Tuesday, August 28, 2012


Stifler's Mom

Obama held a campaign event in Clifton, Virginia on July 14th

R. Lee Ermey, OOHRAH!

A talented character actor known for his military roles, R. Lee Ermey was in the United States Marine Corps for 11 years. He rose to the rank of Staff Sergeant, and later was bestowed the honorary rank of Gunnery Sergeant by the Marine Corps, after he served 14 months in Vietnam and later did two tours in Okinawa, Japan. After injuries forced him to retire from the Corps, he moved to the Phillipines, enrolling in the University of Manila, where he studied Criminology and Drama. He appeared in several Filipino films before being cast as a helicopter pilot in Coppola’s Apocalypse Now (1979). Due to his Vietnam experiences, Coppola also utilized him as a technical adviser.
However, his most famous (or infamous) role came as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Stanley Kubrick’s
Full Metal Jacket (1987), for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe. He did win the best supporting actor award from The Boston Society of Film Critics.

Since then, he has appeared in numerous character roles, portraying everyone from the cannibalistic ‘Dep. Hoyt’ in two “Texas Chainsaw” movies (favorites of mine) -to the leader of the little green soldiers in “Toy Story”(also a favorite of mine. Go figure!)
He also is the host of two History Channel shows, ‘Mail Call’ and ‘Lock N Load’.
He has been married to Nila Ermey since 1975 and has 6 kids and 9 grandkids.
In other words, an All-American, tough as nails, regular Patriotic G.I. Joe kind of fella.


Chicago thug takes security guard's stick, handcuffs, knocks his teeth out



Monday, August 27, 2012


Former Acorn Employee Exposes Operation

Anita Moncrief, a former Acorn employee and Obama supporter blows the whistle on her former employer with regards to Obama’s supporters, voter fraud, campaign finance fraud, and the cover-up by the media.
Moncrief, a former liberal, witnessed first hand the total corruption of the liberal machine.  Ms. Moncrief is incredibly brave to come forth. 



Saturday, August 25, 2012



Probably just gas, Dingbat!

In the video Pelosi says, “He’s (Bush) saying something to the effect of we’re so glad to welcome you here, congratulations and I know you’ll probably have some different things to say about what is going on–which is correct. But, as he was saying this, he was fading and this other thing was happening to me.”
“My chair was getting crowded in,” said Pelosi. “I swear this happened, never happened before, it never happened since.”
“My chair was getting crowded in and I couldn’t figure out what it was, it was like this,” she said.
“And then I realized Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul, Sojourner Truth, you name it, they were all in that chair, they were,” said Pelosi. “More than I named and I could hear them say: ‘At last we have a seat at the table.’ And then they were gone.”


Men, Who Needs Them?

Women are both necessary and sufficient for reproduction, and men are neither. From the production of the first cell (egg) to the development of the fetus and the birth and breast-feeding of the child, fathers can be absent. They can be at work, at home, in prison or at war, living or dead.
Think about your own history. Your life as an egg actually started in your mother’s developing ovary, before she was born; you were wrapped in your mother’s fetal body as it developed within your grandmother.
After the two of you left Grandma’s womb, you enjoyed the protection of your mother’s prepubescent ovary. Then, sometime between 12 and 50 years after the two of you left your grandmother, you burst forth and were sucked by her fimbriae into the fallopian tube. You glided along the oviduct, surviving happily on the stored nutrients and genetic messages that Mom packed for you.
Then, at some point, your father spent a few minutes close by, but then left. A little while later, you encountered some very odd tiny cells that he had shed. They did not merge with you, or give you any cell membranes or nutrients — just an infinitesimally small packet of DNA, less than one-millionth of your mass. 

Ultimately the question is, does “mankind” really need men? With human cloning technology just around the corner and enough frozen sperm in the world to already populate many generations, perhaps we should perform a cost-benefit analysis.
It’s true that men have traditionally been the breadwinners. But women have been a majority of college graduates since the 1980s, and their numbers are growing. It’s also true that men have, on average, a bit more muscle mass than women. But in the age of ubiquitous weapons, the one with the better firepower (and knowledge of the law) triumphs.
Meanwhile women live longer, are healthier and are far less likely to commit a violent offense. If men were cars, who would buy the model that doesn’t last as long, is given to lethal incidents and ends up impounded more often?

