Low hanging fruit…

Yes I know, Bill Maher… low hanging fruit. But in an attempt to submarine Christine O’Donnell’s bid to win the former seat of the VPOTUS by airing the 1999 ‘Witchcraft’ Video, it just goes to show you that while Christine O’Donnell may have at one time been a “teenage witch”. Bill Maher will always be an asshole!

This is just another case of drooling rabid liberals demeaning and minimalizing conservative women.

Another steaming pile of Maher…

The Democrats are always the first to whine about name calling. They are constantly getting their “panties in a wad” about something. But when their completely unhinged commentators step across that line, “crickets…..”. Recently on Leno one of our faves had this to say:

“I thank the tea baggers….Any tea baggers here tonight? They’re the ones who got it passed. I’m sure they’re saying, “What are you talking about, Bill? I was so against the health care bill, I marched on Washington with tea bags hanging from my hat, dressed up in my founding fathers costume with a picture of Hitler, you know, and Obama’s face on him and, you know, screaming about his birth certificate.” And America saw that and said: “What loons. We’re going with the calm black man.”

Of course that was Bill Maher.  The term “tea baggers” is a derogatory sexual term aimed at the Tea Party movement. For those of you from Lake Jackson, this is how the Urban Dictionary defines the term “tea bagging”: [Graphic]

multiple meanings. 1) one who carries large bags of packaged tea for shipment. 2) a man that squats on top of a womens face and lowers his genitals into her mouth during sex, known as “teabagging” 3) one who has a job or talent that is low in social status 4) a person who is unaware that they have said or done something foolish, childlike, noobish, lame, or inconvenient.

Of course Bill doesn’t stop there, he continues on:

“Oh, they’re such sore losers. Sore losers. And I’m not just talking about the gunfire. I mean, you expect that from the right wing when they lose a a political battle. Of course, the bricks through the window, the death threats on phone machine you know?” That’s all acceptable, you know? You have to throw a little tantrum when freedom, as we know it, dies because I know what it means to be a patriot, is to make sure that kids don’t get checkups.”

If you believe Bill, then all Republicans want children to go without checkups. When Rush Limbaugh stated he wished Obama would fail (i.e. his socialist agenda), he was lambasted on all sides. Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin, the current targets of Democratic ire, are constantly criticized by the left often calling them divisive and accusing them of demagoguery. But when Maher makes statements like these about Sarah Palin,

“John McCain told how he once carried a brain-dead woman through an entire campaign.”

“Thinking you can look at a babbling, barely house-broken, uneducated being and say that’s our leader doesn’t make you enlightened. It makes you a Sarah Palin supporter.”

“Sarah Palin screaming about death panels? You know what, Sarah, if we were killing off useless people, you’d be the first to know.”

The Nostrildamus Hearings, marching ever closer to communism…

Rat boy is at it again.Taking an old cue from the House Committee on Un-American Activities, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee Representative Waxman (D) intends to hold hearings to intimidate and vilify Caterpillar, Verizon, AT&T and Deere.

It seems these firms have publicly made it known that the newly passed health care reform bill will have an adverse effect on their bottom lines. Caterpillar claims the measure will raise their costs by $100 million just in the first year. The chairman turned Politburo chief, Waxman, has asked each of the corporate representatives to provide full documentation detailing how they arrived at their estimates. This is clearly a move to intimdate and silence any dissenting voices against the Health Care Reform act.

I say bully! go ahead and make an ass of yourself. Vilify the companies that are providing goods and services, generating revenue, and more importantly jobs. But you better make hay while the sun shines… these asinine displays  of complete arrogance will be remembered come election day…

How much is the life of a baby worth…

… or countless thousands. How about $726,409.00?  $726,409.00 was all it took for Bart Stupak to walk away from his principles, and vote for legislation that not only contains abortion language in the bill, it appropriates $7 billion for abortion services for the next 5 years. And, the language of the Bill was purposely written to skirt around the Hyde amendment. Plus sec 1303 has language that uses federal funds to subsidize health plans that cover abortion. Oh, but wait a sec… the POTUS promised an Executive Order to prohibit federal funding of abortion.

There is no Constitutional provision or statute that explicitly permits Executive Orders, and Congress at any time may overturn an executive order by passing legislation in conflict with it or by refusing to approve funding to enforce the Executive Order.

Well done Mr Stupak, you held out for a worthless compromise. And I sure that $726,409.00 grant for rural airport renovations is just coincidental too…

On standing on principle,  Stupak told the Catholic News Agency on March 26th “The health care reform bill would have passed the House without the votes of Rep. Bart Stupak’s pro-life Democrats because House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “always carries a number of votes in her pocket.”

Hmm, the votes are there already… and… I cold vote my conscience… … … what’s behind door number 3 Bob?

Dog meet Pony…

As I suspected, the health care summit was nothing more than a”Dog and Pony” Show.

“If we’re unable to resolve differences over health care, we will need to move ahead on decisions … that’s what elections are for.”

President Barack Obama

So for all the blather… the results remain the same. We’re large, and we’re in charge. So much for their so called attempt at reconciliation, and bipartisanship.

Maybe the Democrats need a vocabulary lesson, from the Merriam-Webster Dictionary:

Main Entry: bi·par·ti·san
Pronunciation: \(ˌ)bī-ˈpär-tə-zən, -sən, -ˌzan, chiefly British ˌbī-ˌpär-tə-ˈzan\
Function: adjective
Date: 1895

: of, relating to, or involving members of two parties ; specifically : marked by or involving cooperation, agreement, and compromise between two major political parties

Not the “you’ll go along with us and like it” mentality clearly displayed at this meeting.

The latest Gallup poll out shows the gap between those who oppose the health care bill as it stands right now, and those who support it, is getting wider. 52% of those surveyed are opposed to the attempts by Democrats to circumvent a filibuster by passing health care by a simple majority, as compared to 39% who favor it.

Here are some more words the Democrats may need a lttle help with:

Main Entry: ar·ro·gance
Pronunciation: \ˈer-ə-gən(t)s, ˈa-rə-\
Function: noun
Date: 14th century

: an attitude of superiority manifested in an overbearing manner or in presumptuous claims or assumptions

Main Entry: de·fi·ance
Pronunciation: \di-ˈfī-ən(t)s, dē-\
Function: noun
Date: 15th century

1 : the act or an instance of defying : challenge
2 : disposition to resist : willingness to contend or fight

in defiance of : contrary to : despite <seemingly in defiance of the laws of physics>