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  • Can this happen in dealing with Obamacare?

    06/29/2012 3:03:14 AM PDT · 35 of 57
    kara2008 to Doug Loss
    Since the bill originated in the Senate (didn't it?), it is unconstitutional by virtue of the above clause.

    Apparently not according to Hot Air's post about this. See Say, doesn’t the Constitution require tax bills to originate in the House?

    SNIP..."The bill that passed the Senate wasn’t technically a Senate bill. Reid took a bill that had already passed the House, stripped out the provisions to turn it into a “shell bill,” and then inserted the text of ObamaCare to get around this requirement. The bill that passed the Senate was H.R.3590, which initially had to do with tax breaks for military homeowners. And yes, they’ve used the “shell bill” strategy before. In fact, the conservative opinion today specifically mentioned Article I, section 7 at one point while raising no objection to Reid’s sleight of hand.."

    SNIP...The silver lining here procedurally is that, now that the mandate’s officially a “tax,” it falls squarely within the parameters of budgetary matters than can be dealt with in the Senate via reconciliation. That means the GOP will only need 51 votes to get rid of it, not 60.

  • 46 Reasons to Repeal ALL of Obamacare NOW

    06/28/2012 8:37:56 PM PDT · 1 of 10
  • Wisconsin Recall Election: Thread 2

    06/05/2012 8:50:25 PM PDT · 760 of 911
    kara2008 to kara2008
    Via HotGas:

    Update: Bobby Jindal: “A lot of people thought it would be a late night in Wisconsin. I think it’s going to be a late night in Chicago.”


  • Bush to return to White House to unveil official portrait (May 31)

    05/19/2012 4:25:41 AM PDT · 13 of 23
    kara2008 to Uncle Slayton
    Since George is a big Lib with an R (compassionate!) by his name perhaps he should use this portrait? Marx certainly inspired W with so very much, including his “I’ve abandoned free-market principles to save to save the free-market system” idiocy. George “saved” the “free market “ with BIG GOVERNMENT??? Yes! And he created the fabulous Medicare part D! No child left behind. Patriot act. Marx would be so PROUD! Way to go "compassionate" republican George...


  • Sarah Jessica Parker to host Obama fundraiser at her NY home

    05/18/2012 9:35:12 PM PDT · 27 of 37
    kara2008 to jimbo123
    Barf Alert...via the DailyMail

    Sarah Parker said:

    For me, this election is even more important than 2008.

    As a woman, a mother, and an entrepreneur, I need to believe our country can be a place where everyone has a fair shot at success.

    This November's election will determine whether we get to keep moving forward, or if we're forced to go back to policies that ask people like my middle-class family in Ohio to carry the burden - while people like me, who don't need tax breaks, get extra help.


    If she wants to support a Marxist/Communist like Obama, then she needs to lead by example. Why not live like a true communist, and give up every dollar, property, and everything else she owns, and "redistribute the wealth"! She can work for free!!! But, no, she's just another empty headed limousine liberal who's massively confused.....

  • Mark Levin talks about Executive Order National Defense Resources Preparedness (This is atrocious)

    03/20/2012 3:23:29 AM PDT · 2 of 24
    kara2008 to kara2008
    Rough transcript below: 0:43-18:33

    Well, we have this executive order that’s been updated. Issued by the White House, apparently late on Friday, called the National Defense Resources Preparedness. I’ve taken a close look at it as have many others.

    You know, I knew there was something like this out there, but I have to confess, I never read it before. This is atrocious. This was in place in 1950 for the Korean War and subsequent wars I guess, um, but I don’t like it.

    This could, in the wrong hands in fact, be abused by a President. This is not new to Barack Obama incidentally. I said 1950. But this is an awful amount of power to convey to a President under any circumstances.

    And the question is. After that power is used in some “emergency” circumstance how do we get back to a situation in which that power devolves back to the People, back to the different branches of government, back to these private industries and so forth? And to ignore that is foolish. And even though there is a statutory basis for what this executive order says….Congress does not have statutory authority to change the balance of power under the Constitution. No branch of Government has that authority under the Constitution.

