Sunday, February 7, 2010

Wow, it's not Bush's fault anymore!

But it's not Obama's either.  Did anyone see the pregame show for the Super Bowl where they talked on and on about Katrina and then it happened.... They pinned it still not being all rebuilt on Bobby Jindal.  Before it was all Bush's fault and now that Obama has been president a year and really done nothing with all his magic dust... we have to blame someone and how convenient is it that their governor has an R behind his name.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Cheech and Chong Going on Tour

Cheech and Chong are going on tour to promote the legalization of marijuana. M'kay, these two guys are the perfect stereotype of dumb loser potheads are going out to tell America this stuff should be legal.

My personal opinion is that if you have to self medicate with something that may send you to jail you have bigger problems than needing this stuff to be legal. The only way this would be good for anyone, is for the government to spend less on criminal trials for drug charges and an increased revenue from taxes.

He is just so confusing...

Trying 9/11 terroists in civil courts, Obama was against it before he was for it.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Go Gary...

Most of have seen the video below and I just have to give a shout out to Gary because I love his comment on it...


How about “Because I worked my ass off, I’m the next doctor”?"

Read Gary's blog Barack Obama Wants Your Children And Is Coming For Them On September 8, 2009!

Friday, August 21, 2009

What Charlie Gibson said to Cindy Sheehan

From Rush Limbaugh today:

RUSH: You know, when Cindy Sheehan was all revved up and protesting outside George Bush's Crawford, Texas, home and marching around, she did meet with McCain, and after the meeting she called him a warmonger. I always said at the time that I felt sorry for her. This woman was devastated by the loss of her son. She couldn't get over it and she was trying to find some meaning to it, and she was used. A leftist PR firm in San Francisco decided to adopt her and promote her story as a way of continually harassing the Bush administration, to defeat our Iraq objectives and policies. She was used by these people. I was angry at her but at the same time I felt sorry for her because she was just a pawn. She was just a pawn, and I knew like every other pawn that the Democrats use when they're finished with them they throw 'em away, they just get rid of them. Once they've served their purpose they just become a statistic.

So this week in Chicago on our affiliate WLS, The Big 89, Charlie Gibson, the anchor of ABC's World News Tonight with Peter Jennings was talking to the host up there, Don Wade, about Cindy Sheehan. And Don Wade noted all the coverage that Sheehan had received in 2005, and he asked Charlie Gibson whether we're going to see some coverage of Cindy Sheehan as she goes up to Martha's Vineyard to protest Obama because he's still in Iraq and he's still got us in Afghanistan. And here is what Charlie Gibson said: "It's such a sad story. Martha Raddatz [of ABC News] wrote a terrific book about one battle that took place in Iraq, and it was the battle in which Cindy's son was killed. And you look at somebody like that and you think here's somebody who's just trying to find some meaning in her son's death. And you have to be sympathetic to her. Anybody who has given a son to this country has made an enormous sacrifice, and you have to be sympathetic. But enough already." Enough already, Cindy.

You know, so after going through all the proper, oh, she's a sympathetic figure, so sad, trying to find meaning, why did her son die, has it really helped anything, is it really an honor for her and her country that her son gave her life in battle and so forth. When she's out there revving up people against George W. Bush, it's, let's cover her 24/7, let's make sure we have our cameras out there outside Bush's ranch when she's there, whatever she's saying, whatever she's doing, if she goes down and meets with Hugo Chavez, our cameras will be there. They could not get enough of her. Now that she's headed to Martha's Vineyard, the State-Controlled Media, Charlie Gibson, State-Controlled Anchor, ABC: "Enough already." Cindy, leave it alone, get out, we're not interested, we're not going to cover you going to Martha's Vineyard because our guy is president now and you're just a hassle. You're just a problem. To these people, they never had any true, genuine emotional interest in her. She was just a pawn. She was just a woman to be used and then thrown overboard once they're through with her and they're through with her. They don't want any part of Cindy Sheehan protesting against any war when Obama happens to be president.