Wednesday, March 27, 2013


A watershed moment has just occurred in the ongoing disaster of ObamaCare.   Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius HAS FINALLY ADMITTED that health insurance premiums are rising because of the President’s health insurance takeover…  [ED. NOTE:  DRUM ROLL PLEASE!  THIS MEANS THAT SOMEONE IN THIS ADMINISTRATION HAS AT LAST TOLD THE TRUTH – NOT THAT IT MAKES A KRAPWAD OF DIFFERENCE AT THIS POINT!]

But not to worry!  The government, using our taxpayer dollars, will be passing out subsidies to offset the increases for low-income Americans.  HELLOOOOO!  We are ALL gonna be ‘low-income Americans’ by the time this law is completely implemented.

In a report that could prove a big political headache for the administration [ED. NOTE:  THIS IS KRAP  – THE BS-MEDIA WILL NEVER PUT THIS INFORMATION OUT TO THE SHEEPLE], the Society of Actuaries estimated Tuesday that insurers will have to pay out an average of 32 percent more for claims on individual health policies under the Affordable Care Act, a cost likely to be passed on to consumers.

By 2017, the estimated increase would be 62 percent for California, about 80 percent in Ohio and Wisconsin, more than 20 percent for Florida and 67 percent for Maryland. Much of the reason for the higher claims costs is that sicker people are expected to join the pool, the report said. 

Oh – be sure you read THIS that I posted a couple of days ago – instead of motor-voter, we now have vomit-voter!  You can register to vote at the same time you apply for Obamacare! 

Monday, March 25, 2013


Jerusalem, Israel --- March 24, 2013 … Russian media sources have confirmed that Syria President Bashar Assad was shot by an Iranian bodyguard Saturday night.

"The lone assassination pumped several bullets at point blank range into Assad," said the source. "Assad was rushed to Al-Shami Hospital in Damascus in critical condition. He died on the operating table from heart failure resulting from massive blood loss."

An Israeli security analyst believes the report to be accurate.


The corruption of this administration is breathtaking - they are using TAXPAYER DOLLARS to sign up people for Obamacare AND to register to vote at the same time.  And apparently there ain't shit Congress can do about it!
  • The 61-page online Obamacare draft application for health care includes asking if the applicant wants to register to vote, raising the specter that pro-Obama groups being tapped to help Americans sign up for the program will also steer them to register with the Democratic Party.
Does anyone seriously think more than 3% of the American public has the intellect to complete a 61-page application in the first place, and the smarts to realize you do NOT have to register as a Democrat to get health insurance in the second place?

Bend over AGAIN, taxpayers!  This one's on YOU!

Sunday, March 24, 2013


Apparently the sequester is old news.  I fully expect to see the White House open for tours in the morning.  We can't, because of the sequester, you say?  Obama said so (raise your hand if you believe that).  Obama also said HE had nothing to do with the decision to close the White House (the PEOPLE'S WHITE HOUSE) - raise your hand if you believe that one, too.

Obama wants maximum pain for the sequester buck.... even the BSMedia is starting to see the light dawn on this one, and then......  DRUM ROLL PLEASE.....

WE FIND $500 MILLION TO GIVE TO THE PALESTINIANS!  Like pulling a rabbit out of the hat....

The United States has quietly unblocked almost $500 million in aid to the Palestinian Authority which had been frozen by Congress for months, a top US official said Friday.

The news that the funds had finally been freed up came after US President Barack Obama met top Israeli and Palestinian leaders in a landmark visit to Israel and the West Bank earlier this week.

Read for yourself!  I'm still in disbelief that we 'quietly' did this.  Notice Israel didn't get a nickel.,7340,L-4360135,00.html

Thursday, March 21, 2013


There are two jobs in this world that I would never take - I would pick up cans on the side of the road first.

One is the guy who follows the football coach up and down the sidelines during the Sunday game,  paying out headset line and reeling it back in (and that one may be defunct now since technology may have worked out a way the coach's headset communicaitons can't be overheard.)

The other one is the food tester for Barack Obama.  Seriously?  He has a food tester?  I thought only kings and tyrants had those.  Oh, wait.  Nevermind.

Anyway, if I couldn't get work picking up and recycling cans, I'd pick up and recycle dog krap.

OK - she's not the official food tester - it's Carla Bruni, wife of the President of France, but.... I think Michelle wishes she was the tester!  (Maybe because Michelle has tested too many foods.)

