for the rest of us for personal financial gain and too many accept them as such. This does a disservice to the rest of us.

  • deshawnjon

    How many spots asshole! You keep proving my point, now don’t you. All mouth and no brain! Go get that federal phone number for me, please I may need to call them with a complaint about my AAA auto insurance policy. And, change your adult diaper on the way, you are beginning to smell.

  • deshawnjon

    more genius’

  • deshawnjon

    Your wife, what’s his name?

  • deshawnjon

    His real name is Lennie

    So many cats, so few recipes!

  • deshawnjon

    So amuse me!

  • deshawnjon

    By the way, what was that comment you made – homey – the other day suppose to mean. Be careful, you have already shown how utterly stupid and and gutless you are.
    As to Byrd – I had no clue as to what he was suppose to be referring to, but it just shows the level of intelligence, understanding, forethought and involvement there is in this group when they can’t get a simple fact straight, but think they know it. A lot of that going on here.
    Like you and the other dimwit here, LD. He doesn’t understand that the republicans are trying to usurp the states regulation of the insurance industry and you think they already had. MORON

  • deshawnjon

    There you go with your racists remarks again – do they ban racists here? And, as I have said before, do not post anywhere else. How many national spots is Limbaugh running per hour. What is the matter, you afraid to say. And, I do not have to prove anything to you, but I have been in the conservative movement probably longer than you have been a member of the trailer park circle club.

  • deshawnjon

    Can’t disagree with that, although it is hard to be a current

  • deshawnjon

    As I was saying – Can’t disagree with that, although it is hard to be a current anything when you are dead, wouldn’t you agree, or did you not know this?

  • deshawnjon

    I’m sorry, I thought you said there was no boycott? How many spots is he running? Afraid to start counting are you, or is it you just can’t count?

  • deshawnjon

    possible, but he would have been draft age in early 69 before the lottery went into effect in 70. in those days they were doing pre-induction physicals very early on and depending on the needs, called up right away. of course, he did go to college for a very short time (buy time?) then dropped or flunked out. never recall him talking much about it regarding himself. guess the less said, the less likely to get caught in a lie. but, as i said, great patriot like him should have been at the Marine recruiting office on his 18th birthday.

  • deshawnjon

    As you are a new critic, I will explain a little as to how this has evolved. It started when I criticized Rush for apologizing to Fluke and then suggested that us conservatives cancel our subscriptions to HBO over Maher and the Palin movie. I also suggested we stop watching network and local ABC, NBC news over their propaganda and bias (now Hannity and Company are in an uproar over the Fl. shooting case news lies) as a means to retaliate, take the fight to them and make them start paying a price for their own tactics, instead of just rolling over as usual. I suggested that the likes of Hannity, etc claim they don’t support boycotts on principal and free speech issues. I think it is a crock and that for a number of reasons, that I do not want to rehash now, it is for self serving, personal financial reasons. I think Limbaugh caved and that is has set a wrong precedent, showed weakness and gave credibility to our enemies. I think that he did it not for any high minded purposes, but personal financial reasons. I think we are in a war and they L/H either don’t know it or aren’t up to the fight.
    There is a group here, which apparently must have a filter in the site that alerts them to anything written which appear to be critical of L/H and perhaps others. They then go ballistic and hysterical and attacks anyone who writes such heresy and blasphemy. This, despite the fact that they alternately claim that they listen, don’t listen, follow what they say, don’t care what they say and that anything I say is not worth replying to. They are a group who I believe think that they are informed, intelligent and involved and have proven to be absolutely ignorant and know nothing about anything. They give real conservatives a bad name.
    I think the time has come when we stop accepting both talk show hosts, who willingly take on the mantel of leadership, and politicians who are posers, cliches, hypocrites, wusses, phonies, liars, self serving, the clueless, frauds,empty suits who deal in talking points, bull shitters full of bull crap, kiss ass interviews and then brag about them. The list demonstrating this is long. As a result, we are losing our Country. Some is attributable to cognitive dissidence, but we need to get grip. After all, it was Reagan who sett the precedence for illegal amnesty, patients bill of rights creating a new entitlements, cut and ran from Lebanon and yes cut taxes but increased spending. Yeah, he ended the cold war, but where are we now (they have the oil and we need their rockets to get to the space station). We need to stop giving these guys and girls a pass. Time for new blood – not those who have gotten comfortable in their surroundings – those with a set of balls who are willing to really take on the fight.

  • darkcyder

    Holy Crap- she’s not that smart- several paragraphs, and she was only able to sneak in one anti-santorum statement.

    It is amazing, however, that she has chosen to back off her leg-humping of Romney for a week. Perhaps she feels she has “mission accomplished” in the words of a former president.

  • darkcyder

    So, Ann backed off on full-out Romney Leg-humping for a week- in the words of George Bush, she must think it is “mission accomplished”. Let’s hope she was as wrong as Goerge was. I did note that she was able to get a dig in at Santorum in the opening lines.

    Interesting enough. The average voter will not be able to differentiate between Romnecare and Obamacare come election time. That’s why it has been termed “Obamneycare”. However, if the SCOTUS states that Obamnacare is unconstitutional, and the reson is that ONLY states could enact such a law. It will give Romney a leg to stand on versus Obamacare in the election. And it will validate the very thing he has been saying, and make the average American understand that finite difference, which up until that point would have been too much to ask. I am not a Romney supporter, but I see this as a potential move to save Romney’s electability. I watch it with renewed interest.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Duward-Underwood/1289003372 Duward Underwood

    VERT GOOD!!! At least there is one out there that feels as I do. Thanks

  • deshawnjon

    Hey twit – how many spots you counting – i’m getting about 5 or 6 and my local about 3 or 4 on average. Even a piss ass little twit like you realizes how soon they are coming back out of breaks and back into show. And, what happened to ice tea Barbies’ little ice tea hobby crap. She boycotting or did they run out of Lipton ice tea mix?

  • deshawnjon

    By the way, notice how the little wussy (I’m being kind) couldn’t even bring himself to use the word coon in quoting the news story. And while preaching to Ryan not to be defensive, he is the won who apologized, got on his knees and groveled. Some hero – like I say, they don’t make Viagra for the spine.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Because you’re an idiot, and I like to smack idiots.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Holding it up to you, even though you’re a blind moron.

