Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Reid-Obama Democrats Face an Election Reckoning — Crush the F-kers

An awesome editorial, at the Wall Street Journal, "The Senate Referendum":
With Election Day approaching, so is the democratic day of reckoning for the Democratic Senate class of 2008. Those are the Senators who gave President Obama and Nancy Pelosi the accidental 60-vote supermajority they needed to pass the burst of liberal legislation in 2009-2010 that had been pent-up for a generation—especially ObamaCare.

Now these Senators are all again on the ballot, most of them pretending in one way or another that they have had little to do with that agenda, or want to reform it, or are really the solution to gridlock.

The truth is that they are the main Washington problem. As President Obama said last week, they “are all folks who vote with me; they have supported my agenda.”
They're the source of gridlock:
In the media’s telling, gridlock in Washington is due to tea party pressure on House Republicans to resist Mr. Obama’s agenda. There is some of that, reflecting different views of government. But at least the House debates and votes in plain sight. Mr. Reid won’t allow the normal give and take of democratic voting and accountability that is the reason to have a legislature.

The Reid shutdown runs even to the core legislative function of funding the government. The House has passed seven of 12 annual appropriations bills, most with big bipartisan majorities. Chairman Barbara Mikulski has passed eight of the 12 out of her Senate Appropriations Committee, and Republicans wanted to debate. Mr. Reid blocked a floor vote on every one.

The GOP has wanted to put Democrats on record on Mr. Obama’s regulatory overreach, such as targeting coal for extinction, or on the Administration’s refusal to fast-track approval for natural gas exports that might help Europe become less dependent on Vladimir Putin . No votes allowed.

Wyoming Republican John Barrasso kept a running tally of Mr. Reid’s amendment blockade through July. In the previous 12 months Senators introduced 1,952 amendments—1,105 from Republicans and 847 from Democrats. Mr. Reid blocked all but 19.

Legislation? Mr. Reid has blocked at least 10 bills sent to him by the House that passed with notable bipartisan support. Some 35 House Democrats voted with Republicans to delay ObamaCare’s employer mandate; 46 Democrats voted to expedite the approval of liquefied natural gas exports; 130 Democrats voted for patent-reform legislation; 158 Democrats voted to expand access to charter schools; and 183 Democrats voted (in a bill that passed 406-1) to exempt certain veterans from the ObamaCare employer mandate. Mr. Reid’s response: No debate, no vote.

As the election nears, many voters are asking if a Republican Senate would make a difference. The Beltway media line is that it wouldn’t, which ignores that Mr. Reid’s tactics are an historic aberration. How could the Senate possibly be any worse? Mr. Obama would retain his veto against legislation passed by a Republican House and Senate, but at least the legislators would have to vote and be accountable. At least Congress would again resemble a democracy.
Throw the f-kers out on their fat asses, the dirtbags. Restore representative democracy — and common decency.

The Democrats simply suck donkey balls. Crush them. Consign them to minority status for decades.

Victoria's Secret Training 2014

The fashion show's coming up on December 9, so stay tuned here for all the updates.

Rachel Williams Awesome in Undies!

At Zoo Today.

Plus, flashback: "Rachel Williams: Zoo's Great British Babe Search Winner 2013."


I can't wait for next Tuesday.

Led Zeppelin Releases New 'Rock and Roll' Music Video

Via the Sound L.A., "Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll” Gets a Brand New Music Video."


This is interesting, at the Blaze, "Secret Service Agents Pay a Visit to Anti-Obama Artist Sabo — and the Entire Exchange Is Seemingly Captured on Video."

And on Twitter:

'The Rise of ISIS'

A PBS documentary, so dramatic, "The Rise of ISIS."

And at the New York Times, "Beyond Beheadings: ‘The Rise of ISIS,’ a PBS ‘Frontline’ Documentary."

Obama Ignored Early Warnings on Islamic State

Ed Morrissey has the report, at Hot Air, "U.S. ambassador to Iraq: WH was warned early on about ISIS, 'did almost nothing'."

And watch Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters, on Fox News "America's Newsroom," from yesterday morning:

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Desperate Southern Dems Play Despicable Race Card

It's really, really all they've got left.

