Friday, December 16, 2011

Prediction: Obama will LIE about Iraq

Mark my words, Obama WILL LIE to get re-elected. I predict that he will claim that HE ended the war in Iraq. True it ended on his watch but he did not end it, George Bush ended the war, that's right BUSH ended the war. Obama has done NOTHING but carry the agreements made by the Bush administration. But just watch, Obama will try to take the credit. If he will lie about something this serious then how can you believe anything he says (as if we need more proof!).
On December 14, 2008 President Bush signed the IRAQ STATUS OF FORCES AGREEMENT with Iraq's prime minister Nouri al-Maliki. That agreement stated US forces would withdraw from major cities by June 30,2009 and that was done and that all US forces would withdraw from Iraq by December 31, 2011.
Look it up and when Obama tries to take credit you'll only have one thing you can say about the president...LIER!!!!! Then go to the polls in November, vote Republican for President and Congress and let's get on with the rebuilding of our great country. There is still time to recover from Obama's mess but if he gets another four years we may not be able to repair the damage for decades.

ABC and FOX Debates now in the books

Well we have had two more debates and clearly it is coming down to Newt and Mitt. My take is Newt is the clear front runner with Mitt a close second. Both of them have done very well in these debates. One thing worth noting is that while they have exchanged a few barbs they have for the most part stayed on track and stuck to the issues. I like that. On the other hand it's time to shed some of the excess candidates real soon. Start with Huntsman, he's done, no chance in hell, smart guy, seems nice enough but really he's just taking time from those that have a chance....time to go John, bye bye! Next is Michelle Bachmann, sorry, NO chance and I'm getting real tired of her whining. She is doing more damage then good now, on the attack with her false claims and accusations she is just loading the left with ammo for the future. Reagan said you don't disparage another republican, she should listen. Next is our crazy uncle, Ron Paul. Don't get me wrong, Love Uncle Paul, he is dead on when it comes to the monetary system, Fed, debt and most domestic issues but he is whacked out completely wrong on foreign policy. Sorry regardless he isn't electable, Obama would destroy him in a debate, he can't win so bye bye uncle Ron. The rest of the field is OK to go for now. I'll leave Santorum in there because he is a smart guy and a good possible vice president so folks need to continue to get to know him.
Next up is the Iowa Caucus on Jan. 3. So it starts and off we go....

To watch all the debates in full follow this link:

Friday, December 9, 2011

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Cain Out

And so it goes, Herman Cain is the first to drop out. Caught up in a media storm over sexual allegations and with money drying up because of it there was no other choice. The right loses a strong voice that brought many new ideas and dialog to the contest but do to the harsh reality of presidential politics there was no way he could get elected. The good news is, as he said in his exit speech, he proved that a regular guy with no political background can make a solid run. On top of that it also proves the left wrong when they try to paint the right is raciest. It will be interesting to watch what he does in the future, if he becomes a voice to be reckoned with or fades into history. We'll be watching.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Woman Claims 13-Year Affair With Cain - Herman Cain - Fox Nation

Well to bad, Looks like Mr. Cain is done to me. It doesn't matter if any of this is true or not it's still baggage I don't think he can overcome. I like him, I think he has a lot to offer but I don't think he can beat Obama and what's the use of running someone to place second, it doesn't count and Obama gets to be around to further destroy our country. The Obama billion dollar campaign would use this to pound him into the ground, true or not. Sad, very sad.

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Newt Gingrich Mocks President Obama-Hilarious!

Sunday, November 27, 2011

A Couple more debates under our belt

On 11/19 there was the Thanksgiving Family Forum in Des Moines Iowa and on 11/22 the CNN Heritage Foundation debate in Washington DC. Both were good platforms for the candidates. The Thanksgiving debate was based on faith, the candidates discussed there religion and how it plays in there decision making. Mitt Romney didn't attend. While I am not personally very religious I do think it plays an important part in choosing a president. I want someone that believes there is a higher power to answer to. I an partial to Newt and as far as I am concerned he won hands down. I like the fact that he is a recent convert to the catholic church. The other folks also proclaimed their beliefs, Bachman I think proclaiming the strongest almost born again stature. Good stuff.
The CNN debate was on foreign policy and nuff said Newt ran the house. When it comes to world affairs there isn't anyone close. Ron Paul came off like a total nut bag, sorry but I can't deal with anyone that would just hand nukes to Iran. I like Perry's input that all foreign aid start at zero and then they have to make the case as to why we should give them a dime, Newt agreed.
Best thing to come of it all is Newt is now the front runner, the folks are finally figuring it out, vote for the smartest guy! Can't wait to see him mop the floor with Obama!!