  • http://2bev.myopenid.com/ bev

    Because I’m a little tired of people cursing the “mindless masses” for not thinking for themselves and for believing every bit of obvious bilge that comes out of the media or the government, I’m offering another way to look at it.
     If, like me, you observe that a very small percentage of people can reason well enough to find their way out of the forest of lies and distortions on their own, then it’s logical to assume that the “mindless” are the normal ones. Rather than call them “mindless”, we should call those who can reason “mindful” and realize that this group are the abnormal ones, the very very few.
       This has huge consequences, politically. Conservatives are always counting on rational arguments to win votes. “Read the Constitution” is a good example. Democrats are always counting on lies, half-truths, distortions, and demagogury, i.e. communication, to get votes. Conservatives count on reason, Liberals count on *communication*. But if most people can’t or won’t reason, who has the better strategy? Conservatives want people to think, Liberals tell people what to think.
       The truth is, Liberals understand people better than Conservatives. And, (here’s the hard part to swallow), it’s NOT cynicism. Recognizing what’s normal for human beings is not cynicism. Wanting every voter to be able to reason his or her way through the unbelievable mess that surrounds every issue may feel good to Americans and idealists, it’s not realistic, and it’s not the way to save our counrtry from power-mad statists.
      Conservatives must start communicating in a way that gets people to vote for them, and that isn’t by quoting facts and figures, charts and graphs, and then telling voters to figure it out. Talk to people’s emotions, especially fear, and hammer it home repeatedly. Those who can reason can find their own way to fear (I’m frightened of Obama, aren’t you?). For those who can’t reason, they have to be led and told to fear Obama. They can’t get there on their own. This is the only way to save the country.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Jas,

    The clapping seals for Obammy don’t want the truth or any reason they want a smiling manure spreader who talks in circles. They want to feel good about voting for a minority because their white guilt approves it. …

    When the real agenda of BHO is fully exposed for all to see and experience it will be too late for reason.  These drones are walkng over a cliff laughing and enjoying the phony delusional ride but at the end of that cliff is a deadly drop with a sudden stop.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Good day to shugaNancy where ever he is prancing like a unicorn …GOOD MORNING SWEET PRANCE.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Ed the head Of Hemet, Ca. lifted a pack of smokes from the local gas station and was chased by the owner who found him hiding in the bowling alley with his head hidden among the balls. 

    Edward who denied ever being in the store had three burning cigarettes going  at once but paid for the smokes regardless, out of the kindness of his Marxist heart.  After texting Barney Frank for hours regarding Barney’s style of dressing Edward headed to Wal-mart for some dress up threads.

  • deshawnjon

    The only thing you are smacking is what you are holding in your hand.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    As of yesterday, the U.S. corporate tax rate of 39.2 percent claimed the world’s top spot, edging out Japan which recently lowered its rate from 39.5 percent to 36.8 percent. (The U.S. rate includes the 35 percent federal rate plus the average rate the states add on.) That’s well above the 25 percent average of other developed nations. Heritage’s Curtis Dubay explains the impact on companies based in the United States:
    This gaping disparity means every other country that we compete with for new investment is better situated to land that new investment and the jobs that come with it, because the after-tax return from that investment promises to be higher in those lower-taxed nations.Our high rate also makes our businesses prime targets for takeovers by businesses headquartered in foreign countries, because their worldwide profits are no longer subject to the highest-in-the-world U.S. corporate tax rate. Until Congress cuts the rate, more and more iconic U.S. businesses such as Anheuser-Busch will be bought by their foreign competitors.

    Unfortunately, in the face of this tax rate, the Obama Administration is proposing measures that will make matters even worse for U.S. companies. Last week, Vice President Joe Biden proposed a “global minimum tax” in a wrongheaded effort to encourage companies to invest in the United States instead of overseas.

    Just like the rest of President Obama’s corporate tax policy, it will just make matters worse — punishing firms that seek new opportunities in growing markets by taxing their earnings in those developing markets even more heavily than they’re already taxed.

    The net result will be to make it even more likely that the companies’ assets would go up for sale to overseas firms in order to escape the Obama tax penalty. Unfortunately, America’s workers pay the price for this destructive tax policy.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Washington Post Declares Rush Limbaugh Boycott Nearly Over, Failedby Noah Rothman | 8:56 am, March 29th, 2012The effort to boycott advertisers on the Rush Limbaugh radio program appears to be drawing to a close, according to the Washington Post. Limbaugh had sparked the ire of a number of progressive groups for his multi-day attacks on Sandra Fluke for advocating Congress mandate copay-less insurance coverage of birth control and contraceptives. On Wednesday, WaPo’s Paul Farhi declared the boycott on Limbaugh’s advertisers was largely a failure.“The dark clouds hanging over Rush Limbaugh appear to be lifting,” writes Farhi. “On Monday, the 600 or so radio stations that air Limbaugh’s program were told by his syndicator, Premiere Radio Networks, to resume running “barter” ads during his program.” Clear Channel, Premier’s parent network, had previously suspended barter ads while Limbaugh was in the news.The boycott was initially successful, forcing fewer than five of Limbaugh’s national advertisers to cease funding the program. However, boycott organizers who claimed that over 100 advertisers dropped Limbaugh’s program were stretching the truth as “some of these companies weren’t regular Limbaugh sponsors in the first place.” Most of the advertisers who opted to drop their ads from Limbaugh’s program were only airing those spots in regional markets.At the height of the controversy, Limbaugh lost two small syndicated stations in Western Massachusetts and Hawaii. All of the major markets that carry Limbaugh’s program opted to weather the storm – now it seems the clouds are clearing.The organizers of the boycott effort are not done yet. The liberal group MoveOn org has organized a petition with SignOn org which asks for signatures to force Limbaugh’s program off his 180 stations. But with interest in the month-old scandal waning, the likelihood of further success in the “Stop Rush” is in doubt.h/t Washington Post, via Hot Airhttp://www.mediaite com/online/washington-post-declares-rush-limbaugh-boycott-nearly-over-failed/

  • A_friendly_reader

    Still can’t get off your fixation on gender-bending, can you, detrolljon?I’ve seldom seen someone get so flustered at other people’s heterosexuality.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    BHO will use the race card, the gender card, the Space card, The lonely hearts card, The foreign appeasement card,  The World government card, The UN card, the environment card, the gay card, the gun control card, the open border card, the citizenship card,  the tax the rich card, the poor against the rich card, the social justice card, the even playing field card, the Saul Alinsky card and the “keep you head up your ass card” to get elected….. but his card is an “anti-American card. ”

  • A_friendly_reader

    My 8th grade English teacher always said, “It takes simple things to amuse simple minds.”

    That being noted, you can find Archie comic books at any bookstore, troll.