Have a great weekend, and GO TARHEELS!

Sunday, March 17, 2013


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Dr. Ben Carson, speaking at CPAC this past week.....

“Let’s say somebody were [in the White House] and they wanted to destroy this nation,” Carson postulated in remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference. “I would create division among the people, encourage a culture of ridicule for basic morality and the principles that made and sustained the country, undermine the financial stability of the nation, and weaken and destroy the military. It appears coincidentally that those are the very things that are happening right now.

Please read the entire article - it's not long at all....

Wednesday, March 13, 2013



GEEZUS MURPHEY!  I started out cutting/pasting the highlights from this report, thinking there would be 25 examples, and then 50.  I got to #54 before scrolling to the end.  There are 100 examples in this of how our money is wasted!  I’m exhausted  and I’ve only been scanning the first paragraph or two of each example.  I need a glass of wine – FOR LUNCH.


Scan these…. your head will spin.  Go read the entire article (link above) but DO NOT have any heavy objects handy if you value your computer!

BUCKLE UP – HERE WE GO! [Comments in brackets are mine, not Sen. Coburn's]
  1. The most unproductive and unpopular Congress in modern history does nothing while America struggles – (Congress) $132 million
  2. In West Virginia, thousands of dollars were spent to reconstruct a historic streetscape… out of Legos
  3. In Los Angeles, a yacht used by city officials, celebrities, and other VIPs was upgraded for nearly half a million dollars
  4. Taxpayers may be losing at least $91 million subsidizing tax loopholes for professional sports leagues that generate billions of dollars annually in profits – because they are classified as NON-PROFITS‼‼
  5. $4.5 BILLION dollars will be illegally spent in the SNAP (old food stamps program) on junk food, gourmet coffee, beer, diapers, and condoms.  In three states, some individuals received more food stamp benefits simply because they smoke marijuana.  The USDA spent nearly $3 MILLION TO ADVERTISE THE SNAP PROGRAM to attract new users
  6. The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission (OAC) voted this year to keep a rarely used Lake Murray State Park Airport open simply to land more federal funds. The airport averages just one flight per month, has no planes based there, and is situated mere miles from two more heavily used airports.  In the last five years, Lake Murray State Park Airport has received $750,000 through the FAA program.
  7. Moroccan pottery classes – (U.S. Agency for International Development) $27 million - In 2009, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) began pursuing a four year plan to improve the economic competitiveness of Morocco. [W.T.F.!]
  8. This goal of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Advanced Food Technology Project, which has already developed a recipe for pizza and about 100 other foods that could be served some day on Mars.  The tab to the taxpayers:  $947,000
  9. Robot squirrels:  $325,000…. [Why do we need robosquirrels?] 
  10. U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) spent $300,000 this year to promote caviar
  11. Over $9 million in federal money was earmarked to a failing for-profit ferry verging on bankruptcy, which very few people benefited from and a small town in Alaska did not want
  12. The government pays as much as $2 million annually in monthly service fees to maintain about 28,000 phantom grant accounts that are empty and have expired.
  13. The cost to produce a penny in 2012 is more than two times its actual value. The Department of the Treasury announced the average cost of production this year was 2.4 cents – the highest it has been in years.180 (Similarly expensive, nickel production now costs over 11 cents per coin) The total cost of producing over 5 billion pennies this year will run at least $120 million.
  14. OBAMAPHONES!  Funding comes through the “universal service charge” tacked on to the phone bills of most Americans. As more people sign up for the subsidized phones, the charge increases, and for some cell phone users amounts to over $10 per year.  Americans are now paying $1.5 BILLION annually for the subsidized cell phone program, called Lifeline.  Just in the last year, enrollment grew 43 percent to 16.5 million participants.  Since 2007, the total cost of program has increased twenty-fold. [This started out to be an emergency system for ill/inform/elderly – now it’s the OBAMAPHONE – available to anyone on any government assistance program – great for buying votes!] 
  15. Government officials in West Virginia used millions of federal taxpayer dollars to purchase 1,064 high-capacity Internet routers to increase broadband access throughout the state. Each router is capable of serving a computer network with tens of thousands of users, such as the network of a large university campus, but the routers are being installed at sites with only a few users, such as government offices, schools, libraries, and other public offices.  Purchased several years ago, the routers are still being installed statewide. Each router cost $22,600 for a total of $24 million, paid for with federal stimulus dollars
  16. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has provided taxpayers with a chance to relive PROM WEEK.  In 2012, the agency supported the creation of “Prom Week,” a video game simulating all the social interactions of the event.  The project used part of a $516,000 grant from NSF. [WTF again!]
