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Death and Faxes: One More One Term Left Wing Presidency June 9, 2009

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While watching Lou Dobbs tonight I witnessed yet another crazy liberal commentator yelling “If Rush Limbaugh and Newt Gingrich are the face of the Republican Party…blah…blah” Notice how Newt has been added to the “Republican Party is dead” meme. This is due to Newt’s increased visibility among the media outfits.
Newt’s running in 2012 there is no doubt about it and so is Sarah Palin(R-AK) and Tim Pawlenty (R-MN). How many more names are the liberals going to add to that Daily Kos “face of the GOP” talking point? Beware too many names could potentially become quite a mouth full.

If Rush Limbaugh, Tim Pawlenty, Sarah Palin, Michael Steele and Newt Gingrich are the face of the Republican Party…blah…blah

Bearing in mind that much can happen between now and 2012, I think that the Republicans are on pretty solid ground despite the media reports and could have a pretty good shot at the White House in 2012.

Why am I so confident of this? Because people are getting fed up and scared. Fear and uncertainty caused Americans to vote for Obama in 2008. Fear and uncertainty will make people vote him out of office in 2012. Furthermore, a lack of true transparency, a weak cabinet and wavering message will cause a reversal of usual hierarchy.I believe that voters will make a conscious choice to get Obama out of office necessitated by the uncertainty surrounding the economy and foreign policy measures.  I have no problem saying that  who voted for Obama based on his ability to handle the economy were idiots to begin with. This was always bullshit. There was absolutely nothing in Obama’s educational background or political experience that indicated his prowess concerning budgets or economic issues. Obama voters wanted to elect Barry no matter what he did or didn’t do to get him and his empty suit to November 4, 2008.  Anyone who tells you otherwise is lying. He was not elected on the issues. He was elected on media hype and the ‘kewl historic factor”.  Sarah Palin had more fiduciary responsibilities as a governor than Obama did as a junior senator from Illinois.

Speaking of Illinois, have you heard the latest about Obama’s replacement Sen Roland Burris (D-IL)?  It seems that one of the key witnesses in his “Blago” perjury investigation  has conveniently died in a car accident.

Chicago Sun-Times

Key figure in Burris perjury investigation dies in crash

Political consultant John Ruff dies in auto accident

June 9, 2009

BY DAVE McKINNEY Sun-Times Springfield Bureau Chief

SPRINGFIELD A key figure in the perjury investigation of U.S. Sen. Roland Burris died in an automobile accident Monday, authorities in far west-suburban Kendall County confirmed Tuesday.

John Ruff, of Sandwich, Ill., was killed shortly before 3 p.m. when his 2001 BMW convertible crossed an oncoming lane of traffic and collided with a tree while he was driving eastbound on Rogers Road near Oak Brook Road in unincorporated Plano, said Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputy Richard Pearson.

Police have ruled out alcohol as a cause of the crash, but toxicology results won’t be known until a coroner’s inquest in mid July.

Pearson said there were no witnesses to the crash nor was there evidence of any other vehicles involved. There were no skid marks on the road.

“We have absolutely no idea what caused Mr. Ruff’s vehicle to veer off the roadway,” Pearson said.

sun timesGranted the report later stated that John Ruff had been diagnosed with a brain tumor, I must say that Senator Roland Burris is having a particularly good run of luck. That seems to happen a lot in Chicago. Someone is a nuisance, they are testifying and they die. Someone puts too much relish on your Chicago style hot dog, they die. I am not implying that this was any sort of foul play. It is not like the guy had anything important to say (snark).

Ruff, a health-care and political consultant, raised the prospect of a possible quid pro quo between Blagojevich and Burris, recounting a telephone conversation with Burris’ business partner Fred Lebed, who allegedly told Ruff on the date of Burris’ appointment, “We’ll have to do some things for the governor.”

Ruff also said he recalled Lebed telling him he’d had discussions about Burris’ interest in the Senate appointment with Blagojevich representatives — lobbyist John Wyma, now-indicted chief of staff John Harris and former chief of staff Lon Monk — as early as October.

That information contradicted Burris’ claim in a Jan. 5 affidavit in which the senator said neither he nor his representatives spoke with Blagojevich or his representatives before Dec. 26.

obama_soupThese are just divergences nothing to worry about. The police probably said “move along, nothing to see here”.  How can we explain the people of Illinois’ choice to put up with this liberal crap? So once again it seems like another Illinois politician will get away with something.  Burris and Blago will get off  do reality shows and this will all go away. Or will it? Will it come to Washington? Is it already there? What is the body count?

Once again I am back to my original point. One more-one term-left wing presidency. Sounds like a plan to me. These words were eloquently stated by Newt Gingrich this weekend. I am not the biggest fan of Newt Gingrich expecially if he disses my girl Sarah Palin but I must confess that his speech gave me hope that we can get the change we need” in 2012. Presumably, we can begin this road to recovery by voting congressional dead weight like Arlen Spector(D-PA) out of office in 2010. If you reside in a state as corrupt as Illinois that means pretty much anyone needs to go with a “D” after the name. For other states like Maine or California, it may mean dragging out a few jackasses in elephant’ clothing. It is always darkest before the dawn. There can be no doubt that we need to close our floppy ears to the liberal mainstream media nonsense.  They want us to believe that Obama is our only hope  or like the Newsweek editor said “GOD”. The real significance of the brainwashing is to get you down in the dumps enough to stay home in 2010.  The liberal’s stylistic and blunt choice of words: “The Republican Party Is Dead”  are meant to deliberately send a message of “don’t even think about it”  to anyone who wants to challenge Obama.  Take my advice,  when in the face of Obamaphiles, adopt the facade of apathy.  Yeah, sure uh, huh. The GOP is off course. Yeah Obama will be in for eight years.”    Once you are alone or amongst like-minded individuals, do what you can to identify  those we need to boot out in 2012 and help those we need to vote in. Let the Democrats play with their golden ass, meanwhile we have work to do. Like Newt said let Obama be a “One Term Left Wing Presidency”. Oh and drive safely. People are dying in cars out there you know.


