Archive for the ‘Republican’ Category

Quote of the Day

January 24, 2010

“It’s not that the democrats are playing checkers and the Republicans are playing Chess. It’s that the Republicans are playing Chess and the democrats are in the Nurse’s office because once again they have glued their balls to their thighs.”

— Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart

So Stewart is saying that the Republicans won in Massachusetts because the democrats not only dropped the ball, they dug a hole and buried it.

One of the key factors in the democrat’s success in the 2008 and 2006 elections was the Republicans going out of their way to piss off their core voters.

So, political victory appears not to depend on the excellence of one party over the other, but the greater incompetence of their opponents.

US President Praised for saving lives in Africa

July 12, 2009

Our Dear Leader visited Africa and had to deal with the locals praising former US President George W. Bush for his work in helping the people of Africa. Not the governments, mostly corrupt, but the people.

Our Dear Leader‘s legacy so far is screwing the pooch on what should have been an economic recovery and nominating a woman to the Supreme Court who makes racist statements that would have made George Wallace blush.

What Would a Reagan/Obama Debate Sound Like?

February 13, 2009

The differences are stark, President Reagan’s love of Freedom vs. our Dear Leader‘s open statements of socialism.

The top selling office product at Amazon…

December 27, 2008

The 2009 Sarah Palin Calendar. Her popularity with everyone to the right of Ted “Don’t let him drive your daughter home” Kennedy is a mystery to the far left extremists who can’t see past the op-ed page of the failing NY Times.

Governor Sarah Palin is just the most popular governor in the country who has an actual track record of accomplishment. The far left democrats would rather believe their own propaganda than the truth on the matter.

VP Cheney tells it like it is.

December 22, 2008

Balls as big as church bells. One of VP Cheney’s strengths. Something lacking in the incoming administration. Except for Hillary Rodham Clinton of course.

In an interview on Fox News Sunday, Chris Wallace asked VP Cheney if he really told that weasel democrat senator Leahy to “Go fuck yourself.”

Ok, Chris Wallace didn’t call Leahy a weasel, but the sake of accurate reporting, I inserted the descriptive term.

Vice-President Cheney not only admitted to it, he smiled while doing so.
“I thought he merited it at the time”.

Slide over to AoSHQ for some video.

Good News from Minnesota

November 18, 2008

The Minnesota Canvassing Board has certified the election results and declared Norm Coleman the winner.

Al Franken refuses to live in the reality of rational, thinking adults, and is trying to hold up the democratic process so a few hundred more votes can be generated out of thin air.

On the election

November 9, 2008

The Republicans got their ass kicked, and they deserved it.
The Republican party spent the last eight years kicking their conservative base, and any Libertarians who were leaning toward them, in the teeth.
You can say a lot of things about GW Bush, calling him a fiscal Conservative isn’t one of them.

Given that, John McCain got 48% of the popular vote. Remember kids, Bill Clinton at his best, never got more than 48%.

One of the key reason the Republicans got that much is Gov. Sarah Palin.
She appealed to the Conservative base in a way that Senator McCain could not.

One of the best indicators of how popular Gov. Palin (the most popular governor in America) is with the conservative base, is how much effort the DNC/MSM spent on trying to discredit her.

Personally, I think Sen. Stevens should resign, and Gov. Palin should take his seat.

The 2012 race has already started for Republicans. Before we close the book on the 2008 election, let us remember that Barak Obama barely got over 50% of the vote. That is no mandate. The US electorate is still deeply divided. Despite this, the Reid, Obama & Pelosi triumvirate will try to ram an extreme far left political agenda down the throats of a divided American people. It is the duty of the Republican minority to oppose that agenda with every means possible. In other words, they should give Obama all the support the democrats gave President George W. Bush.

A successful campaign of fear

November 2, 2008

The democrats have done something they are very good at. Vicious attack smear campaigns. In this case, they have managed to successfully smear the most popular governor in America, with a strong history of executive experience, fighting corruption and implementing actual real change, as a scary, inexperienced and unintelligent danger.

When you compare resumes, the bottom of the Republican ticket, Gov. Sarah Palin beats the top of the democrat ticket across the board.

Gov. Palin has a strong history of success in government, while Barak Hussein Obama has a history of voting present while representing a district with out of control crime and corruption.

Good job with spreading fear and hate democrats. Thanks for giving us a preview of the strong points of an Obama administration.

Palin’s popularity

October 13, 2008

If you listen to the the MSM/DNC, Gov. Sarah Palin is universally hated.

Reality tells a different story. 20,000 people came to see Gov. Sarah Palin at a Republican just outside Richmond, VA today.

The PUMA map

October 13, 2008

The PUMAs over at HillBuzz are making some interesting claims.

The polls, in our opinon, are wrong, and the internal numbers we see coming out of NC, VA, PA, OH, IN and FL show McCain wins in all of those states (there is no mathematical possibility for Obama to win without taking PA, OH, or FL).

So, I surfed over to Real Clear Politics’ Electoral College map and made some adjustments based on the PUMA’s “internal numbers.” Right now, they have Obama 277, McCain 158 (counting only “solid” states, it’s 211/143).
Here is what that map looks like if the PUMAs are on to something.

That is one heck of a game changer, and puts things a Hell of a lot closer.
Polls have been all over the place this year, so place all the credit on this “what if” exercise you want.