A Very Broad Agenda

At long last, the “Diplomacy from a Distance” style of our Secretary of “Statist” has come to an end. This “green” (in more ways than one..) administration’s concern with the potential “carbon footprint” of a Secretary of State that “actually travels” to conduct diplomacy has led them to believe that a hefty long distance bill is better for the environment than the padding of her frequent flier miles. Then again for some strange reason, her agenda on this romp has little to do with diplomacy and a lot to do with the exaggerated threats to the “environment”..

Rodham, identified as “”President Barack Obama’s chief diplomat” (Name the scarier segment: “chief diplomat Rodham” or “President Obama” Six to five and pick ‘em..) winged her way to Tokyo and then it’s off to China, South Korea and Indonesia. An article (“Clinton warns North Korea during Tokyo visit”) said that this was “her first trip abroad”. Judging by her imaginary “resume” of “thirty five years of experience”, that should actually read, “it’s the broad’s first trip”..

Rodham wasted no time in revealing the inherent gullibility that the progressives are unfortunately known for. In that frigid librarian tone, she “warned North Korea to live up to its commitments to dismantle its nuclear programs”. Here we have a Secretary of State who doesn’t even have the ability to make her husband “live up to his commitments” to her and she is “warning” the North Koreans.

“Warnings” need to have a bit of substance behind them other than the mere amperage of hollow progressive rhetoric. The “substance” behind the Obama administration “warnings” up to this point have been the closing of Guantanamo Bay, the decision to cut defense spending, the dropping of charges against foreign terrorists/murderers and the ordering of all overseas CIA interrogation centers closed. “Dear Leader” must be quivering in his teeny weenie widdle boots..

Rodham dove right into the world of international diplomacy by barking that “the main issues on her agenda included climate change, clean energy and nuclear proliferation..” Later she said, “The administration’s goal is to push climate change and the global financial crisis to or near the top of the agenda..” In China, “Clinton’s agenda will encompass the full sweep of the economic crisis, global warming, clean energy, North Korea and health issues..”

It would appear that the Secretary of State is more concerned with the environment than matters of State. If you look WAY, WAY down the executive ladder within the Department of State, you will find the “Under Secretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs”. This typically redundant governmental spot was created by Bill “Mr. Big Government” Clinton to “manage diplomatic efforts on emerging world wide issues such as the environment..”

Since the Secretary of State needs to concern herself with the duties of a much lower level cabinet post’s responsibilities, I will assume that the Obama administration has run into problems trying to locate yet another liberal tax cheat to fill this spot. If they are in a bind, they could call the last Under Secretary, Paula J. Dobiansky, who filled the post admirably during the Bush administration. The only glitch that I would see with this is she actually HAS experience, unlike everyone else in the Obama administration and she seems to understand her obligations on April 15th..

At about 30,000 feet, Rodham said, “the North Koreans have already agreed to dismantling, we expect them to fulfill the obligations that they entered into..” The naivete of the progressives is at once childishly charming as well as definitively dangerous. If they aren’t “talking” about something, they are always ready to “sign” something. Then it is time to dole out the hugs.. Once the flash bulbs pop, the liberal “New age Nevilles” actually believe that their (our) adversaries are going to “fulfill their obligations” because they “said they would”..

Korean kook Kim Jong Il (ill) says he is doing “peaceful scientific research” and “space development”, so there is nothing for anyone to worry about.. The empty and idle threats and the inherent cowardice of the liberal administration towards these kinds of simians will put America right where the left wants us to be, completely vulnerable, totally susceptible.

In order for “negotiations” to be effective, they have to be based upon the premise that retaliation for noncompliance is inevitable, that there might be actual negative consequences for disregarding or violating any agreement that is made. Those who are weak always want to “negotiate first”. The liberals need to understand that the only thing that takes place from a position of weakness is concession. Those who are weak or vulnerable are generally attacked, not bargained with. Those who are weak want to “bargain” before the fight begins.. All of this liberal talk of “talk” emboldens our enemies, it doesn’t paralyze them with fear.

That is the reason that the “U.N. resolution” is irrelevant, there is nothing behind it. The only possible detriment relative to one of these useless reams is the potential for an infection from a paper cut. You have to wonder which is more frightening, the dreaded “U.N. weapons inspector” or a column of powder blue helmets marching towards you..

Here liberal “Peace in our time” inspired “talks” lead to “resolutions” or “treaties” and then eventually, when the liberals emasculate the military to the point where the balance of power shifts, camels are grazing on the White House lawn..

Here we have the United States “chief diplomat” on her first diplomatic mission and she wants to “talk” about the “environment” and “global warming” to countries concerned with and surrounded by the militaristic mind set of North Korea. (and China for that matter..) It is the equivalent of being in Kuwait in July of 1990 and talking about bowling and boysenberries.

Rodham says, “we have a very broad agenda”. I am more concerned with “this broad’s agenda” and the “agenda” of an administration that sends a Secretary of State on a field trip to talk about the weather.. It does seem like a “very broad agenda”, it sounds as though it was prepared by the broads at the Lifetime Channel..

The infantile notion that the enemies to freedom will not do anything “bad” based only on “talks” and “treaties” as opposed to force and can only be found within the communist craniums of the liberal left. The liberals are just dying to believe. Soon, with the Obama imbeciles “talking” to Iran, North Korea and Russia (again..), Americans will be dying BECAUSE the liberals believed..


68 responses to “A Very Broad Agenda

  1. While Rome burns, Rodham discusses cloud formations..

    Never give up, never give in, never again.


  2. Well done…..

    Obviously the braod’s agenda lacks substance.

    Then again, what do you expect from a bunch of “greenhorns”.

    Kind od reminds me of an octopus on roller skates. Lot’s of action, no movement.

  3. Obviously that’s “broad’s” in the pervious post….

  4. I will assume that nobody really expected BHO to send Hillary out to do anything important, like reminding our enemies that we have the capability to completely erase their entire countries from the globe.

  5. Should it be any wonder that when Libs are in charge our strength is diminished??? These idiots live in a backasswards surreality. They may have quit the drugs 40 years ago, but they still act like they’re in a purple haze. Will the grown ups please stand up and take over???