  • A_friendly_reader

    You are an incomparable “profit” of the indecipherable, degnatjon. If “The Japanse (sic) Show” with Taka fails to reel in the ratings that Limbaugh enjoyed in Hawaii, you will surely be on the short list to take over the time slot.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    The emerging Democratic strategy to paint the court as extreme was little noted in this week’s hubbub over Obama’s assertion that overturning his health care law would be “unprecedented.”
    His statement Monday wasn’t completely accurate, and the White House backtracked.

    But Obama was making a political case, not a legal one, and he appears ready to keep making it if the high court’s five-member majority strikes down or cuts the heart out of his signature policy initiative.

    The court also is likely to consider several other issues before the November election that could stir Obama’s core Democratic supporters and draw crucial independent voters as well. Among those are immigration, voting rights and a revisit of a campaign finance ruling that Obama has already criticized as an outrage.

    “We haven’t seen the end of this,” said longtime Supreme Court practitioner Tom Goldstein, who teaches at Stanford and Harvard universities. “The administration seems to be positioning itself to be able to run against the Supreme Court if it needs to or wants to.”

    While Obama has predicted victory in the health care case now before the court, his administration could blame overreach by Republican-appointed justices if the law is rejected, said Goldstein, who wrote a brief supporting the law’s constitutionality

    FDR who BHO trys to copy was the last President to attack the court.

  • A_friendly_reader

    “And, as I have said before, do not post anywhere else.”I’ll do my best to accommodate you, degnatjon — chiefly for time considerations. But your stalking of talkers doesn’t seem to have damaged them, so I would imagine you won’t be able to ruin my life if I decide to post elsewhere.Have you heard? El Rushbo seems to have weathered your all-out assault. At least I hear that he’s on the radio, though for all I know they’re running reruns. Maybe he’s hiding out in the Dominican Republic with his foxy wife.Oh, no no no no — I mentioned his wife. That’ll get you started all over again.

  • A_friendly_reader

    The fact you’re counting all the ads on the Linbaugh program gets the rest of us off the hook, degnatjon. We expect a full report at year’s end.Warning: You may have to identify the station you collected the information from — which you’ve refused to do for your entire posting history, LOL.Gnat or not that this has anything to do with your wild claims such as 100 percent of Rush’s local advertisers drying up.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Lessee now, degnatjon. You once shrieked about being characterized as a stalker.Now we see you’re keeping tabs not only on Limbaugh’s wife but his iced-tea biz.Can you fill readers in on his golf swing now?Lucky for Barack, Michelle and the first kids, you’re not stalking them.You’re one strange gnat job.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I defer to you in matters of sexual aids and enhancements, degnatjob.Also in use of offensive racial epithets. It’s hardly a surprise you would indulge in either or both.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VQWHFAXTKUAKDY2WUIWFHODCTE James

    Since Franklin Delano Roosevelt, few presidents have directly assailed the Supreme Court. In Obama’s case, he issued an indirect challenge, but the former constitutional law professor tripped over the details.

    Obama told a news conference on Monday that he was “confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress.”

    The Supreme Court does sometimes overturn laws passed by Congress. Obama later clarified that he was referring to a narrow class of constitutional law, but even then Republicans and some court scholars took issue. What’s not in question is that the law wasn’t approved by a strong, majority — the vote was a slim 219 to 212 in the House.

    A Republican-appointed federal judge took umbrage at the suggestion that federal courts might be powerless to overturn such laws, and ordered the Justice Department to provide written assurance. He insisted the response be at least three pages, single-spaced.

    Attorney General Eric Holder took on that task himself, telling the judge Thursday that “the longstanding, historical position of the United States regarding judicial review of the constitutionality of federal legislation has not changed.”

    He also took the opportunity to cite Supreme Court case law supporting the premise that laws passed by Congress are “presumptively constitutional.”  {RIGHT}  like health care for the mass’s and a different one for unions and government workers.

    The Supreme Court heard a rare three days of argument on the 2010 health care overhaul last week, and the court’s conservative majority appeared deeply skeptical of the key provision, a requirement for individual health insurance. Justice Antonin Scalia, for one, appeared strongly in favor of striking down the entire law. A decision is expected by July.

  • A_friendly_reader

    So, detrolljon, who claims to be a Republican: I estimate that I’ve asked at least 50 Obamatrolls to disclose where else they’ve posted, the URLs/addresses, rough timelines and monikers.I’ve lined up someone to check out claims, as I’ve noted before. Funny, everyone who’s been challenged refuses to answer, ignores the challenge or claims to be a virgin poster.I don’t doubt the virgin bit, but some of you clearly know your way around the block.How long have you been ducking the question, trollmate? Let’s have the troll, the whole troll and nothing but the troll.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Funny…..that’s the same thing YOU are.

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    You’re a no good liar. You started slamming Rush, and all the conservative talk hosts, 7 months ago when you first opened this account.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    He’s lost 40 sponsors out of 18,000, which is nothing….and out of those, several have asked to come back.

    They are now irrelevant to him, and so are you.

  • Ribbey

    This sounds nice Bev! Two things about fear to keep in mind though.

      1) The christian bible teaches us that “fear is the beginning of knowledge”.
             ( beginning, being the operative word, much like we teach children fear of danger)
           
           However as adults we are told NOT  to be afraid! Which is quite the opposite!

     2)  In the christian bible it is a very well established fact that (human viewpoint)
           aka. the devil’s viewpoint uses fear to control people, much as a tyranny does.

      3) As an adult, knowledge is the proper motivation in life, not fear!!!

    Ex pincipiis nascitur probabilitas; ex factis vero veritas.
    ( From principles is derived probability, but Truth is
    obtained only from the accurate facts.)

                              FOOD FOR THOUGHT!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Sure, we’ve heard this BS before. You’ve been a conservative longer than anyone here, yet you never defend even one conservative issue, nor do you mention any current ones to defend.

    It’s always about Rush…..who BTW has 600 or so stations nationwide with 18,000 sponsors, so do the math and weep.

  • deshawnjon

    more genius, you must really impress your friend

  • deshawnjon

    I did and for the same reasons as you will note. And when I again had enough of the crap coming out of lard ass I started again. They have not gotten better, but Hannity did stop shilling for GM and I think he was embarrassed about it. Not because of what he did, but that he was exposed.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    More so than you do.

    ;-D

  • Ribbey

    Deshdawnbutt:

                         On the other end of the spectrum……
                          when’s the last time you impressed anybody
                           but yourself, with your mickey mouse logic?

