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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.

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

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?"

Sean Hannity is writing a book about Obama´s "Radical Agenda" ?

Sean Hannity is claiming to write a book about Obama´s radical agenda
but one would wonder, what access does Sean Hannity have
to the White House and President Obama
that other journalists dont have.

Oh You guessed it, just another book we might fact-check
when it comes out.
allthough a good time to sell the book
to conservatives who clearly hate the president
and cash in on misinformation.

What Happens When The People Dont Get The Real Facts

As we all know, when the Media misinform people
it can easily look like this.

or this ?

Sarah Palin Supporters

WSJ op-ed falsely claims Rasmussen "never worked for any political party" or candidate

The Wall Street Journal published a January 14 op-ed by pollsters and Fox News contributors Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen which falsely claimed that pollster Scott Rasmussen "has never worked for any political party" or "consulted with any candidates seeking elective office," and defended Fox News from alleged White House "attempt[s] to silence" it. In fact, according to the Center for Public Integrity, the Republican National Committee and President Bush's re-election campaign were clients of Scott Rasmussen Inc. in 2003 and 2004; moreover, The Wall Street Journal failed to identify Caddell and Schoen as Fox News contributors, despite their defense of the network.
Caddell and Schoen falsely claim Rasmussen "has never worked for any political party" or "consulted with any candidates seeking elective office"

In their op-ed, which stated that Rasmussen "has been the target of increasingly virulent attacks from left-wing bloggers seeking to undermine his credibility, and thus muffle his findings," Caddell and Schoen wrote:

"Mr. Rasmussen, who is avowedly not part of the Beltway crowd in Washington, has been willing to take on issues like ethics and corruption in ways no other pollsters have been able to do. He was also one of the first pollsters to stress people's real fear of the growing size of government, the size of the deficit, and the concern about spending at a time when these issues were not really on Washington's radar screen."

The reaction against him has been strident and harsh. He's been called an adjunct of the Republican Party when in fact he has never worked for any political party. Nor has he consulted with any candidates seeking elective office.

Rasmussen reportedly worked for RNC, Bush

Clients reportedly paid Rasmussen $141,000. As ThinkProgress has noted, according to the nonpartisan Center for Public Integrity, Rasmussen received $45,500 from President Bush's re-election campaign in 2004 for "survey research," as well as $95,500 from the Republican National Committee in 2003 and 2004 for "survey cost," "voter data," and "survey."
Wall Street Journal does not disclose Caddell and Schoen's ties to Fox News

Caddell and Schoen claim White House engaged in "unprecedented attempt to silence" Fox News, which is "chilling to the free exercise of democracy." From their January 14 Wall Street Journal op-ed:

The attacks on Rasmussen and Gallup follow an effort by the White House to wage war on Fox News and to brand it, as former White House Director of Communications Anita Dunn did, as "not a real news organization." The move backfired; in time, other news organizations rallied around Fox News. But the message was clear: criticize the White House at your peril.

As pollsters for two Democratic presidents who served before Barack Obama, we view this unprecedented attempt to silence the media and to attack the credibility of unpopular polling as chilling to the free exercise of democracy.

Wall Street Journal does not disclose Caddell and Schoen's ties to Fox News. Both Caddell and Schoen are Fox News contributors and make regular appearances on the network. Despite their defense of Fox News from what they viewed as "chilling" attacks from the White House, The Wall Street Journal identified Caddell as having once been "a pollster for President Jimmy Carter," and Schoen has having served as a "pollster for President Bill Clinton." At no point were either man's ties to Fox News disclosed.

Lobbying Influence on the Media

The Nation's Sebastian Jones has an incredible piece out this week detailing the results of a four month investigation which found that, "[s]ince 2007 at least seventy-five registered lobbyists, public relations representatives and corporate officials -- people paid by companies and trade groups to manage their public image and promote their financial and political interests -- have appeared on MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, CNBC and Fox Business Network with no disclosure of the corporate interests that had paid them."

From Jones' report:

President Obama spent most of December 4 touring Allentown, Pennsylvania, meeting with local workers and discussing the economic crisis. A few hours later, the state's former governor, Tom Ridge, was on MSNBC's Hardball With Chris Matthews, offering up his own recovery plan. There were "modest things" the White House might try, like cutting taxes or opening up credit for small businesses, but the real answer was for the president to "take his green agenda and blow it out of the box." The first step, Ridge explained, was to "create nuclear power plants." Combined with some waste coal and natural gas extraction, you would have an "innovation setter" that would "create jobs, create exports."

