Archive for January, 2010

Give me Liberty?

Give me Liberty or give me….

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a Nation Afraid to Let Its People

… judge the truth and falsehood in an open market…

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Culture Crisis

While glancing over her patient chart, I happened to notice that her payer status was listed as “Medicaid”! During my examination of her, the patient informed me that she smokes more than one costly pack of cigarettes every day and somehow still has money to buy pretzels and beer.

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the Fighter and his Shadow

Obama the Fighter with his Shadow

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Miss Me Yet?

  • Called a terrorist a terrorist, not a student
  • Didn’t blame Clinton
  • Didn’t add government workers and call it job creation
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    Battle for US – a flip for the House from Hawaii

    -by Linda Butts

    If they had been paying attention, the party of hope and change would have seen how miserably they were failing the people they were forgetting to hear, the people whose voice they were forgetting to present while assembled in Congress. That true blue state was blue from asphyxiation: blue, the color of the Democratic Party.

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    Crocodiles and Alligators on Brown’s winall

    -by Linda Butts

    What I like best about the whole thing is that it’s Teddy’s seat with Teddy’s health reform passion in Teddy’s senate with Teddy’s boughten democratic insanity in a CHANGE we, US, don’t want, don’t need, can’t afford and despise, that may, finally, allow Mary Jo Kopenich to RIP as the rest of US breathe a sigh of relief from the insanity installed in Washington a year ago.

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    House Democrats reluctant to take up Senate health-care reform bill

    Pelosi spent the day huddled in her Capitol office with various Democratic factions. Senior aides said she has yet to identify the 218 votes needed to push the Senate bill through her chamber, nor is she convinced that the bill is politically sound. – –
    Tuesday’s election also deepened the uncertainty surrounding another top administration goal: overhauling the nation’s financial regulatory system. A version of the legislation passed the House last month, but it has met stiff resistance from Republicans on the Senate banking committee, primarily over the creation of a Consumer Financial Protection Agency.

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    Hey Obama, Who’s Freddy?

    Still “too young to know that I needed a race,” as he describes himself in Dreams, Obama was sent back from Indonesia in 1969 or ‘70. Gramps Stanley Dunham began a bizarre project which involved introducing Obama to Frank Marshall Davis and making secret visits to Chinatown’s disreputable Smith Street bars — located one block away from Oka’s Corner Liquor Store. Obama describes the “excitement” of these visits…

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    2009 Jihad Watch Award Winners

    One of the world’s premier anti-jihad cartoonists, David Washburn, graced JihadWatch.org with a Special toon of the 2009 Jihad Watch Award winners:

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