    Now, I can understand some emergency powers for a President if we’re attacked in the case of war and so forth, but there’s two problems with this. I don’t like this notion of a standing emergency order, that’s number one, and number two, it’s one thing for a President to act quickly when the usual deliberative processes can’t work, but it’s quite another to authorize a president to so thoroughly upend the Constitution. I just don’t like it. And let me say this. I especially don’t like it under this president. Because in my view, this president disrespects the Constitution to begin with. So he’s not a Ronald Reagan who would after asserting authority if he did, which he didn’t , and say OK now, we’ve got to put things back in order. I don’t think this president would do it for a second. Given his long track record in three years, long enough, and I won’t go thru the gory details, you’re well aware of it.

    These utopian statists, are hostile towards Constitutionalism, as I’ve said over and over again, and they must be. Because the Constitution limits their power and yet the power of the presidency increases every time there appears to be an emergency or at least a claimed urgency. And to some extent today under this President, I’ve said this before, we have an imperial president, this president is trying to rule by Executive fiat. By Federal regulation. And so in the hands of a President like that, with that kind of a mindset, I’m extremely troubled with this Executive Order. And now that we can all see it and we all know what it is, it’s problematic, again particularly in his hands.

    The government generally and the president specifically does not normally have this kind of power. The president today exercises more power than his predecessor. And so I would argue that a republican congress should we take the Senate, needs to pull this back. Or needs to reform it in a significant way. Particularly, if Obama is re-elected. Fingers crossed that he won’t be. I don’t want this kind of, what should we call it, latent, because it’s sitting there, this kind of latent power in the desk drawer of this president. I don’t trust him. I don’t trust him with all of this power. I don’t trust most presidents with all of this power. And neither did the framers of the Constitution. There’s nothing in the Constitution like this. In case of emergency, you know, you can make claim to these resources, and those resources…nothing in there like that.

    Then I’m thinking to myself, have we ever fought a war, short of the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, where anything of this sort would even be necessary? If it was even necessary in those instances. And the answer is no. I don‘t believe even in WWII this executive order didn’t exist in World War II, or the act, the Defense Production Act of 1950.

    Now if measures need to be taken, urgent measures, they should have a temporary timeframe, statutorily I mean. There has to be a way with modern technology if a president needs certain powers, to act for invative for instance, or some third world country fires off a bunch of nuclear weapons, because we didn’t stop them in the first place from building them, there needs to be a plan to address that, but you address that on a temporary basis. Why do you have to trash the entire Constitution over this? So this is alarming to me.

    And when you read this, I printed it out and its twelve pages long based on my printer, we’ve got, I’ll read you some of the headlines, Mark what are what are you talking about, well, prepare and coordinate, priorities and allocations, expansion of productive capacity and supply. I mean, you’ve got an entire top down control of a great deal of the private sector. Um. Strengthening domestic capability and uh and it’s just uh late(?) requirement goes on and on that the defense production act committee, the various cabinet officers, director of Hum Be (8:29 Sp?), they address civil transportation, farm equipment, fertilizer, food resources, food resource facilities, health resources, offsets, special projects, strategic and special materials, water resources, and it goes on and on.

    That’s an extraordinary amount of power and it’s not Constitutionally based. I’m not one of these guys that rings alarm bells all the time, but this troubles me. I don’t like it. I don’t care if it was adopted in 1950 or not and I urge Congress to take another look at this. Particularly given this President’s brazen statement about “fundamentally transforming America, particularly given this President’s brazen conduct in office with his Czars, with his unconstitutional appointments, with his efforts to uh to rule by regulation, and so forth. This requires a new (?), and yes, I don’t believe this president can be trusted with a much power as this statute provides him with. ….I mean his mindset. Given his approach to governing.

    My buddy Shawn Hannity today was talking about Woodrow Wilson….I spoke about this at some length at the Reagan Library which was played on CSPAN twice yesterday, and I’ve talked about the (?)…I’ve written about them. Woodrow Wilson rejected the most important line in the Declaration of Independence:, the line of unaliable rights, I have it right here. I have it right here. Constitutional government in the United States this represents a number of lectures, Columbia University lectures, put together in 1907, later in 1911 (?)…Columbia University Press that I cited in Ameritopia, and just to sum up, Woodrow Wilson not only attacks the most important line in the Declaration of Independence, that involves your individual sovereignty, he brutally attacks the Constitution, he rejects the notion of Federalism and state sovereignty, he rejects the idea of divided government with three branches and enumerated powers, he talks about the government as if it’s a human being with organs and he makes the point over (?) they have to work together. And he talks about (my words) creating a judicial oligarchy with master minds who know best. Congress should take a much power as Congress can. Ther president above all the others ….should use as much power as he can get away with. That’s the bottom line. That is the basis today of the modern Democrat party under Obama, Pelosi and Reid. We have a Woodrow Wilson institute in the nation’s capitol, the Woodrow Wilson Institute. I guarantee they’re not teaching Constitutionalism and the Declaration. The notion of individual liberty and the nature of man and all of these things that are crucial to our founding. And to our liberty. But Obama embraces this notion that Wilson talked about as did FDR. More on this when we return.