  17. Pulp and paper companies could reap a $268 million tax windfall by asserting an industrial waste byproduct of the wood-pulping process - referred to as “black liquor” - is actually an alternative fuel.
  18. Beverly Hills, often noted for its affluence, and the city of Santa Fe Springs will sell $206,426 of their CDBG dollars this year to other cities, in exchange for $145,662 in general revenue.   By selling the block grant for less than it is worth, states and cities free themselves of the program’s requirements and collect other financial benefits.
  19. A Cold War-era program to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction has had more money than it can spend – carrying over more from year to year than Congress appropriates for its annual budget. The money has helped recruit new scientists for Russian weapons institutes, contrary to the original intent of the program.  This year, the program received almost $15 million.  For many years during the 2000's, it took in far more than it spent.
  20. NASA has been working on a number of out-of-this-world apps, games, and other entertainment programs to beef up its marketing efforts.  These efforts will cost taxpayers at least $1.6 million.
  21. The U.S. Forest Service gave tribute to Smokey the Bear by spending $31,071 in taxpayer funds to have Smokey Bear BALLOONS at several balloon festivals throughout the American Southwest [UNFRIGGINGREAL!]
  22. Speed reading faces – (WA) $30,000 (As part of the experiment, facial images of men and women who had self-identified on Facebook as gay or straight were flashed for 50 milliseconds before college students, who then guessed the sexual orientation of the faces they were shown [This is important because????]
  23. More than $1 billion overpaid annually for products and services –(Government-wide)
  24. The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has allocated $1 million to organizations throughout the country to “read, discuss, and celebrate one of 31 selections from U.S. and world literature.” [for a generation that cannot read...]
  25. Nebraska steered $505,000 of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds provided by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to Sergeant’s Pet Care Products, Inc., which specializes in pet shampoo and toothpaste.  The company spent $500,000 for capital improvements, including machinery to manufacture the pet toothpaste and shampoo.
  26. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Commerce are spending over $1.3 million to help the world’s largest snack food maker build a Greek yogurt factory in New York. Last year, PepsiCo Inc. earned net revenues of $66 billion.357 Looking to expand their earnings, the corporation is now teaming up with the German company Theo Müller Group to sell “premium yogurt products in the U.S
  27. Government-funded study finds golfers need to envision a bigger hole – (IN) $350,000 - Purdue University researchers used part of a $350,000 National Science Foundation grant to examine the benefit golfers might gain from using their imagination. [Moving right along....]
  28. Just outside of Portland, Maine, a graffiti artist who goes by the name SUBONE received $13,000 in federal money to create a 33-by-8 foot spray-paint mural at a local high school.
  29. More than ten percent of the bridges in Dayton, Ohio, are deficient as 13 cars drive over one of Dayton’s 184 deficient bridges every second.  Yet, mere miles away from the city, the federal government is spending $520,000 to restore an unused bridge that is not even connected to a road or trail.
  30. Since the creation of managed healthcare plans in Medicare in 1982 – now known as Medicare Advantage (MA) – the federal government has been paying for healthcare services twice for many older veterans. The total bill for duplicate healthcare amounts to over $3 billion, at least one-third of which could likely be saved without affecting the medical care of a single veteran
  31. Indianapolis received a $142,419 grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to offer free rides on several bus routes for four days surrounding the event, including game day.  Full fare for the service typically costs $1.75 per ride.  (Prices for Super Bowl tickets easily average $3,000)
  32. The Dallas Independent School District spent $57,000 in federal funds to send about 4,400 fifth-grade boys from 132 schools to watch Red Tails, a film portraying the Tuskegee airmen of World War II.
  33. The National Endowment for the Arts awarded a $40,000 grant to the University of Southern California (USC) to support production costs of a video game based on the writings of Henry David Thoreau at Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts.
  34. In an effort to prevent drunk driving, the Michigan State Police used $10,000 in federal funds to purchase 400 talking urinal cakes – THAT TALK! “Listen p. That’s right! I’m talking to you. Had a few drinks? Maybe a few too many? Then do yourself and everyone else a favor. Call a sober friend or a cab. Oh, and don’t forget. Wash your hands.”  [THAT would scare you sober, wouldn't it!]  
  35. Federal authorities decided it was a national priority to support cartoonists and comic book artists. The state of Vermont has committed $255,000 of its federal Community Development Block Grant to support a program for graduates of the Center for Cartoon Studies
