THE WEDNESDAY GRUDGE

Posted by Pistol Pete

I heard an audio clip on redeye Radio this morning from Barry partying with the 1972 Dolphins yesterday and he said something like:this is the fun part of the job.I like having fun.I couldn’t find the clip online anywhere for a long time.Then I went to the official White Hut website.Don’t bother trying to suffer through the whole nine minutes.I didn’t.The money quote is at 2:48.It sums his whole presidency up in a nutshell.All about havin’ fun and hurting your enemies(those who disagree with you.)
I GIVE UP!SINCE I’VE WATCHED IT ONCE THIS IS THE FIRST VIDEO IN QUEUE.JUST CLICK ON PLAYLIST AND YOU’LL SEE IT NEXT ON THE LIST.So I’m an idiot…you knew that when you hired me.

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I LOVE THIS ONE

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GRUNT:YOU’VE BEEN WARNED

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HERE…HAVE SOME

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Added by CtH, cuz the pic Pete posted yesterday just cried out for captioning.

Biden body language

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  1. Pistol Pete

    In 2010, All Four Top Members Of The House GOP Leadership Pledged To Defund Obamacare
    Things change
    http://www.rightwingnews.com/republicans/in-2010-all-four-members-of-the-house-gop-leadership-pledged-to-defund-obamacare/

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      Their Democrat Overseers let them say what they need to say to get elected, but when it comes time to do anything meaningful, they do what they’re told.

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  2. Pistol Pete

    House Forms Its Own Bipartisan Gang to Push Amnesty
    Apparently we’re not needed anymore.That’s fine.
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/08/house-forms-its-own-bipartisan-gang-to-push-amnesty/#sthash.SjmX8oRm.dpuf

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  3. Pistol Pete

    OFA crosses party lines to rally for pro-citizenship Republicans
    Paul Ryan and Aaron Schock leading the charge toward oblivion.
    To hell with them.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-politics/wp/2013/08/20/ofa-crosses-party-lines-to-rally-for-pro-citizenship-republicans/

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  4. Pistol Pete

    Can you rock like this at 83?

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  5. Pistol Pete

    Number of Long-Term Unemployed ‘Unprecedented’ Under Obama
    Over 5 million classifies as ‘long-term unemplyed’.
    Still he goes out and brags about the millions of jobs hes created and nothing is ever said.Doesn’t matter anymore.
    http://freebeacon.com/number-of-long-term-unemployed-unprecedented-under-obama/

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  6. Pistol Pete

    Mich. School Votes to Keep Teachers Who Defended Colleague That Molested 8th Grader
    Unions
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/20/mich-school-votes-to-keep-teachers-who-defended-colleague-that-molested-8th-grader/

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    • GP

      The dumbing down of the teachers union. I just cannot imagine this happening back in my day. We would have led the charge to throw the bum out.

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  7. Pistol Pete

    THIS IS HOW TO HANDLE HECKLERS

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  8. Pistol Pete

    Saudis warn the West that it won’t forget ‘negative stances’ against Egypt military
    Bozo has aliented almost the entire Middle East.He doesn’t care we need them to keep the oil flowing.
    http://therightscoop.com/saudis-warn-the-west-that-it-wont-forget-negative-stances-against-egypt-military/

    MAYBE THIS IS WHY
    Egypt official says Obama weak against Muslim Brotherhood because brother is major funder for them
    http://therightscoop.com/egypt-official-says-obama-weak-against-muslim-brotherhood-because-brother-is-major-funder-for-them/

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  9. Pistol Pete

    Cantor’s ex-Chief of Staff Helping Team Hillary by Working to Elect Terry McAuliffe in Virginia
    I have no comment
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/08/20/Cantor-s-ex-Chief-of-Staff-helping-Team-Hillary-by-working-to-elect-Terry-McAuliffe-in-Virginia

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  10. Pistol Pete

    NOAM CHOMSKY??

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  11. Pistol Pete

    Stopping the Hillary Juggernaut
    Conservatives should remind voters that Hillary Clinton was in charge when four Americans were murdered in Benghazi on September 11, 2012. As she attempts to wriggle out, as she will, they should play that video of her admitting responsibility. Play it alongside the video of the burning consulate. Play it with the photos of the men who died there.
    http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/08/stopping_the_hillary_juggernaut.html#ixzz2cd9fQeNT

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  12. Pistol Pete

    Democrats and Lawlessnes

    They’re all wonderfully content to champion their president’s authoritarian rule by decree.

