Friday, November 27, 2009

All you need to know about Climategate

Canada Free Press
Obama Science Czar John Holdren is directly involved in CRU’s unfolding Climategate scandal. In fact, according to files released by a CEU hacker or whistleblower, Holdren is involved in what Canada Free Press (CFP) columnist Canadian climatologist Dr. Tim Ball terms “a truculent and nasty manner that provides a brief demonstration of his lack of understanding, commitment on faith and willingness to ridicule and bully people”.
While the mainstream media is bending into pretzels to keep the scandal under the rug, Climategate is already the biggest scientific scandal in history because of the global policy implications.

There Was Proof of Fraud All Along’ (PJM Exclusive)
Wash Times Climate CZAR says hacked emails don't change anything.
Ultimately, the climate frauds were seeking power over our economies, our liberties, and our countries
Climategate links....
Mark Steyn
Toronto Sun
Kansas City Star
News Busters: The disgracefully biased left wing media is trying their best to ignore the story.
Australia is leading the revolt against Al Gore’s great big AGW conspiracy – just as the Aussie geologist and AGW sceptic Professor Ian Plimer predicted it would.
Climategate e-mails sweep America

Wednesday, November 25, 2009


WHEREAS, It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor;

WHEREAS, Both the houses of Congress have, by their joint committee, requested me "to recommend to the people of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer, to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many and signal favors of Almighty God, especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness:"

Now, therefore, I do recommend and assign Thursday, the 26th day of November next, to be devoted by the people of these States to the service of that great and glorious Being who is the beneficent author of all the good that was, that is, or that will be; that we may then all unite in rendering unto Him our sincere and humble thanks for His kind care and protection of the people of this country previous to their becoming a nation; for the signal and manifold mercies and the favorable interpositions of His providence in the course and conclusion of the late war; for the great degree of tranquility, union, and plenty which we have since enjoyed; for the peaceable and rational manner in which we have been enable to establish constitutions of government for our safety and happiness, and particularly the national one now lately instituted' for the civil and religious liberty with which we are blessed, and the means we have of acquiring and diffusing useful knowledge; and, in general, for all the great and various favors which He has been pleased to confer upon us.

And also that we may then unite in most humbly offering our prayers and supplications to the great Lord and Ruler of Nations and beseech Him to pardon our national and other transgressions; to enable us all, whether in public or private stations, to perform our several and relative duties properly and punctually; to render our National Government a blessing to all the people by constantly being a Government of wise, just, and constitutional laws, discreetly and faithfully executed and obeyed; to protect and guide all sovereigns and nations (especially such as have show kindness to us), and to bless them with good governments, peace, and concord; to promote the knowledge and practice of true religion and virtue, and the increase of science among them and us; and, generally to grant unto all mankind such a degree of temporal prosperity as He alone knows to be best.

--George Washington - October 3, 1789

May God Bless you, your family and our country this Thanksgiving day and everyday.
We are indeed blessed to be living free in the USA.

Obama and the Democrats Spending Spree

During one of the worst financial crisis in our lifetime Obama and the Democrats spent $3.5 trillion
Obama Shatters Spending Record for First-Year Presidents

Obami's first State Dinner

It's interesting that he picked the week of Thanksgiving to hold it...

Michelle Obama still hasn't learned how to dress or smile.

Gayle King was there, but Oprah was not invited!!!

Kaplin Mondi was there, the actor who now works for Obama and was implicated in the NEA scandle

Some of Obama's very close friends were there...
General Electric (and NBC )CEO Jeffrey Immelt, Gen. Colin Powell, , Penny Pritzker, James and Paula Crown..

And whats a Obama party without Andy Stern of SEIU and AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka

Mao's biggest fan, Anita Dunn

Susan "the US is bad" Rice

Mr. Newt Minow Former Chairman, The RAND Corporation and PBS

Mr. Judd Miner

and a few of his biggest fans..
ABC’s Robin Roberts
NBC’s Brian Williams
CNN’s Fareed Zakaria
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
CBS’ Katie Couric
New York Times columnist Tom Friedman
no one from FOX News

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


via BigGovernment

Red Skelton recites the Pledge of Allegiance

We should email this to every elected official in Washington DC, including Obama.

Obama Approval now down to 45%

How Low will he go?

well, this is bad..
The enormous looming deficit

and this can't help..
The 'Real' Jobless Rate: 17.5% Of Workers Are Unemployed...
January US jobs lost: 598,000 jobs
February US jobs lost: 706,000 jobs
March US jobs lost: 742,000 jobs
April US jobs lost: 545,000 jobs
May US jobs lost: 345,000 jobs
June US jobs lost: 467,000 jobs
July US jobs lost: 247,000 jobs
August US jobs lost: 216,000 jobs
September US jobs lost: 263,000 jobs
October US jobs lost: 190,000 jobs
Total US jobs lost under Obama: 4,319,000 jobs

or this..
Gold Jumps to Record as Slumping Dollar Spurs Investment Demand

no one is happy about this..

