The New Pro-Choice Bart Stupak

Just gave us Obamcare by selling his pro-life credentials to the devil for nothing more than a bullshit promise from Obama in the form of an executive order that is worthless in the face of, you know, an actual law. Here’s hoping the voters in his district boot his ass out so he can take a lobbying job with Planned Parenthood or something.

Stole the post from Ace, hope he doesn’t mind.

UPDATE:

Stupak paid off? Who knows, but what a coincidence.

Also, was he called a baby killer? Hey, if the shoe fits.

G*d Damn These Bastards If They Pass Obamacare

To hell. Seriously, I wish them places on the lowest level.  For ignoring the wishes of the vast majority of Americans. For destroying the Constitution. For bringing down the greatest nation on the face of the planet.

That includes you, Jim Cooper, my representative and slimy socialist bastard, if you vote for this bill.

No Shit

Tell us something we didn’t know.

“In a private meeting with House progressives, President Obama said that this bill is just a foundation for future reform, and could pave the way for a later push for the public option and even single-payer systems at the state-level.”

It’s also the foundation for a socialist America, which is what Barry wants since he is a fricken socialist.

Via The Corner.

Who Likes Short Shorts? I Like Short Shorts

1. As I have said repeatedly, man made global warming does not exist (at least compared to the normal warming process of the Earth due to sunspot activity among other things). Well, it seems Global WarmingGate proves this. Or at least proves that the some of the most important scientists pushing it were lying about it. Fortunately we found out in time to stop Cap and Trade, but not in time to stop Al Gore from making millions off of it.

2. “Nobody smart in American politics messes with the Scouts. Boy or Girl Scouts.” So very true.

2. Double your pleasure, double your Sarah Palin fun. Ill take one, or two, please.

4. No more breast exams for Mama. A song by Jim Treacher.

5. Eighty-one percent think their personal health care is good or excellent. And yet the Dems will not stop trying to ruin it. WTF Jimmy?!

6. She may be easy, but she ain’t cheap. Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu is bought-off with $300 million to vote for the Dems health care debacle. Eh, well, she IS from Louisiana so why be surprised.

7. Found a new blog. I like it.

8. A little late but here’s another reason to like Fridays.

9. White people continue the long-standing tradition of ignoring the wishes of American Indians. In this case it is leftist politically correct elitists, but the arrogance is the same.

10. Men treat their friends better than women do. I’ve seen this again and again over the years. Women are very unfriendly friends to each other.

11. Ali Barbie. Why not just put one of your old Barbies in one of them zip-up beer holders?

12. These look like they could be painful if you aren’t careful. Via Mostly Safe for Work.

Photo via Theo.

I Keep Apologizing

For not posting and it’s getting old. Both to you and to me. But the fact is things have been very busy lately at work and my father is experiencing some possibly serious medical issues that have taken my mind away from this little hobby.  Bear with me.

Let’s see.

Cap and Trade is dead they say.  Not going to be finished until Spring which means not in an election year which, unless the economy really does a turn-around, not at all.

That’s a good thing.

The push for Obamacare?  Still alive but taking more and more hits every day.  Latest blunder on our socialist overlord’s part is picking a fight with the Pink Ribbon crowd over breast cancer screening.  What morons. Getting between a woman and her boobs is a dangerous thing indeed.

Good news though, because it is serving to wake-up more and more Americans to the fact that government-run health care will include rationing of this sort big time.  Yeah, yeah, Barry and the Dems are swimming backward from it now, but seriously does anyone believe they won’t do this very thing over and over under a government program?  And forget it if you are elderly.  It’s pushing the wheelchairs down the stairs for you.

Oh, Barry went to Japan once again made a total fool of himself.  First Pacific President my ass.   And the way he bowed to the Japanese Emperor you would have thought it was date night with Michelle.  And the Chinese.  Plenty of time for photo-ops of him wearing his favorite Mao jacket, but no time to meet with real Chinese folks.

He has done nothing to improve our standing in the world.  People respect strength and he is not a strong man.  Trying terrorists in a civilian court is not strong.  Being too much of a quivering wimp to call the Fort Hood shooting Islamic terrorism is not strong.

Sends a great message.

They also want a man who keeps his word and knows his mind.  Which Barry doesn’t.  Close Gitmo down by January?  Well, no.  Make a decision, any decision, on Afghanistan?  Maybe in a few weeks.

What a putz this guy is.  Carter times infinity.

Speaking of strong, well, women, Sarah Palin released her new book.  I don’t have one yet but I am hoping for a copy for Christmas.  I don’t know if she has a shot at the presidency or not but I am confident she would be a good one.  Perhaps a great one.  Certainly a better one that we have now.

By a long shot.

Have you ever noticed that blogging is so much more easy and fun when you don’t have to link all the time.  Well, it is.  So just look this stuff up if you don’t believe me.