  • deshawnjon

    Really, you buying that crap too. If he has so many sponsors why are the ad minutes cut and in half and he is running some real crap stuff. But, as he said, the advertisers know the audience. However, the Reagan email program sounds interesting and maybe I will get a lonesomeDove email address, so I can pretend to be cool too. Monday, give me a list of the national ads, but only if you can actually count.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    You lied and said you started on Rush when he apologized to Fluke.
    That was a lie.
    You started on him from your beginning here over 7 months ago, so I don’t see how anything you say should be believable.

    Why do you tell lies like this when it’s easy to verify?

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Well, for one thing, you never prove any of this BS you tell. You’ve been asked to, but you never do.

    You can check it out on line if you want, but it is as I said it is.

    If you can count, it’s 18,000…..and I know that hurts, doesn’t it.

    And I don’t have a e-mail address as lonesomeDove. Why do you tell lies like this?

  • Ribbey

     When can we expect the same response from
    you when your lies are dismantled here on this forum……..
    and they are!

  • Ribbey

    Deshdawnbutt:
                                 Define racism. I don’t think you can!

  • deshawnjon

    18,000 sponsors – you are a bigger moron than you have so far demonstrated. Although I suppose 17,995 or 94 are all writing new copy. Lost 40, he only claimed he lost 6. He does have a lot of affiliates, no question and we will see how long they will stick if they are losing money. We may find out after the 21st when the RAB comes out with its data.
    You have brought up that list your positions before and I have answered – guess your memory retention is as low as your I.Q.

    I Simply will say, if you are half as smart as your mother told you that you are, why did he apologize and why does he spend so much time talking about it? And, why does he sound so scared, disoriented and contrite? Would you, if you were the king of the hill? Or do you think he was so wrong about Fluke that it was beyond the pale and why did he apologize after the sponsors started to cancel if he is so secure. You pretend to be logical, so analyze it for me.

  • Ribbey

    Racism: Webster”s Universal College Dictionary

     A belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various
     human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually
     involving the idea that one’s own race is superior.
     2) a government policy based on such doctrine.
     3) hatred or intolerance of another race or other races.

  • deshawnjon

    By the way, I worked on all three of the Buckleys’ campaigns before I was even old enough to vote.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I see you denying what I said, but I don’t see you debunking what I said. Try doing that before you run your mouth.

    He also never claimed to have lost 6….another lie you can’t prove. He said he lost 40.

    Yes, he does have a lot of affiliates, and so far they are sticking after a month of a now fizzled boycott.

    You claimed some positions, but that’s not what I took issue with. I said you never defend any here.
    You can “claim” them all you want, but your actions show otherwise.
    Ya know……there are many threads here that discuss these conservative issues, yet all you do is talk about Rush whenever you’re here.

    BTW……my mother has nothing to do with this and I’d appreciate your keeping family insults out of this, you low life.

    Why does he talk about it (and it’s not all the time)? He talks about it because the question comes up, and if he didn’t, well……you’d just claim he’s afraid to, so he’ll never win with a liberal cheap shot artist like you anyway.

    I don’t know why he apologized, but I wouldn’t have. You wouldn’t have said it to begin with had you been a talk show host, because you sympathize with Fluke…..deny it all you want.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    That’s nice, but how do you verify that? You can’t, so it does nothing to strengthen your position here. It’s just talk.

  • deshawnjon

    dismantling my lies – you morons haven’t even attempted to answer any of points. You just ignore them and call me names. You are like Obama – he blames bush, fox, the tsunami, et al. Someone criticizes your posers and you blame soros, media matters, etc.
    Wait, I take it back – two piddling idiots though the fed government regulated the insurance industry and the other, genius a-hole didn’t know the republicans want to. You are a gang of simple minded twits, whose combined I.Q.s don’t add up to one of your ages.

  • Ribbey

     Doing what?! Sweeping the floors!

  • loydarebel

     ii don’t dislike minority’s
      i hate liberal’s of all race’s

  • Ribbey

     LOL!!   Hey loyd!  ;-) )

  • loydarebel

     hey ribbey,, hope all is ok your way

  • loydarebel

     i can’t wait till november
      for some reason, i feel like
      this trayvon crap that’s
      going on,,,, it’s nothing like
      what is going to be going on
       in the next few month’s,
      this rascist rev. wright of a
      so called president, ain;t got
      nothin but rascism toooo run on,
       he can’t run on his record.

  • Ribbey

     Same to ya loyd! I b fine thanks! My day is done!
     I got a roast in the crock pot, a glass of vino within
     reach, and I’m on my favorite political site for the
    evening, come what may!

  • loydarebel

     back in a bit,, gotta put some
      more wood in the smoker,
      got pork butt, rib’s, and a brisket

  • Ribbey

     Well, I’m gonna keep the faith in the meantime.
     If people fall for that fundementally stupid premesis
     then gird yourself! Reciprocity CANNOT be stopped!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Well, I would guess that you intend to sneak back here later and respond while I’m not here.

  • Ribbey

     Awww…..Man!!   What a jip!

  • Ribbey

     You are lying right now… and name calling…….
     it’s you that shucks and jives and does’nt answer!
     Everybody that reads here can come to that
     conclusion without any help at all from anyone.
     Your denial is blaring!

  • deshawnjon

    you wouldn’t know, because you weren’t there – you were probably using you easy bake oven and trying on your mothers underwear.

  • loydarebel

     ribbey,, who do you think that
      romney should pick as his  VP.

  • deshawnjon

    Me name calling – aw shucks and jives – what does that mean. You probably had to go to google just to figure out who I am talking about. Twit.

  • deshawnjon

    But, I do apologize for one thing, I just remembered that you mother didn’t wear underwear!

  • Ribbey

     I’ve forgotten more about William F. Buckley than you will ever know. Denialdeshwon!
     I have an American Flag in my yard that was a gift from him in honor of my Uncle
     Van T Barfoot! You presume alot and don’t really know very much. Your emotions
     seem to be the criteria for your conclusions! Hence the denial that is
     ever present in every post you make. YOU CANNOT control your emotions, which
     cloud clear thought and good judgement! Forget about me, and step back, and re think,
     check yourself cry baby!

  • Ribbey

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  • Ribbey

     Rubio or Newt! for vice presidential candidates

  • Ribbey

     Figure it out for yourself, I’m not wasting anymore time on you.

  • http://2bev.myopenid.com/ bev

    Ribbey,  I’m not saying use fear to control people. I’m saying use fear to make people see the truth. Conservatives have truth on their side, and it’s not helping much. I think the reason it’s not helping much is because we’re asking people to arrive at the truth through a process that is not possible for them. Not hard: impossible. And even for those for whom it’s marginally possible,  they won’t even try without a strong motivation. Liberals *never* speak to the mind, they *always* go straight for the emotions. And for most people, it works.

