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Thursday, June 17, 2010

GOP Leaders Threatened To Strip Barton's Seniority For BP Apology


Barton is one of the more intelligent and honest Republicans in Congress. He said what he believed and didn't mince words. Leave him alone. It's too bad more Republicans don't have the guts to say what they really believe... that big business is god and the rest of can go to he**.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Monday, June 7, 2010

Ari Fleischer: Fire Helen Thomas


What about those Neo-Conservatives

Glenn Beck, Michael Savage, Laura Ingraham, Levine,

They spew hatefull comments daily..



Every hope i had with this mainstream media is gone

this is utterly devavstating Helen Thomas was a legend

she grilled everyone, always asked tough questions
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, May 21, 2010

Rand Paul: Obama Sounds 'Un-American' For Criticizing BP Over Gulf Oil Spill (VIDEO)


You dont have to look very deep into Rand Pauls policies

before you detect. "corporate-whore" alert.

which is typical, and not suprising at all.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Rand Paul: Kentucky Senate 2010 Election BREAKING News


Why cant he just say

the companies cant discriminate,

but they can run it as they want to.



Easy ?

If he doesnt believe in discrimination,

then just admit it, whats wrong with those people
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Monday, May 17, 2010

Google's 'Smart TV' Platform To Be 'Biggest Change Since TV Went Color'


When they say "the biggest change since TV went to color"

is a marketing quote

a quote that should be taken with a gran of salt



however, I always wondered as more and more people use the Internet

why The Internet and TV could not get combined

and produce Internet TV

where you can select your favorite shows, instead of TiVo



It could also include normal Internet that can be controlled by your controller.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Bill Maher: Steve Jobs Would Run America Better Than Obama


President Obama needs a reality check..

He is not reaching anywhere with this bi-partisan plea.

He needs to get his act together and try create jobs first

Why do the cave into Republicans..

Why cant we appoint a liberal judge for the supreme court.

Why cant we create the green jobs try to get off oil...



Dems always worry how the Republicans would react..

First they want to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in NY

and when the Republicans spoke against it..

they cave into it..



recently Dennis Miller and Bill Oreilly were laughing their @sses off

as they were speaking about how Obama caves into them all the time.



The republicans will keep doing that because its working.



Is like when Glenn Beck claimed that Van Jones might be a 9/11 truther

and suddenly Van Jones resigned

so they see it is working, and they will keep doing that.

they will try to take the Democrats one by one out of office..



Dems need to show some strength
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Palin At NRA Annual Meeting Says Obama Would Ban Guns If He Could


This is what we normally call assumption.

and believe me there is a lot of those in the republican agenda.

and they use that to rile up the crowd

to get every single conservative/republican involved in the November elections.

The base has gone far-right and we do see how a moderate Republican

now will get thrown out, and have to run as independent (C.Crist)

to win the primaries.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, May 7, 2010

Alan Grayson Def Comedy Jam: Congressman Rails On Fed From House Floor, Demands Audit (VIDEO)


Simple Things any decent humanbeing should understand.



The Media played the health care up because

that was money there was going to be spent on you,

When the Feds spend money on Wall Street

it gets hidden from the public,

have you ever realised

the only spending you hear about is spending that benefits you

such as. Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, Postal Office

and recently Health care etc...



So they want you to be angry about the health care

because it is something that benefits you,

When the congress spends much more money on

Defense, they threaten you and make you paranoid.

Then you have all these other "bail-outs" to Wall Street

these are the ones nobody is going to tell you about.



One have only to watch PBS´s College for profit

which is Colleges that are privately taken over

very expensive,

they are all approved by the government which means

So these corporations already know that students cannot pay these

high prices so they help them

to get an approved government funded loan.

So in the end the student is in big debt by the time they finish the school.

The Obama Admin. was looking into it and wanted to regulate

those private colleges,

but ultimately got a 27 signatures from Polticians

who were against the regulations, and they sadly have to leave it there.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Noah's Ark FOUND? Evangelist Group Says It's In Turkey (PHOTOS, VIDEO)


Uhm ?? Where is the fossils they just found a boat

and claim it is Noahs Ark..

