August 21, 2009
August 20, 2009
MSNBC: Gun-Toting Protesters are 'White' Racists... Black Guy with AR-15 Edited to Conceal his Race.
Only problem, he is a black man. MSNBC purposely conceals his race to make up their spin.
This is what goes for journalism at NBC? Disgraceful, everyone involved should be fired.
Yesterday I posted about the JT Irregulars league, looks like they need one more. Info to join that league is here.
By Joe Fryer, KARE-TV
TURTLE LAKE, Wis. — The spectacle that drew hundreds to a gravel pit down a dirt road might make most city boys blush.
But in Turtle Lake, Wisconsin, you'll find no red faces. Just proud rednecks.
"It's a little redneck, but we love it, we accept it, we admit and we enjoy it," said Brett Moravitz, a self-proclaimed redneck.
The event resembled a demolition derby or NASCAR race. But honestly, those events would feel like the opera compared with what's really happened.
VIDEO: "Rednecks" enjoy the car carnage
"This is pretty much a redneck car launch," said Mark Hubbard. "Don't get no better."
August 19, 2009
Hopefully they will not have to wait too long for their $4,500. Or is a 39 year old model only worth $3,500? Oh well, they're happy.
August 18, 2009
Folks, the reason your property taxes are going to go up in the RUSD (and all over, after talking to our administrator in the western end of the county) is courtesy of your local and state Democrat representative.
It's the old back-door way of raising taxes, and still getting to say with a somewhat straight face that you didn't raise taxes. If you're the guy who cuts the amount of aid to school districts and local governments, but it's up to the locals to take the beating on the head to come up with the difference in funds--you WIN!
Or not.........perhaps that's another reason Doyle doesn't see himself able to win re-election? By the time 2010 rolls around, people's eyes will have rolled up into their heads with their property tax increases. Maybe by then, they'll have put 2 and 2 together to realize it's the dem's who are in charge and enacted these policies.
Although, you can only put 2 and 2 together if you were lucky enough to get an education while attending your local public school. Something today's kids may not be so fortunate to receive.
Notice at the end of the articles the groups in favor of the tax increase? Of course! The union members who stand to gain in salary and benefit increases. (What a crappy misleading headline, by the way.)
Where were the advocates for the kids?
No doubt this is from a Congressional fact finding mission to carnivale.
Regardless of age, sex, race, weight or smoking status, participants followed up for an average of eight years were one-and-a-half times more likely to die if they had an AHI of 30 or above at the outset of the study.
August 17, 2009
Sure, Doyle's announcement that he's not seeking re-election is rather "new news," and I don't expect any dem's are going to talk much about it until he makes his official announcement later this morning. (It's a political courtesy thing...)
No doubt that an open seat for governor will bring a huge amount of attention (both positive and negative) to our state. It will prove to be an exciting time for PJ's statewide. (that's political junkies, not pajamas.)
For our side, it doesn't matter who the dem candidate is. The dem party has done an excellent job coming together on ideas like: cutting shared revenue and cutting state aid to school districts (which equals a tidal wave of property tax increases coming our way soon), giving health care to same-sex partners who are paid by the taxpayers, trying to stuff another ethanol mandate down our throats, increasing taxes on job providers who happen to have locations in other states as well, releasing felon drug dealers and stalkers from prison early,....Good Lord. I'm going to have to have another post just on this stuff!
So, on one hand, taxpayers will have to thank Jim Doyle for bringing his party together in raising our property taxes and skyrocketing our unemployment numbers. Nothing like a strong party message to deliver to voters in November of '10.
And this couldn't have been done by Doyle alone--we have a legislature chock-full of democrat lawmakers who were his wingmen. Guys like Senator Russ Decker, Senator Jon Erpenbach--both rumored to be considering a run--both leaders in their party in the Senate helping to ram these policies through.
Let's not forget his co-pilot, Lt. Gov Barb Lawton. Standing by his side while these policies were bantered about, and celebratory smiles galore when they were implemented into law.
It'll be pretty tough for these state pol's to seperate themselves from the consequences that are still coming down the pike for all of us.
These dem's are all cut from the same cloth, and hopefully voters here in Wisconsin will have had enough of their social planning experiments by the time the race rolls around.
It has to be much higher than that.
(remember 47% of all statistics are made up)
August 16, 2009
such hopes for me Althouse.
Brats without manners Kate.
who out-liberals the other liberals Patrick.
he's too pretty to go to jail ALa
Quack, quack, quack! Mary.
Ding, Dong, the Doyle is... Elliot.
You’re such a homophobe Tony
I am not a doctor although I could play one at a town hall meeting. Steve.
She shot the little bastard. Beejay.
May your grundies stay dry as you splash through the fountain of life Mdme Zoltar
Whipped cream has its place Tom
Two furry houseguests. Amy
land of peppermint rivers and chocolate trees Trog.
Thankya. Thankyaverymuch. Peter.
So when will the doctor be here? Still Unreal.
this keyboard has double keys for everything TheAsianBadger
I do NOT wear red jammies ChrisfromRacine.
I am not a fan of canned beer. Corky.
Juuuuuust a bit inside. Steveegg.
These testicles better be damn tasty. Sarandipity
what ever happened to poor Porthos Pete.
a beer in my future. Bizymare
lunch dates at the range. Samdham
typing on my iPhone with fat fingers Blatzliquor
Hoobastank is opening for Creed. Jimi. (what?)
food on a stick. Patrtick
geeks love boobs. Hohner
what song is in your head Flapjackmorty
I love mobs. Dean
Exhaustedly awesome. Candid Carrie
time for bed. Jones.
my name is Chris and I'm a tweetaholic... Chris from Racine
I'm having a Michelle Obama moment, here.....although it's by far not the FIRST time I've ever been really proud of my country, this is indeed a moment to be proud of. It's proof to people of all political persuasions that the spirit of our nation's founding--speaking truth to power--can still have an impact on the directions we go.
Caution: The democrats are much better than we are at accepting "baby steps" in matters of policy change. This is their proverbial foot in the door, and we'd best keep a vigilant watch.
This was a close one. And the silver lining to me in the near miss of socialized health care is that it shone a light on the dark corners of the democrat party. By their own statements and deeds they demonstrated to the public that their party is being run by people who believe in a culture of death and that a human being's worth can be measured by life years, and their ability to contribute to the Greater Society. That passing over those who are too young, too old, too feeble-minded in favor of those more able to labor for the Greater Society is a tide their party leaders are riding.
It also showed how they value giving handouts of free health care to illegal aliens at the expense of our citizens who are deemed too young or too old. All in the interest of building a larger dependent base of voters who will keep them in power for generations.
Dont' kid yourselves, though. Their side never stops pushing. Time to man-up, Republicans. The public is paying attention now--real, scrutinizing attention. Be proud of your conservative values and ideals--shout them from the rooftop, and we'll start winning elections again.