    In the third of the six films of the Star Wars saga, the Sith Lord who has infiltrated to become the ruling Chancellor of the democratic republic confederation of peaceful worlds announces to the elected Assembly of representatives of those worlds that to deal with an exaggerated, fabricated crisis, “The Old Republic will be reorganized into the first Intergalactic Empire.” The distracted Assembly responds with polite applause. One of the few characters who understands what is happening remarks wryly, “So this is how the Republic ends. With applause.”

    http://spectator.org/archives/2013/08/21/democrats-and-lawlessness

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  13. Pistol Pete

    Obamacare: Companies Dumping Spousal Coverage, Forcing Employees to Pay for Children
    UPS has cut more than 15,000 families from their insurance rolls
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/08/20/Obamacare-dumping-spouses

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      It was never ever about improving health care for Americans. Not ever.

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      • Violet

        One of my direct reports did the math after our health benefits were slashed last year: he basically took a 35% pay cut, even though he received a ‘cost of living’ increase at last year’s review. The ‘Law of the Land’ is crap, and needs to be repealed. The sad thing is that the damage is done, regardless; corporations will never again provide the kinds of benefits packages that we used to be able to rely on, especially for entry-level/low-wage workers. Thanks, Obama!

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          I wouldn’t mourn the loss of benefits packages. As I understand it, they are a hold over from a period of ultra low unemployment, when employers were so desperate for qualified people that they had to add more and more perks to attract people.

          IMHO, having health insurance tied to employment has been disastrous all around. It added an entire layer of costly bureaucracy (employer’s), which separated the end users (doctor and patient) from the actual payer (insurance company). I think it may have also enabled a handful of small companies to have monopolies in states like New York where we are forbidden to buy policies we can afford.

          We have gotten the short end of a lot of the sticks on this, so we’ve seen the damage up close. Dearest worked for a mid-sized architecture firm that provided insurance, but because one employee had a seriously disabled son, the premiums were enormous, the costs passed on to employees, and the guy whose son it was couldn’t change jobs without losing the kid’s coverage, which he had to have. And Dearest wanted to be on his own, doing more personal design work where he could work with clients from dream to house-warming. To achieve that goal, we had to give up having insurance. The premiums in NYS for individual and family policies are more than he makes.

          I believe that if health insurance had stayed individual, the way car insurance is, we’d have more job mobility, a bigger range of policy options with lower premiums, thus fewer uninsured, who are almost all in the low end of employed, self-employed and in service jobs like maids and waiters. People like us can get affordable minimum policies on our beater cars, but we can’t get affordable minimum policies for catastrophic health care.

          I think we’d also have a lot less abuse … like the time my doctor ordered an expensive blood test without asking me and for no reason except “it would be interesting” and people coming to expect that every single health related expense was “supposed” to be paid for by someone ELSE.

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          • Violet

            Hmmm, good points. I guess I had never thought about it the way you describe…probably because I was born in 1980, and in my experience, health insurance has always been tied to employment (first, my dad’s job, and now mine). My now self-employed dad spends a huge percentage of his income on health insurance, so I’ve always considered myself lucky to be insured through my job.

            On the other hand, I forgot my insurance card for a minute clinic visit once, and had to pay full-price. It turned out to be considerably less expensive than other clinic visits for similar symptoms that were submitted through my insurance. From that point on, I always ask what the cash price is for whatever procedure. If it is semi-affordable for me, I would rather pay up front than submit a claim and use up limited HSA dollars that might be urgently needed another time.

            I could definitely get behind buying health insurance on an individual basis…I just don’t want to be forced into it (or really anything) by the government.

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  14. Pistol Pete

    Abandoned Dogs Roam Detroit in Packs as Humans Dwindle
    In this instance this is an actual canine reference,not a term of endearment amongst the aboriginals

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-21/abandoned-dogs-roam-detroit-in-packs-as-humans-dwindle.html

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  15. Pistol Pete

    Do You Believe God Can Save a Football Team?’ Entire High School Team Reportedly Commits to Christ
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/20/do-you-believe-god-can-save-a-football-team-entire-high-school-team-reportedly-commits-to-christ/

    What always confused me was that these people go to church,preach love for their fellow man then go out and curse anybody who isn’t of their race.It always seemed so hypocritical to me.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      My guess is it depends on the quality of the preacher. If he’s of the Black Liberation stripe, then yeah. They’re serving someone other than Jesus, Son of God, Savior.

      Ditto the Social Justice people in my denomination. One of them literally refused communion to a soldier in our congregation. He won’t even drive past the church any more. He says it hurts his heart too much.

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  16. Pete, if you keep this up with the Hillary pics, I’m going to pay Chrissy to photoshop a pic of the Wicked Witch of Chicago giving you a big sloppy kiss, maybe based on this photo.

    On second thought, I probably can’t afford what she would charge to do such a desagreeable task. 😀

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