I wanna see fossils first, I wanna see the species from that time

something must be on that boat, dont show me ropes, white pellies

or crystal

it could have been any middleancient boat
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, April 16, 2010

The White House, Elena Kagan, and Me


Oh come on Ben, this whole article sound, so hypocritical I mean, You say its 2010 and it doesnt matter

if you are gay or not. but then you felt necessary based on your rumours to write an article stating that the next supreme court nominee could be gay ?.

And if you are misinforming people by saying something which is not true, then off course you are going to get slammed for it, and yes you are going to get called out for it.

and then you write an article again about how unfair the white house have been.

The White House simply responded to your lie.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Polish leader, 96 others dead in Russia jet crash


Now on another serious note about the plane crash in Poland, I would like to re-post many of the comments on the same article just on Fox News



RE-POSTED FROM FOX NEWS ARTICLE:

Polish Leader, 96 Others Dead in Russia Jet Crash



COMMENTS:



justthefacts09



Oh darn it wasn't Air Force One...... I can dream though can't I?

Saturday, April 10, 2010 at 7:52 PM



obama_da_homie



If we are lucky this will happen to Nappy next.

Saturday, April 10, 2010 at 11:22 PM



obama_da_homie



Pass out earplugs to all the pilots on Air Force One. That will stop our plunge into Marxism.

Saturday, April 10, 2010 at 7:42 PM



HopeyChangey



I wonder if we can get some more of those pilots for AF1!

Saturday, April 10, 2010 at 7:47 PM



hibob



Wisconsin



I think obama should fly there at once!

Saturday, April 10, 2010 at 6:33 PM



nobamunism



Colorado



Can we purchase on of these TU-154's for our new Air Force One please?

Saturday, April 10, 2010 at 3:46 PM



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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

David Shuster Suspended From MSNBC Indefinitely


with Controversial comments

FOX gives their anchors a raise,

meanwhile..

MSNBC suspends their anchors
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Sunday, March 21, 2010