Here is a link to a great page that you can click and watch any of the debates in full.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Gingrich to OWS: Get A Job And Take A Bath

Newt tells it like it is. I would vote for him based on this one statement alone, even if I wasn't already sold...

Saturday, November 12, 2011

The Michigan debate: One candidate falls, one runs away with it - Right Turn - The Washington Post

Well Well, the Michigan debate was sure interesting. I thought Newt did very well but most of the talking heads make Romney the winner. The best moment was of course Rick Perry forgetting the energy department as one of his departments he would close down, the other two being the dept. of education and dept. of commerce. Cain was right on target pushing 999 with every opportunity, the last week of sexual harassment charges not fazing him at all though the polls show him taking a small hit. It's looking like it will come down to Mitt and Newt,  my choice being Newt. The CBS debate tonight (Saturday) on foreign policy should be interesting, I expect Newt to wipe the floor with the rest of them, he after all has much more experience. The attached article is a fairly good rundown of the Michigan debate. More later after the CBS debate.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Speaks for itself!!!!

"Occupy" movement followers don't have a clue!

Ooooo, those evil corporations! This is a good example of the joke known as  the "Occupy" movement. These people don't have a clue as to how the world works. They don't understand when a corporation makes money that is some regular guys pension investment, grandpa's stock portfolio etc. that is making the money. Losers all, I am not of the "99%", I'm with the people that have brain's.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Eric Cantor || Majority Leader || Jobs Legislation Tracker

Track job bills with this site, and they say Republicans are holding things up! Tell your Senator to bring these bills to the floor and tell Harry (the traitor) Reid to do HIS job, quit blocking and start voting.

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11/4/11 Republican Leadership Press Conference

When you hear Obama, Biden and the rest of the Democrats telling you the Republicans are doing NOTHING to create jobs, when they say the Republicans are just obstructionists remember one thing THAT IS A LIE! Contact your Senators and tell them to get off there ass and pass the 16 (to date) bills the house republicans have sent to the Senate. Tell Harry (the traitor) Reid to stop blocking Americas future and quit playing politics with our jobs.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

How much can the 99 percent squeeze out of the 1 percent?

Great article, for those who think taxing the rich is the answer, the math doesn't work. The solution is cutting spending, don't care how many people "occupy wall street" taxing the job makers just doesn't add up to productive economics. Think.... when was the last time you worked for a poor person? Never!

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011


Nice speach from Paul Ryan. What a brilliant guy! I wish the rest of congress got it like he does, we would all be much better off! This is a bit long but well worth the read. Credit to

Speeches and Statements

by Paul Ryan 
The Heritage Foundation – Washington, D.C.
Remarks as Prepared for Delivery 

