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Saturday, October 25, 2008

Can McCain Do It? Can He Win?

It has heartened me over the past few days to hear (or read) a number of Republican (and conservative) friends and blog-readers report their “good feeling” about this election, with a number expressing optimism about the outcome. They think John McCain could win this.
I’d always thought the polls exaggerated Obama’s support, but the real question is by how much.
There have been some signs of movement toward the Republican in the campaign’s closing days, particularly in the “swing” states. I have long believed the undecideds would break for McCain (as does Dick Morris). Some may well not be true undecideds, but just voters unwilling to come out against the candidate the media prefers.
Recall that in the Democratic primaries this past spring, the undecideds broke, in some cases by pretty hefty margins, against Obama

Friday, October 24, 2008

The Obama's First State Dinner

President and First Lady Obama’s First State Dinner after Taking Office Was an Evening to Be Remembered
President Obama and First Lady Michelle held their First Official State Dinner this evening after weeks of preparations. A special mention must be given the President’s Honor Guard for the careful and efficient transference using much care of the Presidential china and silverware without incident from the State Dinning Room to the Moorish Style Tent located on the front lawn. Miraculously only one incident befell these fine young men when they were informed (resulting in extreme embarrassment) to remove and return the silverware as none would be used. Instead they were to locate and deliver water bowls in which finger tips could be washed after each course.
The gardeners worked feverishly ripping up all the shrubs and bushes while filling in the holes and shredded grass with sand which created a lovely ambiance of home for the most favored guest from the Middle East.
Guests arrived to live background music. Loud speakers blared with “Memories” performed by Barbara Streisand from her perch outside the White House Iron Gate. The diva was allowed to entertain but could not attend any of the festivities since she was Jewish. Barbara Walters and Steven Spielberg were content to keep her company since they were left out as well. Everyone in attendance including crowds from across the street agreed that this rendition of “Memories” was the best ever by Babs.
Alec Baldwin, Chris Matthews, Keith Obermann (MSNBC had the only American news personalities allowed in the vicinity.), Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Oprah, Whoopi, and Joy Bayher were lined up patiently waiting their turn to be interviewed by Al Jazera who had exclusive rights to the event.
The formal introduction of each guest to President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama was made by Vice-President Hillary Clinton.
The Five Honored International Guests arrived to the magnificent vocals of Mr. Stevie Wonder as he sang each country’s National Anthem while each guest was seated on their own imported Persian rug.
“Mr. Vladimir Putin…Russia,” (Stevie singing Russia’s National Anthem God Bring Back the Tsar.)
“Hugo Chavez…President Venezuela,” (Stevie singing Venezuela’s National Anthem Gloria al Bravo Pueblo.)
“Kim II-sung…President North Korea,” (Stevie singing North Korea’s National Anthem chium UN pinnara Kong an ungum e, Chowan do Kuduk on sanci Olli.)
“Fidel Castro’s Brother…Filling in as President of Cuba until Fidel dies,” (Stevie singing Cuba’s National Anthem El Himmo de Bay amo.)
“Mahmoud Ahmadinejad…President Iran,” (Stevie singing Iran’s National Anthem Soroud- e Mellie-e Jamhouri-e Eslami-e.)
After the introductions, welcoming speeches, and a prayer facing East… given by Reverend Wright a 13th century Islamic meal was served.
The Harvard Glee Club furnished a medley of Obama’s top ten hip hop and Hawaiian Island favorite songs. What a treat it was. The entire festivities were simu- cast to Obama’s 200,000 friends in Germany where they watched on twenty giant television screens cheering and singing “Hail to the Great One” along with the Harvard Glee Club.
As all the guests and attendees were leaving… “The Boss’s” (the talented Springsteen) new hit record ”Goodnight it is Midnight in the Oasis.” Played in the background, while Springsteen along side the two Barbara’s and Spielberg waved and cheered as the FIVE HONORED GUESTS PASSED BY.
An evening to be remembered as all the lights in the White House burned bright and shinny red forming a glow behind the tent as seen from Pennsylvania Avenue

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Spreading The Wealth Around.

