August 27, 2009
Investor's Business Daily asked yesterday in their editorial, "Where's the Thanks?" regarding Honduras' extradition of Jamal Yousef to the US, even after their shitty treatment by the Administration and US State Department. Yousef is a shady arms supplier from Syria, who supplies small arms for criminal enterprises and terrorist organizations.
So, how are they being rewarded today? The State Department has begun the process to cut off formal aid to Honduras. Let's remember, this all came about because the former President of Honduras basically tried to run roughshod over the nation's constitution, which imposes term limits for presidents. The president had served the full term, and had to be forcefeully removed because he would not leave office.
The amazing thing is you know that the same leftists who spent eight years feeding this paranoid fear that Teh Bushitler would cancel the elections and declare himself Chimperor 4 Lyfe are watching this situation and what the Obama administration is doing and nodding approvingly.
August 25, 2009
Sure, messing with Honduras is helping a budding commie dictator, but it's not just a commie thing either, it's every single time.
WTF? You know? WTFF?
August 23, 2009
Let's see now. Deficit projections are once again on the rise as Obama's approval rating falls. Health care reform is faltering, climate change legislation is stalled, and David Axlerod is under fire for his conflicts of interest. Seems like a good time to change the subject.
He left out the illegality of using my money to send out socialized medicine advertisements.
He then talks about the attack on the CIA's harsh interrogations but also notes that's not taking effect.
He finishes with
If I were a betting man, I'd expect something else to drop Monday or Tuesday.
I figure it'll have to do with Bush.
Obama has to be sick of Dick Cheney and Sarah Palin beating his ass whenever they mention him.
Bush doesn't fight back so he's a safe target for Obama.
God help us when he goes the Slick Willie route and starts bombing countries so Minitru can get his latest screw-up off the front pages.
August 17, 2009
It's kind of long, but velly intellesting, in talking about at lest one of Tony Rezko's building not having heat for a month during a -30degree cold snap, DirectorBlue mention some other of his properties, where they are and how he got some Chicago city projects.
Rezmar’s properties turned out to be catastrophic failures: 17 buildings ended up in foreclosure, 6 are boarded up, hundreds of apartments are vacant and require repair… and taxpayers were stuck with millions in unpaid loans.
All of these buildings were in — or just blocks away from — a single state senator’s district. A district belonging to a young, up-and-coming politician named Barack Obama.
You know, if the media had been even marginally not in the tank, we might have heard about this stuff a year ago when it would have done some good.
(h/t The Emperor) I don't read the Green Room at Hot Air nearly as much as I should.
August 13, 2009
According to the Congressional Budget Office, under the House bill, in the year 2015 about 8 million uninsured Americans would remain uninsured and pay higher taxes. This would violate my pledge not to raise taxes on anyone earning less than $250,000 per year. Conclusion: The CBO is lying.
Someone needs to send this to firstname.lastname@example.org (viagra, cialis, lindsey lohan upskirt shots, janet reno naked)
August 12, 2009
The nazi sign holders?
Note the black man holding up the poster.
After the meeting ended and when everyone was leaving this same man was handing out Dingal campaign flyers
No, fucking lying bastards.
update(I keep forgetting to h/t so H/T Cold Fury)
I'm so fucking tired of the left spouting on and on about the birthers and how stupid they are and how many there are when the mote in their fucking eye is a redwood.
St. Andrew (no link due to established DPUD policy) quotes this poll:
According to Public Policy Polling (PPP), a North Carolina polling firm, only 24% of self-identified Republican voters in the state believe Barack Obama was born in the United States. 47% do not believe that Obama is American born, and 29% of Republicans aren’t sure. One part of PPP’s data might reassure sentient readers somewhat: 7% of those who voted for John McCain do not believe Hawaii to be a part of the United States. Now perhaps this is just another irrational expression of Obama hatred. But, it may also be older voters who never quite absorbed the news that our 50th state is indeed our 50th state.
