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Posts Tagged ‘nobama’

An Obama Presidency in Eight Minutes

Posted by Sandra on November 1, 2008

Oh, I like this one.  😀


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One of the most powerful videos I’ve seen yet…

Posted by Sandra on October 31, 2008

WARNING: DON’T WATCH THIS AT WORK!  Watch the whole thing, it gets better.  There’s lots of foul language, so if you’re offended, don’t even start.  But man, this is powerful.

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Posted by Sandra on October 30, 2008

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OBAMA’s TAX PLAN – Penn & Teller and gang return to comment on Barack Obama’s socialist plans…

Posted by Sandra on October 29, 2008

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Whoops.. gotta do politics again…

Posted by Sandra on October 27, 2008

I’m speechless, personally, that anyone in their right mind thinks this man is the one to run our country – and I don’t mean into the ground:

If this man fools enough people to win this election, you better start hiding your cash in mattresses and taking inventory of your material possessions.

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To vote, or not to vote.

Posted by Sandra on October 23, 2008

That is the question.  No – I don’t mean not to vote at all, I mean to vote on the actual Election Day.

I got my forms in the mail to vote via paper ballot and mail it in.

Something seems really anticlimactic about it all though.

I mean, since I was 18, I have voted in every election.  There’s just some, well, feeling, about being involved in the process, being there on that hectic day, waiting in line, and walking into that little private booth.  The right that I am given as an American, to make the choice that could change the course of our country. 

Sticking an envelope in the mailbox just doesn’t have the same effect.

However, should I choose to go to the polls in November, I will be bringing two little girls, one permanently attached to my hip and the other tugging on my shirt, clinging tightly to my leg.  I will have to wait in a line that could last hours (okay, Ohio has some issues here… maybe they’ll have them fixed but I’m not holding my breath)… with a bunch of grumpy people who probably wished they’d mailed in their ballots.

Sigh.  That feeling.  I don’t think I can miss that indescribable feeling.   I think will have to toss this ballot, shredded, into the trash and brave weather, friend, and foe to get to the polls.

I hope every educated voter joins me.

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Curiouser and curiouser…

Posted by Sandra on October 22, 2008

Some highlights:

  • Obama won’t release the names of these donors
  • A Newsmax canvass of disclosed Obama campaign donors shows worrisome anomalies, including outright violations of federal election laws
  • more than 37,000 Obama donations appear to be conversions of foreign currency
  • more than 2,000 donors who had contributed in excess of the $4,600 limit for individuals per election cycle
  • The first thing it suggests is foreign currency transactions — contributions from foreign donors, which is clearly illegal
  • the campaign has never produced any accounting for proceeds from its online store, which virtually shut down several weeks ago after Newsmax and news organizations revealed that Palestinians from the Gaza Strip and other foreigners had made large purchases there
  • Their responses to FEC inquiries have often been inadequate and late
  • Obama is financing his presidential campaign with anywhere from $13 million to a whopping $63 million from overseas credit cards or foreign currency purchases


This man is NOT suited to run our country.  Unless we want it run into the ground.

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We have experience…and Barack Obama has a speech he gave.

Posted by Sandra on October 22, 2008

Title courtesy of Hillary – and how she thought of this guy before he beat her… and she flipped to be a “fan”.  This is the man so many Kool-aid drinking Americans think can handle a crisis.

I hope he doesn’t think he can vote “present” when the time comes.  Or maybe he thinks tea and cookies and a good conversation will solve the world’s problems.  When he cuts the military budget down to three guns, two kevlars, one uniform, and one tank with no gas, we’ll see how he can handle a crisis.

The comments on this article are encouraging – maybe people are getting smarter and opening their eyes… and will vote for the right candidate this year.

God help us all if they don’t.  God help us all.