  6. Larry,
    Another great article. Secretary of “Statist” – right on ! Speaking of frequent flier miles, it appears that BHO put more miles on Air Force One in 3 weeks than GW did in 3 months !

    Agreed. Who could BHO actually send out to do something important ?

    Amy D,
    Thanks for “Moonbat” info.

  7. Could it be:
    “The cycle of chemical dependency
    is reinforced each time drugs are used as an escape, and the users emotional growth is stunted.”


    Perhaps it’s liberal’s use of drugs that has given us “leaders” with few values, few standards, and a culture of dishonesty. Most druggies have few values and have very little emotionally maturity to recognize the difference. Every drug user Ive ever met (no matter how long they used) are masters at lying.

  8. Excellent article as always, Larry….

    I’ve said this pretty much every day since 1/20/09…May God help us all….we are going to need it.

  9. communist craniums of the liberal left… talking about bowling and boysenberries…..broads at the Lifetime Channel……potential for an infection from a paper cut……. camels are grazing on the White House lawn..

    I could go on and on with the quotes . You are one of my favorite writers . Keep up the great work . You kill me !

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  11. New article involving Rahm Emanuel from Dick Morris.

    Read it here.



    News broke last week that Rahm Emanuel, now White House chief of staff, lived rent- free for years in the home of Rep. Rosa De Lauro (D-Conn.) – and failed to disclose the gift, as congressional ethics rules mandate. But this is only the tip of Emanuel’s previously undisclosed ethics problems.

    One issue is the work Emanuel tossed the way of De Lauro’s husband. But the bigger one goes back to Emanuel’s days on the board of now-bankrupt mortgage giant Freddie Mac.

    Emanuel is a multimillionaire, but lived for the last five years for free in the tony Capitol Hill townhouse owned by De Lauro and her husband, Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg.

    During that time, he also served as chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee – which gave Greenberg huge polling contracts. It paid Greenberg’s firm $239,996 in 2006 and $317,775 in 2008. (Emanuel’s own campaign committee has also paid Greenberg more than $50,000 since 2004.)

    To be fair, Greenberg had polling contracts with the DCCC before – but each new election cycle brings its own set of consultants. And Emanuel was certainly generous with his roommate.

    Emanuel never declared the substantial gift of free rent on any of his financial-disclosure forms. He and De Lauro claim that it was just allowable “hospitality” between colleagues. Hospitality – for five years?

    Some experts suggest that it was also taxable income: Over five years, the free rent could easily add up to more than $100,000.

    Nor is this all that seems to have been missed in the Obama team’s vetting process. Consider: Emanuel served on the Freddie Mac board of directors during the time that the government-backed lender lied about its earnings, a leading contributor to the current economic meltdown.

    The Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight Agency later singled out the Freddie Mac board as contributing to the fraud in 2000 and 2001 for “failing in its duty to follow up on matters brought to its attention.” In other words, board members ignored the red flags waving in their faces.

    The SEC later fined Freddie $50 million for its deliberate fraud in 2000, 2001 and 2002.

    Meanwhile, Emanuel was paid more than $260,000 for his Freddie “service.” Plus, after he resigned from the board to run for Congress in 2002, the troubled agency’s PAC gave his campaign $25,000 – its largest single gift to a House candidate.

    That’s what friends are for, isn’t it?

    Now Rahm Emanuel is in the White House helping President Obama dig out of the mess that Freddie Mac helped start.

    The president’s chief of staff isn’t subject to Senate confirmation, but his ethics still matter. Is this the change that we can depend on?

    I would call him a scumbag, but that would be giving scumbags a bad name. Why is it that all these things coming about his cabinet appointees after they have been approved by the rest of the corrupt liberal idiots? We dealt with the same stuff from the Clinton administration; I should have known the same thing would transpire here as well. File it under Duh file.

  12. Whenever you can and however you can, you have to play government even though you’re not good at it. Thank god for the Clinton tech bubble or we might not even have telepromters. I wonder how they actaully get set up? Who?

    Jimmy Carter might have to move over after this one.

  13. Well hell folks. kook Kim Jong Il space exploration is nothing more than weather satellites for our new Weather Girls agenda , what else could it be? And “peaceful scientific research” has to be the mating habits of the korean tree frog with the American plastic bag. Progress is what its all about 1
    By the way Hillary , we love your weather reports.

  14. JJ,

    Thanks for your kind words.

    He has also smacked his head more times on Marine One than Gerald Ford..


  15. Mark,

    I appreciate your kind words.

    If I do “kill you”, I have a plan of attack:

    I’ll claim that America is the Great Satan, I’ll grab a nasty bathrobe and slippers from the local Goodwill store, I’ll pick up a Koran and Obama will drop all of the charges..

    Worked for the Cole murderers, it should work for me..

    Thanks as always,


  16. Margaret in CT

    The effectiveness of a U.N. resolutions against nuclear proliferation in a country headed by a mentally unstable tyrant is the equivalent of an order of protection against a drunk with a shotgun—it’s a piece of paper! Is there any doubt that Saddam would still be floating from castle to castle in Iraq, playing cat-and-mouse with the U.N. weapons inspectors if the U.S. hadn’t put a decisive end to his little game? We warned him of the consequences and then made him ante up. The people in these countries will talk endlessly, and they do not believe that they owe us the truth. This U.S. Secretary of State, who thinks she can subdue these tyrants with “steely stares,” is a fool of incredible proportions.

    You are so right, Larry. Our conciliatory actions will again be taken as weakness and, in my opinion, will inevitably lead to our next Khobar Towers, our next “Black Hawk down,” our next U.S.S. Cole, and eventually the equivalent of someone announcing from the pilot’s seat of a 767, “We have some planes. Just stay quiet, and you’ll be okay.”

  17. Margaret,

    The doe eyed liberals have no clue.

    They can’t believe that anyone would lie to them to the same degree that they lie to the American public..

    How perfect: Surrounded by savages while Hillary has her head in the clouds..

    This will not be pretty.

