The Comedy Stylings of Barack Obama

2010 September 10
by justrand

Since I’m the president and Democrats have controlled the House and the Senate, it’s understandable that people are saying, you know, ‘What have you done?‘”

Barry O’ at his Press conference, 9/10/2010

Well…he HAS screwed the country utterly and maybe permanently.  So it’s not like he hasn’t been trying!!

74 Responses leave one →
  1. 2010 September 10 4:46 pm
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    janzam permalink

    41 Obama aides owe IRS $831,000 in back taxes — and they’re not alone

    This is from the L.A. Times, no less! There appears to be a pattern among Obama’s team.

  2. 2010 September 10 4:55 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    Does anyone pay their taxes in that administration? I honestly think paying them would disqualify you from a job there.

  3. 2010 September 10 5:10 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    For those of you who think Sarah Palin made a mistake in endorsing Christine O’Donnell, please click on the link below. Pay special attention to the first column (Castle’s position) and the third column (Democratic Party position). Notice how many times they agree.

    http://projects.washingtonpost.com/congress/members/c000243/votes/against-party/

    Hat tip: Washington Post

  4. 2010 September 10 5:18 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    that’s interesting about Castle. I’d like to see the list of when he voted against Dem policies. I take it that is just the list of votes agreeing with them.

  5. 2010 September 10 5:29 pm
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    janzam permalink

    bc I saw that Washington Post article earlier. And, yes, Castle is definitely no conservative. But, on some of the important votes, like health care and tax increases, he did differ with the dems, and voted “no.”

    O’Donnell’s negatives (for me) remain the same, in that her personal and public life are a mess! This is a Senate position she is running for, not some municipal job, and she can’t even manage her own personal finances!!!

    Even if she had run a successful business, done something where competence was exercised, I would be looking at her differently. There are so many new citizen politicians running for office — farmers, pharmacists, military people — all who have demonstrated a honed skill, intellect, responsibility, anything that would be an asset for such a high office.

    What has O’Donnell done, except previously run for office, lose, talk about conspiracy theories, and then try to get on as a 3rd party candidate?

  6. 2010 September 10 5:42 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Castle differed with the Dems because his vote wasn’t needed (and because he was planning to run for senate). If Castle’s vote is needed, expect Obama to wine and dine him like he did Collins, Snowe and Specter. And, expect the same results.

    Castle has done or said nothing to indicate that he will do anything different than he has done in the past.

    I am fairly pragmatic. If you remember, I said Carly made sense when DeVore was the favorite of many on this blog. But, Castle is no Carly. Nominating Castle is like proposing to a woman who you caught gang-banging your buddies in the garage after you had them over for a poker party and knowing there’s a good chance she will be screwing the best man in the church basement while the reception is still going on.

  7. 2010 September 10 5:50 pm
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    janzam permalink

    bc

    I understand what you are saying about Castle, although I don’t know if that was his motivation in not supporting HC.

    However, what I want to know from you, is what makes O’Donnell better? Just because she voices stances which may mimic a conservative’s, what has this woman done to “show” she is worthy and has the competence to be a Senator?

    BTW, if I lived in DE, I might even sit this one out, as I don’t like either candidate….O’Donnell’s reported dishonesty though is a real turn-off for me!

  8. 2010 September 10 5:52 pm
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    janzam permalink

    Another adjective that seems to fit O’Donnell is “flakey.” That radio interview with Gaffney was a disaster!

  9. 2010 September 10 5:56 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    If O’Donnell wins, she will be a solid conservative vote. I don’t really care about her personal finances. I don’t care if she’s a flake. I care about how she will vote. If she wins, O’Donnell will be a solid vote in opposing Obama in a lame duck session.

    Millionaires (who were supposedly smart business people, married well or were born into the right families) will have put our country $13 trillion in debt. Besides, if she is in the senate, she can pay off her creditors.

    By the way, Mike Castle, who is quite well off, has paid fines for being late in paying his taxes. Right now, O’Donnell is not only being attacked by Castle, but also has to fight the state and national GOP.

    Do the names Arlen Specter and Jim Jeffords ring a bell?