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Obama’s injustices against the most vulnerable human beings…

Posted by Sandra on October 20, 2008

…this barely scratches the surface of Obama’s extremism. He has promised that “the first thing I’d do as President is sign the Freedom of Choice Act” (known as FOCA). This proposed legislation would create a federally guaranteed “fundamental right” to abortion through all nine months of pregnancy, including, as Cardinal Justin Rigali of Philadelphia has noted in a statement condemning the proposed Act, “a right to abort a fully developed child in the final weeks for undefined ‘health’ reasons.” In essence, FOCA would abolish virtually every existing state and federal limitation on abortion, including parental consent and notification laws for minors, state and federal funding restrictions on abortion, and conscience protections for pro-life citizens working in the health-care industry-protections against being forced to participate in the practice of abortion or else lose their jobs. The pro-abortion National Organization for Women has proclaimed with approval that FOCA would “sweep away hundreds of anti-abortion laws [and] policies.”

It gets worse. Obama, unlike even many “pro-choice” legislators, opposed the ban on partial-birth abortions when he served in the Illinois legislature and condemned the Supreme Court decision that upheld legislation banning this heinous practice. He has referred to a baby conceived inadvertently by a young woman as a “punishment” that she should not endure. He has stated that women’s equality requires access to abortion on demand. Appallingly, he wishes to strip federal funding from pro-life crisis pregnancy centers that provide alternatives to abortion for pregnant women in need. There is certainly nothing “pro-choice” about that.

But it gets even worse….  read the whole article here.

In an act of breathtaking injustice which the Obama campaign lied about until critics produced documentary proof of what he had done, as an Illinois state senator Obama opposed legislation to protect children who are born alive, either as a result of an abortionist’s unsuccessful effort to kill them in the womb, or by the deliberate delivery of the baby prior to viability.

He has co-sponsored a bill-strongly opposed by McCain-that would authorize the large-scale industrial production of human embryos for use in biomedical research in which they would be killed.


He’s a sick, sick little man.

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A Question of Barack Obama’s Character

Posted by Sandra on October 17, 2008

….Why are these associations important? Do I think Obama is as corrupt as Rezko? Or shares Wright’s angry racism or Ayers’ unreconstructed 1960s radicalism?

No. But that does not make these associations irrelevant. They tell us two important things about Obama.

First, his cynicism and ruthlessness. He found these men useful, and use them he did. Would you attend a church whose pastor was spreading racial animosity from the pulpit? Would you even shake hands with — let alone serve on two boards with — an unrepentant terrorist, whether he bombed U.S. military installations or abortion clinics?

Most Americans would not, on the grounds of sheer indecency. Yet Obama did, if not out of conviction then out of expediency. He was a young man on the make, an unknown outsider working his way into Chicago politics. He played the game with everyone, without qualms and with obvious success.

Obama is not the first politician to rise through a corrupt political machine. But he is one of the rare few to then have the audacity to present himself as a transcendent healer, hovering above and bringing redemption to the “old politics” — of the kind he had enthusiastically embraced in Chicago in the service of his own ambition.

Second, and even more disturbing than the cynicism, is the window these associations give on Obama’s core beliefs. He doesn’t share Rev. Wright’s poisonous views of race nor Ayers’ views, past and present, about the evil that is American society. But Obama clearly did not consider these views beyond the pale. For many years he swam easily and without protest in that fetid pond.

Until now. Today, on the threshold of the presidency, Obama concedes the odiousness of these associations, which is why he has severed them. But for the years in which he sat in Wright’s pews and shared common purpose on boards with Ayers, Obama considered them a legitimate, indeed unremarkable, part of social discourse.

Do you? Obama is a man of first-class intellect and first-class temperament. But his character remains highly suspect. There is a difference between temperament and character. Equanimity is a virtue. Tolerance of the obscene is not.

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May these United States continue to be the land of the free and the home of the brave

Posted by Sandra on October 16, 2008

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I’m really scared.

Posted by Sandra on October 12, 2008

I was thinking about this last night laying in bed, trying to fall asleep.  For the first time, in my 40+ years, 22+ as a voting adult, I am truly scared.   Petrified, even.

This election is so different from any other that I’ve participated in.  Don’t get me wrong, I know the actual power the President has, and all the promises a candidate makes won’t happen without Congress and others backing them, and all that yada yada stuff.  But over the past couple of decades, there really hasn’t been a candidate that I’ve prayed, literally every night, would just Go Away.  I’m a Conservative Republican, proud of it, but I don’t vote that way just because… I choose the best candidate, and coincidentally I’ve always voted the Republican ticket.  The Democrats over the past 20 years have been jokes.  But this year, moreso than any other time in American history.  Although “joke” may be too mild of a word in this case.