Anti-Gun Senator Shoots Intruder

Anti-Gun Senator Shoots Intruder

Long time Anti-Gun Advocate State Senator R.C. Soles, 74, shot one of two intruders at his home just outside Tabor City , N.C. about 5 p.m. Sunday, the prosecutor for the politician's home county said.

The Senator, who has made a career of being against gun ownership for the general public, didn't hesitate to defend himself with his own gun when he believed he was in immediate danger and he was the victim.

In typical hypocritical liberal fashion, the "Do as i say and not as i do" Anti-Gun Activist Lawmaker picked up his gun and took action in what apparently was a self-defense shooting. Why hypocritical you may ask? It is because his long legislative record shows that the actions that he took to protect his family, his own response to a dangerous life threatening situation, are actions that he feels ordinary citizens should not have if they were faced with an identical situation.

It has prompted some to ask if the Senator believes his life and personal safety is more valuable than yours or mine.

Stellar Wind- Persons of Interest

The filmmaker Laura Poitras profiles William Binney, a 32-year veteran of the National Security Agency who helped design a top-secret program he says is broadly collecting Americans' personal data.

"It took me a few days to work up the nerve to phone William Binney. As someone already a “target” of the United States government, I found it difficult not to worry about the chain of unintended consequences I might unleash by calling Mr. Binney, a 32-year veteran of the National Security Agency turned whistle-blower. He picked up. I nervously explained I was a documentary filmmaker and wanted to speak to him. To my surprise he replied: “I’m tired of my government harassing me and violating the Constitution. Yes, I’ll talk to you.”

Thursday, August 23, 2012


Or, just use your cloth bags and get e-coli.

Romney and Ryan Resemble Famous Characters!


Immigration Agents Suing Obama

Ten employees at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are suing the Obama administration to block a new program to let many young illegal immigrants avoid deportation and get a work permit.

The suit also claims that directives from the Department of Homeland Security and its secretary, Janet Napolitano, force agents to break the law by not arresting certain illegal immigrants.
Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state and an immigration adviser to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, is representing the employees. The lawsuit was filed Thursday in federal court in Dallas.
The 22-page filing, which names Napolitano and ICE Director John Morton as defendants, contends that the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals plan violates federal law.
The Department of Homeland Security did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Napolitano has previously defended the plan.

The suit says the mandate "unconstitutionally usurps and encroaches upon the legislative powers of Congress."

Read more on Newsmax.com: Immigration Agents File Suit Over Obama 'Amnesty' Program
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A Nepali man who was bitten by a cobra snake subsequently bit the snake to death, a local newspaper reported on Thursday (Aug. 23).
After being bitten by the snake, while he was working in his rice paddy on Tuesday, 55-year-old Mohamed Salmo Miya chased the snake, caught it and bit it until it died, the Annapurna Post reported, according to Reuters.
"I could have killed it with a stick but bit it with my teeth instead because I was angry," Miya was quoted as saying.
Miya, who lives in a village some 125 miles (200 kilometers) southeast of the Nepali capital of Kathmandu, was receiving treatment at a village health post at the time of the news report and was not in danger of dying from his snakebite. He will not be charged with killing the snake, a local police official said, because cobras (called "goman" in Nepal) are not listed as endangered in the country.
In short, a snake has died of manbite.
Date: 23 August 2012 Time: 11:31 AM ET


By the time dermatologist Dr. Mark Goldgeier saw the patient, it was clear that this was no simple allergy.
He performed a skin biopsy so he could take a closer look at the rash under a microscope. What he saw was startling: the sample was riddled with a wormlike bacterium related to tuberculosis.
"I explained [to the patient] that he had TB, and he had a look of horror on his face," Goldgeier said.
For the patient, the finding meant a trip to an infectious disease specialist to start up to a full year of treatment.
Goldgeier, meanwhile, called the Monroe County Health Department.
"As soon as biopsy came back," he said, "I knew something in the process of tattooing was involved -- the ink, the water used for dilution, the syringes, the dressings."
And so began a nationwide medical mystery.
An article published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine describes how this one dermatologist helped connect the dots in an outbreak of tattoo-related atypical skin infections.
Dr. Byron Kennedy, public health specialist at Monroe County Department of Public Health, took over the case from Goldgeier. Kennedy first confirmed the results by repeating a skin biopsy on the patient. Once again, tendrils of mycobacterium chelonae, a type of tuberculosis-related skin bacteria, showed up in the sample.
Mycobacterium chelonae is a rapidly growing bug found in soil, dust, water, animals, hospitals, and contaminated pharmaceuticals. This family of bacteria does not commonly affect healthy individuals, but in patients with suppressed immune systems -- like those with HIV or on chemotherapy -- these bacteria can cause serious disease, often resulting in death. 