    So this executive order and the statute that underlays it, need to be revisited in my view because I don’t believe a statute of this sort which claims to confer this kind of power on a president is constitutional. I really don’t. And I don’t believe it is necessary. A president has certain inherent powers I believe in times of war particularly when war reaches our own beaches; it’s got a lot of power that’s not inherent as a matter of fact, a lot of direct and numerated authority in the Constitution, that’s an act of war, so I am somewhat uncomfortable about all of this. And it grows out of the mindset that of the new deal as well, at a time when centralized all powerful government was the fad and apparently has never stopped. So it’s something that needs to be addressed in my view. Now, on the other hand, I wouldn’t panic everybody, became this has been around a long time in it’s essential form. But, I think a lot of us weren’t quite – weren’t quite aware of it – I certainly wasn’t aware of a – the extent of it – and I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all. How do we put his back into the box if its unleashed? What are its limits if its unleashed? And I think that’s what concerns a lot of you. Particularly under this president and it’s perfectly legitimate to say so. Well other presidents ok, but this president is different. THIS president wants to fundamentally transform America. THIS president has already, in my humble opinion, abused his powers. And if he were a conservative republican or if his name was Richard Millhouse Nixon, um, then the democrats in Congress would be going all kinds of wackoo to deal with. Uh. But not now. All power is good power when it’s in the hands of a lib apparently. Now, that’ s my view anyway.

    There’s also an individual who Franklin Roosevelt relied on. His name was Henry Segar. And he was a professor at Columbia. And he was part of the Kennedy lectures series 1910. Henry Rogers Segar. And he was a big proponent of Social Security as a matter of fact, he was relied on by the Roosevelt FDR brain trust, as they were developing unemployment insurance and social security. And one of the tings that troubled the late professor Segar (sp), was this whole notion of American Individualism. He says it’s in their blood. It’s in their system. They had it before they had a declaration. I’m paraphrasing. They had it before they had a Constitution. It persists to this day. It’s a powerful force. And he essentially argues that until we delude the individual of this kind of value – that they’re on their own that they are independent, until we change the psychology in America – and he referred to it as the psychology in America – until we change the thinking of the individual in America – to be thinking about community – about cooperation – about consensus…Until we start that process of changing the psychology of the American people he wrote, then we can’t have progress. We can’t have progress. SO he was basically mouthing with the Fabian Socialists in Europe had been mouthing and others in the United States had been mouthing. And this was very alluring to Franklin Roosevelt and his brain trust. These utopians. This is the mindset that continues to this day, the attack on the individual. The attack on the individual’s private property rights, the attack on successful individuals. You see, YOU stand in the way of paradise ladies and gentlemen, that is why an executive order like this in the hand of somebody who is essentially embracing this attitude is problematic to me. He has no more respect for the Constitution and its limits than he would for a statute like this under the wrong circumstances.

  • Mark Levin talks about Executive Order National Defense Resources Preparedness (This is atrocious)

    03/20/2012 3:21:41 AM PDT · 1 of 24
    THANK YOU Mark Levin (the Great One)for opening your show with a very valuable disussion of the NDRP EO. I was VERY concerned and upset about this EO when it broke on FR and over the Internet this weekend. My first though was to listen to you on Monday for your informed opinion on this matter. Thankfully you addressed it in your show opening. You confirmed many of our warranted apprehensions about this EO instead of dismissing it (Hot Air - Ed Morrissey and American Thinker) and ignoring it (Rush, Drudge et all). Thank you Mark for speaking up and for addressing this in a thoughtful and rational manner. *** For those that missed Mark's show, I will post a rough transcript below or you can go to his site and listen to the 3/19 show.***
  • Government takeover of the Land of the Free?

    03/18/2012 3:07:46 PM PDT · 32 of 42
    kara2008 to Mother Mary
    And this comment:

    Ed, I think you could have done some more research before posting this “all clear.” Specifically, look at the language change in Section 201, part b.