  10. 2010 September 10 6:05 pm
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    brucefdb permalink

    Out of principle I support O’Donnell until she loses, which seems likely. Guys like Castle make me want to throw things. I think he is to the left of all our current R Senators and that is saying something. I can just picture him in the Rose Garden next year supporting Obama while he whines about Health Care being defunded and all the women and children that are dying because of it (with a lot of them on stretchers expiring while he talks, of course they are expiring from listening to Obama speak but the press won’t notice). I think even the Maine sisters are not as bad as this guy. Is it better to have him than a Dem? Do I miss Lincoln Chaffee?

  11. 2010 September 10 6:07 pm
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    brucefdb permalink

    I’m tired of disagreeing with my pal janzam, I am going to have some vino and enjoy the evening…..have fun y’all.

  12. 2010 September 10 6:14 pm
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    janzam permalink

    Well, I guess that is where I differ with you bc. O’Donnell really has no track record demonstrating what kind of conservative she will be — “solid” or imbalanced. At least, with Castle, you know his weaknesses in spades, and cannot expect much from him except that he would most likely caucus with the republicans, and supply an R to another Senate seat, giving the GOP a closer opportunity to be in the majority.

    Castle has shown, at least in the past, to blow his dem opponent away in the polls. Now, with all the bitterness between him and O’Donnell, I think her supporters will be less likely to support him, should he win the primaries. So, he might lose, even if he wins the primary. And, O’Donnell is seen as a weirdo in DE, and has relatively no chance to win. She is no Miller of AK, or Brown of MA, in likeability or electability.

    Basically, I think DE has been eliminated from contention.

  13. 2010 September 10 6:16 pm
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    janzam permalink

    Bruce,

    It’s not really a disagreement, just a difference of opinion. I think we both want what’s best…it’s just that we disagree on just what that “best” is.

    Enjoy your evening, Bruce!

  14. 2010 September 10 6:17 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Supposedly Jim DeMint just endorsed Christine O’Donnell

  15. 2010 September 10 6:19 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Janzam –

    Using your logic, we should prefer a known axe murderer over someone with whom we are not familiar.

  16. 2010 September 10 6:23 pm
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    janzam permalink

    Taking this dialogue a step further…I think the Teaparty movement has been deleterious to the outcome or “potential outcome” of the midterms.

    In Nevada, Angle was by far the weaker of the R candidates there. Sue Lowden was the candidate Reid didn’t want to run against, and he got his wish. Now that contest has him leading more than being behind.

    DE is proving to be the same story. Castle was way ahead of Coons. And, now with O’Donnell making waves, encouraged by the TeaPary Express coming to her aid, a turn-over in DE is slipping away.

  17. 2010 September 10 6:24 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Jim DeMint via Twitter:

    I’m proud to endorse Christine O’Donnell for US Senate in Delaware. She will stand strong for the principles of freedom.

    I’ve been criticized by some of my Republican colleagues for saying I’d rather have 30 Republicans in the Senate who believe in the principles of freedom than 60 who don’t believe in anything.

    Let me make myself even clearer: I’d rather have 30 Marco Rubios in the Senate than 60 Arlen Specters.

    But, if that were the case I wouldn’t have to settle for 30, because strong conservatives who believe in a constitutional limited government like Marco Rubio will pave the way to a new Republican majority that will keep our promises to the American people!
    The best way to re-earn the trust of the American people and to reclaim a Republican majority is to find and support more candidates who believe in the Principles of Freedom.

  18. 2010 September 10 6:26 pm
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    janzam permalink

    Yes, DeMint has endorsed O’Donnell.

    And, no, bc, your ax murderer comparison doesn’t fly.

    O’Donnell is really not unknown, in that she has a lot of negative baggage, and nothing in her repertoir to neutralize that by something “good” in her resume.

    Would you hire someone like that?

    I wouldn’t.

  19. 2010 September 10 6:28 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Yesterday Palin … today Demint … tomorrow the Huckster? Mitt will likely endorse O’Donnell on Wednesday.

    Boys and girls, it’s going to be s shoot-out. Delaware is a closed-primary state.

  20. 2010 September 10 6:28 pm
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    janzam permalink

    O’Donnell is no Marco Rubio, either.

    However, if she gets through the thicket of all this, wins the primary, I will wish her well, and hope for the best.

    My main goal in this midterm is to oust the dems, and hopefully have the republicans either regain the majority or have enough numbers to be a real pain in the a** for Obama to get anything through!

  21. 2010 September 10 6:30 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    “Would you hire someone like that? ”

    Woul I hire a person who has some minor problems over a known untrustworthy person who I know would help my competitors steal businss from my company? Every day of the week.

