My latest candidate for banishment:“The entire population of Georgia is eagerly learning English as best each one can. ”—Doug said,Our institutions are more interested in groups like CAIR and La Raza whose interests are in replacing our culture and language with theirs.That’s why we give ACORN and La Raza millions for them to facilitate elections to bring this about.
It's hundreds of things like that that Bush never vetos that have brought the GOP and the country to where we are now.
Starting at the outset w/leaving most of Bubba's leakers and traitors in place.Compassionate New Tone indeed.Moron.
Kick'n wit a blunt ,lissnin to issac Hayes do'in Shaft. But I gots me concerns dat my "O" boy ain't got no game.Like wuzz up wit dat?
Doug,Where be da country now? we still fit between canda and mexico and dem oceans?
Ho boy o boy musta man O got no program the sanes can folla.
bobal man i be down wit ya "o" go'in down on 'lecshun nite."o" , wuz up wit him and hid'n all dat radical stuff he luv-ed at da church , in da hood, wit da Ayers Mad Bomber cracker boy.we got a name for Obama in da hood ,,OREO...
I gots me a quesshun. iff'n i buy and own a obama doll will da doll be free or will i get a constipation declarastion wit da doll?i mean when i bots me a cabbage patch doll i had to sign a pledge dat i wouldn't boil it down and eats it.i knows i knows
veterans like mccain
No way eye wanna be O man on 'lecshun nite that Meeshell she gonna hamer him.
Don eat no bama doll ya git hikups.
Washington, DC - August 26, 2008 - The Barack Obama campaign has now sent a second letter to the Department of Justice calling for the prosecution of one of American Issues Project's donors for his role in funding a political advertisement in full compliance with all election laws.Read the rest and see the video
After visiting Obama's website to watch Michelle's speech, I am quite sure that an Obama Justice Department will vigorously prosecute.Looking over Obama's promises and issues again, one wonders where the money will come from to bring this sweeping change of socialism to America.I've seen this kind of populism, redistributionist mentality on a local level for years. It leads to more taxes on everyone despite what the candidate promises. Government has insatiable appetite for money and it really doesn't care where it gets it. Of course, the rich and corporations are the initial targets, then the perceived wealthy are tapped in imaginative ways.
They'll try to put talk radio in a sound proof room too, Whit, as it is a major way the conservative view gets out. Though the Supreme Court might not let them.They will up the capital gains taxes, an easy mark, they think, with the result less money will come into the treasury. They want to tax the oil companies, just when we really need their expertise to find new fields. They'll raise all the taxes they can.I'm starting to think they're going to lose though. The last guy that promised to raise taxes, that I remember, was Mondale. He didn't do so well with that program. I can't see Obama doing much better. And Mondale didn't have any of the baggage Obama has wighing him down.
Had some highly stupid O conversations today with supporters of the O...When they complained of the billions spent on Iraq I queried DO you KNOW where most of that money is being spent?Of course MY point about BILLIONS being pumped into America's economy was dismissed as propaganda...Of course there points that Barack was going to CHANGE things, even with dean, pelosi, carter & kennedy in tow... & Of course Iraq was wrong and we started all the issues with the Jihadists so that we can funnel money to the white owned corporations...I, as a registered democrat am disgusted....McCain for POTUS
From Tiger@the Observer:OBAMA IS A SHEPHERD, I SHALL NOT WANT. HE LEADETH ME BESIDE STILL FACTORIES. HE RESTORETH MY FAITH IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. HE GUIDETH ME IN THE PATH OF UNEMPLOYMENT. YEA, THOUGH I WALK THROUGH THE VALLEY OF THE BREAD LINE, I SHALL NOT GO HUNGRY.OBAMA HAS ANOINTED MY INCOME WITH TAXES, AND MY EXPENSES RUNNETH OVER,POVERTY AND HARD LIVING WILL FOLLOW ME ALL THE DAYS OF MY LIFE.THE DEMOCRATS AND I WILL LIVE FOREVER IN A RENTED HOME.BUT I AM GLAD I AM AN AMERICAN, I AM GLAD THAT I AM FREE.BUT I WISH I WAS A DOG AND OBAMA WAS A TREE.