I wasn’t frightened when Clinton got elected, for example.  I figured he couldn’t destroy the country too bad.  But had I known that ticket was going to give Gore his endless 15 minutes of fame with his fictional rants, maybe I would’ve been more nervous about it.  Hindsight.  It is what it is.

I’m scared.  I’m scared for me, for my family, for YOUR family, for the country, if Obama actually fools the American people enough that he wins the election.  I can’t even begin to fathom why someone could possibly support this monster after the facts have come out.  After knowing what he represents, supports, believes in.  It’s so beyond my scope of rational reasoning how someone can look at the sky and say it’s green – which is exactly the mentality it takes to think Obama is the right man, an ethical man, an intelligent man, a man capable of running our country to the standards we deserve. 

I’m not kidding, not by a longshot.  I have thought about this.  I have truly lost sleep over this.  I’m scared.  To the core.  I’m not a fool – I know McCain’s halo is a little tarnished too – EVERYONE’S is to some degree – but the list of accomplishments, experience, and reasons to vote for him far surpass any other candidate in recent history.  This is a Fact.  The man is a real HERO.   Do people not even know what that means anymore?   I don’t care what the mainstream media wants to say, they can’t deny that.  Very few of us can claim to have sacrificed for the country we love as much as he has.  He doesn’t have terrorist affiliations, didn’t give tens of thousands of dollars a year to a man that hates white people, that hates America.  Hasn’t lied extensively about associations with criminals and scumbags.  Hasn’t supported groups that have driven this country to shambles.  He has the experience, intelligence, morality, ethics, and honor we need to get this country back on it’s feet.  Period.  And I’m sorry, people, but his choice of running mate is absolutely brilliant.  I’m a bit of a sexist at heart, I must confess I sometimes have issues with women in power, but this woman is an exception.  ‘Nuf said.

I’m scared.  Jesus Christ, people, what are you THINKING to have even one iota of support for that candidate, Obama?  Are you blind?  Deaf?  Do you just turn off the TV (oh wait, everything you hear in the liberal media says he’s a saint, I forget this).  Do you just turn your cheek when you hear the facts about this idiot?????   Or do you vote Democrat just because that’s what you’re registered as?  Do you base your choices for President off of political commercials?  Is that it?  At 8:13 p.m. a commercial came on that you thought was Like Way Cool, so Obama must be the choice?  Do you just read your city (liberal) newspaper and do what they say?  Are you on some bandwagon that you’re embarrassed to get off of for some reason?  Please – it’s okay – jump now.  We’ll catch you. I get flustered, completely frustrated, trying to fathom what one could be picturing our future as with that man in power. 

You know what… if it makes you feel better, you can continue to appear like you’re supporting that schmuck, all the way up until you go behind those curtains… just click the right button.  Hell, you can even lie about that too, I don’t care.  Just click the RIGHT button.

If he can fool the American public like it appears he’s capable of, he’s gonna be able to fool our Congressmen and Senators into thinking his vile spewage is good for the country too.  And that’s what’s gonna count.  Believe you me.

I read once that someone thought he was the Anti-Christ.  Although admittedly that’s quite a stretch, I have read “Left Behind”, and I can see where they got the similarities from.  This man is a conman.  Plain and simple, no doubt about it.  I hope that people see that before they push those all-important buttons in less than a month.  But I’m petrified – really really petrified – that they won’t, and the damage that could be done to this country could take decades to undo.  Decades.

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Ah Stephen, I have to piggyback you again.

Posted by Sandra on October 9, 2008

If you feel that weight, its me… yet again copying from your blog.  I truly do have a mind of my own, but sometimes you post something that I *HAVE* to spread to my tens of readers… and boyohboy does this one warrant some piggybacking:


Some of my favorite quotes from him:

Abortion isn’t a racial issue.  Taxes aren’t a racial issue.

The price that John McCain paid for this country?  You couldn’t even pay the taxes on.

(Librals want to) kill the innocent child in the womb but save the guilty murderer…

(Librals) attack us (Conservatives) with no class.