Aw shucks give the poor guys sitting on the curb a few more of yours and my salary, they haven't had a beer all day! And after all you and I and our fanilies have more than enough, they all ate 3 time today. How much more do you need?Does anybody reall thing that because my Husband started out as a nobody and had almost nothing and he has worked his way up to get us a home and a good life style, that now he should have to "spread his wealth" because of lazy people in this country that would reather sit on their fat ass's and get hand-outs, from us and from you!!! Give me a break! That just ain't gonna happen Mr. Barack Hussein Obama. Not if I can help it!
I remember when liberal meant being generous with your own money if and when you wanted to.
Barack Obama's choice of Joe Biden as his running mate prompted a small wave of warnings about Biden's propensity for gaffes. But no one imagined even in a worse-case scenario such a spectacular bomb as telling donors Sunday to "gird your loins" because a young president Obama will be tested by an international crisis just like young President John Kennedy was.

Scary? You betcha! But somehow, not front-page news.
Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?
The most frustrating part of this is that McCain gets hammered for his judgement on picking SarahPalin for his Vice president but Barack Obama gets a Free pass for picking Joe Biden, a known gaffeateer, a real fool and a big idiot.
What's wrong with this picture?

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The Price For Speaking Out or So much for Free Speech

Yes, So much for Free Speech!
After Joe the Plumber voiced concern that Barack Obama’s tax policies would stifle the economy, he learned what Kathleen Willey learned during Bill Clinton’s reign in the 1990s: If you accuse a Democrat of wrongdoing or question their policies, you can count on your character being attacked in the mainstream media. You get your Tax Records made puplic, you may even face legal charges. Or your Cat may even wind-up dead...The Left is sponsoring a war on truth, and casualties in this war continue to be those brave enough to stand up against corruption and exercise the increasingly “fringe” right of freedom of speech.
I'm astounded that the left thinks they can get away with silencing at least 50% of the United States population. Seems to me they might want to wait a few decades until at least 75% of the population is leftist. Oh I forgot, in a few decades there won't be any leftists as they will have aborted the majority of their children and won't have a progeny to pass on their enlightened sensibilities.
Let us hope that Joe the Plumber keeps up the pressure. They have really pisseded off the wrong people this time .

Monday, October 20, 2008

Colin Powell’s reasons for endorsing Barack Obama

Let us assume that Gen. Powell’s decision has nothing to do with race, something that I don't believe. I have no respect for this guy. I think that he is an opportunist of the highest degree. Powell's remarks to support his endorsement of Obama are flimsy. To say it was not related to race is nieve.
It's all so very simple - blacks will always support the black candidate, unless the black candidate is a conservative, in which case he's an Uncle Tom. And I suspect that Powell has had his fill of being called an Uncle Tom, so he's supporting Obama as a way to reinstate his black credentials, even if it means defiling the honor of his uniform in the process by voting for the candidate of the anti-military party. Powell is a disgrace. And it's all down to race.
His big mistake was when he spoke of Sarah Palin, and said that she was unready to be president. Well, is OBAMA?
Next question.

Perhaps the good General is more black than he is a patriot.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Sarah Palin, Joe The Plumber, and the Real Middleclass

Joe the Plumber represents all of us. When Obama and Joe Biden made fun of him, he made fun of us all. How dare we have dreams! How dare we make over $250,000. How dare we...!
After all we are the "Little people" The Real Middleclass!
Keep up the good work Joe. It is unfortunate that a hard working American has to have his every move scrutinized because he asks a legitimate question. The idea that the common man cannot speak out unless his views have been preapproved by the liberal elite is not what this country stands for.
Stand up for what you believe Joe, the "real" people of this country are behind you 100%.

Obama's lead slips to 3 points

Obama's lead over Republican John McCain in the presidential race has dropped to 3 points, according to a Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll released on Sunday. Obama leads McCain by 48 to 45 percent among likely U.S. voters, down 1 percentage point from Saturday. The four-day tracking poll, which has a margin of error of 2.9 points.
Could Sarah, talk radio, and Joe the Plumber be successfully in dragging McCain across the finish line? Lets hope so.
I think that it's still a horse race despite the pitiful MSM doing everything they can to get this socialist elected ...........