He claims that is AMAZING! Hey, I agree that it is pretty depressing that 7% of any group doesn't know Hawaii is a state but I'd like to see a similar poll done of NC Obama voters about 9/11 Truth beliefs and some generic geography question. I'm sure the numbers would iron out almost EXACTLY the same with probably a greater ignorance of geography.
Oh, and before you can say it. RACISSTT!!!!!!
August 11, 2009
Outrageous! Fucking outrageous.
How dare anyone bring a politician's family into the issue. And CHILDREN? FUCKING MONSTERS.
Wait. Weren't they on stage with him at the convention? Oh, that means its okay to make rape jokes about them on national television. Didn't the White House get the memo?
Besides, what does a differing set of rules for the elite have to do with the debate about nationalizing health care? Surely our health care will be separate but EQUAL.
Disagree? You're a fucking racist.
Update: Until I get my links fixed, here is the quote about what they put in an advertisement opposed different standards of education for elites:
The posters went up last week, 14 in Union Station. On each of the large displays, a thought bubble rises up from a picture of a beautiful 8-year-old: "President Obama's daughters get healthy school lunches. Why don't I?"
Update:Here is a link. Note that I don't necessarily agree with expanding school lunches. I'm just pointing out the obvious double standard and remarkable think-skinnedness of the Obama Administration.
August 09, 2009
Or, um, should we listen to Candidate Barack?
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August 07, 2009
Spending on health care this year is projected to reach $2.5 trillion, or 17.6 percent of the U.S. gross domestic product, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of Medicare and Medicaid data. That's up from 7.2 percent in 1970, and by 2018 it could swell to one-fifth of the GDP, which is a measure of all goods and services produced in the United States.
Meanwhile, a worsening shortage of primary-care providers and rising demand for certain specialists will continue to strain the system, perhaps creating long waits for appointments.
The existing health-care delivery system cannot seamlessly respond to a surge in demand for services, said Jeffrey Bauer, a medical economist.
This is "one of the Achilles heels of reform," said Bauer, management consulting partner at Affiliated Computer Services Inc. and leader of the health futures practice at ACS Healthcare Solutions in Chicago.
"People are already strapped to get a doctor," Bauer said. "As more people have insurance, they will try to get appointments with more doctors, and that will lead to dramatic increases in the time it takes to get an appointment."
Depending on the coverage people have, where they live and whether they have an existing relationship with a physician, some Americans could encounter long delays in getting in to see a doctor.
Gee. Color me shocked that Obamacare will only fuck things up the ass with a cactus even more. And expect British style rationing stories such as this to pop up, provided the MSM did its job.
The surgery was first scheduled for April 2, but was postponed because of last-minute emergency cases coming in.
It was re-arranged for four days later but again the operation was cancelled for the same reason.
A third date was organised for April 20 and last Thursday she went to the children's hospital for pre-operative tests.
But on Saturday morning her parents received another call from the hospital, explaining her operation would have to be cancelled yet again.
Michele Narey, manager of the Women's and Children's division at the University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, said: 'The decision to cancel any patient for any procedure is taken extremely seriously but is sometimes unavoidable because of the need to effectively manage emergency patients requiring beds on a day-to-day basis.
'We know that cancelling procedures can cause additional stress for patients so we will always seek to avoid this wherever possible.
'We are continually reviewing our procedures to improve the management of emergency patients through our hospitals to avoid cancellations.
'We cannot discuss individual cases because of our duty of confidentiality to patients and their families.
While I do not wish ill on a child, I hope that one of those SEIU thugs who go around beating up people to advance Obamacare have to endure the rationing hell that will come down the pike.
Thanks to Sockless Joe for the tips
August 06, 2009
Consider this post a ginormous FUCK YOU to each and every one of you who sat out to teach John McCain a lesson. Elections have consequences, fucktards. Justice-designate Sotomayor is 55, there's a chance she's going to be on the bench for twenty years or more.
(h/t TasteLikeCrazy for tipping me off that things were wrapping up.)
August 04, 2009
As I wrote, I didn't think he was putting enough thought into it and I stuck up for Obama.
I was right! (via Drudge,duh)
Who else would you send to pick up two chicks anywhere?
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