Daily Archives: December 6, 2016

Obama: “I kept you all safe for 8 years”


I’m sure we’re all really grateful about how safe Barack kept these folks.*

Little Rock (1 dead, 1 injured)
Fort Hood (14 dead**, 33 injured)
Boston Marathon (3 dead, 264 injured)
New York subway (1 dead, 2 injured)
Garland, Texas (1 injured)
Chattanooga (5 dead, 2 wounded)
San Bernardino (14 dead, 24 injured)
Orlando (49 dead, 53 injured)
OSU (13 injured)


Some of the tweets:

“Just because you refused to acknowledge it, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen multiple times.” — D.J. Bettler

“Inspired by ISIS doesn’t count? Their corporate board has to pre-authorize at a public board meeting?”    — Amanda Carpenter

“Just because ISIS put out plans for how to commit your own act of terror, and then people followed those plans, doesn’t mean it’s planned!”  — Caleb Howe

“So that gay nightclub in Orlando was a figment of our imagination?” — Whitey McPrivilege

“This makes me sick. January can’t come fast enough.”  — CWest631

* Some victim lists included perps who were killed. I left them out, because they’re victims of karma, not terror.
**Official lists say 13 dead, but one of the victims was pregnant, so I say 14.


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The Obama Economy


H/t Brad Lytle


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Nevada Voter Fraud


Stein has not requested a recount in Nevada, because Hillary won Nevada.  But it appears that Hillary may only have won because of massive voter fraud.

A total number of 17,086 votes were cast in the Clark County District for both Republican and Democrat candidates. However, when confirmation letters were sent to the voters in the District, the US postal service returned mail from 9,200 of these voters.  

Edward Snowden, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and dozens of movie stars are registered to vote in District 15.  Many of the others are deceased.  Five of the addresses were actually vacant lots.

Did any of these people vote?  Well, yes, Virginia.  They did.  A test sample of 200 of the 9,200 return mail registrees shows 185 who had indeed voted.  

President-elect Donald Trump lost by only 27,000 votes statewide in Nevada.  So 9,200 fraudulent voters in one small Assembly district is more than 1/3 of the total margin that Trump lost by.


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Obama bombed SEVEN foreign nations

Golly, Miss Molly!  That eeeeeeeeeevil Repukelikkkan President, George “blood for oil” Bush only bombed four!

Julie Borowski: Liberals are Anti-War Again! [1:36]

Obama never did get around to stopping Bush’s wars, though he did start some new ones.  He also contrived to lose the war in Iraq that we had won before he took office. 


Also FYI:  Libtards

Obama never closed Gitmo.  He did release 144 detainees, 12 of whom are confirmed to have returned to terrorist or insurgency activities.  Another 86 are suspected.  

Rep. Lynn Jenkins (R-Kan.) said, “More and more, we are hearing about ex-Guantanamo Bay detainees rejoining the battlefield in hopes of harming Americans at home and abroad. This is another reason why we must reject the President’s so-called ‘plan’ to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay and increase transparency on future transfers. These detainees are some of the most dangerous people in the world – they should never be allowed the opportunity to reengage in terrorist activities.”


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The Truth About the Pipeline

If you listen to the leftists media the Noble Red Man is standing up to the eeeevil oil people who are trying to desecrate their sacred land by ramming an oil pipeline though their burial grounds and fouling their drinking water. If you believe that crap, shame on you. An Obama-appointed judge ordered a halt to construction, setting off heap big celebration with much fire water and smokum heap big bowls of locoweed. Even a bunch of white eyes have gotten in on the fun, leading some Injuns to complain they were treating their gig like Burning Man.