    One problem is that the process by which you become a Liberal doesn’t involve thought. All you have to do is to live in the US, go to school, turn on the TV, see movies, and listen to music. You are told what to think. You are told that if you don’t question, you are a good and moral person, and you believe it. You aren’t shown alternatives which would require you to think and judge for yourself. The process by which you become a Conservative is vastly different. You start off as a Liberal, like all kids, then you have to read and think about what you’ve read, and, over time, you arrive at a place where you question what you’ve been ordered to think. There are very few ‘automatic’ Conservatives.

    So, being a Conservative, you naturally want people to get there the only way you know, by reading, thinking, and being open to hearing new facts and analysis.  You feel that if only people would hear the facts, they will change.  For you, it’s a matter of respecting them. But the problem is, that they can’t or won’t think about what you’ve told them. If they could, they would have done so already. More, they hate you for trying to pressure them into doing something that is beyond them, something they feel guilty about, since they pretend to believe that they’re the intelligent ones (not because they can reason, but because they’ve been told that their beliefs are only held by intellectual elites).

    But, once you, as a Conservative, realize that the capabilities of the masses are normal, not something to criticize them for, you can still respect them while holding the view that they need help making their way to the truth.

    Intelligence is not an achievement to be proud of,  it’s a gift to be thankful for. Many don’t have that gift, and shouldn’t be made victims of their own normalcy by the power-mad who have discovered how to manipulate them.

  • deshawnjon

    Getting a memorial flag for your hero uncle doesn’t mean you know anyone – it just means you got a flag. And it is you who sounds hysterical.

  • deshawnjon

    getting too emotional to go on I see!

  • eyesopen007

    Hey Steven,

    I could call her a “PIG WITH LIPSTICK” but I have too much respect for the pigs!

         EyesOpen007

  • deshawnjon

    So we have shucks and jives from you and homey from friendly – wonder what that all means and how your good friend bill would take that – Ribbey are you a frog? By the way, once again I will remind you that I don’t seem to recall writing you directly, but it was you who wrote to me. What happened to LD stymied, is he?

  • Ribbey

     Alright Bev. I see your point, it’s the solution that we differ on.
     We being the United States of America have chosen a democracy
     as our governing ideaology. I think the problem began when we let
     politicians lower the standard requirement for voting priviledges.
     As you must know, equal rights is a scam! Integrity dictates that rights
     come with responsibility! They should never be seperated. The dishonorable, and the dishonest are now running the white house because of the apathy of the citizens…… unless it’s personal, unless they feel it personally, they are not interested in who runs our country. The standard requirement for voting must be raised and executed in an honest manner.
    Irresposibility and lack of integrity must NOT be rewarded. This has to stop! In short our enemy is at the helm of the plane and the cabin door is locked. Short of crashing, I don’t see any positive change in the offing.
    These are desperate times, we must do our best to change the things we can. We have a president that sponsors and promotes Tyranny, and admires socialism and believes that this should be our destiny. This is thier solution, not ours!

  • Ribbey

     I will waste no more time on you. Idiot!

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  • A_friendly_reader

    It would be foolish to disregard your thesis, bev, but it could stand some nuancing.

    Leftism isn’t so much a plateful of soggy, mindless mush as it is a religion. People are inculcated in the faith and behave accordingly. Frightening them isn’t necessarily the best way to break the hold of the left.

    Depending on the situation, reason is the best or at least one of the best tools in the belt to use. I would argue that an effective way to disabuse someone from the hold of a false religion is to prove the lies it is predicated on. Therefore the most effective tool may be doubt, not  fear.

    Really, it depends on the individual who’s targeted and the situation. Different people respond differently. The main hurdle is that the left is in control of the infrastructure of persuasion — the schools, the academy, the mainstream information media, the entertainment media and the bureaucracy, among others.

    How much impact will improving the strategy for communicating with people have if the left remains in charge of the communication and information channels?

    I’d also question your model of mindless lib vs. thoughtful & intelligent conservative. In fact, intelligence doesn’t tend to parallel ideology. The most educationally pathetic elements in the political landscale are undoubtably creatures of the left, but that doesn’t make conservatives the nobility. In  fact, people who challenge, inquire, doubt and seek new paths tend to be the best informed and most reasoned, because they tend to chuck away dysfunctional aspects of ideology.

    Too many conservatives embrace all that conservativism includes, which provides us with such mutant beings as big-government conservatives and conservative jingoists. Few conservatives realize that the founders weren’t conservatives but classical liberals, which approximates libertarians in today’s vocabulary.

    Finally, I’d disagree that liberals understand people better than conservatives. Lefties realize the obvious truth that the only way they can achieve their end of the supreme state is by guiling the populace, so they have moved into the realms of education, public information and other means of persuasion. That requires no great breakthrough on their parts.

    Until the 20th century, the national intelligentsia embraced the founders’ anti-governmentalism. The 20th century introduced the emergence of anti-libertarianism, but just as importantly it replaced libertarians, by and large, with conservatives, who have a tendency to make peace with encroaching statism. When placed in power, conservatives have a tendency to resist expansion of the state but not to push back, so either the line of demarcation is static or its receding from liberty.

    That is a prescription for losing the battle; it’s just a question of delaying the inevitable, not preventing it.

  • jas

    Viva La Revoluation!!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    For LeAnn, Ribbey, Toast and other sneaky snakewatchers: A bedtime story to help them sleep.Pilot turns back after snake pops out of dashboardBy ROD McGUIRK | Associated Press – Thu, Apr 5, 2012CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — An Australian pilot said he was forced to make a harrowing landing reminiscent of a Hollywood thriller after a snake popped out from behind his dashboard and slithered across his leg during a solo cargo flight.
    Braden Blennerhassett — unsure whether the snake was venomous — said Thursday that his heart raced as he tried to keep his hands still while maneuvering the plane back to the northern city of Darwin. The snake popped its head out from behind the instrument panel several times,Blennerhassett said, and then the ordeal worsened when the animal crawled across his leg during the approach to the airport.
    “I’ve seen it on a movie once, but never in an airplane,” Blennerhassett told Australian Broadcasting Corp., referring to the 2006 movie “Snakes on a Plane,” in which deadly snakes are deliberately released in an airliner as part of a murder plot.The 26-year-old Air Frontier pilot was alone in a twin-engine Beechcraft Baron G58 and had just left Darwin airport on a cargo run to a remote Outback Aboriginal settlement when he saw the snake on Tuesday.Air Frontier director Geoff Hunt described Blennerhassett as a “cool character” who radioed air traffic control to report: “I’m going to have to return to Darwin. I’ve got a snake on board the plane.”But Blennerhassett admits he was shaken, telling Nine Network television that his blood pressure and hear rate were “a bit elevated.”"You’re trying to be as still as you possibly can and when you’ve got your hands on the power levers,” he told ABC. “You’re kind of worried about the snake taking that as a threat and biting you.”
    “As the plane was landing, the snake was crawling down my leg, which was frightening,” he told Nine.
    Once the plane had landed, a firefighter spotted the snake but authorities were not immediately able to catch it, Air Frontier official Michael Ellen said. A trap baited with a mouse failed to catch the snake by Thursday, and the plane remained grounded.Wildlife ranger Sally Heaton said the snake was suspected to be a golden tree snake, a non-venomous species that can grow up to 1.5 meters (5 feet).Blennerhassett was back in the air Thursday and could 