And this doesn't help..
Obama has now played 25 rounds of golf, a sport he picked up about a decade ago when he was an Illinois state senator. That’s more golf than former President George W. Bush played in two terms

You know things are bad when ...
“Hope Is Fading Fast” Tee Shirts go on sale

BTW, have you noticed the price of gasoline lately and the lack of reporting on the increase?

Monday, November 23, 2009

Good News to Start the Week

ObamaCare support plunges to new low!
Just 38% of voters now favor the health care plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats.

Kaine says Democrats faced uphill battles
Kaine said that “in each state, the president’s approval ratings are better today than the share of the vote he received in each state in 2008.“
That is not reflected in the most recent Richmond Times-Dispatch poll, conducted Oct. 28-29, in which Obama’s 43 percent favorability rating matched his 43 percent unfavorability rating. In 2008, Obama received 52.6 percent of the nearly 3.7 million votes in Virginia’s presidential contest

some more red meat for ya...

Congressman Tom Perriello in District 5 won by only 2% in 2008 he will struggle to keep his seat
Congressman Glen Nye in District 2 doesn't look good for Glen who won by only 1% in 2008
Congressman Gerry Connolly District 11 is very unpopular right now and will have to answer for his left wing votes Gerry beat Keith Fimian by only 2%. Gerry beat Keith because he had name recognition and more money.... Donate to Keith here

Senator Jim Webb will have to answer for his party line votes and especially his cloture vote for Reids takeover of health care
check Here and Here
Webb runs like a moderate, votes like a Liberal and is supported by LIBERALS
UNIONS own the democrat party

Liz Cheney on George Stephanopoulos yesterday

Liz Cheney of Keep America Safe Discusses China, Afghanistan & American Exceptionalism

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Why is Geithner refusing to release TARP documents?

From the Examiner

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is the reason Obama administration is still refusing to release Bush-era documents about the massive government bailout, says Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton. “Their guy [Geithner] was involved in this last year, and now he’s running Treasury.”

Judicial Watch filed two Freedom of Information lawsuits against the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve, both of which have ignored dozens of months-old FOIA requests.

“We are now more than a year and trillions of dollars into the government bailout and answers are in short supply. What was Congress told about the so-called financial crisis and who was lobbying the Fed for taxpayer cash? The taxpayers are p
aying for this bailout and they deserve to know the truth,” Fitton said.

Judicial Watch is specifically requesting records pertaining to a Sept. 18, 2008 congressional briefing on the financial crisis attended by then Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Fed chairman Ben Bernanke, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senators Charles Schumer, D-NY, Chris Dodd, D-CT, and Richard Shelby, R-AL.

“That’s when they came in and said the sky is falling and laid out the worst-case scenario if TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) was not passed,” Fitton told The Examiner. “I suppose there was a lot of misinformation and threats issued at this meeting that scared the wits out of Congress.”

Judicial Watch is also seeking access to all the Fed’s visitor logs from August 2007 to the present.

Hackers Expose Global Warming Conspiracy

Smoking Gun' in Researchers' Leaked E-Mails

Hackers broke into the servers at a prominent British climate research center and leaked years worth of e-mail messages onto the Web, including one with a reference to a plan to "hide the decline" in temperatures.

More info onGlobal WarmingGate

Climategate: the final nail in the coffin of 'Anthropogenic Global Warming'?
If you own any shares in alternative energy companies I should start dumping them NOW.

This story is so big even WAPO can't ignore it

[T]he newly disclosed private exchanges among climate scientists at Britain's Climate Research Unit of the University of East Anglia reveal an intellectual circle that appears to feel very much under attack, and eager to punish its enemies.

In one e-mail, the center's director, Phil Jones, writes Pennsylvania State University's Michael E. Mann and questions whether the work of academics that question the link between human activities and global warming deserve to make it into the prestigious IPCC report, which represents the global consensus view on climate science.

"I can't see either of these papers being in the next IPCC report," Jones writes. "Kevin and I will keep them out somehow -- even if we have to redefine what the peer-review literature is!"

In another, Jones and Mann discuss how they can pressure an academic journal not to accept the work of climate skeptics with whom they disagree. "Perhaps we should encourage our colleagues in the climate research community to no longer submit to, or cite papers in, this journal," Mann writes.

"I will be emailing the journal to tell them I'm having nothing more to do with it until they rid themselves of this troublesome editor," Jones replies.

Here is a website that has ALL the emails. Unbelievable!!... spread this around, because the MSM is not going to report it.

Let's Tax the @#$% out of Hollywood!