Saturday, October 18, 2008

A Obama White House

This makes me think about how much Clinton 'lowered the bar' of decency, honor, and tolerance in his terms in office. Of course, all of the illegal and immoral goings on are usually accepted by the Left - if the abusers are Left. And, of course, we have the most Leftist media in the history of this country to help out our 'friends across the aisle'. Especially in getting the Socialist candidate, 0bama, elected with as little scrutiny as possible. But, Oh My Gosh, if Palin tries to fire someone for not disciplining some state cop for poor behavior and it's headlines for weeks. All lies, of course. Anyone that does not know how very important this election is and how much danger our country is in is simply not paying attention. I am amazed, daily, at the ignorance of 'intelligent people'. I tell people to search for ''Shadow Party'' ''George Soros'' on google to see the tip of the iceberg. The Left has labored long and hard. This is their time. We must be ready. If that sounds crazy then go back to sleep

Joe the Plumber, John McCain, and barack Obama

You may have noticed -- there was a lot of talk about Obama's tax increases and Joe the Plumber. Last weekend, Senator Obama showed up in Joe's driveway to ask for his vote, and Joe asked Obama a tough question. I'm glad he did; I think Senator Obama could use a few more tough questions. The response from Senator Obama and his campaign yesterday was to attack Joe
Can Joe Wurzelbacher, or as we know him, "Joe the Plumber" from Ohio, change the course of this campaign? Thats one question that was raised at the third presidential debate. Joe or Wurzelbacher is the man who confronts Barack Obama on his plan to raise taxes on people like him. Obama replies that he wants to spread the wealth around. In the third consecutive week in which the headlines of the financial crisis have prompted both candidates to denounce Wall Street greed, the image of those whom Obama would tax higher was suddenly not an investment banker but a plumber.
The conventional wisdom going into the final debate was that the financial meltdown has pretty much finished off John McCains campaign and has made an Obama victory inevitable. The polls -- not just the national tracking polls but those in critical states -- have supported this view unequivocally.
The Democratic Party entered this campaign year with impressive advantages that have been undercut by one surprising development after another -- the protracted and bitter contest for the Democratic nomination, the success of the surge strategy in Iraq, and the $4-a-gallon gasoline, the overgrandiosity of the Obama campaign.
Yet the narrow lead that John McCain had after the convention has vanished (if the tracking polls can be trusted and that's a BIG if!) precisely on the day that Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson observed a coagulation of credit that threatened to bring down the economy and, in response, advanced their financial bailout/rescue package.
In the days that followed, voters seemed to be unnerved by McCains impulsiveness and reassured by Obamas calmness. In bad times we alway seem to want to throw the candidate of the in party out and put the candidate of the out party in.
It is obvious that the economic platform of neither candidate was fashioned with anything in mind quite like the situation the nation now faces. Obamas camp of economists, if they knew that we would be facing a recession with the potential of ripening into something more dire, would hardly have recommended raising taxes, even on the evil rich like the deposed Lehman Brothers CEO (a Democratic contributor) or Joe the Plumber (more inclined to Republicans). Nor would they have advocated, absent the demands of the unions which do so much to finance and man Democratic campaigns, opposing the Colombia Free Trade Agreement or renegotiating NAFTA.
The fact is that neither Obama nor McCain knows precisely what he would do upon taking office Jan. 20, and voters may sense that it is naive to expect they should.
Democratic spin artists have dismissed McCains attacks on Obama as distractions amid a possible economic disaster, and I suspect they will be proved right. Yet it remains the case that about half the voters have doubts about Obama.
I salute Joe the Plumber, whether he is licensed or not. (It's like the Democrats never heard of such a thing.) I thank him for smoking out that comment of the Would-Be Socialist King. I had a horrible conversation with an acquaintance yesterday, whom I asked why she was supporting Obama. "I am a dyed-in-the-wool liberal," she said. "Are you a socialist?" I asked. This is a woman from a family of some (though I don't know how much) wealth, a graduate of Madeira and one of the Seven Sisters. All this tells me is that she has unresolved feelings of guilt about the privileges she has enjoyed. I said that it was fine with me if she wanted to "spread the wealth" (as her candidate suggests) with her own money, but she shouldn't presume to spread mine for me. I can and will do that in the way I choose
Only time will tell.

Friday, October 17, 2008

"A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul."