  • A_friendly_reader

    Did you mean “viva” or are you referring to one of your bimbos?

    Addendum: You fixed it! Now my reply makes no sense.

  • jas

     Vava La Voom!!! 

  • jas

    That would have been my first parachuetless jump.

    Which reminds me.  Another bouncer at the Parachute Center located on the grounds of Lodi Airport.  That happens fairly often around here. 

    This one landed between the rows of a vinyard.  They normally impale themselves on the steel stakes holding up the vines.  YUK!!!

  • Ribbey

     Jerry!!!
           
               That will do just fine buddy boy!!LOL!
                Hold up on the snake stories! Are you TRYING
                 to make me have bad dreams?!?!

  • A_friendly_reader

    Again, overgeneralization.

    While leftism    has become culturally dominant in many ways, it’s not just a question of absorbing a belief system from the cultural tides.

    Liberalism appeals to idealism, and youths tend to be idealistic. The counterweight is experience and forced skepticism via a challenging education. Left to themselves, young people tend to automatically turn left.

    Why are they so often in a void without cultural support for liberty — the antithesis to the left? Because conservatism has become the the left’s chief rival, and conservatism is not first and foremost devoted to liberty.

    The principal pillars of conservatism are the business community and the churches. Both have higher priorities than liberty. In fact, the importance that the business community places on liberty has been shrinking for decades if not for a century or more. That appears to be  true for churches as well, except that I don’t feel qualified to judge when churches turned their backs on liberty.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Hisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Sounds like the sound made by de gnat jon’s bike while Blood, Tony and Toast are going vrooom vrooooom.

  • A_friendly_reader

    A bouncer? Do you mean a jumper whose chutes didn’t deploy?

  • Ribbey

    SSShhhhh……………….. W H A C K! Ooooops! Sorry Jerry, I thought you were a snake!

                                                         o~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

  • deshawnjon

    Yeah I know sometimes even idiots make the right decision. But, one last question, if your uncle was such a hero, why are you so big a fan of posers and wannabees?

  • A_friendly_reader

    That’s right out the B.C. comic strip.

  • 1LonesomeScum1

    That wasn’t a snake, that was me, LD. The similarity is striking! lol!

  • deshawnjon

    Thought you were done. Amazing how all of you accuse me of what applies to you. Transference!

  • A_friendly_reader

    You should run off a print-out of the story to read the next time you’re flying.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    What happened to me? What happened to you? I answered you twice, liar….and you have yet to answer me back.

    You’re one of the biggest liars on this thread.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Do I have time to fish out some past articles about people who discovered snakes in their toilet bowls, right out of the sewers?

  • 1LonesomeScum1

    Those snakes were all me, me I tell ya!

  • Ribbey

     Stop it!

  • Ribbey

     piss off!

  • A_friendly_reader

    News update: The Aussie reporting snake sightings during his cargo hauls has reported no further incidents since getting his zipper fixed.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I was commenting (to a generally agreeable board) last night how homely human infants are. But newly hatched snakes actually are pretty cute critters.

  • deshawnjon

    you need to do something as I am not receiving your replies – only seeing them if i go to ann’s site and log into disqus which is a pain and am not getting her column since you complained – please resend your insults.

  • Ribbey

    Evening LD!                 ^ ^
    ……………………………… (o o)
    ………………………………… x

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I see what you’re doing now. You wait a day or so, then you slither back here to respond way down the page where it can’t be seen at the top with all the new posts.

    There is no doubt whatsoever that you’re nothing but a stinking, lying liberal. No conservative would use a dishonest tactic like this, nor would an honest person come back hours later an pretend like his opponent had run off, when you know I’m right here waiting for an answer to my last post.

    Well, since you’re a coward, I can see the necessity.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

     You can solve your problem by coming to the top of the page where everyone can see you lose, coward.

    That way, they can also see your insults shoved back up your lying anus.

  • loydarebel

     SCUM,, BACK AWAY FROM THE MONITOR
       your lips are smeering lipstick all over the screen

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Evening Ribbey!

    Do you see what deshortonbrains is doing? She’s waiting a day or two before she responds, then responds way down the page where no one can see her lose when she’s answered back.

    She asked you where I was just an hour ago, and I was just debating her an hour or so before that. She never answered me, and just left.
    Then she comes back to you and pretends like I haven’t been here.

  • Ribbey

     Well, I’m glad we got that straight!   LOL!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Did you see my last post about deshortonbrains?

  • A_friendly_reader

    I don’t think I have. I’m trying to decide between de gnat jon and denutjob.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    It’s her new tactic. She waits a day or so, then responds way down the page where no one can see her lose when she gets an answer.

    She was debating me a couple hours ago, and ran off. Then she came back to post to Ribbey like she didn’t know where I was, as if I hadn’t been here.

    I just told her to come to the top of the page where she can be seen, and so far……nothing.

  • A_friendly_reader

    You know, he’s still posting to me way back in the threads, where the dialogue isn’t visible to anyone at the ends of the threads. He’s berating me and El Rushbo, carrying on about numbers of ads each day and continuing with gay-oriented themes like saying I’m married to a man, LOL. Today he seemed to warn me not to post anywhere else.

  • loydarebel

     newt is starting to back off from
      knocking romney,, and about rubio,
      maybe in romney’s second term, but
      im kinda like ann on this one,,  70%
      of all mexican’s live in either calafornia
       or new york,,, but bettween you and me
       i think that 70% live in texas hahahhaa,
       ”’ im really not sure right now,, who
      would be a good choice for VP

  • 1LonesomeDove1

     She’s doing that so no one can see your responses to her. She’s a coward, and she’s no conservative by a long shot.