And best of all:  “Vote for the McCain/Palin Ticket!!!”


Yet again another fabulous post from this great blogger, America Needs Me.

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Another reason why your McCain/Palin vote counts so much…

Posted by Sandra on October 3, 2008

From one of the greatest bloggers ever:

OK, after attempts one and two were pulled from YouTube by Warner Music Group because it made every politician they give money to look bad, the makers of the “Burning Down The House” video finally got it back up with some royalty-free songs.

This one is even better, sort of a director’s cut, replete with bonus footage showing why Time Warner/Warner Music were really being douchebags. It connects the dots in a fashion so simple that it might even get through to an entranced Obamabot.

Now all the Right needs is a team of geeks who can hijack that big screen in Times Square and play this.

Just putting that out there…

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So proud to be a Republican!

Posted by Sandra on September 5, 2008

This quote, quite frankly, gave me chills:


Sarah Palin, at the GOP on Wednesday:

And though both Senator Obama and Senator Biden have been going on lately about how they are always, quote, “fighting for you,” let us face the matter squarely.

There is only one man in this election who has ever really fought for you…


Makes me proud to be an American, even more proud to be a Republican.


Huckabee gets an honorable mention from me:

“Barack Obama’s excellent adventure to Europe took his campaign for change to hundreds of thousands of people who don’t even vote or pay taxes here.”

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Oprah, Obama, Terrorists, and Epidurals

Posted by Sandra on September 4, 2008

Wow… I just came across this and I’m stunned.  This is scary information!  I didn’t write it, I cut and pasted it… very interesting.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

120 Babies and 120 Hostages: Their common link is Fentanyl

I cannot for the life of me, figure out how anyone today believes that epidural is safe for the mother and baby. I don’t think a woman has the right to chose it for no damn good reason. I say that freely after making that choice myself. My fourth child was born in 1994 under the influence of epidural. I didn’t have the luxury of the internet to research this; I just believed her father, a medical student, that it was safe. Nearly ten years later I found enormous information on the web about the dangers of epidural.

Since 1990 epidural anesthesia use has become widespread and promoted as safe. Women WANT to believe this, so much so, it is considered “natural birth” because now the definition of “natural” is vaginal. Women will resist sharing with other women that they are not going to use epidural because of the shock and pressure from other women. “Why would you want to go through all of that pain?”

One of the considerations of doing birth at home is to not have a medical person constantly badgering her to use epidural. What has happened to these medical people? Educated, caring, compassionate people who are supposed to protect our health and our baby’s health.

Since the prolific research of the late 80’s and early 90’s clearly indicating the dangers of epidural anestheia (namely bipuvicaine) to both mother and baby, Fentanyl, another unresearched and dangerous drug has been added to the cocktail. Fentanyl is a synethetic opiod being considered as a weapon to use in Iraq and has been added to the epidural mix to counter affect the complications of bipuvicaine. Research on birthing babies determined the “appropriate” dosage. Fentanyl is responsible for the deaths of hostages in 2002 in Moscow and is dangerous for children. In the US the same drug could be used on our sweet, precious babies AND terrorists.

Reports yesterday from Moscow about the gray gas that was pumped into the Moscow theater bear out the assertions of American medical experts that Fentanyl is dangerous to children under 12. Survivors and relatives of victims said that at least 10 of the dead were children.

U.S. Suspects Opiate in Gas Used in Theater
By JUDITH MILLER and WILLIAM J. BROAD© New York Times, October 29, 2002

So, Fentanyl is the drug that the obstetric whizs decided was good to counter-act the detrimental and dangerous complications of bipuvicaine in epidural anesthesia. Where are the ethics committee who consider the rights of the birthing baby? What is going on that women who will use no drugs whatsoever during pregnancy will, without question, denying the long term impact on their baby, will demand their right to take Fentanyl during birth. And, some will allow their baby to be treated with less ethical care and consideration than a lab rat.

In this study by addition of fentanyl we tried to minimize the dose of bupivacaine, thereby reducing the side effects caused by higher doses of intrathecal bupivacaine in cesarean section.