A Trail of Ink: Tracking a Rare Tattoo-Related Infection


Obama: "A New Vision Of An America In Which Prosperity Is Shared"

 "Too many folks still don't have a sense that tomorrow will be better than today. And so, the question in this election is which way do we go?" President Obama asked at a fundraiser in Chicago on Sunday.

"Do we go forward towards a new vision of an America in which prosperity is shared?" Obama asked. "Or do we go backward to the same policies that got us in the mess in the first place?"

The same mess the USSR got into by following that same NEW VISION!


Study: Red states more charitable


Red states give more money to charity than blue states, according to a new study on Monday.
The eight states with residents who gave the highest share of their income to charity supported Sen. John McCain in 2008, while the seven states with the least generous residents went for President Barack Obama, the Chronicle of Philanthropy found in its new survey of tax data from the IRS for 2008.

The eight states whose residents gave the highest share of their income — Utah, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, Idaho, Arkansas and Georgia — all backed McCain in 2008. Utah leads charitable giving, with 10.6 percent of income given.
And the least generous states — Wisconsin, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire — were Obama supporters in the last presidential race. New Hampshire residents gave the least share of their income, the Chronicle stated, with 2.5 percent.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0812/79888.html#ixzz24Np3zUgV

Liberals have this misguided idea that the only way to be compassionate towards others is to use the police power of government to force money out of your pockets and have the government decide how it is spent.  Government deciding how money is spent is seen as more honorable than an individual’s choice on where to donate money, according to liberals.  Liberals love government because it is the only entity that can use its police power to force you to give up money (or property).  Again, they believe that without this government force, people would not otherwise help those in need.

"Issues" or America? By Thomas Sowell - August 21, 2012

There are some very serious issues at stake in this year's election -- so many that some people may not be able to see the forest for the trees. Individual issues are the trees, but the forest is the future of America as we have known it.

The America that has flourished for more than two centuries is being quietly but steadily dismantled by the Obama administration, during the process of dealing with particular issues.

For example, the merits or demerits of President Obama's recent executive order, suspending legal liability for young people who are here illegally, presumably as a result of being brought here as children by their parents, can be debated pro and con. But such a debate overlooks the much more fundamental undermining of the whole American system of Constitutional government.

The separation of powers into legislative, executive and judicial branches of government is at the heart of the Constitution of the United States -- and the Constitution is at the heart of freedom for Americans.

No President of the United States is authorized to repeal parts of legislation passed by Congress. He may veto the whole legislation, but then Congress can override his veto if they have enough votes. Nevertheless, every President takes an oath to faithfully execute the laws that have been passed and sustained -- not just the ones he happens to agree with.

If laws passed by the elected representatives of the people can be simply over-ruled unilaterally by whoever is in the White House, then we are no longer a free people, choosing what laws we want to live under.