As Ridge counseled the administration to "put that package together," he sure seemed like an objective commentator. But what viewers weren't told was that since 2005, Ridge has pocketed $530,659 in executive compensation for serving on the board of Exelon, the nation's largest nuclear power company. As of March 2009, he also held an estimated $248,299 in Exelon stock, according to SEC filings.

Moments earlier, retired general and "NBC Military Analyst" Barry McCaffrey told viewers that the war in Afghanistan would require an additional "three- to ten-year effort" and "a lot of money." Unmentioned was the fact that DynCorp paid McCaffrey $182,309 in 2009 alone. The government had just granted DynCorp a five-year deal worth an estimated $5.9 billion to aid American forces in Afghanistan. The first year is locked in at $644 million, but the additional four options are subject to renewal, contingent on military needs and political realities.

In a single hour, two men with blatant, undisclosed conflicts of interest had appeared on MSNBC. The question is, was this an isolated oversight or business as usual? Evidence points to the latter. In 2003 The Nation exposed McCaffrey's financial ties to military contractors he had promoted on-air on several cable networks; in 2008 David Barstow wrote a Pulitzer Prize-winning series for the New York Times about the Pentagon's use of former military officers--many lobbying or consulting for military contractors--to get their talking points on television in exchange for access to decision-makers; and in 2009 bloggers uncovered how ex-Newsweek writer Richard Wolffe had guest-hosted Countdown With Keith Olbermann while working at a large PR firm specializing in "strategies for managing corporate reputation."

Bush´s fiscal Legacy

Listening to conservatives complain about deficits is a bit like taking relationship advice from the Gosselins At best, they serve as an example of what not to do.

As it is with children, so it is with conservatives and deficits. People who are very good at making them aren't necessarily all that skilled in dealing with them.

And we know, during the previous decade, conservatives proved themselves quite adept a creating a deficit from a surplus.

Fox attacks Mainstream media for talking about Sarah Palin´s Iggnorance

Fox decides to go after Mainstream media
"How dare they reveal the iggnorance of Sarah Palin"

Republican propose Republican reject

Republican Propose Idea
The President endorses it
Republican decides to go against it

Rush Limbaugh on education "ENOUGH!"

Rush Limbaugh is tired of hearing about investment on education

Outrageous FoX articles -

Can the Taliban Be Defeated?

By You Decide


NATO, in its most ambitious effort yet to break the militants' grip over their southern heartland in Afghanistan, hopes to secure the area in days, set up a local government and rush in development aid in a first test of the new U.S. strategy for turning the tide of the eight-year war. But the Taliban appeared to have scattered, "possibly waiting to regroup and stage attacks later".

"does FOX know what Taliban will do next ? LoL"

Classy Comment Of The Day



This is not a football game. Alexander lost theoir and had to withdraw under pressure. The Brits never got through Kyber pass and the Soviets lost with heir best troops Spitizka Soviet Special Forces. We are seen percived as invaders and when the bodies start comming home in numbers that will ring of Viet Nam we"ll leave. Incidently before the Viet Nam conflic it was not said that the Viets were the only Nation on earth to defeat Gengis Khan

Monday, February 15, 2010 at 1:21 PM

Honest Engine versus Honest Injun

From Hannity Program Tuesday, January 05, 2010

HANNITY: But there's -- but there's a battle, and you know this is going on, because you're the chairman. I'm sure you deal with this a lot more than I do. There are those that are saying that, for the Republican Party to be successful, they've got to, quote, moderate -- be more moderate.

STEELE: No, no!

HANNITY: You hear that.

STEELE: That's what has gotten us into trouble, when we walked away from principle. Our platform is one of the best political documents that's been written in the last 25 years, honest engine on that.

"WTF is an "honest engine"? Well, as luck would have it, some Urban Dictionary user hooked on all the wrong phonics gives "honest engine" the exact same definition as "honest Injun." Or, maybe, Steele was referring to Sacramento, California's Honest Engine auto repair company, employing the hip-hop tradition known as the "shout out."

Or, maybe, Michael Steele literally is a machine into which gas is poured, that produces toxic exhaust."

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