  36. U.S. Iraqi police training program burns through hundreds of millions of dollars, crashes in flames – (Department of State) $400.2 million
  37. The Civilians, a New York City-based theatre company, received $697,177 from the National Science Foundation to create a musical about climate change and biodiversity.  The musical opened this year at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre.
  38. St. Louis is receiving more than $35 million in federal funds for “an old-fashioned style trolley system” that will run on a 2.2-mile line from the Missouri History Museum to the University City Library. The federal funds for the project include a $25 million Federal Transit Administration Urban Circulator grant, a $3.5 million New Markets Tax Credit, and $7.1 million in other federal transportation grants.  The federal amount will pay more than half of the project’s $44 million construction cost.
  39. The U.S. Navy plans to spend over $37 billion to build 55 littoral combat ships (LCS), a new line of light, fast ships that are able to operate in littoral (nearshore) waters.  They will be a major investment for the country in the coming century.  Yet, a decision by the Navy to ask two different companies to build the LCS will cost taxpayers hundreds of millions dollars over the lifetime of the program.  From the four ships being constructed this year, the waste may amount to at least $148 million.
  40. Syracuse University received a $67,926 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to run “Students Against Trash,” a poster contest targeting students in New Jersey, New York, and Puerto Rico
  41. The city of Grants Pass, Oregon, will spend $388,000 in federal money, $77,600 apiece, for five bus shelters along its small, four-route bus system.  In 2009, the city planned to spend $322,000 for between six and ten shelters.  By 2012, however, the price estimate rose to more than $530,000 for only five shelters. That would have put the cost at $106,000 each.  “Around here, that’s enough to build a three-bedroom house,” commented Grants Pass Councilman Dan de Young
  42. YouTube video contest on fruits and veggies – (Department of Health and Human Services) - $106,000
  43. Faulty FEMA calculations lead to building replacement instead of repair – (IA) $75.4 million
  44. The Institute of Museum and Library Services awarded $150,000 to the Strong National Museum of Play in New York to create an exhibit featuring board games, toys, and puzzles from the country’s past
  45. Some locals call it the “sidewalk to nowhere” – a 20-block-long sidewalk intended to help kids walk to school.  The sidewalk was funded with $1.1 million from the Safe Routes to School program, but the highway along which it was built is not considered safe by many in the community
  46. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is fond of touting technological advancements the agency has helped develop over the years, such as Velcro, reflective coatings for lenses, and new methods in computing. Despite this progress, NASA continues to operate an outdated and poorly utilized “Lessons Learned” database costing taxpayers over $771,000 every year.
  47. The Alaska Railroad will receive $38.8 million this year and $33 million next year through a federal mass transit program, even after the Senate tried to end the railroad’s funding this year.
  48. In 2012, vineyards and wineries received at least $1.5 million in federal taxpayer funds to assist with their grape-growing and marketing endeavors.
  49. One of the largest federally funded programs – Medicaid – provides billions of dollars in payments to tax cheats who owe millions in unpaid taxes. Almost 7,000 Medicaid providers in just three states owed $791 million in unpaid federal taxes but received $6.6 billion in Medicaid reimbursements in just one year, found a Government Accountability Office (GAO) investigation.
  50. The federal government continues to move forward with a plan to construct a 600,000-square-foot federal courthouse in downtown Los Angeles, despite objections from both Democrat and Republican lawmakers and government watchdogs that the project is unneeded.
  51. Pentagon raids weapons program to develop it’s own beef jerky – (Department of Defense) $700,000 – only problem is - the money is coming from a program specially created to equip soldiers with the weapons they need
  52. In the last three years, schools across the nation received $1.6 billion dollars in School Improvement Grants (SIG) from the U.S. Department of Education to improve student performance.  An evaluation of the program in the state of Washington has revealed the program resulted in little to no improvement. Washington public schools will use $7.3 million from the program in 2012 and have gathered over $60 million in the past three years.
  53. This year, identity thieves will collect an estimated $3.9 billion in tax refunds on fraudulent returns they will file using stolen Social Security numbers (SSN).  The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) released an investigation this year outlining what the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) needs to do more to prevent rampant tax fraud. Over five years, taxpayers could lose more than $20 billion to crooks. These losses are largely preventable with better anti-fraud measures.
  54. A Star Wars Day event, held at the Abington Public Library in Massachusetts, was paid for with $365 in federal funds, part of an $11,700 grant provided by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Monday, March 11, 2013