    Thanks as always,


  18. The politics of the situation overcome judgement, as the socialists reward their “friends” with appointments they can’t fulfill, and the “vetting” process seems to consist of choosing from a list of party hacks and influence peddlers. Retaining Gates, sending Holbrooke to Afghanistan, and reinforcing troops there all seem to be positive moves from Boy Wonder, and give me some small hope that professionals will be allowed to do the actual work, while Billary furnishes the entertainment…


    Just returned from a week in Florida
    Beautifil weather verus New England

    Have a lot of catching up to do on this site.

    Great article Larry


  20. Thanks, again, Larry & Gang… there are never enough places to go to get the ‘lowdown’ on what this insane crew in WA is doing… and NLT is one of the best, and gives the most entertainment at a time of great frustration. What wonderfully ‘sharp’ minds are at work here!

  21. There could be a silver lining to Mrs. Clinton’s “diplomatic visit” to North Korea. They could hold her hostage and Bill Clinton would have to think really hard if he’d want her to come home. I doubt he’d admit he wouldn’t want to spend a dime of his own money for her return. He’s could also use the “poor husband” angle to pick up more chicks at Hillary expense. Just think how much P***y he’d get. It reminds me of the Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell film “Overboard”. Hawn was an unhappy shrew who stiffed Russell for work he’d done on the yacht she owned. In her most miserable state, she falls off her yacht and is picked up by a garbage scow. Either from the cold water or being struck by the scow, she ends up suffering from amnesia. Her real husband leaves her behind in the mental ward at the local hospital. Clinton reminds me of Goldie’s husband. Who is picking up a bunch of Hollywood wannabe’s? Russell character pretends to be her husband, so she can work off what she owes him. His four sons and assortment of friends as well as himself make her life a living hell. She eventually loses her pompous and privilege and becomes a real person. I’ve seen this film probably 100 times and still make me laugh.

  22. “The Main Man With a Tan” wiped up any carbon footprints that may have been leftover by “Roundy” Rodham in her carnival sideshow. Flying to Denver the community organizer felt the need to use taxpayers dollars in jet fuel, security and a myriad of other costs that could, and normally are, have been done at the White House.

    “Half Pint” Jong and his drunken hair stylist must have been rolling on the floor with laughter after the pantalooned “warning.” Issueing weather and scientific concerns, the North Koreans will surely grab the hearts of Al Bore and Nancy Beporki. Bore thinking they are in fellowship over global warming and Beporki thinking they too are concerned about the status of the salt marsh harvest mouse.

    Liberals: Empty everything is beautiful talking heads.

  23. Arthur Nankervis

    G’day Larry,

    Well, that certainly sums it all up – they are my feelings exactly – I must be learning something from your articles along with all the true-blue comments from family. The beauty of you posts is that they are always laced with humour that helps make sense of it all and as Mark said “You kill me!” … Well, not exactly, but I sure enjoy the laughs at the liberals’ expense.

    One for Todd and all those who wish to comment: “Palin/2012” Again, I agree that Sarah Palin would be one great candidate for conservatives in 2012. However, who would make the best running-mate for Sarah? Are there any ex-service chaps who could keep up with her? Has “Ollie North” ever expressed interest in the big league – or am I showing my naivety? Newt wouldn’t be interested in VP and besides he is making too much money.

    Just reread the latest post and it strikes that none of those liberal willie wonkers being shuttled hither, thither and yon have read their history books. Obama may have read Lincoln, but he has never read Vo Nuygen Giap or Kim Jong-Il and has pushed “Rodham” out into the world where she is free-falling and where she lands is anyones guess.

    My thanks to Eileen and her guide to “Patriotic Resistance.” I have joined up using my address in Thailand (although I used Alaska as home base and a zip code – 99516) – of whence I know not. Anyway, the objective was achieved and I’m expecting ‘relevant stuff’ to appear in my inbox shortly.

    My best to you Larry – Keep on sluggin’ and using Israel’s motto (‘Never Again’)


  24. One of my favorite things to say when people won’t face their issues is: “Just because you bury your head in the sand doesn’t mean you won’t get your ass bitten”. Unfortunately, our elected “leaders” are the ones with their heads in the sand and we are the ones who are going to get bitten!

    Thanks to everyone on this site for your common sense. I remain optimistic because there are people out there who can see what’s really going on. BTW, I’m joining the resistance; hope to see you all there! Thank you, Steve at grassfire.org.

  25. Arthur,

    Thank you for the kind words.

    I personally feel that if I didn’t inject what I feel is an appropriate amount of humor, the overwhelming saddness of the situation might be too much to bear.

    “willie wonkers”..Thank you for the laugh, I enjoyed that one immensely. That one has multiple imagery at play. Excellent.

    Ollie would again hear the constant drum beat of “Iran-Contra” and his “security fence”.

    You are right about Newt. That is one blessed reason that Obama didn’t tap Gore. He is making too much with his “globaloney warming”..


  26. Brian Richard Allen

    Astute take on an incipient history-will-prove-its-point calamity.

    The recidivist, treasonous, lying, looting, thieving, mass-murdering, co-serial rapist RICO-racketeering decades-long contender in a crowded “Democratic” party field for the title of the World’s Most dangerous Dullard, Missus Cli’ton, who, least we forget, failed the DC Bar, has, like her erstwhile boss, Zero, zero managerial talent and/or experience.

    She, like her “boss,” has never competed for nor held nor performed any independent-of-a-corrupt-politician-and/or-Crime-Family job — and has never been responsible to a profit nor met a payroll.

    In her last (only-ever??) attempt to perform in a “management” (of the Cli’ton “administration” attempted health insurance industry ‘fascist-ization’) position, the most persistent comment among her co-conspirators was that she was not just too bloody stupid to find solutions but too bloody stupid to recognize and/or to identify the (most of them, her own creation) problems.

    Sadly, however, this dangerous dullard will fit right in among the descended from the bastard offspring of the Soviet-agents, Alger Hiss et al, Foggy Bottom brahmanas and its carefully-cloned and uniformly-gormless Foreign-er Service-ing field fa**ots and dimplomats, every last one of whom is already held in absolute contempt by every one of the world’s despots and by every one of the world’s sharpest of the sharp in their state’s “diplomatic” corps.

    We should also never forget that dictatorships are their squalid states’ number one employers.

