Monthly Archives: December 2009

Fat heads And Meatheads

By Bob L.

Come 2010 elections are you going to do the same thing that you have done every Election year, put in OVER EDUCATED IDIOTS that don’t have an education more then a second grader.

This is short and sweet, you only get out of what you put in, and if you can’t see that that then you are just as stupid as those you put into office, people who lie just to get free medical for life, and perks that you the tax payer will pay until you changes the laws that they put in for them selves, So are you going to throw out every one of these slick willies, scam artists, what ever you want to call them, but all they want is a steady job and free money to add to their millions.

THROW OUT ALL THE BUMS AND DON’T LET THEM HAVE AN OTHER  Government JOB and don’t allow any more of them in, most of them are ones that could not get a any other JOB.

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Neb.’s Nelson sees backlash on health reform plan

By MARGERY A. BECK, Associated Press Writer – Sun Dec 20

OMAHA, Neb. – It was the concern of Nebraska’s Republican governor over expanded Medicaid costs in the proposed Senate health care overhaul bill that led to a compromise to cover his state’s estimated $45 million share over a decade, U.S. Sen. Ben Nelson said Sunday.

Gov. Dave Heineman “contacted me and he said this is another unfunded federal mandate and it’s going to stress the state budget, and I agreed with him,” said the Nebraska Democrat, who was himself a Nebraska governor in the 1990s. “I said to the leader and others that this is something that has to be fixed. I didn’t participate in the way it was fixed.” Continue reading

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Dennis Hastert keeps perking along

Taxpayer perks for government when they leave office.



U.S. taxpayers are spending more than $40,000 per month on office space, staff, cell phones and a leased SUV for former House Speaker Dennis Hastert, even as he works as a lobbyist for private corporations and foreign governments.

The payments are perfectly legal under a federal law that provides five years of benefits for former speakers — but only if Hastert never makes use of his government-funded perks in the course of his lobbying work. Ethics experts say that sort of separation is hard to maintain. Continue reading

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EPA, USDA push farmers to use coal waste on fields

By RICK CALLAHAN, Associated Press Writer

INDIANAPOLIS – The federal government is encouraging farmers to spread a chalky waste from coal-fired power plants on their fields to loosen and fertilize soil even as it considers regulating coal wastes for the first time.

The material is produced by power plant “scrubbers” that remove acid rain causing sulfur dioxide from plant emissions. A synthetic form of the mineral gypsum, it also contains mercury, arsenic, lead and other heavy metals. Continue reading

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How Cap and Trade Plans to Cripple Our Economy

RedState Morning Briefing

Posted by Vladimir (Profile)
Thursday, December 17th

If you can’t understand conceptually why a Cap and Trade system is such a bad deal, how about a concrete example?

The European Union is a signatory of the Kyoto Protocols and have been dealing with a Carbon Cap and Trade system for several years. This article in today’s Wall Street Journal shows how the potential profit from the sale of carbon credits directly led to the loss of 1,700 jobs in a British steel plant. Continue reading

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Shakedown in Copenhagen

Patrick J. Buchanan By Patrick J. Buchanan

If you would know what Copenhagen is all about, hearken to this nugget in The Washington Post’s report from the Danish capital.

“Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenari — who is representing all of Africa here — unveiled his proposal Wednesday for a system in which rich countries would provide money to poor ones to help deal with the effects of climate change. …

“Zenawi said he would accept $30 billion in the short term, rising to $100 billion by 2020. … This was seen as a key concession by developing countries, which had previously spurned that figure … as too low.” Continue reading

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Obama’s Message: Be Afraid, Very Afraid

Oliver North By Oliver North

Washington, D.C. — Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is TIME magazine’s “Person of the Year.” Twelve months ago the “honor” went to president-elect, Senator Barack Obama. Notably, the 1932 recipient was president-elect Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who asserted in his March 4, 1933, Inaugural Address, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”

Roosevelt went on to describe the economic anxieties of millions left jobless in a deepening depression as “nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.” He then served notice that if the “national emergency” required it, he would “ask the Congress for the one remaining instrument to meet the crisis — broad Executive power to wage a war against the emergency, as great as the power that would be given to me if we were in fact invaded by a foreign foe.” Continue reading

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RedState Morning Briefing

By Erick Erickson
December 16, 2009

1. Senate Democrats on Verge of Deal

Don’t believe everything you hear. The Senate Democrats are not on the verge of a collapse. They are on the verge of compromising every single thing they want just so they can get a “health care reform” bill passed. Here’s what I’m being told . . .Please click here for the rest of the post.

2. A Bomb Goes Off in Florida

Last night in Washington, close to one hundred leaders of the conservative movement gathered in a townhouse just down from the United States Capitol to hear Senator Jim DeMint and Florida Speaker Marco Rubio at a Senate Conservatives Fund fundraiser for Marco Rubio. The people in the room for Rubio were the same people who blew up NY-23, helping Doug Hoffman and crushing the chances of a far left Republican, Dede Scozzafava. Just prior to the start of the fundraiser, a bomb went off in Florida. According to Rasmussen, the Florida Senate primary is now tied between Rubio and Crist. For perspective, only about six months ago, Rubio was in the single digits with Crist safely over 50%. Jim DeMint told the crowd that Rubio is one of a handful of “new Republicans” running to take back our country. And the new poll shows it is working. Please click here for the rest of the post. Continue reading

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House Scrambles to Make Copenhagen Climate Conference

By Bob L.Trash Can With Lid On Clip Art

Shit can every one those that walk off their job and go to Copenhagen, instead of doing their job in Washington DC, they were Elected to serve America and the Constitution they swore to uphold.

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Fire every one of them, and dock them ONE Month pay for every day they are gone, and make them reimburse the taxpayers for their travel, lodging, and and any meals and drinks they get.

December 16, 2009

The House of Representatives entered a marathon day on Capitol Hill Wednesday, with plans to tackle a slew of big-ticket items all at once so they can make it to Copenhagen for the close of the international conference on climate change.

Though the conference is in disarray and the president of the meeting, Connie Hedegaard, just resigned, U.S. lawmakers are still hoping to make it to Denmark to be part of the scene. President Obama heads over Thursday night in hopes of joining other leaders in signing some form of an agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Continue reading

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The Truth About Tamiflu

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Has the U.S. wasted $1.5 billion on an ineffective drug?

By Shannon Brownlee and Jeanne Lenzer
December 10, 2009

Two months ago, we pointed out in our story on flu in The Atlantic that the antiviral drug Tamiflu might not be as effective or safe as many patients, doctors, and governments think. The drug has been widely prescribed since the first cases of H1N1 flu surfaced last spring, and the U.S. government has spent more than $1.5 billion stockpiling it since 2005 as part of the nation’s pandemic preparedness plan. Continue reading

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