    With both Palin and DeMint weighing in for O’Donnell, it’s going to make a lot of undecided voters consider O’Donnell.

  22. 2010 September 10 6:33 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    I am not saying Christine O’Donnell is a Joe Miller or Marco Rubio. What I care about is that she is not Mike Castle.

    I sent Christine $25 the day before Palin endorsed her. Maybe Palin and DeMint are following my lead.

  23. 2010 September 10 6:35 pm
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    janzam permalink

    bc

    Is the DE primary next Tuesday? If so the debate will be moved along and hopefully over by then, as to who will represent the R in the midterm Senatorial race. I just don’t like what I’ve heard and read about O’Donnell, and am quite honestly surprised by the heavy hitter type of support she has received.

    If I am wrong about her, I will be delighted. But, I have to go with my own assessment on this, at this point.

    Off to dinner.

  24. 2010 September 10 6:35 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    ‘What have you done?‘”

    Isn’t the tense wrong? Should this not be —

    ‘What the HELL are you doing?’

  25. 2010 September 10 6:41 pm
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    TLS permalink

    I sent Christine $25 the day before Palin endorsed her. Maybe Palin and DeMint are following my lead.

    Hey you know, I sent Jow Miller $50 the weekend before he won the primary! coincedence? or BJG karma?

  26. 2010 September 10 6:42 pm
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    justrand permalink

    I lost the thread of this thread somewhere along the line! 🙂

    in re. Castle…I remain convinced that if he can flip a DEEP DEM seat, and O’donnell can’t then he is the man in THAT race. Again, even if he only vote 1/2 the time with the Repubs…that 100% MORE OFTEN than the Dem would! It’s Delaware, for crying out loud…why the hell is it even a STATE??? 🙂

  27. 2010 September 10 6:43 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    If o’donnell is th candidate, my belief is she will lose in Delaware in November while Castle would most likely have won.

    God help us if it is a 50-50 tie and Durbin or Schumer is majority leader because Delaware was not carried by the GOP.

  28. 2010 September 10 6:44 pm
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    justrand permalink

    this is my “Contribution Weekend”. Much to Mrs. Justrand’s chagrin, I am going to look closely at races across the country and select those where my money just might have an effect!! I’ll post my list sometime late tomorrow [for all those eager for that news! 🙂 ]

  29. 2010 September 10 6:45 pm
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    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Janzam, us Tea partiers are all about getting rid of RINO’s. That is awhat we are doing in Delaware, just as in Alaska, Utah, Florida and a whole host of othr congressional races. We (most people here agreed) stated that as our goal and said plainly that the primaries were the battleground. When she wins, she will have plenty of support from us.
    and that is a huge thing this election cycle.

  30. 2010 September 10 6:45 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Jamzam –

    I have never said Christine O’Donnell is the second coming of Sarah Palin, Nikki Haley or Sussana Martinez. Palin and DeMint are endorsing her because they realize what a disaster Castle would be for the GOP in the Senate.

    I really don’t understand your problem with O’Donnell. If she wins, O’Donnell will be a solid conservative. If Castle wins, he will be a solid liberal. O’Donnell will hardly be the first member of Congress with financial problems.

  31. 2010 September 10 6:46 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    And again—-All you’ll hear is the Rep cut the moderates out of the party and they need to move to the left by all the pundits which will lead to further problems. The far right hijacked the party.

  32. 2010 September 10 6:47 pm
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    RepublicanPundit permalink

    MI, as I said last night, if it ends up 51-49 for R’s, Castle would swithc parties, just like Jeffords and Specter.

  33. 2010 September 10 6:48 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    And I would sooner see O’Donnell than Castle. I just don’t believe she can carry a state like Delaware.

    But, I didn’t think Scott could carry Mass either. HA

  34. 2010 September 10 6:50 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    Castle needs to be asked if invited to the WH would he sell his vote for a bribe like Nelson did?

  35. 2010 September 10 6:52 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    MI Conservative –

    Uning your philosophy we should always support moderate Republicans because they will attract independents and are more likely to win (because conservatives will join in to vote against the Democrat).

    Isn’t that philosophy what got the GOP and the country in the mess it is? If we had more Tom Coburns and fewer Trent Lotts in the senate between 2000 and 2006 ….