One industry has thus far been able to escape punitive taxation, despite routinely employing shadowy accounting practices, spending fantastic amounts of money, and reaping obscene profits. It produces a product that often causes significant damage to the social environment. It raises its price to the consumer relentlessly, with no measurable increase in quality. Top employees can rake in $20 million or more in a single year, while frequently maintaining foreign residences to escape high tax rates. They often extract fat paychecks from their companies, even when their failures cost the company staggering amounts of money. While it generates much of its income in the United States, it’s one of the worst industries for outsourcing jobs overseas

Hollywood actors are generally outspoken in support of “social justice,” so they shouldn’t mind picking up the tab.

It's Brilliant! Read the whole thing Here

Reids Health Care Bill

16M uninsured U.S. citizens pay a penalty tax. 8M uninsured illegal aliens do not.
Under Leader Reid’s amendment, in the year 2019 about 16 million U.S. citizens would be uninsured and be forced to pay a penalty tax of almost $800 per year. About eight million illegal aliens would be uninsured and would owe no penalty tax. Both groups would get their health care through a combination of out-of-pocket spending and use of uncompensated care in emergency rooms and free health clinics.

Details at the link

Saturday, November 21, 2009

60 Senators Vote to take away our freedom

Webb and Warner are among them
Warner (D-VA), Yea
Webb (D-VA), Yea

Here is the final tally

I'm Disgusted. If they voted for cloture, VOTE.THEM.OUT.

The five major flaws of both the Pelosi and Reid Bills

From the Heritage Foundation

1. A New Public Plan. Both the House and Senate bills would create a new government-run health care plan — a so-called public plan — intended to “compete” with private insurers in a new health insurance exchange. The result: widespread erosion of private insurance and substantial consolidation of federal control over health care through the exchange. Congress is incapable of guaranteeing the American people a level playing field for competition between the government plans and private health plans. As the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has recently certified, what many have already concluded, millions of Americans will lose their existing employer-based coverage.

2. Federal Regulation of Health Insurance. Both the House and Senate bills would result in sweeping and complex federal regulation of health insurance that will create a one-size-fits-all federal health plan that will drive up (not down, as promised by the President) the cost of everyone’s health insurance premiums.

3. Massive Expansion of Medicaid and New Taxpayer-Funded Subsidies. Both the House and Senate would dramatically expand eligibility for Medicaid and extend generous taxpayer-funded subsidies to the middle class. Combined, such commitments are the biggest cost items in the bills would result in scores of Americans dependent on the government to finance their health care.

4. Employer Mandates. Both the House and Senate bills would impose an employer mandate for employers who do not offer coverage and for those whose benefits do not meet a new federal standard. An employer mandate would hurt low-income workers and would stifle much-needed economic growth. Our country does not need a job killing employment tax at a time of 10.2% unemployment.

5. Individual Mandates. Both the House and Senate bills would require all people to buy health insurance. Those individuals who do not purchase government qualified health care coverage would be subject to new tax penalties and in comes cases jail time.

Warner and Webb are both going to Vote Yes on Cloture Tonight

Norm Leahy
Via NBC reporter Adam Rhew's twittering of a Mark Warner appearance in Richmond this morning, we learn the following:
Warner indicates he will vote FOR cloture tomorrow: "moving to debate it simply starts the process"

They do not care what the majority of their constituents want. There have been healthcare protests at their local offices all over Virginia, they read the polls and see how unpopular it is, they know that over 1 million Americans marched on DC 912, they know that tens of thousands showed up Nov 5 on the steps of the capitol, and they still intend to vote yes on cloture, giving Harry Reid more time to bribe this bill into passing using taxpayer money!

Keep Calling, Keep writing, Keep faxing.
Show up today if you can

Friday, November 20, 2009

Call To Action!

There are TWO Rally's Today in the Northern Virginia / DC area
We're lucky to live so close to DC!!

Marching on DC Tomorrow
We will meet on Saturday, Nov. 21 at 1 PM on the East Lawn of the Capitol Building to protest Harry Reids 2000 page takeover of healthcare
That is across the street from the Cannon House Office Building, along Independence Avenue.
Please call Diane Diana Reimer at: 267-446-7124 if you are going to DC

There is also a Rally in McLean Va today
The Million Med March
WHAT: A physician grassroots movement to re-establish honor, dignity and worth to the medical profession.
WHERE: Intersection of Old Dominion & Old Chain Bridge Road
WHEN: Tomorrow Nov 21 at 12:00 P.M


Our phone calls crashed the entire senate phone system yesterday! So if you can't go to either rally today, keep calling Webb and Warner!

Who's Next?

photo credit jammie

Democrats are willing to pay for Abortions but not Mammograms and Pap Tests!

