13 December 2010

Thank You Sir!

A Federal judge, who knows what the Constitution says made a great ruling today.
The Tenth Amendment:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
Regarding the judge's ruling:
Judge Hudson (pg 24): mandate "exceeds the Commerce Clause powers vested in Congress under Article I"
This means that the "Commerce Clause" is not a kitchen junk drawer where you throw everything that you want to jam down people's throats.

The Government can't tell you what to buy, that is just pure bullshit.
Administration officials told reporters last week that a negative ruling would have virtually no impact on the law's implementation, noting that its two major provisions — the coverage mandate and the creation of new insurance markets — don't take effect until 2014.
Wrong! And if all the important parts don't take place until 2014, Why The Fuck did we have to pass it in the middle of the night, unread???!!!???

Well chalk one up for the good guys. Oh and BTW:
Hudson, a Republican who was appointed by President George W. Bush
Thank you Mr. President Bush!

Spend That Money Barak.

But the Republicans are the party of Big Money, I know this because the media tells me so.

The WaPo breaks this major story.

And even while talking about the President opting out of public funding for the '08 election cycle, they find a way to trash Republicans.
Just more news to add to the "what if Bush had done this pile."
Third, the growth of a shadow Republican Party of outside groups - epitomized by American Crossroads, which spent $70 million on the 2010 midterms - should help fuel Democratic donations to Obama.
Wow, a "shadow party" sound DANGEROUS!! And I love how they think that the money raised by the Independent Tea Party movement will cause Dems to give more. They didn't during the Mid-Terms, and they are more pissed at Bambi now than then.

Also I love this quote from one of the insiders:

One Obama fundraiser points to the difference between 2012 and 2008, when the absence of an incumbent candidate meant open primaries on both sides: "We will have very few events that drive online spikes, and the president probably won't do as many events as even Bush in 2003 and 2004."

Watch out guys, Bush was still somewhat popular with the base of the party in '03-4, this guy not so much.

Just more news to add to the "what if Bush had done this pile."

28 October 2010

Signs Of The Elections

An observation from this election cycle.

A little background: I live in a dark blue "Coffee Party" part of a dark blue city in a dark blue state.
Normally during election years you can't see the houses for the signs. Nearly every house has one or more political lawn signs for a wide range of offices. Some our just signs for friends, but in general they out number even the large amounts of "Mary On The Half-Shell" that most back yards have.

Now the signs have a very specific pattern, For every 1 Republican placard there are 7 Democrat ones. Yet this year is different.

I'm not going to tell you that there are many more Republican signs, because that would be a lie. There are about the same amount of those type, it is the Democrat ones that have caught my eye. Or more specifically , not caught my eye.

There are dozens of houses that would normally have signs that are free and clear of them. And I just have one question. Why?

I know that there isn't the need for Mayoral race pushes, because that race was settled in the Democrat Primary, but there are dozens of races that are hot and heavy still and the ads are still not there.

Are the locals still undecided?
Are they just ashamed of the choices that they have?
Or is it more interesting?

Could it be that those people who have voted nearly straight ticket their entire adult lives are looking at the other column on the ballot?

Are they just afraid of telling their neighbors that they just may be thinking of voting for a Republican for Congress, or State Rep?
Maybe they are looking at the Republican in the Governor's race. And when I say Republican Governor, I don't mean the Leftist running as an Independent who used to pretend to be a Republican.

Right now I can see the houses in my neighborhood, next Wednesday we shall see what else we can see.

29 September 2010

Hey Fatty Put Down That Toy!!!!

So the Nanny State types in San Francisco are lying about Happy Meals making kids fat. It seams that the "facts" may have been massaged just a little to support an agenda of "sustainable" agriculture for the city of San Francisco. They combine the data streams to get to the point that they want to make.

Again we are faced with the proof that Benjamin Disraeli was right when he said:
"There are three types of lies - lies, damned lies and statistics."

Well if it leads to a "greater good" isn't it all right?

No, it isn't.

If you think your kid is too fat, you should be the one to take care of it. Not some Politician with an ego problem.

If you think your neighbor's kid is too fat, STFD and STFU!

28 September 2010

Ratings Aren't Good

Okay here are the numbers. Granted they are from two different weeks, but I don't think they are that off.

If you are wondering why John Phraud Kerry thinks the masses are uninformed, this might be the answer.