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11 Responses to “Death and Faxes: One More One Term Left Wing Presidency”

  1. manbearpig68 Says:

    I really believe that a lot of people have over looked the Gangster or Mafia factor that plays into Chicago politics and has been taken to DC. No history on Obama, people mysteriously shut up, people mysteriously die, key players all of sudden change their minds.. and on and on.

    I definitely felt a bit of relief hearing Newt this weekend and I know the Teflon(as in Teflon Don) around Obama is wearing thin.

  2. realwest Says:

    Well I still think Jimmy Carter is the single worst president in my lifetime, but he wasn’t on a crusade to turn America into a Socialsist Worker’s Paradise the way Obama is. And is doing quite well at it I must regrettfully add.
    Today, the US Supreme Court cleared the way for the sale of Chrysler by the bankruptcy court, essentially screwing bondholders of their previously “Prior Secured Lender” Status and thereby really screwing the Indiana State Pension Plan and two other pension plans. Used to be, under LONG and VERY settled bankruptcy law, that someone who buys a Bond in a company, received a Super Priority Lien to the company’s assets until the bond(s) principal amounts were paid in full. This is why Bonds were so preferred by retirement funds – because of their secured nature, bonds usually garnered much less in the way of interest than did other forms of investment in business. NOW, the retirees of the Indiana State Penison Fund (and of course all those currently working but paying into that fund) are screwed, because no one in their right mind would invest in an unsecured investment, getting a lower rate of interest. Thus the Indiana State Pension Fund (which estimates it will receive .29 cents on the dollar) will lack sufficient funds to pay the retirees and all those still working will get MAYBE .29 cents on the dollar by selling those bonds, and then have to find an investment vehicle with which to “make up” for all that lost money.
    Oh and if you were smart enough NOT to buy bonds in Chrysler or GM (cause they are truly owned by the UAW) you needn’t feel smug – if you own bonds in ANY COMPANY, you cannot liquidate them for more than, MAYBE half of their face value.
    Obama’s dragging America into socialism has turned into less dragging and more of a foot race. And the Fed Government and the UAW are waaay the hell ahead of everyone else.

    • manbearpig68 Says:

      If I have it right, it’s not really a proper bankruptcy, it’s more of a reconstruction in favor of the UAW and changing contracts?

  3. valorie Says:

    Every time I hear the state run media say the Republican Party is dead I stand up a little straighter and remind myself that they aren’t gonna know what hit them in 2010 and 2012. We are mobilized, we are getting organized and we are flushing out the dead weights. Onward and upward!!! Full steam ahead!!! We will take this country back and I’m pretty sure they know that is exactly what is going to happen and it terrifies them! Excellent article, especially like the golden ass part – Classic!

  4. SYD Says:

    Palin/Gingrich 2012!

    Just watch ’em whoop ass!!

  5. loudmouthjewishbabe Says:

    Ah, the Carter years. This Gen X-er remembers them well. CA was not as loony as it is now, (actually lots of red districts still intact) so one could speak one’s mind.

    I distinctly remember a classmate in my Los Angeles Unified school come up to me with this ditty:

    “My President has a first name- it’s J-i-m-m-y.

    My President has a last name- it’s C-a-r-t-e-r.

    He’s my President and if you ask me well I’ll say…

    That Jimmy Carter has a way of screwing up the USA.”

    As far as this mysterious “car accident,” I seem to recall the same thing happened to a Karen Silkwood. (wink)

    Yeppers. It’s Chicago!

  6. bob Says:

    Palin pulled 20,000 the other day for some insignificant speech back east, in an off year. I think she could take Newt apart, though he might arguably be more knowledgeable about some things. If energy prices and energy policy are a big thing in the next go round, as they well might be, she is well positioned. I do think she could be the next President, though she would be attacked unmercifully by the media. People like her, she seems like a breath of fresh air.

    • Marcy Says:

      She is a breath of fresh air — an elected official who actually keeps her word, practices fiscal responsibility, and understands the concerns of ordinary people because she is one. The asses of the world like David Letterman can take potshots at her all they want, it won’t change the fact that she would be a much better President than Obama.

  7. “Someone puts too much relish on your Chicago style hot dog, they die.” Bwhahaha! Oh you are too funny, AC! That is one tough town!

    It’s hard to imagine what will happen in 2012. Like Chicago, corruption is endemic to DC, but it does not necessarily favor any one party.

    • (Sorry, my dog hit the ‘submit’ button. He likes to lay across my lap–problem is, he’s 70 lbs!)

      I’m so tired of the obvious shortcomings of the Dems, but the Republicans yammer on about fiscal responsibility yet they are almost as bad. Plus they have the annoying contingent who want to lecture us on their version of morality and religion. Who is really for liberty, freedom, and fiscal responsibility any more?

      • afrocity Says:

        Sonic Ninja my dear, no party can be trusted 100% but after what happened in 2008, I am going with the lesser of two evils. I am speaking for myself here.


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