Neal Bortz on 2016 -- OBAMA'S AMERICA

By Neal Boortz

Yesterday afternoon I finally found the time to head to a theatre to see 2016 – Obama’s America, a movie based on Dinesh D’Sousa’s book “The Roots of Obama’s Rage.”
In the book D’Sousa tried to determine just what was driving Dear Ruler’s rage (dare we say hatred?) against successful wealthy Nations and Americans?  Why did he send the bust of Winston Churchill back to the British Embassy in Washington?  Why did he break with many previous presidents and take the Argentinian side on the Falkans controversy?  Why is the centerpiece of Obama’s reelection campaign his obsession on raising taxes on the rich, even when history clearly shows that raising taxes on the rich only serves to reduce revenues to the government?
To answer these questions D’Sousa traveled to Hawaii, to Indonesia, to Africa and around the Continental U.S. to interview the people who knew Barack Obama and people who have studied those who were close to Obama as he was growing up.
Now I tried to watch this movie with somewhat a different eye than most of the people in that theater.  As hard as it is to do … I tried to watch it as an Obama supporter.  I was looking for something that was clearly untrue or for logical lapses relating to Obama’s positions.  (Yeah, like a liberal would recognize a logical lapse.)  Not once did I think to myself “Oh now come on, Dinesh.  That’s a little much.”
There were a few things in the movie that I had not realized … a few surprises for me.
  • Obama’s mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, truly seemed to despise the United States, so much so that she gravitated solely to men from the “third world.”
  • Obama’s father was married at the time he met and married Ann Dunham.  No judgment here – that might have been perfectly acceptable in his culture.  Just didn’t know that.
  • While living in Indonesia Obama’s mother sent him to Hawaii to live with his grandparents because she was concerned that Obama would be influenced by his step-father, Lolo Sotero’s, increasingly pro-American and pro-Western views and associations.
  • It was Obama’s grandfather, from whom his mother apparently got her strident anti-American views, who introduced Obama to Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis, with the intent that Davis was to become Obama’s mentor.
  • Obama’s private school in Hawaii, Punahou, was infused with an anti-colonialist fervor; an atmosphere of resentment toward the United States as having colonized Hawaii.  
D’Sousa puts all of the information he gathers together and comes up with the conclusion that Obama’s driving philosophy is one of anti-colonialism.  His mother, father, grandfather and mentor were all strident anti-colonialists.  They all harbored the feeling that America’s wealth came from the exploitation of other nations and people.  Obama now sees the opportunity to honor the legacy of his parents by righting that wrong and by destroying much of America’s ill-gotten wealth.  This he is intent on doing through the destruction of our economy.



Wednesday, August 22, 2012

International GoTopless Day 2012 is Sunday August 26, in honor of Women's Equality Day

http://GoTopless.org is a U.S.-based organization founded in 2007 by human rights activist and spiritual leader Rael (http://rael.org) and claims that women have the same constitutional right that men have to go bare-chested in public.
To protest this unconstitutional gender discrimination, GoTopless.org is holding National Go-Topless Day events in cities nationwide. Thousands of women will be baring their chests that day in the name of equal rights.
Free your breasts, free your mind.

Does Paul Ryan's Black Ex-Girlfriend Matter?

As reported on Twitter by CNN's Pete Hamby, Ryan said he has a black sister-in-law, but perhaps even more interesting, his "college sweetheart" was African American.
So here is the million-dollar question: Is the fact that Ryan has dated interracially a noteworthy detail to consider when analyzing his politics and policies?

For the record: No, I am not calling Ryan a racist. I am saying, however, that if you want to know where a politician's heart lies when it comes to a particular community, it may be best to look at that person's policies -- such as his or her record on civil rights --  rather than personal relationships. What do you think? Please share your thoughts in the comments below.

What We Know About Paul Ryan and Blacks


Obama Doesn’t Get It About Medicare

Let’s clear the air about the Romney-Ryan plan. For any American over 55, nothing changes. The government made a promise to those seniors, and it’s a promise that Governor Romney and Paul Ryan intend on making sure is kept.
For those who are younger than 55, the Romney-Ryan plan implements reforms that introduce more competition and choice into Medicare to strengthen the program for future generations. Throughout our nation’s history, we’ve seen choice and competition do more to reduce cost and improve quality than any other force. They can do the same for Medicare. Governor Romney will also root out the waste that has plagued Medicare from its inception, and his proposals for replacing Obamacare with genuine health-care reform will bring down costs throughout the system while accelerating the innovation that leads to new cures.
This plan stands in stark contrast to the approach of President Obama, the one endorsed by Senator Daschle. As with most things, it seems, the president sees the solution to Medicare as rooted in bigger government and more bureaucratic control. President Obama has preached—and Senator Daschle seems to believe—that Obamacare, with its maze of new regulations and raft of new taxes, will bring down medical costs. It’s a claim that has been proven false already, and even the Medicare actuary has stated publicly that Obamacare will do little to control rising expenses.
Moreover, President Obama’s approach to cost control goes beyond simply believing that more government will (for perhaps the first time ever) lead to more efficiency. He’s also established something called the Independent Payment Advisory Board. This panel of 15 unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats is in charge of developing new ways to cut Medicare spending that will eventually lead to the rationing of care to seniors.
Fewer choices and less care for seniors: that’s the essence of President Obama’s plan.