    While meanwhile — but for those “Democratic” party activists whose lives are dedicated to our beloved fraternal republic’s and to Judeo-Christian/Western/Human Civilization’s destruction and have, since the days of the richly Soviet-agent larded Roosevelt “administration,” driven every major policy decision — our feral gummint gets to sift through the mud at the bottom of the talent pool where — only after twenty-five thousand of the America’s and the world’s finest businesses have first fished, seined, netted, long-lined, trawled and bottom-fished — it finds the likes of the moronic Missus Cli’ton, her identically-infantile master-of-the-TelePrompter “boss” and such of their ilk as Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames, .

    And sends them out to talk tough.

    God save our nation.

    God save us all.

    Brian Richard Allen
    Los Angeles CalifOBAMAcated 90028 and the Far Abroad

  27. Well, Todd, We may have the military ability, but we also need to have the political will.
    Therein lies the rub.

  28. Arthur Nankervis


    Just had this joke in from a mate in OZ. I have taken the liberty to add a bit here and there, without altering the central theme. As it is political (in a way), I thought it would fit right in here amongst the comments on other deviants and fellow travelers.


    Barney Frank – Hunting…

    Barney was so excited about his new rifle that he had to begin wearing adult daipers, and yet, pushing aside felings of male inferiority, decided to try bear hunting. He travelled up to Alaska, spotted a small brown bear and shot it. Soon after, there was a tap on his shoulder, and he turned around to see a big black bear. The black bear said, “That was a very bad mistake. That was my cousin. I’m going to give you two choices. Either I maul you to death or we have sex.” After considering briefly, Barney decided to accept the latter alternative. So the black bear had his way with Barney and even though he felt sore for two weeks, he soon recovered and vowed revenge (therein lies the problem – the daipers got rammed home just like wadding in a Lexington Militiaman’s musket. The shredded remnants have been clogging his brain ever since).

    The intrepid Barney headed out on another trip to Alaska where he found the black bear and shot it dead. Right after, there was another tap on his shoulder. This time a huge grizzly bear stood right next to him. The grizzly said, “That was a big mistake, Barney. That was my cousin and you’ve got two choices: Either I maul you to death or we have ‘rough sex.”

    Again, Barney thought it was better to cooperate with the grizzly bear than be mauled to death. So the grizzly had his way with the valiant pillow biter from Washington.

    Although he survived, it took several months before Barney fully recovered. This was about the time that Barney was ‘seated’ (in more ways than one) in congress.

    Anyway, by this time, Barney was completely outraged, and tossing aside his pink sequined leotards, bit the bullet (ouch) and headed back to Alaska. There he managed to track down the grizzly bear and shot it.

    He felt sweet revenge and a tingling feeling shot up his inner thigh. However, in less time than it takes to engage a battery operated toy, there was a tap on is shoulder. Barney quickly turned around to find a giant polar bear standing there. The polar bear looked at him and said,

    “Admit it Barney, you don’t come here for the hunting, do you?”

  29. blue state blues- RWG

    I believe that your comments on drug use are completely valid.

    I grew up in the 60’s and went to college in the late 60’s. I dabbled in drugs and especially pot. I can tell you, from experience, that pot changes everything.

    I stopped using all drugs in the early 70’s. Most of my friends did not. Those that survived are screaming Liberals. In fact every Liberal I know is a pot smoker. And, conversely, I don’t know a single Conservative that smokes dope.

    Again, based on my personal experience, pot smokers are generally in a continuous state of agitation when not high. They generally feel oppressed by everything (remember that this oppressed feeling was foundational in the 60’s hippie movement). Using pot generally medicates this agitation and provides a detachment (“don’t hassle me man”) from the oppressive world.

    In my opinion, the pot smoking Liberal Left is demanding the Nanny State mentality because the other alternative, personal responsibility, is too much for them bear in either of their altered states; agitated or medicated.

    I am so convinced that pot has altered the Liberal mind to such a degree that it has created a mental state so foreign to Conservatives that we find their actions and politics incomprehensible. Therefore, at times, we are challenged to provide a rational response to their behavior and rhetoric.

  30. To sum up the Oblamie appointees (advisers):

    Its the blind leading the stupid.

    Riddle me this one, Batman:
    How can we have 28 years of unprecedented growth and prosperity (yes, even under Clinton – but only because Republican’s controlled the Congress – ie, purse strings), and then have ONE bad quarter in 2008 (conveniently RIGHT on election day), and that will take us a DECADE to recover from??
    The Change Idiots are going on a spending spree (something we all do when our personal economy’s slow down, right?), and now they’re telling us it may take up to TEN frikken years to “recover”.
    And we just learned how Changlings “recover” – SPENDING SPREES!
    It WILL take ten years to dig ourselves out of the whole these idiots are digging us into, if we stop them NOW.


  31. Arthur,
    Gotta admit it – didn’t see that punch line coming !!

    blue state blues-RWG,
    Since California has a huge multi-billion dollar pot -growing cash crop, their legislature is reportedly considering legalizing pot so that it can be taxed, thereby easing the state’s fiscal problems. Just think how many more screaming Liberals that will produce. But, since they are Libs, they will probably want the pot to be free !

  32. PS
    I didn’t count the 3rd quarter in 2008.
    That qtr was only down 0.5%.
    4th qtr was down 3.8%.
    So the Idiots plan to offset a 3.8% decline is a 27% increase in spending, and then tell us we may need 10 years of this?

    Another news note:
    Oblamie is putting up $275 billion to bailout home foreclosures.
    Anyone know what percent of this is going to blacks??
    Just wondering if this is an “inherently racist” plan.


  33. Hillary Clinton’s warning to the North Koreans seems to hold all the threat of a poodle yapping at a bear. They have developed a missile capable of striking our West Coast, and that dippy woman is worried about carbon footprints. Make no mistake, our enemies are circling around us like wolves around a wounded deer. They smell our weakness, they smell death, and they will tear this country apart if they think they can get away with it. Carter Redux is not what this country needs or can afford.