GOP Scare Tactics Record


On the 1993 deficit reduction package:
Rep. Robert Michel (R-IL), Los Angeles Times, 5/28/93:
They will remember who let loose this deadly virus into our economic bloodstream.
Rep. Newt Gingrich (R-GA), GOP Press Conference, House TV Gallery, 8/5/93:
I believe this will lead to a recession next year. This is the Democrat machine's recession, and each one of them will be held personally accountable.
Rep. John Kasich (R-OH), 8/5/93:
Do you know what? This is your package. We will come back here next year and try to help you when this puts the economy in the gutter...
Rep. John Kasich (R-OH), CNN, 7/28/93:
This plan will not work. If it was to work, then I'd have to become a Democrat...
Rep. Robert Dornan (R-CA), 8/5/93:
The problem with our economy is that there is too little employment and too little growth. This plan will do nothing to improve that condition and will actually make it worse.
Rep. Christopher Cox (R-CA), 5/27/93:
This is really the Dr. Kevorkian plan for our economy.
Rep. Thomas Ewing (R-IL), 8/5/93:
...This bill is a disaster waiting to happen.
Rep. Jim Ramstad (R-MN), 3/17/93:
...will stifle economic growth, destroy jobs, reduce revenues, and increase the deficit.
Rep. Phil Crane (R-IL), 3/18/93:
...a recipe for economic and fiscal disaster.
On jobs:
Rep. John Kasich (R-OH), CNN, 7/28/93:
...We have a stagnant economy and there is nothing down the road that makes it look like we're going to have the kind of economic growth that puts people to work.
Rep. Dick Armey (R-TX), CNN, 8/2/93:
The impact on job creation is going to be devastating, and the American young people in particular will suffer a fairly substantial deferment of their lives because there simply won't be jobs for the next two to three years to go around to our young graduates across the country.
Rep. John Kasich (R-OH), 5/27/93:
...your economic program is a job killer.
On interest rates:
Rep. Dick Armey (R-TX), 8/5/93:
The economy will sputter along. Dreams will be put off and all this for the hollow promise of deficit reduction and magical theories of lower interest rates. Like so many of the President's past promises, deficit reduction will be another cruel hoax.
Rep. Wally Herger (R-CA), 8/4/93:
The simple fact is that the Clinton plan will not lower interest rates. It will not lower inflation. It will not create jobs. And it will no lower the deficit. The Clinton tax plan will spur inflation, lose jobs, increase the deficit, and hurt our economic growth.
On inflation:
Rep. Deborah Pryce (R-OH), 5/27/93:
The votes we will take today will not be soon forgotten by the American voter. [They] will lead to more taxes, higher inflation, and slower economic growth.
On the deficit:
Rep. John Kasich (R-OH), GOP News Conference, Senate Gallery, 8/3/93:
Come next year... we're going to find out whether we have higher deficits, we're going to find out whether we have a slower economy, we're going to find out what's going to happen to interest rates, and it's our bet that this is a job killer.
Rep. Dick Armey (R-TX), CNN, 8/2/93:
Clearly this is a job killer in the short run. The revenues forecast for this budget will not materialize; the costs of this budget will be greater than what is forecast. The deficit will be worse, and it is not a good omen for the American economy.
Rep. Jim Bunning (R-KY), 8/5/93:
It will not cut the deficit. It will not create jobs. And it will not cut spending.
Rep. Dick Armey, CNN, 2/18/93:
I will tell you, this program will not give you deficit reduction. It will be a disaster for the performance of the economy.
Rep. Clifford Stearns (R-FL), 3/17/93:
...It will be the kind of impact that this country can't absorb. It will slow economic growth, contribute to the massive federal deficit....
Rep. Joel Hefley (R-CO), 8/4/93:
...It will raise your taxes, increase the deficit, and kill over one million jobs.
On Medicare:
Rep. Durward Hall (R-MO), 4/8/65:
...we cannot stand idly by now, as the Nation is urged to embark on an ill-conceived adventure in government medicine, the end of which no one can see, and from which the patient is certain to be the ultimate sufferer.
Rep. James Utt (R-CA):
We are going on the assumption that this is not socialized medicine. Let me tell you here and now it is socialized medicine.
Rep. Robert Michel (R-IL), 4/8/65:
...I, for one... will be one of those voting for the motion to substitute the Republican proposal and if that fails, to vote against the bill on final passage, and hope that it helps to draw attention to the horrendous tax burden that is going to be thrust upon every American and every future generation.
Rep. Tim Lee Carter (R-KY), 4/65:
As one of the last country doctors... I ask my colleagues to vote to recommit... a bill which will within a few years cruelly overburden the Social Security System and the young workers with growing families, who will be forced to pay higher Social Security taxes.
Sen. Milward Simpson (R-WY), 7/8/65:
This program could destroy private initiative for our aged to protect themselves with insurance against the cost of illness.
Presently, over 60 percent of our older citizens purchase hospital and medical insurance without Government assistance. This private effort would cease if Government benefits were given to all our older citizens.
Sen. Thruston B. Morton (R-KY), 7/65:
I have always maintained that if a program is to be successful, it must... be voluntary... based on need and must not be financed through a payroll tax.
Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (R-MA), 5/65:
... I personally believe that a voluntary plan financed from general revenues... is preferable to the Medicare program.
Quotes from the Report of the Ways and Means Committee on the Social Security Amendments of 1965. Separate Views of the Republicans.
From op cit., additional separate views of the Honorable Joel T. Broyhill (R-VA):
If the hospitals are prevented from charging the customary rates to the patients over age 65, hospital costs for patients under age 65 will have to be increased in order to make up the difference. In order to reduce its losses, when the patients under age 65 can no longer bear such increases, the hospital will be forced to curtail the quality of its service.
... Medicare would initiate what would ultimately become a Federal monopoly in regard to the financing and rendering of health care with respect to our aged to the detriment of endeavors of the private sector; this would impair the quality of health care, retard the advancement of medical science, and displace private insurance.
Individual views of Senate Finance Committee Republicans, Senators Williams, Bennett, Curtis, Morton, 6/65:
We must oppose any legislation which would derive its financing from a compulsory tax on the first dollars of wages earned by the nation's working men and women to pay the hospital and other medical bills.... Such legislation produces an unequitable and unjustified tax burden on gross earnings of wage earners.
Ronald Reagan taped anti-Medicare message saying:
"One of the traditional methods of imposing statism or socialism has been by way of medicine." He urged his listeners to write to Congress opposing Medicare and warned, "If you don't do this, one of these days you and I are going to spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was like in American when men were free."
This spot was paid for by AMA and AMPAC, and played at Operation Coffee Cup coffees put on by doctors' wives.
Raymond E. King, Jr., National Association of Life Underwriters, 5/65:
[The Medicare bill would] set up a health care program which served little or no necessary social purpose and which owuld be a direct, unwarranted and completely unfair intrusion in private enterprise.
Dr. Clifford H. Keene, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, 5/65:
...permit citizens a choice of prepaid medical coverage under our type of plan or any other voluntary health insurance plan.
Dr. Donovan Ward, President, American Medical Association, 5/65:
...the result of such programs in other countries had been over utilization of facilities and rising costs, and that as emphasis shifted from quality to cost, as it must under a publicly financed program, a deterioration in the quality of care is inescapable.
Paul D. Hill, International Association of Health Underwriters, 5/65:
[There is] no demonstrable need for the program and the costs of the program are not fully known and when they are realized will be so high tha they will be intolerable to wage earners of the country.
On Social Security:
Rep. John Taber (R-NY), 4/19/35:
Never in the history of the world has any measure been brought here so insidiously designed as to prevent business recovery, to enslave workers and to prevent any possibility of the employers providing work for the people.
Rep. Daniel Reed (R-NY), 1935:
The lash of the dictator will be felt and 25 million free American citizens will for the first time submit themselves to a fingerprint test.
Rep. James W. Wadsworth (R-NY), 1935:
This bill opens the door and invites the entrance into the political field of a power so vast, so powerful as to threaten the integrity of our institutions and to pull the pillars of the temple down upon the heads of our descendants.