Oh, speaking of Carter. Did you hear that he actually thinks his actions during the Iranian Hostage Crisis helped things? Look it up. He did. Talk about self-delusion.

Hey, that’s it. I got to go. Hopefully things will slow down after Thanksgiving (which I may be working).

Oh, hat-tip to Theo for the picture. It’s worth a link.

Perspective

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As is typical of many things, the importance thereof is in the eye of the beholder. Swine flu, for example, has everyone riled-up and for no real reason that I can see. At least no more reason than any other end of the world issue that the media and nanny-staters in our government play up these days.

Remember Alar in apples? Oh my!

Global warming? Save us, Obi-Gore!

Millions of people dying in our streets without healthcare? Obamacare is the only answer!

Zombie attack? Okay, well, we DO need to worry about zombies, especially with millions of non-insured bodies just lying in the streets unclaimed. But the rest of this stuff is blown out of proportion by a factor of 10,000 at a minimum.

Not that we shouldn’t pay some attention to these things. Pandemics are certainly possible and Zombies are a certainty sooner or later. But come on, how much false fear has been instilled in our society by this disaster bloviating over the years?

There is real stuff to be concerned about though. Islamic radicalism for one. And the equally dangerous politically correct attitude that is allowing it to take root in our society and, from the looks of it, kill our soldiers here at home. (Hey, Army leadership – wake the frack up!!)

Perspective.

One must get a sense of it.

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For example, some would say too big, but they’d be wrong.

They’re just right.

Hat-tip to Theo.

I Post The Picture Because As The Song Says, “Just A Spoonful Of Sugar Helps The Medicine Go Down”

Nov 9 (2)

1. A Marine wife asks, “Life is full of mysteries, but chief among them in this Marine wife’s mind at the moment is, ‘Just how stupid does this White House think we are?” The answer is very stupid. Because he thinks all the military is stupid. And over half the American people. He KNOWS, however, that his supporters are stupid and he plays to that like a master.

2. “If you really care what you put in your body, Ruby’s is a good place for you,” says Mr. Beall, as the wait staff clears away the plates. “If you don’t care, hell, go to Hardee’s.” So says, Sandy Beall, the founder and chief executive of Ruby Tuesday’s. A restaurant we used to frequent but don’t any longer because their food really started sucking. Now the local one is out of business, which is good because even if their food is better and better for you, as is touted by Beall in this article, I wouldn’t eat there again. Why? Because that was an insulting thing to say. Yes, to Hardee’s, but also to the people who choose to eat at Hardee’s and who might have chosen to eat at Ruby Tuesday’s now and again. Look, I don’t eat at Hardee’s. I’m not sure I ever have. But when I do eat out, “caring about what I put in my body” is not high on my list. One eats out at a nice restaurant to enjoy a good meal, have a drink or two, and relax with friends or family . . . not to count calories. If you want to do that stay at home. And if you do like to eat out at a nice place,  but also like a greasy (insert fast-food chain here) burger now and again, you might just try Applebee’s instead of Ruby Tuesday’s. Their baby-back ribs are great.*

3. That cowardly shooter at Fort Hood was a Islamic Jihadist, not some poor soul suffering from PTSD. The liberal media and the administration are doing their best to spin it away as anything but Islamic terrorism, but the growing evidence just does not fit that narrative. And since this guy was probably alone, without some Al Qaeda-like support system, can we now say that we may, just may, be at war with Islam. At least the much larger than people are willing to admit radical part of it? Because the sooner we admit that the safer we will be.

4. Someone wishes the Berlin Wall never fell. Perhaps this is some kind of Stockholm Syndrome thing. Or just some nutty socialist who pines for the good ole days. Whatever the reason, I’m happy to say I was one of the many American military members serving in Germany before and when the Wall came down and if my CI/AT support for the Ground Launched Cruise Missile program (and other secret squirrel stuff) helped just a tiny bit then I am very proud. I do recall though, that after the Wall fell and East Germans began migrating into West Germany, many of the West Germans complained about some of them not wanting to work and wishing for a social system that did not exist any longer. Seems that dependence has lasted longer for some than others.

5.  No link needed because if you haven’t heard about it, then you have your head stuck so far down in the sand that you deserve the rectal exam the Democrats are about to give you. The putting on the rubber gloves part happened this weekend when the House passed their version of Obamacare.  All Democrats and one lame-ass Republican who is more worried about his own seat than his country, but hey, that’s politics, right?  Anyway, it’s not over yet, but seriously if you are not out there calling, writing, and talking to your representatives it will be soon.  Do you really want the government making life and death decisions on your health care? Seriously? You’ve been that happy with what they have done so far in other, much less intrusive, parts of your life?

Hat-tip to Theo for the babe and to Maggie’s Farm and Instapundit for some links.

* Full disclosure – I do not work for Applebee’s.  Nor in the restaurant business at all.


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