  34. Arthur!

    Along those humorous lines, did you know Barney’s boyfriend broke up with him? Yep, and he wrote Barney a song.
    Here’s how it starts:
    (sing to the Righteous Brother’s – You’ve lost that loving feeling):
    You never clench your cheeks anymore when I fuck your butt.
    There’s no muscle tone anymore when you take my bone.
    You’re trying hard not to swallow, (fag-got)
    But faggot, faggot you know that…


    That’s all I have so far, any suggestions on the chorus??


  35. G. Nichols

    I’m sure that bitch made it perfectly clear to Mr (mentally) ILL that a nuclear attack on our west coast would kick up a cloud of dust that will adversely impact our fight on global warming.
    After all, she has 35 years of experience – at lying!


  36. Conservative Battleline Online latest edition. http://acuf.org/pdfs/CBO-090218.pdf

    It’s part of the ACU American Conservative Union Foundation, the one Union I approved of. You need the latest version of Adobe Reader.

  37. Arthur,
    To be totally honest, I’m not sure who would be the best running mate for Sarah. However, could you imagine what the left would have to do to beat a Sarah Palin/ Condaleeza Rice ticket?

  38. Riddle me this one, Batman:

    The GDP of the USA is $14 Trillion.
    If the economy dropped 3.8% last quarter, that is $545 billion.
    How does it take $800 billion to recover $545 billion?

    u gotta luv duh librals arittmutik.


  39. Todd

    That’s easy!
    Oblamie will come out of the closet, and his running “mate” will be Barney “BF” Frank!

    And the funny thing is it will be the REAL women’s team that has the BALLS!


  40. Stitch,
    You could be right. After all, everybody knows that Michelle is the one with the balls in that family!

  41. Hi, gang–long time, no write! My Internet access is still down at my home, so I finally got to the library after a long absence. I have no car, and, incredibly, live in the largest city (population-wise) in the entire USA without public transportation! (I’ll let you figure out which one that is.) I went to http://www.stimuluswatch.org, typed in my city, and saw no request for money to start one, from our dear Mr. Porkula!
    Would you believe Laurel, Mississippi is requesting $99,000 for doorknobs for their city, the installation of which will create the astounding total of TWO NEW JOBS? What are they made of–gold? (And the beat goes on, as they say.)
    The real reason for my post here is to expand on what Windrider said in the previous NLTZ (2/14’s “One Thing Is Missing”) at 10:10 PM) on 2/16.
    Here are some quotes about the subjects of Democracy and Republic cited in a speech that John Birch gave on September 17, 1961 at the Constitution Day luncheon of We, The People in Chicago, as well as a couple of quotes in another article written by that famous person, Anonymous:
    1.” Democracy is more cruel than wars or tyrants.” (Seneca)
    2. “Without checks and balances a monarchy becomes despotism, aristocracy becomes oligarchy, democracy becomes mob rule, chaos and dictatorship.” (Cicero, quoted by Will Durant, the famous historian)
    3. “Man became free when he recognized that he was subject to law.” (Will Durant)
    4. “As early as 1775, John Adams had pointed out that Aristotle (representing Greek thought), Livy (whom he chose to represent Roman thought), and Harrington (a British statesman), all define republic to be –a government of laws and not men.” (John Birch)
    5. “The evils we experience flow from the excesses of democracy. The people do not want (that is, do not lack) virtue; but are the dupes of pretended patriots.” (Elbridge Gerry)
    6. “We are a Republican Government. Real liberty is never found in despotism or in the extremes of democracy.” (Alexander Hamilton)
    7. “Remember, Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself! There never was a democracy that did not commit suicide.” (Samuel Adams)
    8. “Democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security, or the rights of property; and have, in general, been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths.” (James Madison)
    9. “Washington dedicated himself to the preservation…of the republican model of government.” (John Birch)
    10. “The Republican form of government is the highest form of government; but because of this, it requires the highest type of human nature–a type nowhere at present existing.” (Herbert Spencer, the great English philosopher)
    11. “If you establish a democracy, you must in due time reap the fruits of a democracy. You will in due season have great impatience of public burdens, combined in due season with great increase of public expenditure. You will in due season have wars entered into from passion and not from reason; and you will in due season submit to peace ignominiously sought and ignominiously obtained, which will diminish your authority and perhaps endanger your independence. You will in due season find your property is less valuable, and your freedom less complete.” (Benjamin Disraeli, in a speech to the British House of Commons in 1850)
    12. “The world is weary of statesmen whom democracy has degraded into politicians.” (Benjamin Disraeli)
    13. “Democracy gives every man the right to be his own oppressor.” (James Russell Lowell)
    14. “Democracies are prone to war, and war consumes them.” (W. H. Seward)
    15. “Democracy has become a government of bullies tempered by editors.” (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
    16. “The merit of our Constitution was, not that it promotes democracy, but checks it.” (Governor Seymour of New York in the 1880’s)
    17. “Democracy means simply the bludgeoning of the people, by the people , for the people.” (Oscar Wilde)
    18. “The most popular man under a democracy is not the most democratic man, but the most despotic man. The common folk delight in the exactions of such a man. They like him to boss them. Their natural gait is the goosestep.” (H. L. Mencken)
    19. “Democracy, which began by liberating men politically, has developed a dangerous tendency to enslave him–(the speaker of this quote)–through the tyranny of majorities and the deadly power of their opinion.” (Ludwig Lewisohn)
    20. “You can never have a revolution in order to establish a democracy. You must have a democracy in order to have a revolution.” (G. K. Chesterton)
    21. “The adoption of Democracy as a form of Government by all European nations is fatal to good government, to liberty, to law and order, to respect for authority, and to religion, and must eventually produce a state of chaos from which a new world tyranny will arise.” (the Duke of Northumberland, in his booklet “The History of World Revolution”)
    22. “De Tocqueville once warned us that: ‘If ever the free institutions of America are destroyed, that event will arise from the unlimited tyranny of the majority.’ But a majority will never be permitted to exercise such ‘unlimited tyranny’ so long as we cling to democracy. This is not a question relating to the form of government. That can always be changed by constitutional amendment. It is one affecting the underlying philosophy of our system–a philosophy which brought new dignity to the individual, more safety for minorities, and greater justice in the administration of government. We are in grave danger of dissipating this splendid heritage through mistaking it for democracy.” (Archibald E. Stevenson)
    22. In 1928 the U.S. Army Training Manual, used for all of our men in army uniform, gave them the following quite accurate definition of a democracy:
    “A government of the masses. Authority–derived through mass meeting or any form of ‘direct’ expression. Results in mobocracy. Attitude toward property is communistic–negating property rights. Attitude toward law is that the will of the majority shall regulate, whether it be based upon deliberation or governed by passion, prejudice, and impulse, without restraint or regard to consequences. Results in demagogism, license, agitation, discontent, anarchy.” (John Birch)
    23. Issued in June of 1952, the Soldiers Guide, Department of the Army Field Manual said the following:
    Meaning of democracy: Because the United States is a democracy, the majority of the people decide how our government will be organized and run–and that includes the Army, Navy and Air Force. The people do this by electing representatives, and these men and women then carry out the wishes of the people.” (John Birch)
    24. “The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judicial, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether hereditary, self-appointed, or elective, may justly be denounced as the very definition of tyranny.” (James Madison, in trying to give us a republic instead of a democracy.)
    I wonder if Barack Mohammed Hussein Obama has ever read these statements. Hmmmmm…
    Just some food for thought.
    Stay tuned!