Health Care Gets Ugly



You may have heard or read about the ugly scenes on Capitol Hill yesterday, when a few conservative activists shouted racial and homophobic epithets at Democratic lawmakers. Today the conservative activists are back. And so is the ugliness--only this time, a few Republicans were actually encouraging them.

That's an incendiary charge, I know. But let me describe what just transpired here inside the House of Representatives:

Moments ago, while members were on the floor for a vote, a protester stood up in the visitor's gallery and began shouting "Kill the bill! Kill the bill! Kill the bill!" Clerks quickly removed him. But as they were doing so, a number of Republicans--at least a dozen, from what I could see from a few feet away--were cheering the man.

Representative Barney Frank, who was the target of yesterday's homophobic epithets, told reporters he was "appalled" and that he felt the Republicans "were encouraging him to resist. ... I've never seen members of the House cheering on a guy resisting being kicked out of the gallery. It's a dangerous situation and the Republicans are cheering him on."

Frank says he approached one of his Republican colleagues--I think he said it was Missouri's Roy Blunt--and told them his caucus should not be stoking this kind of emotion. Blunt apparently replied by saying he wasn't one of the Republicans cheering.

Meanwhile, conservative activists are staging a rally on the North lawn, which is right outside the House chamber. A trio of Republicans went to the House balcony and started waving hand-made signs saying "Kill...the...bill" as the crowd chanted. As a colleague of mine remarked, that scene was more farcical than scary--like a scene out of Evita. But there's something just a bit unsettling about all of this.

To be clear, I have no problem with a robust demonstration. The activists have every right to their views and every right to express those views. And I certainly don't want to impugn the actions a large group of people--whether it's the House Republican caucus or the protesters outside--based on the actions of a hand-held people. Representative Mike Pence later said that he was glad the protester would be removed, assuring Democrats that Republicans would do what they could to uphold decorum. Good for him.