Last Week's Cable News Ratings

5PM – P2+ (25-54) (35-64)
Glenn Beck – 2,049,000 viewers (479,000) (938,000)
Situation Room—567,000 viewers (132,000) (211,000)
Hardball w/ C. Matthews – 600,000 viewers (141,000) (279,000)
Fast Money (5PM-5:30PM) – 288,000 viewers (72,000) (113,000)
Options Action (5:30PM-6PM)- 212,000 viewers (64,000) (95,000)
Showbiz Tonight — 165,000 viewers (71,000) (83,000)

6PM – P2+ (25-54) (35-64)
Special Report w/ Bret Baier – 2,055,000 viewers (459,000) (858,000)
Situation Room—372,000 viewers (83,000) (122,000)
Ed Show —719,000 viewers (193,000) (363,000)
Mad Money — 167,000 viewers (a scratch w/39,000) (64,000)
Prime News – 392,000 viewers (181,000) (258,000)

7PM – P2+ (25-54) (35-64)
The Fox Report w/ Shep – 1,751,000 viewers (503,000) (805,000)
John King USA – 312,000 viewers (93,000) (117,000)
Hardball w/ C. Matthews – 622,000 viewers (167,000) (311,000)
Kudlow Report– 132,000 viewers (a scratch w/26,000) (a scratch w/ 42,000)
Issues – 289,000 viewers (78,000) (134,000)

8PM – P2+ (25-54) (35-64)
The O’Reilly Factor– 2,652,000 viewers (626,000) (1,280,000)
Rick’s List –419,000 viewers (86,000) (104,000)
Countdown w/ K. Olbermann – 947,000 viewers (238,000) (482,000)
The Apprentice – 205,000 viewers (81,000) (109,000)
Nancy Grace – 437,000 viewers (114,000) (205,000)

EVENING NEWS (Week of September 6, 2010)

Total ViewersAdults 25-54Households
ABC7,110,0001.5/6; 1,890,0004.8/10
NBC7,790,0001.8/8; 2,290,0005.2/11
CBS4,970,0001.2/5; 1,530,0003.4/7

Source: The Nielsen Company, NTI Total Viewers and Adults 25-54 Live + SD weeks of 9/6/10 & 8/30/10

Any more questions???

We are so screwed!

01 May 2010

Happy May Day Comrades!

This is the great Socialist holiday May First.  
There have been great moments in Marxist history that have always centered around this date.  
Let's remember that one of the great Marxist moments took place on May Day in CHICAGO. 
The Haymarket riots are considered one of the great moments in Socialist movements worldwide. Innocent people died, but that's Socialism and Chicago combined, what else would you expect.
So enjoy this great worker holiday (a corruption of the term Holy Day), and remember to enjoy whatever you have.  Because if the Chicago Socialist in charge has his way you won't have it for very long. 

27 April 2010

What Colour Is The Sky..

in Time Magazine's World?

But by Election Day 2010, Obama will have soundly achieved many of his chief campaign promises while running a highly competent, scandal-free government. Not bad for a guy whose opponents (in both parties) for the White House suggested that he was too green in national life to know how to do the job - and whose presidency began in the midst of a worldwide economic crisis that demanded urgent attention and commanded much of his focus.


And this was once considered the "conservative newsweekly"!! Damn Sam!

20 April 2010

Wall Street Is Controlled By Republicans...

Money given to the two candidates in 2008


Goldman Sachs $994,795
Citigroup Inc $701,290
JPMorgan Chase & Co $695,132
UBS AG $543,219
Skadden, Arps et al $530,839
Morgan Stanley $514,881
General Electric (A.K.A. NBC) $499,130
US Government $494,820

Mc Lame

Merrill Lynch $373,595
Citigroup Inc $322,051
Morgan Stanley $273,452
Goldman Sachs $230,095
JPMorgan Chase & Co $228,107
US Government $208,379
AT&T Inc $201,438
Wachovia Corp $195,063
UBS AG $192,493
Credit Suisse Group $183,353
PricewaterhouseCoopers $167,900
US Army $167,820
Bank of America $166,026

See any difference in the totals?

Two Iraqi Al Quida Leaders Suffer From Lead Poisoning

Great news, but...

Can you imagine the wailing and gnashing of teeth that would have happened had Darth Chaney given done this?

I mean wtf was Plugs doing giving a press briefing at the White House? Doesn't he have his own office across the street? With his own supper cool logo to but behind him?

Well I'll just enjoy the sound of crickets...

14 April 2010

Things Are Tough All Over

It has been a while since I've posted because between work (or lack of) and F'd up home stuff, I find I would rather play poker on facebook then think.

Well that ends today.

Everything still sucks, but I need to vent about ZeroDeathCare (A.K.A. ChapaquidickCare) and all the other horseshit coming out of Washington and the RI Statehouse.

So I will do my level best to get out here and voice my discontent, not that anyone else is listening, but I need to do it.

I'll be at the RI Tea Party tomorrow after I get out of work, that should be fun. I'm sure to run into a crap load of old "friends" out to disrupt the goings on. Because we all know that when the left can't win an argument with reason and facts, they resort to lies and Ailinsky (I know same thing)!!!!!

12 January 2010

I Think I'm Back!

Well that was a longer break than I expected to take.

Did you miss me?

Is there anybody out there?

If you wander across this blog and you live in Mass vote Scott Brown.

If you don't live in Mass pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.