October 26, 2011
Thank you so much, Ed, for that kind introduction.
We’re here today to explore the American Idea, and I can’t think of a better venue for this topic. The mission of the Heritage Foundation is to promote the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense.
These are the principles that define the American Idea. And this mission has never been timelier, because these principles are very much under threat from policies here in Washington.
The American Idea belongs to all of us – inherited from our nation’s Founders, preserved by the countless sacrifices of our veterans, and advanced by visionary leaders, past and present.
What makes America exceptional – what gives life to the American Idea – is our dedication to the self-evident truth that we are all created equal, giving us equal rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And that means opportunity.
The perfection of our union, especially our commitment to equality of opportunity, has been a story of constant striving to live up to our Founding principles. This is what Abraham Lincoln meant when he said, “In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free – honorable alike in what we give, and what we preserve.”
This commitment to liberty and equality is something we take for granted during times of prosperity, when a growing economic pie gives all Americans the opportunity to pursue their dreams, to provide brighter futures for their kids, or maybe just to meet their families’ needs.
These are tough times. We know all too well that too many Americans are hurting today. And these hardships have reopened our longstanding national debate over what it means to be an exceptional nation. Have those periods of unprecedented prosperity in America’s past been the product of our Founding principles?
Or, as some would argue, have we made it this far only in spite of our outdated values? Are we still an exceptional nation? Should we even seek to be unique? Or should we become more like the rest of the world – more bureaucratic, less hopeful, and less free?
The American Idea is not tried in times of prosperity. Instead, it is tested when times are tough: when the pie is shrinking, when businesses are closing, and when workers are losing their jobs.
Those are the times when America’s commitment to equality of opportunity is called into question. That’s when the temptation to exploit fear and envy returns – when many in Washington use the politics of division to evade responsibility for their failures and to advance their own narrow political interests.
To my great disappointment, it appears that the politics of division are making a big comeback. Many Americans share my disappointment – especially those who were filled with great hope a few years ago, when then-Senator Obama announced his candidacy in Springfield, Illinois.
Do you remember what he said? He said that what’s stopped us from meeting our nation’s greatest challenges is “the failure of leadership, the smallness of our politics – the ease with which we’re distracted by the petty and trivial, our chronic avoidance of tough decisions, our preference for scoring cheap political points instead of rolling up our sleeves and building a working consensus to tackle big problems.”
I couldn’t agree more.
And yet, nearly three years into his presidency, look at where we are now:
  • Petty and trivial? Just last week, the President told a crowd in North Carolina that Republicans are in favor of “dirtier air, dirtier water, and less people with health insurance.” Can you think of a pettier way to describe sincere disagreements between the two parties on regulation and health care?
  • Chronic avoidance of tough decisions? The President still has not put forward a credible plan to tackle the threat of ever-rising spending and debt, and it’s been over 900 days since his party passed a budget in the Senate.
  • A preference for scoring cheap political points instead of consensus-building? This is the same President who is currently campaigning against a do-nothing Congress, when in fact, the House of Representatives has passed over a dozen bills to help get the economy moving and deal with the debt, only to see the President’s party kill those bills in the do-nothing Senate.
Look, we put our cards on the table. Earlier this year, the House of Representatives advanced a far-reaching plan filled with common-sense reforms aimed at putting the budget on the path to balance and the economy on the path to prosperity.
But instead of working together where we agree, the President has opted for divisive rhetoric and the broken politics of the past. He is going from town to town, impugning the motives of Republicans, setting up straw men and scapegoats, and engaging in intellectually lazy arguments, as he tries to build support for punitive tax hikes on job creators.
The tax increases proposed by Senate Democrats and endorsed by the President – when combined with the new taxes in the health-care law, and the President’s other tax preferences – would push the top federal tax rate to roughly 50 percent in just 14 months, while doing nothing to promote job creation.
This tax increase on so-called “millionaires and billionaires” would actually constitute a huge tax hike on the nation’s most successful small businesses. According to the Tax Foundation, the surtax would hit roughly 35 percent of small-business income.
As P.J. O’Rourke put it, “The good news is that, according to the Obama administration, the rich will pay for everything. The bad news is that, according to the Obama administration, you’re rich.”
Actually, the news is even worse. As a practical matter, when you try to chase ever-higher spending with ever-higher tax increases, you eventually run into a brick wall of math.
The President has been talking a lot about math lately. He’s been saying that “If we’re not willing to ask those who’ve done extraordinarily well to help America close the deficit… the math says… we’ve got to put the entire burden on the middle class and the poor.”
This is really a stunning assertion from the President. When you look at the actual math, you quickly realize that the way out of this mess is to combine economic growth with reasonable, responsible spending restraint. Yet neither of these things factors into the President’s zero-sum logic.
According to the President’s logic, we should give up on trying to reform our tax code to grow the economy and get more revenue that way. Instead, these goals are taking a backseat to the President’s misguided understanding of fairness.
Remember that 2008 debate, when ABC’s Charlie Gibson pointed out that raising the capital gains tax rate actually tends to drive revenues down?
Obama replied: “Well, Charlie, what I’ve said is that I would look at raising the capital gains tax for purposes of fairness.” That’s the kind of logic we are unfortunately seeing today. 
