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Rush Limbaugh: If Obama Agenda is Socialist “I want him to fail”
January 23, 2009, 2:44 am
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Some have jumped on Rush’s comment on wanting President Obama to fail and tried to use it against him. The problem here is that Rush actually put conditions on what he said. He said that if Obama were to cut taxes and not roll back the Bush tax cuts then he would want him to succeed. However if Obama governs as a Socialist, he says, then Obama should fail.

And I agree.

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Zogby Poll: Obama supporters are uninformed!
November 18, 2008, 8:04 pm
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Zogby has just released a poll that shows that Obama supporters are uninformed,

Just 2% of voters who supported Barack Obama on Election Day obtained perfect or near-perfect scores on a post election test which gauged their knowledge of statements and scandals associated with the presidential tickets during the campaign, a new Zogby International telephone poll shows.

Only 54% of Obama voters were able to answer at least half or more of the questions correctly.

The 12-question, multiple-choice survey found questions regarding statements linked to Republican presidential candidate John McCain and his vice-presidential running-mate Sarah Palin were far more likely to be answered correctly by Obama voters than questions about statements associated with Obama and Vice-President–Elect Joe Biden. The telephone survey of 512 Obama voters nationwide was conducted Nov. 13-15, 2008, and carries a margin of error of +/- 4.4 percentage points. The survey was commissioned by John Ziegler, author of The Death of Free Speech, producer of the recently released film “Blocking the Path to 9/11” and producer of the upcoming documentary film, Media Malpractice…How Obama Got Elected.

“After I interviewed Obama voters on Election Day for my documentary, I had a pretty low opinion of what most of them had picked up from the media coverage of the campaign, but this poll really proves beyond any doubt the stunning level of malpractice on the part of the media in not educating the Obama portion of the voting populace,” said Ziegler. . . .

Obama voters did not fare nearly as well overall when asked to answer questions about statements or stories associated with Obama or Biden — 83% failed to correctly answer that Obama had won his first election by getting all of his opponents removed from the ballot, and 88% did not correctly associate Obama with his statement that his energy policies would likely bankrupt the coal industry. Most (56%) were also not able to correctly answer that Obama started his political career at the home of two former members of the Weather Underground.

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Earlier the poll mentioned that Obama supporters were able to answer to the derogatory statement of Palin saying she could see Russia from Alaska. But apparently they don’t know shit about the history of the man they elected. . . . My god!! I am so glad I did’t vote for Obama. Like hell I’d want to be like these guys.

Nearly three quarters (72%) of Obama voters did not correctly identify Biden as the candidate who had to quit a previous campaign for President because he was found to have plagiarized a speech, and nearly half (47%) did not know that Biden was the one who predicted Obama would be tested by a generated international crisis during his first six months as President.

No surprise here. Moving on,

In addition to questions regarding statements and scandals associated with the campaigns, the 12-question, multiple-choice survey also included a question asking which political party controlled both houses of Congress leading up to the election — 57% of Obama voters were unable to correctly answer that Democrats controlled both the House and the Senate.

What? WHAT?! — They couldn’t even answer that? So these people were voting for “change” without knowing that the ones promissing “change” were already in the majority in power? Geez!!!

If you are one of these uninformed jack asses that match this profile that voted for Obama then please do America two favors: 1) Never vote, and 2) Please do not reproduce!



The 2008 Election is NOT a Mandate to take this Country to the Left
November 6, 2008, 8:57 am
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Now that we are going to have a Liberal Democrat as our 44th President with a large Democrat majority in Congress it is likely that many on the left will fall for the logical fallacy that a Liberal Majority with a Liberal President is a mandate from the American people to take America to the left.

Well, if anyone here has assumed that then I would recommend that they not jump to any such conclusions. The truth is that, ideologically, this Country is about exactly where it was in 2004 which was a great year for the Republicans, and I have the statistics to prove it.

According to the CNN Exit Polls from the 2004 election Liberals made up 21% of the electorate while Conservatives were at 34%. Moderates made up 45%. (Click here).

— Now, four years later the numbers from the current CNN Exit Polls are about the same: In the 2008 election, Liberals now make up 22% of the vote, moderates make up 44%, and Conservatives still outnumber liberals at 34%. (Click here) So it is absolutely obvious that we, as a nation, are still moderate to Conservative.

So from this it is important that President Barack Obama and the enlarged Democrat congress not take this election as a permission slip to take this country to the left. If they do then 2010 will be Obama’s version of what happened to George W. Bush in 2006 when the Republicans lost power in the midterms. It is imperative, but not likely, that Obama govern as a Moderate and not as a leftist.

Obama has to realize that even though he won in traditionally Conservative and Republican territory that the votes he got there were not just handed to him. They were lent to him.

If we look at the Exit polls, a major reason why John McCain lost the election was that he lost 20% of the Conservatives to Obama. — It is doubtful that the Conservatives that voted for Obama would like Obama to govern as a left-winger. More than likely they are hoping he will be a moderate President. If Obama disappoints them then they will abandon him for whoever is the Republican nominee in 2012 and will vote for a more Conservative congress in 2010.