But, as I reported yesterday, the protests have taken on a slightly menacing tone, one that's manifesting itself in many different ways. Marin Cogan, who wrote for TNR before moving over to Politico, reports that protesters confronted her on the way into the building, shoving a bullhorn in her face and yelling "media bias! Media bias! Media bias!" And there were sharper confrontations with actual members of Congress.

She and her colleague, Meredith Shiner, filed this dispatch:

Tea Party protesters disrupted Speaker Nancy Pelosi's press stakeout at a House Office Building, yelling "you're a disgrace to your office" and one protester yelled a gay epithet at Rep. Barney Frank again on Sunday, adding yet another layer of chaos to an already tense afternoon on Capitol Hill.



In a moment of apparently unscripted political theater, Pelosi and Democratic leaders marched arm in arm across the Capitol complex while protesters yelled at them and police held a barricade.



The Pelosi disruption came inside the Cannon office building, where Democrats where whipping the final votes for the historic health care overhaul. When Pelosi said "We're doing this for the American people," a protestor yelled "you're doing this TO the American people!"

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Orion Nebula In 3D Will Take Your Breath Away (PHOTO, VIDEO)


I was a bit afraid when i clicked on this link, because it said, this will take my breath away, I was quite not sure if I really wanted my breath to be taken away,

as I will die luckily I still have my breath.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Iowa Congressman And Glenn Beck Agree: Sunday Health Care Vote Is 'An Affront To God'


Conservatives always tend to use their excuse about God, its become tiring to just let them use their god for every excuse they have.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Health Care Updates: Democrats, Republicans Respond To CBO Score


Rep. Steve Lynch (D-Mass.

PREACH BROTHA!! He said it right,

Exactly what I have been talking about, This bill is a give-away for the insurance companies, I understand where he is coming from, and he is exactly right, in every word.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Dennis Kucinich Flips On Health Care Reform: Will Support The Bill


I understand Rep. Kucinich I would do the same, the guy fought hard to the last minute, to get a Public Option or anything that can make this bill more for the people, then for the insurance market. But Rep. Kucinich seem to have lost the battle

"tears"....

Sad but true
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Orly Taitz Fined: Court Upholds $20,000 Sanction Against 'Birther Queen'


Come on I mean, even if Obama was not born in Hawaii, wouldnt that be revealed in the campaign, with Edwards, Clinton, Mccain and all the others who were running for office would sure take this new "black" guy down if they knew he did not have his birth certificate right. They did everything to find dirt on eachother they literally have research teams to find them, so the birthers yeah I guess you can call them racists, Or they may even count Hawaii as a foreign state, because their is less white people and more brown people.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bill Maher: The Environment Is The Ultimate Health Care Issue (VIDEO)


Climate Change is real, and it is happening, There is no reason to deny when top scientists

who know their stuff, and spend their days monitoring the earth, says it is true.

But every now and then, there comes these flat-earthers aka. republicans aka. conservatives who believe, in an imaginary friend up in the sky who have everything under control, and we dont really need to worry about wether we are destroying the earth or not.

See there is money to made of Carbon, alot of top businesses are fighting tooth and nail against Climate change, because they profit from it thats just the truth.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, March 12, 2010

Nancy Pelosi Will Not Include Public Option In Final Bill


Great Nancy Pelosi

and you Dems

are out of there by November

say goodbye..