Also according to the President’s logic, spending restraint is incompatible with a strong, well-functioning safety net. The belief that recipients of government aid are better off the more we spend on them is remarkably persistent. No matter how many times this central tenet of liberalism gets debunked, like Brett Favre, it just keeps coming back.
The President has wrongly framed Republican efforts to get government spending under control as hard-hearted attacks on the poor. In reality, spending on programs for seniors and for lower-income families continues to grow every year under the House-passed budget – it just grows at a sustainable rate. We direct tax dollars where they’re needed most, and stop spending money we don’t have on boondoggles we don’t need.
The President’s political math is a muddled mix of false accusations and false choices. The actual math is apolitical, and it’s clear: By the time my kids are my age, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office projects that the size of government will be double what it is today.
Government health care programs alone will have grown to consume 45 percent of federal spending. The primary driver of this increase is runaway inflation in health care costs, which are rising at 2 to 3 times the rate of GDP.
It’s impossible to keep funding health care expenditures at this rate. Even President Obama has said, “If you look at the numbers, Medicare in particular will run out of money, and we will not be able to sustain that program no matter how much taxes go up.”
So the real debate is about how best to control these unsustainable costs. And if I could sum up that disagreement in a couple of sentences, I would say this: Our plan is to empower patients. Their plan is to empower bureaucrats.
The Republican plan gives individuals the power to put market pressure on providers and make them compete.
The President’s plan is to give 15 unelected bureaucrats in Washington the power to cut Medicare in ways that, according to Medicare’s own chief actuary, would simply drive providers out of business. This would result in harsh disruptions and denied care for seniors.
Pain like this simply can’t be sustained. So when it comes to out-of-control spending on entitlements, the President’s math simply doesn’t add up.
And his math is no better on the tax side. Let’s say we took all the income from those the President calls “rich” – those making $250,000 or more. A 100 percent tax rate on their total annual income would only fund the government for six months. Just six months!
What about some of the other tax hikes the President likes to talk about? Under the President’s policies, deficits are set to rise by a whopping $9.5 trillion over the next 10 years.
  • Letting the top two tax rates expire would equal roughly 8 percent of that planned deficit increase.
  • Eliminating tax subsidies for oil and gas companies would only equal 0.5 percent of the President’s planned deficits.
  • And what about corporate jet owners? That provision would reduce those deficits by just 0.03 percent.
Look, I’m all for closing tax loopholes – but you can’t close our nation’s deficits by chasing ever-higher spending with politically motivated tax hikes here and there. Instead, tax reform must broaden the base and lower rates.
This policy approach, which has attracted strong bipartisan support, would bolster our fiscal health by increasing competitiveness and encouraging more investment and job creation.
Lately, the President has been fond of taking Ronald Reagan quotes out of context, in an effort to persuade Republicans that Reagan would have agreed with the idea of using fear and envy to push a partisan agenda of permanently higher taxes.
Every time he does this, I can picture Reagan shaking his head: “There you go again.”
Obama quotes Reagan as saying that bus drivers shouldn’t pay a higher effective tax rate than millionaires. Well, that’s a no-brainer. Nobody disagrees with that.
But it is simply disingenuous to use this quote as evidence that Reagan would have supported the tax increases that Obama wants Congress to pass.
Reagan was attempting to build support for the landmark 1986 tax reform, a revenue-neutral law that reformed the tax code by lowering tax rates while broadening the tax base.
Reagan’s point – which President Obama clearly missed – was not that we should raise tax rates to chase out-of-control spending in Washington.
His point was that we should get rid of loopholes that are exploited by the few, so that we could lower everyone’s tax rates and help the economy grow.
The House-passed budget includes this kind of tax reform, which many agree would provide an immediate boost to the economy. Our budget proposed getting rid of scores of loopholes, lowering the hurdles for job creation and economic growth, and making our tax code fair, simple, and competitive.
In his address to Congress last month, the President said he agrees in principle with this kind of reform, especially when it comes to the uncompetitive way we tax our businesses.
This made Republicans think, well, we might have an opportunity here for the kind of genuine consensus-building that the President talked about as a candidate.
Yet he chose not to pursue this kind of tax reform. Instead, he sent us a partisan bill filled with the same stimulus proposals that failed two years ago, only this time he also asked for permanent tax hikes to go with them.
He’s also failed to work with us on another area where one would think we could find common ground: ending the lavish subsidies and government benefits that go to those who are already successful.
The House-passed budget was full of proposals to get rid of corporate welfare and crony capitalism.
  • Why are tax dollars being wasted on bankrupt, politically-connected solar energy firms?
  • Why is Washington wasting your money on entrenched agribusiness?
  • Why have we extended an endless supply of taxpayer credit to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, instead of demanding that their government guarantee be wound down and their taxpayer subsidies ended?
Rather than raising taxes and making it more difficult for Americans to become wealthy, let’s lower the amount of government spending the wealthy now receive.
The President likes to use Warren Buffett and his secretary as an example of why we should raise taxes on the rich.
Well, Warren Buffett gets the same health and retirement benefits from the government as his secretary.
But our proposals to modestly income-adjust Social Security and Medicare benefits have been met with sheer demagoguery by leading members of the President’s party.
The politics of division have always struck me as odd: the eagerness to take more, combined with the refusal to subsidize less.
Instead of working with us on these common-sense reforms, the President is barnstorming swing states, pushing a divisive message that pits one group of Americans against another on the basis of class.