  • jas

    You are eating waaaay too much hay!!!

  • jas

    Jerry:  Do you mean a jumper whose chutes didn’t deploy?

    jas:  Regretably, yes. 

    The one prior to this latest one was intentional.  

  • A_friendly_reader

    I don’t see where he engaged with Ribbey. I scrolled down 600 posts, to way over 1 day ago, to find any posts by him.

    What the hell would be the purpose of wasting his time that way? I only respond to him with 1 or 2 paragraphs and maybe a C/P. If I remember correctly, he might have mentioned you.

  • Ribbey

     Here’s 1 thing you CAN be sure of! Whoever the biggest
     campaign contributer is to his organization. He will pick
     who they want! In other words whoever he is the most
     beholding to! And you CAN be sure, it won’t be who
     his voters want!

  • A_friendly_reader

    But why bother expending the effort in the first place? Especially when it only results in getting stomped? 

    You’d appreciate my replies, and I’ve got an inkling I’d enjoy yours.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Is that your answer to my question about bouncers?

  • Ribbey

     Nah, haven’t yet ran across it….

  • A_friendly_reader

    Oops. Scratch that reply.

  • jas

    Jerry:  Is that your answer to my question about bouncers?

    jas:  Regretably, yes.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I saw where she did ( and she is a she ). Ribbey saw it too. I was wondering why she didn’t answer me, so I went to her activity page and saw where she was talking to someone after she stopped talking to me. I searched and found out it was Ribbey, and she was pretending to Ribbey like I had run away from here.

  • deshawnjon

    Found this one – debunking what, He is running 5 to 6 spots per hour when it should be 12 or more. Anyone with ears knows he is coming back early from breaks instead of running spots. Simple, to anyone who can count. You or him are claiming how many sponsors? Where are they. The new ones being played sound like schlock outfits. The facts are the facts, face up to them. And my affiliate is still just running about 40% paid vs PSAs.

    Rush is a conservative issue, a big fat conservative issue which apparently is beyond your understanding or willingness to acknowledge it.

    You and the other dumb asses were always the one who started with the insults. You seem to believe that anyone who does not toe the sycophant line is not entitled to an opinion. God forbid anyone criticize your poser, faux heroes that you don’t listen to or care about. Or is it this week that you have memorized every word?

    He talks about it, not because it comes up, it is because he brings it up himself – are you just plain stupid or in denial. If it wasn’t a problem he would just move on and forget about it. Instead he is spinning it and we will eventually see the numbers. Even if the number of spots were the same, if he is giving them away revenues will be down.

    You don’t know why he apologized – you are a liar, a certified moron, a fool or in denial – probably all. But, you accept behavior from someone you laud, even when it is contrary to your own instincts. It says a lot about you. And, as I said before, sometimes a slut is just a slut.

    List the spots -

  • 1LonesomeScum1

     Your as sick and paranoid as they come dude, oh and freakin BORING as hell.
     Your as sick and paranoid as they come dude, oh and freakin BORING as hell.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Because when she comes on sometime where we can see her, she’ll claim she answered with no response from me, and it won’t be a lie.

    When she appears on my dashboard, I can’t tell where she responds on the thread. Only that she responded. It looked to me like she was here with the rest of you.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    And you’re a coward who can’t face me with the name you used when I spanked you.

    Stop bothering me, little fly.

  • Ribbey

     I had been sitting back reading and I saw that part. Knew you were here.
     I saw what she was doing, every post she made was getting emailed to me.
     That’s why she pointed out that she was’nt talking to me. I told her I was
     picking up on her lies on every post she made, but she ignored that and
     went for the personal insults as if………… gimme a break!  Makes me feel pretty
     normal when someone like that starts up on me……. she ‘fancies herself to
     be smart, but she keeps failing!  LMAO!!

  • deshawnjon

    I guess you must know everything about dishonest tactics – but, here is the fact. I have a life and unlike you, it doesn’t revolve around changing your adult diaper or putting air in the tires of your house. I do not go back to Ann’s site after I post my initial post. Although, there may have been one or two in the past. I only respond to those who have responded to me and which show up in my in- box, period. Where they show up on the site, I have no idea nor do I care. You are a bunch of shrieking, little people who know absolutely noting about everything and aren’t afraid to prove it.

  • Ribbey

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  • A_friendly_reader

    Jumps in which neither the main nor the reserve chutes deploy are extremely rare.

    Back over 30 years ago, when I took an interest in static-line jumps, there was an experienced jumper from a club named Pegasus whose main failed and whose reserve was a streamer, only slowing his descent by a few mph. The normal descent speed is 120-160 mph, depending on whether you roll up in a ball or spread-eagle out.

    He spread out and steered himself toward an evergreen tree. He ripped a path down the tree and landed in a heap on the ground. His injuries were pretty severe but external, not internal. I can’t remember whether he broke any bones in his limbs, but nothing inside his torso or head was injured.

    Because of the limitations of diagnostic equipment at the time, they cut him wide open to look for organ damage but found nothing. The tree broke his fall very effectively.

    The surgery took longer to recover from than the superficial injuries.  It was weeks before he could jump again.

  • deshawnjon

    My life does not revolve around this site or where I appear on the page.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I’m betting it’s Marie Osmond.

  • jas

    The Qatar Precision Parachuting Team is in Lodi for 40 days practicing for the world championships. 

    I took the grand kids there once thinking they’d be interested in watching the landings.  They weren’t that enthralled. 

    I was! 

    The parachuters would come in low over the hanger/parachute center, just skimming the building’s metal skin and flashing across the grassy area just off the ground for a hundred yards or so before touching down.  One guy snapped his ankle upon landing.  LOL!!!

    All those risk lovers were of a feather.  They looked like Vegans (you know the kind) and were super fit (skinny). 

    Several years ago I was driving toward Galt and sighted a spiraling half-opened parachute doing a terrible job of slowing down the guy (or girl) along for the ride.  He landed East of Highway 99, several hundred yards from the highway–in a vinyard!  I never heard how he fared. 

    Another time one of them landed right next to the highway North of the airport as I was driving past.

  • A_friendly_reader

    LMAO.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Obviously your life revolves around both this site and Rush Limbaugh.

    Where you respond on the page has to do with you being a lousy coward….or a moron too stupid to know how to use the format.

  • 1LonesomeScum1

    Flies always hang around shit. lol!

  • Ribbey

     collapse

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Yes, I know all bout dishonest tactics, having seen them all used by dishonest regressive trolls like you over 5 years.