    Jim DeMint and Sarah Palin just gave the national GOP the finger, although Sarah is far too ladylike to do that. She would drive one of her spike heels into their balls instead.

  36. 2010 September 10 6:53 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    MI Conservative –

    If Mike Castle were even a Scott Brown, but he’s not.

  37. 2010 September 10 6:54 pm
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    justrand permalink

    Kristi Noem, South Dakota will DEFINATELY be getting a contribution from me this weekend.

    Her Democrat oppenents website never HEARD of the Democrat Party! All of a sudden Herseth Sandlin is an “Independent”. Puhleeeze!!!

  38. 2010 September 10 6:55 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    MI Conservative –

    How many Dems vote with their party less than 85% of the time? How many Republicans do?

  39. 2010 September 10 7:02 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    i’ve benn searhing for about 10 minutes. O’donnell has a lit of garbage. I ne ver looked into her. here is just one from politico

    FROM—-

    * POLITICO
    * Ben Smith
    * Not false, just premature

    Not false, just premature?

    Christine O’Donnell is not holding up well to scrutiny, as Dave Catanese reports on the degree she’s long claimed:

    Seventeen years after she attended the school and two weeks before her Republican primary against Rep. Mike Castle, Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell officially earned her college degree, according to an official from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

    Scott Giglio, assistant director of public relations at the Madison, N.J., university, told POLITICO the Tea Party Express-backed Senate hopeful was officially awarded her bachelor of arts degree in English literature on Wednesday.

    Citing privacy reasons, Giglio could not explain the reasoning behind the timing, but O’Donnell’s campaign manager said Friday the candidate met a final course requirement this summer.

    “She’s gone through the process to receive her degree, that’s not the story. She fulfilled the last course requirement this summer. It was just a general elective course,” said O’Donnell campaign manager Matt Moran.

    But that contradicts previous explanations O’Donnell has given about her education history….

  40. 2010 September 10 7:06 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    I’m just hoping she can carry the state. I think Delaware is so far left she can’t win. I hope I’m wrong.

    I read the same comments about CHristie here. He’s the best Rep can do in NJ. He’s turned out great. So maybe Castle would too. His stand on abortion would make it impossible for me to vote for him. but—

  41. 2010 September 10 7:08 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    MI Conservative –

    Ben “BS” Smith is one of numerous Politico writers who was a documented Journolist members.

    The Dems can’t lose if the candidates are Castle and Coons.

  42. 2010 September 10 7:09 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Like Pelosi, Kerry, Kennedy, etc. Castle is a pro-abortion Catholic.

  43. 2010 September 10 7:16 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Yhe NRA just endirsed O’Donnell:

    DOVER, Del. (AP) The National Rifle Association has endorsed tea party favorite Christine O’Donnell in Delaware’s Republican U.S. Senate primary.
    The NRA said Friday that it can depend on O’Donnell to defend the Second Amendment right to bear arms.

    The group is asking all Delaware gun owners and hunters to vote for O’Donnell in Tuesday’s primary.O’Donnell is challenging longtime U.S. Rep. Michael Castle, who has received a grade of “F” from the NRA for his views on gun-related legislation.

    Hat Tip: Hot Air Pundit

  44. 2010 September 10 7:29 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    I just spent the last 30 minutes looking into Castle’s votes.

    He is all over the place.
    1.Naral rated him 30% meaning he is pro-life most of the time in their eyes. Another org rated him pro-choice. Looking at his abortion votes it is better than i thought he would be but still sucks.
    2. He is conservative on economics but liberal on gun control.
    3. Tough on defense but–is a tree-hugger and hates drilling for oil.

    He probably votes depending on whether he got lucky in bed the night before. HA

  45. 2010 September 10 7:30 pm
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    MI Conservative permalink

    pro-abortion Catholic.

    No such thing in my mind.

  46. 2010 September 10 7:32 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    So we go from a ‘penny for your thoughts’ to a ‘hooker for your vote’. Is that it? If that is the case we should have chipped in to the DC madam to defeat the HC vote.

  47. 2010 September 10 7:35 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    “He probably votes depending on whether he got lucky in bed the night before. HA”

    He’s 71.

  48. 2010 September 10 8:18 pm
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    justrand permalink

    Castle, like all politicians can read polls. and the POLLS say do NOT switch the degraded brand of “Democrat”

    If Castle is elected as a Repub he will stay a Repub.