(I know - wrong account!  LOL)

Michelle Obama was all set to answer a few questions on her twitter account (#AskFlotus) about her ‘Let’s Move’ campaign. 

Tomorrow at 11:05ET, I'll answer some questions about @LetsMove & how we can improve the health of our kids. Join with #AskFLOTUS –mo—(@FLOTUS) March 10, 2013

She got questions all right, but not what she expected.  Here are a few:

Hi #AskFLOTUS Was Barack with you on 9/11/12 during #Benghazi...Asking for about 300 million or so people. Thanks.  S.M (@redsteeze) March 11, 2013

#AskFlotus what was it like giving an award 4 a movie portraying the rescue of 6 Americans knowing your husband wouldn't save the #Benghazi 4— Sasha (@appy3238) March 11, 2013

#askFLOTUS Is Barack ever jolted awake at night all sweaty thinking about the 4 Americans he left behind to die in Benghazi?— Rob Tam (@robtr2) March 11, 2013

#benghazigate #Benghazi Did your husband sleep well on 9/11/12 knowing our men were fighting for their lives?— End of the Republic (@PointlessPol) March 11, 2013

#AskFLOTUS  Quick!! Name anyone killed at #Benghazi considering today is the 6month anniversary.

#AskFLOTUS Would you say your husband "acted stupidly" while watching Americans die in Benghazi and not authorizing to send help?— John (@Frank0301) March 11, 2013

#AskFLOTUS Do you care at all that your husband left 4 Americans to be murdered in #Benghazi while he went to sleep then flew to Vegas?— MJK (@jane747) March 11, 2013

Do you even know who #ChrisKyle is? #AskFlotus— Liz Conti (@LizConti) March 11, 2013

#askFLOTUS  White people, amirite?— Jon Gabriel (@ExJon) March 11, 2013

Tweets are from Michelle MALKIN’s ‘Twitchy’ website

Sunday, March 10, 2013



Quotes below are from The American Thinker dated 3/10/2013

Here's what the gun control advocate put on his Facebook page:

I just had a background check a few days ago when I went to my local gun store to buy a .45.  As I was leaving, I noticed a used AR-15. Bought that too. Even to buy an assault weapon, the background check only takes a matter of minutes. I don't have possession of it yet but I'll be turning it over to the Tucson PD when I do.

Did I mention that witnesses say he also purchased several "high capacity" magazines as well?

We are to believe he bought the weapon just to turn it over to the police? 

Or is he turning it over to the police because he's been caught in a very compromising position that makes him out to be a dishonest, gun grabbing lout?

Skeptic that I am, I'm betting on the latter scenario - he got caught with his hand on the barrel of an 'assault weapon'... will he turn in the pistol as well?  HA!

Read the story at the link below!


This video was a little rough starting out, but it gets better.  This needs to go viral!


Welcome to my world, Bob...


Here’s an article from the Raleigh N&O… apparently only one health insurance plan IN 50 is in compliance with all the required coverages in Obamacare.  AND – this is the big red flag:  the other 49 private insurers are MANDATED to make their coverage comply by JANUARY, 2014.

A recent analysis found
“…one in four [private health insurance providers] offered pediatric care and only 8 percent covered dental checkups for children.  About one-third covered maternity and newborn care and just over half covered services to deal with substance abuse.
These and other coverage areas are considered “essential health benefits” under the health care law.  All health insurance plans in the individual and small-business market must offer them beginning next year. But “we couldn’t find a single plan that had every feature fully satisfied,” said Kev Coleman, the head of research and content at HealthPocket.
The law, which critics have long labeled “Obamacare,” requires that health plans offered to individuals and small employers provide coverage in 10 categories: ambulatory patient services; emergency services; hospitalization; maternity and newborn care; mental health and substance use disorder services, including behavioral health treatment; prescription drugs; rehabilitative services and devices; laboratory services; preventive and wellness services and chronic disease management; and pediatric services, including oral and vision care.”
Now…. If you think you will be getting all this with your current insurance policy and THE PREMIUMS WILL NOT GO UP, please raise your hand - and explain how you came to that conclusion. 