This just won’t work in America. Class is not a fixed designation in this country. We are an upwardly mobile society with a lot of movement between income groups.
The Treasury Department’s latest study on income mobility in America found that during the ten-year period starting in 1996, roughly half of the taxpayers who started in the bottom 20 percent had moved up to a higher income group by 2005.
Meanwhile, half of all taxpayers ended up in a different income group at the end of ten years. Many moved up, and some moved down, but economic growth resulted in rising incomes for most people over this period.
Another recent survey of over 500 successful entrepreneurs found that 93 percent came from middle-class or lower-class backgrounds. The majority were the first in their families to launch a business.
Their stories are the American story: Millions of immigrants fled from the closed societies of the Old World to the security of equal rights in this land of upward mobility.
Telling Americans they are stuck in their current station in life, that they are victims of circumstances beyond their control, and that government’s role is to help them cope with it – well, that’s not who we are. That’s not what we do.
Our Founding Fathers rejected this mentality. In societies marked by class structure, an elite class made up of rich and powerful patrons supplies the needs of a large client underclass that toils, but cannot own. The unfairness of closed societies is the kindling for class warfare, where the interests of “capital” and “labor” are perpetually in conflict. What one class wins, the other loses.
The legacy of this tradition can still be seen in Europe today: Top-heavy welfare states have replaced the traditional aristocracies, and masses of the long-term unemployed are locked into the new lower class.
The United States was destined to break out of this bleak history. Our future would not be staked on traditional class structures, but on civic solidarity. Gone would be the struggle of class against class.
Instead, Americans would work, compete, and co-operate in an open market, climb the ladder of opportunity, and keep the fruits of their efforts.
Self-government and the rule of law would secure our equal, God-given rights. Our political and economic systems – rooted in freedom and responsibility – would reward, and thus cultivate, traditional virtues.
Given that the President’s policies have moved us closer to the European model, I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised that his class-based rhetoric has followed suit.
We shouldn’t be surprised... but we have every right to be disappointed. Instead of appealing to the hope and optimism that were hallmarks of his first campaign, he has launched his second campaign by preying on the emotions of fear, envy, and resentment.
This has the potential to be just as damaging as his misguided policies. Sowing social unrest and class resentment makes America weaker, not stronger. Pitting one group against another only distracts us from the true sources of inequity in this country – corporate welfare that enriches the powerful, and empty promises that betray the powerless.
Ironically, equality of outcome is a form of inequality – one that is based on political influence and bureaucratic favoritism.
That’s the real class warfare that threatens us: A class of bureaucrats and connected crony capitalists trying to rise above the rest of us, call the shots, rig the rules, and preserve their place atop society. And their gains will come at the expense of working Americans, entrepreneurs, and that small businesswoman who has the gall to take on the corporate chieftain.
It’s disappointing that this President’s actions have exacerbated this form of class warfare in so many ways:
  • While the EPA is busy punishing commercially competitive sources of energy, a class of bureaucrats at the Department of Energy has been acting like the world’s worst venture capital fund, spending recklessly on politically favored alternatives.
  • While the unemployment rate remains stuck above 9 percent, a class of bureaucrats at the National Labor Relations Board is threatening hundreds of jobs by suing an American employer for politically motivated reasons.
  • And while millions of Americans are left wondering whether their employers will drop their health insurance because of the new health care law, a class of bureaucrats at HHS has handed out over 1,400 waivers to those firms and unions with the political connections to lobby for them.
These actions starkly highlight the difference between the two parties that lies at the heart of the matter: Whether we are a nation that still believes in equality of opportunity, or whether we are moving away from that, and towards an insistence on equality of outcome.
If you believe in the former, you follow the American Idea that justice is done when we level the playing field at the starting line, and rewards are proportionate to merit and effort.
If you believe in the latter kind of equality, you think most differences in wealth and rewards are matters of luck or exploitation, and that few really deserve what they have.
That’s the moral basis of class warfare – a false morality that confuses fairness with redistribution, and promotes class envy instead of social mobility.
I’d like to introduce President Obama to the Ronald Reagan he isn’t so eager to quote – the man who said, “Since when do we in America believe that our society is made up of two diametrically opposed classes – one rich, one poor – both in a permanent state of conflict and neither able to get ahead except at the expense of the other? Since when do we in America accept this alien and discredited theory of social and class warfare? Since when do we in America endorse the politics of envy and division?”
President Reagan was absolutely right. Instead of policies that make it harder for Americans to rise, let’s lower the hurdles to upward mobility.
That’s what the American Idea is all about. You know, in the midst of all the joys and sorrows of our everyday lives, I think we sometimes forget why America was considered such an exceptional nation at its Founding, and why it remains so.
To me, the results of the Founders’ exceptional vision can be summed up in a single sentence: Throughout human history, the American Idea has done more to help the poor than any other economic system ever designed.
Americans, guided by our ideals, have sacrificed everything to combat tyranny and brutal dictators; we’ve expanded opportunity, opened markets, and inspired others to resist oppression; we’ve exported innovation and imagination; and we’ve welcomed immigrants seeking a fresh start.
Here in America – unlike most places on earth – all citizens have the right to rise.
Thank you.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Full Bloomberg Republican Debate In New Hampshire