    I don’t LIKE the man…but he will be better than a Dem in that seat

  49. 2010 September 10 8:30 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Castle, like all politicians can read polls. and the POLLS say do NOT switch the degraded brand of “Democrat”

    If Castle is elected as a Repub he will stay a Repub.

    Like Jim Jeffords, who left the GOP in 2001 when the party controlled the Presidency and both houses of Congress?

  50. 2010 September 10 8:49 pm
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    janzam permalink

    bc

    While no one can say for sure if Castle will hang in with the R’s (although I think the likelihood is that he would), the same can be said for how O’Donnell will conduct herself should she get into office.

    You have to admit, bc, the woman absolutely has no record of achievement in her life — personally, politically or business-wise. So, for you to vounch for her absolute conservatism by her words is poppycock (wow, I’ve never written that word before)!

  51. 2010 September 10 8:51 pm
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    janzam permalink

    Joe Miller, on the hand, was a veteran, a lawyer. Palin, governor of AK. Brown had already held office in MA. Even Rand Paul is a doctor.

  52. 2010 September 10 8:53 pm
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    janzam permalink

    These people all achieved something in the way of a career, education, some kind of goal which took effort and determination. I just don’t see those qualities in this O’Donnell chick (unfortunately)!

  53. 2010 September 10 9:01 pm
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    justrand permalink

    janzam: “So, for you to vounch for her absolute conservatism by her words is poppycock (wow, I’ve never written that word before)!”

    You’ve taken your first step in a larger world, Luke! 🙂

  54. 2010 September 10 9:05 pm
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    mpthompson permalink

    Hey, if anyone is still up, does anyone know when the Fox News Timeline for 9/11 will be playing Pacific time? My Tivo scheduling doesn’t reflect anything, but I would really like to record it. Also, does it basically repeat the real-time broadcast of 9/11 over many hours?

  55. 2010 September 10 9:06 pm
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    janzam permalink

    LOL, Justrand, sometimes when I type, words just pop out of nowhere.

    Oh well, I’m getting overly invested in this topic. But, it’s been kind of fun to debate it. Come, Tuesday, though, the dice will have been tossed and then that will be that.

  56. 2010 September 10 9:11 pm
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    4,000 images I’ve collected over the years of 9-11.

    http://picasaweb.google.com/knighth

    54- It was good. It’s running in place of Greta. History\discovery did some good “fresh” ones this week as well.

  57. 2010 September 10 9:16 pm
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    mpthompson permalink

    KH, do you know when it will be rebroadcast? Hannity is currently on here, but I’m hoping it will start at 10pm as others have mentioned. Does it run for several hours?

  58. 2010 September 10 9:18 pm
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    mpthompson permalink

    KH, thanks for the Picasa link. I’ll definitely be looking it over.

  59. 2010 September 10 9:27 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    KH, good archive! You ought to talk JM into a sidebar link.

  60. 2010 September 10 9:27 pm
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    janzam permalink

  61. 2010 September 10 9:32 pm
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    janzam permalink

    A reason for DeMint’s endorsement:

    DeMint spokesman: ‘Since the polls have narrowed rapidly in the last week, Sen. DeMint decided to voice his support.’
    about 4 hours ago via HootSuite
    Retweeted by 3 people

    H/T HA

  62. 2010 September 10 9:51 pm
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    mpthompson permalink

    Here is a complete archive for 9/11/01 coverage over three days on about five different television channels.

    http://www.archive.org/details/sept_11_tv_archive

    I just watched the initial reports at 8:40 am on CNN and a Fox affiliate. Very emotional stuff. I’ll download this for my own archives so my children can one day watch it to understand what happened that day.

  63. 2010 September 10 10:01 pm
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    Mpt it should be on after hannity ends.

  64. 2010 September 10 10:06 pm
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    Thanks for the TV link, though I remember most of it clearly. It was amusing in weird way watching that program tonight cause I even remember the lead story they were talking about that morning prior to the crash – Gary Conduit being cleared of ethics issues, then to see that fox and friends segment about it was eerie.

  65. 2010 September 10 10:28 pm
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    Deckard permalink

    O/T –

    I’ve had it , I’ve had it, I’ve had it. I’m done trying to explain current events and their ramifications to sheep-le who won’t wake up and see the light.