Study was performed on 120 cesarean section parturients divided into six groups, identified as B8, B10 and B 12.5 8.10 and 12.5 mg of bupivacaine mg and FB8, FB10 and FB 12.5 received a combination of 12.5 μg intrathecal fentanyl respectively.

Women trust the medical profession. They would never allow harm to their baby if they were truly informed of the full risk; if they were informed that these drugs were never shown to be safe for their baby — in any dose. Neither of these drugs were ever tested for safety for the birthing baby and certainly no research is being done to show the long-term impact to the human being.

The 120 babies in this particular study were not able to chose or be informed about their participation in this study. This is characteristic of all research done on laboring and birthing babies. It is a travesty that “ETHICS” committees and society do not regard the human baby in their research … research that happens AFTER the use of technology and substance, not before using on babies. And, then to deny the need for research to see what the long-term impact is.

Fentanyl is considered a potential chemical weapon and has been studied for use on terrorists.

And on February 5th, US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld went a big step further. Rumsfeld, himself a former pharmaceutical industry CEO (1), announced that the US is making plans for the use of such incapacitating biochemical weapons in an invasion of Iraq (see News Release, 7 February 2003).

The Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD) and the US Army’s Soldier Biological Chemical Command (SBCCOM) are leading the research. Of interest to the military are drugs that target the brain’s regulation of many aspects of cognition, such as sense of pain, consciousness, and emotions like anxiety and fear. JNLWD is preparing a database of pharmaceutical weapons candidates, many of them off-the-shelf products, and indexing them by manufacturer. It will choose drugs from this database for further work and, according to Rumsfeld, if President Bush signs a waiver of existing US policy, they can be used in Iraq. Delivery devices already exist or are in advanced development. These include munitions for an unmanned aerial vehicle or loitering missile, and a new 81mm (bio)chemical mortar round.

Many of the Pentagon’s so-called “nonlethal” (bio)chemical weapons candidates are pharmaceuticals. Different names are used for these weapons (“calmatives”, “disabling chemicals”, “nonlethal chemicals”, etc.). Used as weapons, all minimally aim to incapacitate their victims. They belong to the same broad category of agents as the incapacitating chemical that killed more than 120 hostages in the Moscow theater. That agent was reported to be based on fentanyl, an opiate that is also among the weapons being assessed by JNLWD.

In the US, pharmaceutical fentanyl is sold by Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceutica. Remifentanil, a closely related drug, is a GlaxoSmithKline product.

WHO is allowing the field obstetrics to go unsupervised? WHO is allowing the same drug to used on terrorists to be used on our birthing babies?? The FDA has approved this? Or, any drug is ok as long as an OB want to use it?

I don’t know who wrote the following, but I did find some references that are listed at the end.

Russia’s top health official Yuri Shevchenko reported that the gas used in the storming of a Moscow theater held by Chechen gunmen was based on fentanyl, a fast-acting opiate with medical applications. Shevchenko said the deaths were caused by the use of the chemical compound on people who had been starved of oxygen, were dehydrated, hungry, unable to move adequately and under severe psychological stress.

Injected, skin-patch and oral doses of fentanyl sold in the United States carry warnings that the anesthetic can be fatal if administered in too high a dose and that doses must be customized, taking into account the patients’ size and any previous exposure to similar drugs.

Fentanyl was among drugs that Pennsylvania State University researchers suggested two years ago that the U.S. military explore as weapons to subdue angry mobs. The Pentagon has put such research on hold, however, because of worries that it would violate the international ban on chemical weapons.Fentanyl is one of the drugs used in epidural anesthesia for childbirth (“hungry, unable to move adequately, under severe psychological stress” sounds familiar). It certainly has worked wonders on the women of this culture as a chemical weapon in the war against spontaneous, unimpeded, empowered birthing.

Oprah says we should be uprising over the dismal state of our education system. We are 25th in the world science and math. Oprah also still promotes epidural anesthesia and drugs in birth — she does so as most women do, laughing and saying it is the only way to give birth. No regard for the human baby. Oprah gave birth at age fourteen, reportedly she was pregnant by rape. No amount of drugs will help a woman give birth in that circumstance. Her experience is not the correct measurement of what is scientifically wrong for babies. She does not even crack her psyche an fraction to allow the possibility that our failing schools … failing children … struggling children are the consequence of the rising use of induction of babies and the use of narcotics, opiods for the birthing brain. As the incidence of drugs in birth and cesarean birth rise at an alarmingly similar rate as the failure of our children in school, we need to rise up and say no more.