  42. I made a mistake about $99,000 for doorknobs in Laurel, Mississippi. It’s doorBELLS, and they cost $99,600 instead. That’s even worse!!
    Stay tuned!

  43. She sure walks like she does.
    Ever seen her stomp across a stage??
    Now, Barney “BF” Frank may get all google-eyed over watch her big, manly, ass, but I just get nauseous.

    Just a random thought, how does this title sound:

    “The boy who would be king” ??


  44. You can read the story about the $99,600 doorbells at http://www.leadercall.com/local/local_story_037113953.html.
    Stay tuned!

  45. Stim-u-lin-gus:

    1) Obama’s tongue job in all the stinky places.
    2) Democrat’s tongue action while picking your pocket
    3) of, or related to, arousals, usually sexual, at the thought of giving away other peoples’ money.

    call me butter….I’m on a roll today….


  46. Just a recap… I rec’d this in an email.

    Where is the OUTRAGE!

    1, The American people elect a president with a total of 42 days experience as a U S Senator from the most politically corrupt state in America whose governor is ousted from office. The President’s first official act is to close Gitmo and make sure Terrorists civil rights are not violated.
    2, The U.S. Congress rushes to confirm a black Attorney General, Eric Holder, whose law firm we later find out represents seventeen Gitmo Terrorists.
    3, The CIA Boss, Leon Penetta with absolutely no experience, has a daughter Linda we find out, that is a true radical anti-American activist who is a supporter of all the Anti-American regimes in the Western hemisphere.
    4. We got the most corrupt female in America as Secretary of State; bought and paid for but, we also get Slick Willy for the same “Two for” price.
    5. We got a Tax Cheat for Treasury Secretary who files his own taxes.
    6. A Commerce Secretary nominee who withdrew due to corruption charges.
    7. A Tax cheat nominee for Chief Performance Officer who withdrew under charges.
    8. A Labor Sec’y nominee who withdrew under charges of unethical conduct.
    9. A Sec’y HHS nominee who withdrew under charges of cheating on his taxes.
    10. A new Senator from Illinois who MAY have committed perjury
    And that’s just the first two weeks . . . but who’s counting.

  47. Margaret in CT

    We’re being treated to another of Obama’s horrendous charades: “White House: Obama Against the Return of the Fairness Doctrine,” says FoxNews.com.

    But, of course, we know that the Congress does want it reinstated. BHO’s “powerless” against the will of the Congress. He supposedly wanted more tax cuts, a smaller bailout, more time to consider Iraq, and other such baloney.

    He’s hiding behind Pelosi’s skirts, knowing that what he truly wants—the destruction of our democratic/free market way of life—will be delivered by her and the Congress. This guy is too much of a wimp to say in public what he said to the Republicans in private—I won (and I’ll get what I want, when I want it).

  48. Maragret,

    THAT is why we need to be diligent and we must remember everything.

    “Accountablity” will have its price.

    From the “most ethical Congress” to “accountability and transparency”, WE WILL NOT FORGET.

    Pray that there is enough left for us to salvage in two years..

    Thanks as always,


  49. Wow, what a post!

    Larry, you and the family have done it again.

    Redbone, what an informative obamafile.

    I hear Eric Holder, in speaking with Justice Department employees, has said that “The US is a nation of cowards.” referring to racial relations.

    Sanity has to return. Soon!


    I signed the petition


  51. To give you a clearer picture of who this broad is and the kind of people she and Bill surround themselves with — I received this in an email today. As Conservatives we can be proud of the people we associate with …


    1. Outgoing President George W. Bush quietly boarded his helicopter and left for Texas, commenting only: “Today is not about me. Today is a historical day for our nation and people.”

    Eight years ago:

    1. Outgoing President Bill Clinton scheduled two separate radio addresses to the nation, and organized a public farewell speech/ rally in downtown Washington D.C. scheduled to directly conflict with incoming President Bush’s inauguration ceremony.


    2. President Bush left office without issuing a single Presidential pardon, only granted a commutation of sentence to two former border patrol agents convicted of shooting a convicted drug smuggler. He did not grant any type of clemency to Scooter Libby or any other former political aide, ally, or business partner.

    Eight years ago:

    2. President Clinton issued 140 pardons and several commutations of sentence on his final day in office. Included in these were: billionaire financier, convicted tax evader, and leading Democratic campaign contributor Marc Rich; Whitewater scandal figure Susan McDougal; Congressional Post Office Scandal figure and former Democratic Congressman Dan Rostenkowski; convicted bank fraud, sexual assault and child porn perpetrator and former Democratic Congressman Melvin Reynolds; and convicted drug felon Roger Clinton, the President’s half-brother.


    3. The Bush daughters leave gift baskets in the White House bedrooms for the Obama daughters, containing flowers, candy, stuffed animals, DVD’s and CD’s, and heartfelt notes of encouragement and advice for the young girls on how to prepare for their new lives in the White House.