As of this posting I have not had a chance to see the whole debate. From what I have seen it looks like Romney commanded the drivers seat with Cain holding up second place, Newt pulls no punches, coming on strong, especially when it comes to the Fed and Dodd/Frank. More later, here is a link to watch the full debate online since it was on Bloomberg TV and I expect not available to many viewers.

Full Bloomberg Republican Debate In New Hampshire

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Green energy, Green jobs, lies and deceit

If you have been watching the news you have seen the reports about Solyndra, the solar panel company that went bankrupt. Obama and his cronies pushed through over 500 million in loan guarantees to a company that they knew was in trouble.  They knew it but needed a place to photo opp and push the Obama green agenda. Some are saying that Solyndra failed because of Chinese undercutting prices and to a degree that is correct but what they don't say in the liberal press is that they would have failed anyway. The so called green movement is a fraud, these companies can't survive without government subsidies anyway.  There isn't enough demand, no market for the product without a huge government handout attached. That's our tax dollars on both ends, financing failing companies selling heavily subsidised product. It just doesn't work. The market will decide when such products can be successful, not the Obama administration, government can't pick winners and losers only the free market can decide.
The answer to our energy needs is to open the markets for what we have right here right now and filter in new technologies as they come available at competitive prices.  What Obama is doing is trying to make the decision for the free marketplace.  He is starving our energy supply to attempt to create a demand for green crap! We should be opening up our own supplies of oil, coal, natural gas and more right now. We have enough natural gas alone to supply our needs for the next 100 years.  Right here in our own country. Obama would rather hold up exploration and production, give millions to countries like Venezuela to drill off there shore. It's nuts, we are being manipulated by Obama to try to force feed us an agenda that is a total failure, costing us billions, destroying whole industries and costing thousands of jobs.
Proof is in the pudding.  Solyndra isn't an aberration, but it's just a cog in the wheel. Evergreen Solar Inc. got 5.3 million of stimulus money and is now bankrupt.  SpectraWatt Inc. got 500K of stimulus money and they're bankrupt. Mountain Plaza Inc. got a stimulus grant of 242K and they're bankrupt.
These are just a few examples, there are many more. How about those who" shovel ready jobs"in that were promised? I guess those shovel ready jobs weren't so shovel ready after all says Obama! Thanks Dude, way to know what your talking about when spending a trillion of our dollars.
I am as environmental as the next guy, I hate that we are cutting old growth wood, destroying rain forests,  spewing smog from our cars and so on. I agree with those that what to keep our water clean but there has to be a balance, some common sense. When the blabla fish in some stream in northern California means no water for farming and the breadbasket of the USA and the land dries up, farmers go bankrupt and food prices skyrocket I say fuck the fish, give them there water. This is just a small example of the environmentalists left that is just flat wrong. Do what matters and makes sense but the good of nation comes before all else.  Be a good steward of the environment, do the right thing. Green is OK but it must be something we do because we care, not something that is forced on us by some bureaucrat in Washington DC. Obama, quit wasting our tax dollars, you don't know what your doing, you've never run anything in your life. Let the market decide, that's what we do here in the USA.
Drill Here, Drill NOW!

Sunday, September 25, 2011

The left just doesn't get it, check this out!