@ Gateway Pundit:Nikolay said... "We can't be sure what was her exact source, but it's entirely possible that she got those WORDS from the BOOKS! It's like she probably can READ!! OMG, this looks so DANGEROUS!"---Doug said,Uh, no:Michelle got the words from her husband Barack - she was QUOTING HIM, back in the day....back in the day when he was a "community organizer" studying the Communist Alinsky's methods for "organizing," just as Hillary had done before him.Barack studied Alinsky, Michelle quoted Barack.
Fox News, along with the MSM, refused to run that ad, it was aired locally.
Mob-loan figure speaks at convention for agent of Hope and ChangeCharlie Rangel should really be ticked off after the DNC gave a speaking slot to Illinois state treasurer Alexi Giannoulias. Barack Obama told the Ways and Means chair that he had no room for a few words from Rangel, but instead allowed his friend and fundraiser speak on Obama’s behalf. Unfortunately, this highlights another embarrassing connection to crime and corruption in Obama’s past, as Giannoulias figured in a series of loans he personally approved to an organized crime figure in Chicago:
WiO:We spent ourselves into a hole with Iraq and Afghanistan. Do these people you were talking to think that money will be spent on them? Obama is misleading America with his illusion of hope and change. There's no way he can deliver on these grandiose promises and resorting to class warfare is a very dangerous game to play.
Kill Michelle Malkin! Attack Wish today's conservative "men" had the balls of Michelle, Ann, and Laura.
We spent ourselves into a hole with Iraq and Afghanistan. Do these people you were talking to think that money will be spent on them?==There's plenty of money. Military expenditures can be cut by 90% and still be in line with the rest of the world. $1.2 trillion a year that the American middle class will get to keep and spend on their own benefit instead of the benefit of fat cat military and oil "industrialists".
Doug: Wish today's conservative "men" had the balls of Michelle, Ann, and Laura.It's not about balls, it's about a mother protecting her cubs. Don't cross her.
Habu, if you want a blackface icon, at least use our first black President.
Figure of speech, don't go all Slade on me, please!
i say mon if'n da 'Bama git 'lected aund up de taxes man say what hap'pon if there be a tax revolt where da peoples don't pay. say 30-40 million people don't pay..what can IRS do? no way enforcement mon...da people jus don't pay..somebody wit a brain help me out on this notion
Are you the Real Ace of Spades with that famous Blog?
KunstlerCast #28: The Pickens PlanCan natural gas and electricity replace gasoline and diesel fuel?This July, oilman T. Boone Pickens told Congress that James Howard Kunstler is worth listening to and that he's right on about the mistakes we've made in America regarding our use of cheap oil. In this program, Kunstler discusses the "Pickens Plan" to use wind energy and natural gas to reduce America's reliance on foreign oil. Other topics include Shai Agassi's Better Place plan to make electric cars viable. Kunstler also answers a listener's question about purchasing a new car.Listen to the podcast here:http://kunstlercast.com.
vet me , vet me...o-tay
T. Boone PickensA rent seeking hypocrite trying to line his pockets with subsidized windmills and promote his natural gas holdings that will be necessary for the auxiliary power needed to backup the windmills in calm weather.Maybe second only to the wizard of Omaha in running benevolent sounding scams.For starters we can open the wells already drilled but idle in places like the Santa Barbara Channel. Then drill more. Everywhere there's a reasonable prospect. The shortage is not of resources, but of will. It's been covered earlier by d r, but worth repeating. It will take decades to replace just the commuter fleet with electric buggies, and that's only part of the picture. What about us backward folks that refuse to move into your urban fairyland? I climb 3500 feet in 8 miles just to get between the post office and home, and it's a 100 mi round-trip to get to the doctor or Costco for my cigarettes and discounted likker.Show me an electric powered combine or 18-wheeler.I don't rule out developments like bio-diesel or that algae-to-oil process, but immediately we need to drill and install domestic refineries. You ought to take a drive in the country some time. It's refreshing.