A jaw-dropping level of Democrat desperation.

At the New York Times, "Southern Democrats, Courting Black Voters, Focus Senate Campaigns on Racial Scars." (Via Memeorandum.)

Remember, this is the party that was going to heal America's "racial scars" with the election of Barack Obama. How's that working out?

Not so great, it turns out.

More at Twitchy, "‘Shameful': Sen. Kay Hagan invokes Trayvon Martin shooting in campaign spot [audio]."

Nina Agdal Hot in Leonisa Lingerie and Swimwear October 2014

She's a sweetie.

At Egotastic!, "Nina Agdal Lingerie and Bikini Modeling Rockets the Sextastic Off the Charts."

Growing Crises Takes Toll on Obama's Foreign Policy

The dope can't cope.

At the New York Times, "Mounting Crises Raise Questions on Obama Team's Ability to Cope":
WASHINGTON — One day this month, as the nation shuddered with fears of an Ebola outbreak and as American warplanes pounded Sunni militants in Syria, President Obama’s national security adviser, Susan E. Rice, invited a group of foreign policy experts to the White House Situation Room to hear their assessment of how the administration was performing.

She was peppered with critiques of the president’s Syria and China policies, as well as the White House’s repeated delays in releasing a national security strategy, a congressionally mandated document that sets out foreign policy goals. On that last point, Ms. Rice had a sardonic reply.

“If we had put it out in February or April or July,” she said, according to two people who were in the room, “it would have been overtaken by events two weeks later, in any one of those months.”

At a time when the Obama administration is lurching from crisis to crisis — a new Cold War in Europe, a brutal Islamic caliphate in the Middle East and a deadly epidemic in West Africa, to name just the most obvious ones — it is not surprising that long-term strategy would take a back seat. But it raises inevitable questions about the ability of the president and his hard-pressed national security team to manage and somehow get ahead of the daily onslaught of events...
"Lurching from crisis to crisis..." Ouch.

But keep reading.

Madison Bumgarner in Game 7 of the World Series

Well, you can't say it hasn't been an exciting series.

But man, the stakes tonight are excruciatingly high. Bumgarner will play. He'll be on the mound as soon as the Giants run into trouble, which should be by the second or third inning, if past non-Bumgarner games are any indication.

At the Los Angeles Times, "Royals dominate Giants, 10-0, to force World Series Game 7":

This World Series could come down to one guy, and one question.

Madison Bumgarner, how many pitches can you make in Game 7?

"Maybe 200," he said.

He did not smile, or laugh, or elaborate. If he is the one man that can stand between the Kansas City Royals and the World Series championship, Bumgarner intends to stand tall, and heaven help the man or manager that stands in his way.

The 2014 season comes down to one game. America's darlings remain alive.

And at the San Francisco Chronicle, "Giants’ best bet? Start Bumgarner in Game 7."

New Monmouth University Poll in Georgia Has David Perdue Leading Michelle Nunn 49 to 41 Percent

It might be a lousy sample, under-representing blacks and Millennials, but David Perdue may still be pulling out an insurmountable lead over Michelle Nunn.

From Noah Rothman, at Hot Air, "In Georgia, Democrats’ last hope for preventing GOP takeover is collapsing."

And check the poll, "GEORGIA: PERDUE (SEN), DEAL (GOV) IN LEAD : Monmouth University Poll finds neither breaks 50% mark."

Harvard Millennial Poll: Young Americans Prefer a Republican Congress

Young people don't love the GOP, but they've definitely soured on the stupid, disease-enabling Obama-Democrat dorks. (And the findings are among those who are "definitely" voting next week.)


Also at the New York Times, "Poll Shows Democrats Slipping Among Young Voters."

Here Comes the 2014 Voter Fraud

From Hans von Spakovsky, at the Wall Street Journal:
In the past few months, a former police chief in Pennsylvania pleaded guilty to voter fraud in a town-council election. That fraud had flipped the outcome of a primary election. Former Connecticut legislator Christina Ayala has been indicted on 19 charges of voter fraud, including voting in districts where she didn’t reside. (She hasn’t entered a plea.) A Mississippi grand jury indicted seven individuals for voter fraud in the 2013 Hattiesburg mayoral contest, which featured voting by ineligible felons and impersonation fraud. A woman in Polk County, Tenn., was indicted on a charge of vote-buying—a practice that the local district attorney said had too long “been accepted as part of life” there.