Great clip from CBS Face the Nation. Debbie Wasserman Schultz Democratic Representative from  Florida perhaps one of the farthest left Obama butt kissers in congress still blaming all our troubles on Bush. Hey Debbie, Bush has been gone for 3 years get over it, you guys own it now, this is the Obamaconomy lock stock and barrel.  Love it, the new Democratic slogan "It could have been worse" replaces that hope and change thing. OBama himself said if he couldn't fix the economy in 3 years he should be a one term President, well he has proved he hasn't got a clue what to do so I support that assessment. Bye Bye BO.

We'll give Debbie a Green Level CPA just for being such an idiot, Congrat's!

Cain wins Florida straw poll

Herman Cain won the straw poll in Florida, so much for those racist republicans huh! Cain is a serious contender for right now. He is one of the only candidates that will answer a question straight on with out a bunch of talking points. I at least hope he stays in the field for awhile, his input is important to the conversation. Here is a link to the details of the win.  Congratulations to Mr. Cain.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Fox / Google Debate

Last nights debate on Fox didn't reveal anything new but did show more depth in the candidates. I think Romney was the winner but Ron Paul won by a wide margin in the Fox online poll. Perry better get himself together, he comes off as akward and unprepared, not good, whoever is the nominee will have to be on his toes to debate Obama, no doubt, credit where due Obama can talk the talk but( that's all he seems able to do). This time there was a newcomer to the lineup, Gary Johnson, another former Governor that doesn't have a chance even though he did deliver the best soundbite of the evening. "My neighbors two dogs have created more shovel ready jobs then this administration." he said, great line even if he did lift it from Rush as it later came out. The discourse between Romney and Perry heated up with both arguing about what they have wrote in there books. I think Romney won most of the jabs but find overall the back and forth a bit distracting. Thinking back to 2008 the front runners were Rudy Giuliani and Fred Thompson and we all know what happened to them. I don't know if either one of these guys are going to make it, still to early to tell. I thought Newt did well again, always steady and to the point. Bachmann continues to backtrack, she just seems to rehearsed. Paul was great, love our crazy uncle! All in all a good debate, the moderators did a great job and kept the show going, giving ample time for all to respond. Off and running, on to the next one.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Tom Ridge endorses Jon Huntsman for President

Ahhhhhh, ok, so what.... Ex Homeland Security Secretary that doesn't matter supports guy that doesn't stand a chance. Gee glad I saw that in the news! See I'm fair, I can knock Republicans LOL!

Obama's Attack Watch is instant joke

The Obama team has launched another web site, this time they are looking for info on anyone who voices there displeasure with the Prez. The problem for them is that it took less then 24 hours for it to become a big joke. Do these morons really think Americans are going to run around the web and snitch on fellow Americans that don't agree with the sludge the Whitehouse spews out day in and day out. Descent is part of the system, we are allowed to disagree, that's what makes us different from most of the rest of the world, that's why as Americans YES we are better then "them". Hey Obama, your site is a joke and we don't give a crap how you want to spin it, your administration is a load of crap as well. Long live the truth, you won't find it on Attack Watch, that's for sure!

Just because it's so stupid, we give Attack Watch a green level CPA

These videos hit the web within hour's of "Attack Watch", Very funny!!

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

GBTV goes live

Glenn Beck TV started it's full broadcst schedule Monday. I highly recommend it, very well done and I am a Beck fan. Don't agree with everything but feel he has a point of view that needs to be listend to. Even if you don't like him you have to give him credit for this undertaking. A full web based network with top notch production values on this scale has never been done. The set, video quality, everything was as good as Fox had to offer. This could be the future of TV, it couldn't have been done just a few years ago but now with high speed internet almost everywhere here we go. Also launched, very smart, were the iPhone and iPad apps, they work great as well. If his business model works you will see a lot of this, I think it's great! Good luck Glenn, I'll be watching!

CNN Tea Party debate

Well, CNN did a better then expected job putting on the debate unlike the super bias MSNBC. I thought Wolf did a good job as moderator, he kept it moving along and gave each of the candidates time to address there questions without letting them dwell to long. Bachmann stepped up her position and I think gained some points. Perry was on the defensive a lot, you would expect he would have to being the front runner, they were after him. I don't care much for his giving in state tuition to illegals or his executive order making vaccinating 12 year old girls against the papilloma virus mandatory but at least he had the balls to admit he was wrong. Romney was slick as ever and had a few good one liners. Cain came across good again, likeing him more all the time. Loved his answer to those that said he doesn't understand how Washington worked.."it doesn't" he said, can't argue with the facts! Ron Paul was feisty as ever.
The after rap up was much better then MSNBC, I didn't get to see it all but what I did see looked to be fairly middle of the road with equal right and left representation. In all CNN did a good job staying in the middle, I give Blitzer credit, he set the tone early.
Here is a good article on the CNN web site for more.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Obamas "Jobs for America" plan earns a CPA

I was going to write about Obama's Jobs speech but came upon this article that really says it all.