Interesting take on The Pickens Plan:==T. Boone Pickens wants your waterBy Timothy P. CarneyExaminer Columnist | 8/21/08 7:10 PM Texas oil billionaire T. Boone Pickens is about to make a killing by selling water he doesn't own. As he does it, it will be praised as a planet-friendly wind project. After he pulls it off, the media will deride it as craven capitalism. In truth, it is one the most audacious examples of politics for profit, showing how big government helps the biggest business steal from the rest of us. The plotline behind Pickens' water-and-wind scheme is almost too rich to believe. If it were a movie script, reviewers would dismiss it as over-the-top.The basic story amounts to this: Pickens, thanks to favors from state lawmakers whose campaigns he funded, has created a new government whose only voters are two of his employers; this has empowered Pickens to more cheaply pump water from an aquifer and, by use of eminent domain, seize land across 11 counties in order to pipe the water to Dallas. To win environmentalist approval of this hardly "sustainable" practice, he has piggybacked this water project onto a windmill project pitched as an alternative to oil.Pickens' scheme is a perfect demonstration of why it's worth asking cui bono — who benefits — from regulatory and environmental initiatives. Last week, this column pointed out that Pickens, before his current lobbying blitz for increased federal support of wind power, built the largest wind farm in the world.I received dozens of responses from environmentalists and Pickens fans objecting to my implication that Pickens' profit from expanding wind subsidies ought to cast suspicion on his call for more wind subsidies. "Why should I care if someone's getting rich?" was the general gist, "windmills are good, and we need more of them."This objection is grounded in a good instinct: The profit motive, far from being evil, is the driving force behind most of our society's advances. But, especially when it comes to government plans involving your tax dollars, asking cui bono helps us unearth less desirable aspects of the scheme.Amid all the hype Pickens' windmill plan has gotten, the interesting part — the water part — has been mostly ignored, except for an excellent Business Week story by Susan Berfield and a column by Steve Milloy.Roberts County, Texas, sits atop the Ogallala Aquifer, a huge underground reservoir that stretches all the way to South Dakota. It's in Roberts County that T. Boone Pickens set aside eight acres from his ranch for drilling deep into the aquifer.Then he turned this parcel into a town, basically, with only two eligible voters — both of whom were his employees. (This required a change in Texas law in 2007 — a change facilitated no doubt by his $1.2 million in campaign contributions to Texas legislators in 2006).Then there was an election in this district, in which both voters voted to make this 8-acre municipality a special fresh-water district.Pickens' wholly owned government entity now can issue tax-free bonds (meaning he can borrow at a serious discount) and use the power of eminent domain to pressure landowners to sell — or to take their land if they hold out. The eminent domain power is key to building the pipeline that will run this water down to the Dallas area, where Pickens hopes to sell the water. If your land lies in the path of his proposed pipeline, you got a letter explaining that T. Boone wants to buy a stretch of your land — and explaining that he can use eminent domain if you resist. If this begins to sound too cutthroat to the public, Pickens just reminds journalists and politicians that following this water pipeline will be the transmission cables for Pickens' mammoth wind farm.Are you really going to side with some greedy holdout ranchers over the future of green power? Sure enough, the Sierra Club is now rallying behind this whole scheme.Nobody owns the aquifer — that would be too capitalist, of course — but in Texas, whoever has the water beneath his land can pump as much as he wants. The limits on this are usually pumping capacity (which requires money) and ability to sell it (which requires, among other things, pipelines). Pickens has cleared those hurdles, and now he can drain the aquifer faster than anyone ever before, future generations and other water users be damned.This is why, when presented with some big government program, it's worthwhile to ask who's getting rich — because you may find something interesting when you look below the surface.
everbo scared shitles o de tax mon musty, nobody got no balls indis cuntry, freyd be piked off 1 bye 1.
I forgot what part of CA you said you live, linear, mind telling us again?3500 in 8 miles is quite a slope!
You ought to take a drive in the country some time. It's refreshing.==So is riding a horse. And it dont need no asphalt roads either to get country cowboy into town for their Marlboro.
Linear, I think you may just have the best living conditions of any of us.
I'm about 7.5 miles south of and just a skosh east of the geographic center of California, if that helps.Cowboys.Cowboys and loggers. You got it, mat.But the loggers are nearly extinct. The cowboys all drive Ford F-250s with duallies. And smoke Marlboros. Carry rifles in their pickups.
That's a great article on the Pickens' Plan, Mat. Got a link?
You got it, mat.==Cowboy blogger :)
Happy to oblige.
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