Archive for October, 2010

Stolen from Castle Argghhh!

The post-holiday blues can be bad enough on those who are healthy  and fully engaged in their normal activities. Stop for a moment and consider what it might be like for a member of the U.S. or Allied forces who find themselves evacuated to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany. The time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s has been like a fire-hose of attention, visits, and more. Then, suddenly, it’s gone. They are alone in a hospital, in a foreign country, and away from friends, family, and normal support networks. Despite the dedicated efforts of staff and volunteers, the blues can hit hard.

Recognizing that, Gina Elise of the non-profit Pin-Ups for Vets ( and Cooking with the Troops ( have partnered to create Operation Fight Post Holiday Blues. This special event, timed for mid-January to have maximum effect, will combine a special dinner for a planned 150 people cooked by Guest Chef Ellen Adams (, with hospital and other visits by Gina to help drive the blues away. To aid this effort, the team is being joined by author Michael Z. Williamson (, who will also do visits, autographs, and give away books.

Full details on the event can be found at via PayPal. Donors can note on the donation that it is for Operation Fight Post-Holiday Blues. Any funds raised that are not used will be used to support future operations at Pin-Ups for Vets and Cooking with the Troops.

Larger versions of the attached images are available at or through the contacts listed below.


and all participants are available for interviews. To do this event, Pin-Ups for Vets and Cooking with the Troops are looking to raise $15,000. Donations can be made by mail, or online at

This is from Ace. I don’t think I need to add anything else. I fucking hate democrats.

They Hate Our Guts

I hate em right back.


It’s worse than that. Democrats aren’t just dateless dweebs clambering upon the Statue of Liberty carrying a wilted bouquet and trying to cop a feel. Theirs is a different kind of love story. Power, not politics, is what the Democrats love. Politics is merely a way to power’s heart. When politics is the technique of seduction, good looks are unnecessary, good morals are unneeded, and good sense is a positive liability. Thus Democrats are the perfect Lotharios. And politics comes with that reliable boost for pathetic egos, a weapon: legal monopoly on force. If persuasion fails to win the day, coercion is always an option.

At the damned heart of every legislative and executive encumbrance they inflict on us is this: they are buying votes to stay in power over us. Health care. Cap and tax. Environmental bullshit. Financial regulation. Union pension bailouts.


    GM still lying to the people just like the rest of the government, including President O-douche-nozzle. False advertising, subsidizing crap produced by GM and a lying scum bag for a president. Nice…

Volt Fraud At Government Motors –

Green Technology: Government Motors’ all-electric car isn’t all-electric and doesn’t get near the touted hundreds of miles per gallon. Like “shovel-ready” jobs, maybe there’s no such thing as “plug-ready” cars either.

The Chevy Volt, hailed by the Obama administration as the electric savior of the auto industry and the planet, makes its debut in showrooms next month, but it’s already being rolled out for test drives by journalists. It appears we’re all being taken for a ride.

When President Obama visited a GM plant in Hamtramck near Detroit a few months ago to drive a Chevy Volt 10 feet off an assembly line, we called the car an “electric Edsel.” Now that it’s about to hit the road, nothing revealed has changed our mind.


This is an excellent article. I like this paragraph especially.

Pajamas Media » Barack Obama and the Pitfalls of Fraudulent Branding

On the intelligence claims, no proof has ever surfaced that any of the Obama brainiac hoopla was anything other than gratuitous accolades granted via affirmative action and white-liberal racial guilt. No transcripts. No professional articles. Nothing. Nada. From kindergarten through law school, not a single shred of evidence has ever surfaced to show that Barack Obama was ever even a good student, much less the brainy wizard of his advertisers’ imaginations. Since the candidate openly admitted to lots of high-school and college drug use, plenty of hoops-shooting, but nary a blip of organized sports rigor, it’s entirely within the realm of probability that those transcripts have been buried with the same malevolent intent as tobacco companies who deep-sixed their own negative research.


Yep. Unions are more interested in keeping the status quo rather than fix the fiscal problems that America has.
Do what ever you have to do to beat the union mobsters.

Finally: the union web ad against “tea baggers”

Via Stephen Gutowski, a peek inside the attitude of one of the largest government-employee unions towards the people who ultimately pay their salaries. Dare to question the size of government or the growing disparity in compensation between the public and private sectors, and you’re apparently a “tea bagger.” Using the vulgar term in response to demands for accountability puts the issue of the size, reach, and accountability of government into its proper perspective:

The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) released this “teabagger” election ad this week. They hope that by smearing all of those limited government protesters with an offensive sexual innuendo these patriots will stay home on election day.

And, of course, they don’t care that these vile ads are playing on the internet and are heard on the radio so your children can learn how to be mean and rude, too.


Time to see if the federal courts understand the Constitution. It’s quite obvious that the morons in Congress have no clue about the Constitution.
Obamacare needs to die a quick and as painful a death,to the Demoncats, as possible.

Don’t let these asshole politicians ruin America any more than already have.
Don’t let the Commerce Clause be the catch all for Congress. The decision in 1942 to regulate a private citizen’s wheat production that never left his farm, should never have happened.

Opinion: Health Care Suit Tests Basic Principles
By Carrie Severino

As arguments begin Tuesday in a Florida District Court where 20 state attorneys general and the National Federation of Independent Business are challenging the constitutionality of the health care law, the American people can be forgiven for feeling a bit ill at ease about the direction their country is going. James Madison would feel the same way.

Madison’s vision of limited government was integral to the creation of the U.S. Constitution and its ratification, and he thought the limited nature of the federal government was so clear from the text of the Constitution itself that even the Bill of Rights should have been unnecessary.

So imagine his response if the Congress of 1789 had proposed a law like the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — i.e., Obamacare. Nowhere does the Constitution grant the power to force individuals to buy a product.