We also have to remember the moderates -those in the center. When these people see one candidate as too extreme then they tend to go for the more moderate of the two major candidates. In other words, if Obama governs from the far left then this particular voting block (which voted 60% to 39% for Obama) will abandon him. — Or if they stay with him, it will be by a much lesser margin next time around.

The fact is that Obama and the Democrats only won this time because the American people are frustrated at the status quo (and rightfully so) and decided to take it out on those who have been in power for the last eight years. — But back on the subject,  if Obama governs as a Liberal, I highly doubt that he is going to win in the long run. But with the Democrat majority in congress that he will have as President I don’t think he will be able to resist the urge.



Obama Victory Celebration Displays Communist Flag!!! — Wake up America!!!

Wake up America! You’ve just elected a Communist!! Take the hint!!! This video confirms my decision to vote for John McCain was justified.



Obama’s infomercial — Eight problems with it
October 30, 2008, 2:50 am
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Just today Obama released his 27 minute ad that goes  into what he plans to do as president. He uses a few every-day American families to help illustrate how he plans to improve your life.

Below the video of his infomercial I will list the problems with what Obama has to say:

Alright, now that you have apparently seen the Obama commercial, here are the reasons why I unimpressed with it:

  1. In about 4.40 minutes of the infomercial Obama says that this economy is the worst since the Great Depression. — I beg to differ. We don’t have the high unemployment level that existed at the time of the depression. Even though there is a credit problem (like there was then) it is certainly nowhere near the level the credit problem was in the late 1920s and early 1930s. Also, the poverty that contributed to the depression is nowhere near the level. — So it is almost definitely NOT the worse economy since the Great depression. — It certainly is the worse since Jimmy Carter.
  2. In five minutes, Obama says he will cut taxes for those making under $200,000 a year. — This is apparently Obama’s standard definition of “rich.” — But actually, he has changed this standard. Before he made this ad Obama’s “Standard” of  “Rich” was higher. — On his website he said, “The Obama Plan Provides Generous Tax Cuts for Almost All American Families – and will not raise any tax rate on families making less than $250,000 per year, period!” (Click here to read) — So actually, between the “Fact Checking” of Obama’s tax plan and the making of the infomercial, Barack Obama has actually lowered his standard definition of rich by $50,000. — But wait, there is more: Just earlier after the infomercial was filmed and before it was released, the Obama-Biden campain lowered the standard yet again to $150,000. (Click here) — How many times are they going to lower the standard until they start defining $50,000 as rich?
  3. Next, Obama goes into a laundry list of how he will help, such as giving business tax credit providing they hire workers in the U.S. and will do the opposite with business that transport workers overseas, etc, etc, etc. — Now here comes my basic problem with his plan. Rather it is what he says (within 5.30 minutes) right out: “Now that Grows Government. It grows the economy.” — I have no problem with the latter (i.e., growing the econ) but I do have a major problem with Obama’s plan to, in his own words, to “grow the government.” — And if you want limited government instead of a growing government, Obama’s words should worry you. According to a Rasmussen Poll, 59% of Americans agree that government is the problem, not the solution. (Click here) Apparently Obama believes it’s the solution meaning he is out of touch with the American people.
  4. The irony now is that within 6.30 minutes of the infomercial, Obama now says that Americans neither expect government to solve all their problems or give out a load of handouts. — Since he knows this, why does he insist of “Growing government” as I’ve mentioned in my former problem with the infomercial?
  5. He says we have a “right” to affordable health care. — Though there is nothing wrong with “affordable health care” in and of itself, it could hardly be called a “right.” At least not in Obama’s way of thinking of using the government to implement it. I say this because the constitution guarantees no such right, nor is it among any of the constitutional duties of the government.
  6. The infomercial calls Obama a “leader on the issues.” — But what has he actually lead on? What are his accomplishments? — He apparently only has one (Yes, ONLY ONE) accomplishment which only has to do with the Republic of Congo, but that’s all. (Click here to see). If Obama has virtually no accomplishment then he cannot rightfully be called a “leader on the issues.”
  7. Obama, near the end, emphasizes hard work to get what one wants. This is inconsistent with his “Nanny government” position in which government should solve our problems.
  8. Obama then says he will “listen to you when we disagree.” — Really? — Then why has Obama tried to shut up descent in the past? For example, he tried to censor NRA ads because he just didn’t like what they said about him. (Click here)

Well, these are my problems with Obama’s infomercial. Hope this helps cut through the crap.



Memo to ALL uninformed voters: DO NOT VOTE!!

Hey, I mean it. If you are not informed, you should just stay away from the voting booth because you don’t know what you are voting for.

(Video Link: Jack Stossel says uninformed voters should stay home on Nov. 4)



Newly Released Footage: McCain as a POW in Vietnam
October 23, 2008, 5:42 am
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