    You have no political life outside your obsession with Rush Limbaugh who obviously rejected you as a caller.

    We all know enough about you, and I have proved everything to you only to have you run off and wait two days to reply.

    Get over Rush, or go to counseling if necessary….but get over him once and for all, and shut the H up.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Have you used the “context” button? That’s how I  generally tell where the post appears. Plus, I think, you can click somewhere that allows the post to open up in its proper section of the thread. I’ve done that somehow.

    So it’s a she? Are you sure? Shehe does appear to have issues.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    OK, then that’s what you are too. There wouldn’t be any on the floor if you’d leave, coward.

  • joe6pack

    I am thinking you more resemble a worm than a snake.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Fly?

    Is he related to de gnat jon?

  • Ribbey

     Well…………then………………………
                               T A K E O F F!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    She’s down there actually telling me her life doesn’t revolve around this site….can you believe it?

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Whether edward the liar, or Pete the liar, it’s for certain they can’t face me with the name they used when I angered them, so I can safely say I angered them by beating their stupid arse in a debate.

  • Ribbey

    Whoever that one person(and you can bet there is one) he needs the most to advance….cast your eyes there, I’m looking for them now……..you should already have a good idea who that might be….

  • Guest

    Heh. I read that thinking,” there are a lot of snakes in the outback that will flat out kill you”. This one wasn’t one of them, but how could he have known that at the time.

    The troll is in stage three of the four stages of it’s latest outbreak. Should we be merciful and push it over the edge quickly, or let it linger in pain? Like herpes, it will eventualy return no matter what.

  • A_friendly_reader

    ROFLMAO.

    You just said you only reply to people who posted to you, yet here you are! Chasing poor Dove around and catching him as soon as he stopped long enough to pump air into his tires! Responding to remarks that weren’t posted to you, so aren’t in your inbox.

    Now, you’ve been pelting me about all those ads you claim are or aren’t appearing on Limbaugh’s show on a radio affiliate you won’t specify. You’re keeping tabs of each ad, breaking them down as to local ads and network ads, though the casual listener can’t tell and probably no one outside of the station can.

    Ewe have a life? As a gnat, maybe.

    Are you pursuing a career as a papparazzi? You’d be a gnatural.

  • Ribbey

     *      o          o         *
        *          )(        *
           *     ***    *
                                  Hey Joe  ; – ))

  • A_friendly_reader

    I think the biggest risk may be a tangled main that isn’t ejected and which then gets entangled with the reserve chute. That would be a bad experience.

    They sure have made a lot of progress in how to maneuver those things. They’re actual wings nowadays. They fly in the total sense of the word. But not very fast. 

  • jas

    I’ve been meaning to go back over and watch them flitter down.  I’d rather do it on a non-pancake day though.  

  • Ribbey

     Ha ha ha! Yeah, I saw that just now…… I typed TAKE OFF!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    I never said I accept his apology, nor do I laud him. I said I don’t know why he did because I wouldn’t have, and you don’t know why either.
    What you are is a liberal who listens to left wing media and “Media Matters”, a leftist smear think tank (lie tank).
    And you believe every lying word they say.

    How many times do I have to tell you that I don’t listen to Rush, and I haven’t listened to him for several years.
    How many times do I have to tell you that I don’t put my trust in men as you obviously did, and I’m not disappointed when they let you down, as you obviously are?

    I put my trust in God alone, and it would do well for you to do the same. That way you wouldn’t be a nattering nut case of a net nanny.

    Now, respond to me where others can see you, or shut your coward mouth.

  • A_friendly_reader

    I’ve told him/her that she might get her own talk show. Limbaugh’s program got the boot from a Hawaiian station that seems to have replaced it with “The Japanse (sic) Show” with Taka.

    If Taka’s talk show doesn’t work out, they’ll need a replacement in the time slot. I still haven’t looked up Japanse. I’m going on the assumption it’s a Japanese chimpanzee.

    If “jon” inherits Taka’s show, maybe they’ll rename it “The Japanse Show” with Caca.

  • joe6pack

    Wuz up, girlie? :-D

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    He has several stations in Hawaii, and two on the outlying Islands. He has 600 + altogether, so I don’t think it hurts him any. He’s both gained and lost stations several times over the past 20 years. That’s just the market.

  • A_friendly_reader

    You know what’s fascinating? Radio-controlled model planes. It’s now common to have them with 8-foot wingspans, if not longer.   And my God, can they maneuver. I talked to a guy at length who has been flying them for 7 decades. He builds replicas from scratch. He made three monster B-29s alone — the war-ending bomber that wiped out Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I watched as       another pilot almost wiped out one of his B-29s.

    Kids love toys, and these babies are top-of-the-line toys. I bet they’d love to watch the RC planes (they have helicopters these days too) perform.

    Best way I know to find the fields or people in the flying clubs  is to stop by a hobby shop that deals in the equipment (the control modules alone cost hundreds of $) and ask an employee.

  • Ribbey

    Nut-N-Honey! Jes playin!
    Watchin Godzilla……

  • A_friendly_reader

    She’s installing screens in her toilets to stop snakes from slithering into the bowls.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Sgt. Rutledge is on.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    After that….Glenn Ford.

  • jas

    Can I borrow your Colander?  LOL!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    I know. I’ve treated degnatjon to several C/P’s of an article that says Limbaugh’s program was yanked on 2 stations overall, which has to be normal fluctuation. I checked out the Hawaiian station because Millionkeys complained — likely in jest — about losing that one. The closest it came to conservative talk, outside of Limbaugh, was “The Japanse Show” with Taka.

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    Who ya cookin’ for?

  • bloodaxe

    Way back in ’76 I used to fly a Cessna 182 for the parachute club at Camp Lejeune, NC. This old bird  ( a 1957) had only one seat and a bare metal floor with hooks for the static line jumpers. We flew out of a big grassy field-you could take off or land in any direction so crosswinds were never a problem. Sometimes I would take as many as 6 jumpers up to 12,500 feet and they’d all jump out, someone usually kicking the fuel control valve to the off position causing the engine to quit. I’d just turn it on again and the engine fired right up. I’d add carb heat, chop the power, drop the flaps and stand the plane on one wing and come spiraling down as fast as possible. The only injuries I ever saw were one guy sprained his ankle in a gopher hole and one other poor guy opened his chute way too high and drifted out of the drop zone. He landed in a nearby pig farm, right next to a big sow with a bunch of piglets. He got some minor cuts & bruises. His chute was ruined by all the mud & pig doo-doo.
    I was going to make a jump but there was never anyone else to fly the plane.