New guidelines: Pap tests should start at age 21
Doctors Divided Over New Mammogram Guidelines
Do you think that our elected officials will adhere to these guidelines for themselves and the women in families?
Do you think they're going to stop here?
And how is Obama getting votes? By using Taxpayer $$ to pay off Senators! "One Health Care Vote = $100 Million"
Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu, one of three lawmakers being wooed by Senate Democratic leaders to back health-care legislation, won the inclusion of an extra $100 million in federal aid for low-income people in her state.

How much have Webb and Warner been given for their votes?
This is a disgrace and a Obamanation! We need another March on DC and we need one NOW!

Ten Things You Should Know about Reids Senate Health Care Bill

1. $493 Billion In Tax Increases On Health Insurance, Medical Innovation, Payroll And Small Businesses Would Pay For The Bill. (Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

2. Americans Won’t See Benefits Of This Health Care Experiment Until 2014, But They Start Paying For It In 2010. (Page 13, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

3. Reid’s Bill Allegedly Reduces The Deficit By $130 Billion In Ten Years, But The Obama-Reid-Pelosi Spending Agenda Produced Deficit Of $176 Billion Last Month Alone. (Table 3, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

4. $465 Billion In Medicare And Medicaid Cuts Would Pay For Two New Unsustainable Entitlements. (Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

5. Health Care Costs For The Federal Government – And Your Family – Would Increase, Not Decrease. (Page 16, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

6. A New Medicare Commission Of Unelected Bureaucrats Would Ration Care. (Sec. 3403, H.R. 3590, Amendment In The Nature Of A Substitute, “Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act,” Introduced 11/18/09)

7. The “Doc Fix” Provision That Would Add $250 Billion To The Deficit Is Not Included In The Democrats’ List Price For Their Health Care Experiment. (Page 17, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

8. Taxpayer Dollars Would Fund Abortions. (Sec. 1303(a), H.R. 3590, Amendment In The Nature Of A Substitute, “Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act,” Introduced 11/18/09)

9. A New Entitlement Program For Long-Term Care That One Democrat Senator Called “A Ponzi Scheme” Would Be Created. (Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09; Shailagh Murray & Lori Montgomery, “Centrists Unsure About Reid's Public Option,” The Washington Post, 10/28/09)

10. States Burdened With $25 Billion In Unfunded Mandates From Medicaid That Would Force Them To Increase Taxes. (Page 7, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

All Circuits Are Busy!!

I just spent more than 20 Minutes trying to get through to Senators Webb and Warner. Their mailboxes are full their staff members phones are busy and all circuits are now busy!
Keep up the pressure!
Time to flood them with emails, Faxes and call their Virginia Offices.

Why is it that these clowns are willing to piss away 98 BILLION DOLLARS but can't upgrade their phone system so their constituents
can contact them? Hmmmm. I'm beginning to think they don't want to hear from us.

Jim Webb
Danville, VA 24541
Phone: 434-792-0976
Fax: 434-972-0978

Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Phone: 757-518-1674
Fax: 757-518-1679

Falls Church, VA 22042

Norton, VA 24273
Phone: 276-679-4925
Fax: 276-679-4929

Richmond, VA 23219
Phone: 804-771-2221
Fax: 804-771-8313

Roanoke, VA 24018
Phone: 540-772-4236
Fax: 540-772-6870

Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-4024
Fax: 202-228-6363

Toll Free Number

Mark Warner

Abingdon, VA 24210
Phone Number: 276-628-8158
Fax Number: 276-628-1036

Norfolk, VA 23510
Phone Number: 757-441-3079
Fax Number: 757-441-6250

Richmond, VA 23219
Phone Number: 804-775-2314
Fax Number: 804-775-2319

Vienna, Virginia 22182
Phone: 703-442-0670
Fax: 703-442-040

Roanoke, VA 24011
Phone: 540-857-2676
Fax: 540-857-2800

Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-2023
Fax: 202-224-629

TOLL FREE: 1-877-676-2759 [VA residents only]

Keith Fimian's jazzy new website

Keith's new website is a huge improvement! Check. It. Out!
Keith is running against Gerry Connolly is 2010. Even if you're not in his district, please donate to his campaign.

h/t crystal

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Obama Pisses Away 98 BILION DOLLARS

Gov't Wastes $98B in Taxpayer Dollars in 2009

More than $98 billion in taxpayer dollars spent by government agencies was wasted, much of it on questionable claims for tax credits and Medicare benefits, representing an increase of $26 billion from the previous year.


Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Sarah Palin calls out Newsweek!

From Sarah Palins Facebook page
The choice of photo for the cover of this week's Newsweek is unfortunate. When it comes to Sarah Palin, this "news" magazine has relished focusing on the irrelevant rather than the relevant. The Runner's World magazine one-page profile for which this photo was taken was all about health and fitness - a subject to which I am devoted and which is critically important to this nation. The out-of-context Newsweek approach is sexist and oh-so-expected by now. If anyone can learn anything from it: it shows why you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, gender, or color of skin. The media will do anything to draw attention - even if out of context.