    It now says:

    (b) The Secretary of each agency delegated authority under subsection (a) of this section (resource departments) shall plan for and issue regulations to prioritize and allocate resources and establish standards and procedures by which the authority shall be used to promote the national defense, under both emergency and non-emergency conditions.

    The 1994 document you linked to says nothing of “non-emergency” conditions. This is a broad and frightening expansion of the Executive Branch’s power to ration food, energy, health care, water, and “all other materials, services, and facilities, including construction materials” whenever the president deems it necessary, under both emergency and non-emergency conditions. What non-emergency conditions would merit such rationing? Emergency political conditions, that’s what.

    This is a stunning grab for power over the nation’s resources and its people’s liberties.

    Wake up, Ed. Really. Wake up.

  • How to Earn Money at NASCAR Races (My FIRST Kindle Article!!!)

    02/12/2012 6:16:56 PM PST · 29 of 33
    kara2008 to PJ-Comix
    Hey PJ - You might want to check out Vook if you decide to publish a MOBI/EPUB ebook. It's supposed to be better than Smashwords. I *think* they still have a free beta testing trial up. I signed up for it, but I haven't gotten around to using it yet. But, it looks promising! Good luck with your Dummies book!
  • Sarah Palin Wows CPAC 2012; Proved Her Conservative Relevancy

    02/11/2012 4:23:13 PM PST · 20 of 59
    kara2008 to arkady_renko
  • Florida Legislature to Propose Internet Sales Tax

    02/01/2012 4:03:47 PM PST · 2 of 6
    kara2008 to Joe Brower

    FL ping!

  • Florida Legislature to Propose Internet Sales Tax

    02/01/2012 3:59:11 PM PST · 1 of 6
    I received this email from AFP about the proposed Florida Internet sales tax today. Has anyone else heard about it? I sent an email via AFP to oppose the bill, but I'm not holding my breath. It's infuriating that they keep adding more fees and taxes instead of reducing spending.
  • Florida AG Pam Bondi lets the cat out of the bag regarding Romney's National Healthcare plans

    01/27/2012 11:52:15 PM PST · 71 of 185
    kara2008 to Fred

    Does anyone have a link to the full Pam Bondi clip?

    I live in FL and would like to send it out to as many people as possible. Pam Bondi should resign NOW if she wants to impose RomneyCare in FL.

  • Debate Winner: Mitch Daniels [So Says Weekly Standard Editor, Bill Kristol]

    01/23/2012 10:17:19 PM PST · 44 of 93
    kara2008 to Steelfish
    Isn't RINO Mitch too busy trying to increase taxes via the Marketplace Fairness Act to run?

    Via HotAir on 1/21/2012:

    "Indiana government officials and the nation’s largest online retailer have reached an agreement to begin collecting Indiana sales tax on Internet purchases.

    Indiana will become the fourth state to reach such an agreement with, but Gov. Mitch Daniels (R) said he wants federal legislation to address the online sales tax issue.

    “The only complete answer to this problem is a federal solution that treats all retailers and all states the same,” said Daniels in a statement.

  • Watch Last Night's episode of the Glenn Beck Program for Free (Restoring Love Event in Dallas)

    12/09/2011 4:40:42 PM PST · 1 of 6
    Glenn Beck explains why he is organizing the three day Restoring Love three day event in Dallas next July. For more information see:

    Glenn Beck announces “Restoring Love”, a three day “Celebration of Service” in Dallas, TX

  • House rejects balanced budget proposal

    11/18/2011 11:42:06 PM PST · 77 of 99
    kara2008 to illiac
    Levin: What the hell good is John Boehner? None!

    Levin blasted Boehner for his Balanced Budget Amendment, saying that if it had passed it would have been the biggest spending and taxing tool in American history since it didn’t cap spending as a percentage of GDP or force a 2/3rds majority to raise taxes. Levin proclaims “Thank God the liberal Democrats didn’t vote for this and ram it through!”

  • Romney on Romneycare: ‘I Am Not Going to Walk Away From That’

    11/17/2011 11:28:38 PM PST · 64 of 111
    kara2008 to rabscuttle385

    Romney is a PROGRESSIVE with an R by his name. Does he really think the R by his name fools us? He’s a big government, huge statist progressive. End of story.