Friday, March 8, 2013


FROM KENTUCKY!    HAHAHAHA!  Someone needs to tell her she lives in TENNESSEE!

Here she is at the Democrat convention, casting TENNESSEE'S votes for Barack Obama!

Well - she certainly looks better than Mitch McConnell!

UPDATE:  Apparently Ms. Judd has opted NOT to run - here's the article from ABC news from last week...


I write on another website as an invited author – a site populated mostly by pseudo-intellectual liberals.  Been there a couple of years.  Most of my posts there are rants about the left and Obama, and the gelded Republicans in Congress.  Those who comment on my writing are forever telling me to calm down, that I’m always too ‘outraged’.  And they are probably right.  That is why I will not post anything there about what took place in the Senate this week.  I am filled to overflowing with outrage!

I’m speaking of Sen. Rand Paul’s filibuster on the senate floor about Obama’s plan to kill Americans on American soil with drones.

Now I ask you.  How in the world can a man, who pretends to be a Constitutional scholar and professor even THINK that such an idea is within the limits of the law?  [BTW – for anyone who doesn’t know – Obama was NOT a Harvard professor – he was a senior lecturer – big difference – huge.]  Supported by his Attorney General, the mastermind behind Fast & Furious (another totally off the chart unconstitutional scheme that our Congress has swept under the carpet), Obama and his minions have come up with a plan to take out AMERICAN CITIZENS under SUSPICION of being terrorists.  This is the same president who will NOT send the recently captured son-in-law of OBL to GTMO for interrogation.  Does anyone see the dichotomy here? 

I digress.  My outrage.  I watched as much of Sen. Paul’s talk as I could.  He was not ranting or pounding his fists.  He was pointing out the unconstitutionality of Obama’s drone plan and asking for someone in the executive branch to explain how it is permitted under the Constitution.  He was joined on the Senate floor by other young conservatives  like Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Ted Cruz.  Even a Democrat senator, Ron Wyden, joined Paul in a show of support.  The filibuster forced national attention on the drone plan, and finally Holder said it was unconstitutional. 

Finally some Republicans were showing a backbone.  Then that very night, Obama wined and dined 12 senior Republicans at the Jefferson Hotel in D.C.  Upon leaving that dinner, Sen. John McCain and Sen. Lindsey Graham took to the microphones and chastised Sen. Paul for the filibuster.  WHAT.    THE.    FUCK! 

The opening paragraphs of an article in the Washington Examiner this morning said:

Elder Sen. John McCain, who this week engaged in friendly fire when he launched his "maverick" missiles at fellow Republicans seeking clarification on the administration's drone policies, has upped the ante, deriding Tea Party-backed GOP lawmakers as "wacko birds."

McCain, who hit the Senate floor Thursday to belittle Sen. Rand Paul's filibuster, which succeeded in getting an answer from President Obama that drones won't be used to kill Americans on U.S. soil, even suggested that the Kentucky senator and his allies, like Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Michigan Rep. Justin Amash, don't represent the GOP mainstream.

"It's always the wacko birds on right and left that get the media megaphone," McCain told Huffington Post's Jon Ward in a story titled "John McCain: Getting Back To Maverick, With An Eye On Retirement."

THE HUFFINGTON POST!  ROFLMAO!  An unbiased story?  Not in this lifetime!  McCain said the likes of Paul, Cruz, Amash, etc. were not reflective of the views of the majority of Republicans.



Well on that, I can agree!  On that, it’s damn time the Republicans turned to the views of the Tea Party if we want to save this country!!!  If you want to see outrage, read the comments in the assorted news stories about ‘Maverick John McCain’s action.’   It’s time to get rid of RINO John McCain and his butt-boy Lindsey Graham (who is posturing about Benghazi because he’s up for re-election in 2014) and all the other RINO's in Congress.

It’s time to clean the House….. and the Senate!

Wednesday, March 6, 2013


This one has the potty mouth down pat, but the instructor lowers the requirement - disgraceful!

Monday, March 4, 2013



Obama DHS Purchases 2,700 Light-Armored Tanks to Go With Their 1.6 Billion Bullet Stockpile

But you can't afford to keep illegals locked up, you flaming P.O.S.!!!!  How much do you think those tanks cost the American taxpayers..... and exactly WHO DO YOU PLAN TO USE THEM ON!?

You bought enough to give one to each illegal you released, SHITHOOK!