Marco Rubio was backed by the conservative tea party movement in 2010 against an establishment republican, recently turned democrat, Charlie Crist. Now Rubio has sided with the Washington establishment to push Amnesty 2.0 a.k.a. Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Rubio was sent to Washington to help in the restoration of America--not to become part of the problem. When a Rubio 2016 pusher tells you "but it's not amnesty" doesn't that sound awfully reminiscent of the Romney 2012 pushers who said "Romney care isn't Obama care?" Obama may hold off on the amnesty push to use it to win back the House in 2014. A familiar talk radio caller personifies the low information republican voters.
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Sarah Palin leaves Fox News and media liberals and moderate republicans rejoice. With knee-jerk hatred they say “she’s done, dead, over.” How many times have Palin supporters heard this song? I review some distorted reports about Palin’s so called demise. Hey haters, did you hear Sloppy Joe McGinniss the lying plagiarist has terminal cancer? Yeah, karma’s a ____. If the media types want to see something truly “dead, done, over or irrelevant” they should look in a mirror. Does Palin’s decline to continue her contract with Fox News point to 2016? To Palin haters in the media and blogosphere: please keep declaring her “over, dead, done and irrelevant.” Palin has a tendency in succeeding in things when people tell that she can’t or shouldn’t. She has a track record of proving those people wrong.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Sometimes there are stinkers over at The American Thinker. This is my response to the James Arlandson article "You Might Be a Hyper Conservative If..." posted at the American Thinker blog on 1/19/13. Also check out the response by Mark America "The Rise of the Mini Dems here.
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
I first came across this post at the site I Own theWorld. It didn’t really have a description to it and since it is essentially a pro 2nd amendment/right to self defense ad produced by MTV, bells started to go off.
Why would MTV produce a pro 2nd amendment ad where the government takes average citizens from their homes by arms? Don’t think it’s pro 2nd amendment? What else would stop armed men from the government who are storming your house and herd you and your family out like sheep to slaughter? Of course, the end slogan to the message is a very innocuous word: “think.” Well, the only thing I would “think” about doing after seeing an ad like that is to go out the next day and shop for a gun.
Wait, I thought...did MTV all of a sudden drop the hope and change progressivism they fell for in 2008? No. This MTV ad is, of course, from 2007 or 2008. You know, during the Bush years and with the threat of possibly another republican president being elected for another four more years. During our current 2nd amendment skirmishes in this country that are going on today, pro 2nd amendment conservatives, independents and constitutionalists of all stripes--don't be fooled by the rhetoric. Progressive liberals in this country are no strangers to using fear to push their agenda against their enemies.
Enemies = you, me, we.
While progressive liberal democrats stand bold with their chests thumping to “control” guns in America today, please know that they’re only doing so because they have a Democrat in the White House and also control the Senate. If the shoe were on the other foot, these frauds and hucksters would not be looking to even entertain such a debate on guns, no matter how many people killed in a shooting.
No...they may need to have their gun rights. After all, someday the right wingers will take over government— and the progressives will need their guns to start the revolution! Hey, I didn’t say it. Just check out James O’Keefe’s latest expose on the LowHud Journal snooze-paper and his hidden camera interview with Bob Braun, propagandist at the NJ Star Ledger. What I just described is exactly what Braun’s progressive, left wing friend told him. It’s how they think folks. It ain’t right….but it’s how they think.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
The time to protest the media and boycott Hollywood is extremely nigh. In December, MRC head Brent Bozell went on Hannity and called for a march on the liberal media. I couldn't agree more. Starve the beast! It's high time conservatives and freedom loving independents begin boycotting the sewer pipe known as Hollywood. Tell a liberal celebrity how much you hate them. Hollywood uses a really bad made for TV movie to bash Sarah Palin and conservative America at the Golden Globes. In 2000, Hollywood celebrated the life of Eric Brockovich. In 2013 they bash Sarah Palin at the Golden Globes. Fact of the matter is, Sarah Palin has more in common w/ Erin Brockovich than any dip shit Hollywood actress. A protest on the media will be a protest on Obama as well. While Obama, DNC, communist front groups are the head of the snake, the liberal media is the snakes fangs.
Thursday, January 10, 2013
GOP establishment RINOs still haven't learned. They stick the middle finger up at conservatives once again and tout their think tanks that will embrace Democrats and shun conservatives. The fraud Glenn Beck announces that he has reinvented himself and his network once again. Do you still listen, watch, follow & support this fraud still? If so why? Do not forget Glenn Beck has a wrap sheet against good conservatives in the movement. My encounter with a pedophile apologist on twitter.
Friday, January 4, 2013
The Hurricane Sandy Aid Bill for victims of that October 2012 super storm personifies what's wrong with big government—state, local, federal all the way up the food chain to one Barack Hussein Obama. The original bill failed to pass because it was loaded with unnecessary pork projects that were unrelated to Tri State NY Sandy victims. That didn't stop dopey politicians like Peter King, Chris Christie & Kirsten Gillibrand from displaying the usual political demagoguery on the issue. I'm glad the $60 BIL bill was shot down. The politics surrounding the Hurricane Sandy aid package proves that America has a spending problem --not a revenue problem-- that needs to be addressed. Also, now may not be the time for average hard working conservatives to become disillusioned and disengaged.