  • Polls: Gingrich Grows on GOP Voters

    11/11/2011 11:45:18 PM PST · 115 of 169
    kara2008 to Steelfish
    A blistering reality check on Newt Gingrich


    How is Gingrich an improvement on Mitt Romney?

  • Mark Levin keynote at Defending the Dream Conference (Video)

    11/05/2011 4:44:44 PM PDT · 1 of 5
    An outstanding speech by The Great One. (Video: 30:39)
  • Beck Discovers Story of One Town's "Declaration of Independence' (Video)

    11/04/2011 8:37:10 PM PDT · 2 of 9
    kara2008 to cripplecreek

    GB ping!

  • Beck Discovers Story of One Town's "Declaration of Independence' (Video)

    11/04/2011 8:36:08 PM PDT · 1 of 9
    IMHO, the two clips (5:59 minutes and 10:11 minutes) posted at the link are very inspiring.

    The conservatives from this NJ town were inspired by the Declaration of Independence and changed their local government for the better.

  • The Truth About Occupy Wall Street (Video Glenn Beck)

    10/27/2011 8:15:56 PM PDT · 16 of 21
    kara2008 to Politics4US

    He said he thinks the ticket will end up being Romney and Rubio. I do not know if he will endorse anyone or not.

  • The Truth About Occupy Wall Street (Video Glenn Beck)

    10/27/2011 5:43:06 PM PDT · 9 of 21
    kara2008 to jafojeffsurf

    Thanks for posting on FB. The more people (outside of FR) who know that OWS is not a grassroots “peaceful” movement the better. Cheers.

  • The Truth About Occupy Wall Street (Video Glenn Beck)

    10/27/2011 4:39:21 PM PDT · 1 of 21
  • Senate bill would make selling fake maple syrup a felony offense

    10/22/2011 4:10:31 AM PDT · 78 of 84
    kara2008 to ExCTCitizen
    Our brilliant "public servants" at work!

    "Did you really think we want those laws observed?" said Dr. Ferris. "We want them to be broken. You'd better get it straight that it's not a bunch of boy scouts you're up against... We're after power and we mean it... There's no way to rule innocent men. The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws. Who wants a nation of law-abiding citizens? What's there in that for anyone? But just pass the kind of laws that can neither be observed nor enforced or objectively interpreted – and you create a nation of law-breakers – and then you cash in on guilt. Now that's the system, Mr. Reardon, that's the game, and once you understand it, you'll be much easier to deal with."

    ('Atlas Shrugged' 1957)

  • Tea Partier Forced To Break Down Flag Pole, Occupy Protesters Left Alone

    10/22/2011 3:52:40 AM PDT · 18 of 21
    kara2008 to Watchdog85

    Communists = A-Okay
    Tea Party Patriots w/the American Flag= Disturbance/law breakers
    The world is upside down.

  • Occupy Cleveland permit has expired (Police Showdown developing?)

    10/22/2011 3:45:06 AM PDT · 11 of 21
    kara2008 to EBH

    Cleveland Huntington ping...
    Look! They all have matching tents! It’s all grass roots!/sarc

  • Watch GOP Frontrunner Mitt Romney Praise Liberal Lion Ted Kennedy For His Role In Passing RomneyCare

    10/15/2011 3:03:49 AM PDT · 12 of 12
    kara2008 to Qbert
    Watch GOP PROGRESSIVE Frontrunner Mitt Romney Praise Liberal Lion Ted Kennedy For His Role In Passing RomneyCare

    Fixed the title.

  • Top Rubio Staffer Reportedly Pushed for Early Florida Primary to Help Romney

    10/13/2011 11:33:10 PM PDT · 21 of 22
    kara2008 to Bigtigermike; Joe Brower
    This doesn't reflect well on Rubio.

    Hot Air also reported on this. The comments are interesting.

    Report: Marco Rubio’s top aide pushed to move Florida primary up to benefit Romney

  • WVU Patron,Philanthropist, Pharmaceutical giant, Milan Puskar dies (another AMerican success story)

    10/08/2011 1:40:43 PM PDT · 15 of 21
    kara2008 to MadelineZapeezda
    Mike was a great man. I am so sad to hear that he passed. He was brilliant, very generous and unique. He will be greatly missed. Mylan is an outstanding company and I salute his success and legacy. God bless you Mike.

    (I knew Mike personally. I went to WVU and worked at Mylan for five years. Mike hired me right out of college. It's a great company and Mike was a wonderful man. RIP.