Now come the midterm elections on Nov. 4. What is the likelihood that your vote won’t count? That your vote will, in effect, be canceled or stolen as a consequence of mistakes by election officials or fraudulent votes cast by campaign workers or ineligible voters like felons and noncitizens?

Unfortunately, we can’t know. But one thing is almost certain: Voter fraud will occur. Many states run a rickety election process, lacking rules to deter people who are looking to take advantage of the system’s porous security. And too many groups and individuals—including the NAACP, the American Civil Liberties Union and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder —are doing everything they can to prevent states from improving the integrity of the election process...
Yep, lie, cheat and steal. That's the Democrat Party playbook.


Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Latest ABC News/Washington Post Poll: Bwahaha! Massive Disaffection with Obama and the Democrats!

Everybody's all soured on The One --- and that dissatisfaction is dragging down Democrat Party prospects come next Tuesday.

But what else is new?

At ABC News, "Economic, Political Discontent Make for a Midterm Double Punch":

A double punch of economic and political dissatisfaction marks public attitudes in the closing week of the 2014 midterm campaign – a dynamic that reflects poorly on the president’s performance, bolstering his Republican opponents.

The discontent in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll is palpable. Despite its fitful gains, seven in 10 Americans rate the nation’s economy negatively and just 28 percent say it’s getting better. In a now-customary result, 68 percent say the country’s seriously off on the wrong track.

There’s no respite politically. Six in 10 express little or no trust in the federal government to do what’s right. Fifty-three percent think its ability to deal with the country’s problems has worsened in the last few years; among likely voters that rises to 63 percent.

Views of the president’s performance suffer in kind. Barack Obama’s job approval rating, 43 percent overall, is virtually unchanged from his career-low 40 percent two weeks ago. A steady 51 percent disapprove, essentially the same all year. His ratings on the economy – still the country’s prime concern, albeit one of many – are similarly weak, a 10-point net negative score.

These elements appear poised to depress voting by dispirited Democrats, tipping the scale to customarily higher-turnout Republicans. Disapproval of Obama reaches 56 percent among likely voters, and three in 10 say they’ll show up at the polls to express opposition to him – twice as many as say they’ll vote to show him support.

The result is a 50-44 percent Republican advantage among likely voters in preference for U.S. House seats in this poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates. That compares with a +3-point Democratic tally among all registered voters, showing how differential turnout shifts the balance.
Keep reading.

Why America's Over Obama

From Tim Stanley, at the Telegraph UK, "Life under Obama sucks. And these numbers prove it":
America is so over Obama. In 2008, the media and a majority of the voters were head-over-heels in love with the man who told them that “yes, we can” overcome war and recession.

By 2012, the amour had cooled but they were willing to give four more years to the guy who was – if nothing else – way hotter than Mitt Romney.

But now it’s 2014 and the passion is totally gone. Obama is the withholding boyfriend who knows that he’s probably on the way out and is just sending the odd friendly text message from the golf course. If this relationship-breakdown metaphor seems a little strained consider this: Barack Obama is close to having played more rounds of golf since 2009 than Tiger Woods.

America would happily kick him to the curb, but he can’t run again in 2016 – so these midterm elections are the chance to send a message of complaint...
Heh, "kick him to the curb." Yeah, that'd be killer. I gotta remember that line for next Tuesday, lol.

Keep reading.

Here's That Don Surber Post Calling Michael Brown an 'Animal' Who 'Had to Be Put Down'

Good old Don Surber, making a great name for conservatism!

See, "Why I stop listening when you say, 'police brutality'":
This summer I had an epiphany as I watched packs of racists riot in Ferguson, Missouri, in support of a gigantic thug who was higher than a kite when he attacked Ferguson Police Department Officer Darren Wilson, who unfortunately had to put this animal down.
Keep reading, if putting down big black gigantic animals is your thing.

Hat Tip: Memeorandum.

Xenia Deli

Here's a new lovely lady!