Obama's job plan earns him his first 2011 COW PIE AWARD

MSNBC GOP Debate coverage wins first award of the season!

MSNBC gets a COW PIE for the most bias coverage ever for a political event. Fox is slanted to the right, yep I said it BUT even though they are they still have the least bias news on the planet, yep I said that to! Now lets look at MSNBC, or should we say the Obama BJ channel, I have never seen anything like it. This joke of a news network is all far left all of the time. There coverage of a GOP debate was a bad joke, who even allowed this to happen? And to have it at the Reagan Library, what an insult, you could hear Reagan screaming from his grave....Nooooooo......
Post debate coverage was just plane insulting. Left, Left Left.......... what a joke!!

GOP Rundown

OK now, here we are, the GOP stage is set, we have our candidates (we think). We have had a couple debates and are getting to know what they are about. Here is a quick thought on what I think so far.

Michelle Bachmann
I like her, she is the Tea Party Favorite but although the Tea Party is an important group you can't get elected with them alone. Lets just sum it up with some reality.... she won't get the nomination and can't win against Obama... she's out.

Newt Gingrich
The smartest man in American politics today. Nobody understands government like Newt. I would vote for him in a second. His understanding of issues and solutions is miles past the rest. Sad to say though, he ain't gonna get it...he's out. I hope he continues to campaign as long as possible, his viewpoint is imperative to the debate.

Ron Paul
Love Ron Paul, the GOP's crazy uncle. He is the most radical of all in his views, a strict constitutionalist. One area that he is spot on about is the Federal Reserve and money policy, listen up folks, pay attention to crazy uncle Paul, this is one area he is totally right on. Nuff said...he's out.

Herman Cain
The real thing, a business man that understands what it takes. Like this guy, he answers questions the clearest of all the candidates. Love that whatever they ask him he answers "1-you gotta do this 2- then this 3- then that". He knows his subjects and is clear on what he feels is needed to address them. His 999 tax plan may be a bit simplistic but at least he has a plan. Unfortunately he can't win--he's out.

Jon Huntsman
Who? OK, seems like a smart guy but doesn't have a chance. He should be kept for consideration for the guy that does win, his experience with China would be valuable.

Rick Santorum
I like him, bright man. Maybe a good pick for VP but he can't beat Obama so he's out.

Rick Perry
The current front runner and newest addition to the lineup. Don't know much about him yet but he seems OK. I don't know from what I have seen if he is smooth enough to win but will reserve my opinion for a while.

Mitt Romney
The most likely candidate to win the nomination. Smart businessman, that is a big plus, someone that has actually run something. He has a few skeletons though, the biggest is Romneycare. Although he is set to kill Obamacare it's still a problem for him to get over. I must admit there is just something, don't know what, that turns me off, hope to get over it. I think it is as the talking heads have pointed out, he needs to get his smooth on... we'll see.

There you go, my choice is Newt but I do live in the real world. Let's just get someone that can beat Obama because the bottom line is, a chimp on crack would be better then OhBummer!


Here is the COW PIE threat chart. Awards will be placed on posts when warranted. Based on the old Homeland Security color rating you can check the chart to see how serious a threat an award recipient is to the welfare for our country. Enjoy!!!

Here are the awards as you will see them on posts.

Thursday, September 8, 2011


Welcome to the new Moov-On blog. For some background you can go to my old page at to see where it all began. I make no bones about what the contents here will be. This is my opinion and viewpoint, I am a Republican, far right but not religious right. Comments are very welcome but will be screened before allowed to post.
As you can see the name of the blog is Moov-On, your right it is a take off on that far left web site and every insult, parody, mock and disparaging implication is fully meant. George Soros is pure evil in my book.
This is the home of the infamous COW PIE AWARDS, I will post the COW PIE chart from time to time so you can find out what the awards mean.

I will try to keep up but be patient, time is limited. Most of the posts may be links and quick comments.

The 2012 election cycle begins, Obummer MUST go. Let the dirt fly, this should be fun!!!