- Sarah Palin
I'm so happy she is fighting back. Too many Republicans allow the media and so called "journalists" to define them and bully them. It took a woman to finally say enough !

About that Bow Barrack Hussein Obama Gave in Japan

Tea Partiers Show up to protest the ALGOREICAL

From the Sentinel ...Al Gore's global-warming speech Saturday night at Mizner Park drew about a thousand attendees, as well as more than 200 loud protesters.
The protesters carried drums, bullhorns and posters. One read "Practice what you preach," accusing Gore of not living a green lifestyle. Another poster read "The masses follow the asses," depicting the protesters' opinion that Gore's message is not backed by scientific evidence.

Liberal Fascists Attack Tea Party Protesters

ANSWER is a group who promotes anti semitism, communism, anti Americanism. They were one of the groups responsible for organizing many of the anti war protests during Bush's presidency. Obviously they are back in force to stand up for their man Barack Hussein Obama MMM MMM MM. They showed up at a anti amnesty protest in Florida and demonstrated Liberal Tolerance by beating up people who disagree with them.

Supporters of President Obama’s Amnesty plans attacked Tea Party Against Amnesty & Illegal Immigration demonstrators in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on Sat. November 14, 2009. One of the men attacked is 62 years old. Dave Caulkett of FLIMEN (Floridians for Immigration Enforcement) is assaulted and then kicked in the face while he is down. The other camera man from the Tea Party is hit with several signs.

Monday, November 16, 2009

ATF and AWF want Andrew Stern, the head of SEIU Investigated!

They delivered a letter to Congress and the Attorney General asking for a investigation. It seems Andy Stern, head of SEIU has been lobbying elected and appointed officials without being registered as a lobbyist, and it just so happens that that is illegal!

HotAir has the exclusive

By this letter, we urge you to investigate the activities of Mr. Andy Stern, President of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), regarding meetings and other lobbying contacts with administration, White House and Congress during 2009. Specifically, it is important to determine whether those and related activities could constitute unregistered “lobbying” by Mr. Stern in violation of the Lobbying Disclosure Act (LDA), 2 U.S.C. 1601, et seq. In fact, Mr. Stern was a registered lobbyist for SEIU until January of 2007 when he terminated his registration. For the reasons discussed below it appears that Mr. Stern continued to lobby extensively after he terminated his registered status, and in 2009 devoted so much time on lobbying and related activities that he should have re-registered as a lobbyist under LDA. …

Of course, the available public information does not reveal all of the days that Mr. Stern was meeting with or talking with covered government officials about legislation or programs. Nor does it reveal the additional amount of time Mr. Stern spent planning and preparing for his meetings, as well as the time he spent coordinating with others, except for Mayor Bloomberg. Such non-public communications and activity would significantly expand the amount of time that Mr. Stern spent on lobbying as defined by federal law.

Nevertheless, the limited public record that is available indicates that Mr. Stern appears to have met the LDA definition of being a lobbyist by spending at least 16 days during the second calendar quarter lobbying dozens of officials and being the White House’s most frequent visitor.

Finally, under the LDA, if Mr. Stern has violated federal lobbying disclosure laws at various points during this year, it does not adequately remedy the violation for him to simply register now. The fact that Mr. Stern affirmatively delisted himself as a lobbyist and then went on to conduct further extensive lobbying activity raises an issue of possible willful conduct that should be carefully investigated. We have provided the enclosed documents for your consideration and review.

Most neutral observers would probably rate Mr. Stern as the most visible power-player in Washington this year – personally advancing his legislative agenda on health care, labor law changes and a host of other issues in meetings with a huge number of top officials in the Administration and Congress. Any failure to fully and adequately enforce the nation’s lobbying disclosure laws as they apply to Mr. Stern’s high-profile lobbying presence would make a mockery of the law and invite public skepticism as to its efficacy.

Friday, November 13, 2009

HEARTBREAK! "Guess who hates capitalism now?"

The first guy to make $20 million for saying words & making faces in front of a camera.

True. Jim Carrey, currently starring as Scrooge in the not-quite-as-boffo-as-it-should-be new version of A Christmas Carol, opines:

“I was thinking about it this morning, how this story ties into everything we’re going through,” says Carrey, who, thanks to the technology, plays Scrooge as well as the three ghosts haunting him. “Every construct we’ve built in American life is falling apart. Why? Because of personal greed and ambition. Capitalism without regulation can’t protect us against personal greed."

Interesting. As Mr. Treacher notes, Jim Carrey is the beneficiary of one of the most unregulated capitalist endeavors on the planet. Yet he grew up in Ontario. Had he wanted to be "protected against personal greed," he could have remained up north where his own particular industry is one of the most regulated in a highly regulated land. He could have made publicly funded movies subsidized by Cinedole Canada and Telewelfare Quebec and all the other government agencies for a nice four- or (if he's lucky) five-figure sum.