At Egotastic!, "Xenia Deli Sexy in New Yorker Lingerie Fall 2014 Shoot."

Why Leftists Downplay Terrorism

Well, they're treasonous a-holes, for one thing.

But see Ezra Levant, at Sun News, "Why liberals downplay terrorism":
Why do liberals go to such lengths to revise the motives of terrorists, who are quite clear about their goals? Why do liberals even obscure the names of terrorist groups, replacing the crystal clear “Islamic State” with the alphabet soup of “ISIS” or “ISIL”? Why do liberals replace the terrorists’ own, express rationale with made-up excuses, such as Justin Trudeau’s famous suggestion that terrorists are driven to violence because we “exclude” them?

Why do liberals try to revise history, and whitewash the war against us? How is it any more justifiable to minimize the atrocities against us committed by Islamic fascists than it would have been to minimize the atrocities committed by Nazi fascists?

Downplaying the crimes of the terrorists, and even suggesting we are somehow to blame – isn’t that like saying “Hitler wasn’t as bad as people say, and besides, the Jews provoked him”?

We didn’t think that was in the 1940s. We do now, because liberals have abolished the ideas of good and evil as too judgmental. Terrorists? No, our enemies are actually victims themselves, you see. We are privileged. Society is to blame.

When we see the beheading of innocent children and the rape slavery of the Islamic state, it is too horrible to process for the modern, liberal mind.

We cannot accept the terrorists’ reasons, that they mean to kill us and our freedom. So we offer up our own reasons – they’re not that bad, we deserve it, it’s not black and white.

Liberals cannot understand so much hate against us. So liberals sympathize. Liberals help find the answer. They join in. To justify the hate.

By hating ourselves.
Terrible people, these so-called "liberals" (who are really America-hating, and Canada-hating, radical leftists).

End of Combat Operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan

Fortunately, the U.S. isn't going for the full cut-and-run from Afghanistan. The U.S. has negotiated a status-of-forces agreement that will leave at least 9,800 troops in Afghanistan after 2015.

Meanwhile, at the New York Times, "U.S. and British Troops End Operations in Key Afghan Province."

Obama's Ebola Chaos

Sarah Palin on Greta's last night:

'Nearly 7 in 10 Americans are angry at the direction the country is headed and 53% of Americans disapprove of President Barack Obama's job performance, two troubling signs for Democrats one week before the midterm elections...'

Once again, bad news in public opinion for the Democrats.

At CNN, "CNN poll: Voters are angry."

Fifty-three percent are also "scared about the way things are going in the country today." A clear majority. Scared. People are scared. That's just not something Americans are used to. Being scared, under a Democrat administration. Not good, folks. Definitely not good.

As always, the Democrat-progs are going to get hammered next Tuesday, one week from today. Let the countdown to the leftist bloodbath begin.

Ebola and Obama's Crisis of Competence

From Marc Thiessen, at the Washington Post:
Ebola may not be a widespread health crisis in the United States just yet, but it is creating a crisis of another kind — a crisis of confidence in the competence of the federal government.

Many Americans were shocked to learn that when Ebola-infected doctor Craig Spencer returned to New York City from Guinea, took a three-mile run, visited a coffee stand, ate at a meatball restaurant, traveled on three New York subway lines, met friends at a Brooklyn bowling alley and used an Uber sedan to return home, he was not violating the U.S. government’s Ebola protocols.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention instructs health workers returning from West Africa to monitor their health for 21 days and that “during the time that you are monitoring your health, you can continue your normal activities.” Only after a health worker’s temperature reaches 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit does the CDC advise that he or she go to a doctor, “limit your contact with other people” and “avoid public transportation.”

Continue your normal activities? It is simply unbelievable that this remains the official federal guidance for people who were exposed to the Ebola virus — especially after the CDC just came under fire for telling Dallas nurse Amber Vinson (who had been exposed to Ebola and had a 99.5-degree fever) that she was safe to fly on a plane with 134 passengers aboard because her temperature had not yet reached 100.4 degrees.

So bad has the CDC’s handling of Ebola been that the governors of New York and New Jersey had to step in and impose their own mandatory 21-day quarantine on health-care workers returning to their states from West Africa after treating Ebola patients...
Keep reading.