  • Mark Levin: Sarah Palin NOT running in 2012

    10/05/2011 4:02:35 PM PDT · 286 of 1,710
    kara2008 to RepublicanChick
    The entire Mark Levin interview with Sarah is posted here:

    Also, Palin will be on Greta tonight.

  • Herman Cain upsets Rick Perry in Florida straw poll

    09/24/2011 4:53:53 PM PDT · 124 of 212
    kara2008 to ClearCase_guy

    Congrats to Herman Cain! I like Cain and I'm happy that a conservative won.

  • Breaking: Meg Whitman named CEO of HP.

    09/22/2011 2:13:47 PM PDT · 38 of 72
    kara2008 to Lazlo in PA
    HP makes pure junk and their support is horrendous.

    The USBs ports on my laptop failed two months ago. I've been trying to fix it w/HP since that time. I was on the phone with tech support for over TWO hours yesterday and was transferred to at least TEN different people. I gave up and emailed HP. I got a canned email directing me to call a different HP phone number. I'm furious! HP "support" and customer service is beyond bad.

    This is my THIRD HP laptop that is totally messed up. Add it to the 1 $600 laser printer that doesn't work and a defective all-in one that's sitting in my closet. I will NEVER ever buy another HP product ever again. EVER.

    New Dell XPS 17" notebook i7 is on the way! Ha!

  • The man who would be veep (Rubio)

    09/19/2011 6:11:08 PM PDT · 79 of 149
    kara2008 to scottteng
    As a Floridian I can not understand the hype over Rubio.

    I agree. I voted for Marco, but I'm still leery of him because he voted for and championed a "green" energy bill for the state of Florida -- The 2008 Energy and Economic Development Legislation (HB 7135)-- when he was speaker.

    Among other deplorable “green” initiatives, HB 7135 requires “major” emitters to report emissions through the Florida Climate Registry and calls for the development of a cap-and-trade system to regulate greenhouse gas emissions in the state of Florida.

    The cap and trade/green legislation was RINO Charlie Christ's "pet project." Rubio worked with him to push it through and Christ praised Rubio for doing so.

    Needless to say, I am very leery of Rubio. He gives great speeches, but I'll judge him on his actual record, not on his words. We shall see.

  • Need Question for Presidential Debate about Israel

    09/19/2011 2:24:41 AM PDT · 33 of 69
    kara2008 to Texas Eagle; Hildy
    That's a fantastic question! I'd LOVE to hear them answer that one. Especially WHY CONgre$$ exempted themselves, their families and their staff from Obamacare. If Obamacare is SO fantastic why did they exempt themselves? It's just like Russia!

    Here's a question about the ROLE of the federal government as it pertains to the Constitution and the economy.

    Are you committed to restoring the federal government’s role to its defined Constitutional role in order to enable the federal government to live within its means, reduce the debt and unleash the tremendous job creation engine of the private sector?

  • Tea Partier challenges Boehner for House seat

    09/17/2011 3:07:36 PM PDT · 135 of 239
    kara2008 to Outlaw Woman
    Bonehead is readying a $1 trillion omnibus/continuing resolution for passage next week. The omnibus is reported to be at least $24 billion higher than the House-passed budget. House conservatives are gearing up for a fight with Democrats and Boehner/Cantor over the massive size of the upcoming continuing resolution.

    Way to go Boehner! Spend MORE! It's just sickening.

    Fight on the Right: Conservatives battle massive omnibus spending bill

  • AttackWatch Twits

    09/16/2011 6:13:30 PM PDT · 42 of 76
    kara2008 to Kaslin


  • Super creepy Joe McGinniss on Today Show promoting his slimey “book”

    09/16/2011 3:37:10 PM PDT · 14 of 46
    kara2008 to E. Pluribus Unum
    It's too kind to even call it trash or toilet paper.

    This super creepy slimeball should be reported to AttackWatch STAT! /sarc

  • Super creepy Joe McGinniss on Today Show promoting his slimey “book”

    09/16/2011 3:11:29 PM PDT · 1 of 46
  • Perry comes under fire at the CNN/Tea Party Debate

    09/12/2011 9:00:37 PM PDT · 88 of 236
    kara2008 to Admin Moderator
    I didn't excerpt one word from the CNN article. I excerpted Michelle Malkin and attributed her in my comment before the excerpt from her article. (Michelle Malkin source article). Can I re-post my comment or can you restore it? Thanks
  • Perry comes under fire at the CNN/Tea Party Debate

    09/12/2011 8:51:42 PM PDT · 75 of 236
    kara2008 to SamAdams76

    I agree. Perry is no conservative. I don’t understand why so many want to settle for the same old same old wishy washy RINO politician. I will absolutely support Perry if he wins the primary. But, this country NEEDS a true conservative (such as Palin, Cain or Bachmann) who will stand on conservative principles and refuse to compromise.