Who's Running for Cuccinelli's Senate Seat?

Here are the three republican candidates

Upcoming firehouse primary ..
Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Location: Centreville High School
Media Center
6001 Union Mill Rd.
Clifton , VA 20124

In a firehouse primary, any registered voter in the 37th State Senate District may vote. To vote, you have to appear at the voting location within the designated time period with valid ID.

The Special Election will occur in late January or February.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009


Democrats voted NO requiring Congress to Enroll in ObamaCare

Democratic Leadership Would Not Allow Votes on 11 Amendments Requiring Congressmen to Enroll in Gov’t-Run Health Plan
More than 200 amendments were rejected by the House Rules Committee ahead of Saturday’s vote on the Democrats’ health care bill, including 11 that would have required members of Congress and other government officials to be enrolled in the same federal insurance plan proposed for the American people.
Critics of the health care bill said they offered the 11 amendments – including some that would require the president, vice president, and Supreme Court justices to give up their Federal Employees Health Benefit Program (FEHBP) to enroll in the ‘public option’ or Medicaid – to showcase the problems with the massive legislation.
“If Congress forces our constituents into a public option plan over time, then members of Congress should be expected to do the same,” Rep. Howard McKeon (R-Calif.) told
The House Rules Committee attempt was the second time McKeon had tried to amend the Democrats’ health plan to include legislators in the public option.
“Democrats voted down a similar amendment, 21-18, in the Ways and Means Committee during the July markup of HR 3200,” McKeon said. “It became apparent then that Democrats are afraid of being put on a government-run health care program, but that fear does not extend to the welfare of their own constituents.”

God Bless Our Warriors

Soldiers Angels can help you show support to our Soldiers


Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Obama Hurt Deeds in Virginia

Shhh — Don’t Tell Anyone
Concern about his policies overreaching permeated to a gubernatorial campaign and helped widen the size of McDonnell’s win. It allowed the campaign to focus on issues that hadn’t been working in recent years for Republican candidates. Concern about Obama’s policies on spending, taxes, and jobs allowed McDonnell to thoroughly dominate those issues. The checks and balances message is a key one, but the bigger lesson about Obama’s impact on Virginia is that his policies have put fiscal and economic messages back into play for Republicans.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Keith Fimian Press Conference

Donate to Keith Lets get rid of Connolly

The Dems Passed the Bill Last Night

Democrats passed the first bill which is the first step towards socialism.
The bill is now on it's way to the Senate.
Call Webb and Warner and keep calling them.
Senator James Webb (202) 224-4024
Senator Mark Warner (202) 224-2023

New Protests are in the works... stand by


Here is the roll call vote

Obama tells us that we need to be tolerant of muslim terrorists and "understand" them, but calls Americans who don't want socialism EXTREMISTS
Here's what he said to the dems so they vote for OBAMACARE
"Does anybody think that the teabag, anti-government people are going to support them if they bring down health care? All it will do is confuse and dispirit” Democratic voters “and it will encourage the extremists.”

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Bush Visits wounded at Fort Hood

Obama goes to Camp David
Our current president is too focused on himself and his GD takeover of our health care to care much about a terrorist attack on our troops.

Second “House Call” Planned For Saturday 11/7


Who: Republican Members of Congress &
Americans concerned about our health care future

When: Saturday, November 7, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. EST

Where: East Lawn U.S. Capitol

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Details for Congressional House Call Today!

Tea Party Patriot's wants everyone to meet at Constitution Ave NW & 1st St NW Washington, DC 20001 at 10:30AM – 11/05/09

Kenneth Vaughn of Northern Virginia 912 wants his group to meet in front of the East Steps of the Capitol Building at 11:30am.

FreedomWorks HQ is hosting a sign-making party in the morning, from 9am until 11:15am at their headquarters at 601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, North Building, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20004. Phone: 202.783.3870 You can make a sign and they'll have coffee and doughnuts. They will also be giving out info packets or you can download them at the link.
Virginia Liberty Project will also be attending the “House Call” in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, November 5th at 12:00 pm on the East Front steps (House side) of the U.S. Capitol.

If you can’t make it to Washington DC – Please go to your local congressional office at 12PM At 12:30PM, please sing "God Bless America!" To find your congressman please go to

Nuovo regolatore del Chris Christie New Jersey


I'm always thrilled and proud when a Italian American is elected to office. Chris Christie ran a clean campaign and beat the corrupt Corzine with a huge win! This is very bad for the democrats going in to the 2010 elections !!!




Republicans carried Virginia by 18 points. This is only the second time in history that Republicans took all 3 statewide offices!
Governor Robert McDonnell - GOP (59%) R. Creigh Deeds - Dem (41%)
Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling - GOP (56%) Jody Wagner - Dem (44%)
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli - GOP (58%) Stephen Shannon - Dem (42%)

The Big Losers of the Night were Obama, Unions, and the Washington Post!

