An Open Letter to Russell King

April 6, 2010

I saw this guy on MSNBC – the Moonbat Channel – and couldn’t help but respond to his “viral” letter.

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Flush Dede Scozzafava -or- How To Fix the Republican Party

November 3, 2009

As far as I’m concerned, the demise of Dede Scozzafava is a prime example of how Conservatives need to take back the Republican Party.  Purge the liberals, and send them packing to the socialist Democrats.

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I’m Basically Done With the Republican Party

April 20, 2009

In 2008, I held my nose and voted for McCain.

When Dick DeVos ran for governor in Michigan, I held my nose and voted for the spineless weenie.

But now, I’m basically done.

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Obama’s Amazing Transformation

March 18, 2009

Gosh, when Barack “The Nazarine” Obama was running around talking about “Hope and Change”, I guess people expected that he was something different than either Bush or McCain, right?

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Dear Mr. Cafferty…

March 10, 2009

So, again, I’m cruising around the Internet, and I find this commentary by Jack Cafferty about the present Republican party.

Here’s my response to Mr. Cafferty.

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Obama’s First Stupid Mistakes.

January 28, 2009

So, I’m reading articles about the present “feud” between The AnointedOne Barack Hussein Obama, and Rush Limbaugh.

Something stuck me as profound about this little tempest in a teapot.  He just telegraphed to the whole world how weak and unsure he is about his presidency.

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A Post-mortem On How Obama Got Elected.

November 18, 2008

I’ll tell you this up-front: there’s very little I can add to what I’m going to link to concerning this post.  A Zogby poll was commissioned by John Ziegler, the author of The Death of Free Speech.  The questions were directed to people who voted for Barack “The Nazarine” Obama in the general election.

The results of the poll should make any freedom-loving US citizen seriously ill.

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