What Obama Doesn’t Get About Medicare

Sen. Ron Johnson on how Democrats are destroying the program—and how Republicans are trying to save it.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012


"Glitzy, we're going to be the prettiest girls at the pageant," the 6-year-old Toddlers & Tiaras alum says in the clip. "And there's no way we can't win because I got me a pig. How about that?"


A hurricane may hit the Republican National Convention next week. No, not Tropical Depression 9, or potential Hurricane Isaac. Vice President Joe Biden.
"Next week, on Monday, August 27 and Tuesday, August 28, Vice President Joe Biden will travel to the Tampa area and other cities for campaign events," President Barack Obama's campaign announced Tuesday. "Additional details on the Vice President's trip are forthcoming."
The DNC had previously announced plans for a "counter-convention" to try to steal some of the spotlight from Republicans as they gather in Tampa to formally nominate Mitt Romney.
Is the Republican National Committee worried? To hear them tell it: Not so much.
"We're excited to have him," said RNC spokesman Tim Miller.
"Vice President Biden's inevitable gaffes will only serve to further highlight the contrast voters face between the Romney/Ryan ticket's to bold solutions for fixing our economy and one that is out of ideas," he said.



Barack Hussein Obama, Saul Alinsky, and Satan

Saul Alinsky, the leftwing guru of community organizers such as Barack Obama, had dedicated his book, Rules for Radicals, to Lucifer.
Here’s a screen shot of Alinsky’s dedication from Rules for Radicals:

Hank, why do you drink? (Hank) why do you roll smoke?

Hank Williams Jr. calls Obama a Muslim who ‘hates the U.S.’ at Iowa concert

Country singer got booted in October for comments comparing president to Hitler

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Boy Scouts in Everett, Wash., advertise a whooping cough vaccination clinic during a community gathering in early August. Photo by Jason Kane. Olympia, Wash. | Whooping cough. Those are among the last words Jennifer Crocker expected to be weighing on her mind during a recent visit to the doctor. But she hasn’t been able to shake the recent sound bites from the local news:
  • Whooping cough cases have skyrocketed throughout the nation in the last few months, reaching “epidemic” levels in Washington state as of April.
  • A full 92 percent of adults are no longer inoculated against the disease — in large part because most Americans don’t know that a new booster vaccine exists for the disease.
  • And if adults catch the pertussis — as the disease is formally known — they can easily transmit it to newborns, who can die from it.
“I didn’t even think about any of this before,” Crocker said, before receiving the pertussis booster. “Not until talking with my sister, who is about to have a baby.”


Photos Taken from an interesting Angle

Moving to Detroit

On a flight getting ready to depart for Detroit ...
Jack was sitting on the plane when a guy took the seat beside
him. The guy was an emotional wreck, pale, hands shaking,
moaning in fear. "What's the matter?" Jack asked.

"I've been transferred to Detroit , there's crazy people there.
They've got lots of shootings, gangs, race riots, drugs, poor
public schools, and the highest crime rate."

Jack replied, "I've lived in Detroit all my life. It's not as bad
as the media says. Find a nice home, go to work, mind your
own business, enroll your kids in a nice private school. It's as
safe a place as anywhere in the world."

The guy relaxed and stopped shaking and said, "Oh, thank you.
I've been worried to death. But if you live there and say it's OK,
I'll take your word for it. What do you do for a living?"

"Me?" said Jack. "I'm a tail gunner on a Budweiser truck."





FEMEN Activist Takes Down Giant Cross with Chainsaw to Protest Pussy Riot Verdict

While the verdict has riled many who feel their punishment does not fit the "crime," no one is perhaps more upset than members of the Ukrainian feminist protest group FEMEN. To show the world just how pissed off they are, a topless FEMEN activist was sent to "chop down" a giant wooden cross situated near Independence Square in Kiev.



Monday, August 20, 2012

Chick-fil-A Update.....