  • (LIVE THREAD!) Republican Presidential Debate #5 - Sep. 12, 2011 8pm/5pm: Tampa, FL (CNN)

    09/12/2011 7:44:08 PM PDT · 1,588 of 2,229
    kara2008 to LuvFreeRepublic
    Did you just hear Newt giving kudos to Sarah. Big time WOW

    What did Newt say?

  • (LIVE THREAD!) Republican Presidential Debate #5 - Sep. 12, 2011 8pm/5pm: Tampa, FL (CNN)

    09/12/2011 7:22:09 PM PDT · 1,429 of 2,229
    kara2008 to parksstp

    I agree with your assessment. Newt is a fantastic debater. But, I’ll never be able to get that image of him sitting on the couch with Pelosi pushing the fraud of GlobullWarming. Oh well. He was really good in the debate tonight.

  • (LIVE THREAD!) Republican Presidential Debate #5 - Sep. 12, 2011 8pm/5pm: Tampa, FL (CNN)

    09/12/2011 6:48:06 PM PDT · 1,124 of 2,229
    kara2008 to not2worry

    Oh please. I am so sick of politicians giving convoluted B.S. answers. Michelle is being strong, firm and straight forward. She uses facts and logic. IMHO, she’s doing a great job tonight. Perry is OK, but I DO NOT like him skirting the mandatory vaccine issue and in-state tuition for ILLEGALS. Good for Michelle for calling him out. I for one, am not impressed with his weak, B.S. answers on those two issues.

  • (LIVE THREAD!) Republican Presidential Debate #5 - Sep. 12, 2011 8pm/5pm: Tampa, FL (CNN)

    09/12/2011 6:29:17 PM PDT · 866 of 2,229
    kara2008 to RepublicanChick
    Bachmann is doing a fantastic job tonight. She's telling it like it is and is FIRM on principle and the Constitution. Eliminate Commiecare NOW. Go Michelle! (And good for Michelle for calling out Perry's cronyism.
  • Palin: Obama 'Plays Us All for Fools' (Video of Gov. Palin on Fox Today)

    09/10/2011 5:46:47 AM PDT · 64 of 84
    kara2008 to RepublicanChick


  • Some Of Sarah Palin's Ideas Cross The Political Divide

    09/09/2011 12:48:01 PM PDT · 149 of 171
    kara2008 to RepublicanChick

    Palin ping....good article from the...wait for it...NY Slimes of all places.....WTF???

  • A GOP Debate, an Obama Speech, and Sarah Palin

    09/08/2011 8:04:47 PM PDT · 59 of 68
    kara2008 to Virginia Ridgerunner; onyx

    **Ping! - Excellent, spot on Palin article**

  • The Power of The Undefeated: Changing College Students’ Minds

    09/08/2011 7:41:22 PM PDT · 19 of 24
    kara2008 to gorush
    I plan to buy the DVD and pass it around to as many as I can.

    Same here. My token Christmas shopping for friends and family is done! Everyone will get a copy of The Undefeated.

    (Including my idiot GOP-turned-"progressive" leftist cousin who will foam at the mouth when he opens it!)

  • Dick Cheney to Hillary Clinton: Run!

    09/07/2011 10:19:39 PM PDT · 63 of 87
    kara2008 to Outlaw Woman

    Yep. That’s why it’s up to Freepers/Tea Party Patriots to let people know how serious the 2012 elections are. We cannot let the MSM and other sources of liberal propaganda prevail over the uninformed and ignorant. It won’t be easy, but it must and can be done. My aunt, a life long straight R voter, is a perfect example. She gets all of her “news” from the morning shows. She has no clue what is happening and parrots the “Palin is an idiot”, Obama is “moving to the center” and other nonsense that the media feeds her. So, one thing we can do effectively is illuminate and inform friends and family who are like that. God willing we will prevail, take back the WH, and have strong *true* conservative numbers in the House and Senate.