    Just got off the phone with a friend from Denver who doesn’t see what the big deal is about the protests at GZ or about Islam as a whole. I tried explaining it to him and it’s as if I was speaking Mandarin to him for the first time.

    It is not that difficult to understand, people – the situation at GZ, the president’s stance on international terrorism, or even, the hypocritical coverage of the backlash from the muslim world -it’s about Islam gaining a foothold in the American infrastrcuture. Their religious existence is incompatible with our system of democratic representation of a government that is run on a representative republic. End. Of. Story.

    Either I’m nuts – or the rest of the world is – and I’m not kidding. This is starting to alarm me – how out of touch people really are. It’s as if I was transported to this planet but not a physical member of it. That’s the best way I can describe it. Liberals are wearing headscarves and conservatives are suffering in prisons because of their stances. Liberal Women – when will you wake up and realize that the leverage you give Islam will be the burden and chains you bear when they become large enough to enact Shariah Law? Everything that Susan B. Anthony fought for, everything that the feminists in the 19th and early 20th centuries fought for – went for naught to appease Muslims? You thought not about having the freedom for birth-control and voting rights – that they were hard to come by – try the possibility of not being able to vote in the future because of Shariah law that has expanded and taken control of US government? Is what Ms. Anthony did in vain? Will you sacrifice your freedom at the altar of appeasement just to claim that you were politically correct – yet lose everything in the meanwhile?

    Things to think about,’
    -J

  66. 2010 September 10 10:44 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    The 9/11 event is probably the first major breaking story where the Web played a major part. I remember myself and a few coworkers glued to a big screen monitor watching it unfold. Much of the content coming from alternate sources, like the Verizon CO building that was half a block away. A CO tech just pointed a webcam that direction and we watched.

  67. 2010 September 10 11:41 pm
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    Deckard – You are not nuts imho, and yes it all should alarm you, I know it does myself.

  68. 2010 September 10 11:53 pm
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    “DETROIT – New General Motors Co. CEO Daniel Akerson will get the same $9 million pay package as the man he replaced, Ed Whitacre.

    Akerson, a former telecommunications industry and private equity executive, will receive $1.7 million in annual salary, $5.3 million in short-term stock payable over the next three years, and another $2 million in stock that’s part of the company’s long-term executive compensation plan.”
    —-
    Good for Daniel, but wasn’t barry ripping on people like him just months ago?

  69. 2010 September 11 3:13 am
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    judyt2009 permalink

    “You have to admit, bc, the woman absolutely has no record of achievement in her life — personally, politically or business-wise.

    ummmm….sounds exactly like the person we have in the White House now… no record of achievement.

    But I looked at her resume. Mainly she has been a marketing consultant and a political talking head for these past 20 years, and ran for political office for the last 4.

    I trust Mark Levin’s opinions. I say we need to support the most conservative candidate…. voting for McCain was the last time I want to hold my nose.

  70. 2010 September 11 6:03 am
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    justrand permalink

    janzam, that Meg Whitman add having Bill Clinton rip Jerry Brown up is a KILLER!!! thx!

    Deckard, you’re not alone. I’ve had similar converstaions with friends…and a few ex-friends…over that and other topics. They ARE out of touch…dangerously in some cases. To them the election of Barack Obama healed the world.

    Hold fast!! 🙂

  71. 2010 September 11 6:26 am
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    justrand permalink

    from a thread at HotAir:

    “What we should do with captured Muslim fanatics who are really nothing more than extremely dangerous, psychotic serial killers, is to have highly publicized trials where the convicted perverts are sewn into pigs’ skins and buried alive. This will guarantee hell for eternity and NO virgins. Whereas Muslims do not fear death they do fear eternal damnation especially sewn into an animal the Muslims consider the most vile of all-the unclean, disgusting pig.This is their weakness and should be exploited to the full. In psychology it is called dealing with people at their own cognitive level.”

    Amen!

  72. 2010 September 11 6:53 am
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    JBoz permalink

    Maybe someone should accidentally spill a few barrels of pig blood on the site of proposed site of the Ground Zero Mosque.

  73. 2010 September 11 8:29 am
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    drdog09 permalink

  74. 2010 September 11 1:51 pm
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    72 – or accidentally set off some gas explosions every time they get the first floor built “opps have to start over,,, opps have to start over”. I would suggest all those on the project work to sabotage the construction.

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