    Eight years ago Yesterday:

    3. Clinton and Gore staffers rip computer wires and electrical outlets from the White House walls, stuff piles of notebook papers into the White House toilets, systematically remove the letter “W” from every computer key-pad in the entire White House, and damage several thousand dollars worth of furniture in the White House master bedroom.

    Headlines 4 Years Ago:

    “Republicans spending $42 million on inauguration while troops Die in unarmored Humvees”

    “Bush extravagance exceeds any reason during tough economic times”

    “Fat cats get their $42 million inauguration party, Ordinary Americans get the shaft”

    Recent Headlines:

    “Historic Obama Inauguration will cost only $170 million”

  52. Dan,

    Beautiful..just beautiful.


  53. I said this three months ago….this is about “REPARATIONS.”

  54. The next time someone mentions “reparations”, tell them this:

    “there are 300, 000 tombstones all over the north and southern states. And at the bottom of every G-D one of them it says:
    “Paid in Full”.
    This country sacrificed so many of its young men so your sorry ass could be free.
    And now you’re telling me that’s not good enough for you?
    You want CASH?
    Get the F&&& away from me!!
    You disgust me!”

    At least that’s what I tell them…


  55. Larry, “Here we have a Secretary of State who doesn’t even have the ability to make her husband “live up to his commitments” to her and she is “warning” the North Koreans.” Priceless…

    All, The following article is based on my “most favoritist” study of human behavior…

    “Among the Inept, Researchers Discover, Ignorance Is Bliss”

    By Erica Goode
    Published: January 18, 2000 – New York Times

    There are many incompetent people in the world. Dr. David A. Dunning is haunted by the fear he might be one of them.
    Dr. Dunning, a professor of psychology at Cornell, worries about this because, according to his research, most incompetent people do not know that they are incompetent.
    On the contrary. People who do things badly, Dr. Dunning has found in studies conducted with a graduate student, Justin Kruger, are usually supremely confident of their abilities — more confident, in fact, than people who do things well.
    ”I began to think that there were probably lots of things that I was bad at and I didn’t know it,” Dr. Dunning said.
    One reason that the ignorant also tend to be the blissfully self-assured, the researchers believe, is that the skills required for competence often are the same skills necessary to recognize competence.
    The incompetent, therefore, suffer doubly, they suggested in a paper appearing in the December issue of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
    ”Not only do they reach erroneous conclusions and make unfortunate choices, but their incompetence robs them of the ability to realize it,” wrote Dr. Kruger, now an assistant professor at the University of Illinois, and Dr. Dunning.
    This deficiency in ”self-monitoring skills,” the researchers said, helps explain the tendency of the humor-impaired to persist in telling jokes that are not funny, of day traders to repeatedly jump into the market — and repeatedly lose out — and of the politically clueless to continue holding forth at dinner parties on the fine points of campaign strategy.
    Some college students, Dr. Dunning said, evince a similar blindness: after doing badly on a test, they spend hours in his office, explaining why the answers he suggests for the test questions are wrong.
    In a series of studies, Dr. Kruger and Dr. Dunning tested their theory of incompetence. They found that subjects who scored in the lowest quartile on tests of logic, English grammar and humor were also the most likely to ”grossly overestimate” how well they had performed.
    In all three tests, subjects’ ratings of their ability were positively linked to their actual scores. But the lowest-ranked participants showed much greater distortions in their self-estimates. Asked to evaluate their performance on the test of logical reasoning, for example, subjects who scored only in the 12th percentile guessed that they had scored in the 62nd percentile, and deemed their overall skill at logical reasoning to be at the 68th percentile.
    Similarly, subjects who scored at the 10th percentile on the grammar test ranked themselves at the 67th percentile in the ability to ”identify grammatically correct standard English,” and estimated their test scores to be at the 61st percentile.
    On the humor test, in which participants were asked to rate jokes according to their funniness (subjects’ ratings were matched against those of an ”expert” panel of professional comedians), low-scoring subjects were also more apt to have an inflated perception of their skill. But because humor is idiosyncratically defined, the researchers said, the results were less conclusive.
    Unlike their unskilled counterparts, the most able subjects in the study, Dr. Kruger and Dr. Dunning found, were likely to underestimate their own competence. The researchers attributed this to the fact that, in the absence of information about how others were doing, highly competent subjects assumed that others were performing as well as they were — a phenomenon psychologists term the ”false consensus effect.”
    When high scoring subjects were asked to ”grade” the grammar tests of their peers, however, they quickly revised their evaluations of their own performance. In contrast, the self-assessments of those who scored badly themselves were unaffected by the experience of grading others; some subjects even further inflated their estimates of their own abilities.
    ”Incompetent individuals were less able to recognize competence in others,” the researchers concluded.
    In a final experiment, Dr. Dunning and Dr. Kruger set out to discover if training would help modify the exaggerated self-perceptions of incapable subjects. In fact, a short training session in logical reasoning did improve the ability of low-scoring subjects to assess their performance realistically, they found.
    The findings, the psychologists said, support Thomas Jefferson’s assertion that ”he who knows best knows how little he knows.”
    And the research meshes neatly with other work indicating that overconfidence is a common; studies have found, for example, that the vast majority of people rate themselves as ”above average” on a wide array of abilities — though such an abundance of talent would be impossible in statistical terms. And this overestimation, studies indicate, is more likely for tasks that are difficult than for those that are easy.
    Such studies are not without critics. Dr. David C. Funder, a psychology professor at the University of California at Riverside, for example, said he suspected that most lay people had only a vague idea of the meaning of ”average” in statistical terms.
    ”I’m not sure the average person thinks of ‘average’ or ‘percentile’ in quite that literal a sense,” Dr. Funder said, ”so ‘above average’ might mean to them ‘pretty good,’ or ‘O.K.,’ or ‘doing all right.’ And if, in fact, people mean something subjective when they use the word, then it’s really hard to evaluate whether they’re right or wrong using the statistical criterion.”
    But Dr. Dunning said his current research and past studies indicated that there were many reasons why people would tend to overestimate their competency, and not be aware of it.
    In some cases, Dr. Dunning pointed out, an awareness of one’s own inability is inevitable: ”In a golf game, when your ball is heading into the woods, you know you’re incompetent,” he said.
    But in other situations, feedback is absent, or at least more ambiguous; even a humorless joke, for example, is likely to be met with polite laughter. And faced with incompetence, social norms prevent most people from blurting out ”You stink!” — truthful though this assessment may be.
    All of which inspired in Dr. Dunning and his co-author, in presenting their research to the public, a certain degree of nervousness.
    ”This article may contain faulty logic, methodological errors or poor communication,” they cautioned in their journal report. ”Let us assure our readers that to the extent this article is imperfect, it is not a sin we have committed knowingly.”