Scumbags and Corporate whores

not a slight different from the Republicans
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Limbaugh: I'll Leave US If Health Care Reform Passes (VIDEO)


Now see thats a reason to pass The Health Care Reform..
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Monday, March 8, 2010

Palin Crossed Border For Canadian Health Care


This obviously do not suprise me,

the biggest hypocrit, :p



I allthough applaud her for being honest..
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Monday, March 1, 2010

White House: House Health Care Bill Should Get 'Simple Up-Or-Down Vote'


come on Harry Reid

lets get a simple up-or-down vote on PUBLIC OPTION
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, February 26, 2010

Jim Bunning Repeatedly Blocks Unemployment Benefits Extension, Tells Dem 'Tough Shit'


Vote these selfish politicians out,

they have no compassion neither do they have any open mindness,
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Paterson Won't Run In 2010


There is something about New York and scandals

they almost go hand in hand together
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Ben Bernanke Snaps At Ron Paul Over Wild Accusations (VIDEO)


Ron Paul is one of the real and very rare Republican.

atleast his not for sale,

you can have legitimate disagreement with him.

but one thing is for sure he needs to lecture every republican.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Monday, February 22, 2010

More Palin Hypocrisy


The dangers of "death panels" were explained to Americans on Sarah Palin's Facebook page. Oh, sweet Lord, she must not sleep at night...her grandson could be the next victim of "socialized medicine".
Recently released documents from the custody battle show clearly Tripp Palin Johnston has socialized health care through Indian Health Services and the Alaska Native Medical Center.
Palin's family has federally funded health care afforded to them...but if you had it Barack Obama might kill you. Put this on the list of Palin's Greatest Hypocritical Hits...volume 97.

source:
from Huffington Post

Boehner: Obama Has 'Crippled The Credibility' Of Health Summit


From Politico

"The proposal also has a populist appeal – Obama standing up to the big insurance companies – that could put pressure on Republicans to go along, even though they have decried the Democrats’ health reform efforts as a “big government takeover” of the system and generally resisted any efforts to give the government a greater role in the private insurance market."



"could put pressure on Republicans to go along". Either they go along with S&I Insurance reform, or they go along with S&I Insurance rate increases which is the "S&I Insurance industry's takeover of American's wages ". So Repuggies, which is it, are you for helping Americans keeping their hard earned wages, or are you for the S&I Insurance Companies 39% rate increases?



BTW, Repuggies, "NO!" is not a correct answer to the above question.



Waiting to hear the answers.........?
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Arianna Debates Partisanship On ABC's 'This Week'


How can there be bipartisanship when one of the parties is bat**** crazy? The repubs nearly caused the complete systemic failure of the world financial system... and they still haven't learned a thing, still tout the same bs and still schill for their corporate masters.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Brown Breaks With GOP To Support Jobs Bill


I knew Mass. didnt just select another lying scumbag

but a real representative of the state.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

New White House Health Care Proposal May Destroy PhRMA Deal


RE: Kathy.

RE: kathy - Insightfulnana;




With all due respect,
you got it all ass-backwards,
the silent majority voted for Obama
knowing about the promise of the health care issue
he campaigned on Public Option,
this analogy you republicans make
are OFFENSIVE, and demeaning to
everyone who voted for Obama,
which is the majority of the american people,
that majority, voted for his campaign promises, he did not just make the health care issue up.
secondly, the loud minority
also called Tea-baggers,
9/12 project or Fox-bots
are misinformed and very
highly unintelligent human-beings
which is a disgrace to this country,
nobody should be misinformed
or scared of death panels.
Rupert Murdoch and his Newscorp have ruined and misinformed America.
along with the stupid conservative radio-hosts.

Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

The Bloom Box (VIDEO): An Energy Plant In A Box To Power Your Home


This is an amazing new discovery,

I am really looking forward to see if it holds up to its promise.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Governors Ball 2010: Obama Toasts Constituents, Spouses (PHOTOS, VIDEO, POLL)


Oh holy Republican !!



Obama toasted with water,

this proves his a muslim, arab, socialist, marxist, communist

and whatever else his been accused of.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Ephram Nehme Sues Anthem Blue Cross For Automatically Denying 'Medically Necessary Liver Transplant'


Fresh from a two-day weekend visit to Iraq, the Bush administration's top health-care official defended the $950 million that will be spent to help Iraq establish universal health care



Source:

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2001870042_iraqdig03.html
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Saturday, February 20, 2010

'Meet The Press' Ratings Burst With Maddow Appearance


This goes to show that americans

wanna see real discussion, and a serious debate

and Rachel Maddow a great liberal, is going after the real

issues without, the fake reporting, thats why it goes up

and her sincere arguments with Schlock.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, February 19, 2010

From The CPAC Convention condemning their own supporters

Here how the conservative look
when they condemn their own supporters.
CPAC speaker Ryan Sorba from CYA for Freedom
was condemning the cpac for inviting gays into
the convention,
Ahh always nice to see some love from them conservatives.