Jim LeMunyon is now the delegate for the 67th district. He beat Chuck Caputo by 6 points!!

Here are the delegate results...
(Bold is republican win)
House of Delegates - District 1 Terry Kilgore - GOP
House of Delegates - District 2 Bud Phillips - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 3 Will Morefield - GOP (57%)
House of Delegates - District 4 Joseph Johnson - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 5 Bill Carrico - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 6 Anne Crockett-Stark - GOP (65%)
House of Delegates - District 7 Dave Nutter - GOP (60%) Peggy Frank - Dem (40%)
House of Delegates - District 8 H. Morgan Griffith - GOP (69%) E. Carter Turner - Dem (31%)
House of Delegates - District 9 Charles Poindexter - GOP (79%) Sherman Witcher - IGr (21%)
House of Delegates - District 10 C Edward Creed - GOP (43%) Ward Armstrong - Dem (57%)
House of Delegates - District 11 Troy Bird - GOP (40%) Onzlee Ware - Dem (60%)
House of Delegates - District 12 James Shuler - Dem (73%) Paul Cornett - Ind (27%)
House of Delegates - District 13 Robert Marshall - GOP (61%) John Bell - Dem (39%)
House of Delegates - District 14 Danny Marshall - GOP (64%) F. Seward Anderson - Dem (36%)
House of Delegates - District 15 C. Todd Gilbert - GOP (69%) John Lesinski - Dem (31%)
House of Delegates - District 16 Donald Merricks - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 17 Bill Cleaveland - GOP (62%) Gwen Mason - Dem (38%)
House of Delegates - District 18 Clay Athey - GOP (83%) Todd Jack - CST (17%)
House of Delegates - District 19 Lewis Medlin - Dem (20%) Will Smith - CST (15%) Lacey Putney - Ind (64%)
House of Delegates - District 20 Richard Bell - GOP (71%) Erik Curren - Dem (29%)
House of Delegates - District 21 Ron Villanueva - GOP (50%) Bobby Mathieson - Dem (50%)
House of Delegates - District 22 Kathy Byron - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 23 T. Scott Garrett - GOP (50%) Shannon Valentine - Dem (50%)
House of Delegates - District 24 Ben Cline - GOP (71%) Jeffrey Price - Dem (29%)
House of Delegates - District 25 Steve Landes - GOP (73%) Greg Marrow - Dem (27%)
House of Delegates - District 26 Matt Lohr - GOP (73%) A. Gene Hart - Dem (27%)
House of Delegates - District 27 Sam Nixon - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 28 William Howell - GOP (75%) Craig Ennis - IGr (25%)
House of Delegates - District 29 Beverly Sherwood - GOP (80%) Aaron Tweedie - Ind (20%)
House of Delegates - District 30 Edward Scott - GOP (76%) Matt Carson - Ind (24%)
House of Delegates - District 31 L. Scott Lingamfelter - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 32 Thomas Greason - GOP (58%) David Poisson - Dem (42%)
House of Delegates - District 33 Joe May - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 34 Barbara Comstock - GOP (51%) Margaret Vanderhye - Dem (49%)
House of Delegates - District 35 James Hyland - GOP (49%) Mark Keam - Dem (51%)
House of Delegates - District 36 Hugh Cannon - GOP (40%) Ken Plum - Dem (60%)
House of Delegates - District 37 David Bulova - Dem (68%) Anna Choi - IGr (7%) Christopher DeCarlo - Ind (25%)
House of Delegates - District 38 Danny Smith - GOP (40%) L. Kaye Kory - Dem (60%)
House of Delegates - District 39 Joseph Bury - GOP (40%) Vivian Watts - Dem (56%) James Leslie - IGr (1%) Matt Cholko - Lib (3%)
House of Delegates - District 40 Timothy Hugo - GOP (63%) Susan Conrad - Dem (37%)
House of Delegates - District 41 Kerry Bolognese - GOP (49%) Dave Marsden - Dem (50%) C. Monique Berry - IGr (2%)
House of Delegates - District 42 David Albo - GOP (57%) Greg Werkheiser - Dem (43%)
House of Delegates - District 43 Tim Nank - GOP (44%) Mark Sickles - Dem (56%)
House of Delegates - District 44 James McConville - GOP (45%) Scott Surovell - Dem (53%)
House of Delegates - District 45 Vicki Vasques - GOP (39%) David Englin - Dem (61%)
House of Delegates - District 46 Sasha Gong - GOP (36%) Charniele Herring - Dem (64%)
House of Delegates - District 47 Eric Brescia - GOP (32%) Patrick Hope - Dem (64%)
House of Delegates - District 48 Aaron Ringel - GOP (38%) Robert Brink - Dem (62%)
House of Delegates - District 49 Adam Ebbin - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 50 Jackson Miller - GOP (62%) Jeanette Rishell - Dem (38%)
House of Delegates - District 51 Richard Anderson - GOP (51%) Paul Nichols - Dem (49%)
House of Delegates - District 52 Rafael Lopez - GOP (48%) Luke Torian - Dem (52%)
House of Delegates - District 53 Christopher Merola - GOP (39%) James Scott - Dem (61%)