Based on what we know, the routine epidural anesthesia during labor is not the right of a woman over than of a baby. I don’t care what Obama says.

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Beautiful Article – Where’s NOW Now??

Posted by Sandra on September 3, 2008

There has been a lot of talk during this campaign about percentages. In his acceptance speech the other night, Barack Obama got big applause when he said that John McCain had voted with President Bush 90 percent of the time and that he didn’t want to gamble on a 10 percent chance for change.

What Obama didn’t tell you is that he has voted 95 percent of the time with liberal Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. That would be the same Harry Reid, who along with uberliberal House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, head up a Democratic-led Congress with a sensational 9 percent job approval rating. Obama is part of that liberal Congressional leadership of which 91 percent of the American people disapprove. Obama votes with them 95 percent of the time.

I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to gamble on just a 5 percent chance on change from that.

And then there is McCain’s new running mate, the Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin. The fact that Democrats are jumping all over her (albeit haltingly because they aren’t sure exactly HOW to attack her), tells you how worried they are. She’s a tax-cutting, pro-drilling, environmentalist, gun-toting, ice-fishing, hockey-playing, pro-life mom of five, with a son about to be deployed to Iraq. She’s one incredibly relatable person. Cool, too.

The Democrats and their fellow travelers in the media have tried to attack her for being “inexperienced.” I certainly hope they continue down that path, considering the guy at the TOP of their ticket was approving dog license fees in Chicago 3 years ago.

Her response to criticism that she lacks foreign policy experience should go like this: “I intend to surround myself with the best and the brightest, the sharpest minds, and finest advisers, and I intend to listen to all — including dissenting — viewpoints.” That ought to shut ’em up. After all, it’s worked for Obama.

And I also hope they continue to criticize her mothering skills (“will she be able to raise a Down syndrome baby AND be vice president?”), her hair, her fashion choices (loved the ginormous flag pin she wore at her VP debut — take THAT, Barack!), and her ability to lead (the silence from the feminist groups is deafening — Where’s NOW now?!). If they continue down this road, they will only further irritate those disaffected women still irritated Hillary isn’t on the other ticket.

Speaking of Hillary, watch her closely over the next few weeks. She will say and do all of the right things in support of Obama, of course, but she also won’t be able to hold her tongue if sexist criticisms of Palin grow louder. She will point out the sexism as something she suffered herself, and thereby forge something of a sisterhood bond with Palin — and with a lot of other women across the country. It’ll be Hillary’s way of helping the McCain-Palin ticket — and her own cause.

A final thought on the Palin choice: for any undecided, moderate, or Independent voter who felt the pull of Obama because of the historic nature of his ascent, you now have another place to go. Palin’s placement on the Republican ticket allows you to vote for another historic run. It allows you to vote for McCain without feeling guilty about dissing “a first.” Now you don’t have to choose between “tastes great, less filling;” You can have both with McCain-Palin. 

In a campaign of dueling percentages, Sarah Palin has one that Obama, Pelosi, Reid, even President Bush would walk over their grandmothers for: as governor, her job approval stands at 80 percent. Even apple pie doesn’t have 80 percent approval.

She is McCain’s secret weapon: solidly conservative, living family values, attractive, warm, and — what do you know? — NORMAL.

She’s also stealth: underestimated, under the radar, dismissed. And therein lies her power.

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I can’t believe anyone could really vote for this schmuck…

Posted by Sandra on September 2, 2008


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Possibly my new very favorite website. Ever.

Posted by Sandra on August 30, 2008

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Glenn Beck – Current Events & Politics – Picture of the Day – August 22, 2008

Posted by Sandra on August 26, 2008

Picture of the Day – August 22, 2008

August 22, 2008 – 2:14 ET

Thanks to Trevor for sending this in… If you have something you would like to see as our picture of the day, submit it here…

Glenn Beck – Current Events & Politics – Picture of the Day – August 22, 2008

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