Stephen Baldwin On Obama: 'Homey Made His Bed' (VIDEO)


I love how the conservatives, hate Hollywood

for being liberal, but when they get one average actor

whose brother was alot smarter then him,

they adore him.



Personally I have much more respect for Stephen only because

of his brother Alec Baldwin, whom is a great and successful actor.

You can just compare their careers to see which one is smartest.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Public Option Support Surging In Senate


It is soo obvious that the majority of Americans
support the Public Option,
but the lobbyist are fighting with everything they can
to destroy it.
Republicans number 1 demand was to remove Public Option
they could remove alot of the things but their primary focus was to
remove the Public Option from the Health Care bill,
and that should convince everyone that they are in it for the lobbyists.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Suicide Attacker crashes into IRS building "I had enough"

A Joe Stack statement has surfaced online, allegedly a suicide note by the pilot of the Austin plane crash today.
Local newspaper The Austin Statesman tweeted a link to the statement as an "Internet note left by Joe Stack, the man linked to today's plane crash."
Stack, also known as Joseph Andrew Stack III in records, begins the 36-paragraph note:
"If you're reading this, you're no doubt asking yourself, "Why did this have to happen?" The simple truth is that it is complicated and has been coming for a long time. The writing process, started many months ago, was intended to be therapy in the face of the looming realization that there isn't enough therapy in the world that can fix what is really broken."
Stack writes at length about the state of the economy and claims the government has stolen from the middle class. He writes that, "I know I'm hardly the first one to decide I have had all I can stand."
Stack concludes:
I saw it written once that the definition of insanity is repeating the same process over and over and expecting the outcome to suddenly be different. I am finally ready to stop this insanity. Well, Mr. Big Brother IRS man, let's try something different; take my pound of flesh and sleep well.

Racist Overtones in Tea Party Movement ? Olbermann Special Comment VIDEO

Why The Party Movement and Obama
never will get along.

The president will never find a tone for the Tea Party Movement,
nobody who voted for Obama, is in the Tea Party Movement,
all the Mccain/Palin voters who lost the election are the tea party movement

cant accept the loss, just cant handle the damn truth
so they go out and protest because
how dare they loose.
They are crybabies, who lost the election,
they say we dont want "socialized medicine"
but that promise, is what Obama got elected,
so the silent majority gets blocked because
of these loud crybabies, who get all the attention because
they are crying out loud.
They dont believe Obama is a US Citizen that says it all.





Watch Olbermann comment on this issue

Fake Democrat Evan Bayh on MSNBC

Sellout Senator Evan Bayh from Indiana, who finally retired
was on MSNBC, criticizing the bloggers
with the other looser sellout Joe Scarborough
Evan Bayh was the democrat, railing against the
Health care reform.
because of special intrests
his retiring with $ 13 Mill. Thanks to the lobbying system
meanwhile his wife is working for
insurance companies, so he dont need a job.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Rachel Maddow Slams Glenn Beck on Climate Change: "I Didn't Lie, Back Off"

MSNBC's Rachel Maddow called out Glenn Beck last night for denying that he ever said that snowstorms disprove global warming, and for accusing her of lying about him on the air.
Beck accused Maddow of selectively editing his words to make him appear to say something he didn't, but when he played back the tape of her to prove his point, he cut out the part where she gave the evidence for him saying that snowstorms disprove climate change.


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Another Taliban Leader Captured

Another leader of the Afghan Taliban has been captured by authorities in Pakistan working in partnership with U.S. intelligence officials. Taliban sources in the region and a counterterrorism officials in Washington have identified the detained insurgent leader as Mullah Abdul Salam, described as the Taliban movement's "shadow governor" of Afghanistan's Kunduz province.