I've had a terrible sick feeling in the pit of my stomach for weeks now about all of this and I wake up at night with this on my mind. Anxiety and insomnia are my constant companions and I haven't been able to overcome them for all the reasons put forth in this article. I keep telling myself that maybe Obama and his minions aren't as awful as I think they are and that their policies and politics won't be as destructive as depicted in my nightmares, but that niggling worry and anxiety remain. I know a couple who moved to the U.S. recently from Venezuela to get away from the anarchy and the policies of Hugo Chavez...and I worry that we will soon be living the Venezuelan experience, but we will have no place else to go. Vote, folks, as if your very way of life depends on it, because it does

Poor Joe the Plumber

It seems evident that the McCain campaign is going to go all Joe the Plumber, all the time. These insta-celebrities can get a very rough ride, especially if McCain’s use of him is effective. Liberal web sites will go for his jugular, and as we’ve seen with some monstrous bloggers and their willingness to say just about anything about Sarah Palin’s baby, Joe the Plumber may not have a prayer of surviving the next 20 days.
I would bet anything that he will be the laughing stock of Saturday night live this week. Poor Joe the Plumber

Why I am voting for the John Mccain ~Sarah Palin ticket.

I fail to see why 90% of black people vote for democrats when the dems have been using everything in their power to keep the poor in the ghetto.
They lie to the black community, and tell them the "rich white man" is their cruch in life. They help the fires of hate burn a little bit deeper and touch that core of history, keeping it alive, and then they capture those votes.
They lie to the black community, and tell them the "rich white man" is their cruch in life. They help the fires of hate burn a little bit deeper and touch that core of history, keeping it alive, and then they capture those votes.


Today I visited Hawaii, Second Life Hawaii. Hawaii was such a beautiful place. The things which attracted me the most was the varieties of flowers at the Hawaii Island. There were beautiful flowers such as Hibiscus, Anthurium, Lilies and even orchids of many varieties! The flowers and plants came in all sorts of species and colours. The scenery was breath-taking. I was captivated by the beauty of nature at this Hawaii Island.
Walking around Hawaii Island, I felt myself back to nature. I saw spaces for rental and even Hawaii homes for sale. What a beautiful place to live here. Staying at the beautiful apartment, one can enjoy the nature’s scenery — dolphin jumping, beach view, relaxation at the beach and coral reef exploration at the sea.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Why Barack Obama will be bad for America

Obama could have the best interests of the country at heart( though I doubt that ), but my single concern is his lack of any military experience and no Foreign Affairs knowledge.We are facing a crossroads where confrontation is a certainty, if not now in a few years.People do not understand that we are being engulfed and surrounded by countries who want nothing more than to see us humbled if not destroyed.We are NOT the dominant bad boys in town anymore. China, Russia, Iran, N. Korea, Venezuela/Brazil and middle east and soon, India. NATO is impotent and the U.N. has NO love for us. And even the EU is making itself known as anti-U.S..Obama would be seen as weak, inexperienced and WILL be tested, provoked, challenged and threatened..............not knowing what he would do, is to me, dangerous.

He will be taking the Middle class's paychecks and retirement and give it to the poor and illegal immigrants so they can live just as good as the middle class without contributing a dime or 1 hour worth's of honest work to the US economy.

We have always regarded him as a harmless liberal socialist, but he is far more treacherous than that. he is actually "anti-reality" . Instead of taking responsibility for his own life, behavior and actions,he blames everyone who has undersood and exposed him for what he is.

YES, he is bad for America. His decisions could very well be extremely biased for their country, not ours. And that's what I think and feel in my heart.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Thank God Someone Is Listening

Sarah Palin kept up the Republican ticket's attack on a community activist group that registers voters and cited an Ohio plumber's encounter with Democrat Barack Obama as indicative of his tax policies. Campaigning in one of the swing state's conservative strongholds, Palin said Obama hasn't been forthcoming about his ties to ACORN, the Association of Community Activists for Reform Now.
Pay careful attention to how Lefties slice a sentence. ''They are not an agent of this campaign'' is nowhere near the same as ''We have absolutely no connections, ties, or relationships with anyone in their organization. It's like Obie claiming his campaign ''was not launched in Bill Ayers' Living Room'' (thus excluding other places such as the den, the office, the kitchen or the veranda).
Keep it up Sarah!