Posted by Anthony on April 3, 2010
It’s been what, three weeks since Rep Emanuel Cleaver claimed he was spit on? And now he won’t talk about it? I know if some guy spit on me, I’d kick his ass! I understand that a politician might choose a different option, but he sure as hell would want that guy punished and not push it behind.
Same goes for the “n word” that was supposedly said by a protester and directed at Rep. John Lewis. Despite the fact that videos show no evidence of the “n word” being uttered, the Left claims it happened.
$10,000 to the person who can prove such an event occurred. Think a video will surface?
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Posted by Anthony on April 2, 2010
So much for the Leftist assumptions and chants of “right wing domestic terrorism” playing a role in the nine Hutaree terrorists. They blast that if a person is a Christian, then they must be a right winger. I find the exact opposite to be true out here, where the Catholics and Christians are usually on the Left.
Most of the indicted militia members accused of being anti-government extremists have active voting records, a check with area voter registration offices showed yesterday.
One is a registered Democrat, and the party affiliations of the rest could not be determined.
Jacob J. Ward, 33, of Huron, Ohio, voted as a Democrat in the 2004 and 2008 primary elections. He also voted in 10 other elections since 2000. Party affiliation in Ohio is determined by which party’s ballot they requested in the most recent primary election.
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Posted by Anthony on March 28, 2010
Such words echo the comments section of CNN’s article on yesterday’s Tea Party in Senator Harry Reid’s hometown.
And we’re being told the Left is so tolerant of others? Give me a F*cking break.
Interesting that the Tea-Baggers have the time and money to go to Nevada. I figure that they’re either collecting socialistic unemployment compensation, socialistic medicaid or socialistic medicare.
I honestly wish for the death of all these tea baggers
Sarah Palin please understand that you are a retard, you have no idea how to run a country, you are not qualified to be president.
How classy of the Left to say such things. But the Internet is full of them, and in fact their headquarters is DailyKos. Check this one out:
Sarah Palin does not deserve to live in this once great country
Yeah, such class. Don’t bother waiting for condemnation from the Left’s leaders. No, you see, only Conservatives can be extremists.
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Posted by Anthony on March 20, 2010
Last Wednesday, Idaho Governor Otter signed the Idaho Health Care Freedom Act, which challenges the current health care bill in Congress, dubbed “ObamaCare”.
The Idaho Health Care Freedom Act says in part, “every person within the state of Idaho is and shall be free to choose or decline to choose any mode of securing health care services without penalty or threat of penalty.”
Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter, a Republican, said Wednesday he signed it because he believes any health care laws should ensure people are “treated as an individual, rather than as an amorphous mass whose only purpose in this world is to obey federal mandates.”
I like this. While many people can not afford health insurance, many others simply choose not to have it. It is their risk and their gamble, but that’s the blueprint of insurance. The government can not force citizens to buy health insurance.
Sure, these bills won’t do much, because as it goes, federal law > state law. Even so, it is nice to see some states recognizing the irresponsibility in the Democrats’ health care “reform” bill and taking action.
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