    P.S. Eileen, I am still chuckling about Nancy Pelosi not noticing a bullet to the brain!

  56. Dan,
    I am really not surprised by the disparity in how the Clintons left the White House and how the Bushes left. Liberals want to free as many criminals as possible, while conservatives are reluctant to even release railroaded officers. Also, libs are considerate of only their own feelings while conservatives are considerate of who follows them.

  57. Ron,
    I wish I could disagree with you about needing the political will, but I know that as long as libs are in charge, they will only be concerned about whether or not the rest of the world “likes” us.
    I came to the conclusion, many years ago, that when the rest of the world approves of who won our election for president, then we chose the wrong person. This has been true at least as far back as 1976.

  58. Be very careful of what you place on your cars… or not! Hmmm, this gives me an idea 😉


  59. I think the real difference between Conservatives and Liberals is: Conservatives inspire people to work hard and be proud to be Americans – the greatest country on earth. Liberals inspire one half of Americans to be scared that they are going to be penalized for their hard work, and the other half to hate the first half for their hard work and greater success.

  60. Dan,

    That was great and thank you for sharing it with us. What it tells us; it’s all about how the press spins the story to make Republicans look like they are wasting the taxpayers. If I recall Bush paid for most of the $42 million inauguration party himself in contrast with the Obama inauguration made the taxpayers pay for his $170 million ass kissed. And of course they’ll tell us that its money well spent during “a troubled economic times for the United States” will they looking out for a Congressional handout? It certainly shows who has class and respect for the institution of the White House. It’s interesting that part of the Clinton/Gore new “welcome to the White House” cost Americans almost half a million to fix, replace or repair the damaged for their little joke, I think the media called it a practical joke. A Liberal wouldn’t know class and being gracious if it came up and f**ked them up the ass. (But Barney Frank will certainly try.) I don’t know if you ever read the details of the welcome to the White House from the liberals, but I have and it wasn’t pretty. In one desk, someone defecated in a drawn and another ejaculated on another desk. It wasn’t just the removal of the letter W from all the keyboards, there was some type of fluid on them as well.

    I have heard (but I don’t recall where) that both Hillary and Obama haven’t paid all their bills yet. It would be interesting to see if the latest Stimulus Package gives money to those organizations that help get them elected, but also charge all Americans the cost by using tax revenues. Here’s a man who made numerous speeches about being “responsible” who is personally irresponsible for the debts made on the campaign, same goes with Hillary. I guess the liberals only hold conservatives accountable. The liberal ideology is fine when we spend the money but it’s a waste of taxpayer’s money if a conservative does it.

    Just more of the same like charging all Americans with the cost to support the liberal abortion, even those who are against it; whether for moral reason and/or religious reason.

    I’ll tell you a story that I heard that occurred during the Clinton White House times. I think this occurred after his re-election and prior to the Lewinsky mess. There was a certain famous actor that Hillary wanted to meet, so they repeatedly invited him to attend galas. And he repeatedly said no thanks. The actor was Mel Gibson and Hillary was dying to meet him. Gibson’s a well known Hollywood conservative and he despised the Clinton’s. So they repeated the invitation and very last time he was asked he wanted them to know he was uninterested in meeting them. What he said was pretty clear and they finally got the message. This quote is my all time favorite quotes. He said tell them again I not interested at all and so they finally get the message, tell them I’d rather be butt f**ked by a water buffalo then to spend any time with them. The message got through.

  61. Here’s another petition against Obama’s.


  62. Thanks for the petition, Eileen. I just signed it!

  63. Foot Update:

    Tuesday I went to the Doctor and I am now out of my boot and into an ankle brace. I am now able to bear weight on my foot. I can wear shoes now!!!!! I now find that flexible shoes are MUCH more comfortable than rigid, supportive shoes. My Docs are no longer comfortable (at least on my broken foot). I can walk better in flexible shoes. I also fell A LOT less pain in flexible shoes. I am very surprised that flexible shoes are so comfortable. I thought that the lack of support would be painful, but the brace makes up for what the shoes lack. I feel SO MUCH more normal now, except stairs are still a challenge. The doctor says that it may take 1 or 2 years to become 100%. Oh well, I just take it one day at a time. 🙂

  64. EILEEN,

    I’ve seen that movie, “Overboard” countless times also and still get giggles, always something new you’ve missed before.

    I think it might not be a bad idea if the same principle were applied to the American people as compared to Goldie Hawn. Imagine, if you will, that you suddenly have your pots and pans, all your clothing, everything that is important to you on the back of a donkey your leading or in the cart that your pulling. That’s it, period. No cushy jobs in an air-conditioned office, computers, designer clothes, no nothing. You just try to exist from day to day. And like Goldie, being spoiled and prissy, the pompous progressives would for once discover what being in the real world is all about. It worked with Goldie in making the decision to kick to the curb the no good and keeping what was good.

    And, hey, thanks for the sites and petitions!! Their awesome! Now why doesn’t Congress pay any attention…..

  65. Margaret in CT

    This from Bill Kristol in the Weekly Standard: “One of the many highlights of the stimulus bill the Democrats just rammed through Congress is $8 billion for high-speed rail. What makes this appropriation special is that there was no money for high-speed rail in the original House legislation. The Senate bill had $2 billion. The legislation coming out of conference ‘compromised’ on $8 billion. How did this happen? Well, some of that $8 billion, as the Washington Post reported Friday, seems intended for ‘a controversial proposal for a magnetic-levitation rail line between Disneyland, in California, and Las Vegas, a project favored by Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.)…who played a major role in putting together the final bill.”

    A great example of “legislative compromise” engaged in by common thieves.

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