House of Delegates - District 54 Robert Orrock - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 55 John Cox - GOP (76%) Robert Barnette - Dem (24%)
House of Delegates - District 56 W.R. Bill Janis - GOP (70%) James Towey - Dem (30%)
House of Delegates - District 57 David Toscano - Dem (78%) Robert Smith - Ind (22%)
House of Delegates - District 58 Robert Bell - GOP (67%) Cynthia Neff - Dem (33%)
House of Delegates - District 59 Watkins Abbitt - Ind (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 60 James Edmunds - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 61 Thomas Wright - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 62 Riley Ingram - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 63 Rosalyn Dance - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 64 Stan Clark - GOP (47%) William Barlow - Dem (51%)
House of Delegates - District 65 R. Lee Ware - GOP (71%) Gary Reinhardt - Ind (29%)
House of Delegates - District 66 M. Kirkland Cox - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 67 James LeMunyon - GOP (53%) C. Chuck Caputo - Dem (47%)
House of Delegates - District 68 G. Manoli Loupassi - GOP (70%) William Grogan - Ind (30%)
House of Delegates - District 69 Ernesto Sampson - GOP (22%) Betsy Carr - Dem (73%) L. Shirley Harvey - Ind (6%)
House of Delegates - District 70 Delores McQuinn - Dem (78%) Henry Brown - Ind (22%)
House of Delegates - District 71 Jennifer McClellan - Dem (83%) Silver Persinger - Ind (17%)
House of Delegates - District 72 Jimmie Massie - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 73 John O'Bannon - GOP (62%) Tom Shields - Dem (38%)
House of Delegates - District 74 Michael Gage - GOP (24%) Joseph Morrissey - Dem (76%)
House of Delegates - District 75 Roslyn Tyler - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 76 S. Chris Jones - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 77 Lionell Spruill - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 78 John Cosgrove - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 79 Johnny Joannou - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 80 Jennifer Lee - GOP (31%) Matthew James - Dem (69%)
House of Delegates - District 81 Barry Knight - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 82 Harry Purkey - GOP (60%) Peter Schmidt - Dem (35%)
House of Delegates - District 83 Chris Stolle - GOP (60%) Joe Bouchard - Dem (40%)
House of Delegates - District 84 Sal Iaquinto - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 85 Robert Tata - GOP (81%) French Mackes - CST (19%)
House of Delegates - District 86 Thomas Rust - GOP (54%) Stevens Miller - Dem (46%)
House of Delegates - District 87 John Amiral - GOP (43%) Paula Miller - Dem (57%)
House of Delegates - District 88 Mark Cole - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 89 Kenneth Alexander - Dem (81%) Anthony Triplin - Ind (19%)
House of Delegates - District 90 Jason Call - GOP (33%) Algie Howell - Dem (67%)
House of Delegates - District 91 Thomas Gear - GOP (48%) Samuel Eure - Dem (19%) Gordon Helsel - Ind (33%)
House of Delegates - District 92 Jeion Ward - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 93 Phillip Hamilton - GOP (46%) Robin Abbott - Dem (54%)
House of Delegates - District 94 G. Glenn Oder - GOP (68%) Gary West - Dem (32%)
House of Delegates - District 95 Mamye BaCote - Dem (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 96 Brenda Pogge - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 97 Christopher Peace - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 98 Harvey Morgan - GOP (N/A)
House of Delegates - District 99 Catherine Crabill - GOP (48%) Albert Pollard - Dem (52%)
House of Delegates - District 100 Melody Scalley - GOP (35%) Lynwood Lewis - Dem (64%)

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Today is Election Day!!

If the results of this election turn out like I think they will, Obama, Pelosi and Reid are going to be hit on the side of the head with a dose of reality... Vote, remind your friends to Vote! The bigger the margin we win by, the stronger the message we send to DC!

The polls are open from 6am to 7pm.
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Gee, I Thought Virginia belonged to Obama

Joe Scarborough slaps down Keith Olbermann

Turn Virginia BRIGHT RED, VOTE!

Monday, November 2, 2009

Are you Ready for a 95.2% Income Tax Rate?

The Tax Professor

We'll Be Back!

Republican Pulls Ahead in New Jersey!

Christie Leads!
Christie 47, Corzine 41
Looks like this election may be a Republican sweep.