Michelle Obama To Appear on FOX with Huckabee

Michelle Obama is making her debut appearance on Fox News this coming Saturday, on Mike Huckabee's show 'Huckabee.' The former Republican presidential candidate wooed the first lady onto Fox to talk about her childhood obesity campaign, "let's move."

Huckabee is no stranger to battles with weight loss -- he considers himself a "recovering foodaholic," who lost 120 pounds over two years and wrote a book called 'Quit Digging Your Grave With a Knife and Fork: A 12-Step Program to End Bad Habits and Begin a Healthy Lifestyle.' Huckabee told Washington Whispers that he "commends" Obama for taking on obesity, and added that "It is not a left/right, liberal/conservative, Democrat/Republican issue. This is an issue that falls beyond what I call the 'horizontal' issues of left and right and rises to the 'vertical' level of up or down."

The Fox News press release indicates that the two will also discuss other topics, including what life is like at the White House. This visit brings the total number of Obama family members' appearances on Fox News up to five (including a very brief interview between Major Garrett and President Obama after the 2008 State Of The Union address).

GOP Recovery Act Hyopcrisy


Happy birthday American Recovery and Reinvestment Act!

Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of the signing of the $787 billion stimulus package. Though its birthday party isn't likely to include cake and candles, political advertisements will have to suffice.

To commemorate the passing of the act that all but two Senate Republicans voted against, the Democratic National Committee has released an attack ad that criticizes Republican naysayers as "hypocrites" for requesting and praising local projects funded by stimulus money.

"Almost every single Republican in Congress voted no on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, but despite that opposition, nearly 90 Republicans have sought recovery funds for their district or bragged about the recovery funds they've brought home," the ad says.

The advertisement specifically calls out three Republican senators -- Sen. Shelby (R-Ala.), Sen. Chambliss (R-Ga.) and Sen. McConnell (R-Ky.) -- and House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.), for publicly cheering stimulus initiatives after decrying the bill's passage and loudly deeming it a failure.

"Republicans don't want to acknowledge that the Recovery Act has created jobs, many of them in their own districts, except when they're asking for funding to create those very jobs," the ad charges.





Bill Maher with Anderson Cooper "Evan Bayh is a corporatist"



Evan Bayh is not a centrist, he's a corporatist, according to Bill Maher.

Maher appeared on "Anderson Cooper 360" Tuesday night to comment on the state of affairs in Washington, D.C. He argued that Evan Bayh, the retiring Senator from Indiana, is what's wrong with Congress. The Senate is "where legislation goes to die," Maher says, because "corporatist Democrats" like Bayh act like Republicans.

Maher told Cooper that politics are not polarized enough and that the U.S. lacks a real progressive party.


Palin continues to defend Limbaugh's use of "the r-word": "As I have explained, he was using satire"


O'Reilly asked Palin
why she did not come down on Rush Limbaugh for
using the word "retard."
Palin again explained that Limbaugh used the word as part of political "satire."
but did he really used the word for satire
or did he mean it
watch for yourself.

Palin on Oreilly



Limbaugh using the R-word

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Glenn Beck On Captured Taliban Commander: 'Shoot Him In The Head!' (VIDEO)


Glenn Beck had strong words Tuesday morning on the subject of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban commander who was captured in Karachi, Pakistan.
"The first thing out of my mind? Shoot him in the head," Beck said on "Fox & Friends" Tuesday morning. "Shoot him in the head before it goes into a court and we're doing all this nonsense back and forth. He's a bad guy. Shoot him in the head."
Beck said that his advice would be different if he were running the country.
"If I were in charge, we'd be interrogating him," he said. "And we'd interrogate him and interrogate him and interrogate him...and then we'd shoot him in the head! But with these people that are currently running our country, they'll make the troops the bad guys and everything else...shoot him in the head before we all of a sudden release him into, what, primary schools in New York City? What are we gonna do with this guy?"