Left Pushes Misinformation in War Against Dakota Access Pipeline
When it comes to the plight of the American Indian, liberal hypocrisy shines.
On Sunday, the anti-pipeline agitators gained something of a victory after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers refused to grant the project a permit needed to finish construction — the company will likely be forced to reroute the pipeline.
Their concern is hardly surprising, given the plethora of false stories and fake news regarding the protests. Indeed, one widely circulated story even asserted that police had been given the green light to shoot protesters.
Of course what these hysterical reports — which range from highly exaggerated to patently false — fail to mention is that some of these “peaceful” pipeline protests are anything but. Protesters have attacked police, set fires, and damaged private property.
Moreover, even those who are protesting peacefully do so for a shaky cause. The pipeline will not be constructed on native land, but on private property north of the Standing Rock reservation.
Nor will the pipeline harm the water supply, as it will be built underneath the Missouri River.
“The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers held 389 meetings with 55 tribes to confer on the DAPL. In addition, 29 open houses, public meetings, and regulatory hearings were held throughout the four states where the pipeline travels. The Three Affiliated Tribes of North Dakota even voted unanimously to approve the project on Dec. 2, 2015,” Kain wrote.
Given all of the evidence, it seems clear that resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline was drummed up by interests who stand to gain financially should the pipeline not be built.
It’s hardly surprising then that Russell Kirk, the traditionalist conservative intellectual and godfather of the American conservative movement, was a fierce proponent of the American Indian cause, and after the 1973 Wounded Knee incident reportedly said he would have stood proudly in arms with the members of the American Indian Movement.
No one can deny that Native Americans have a lot of things to be angry about — but the Dakota Access Pipeline isn’t one of them.

Trump Supports Dakota Pipeline And Will Review Obama’s Rejection
Trump has pledged to overhaul the nation’s energy policy in a way that favors energy companies, and a reversal of the pipeline decision would fulfill that pledge. He has also said he will find a way to reverse the Obama administration’s rejection of TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline.
The Trump administration can probably overturn the Corps’ decision in Dakota and issue the required easement soon after taking power, Elvira Scotto, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets, said in a note Sunday night.
Congress, too, may get involved. Asked Monday if lawmakers will challenge the Army Corps decision, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said, “I think we’ll get a new administration, we’ll get new eyes, and there’s always a possibility.”

Hundreds of Dakota Access protesters march through a BLIZZARD in protest after Trump says he could REVERSE decision to halt pipeline construction
Hundreds of protesters marched on Monday against the Dakota Access Pipeline
It comes after President-elect Donald Trump announced support for project
Trump said he will revisit the decision to halt construction when he takes office
Protesters braved a heavy blizzard at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation
Camp cheered on Sunday when U.S. Army said it would halt project’s final stage
A group of Aztec dancers joined the march. One of the group, Sergio, told DailyMail.com: ‘We are here in solidarity against DAPL. We are here in celebration and prayer, showing support our brothers and sisters here in North Dakota.’
This female protester, Brown Buffalo Calf Woman, said she believed the time had come for people to stand up and protect the water

White House (not the Army) halts Dakota Access Pipeline work yet again
As NBC News was reporting yesterday, both Energy Transfer Partners (the owners of the project) and both of the state’s senators called foul and said that these delays and harassment would end once Obama leaves office.
Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the project, denounced the decision Sunday night as “a purely political action.”
Just to be clear, this obviously wasn’t a move which was made in a vacuum by the CoE. This came straight from the White House with the backing of the Justice Department. It was over a month ago when the Army began making noises about “looking at an alternate route” in response to the protests. But keep in mind that the current route is the one which the Army already approved and it was that approval which formed the basis for the state Public Service Commission’s decision to provide final approval. That approval was twice challenged in court and upheld both times.





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Worker of Mercy: Knitting Hats for Preemies

Ed Moseley is an 86-year-old who resides at Dogwood Forest Assisted Living in Acworth, Georgia. According to a recent report by ABC News, Moseley recently retired from a career in engineering, but he stays busy at his assisted living home with an unlikely hobby: knitting hats.


Moseley’s interest in knitting was sparked when the corporate office overseeing his community and seven others challenged all of the residents to collectively knit 200 hats for premature babies cared for in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Northside Hospital in Atlanta. The hospital’s NICU cares for about 2,000 premature babies each year.

Moseley told ABC News that he didn’t know how to knit before the community challenge:

I prevailed on my daughter to get a kit, and it comes with the right size loom and the right tools to help you knit one. I just followed the instructions. It was easy. Somehow I had never knitted, and I always associated knitting with a bunch of needles but this looked pretty doable for me. I went through two or three before I came out with a good finished product.

Having a child in the NICU can be incredibly stressful. Babies born prematurely or with complications often require extensive and invasive treatment, leaving parents to wonder if their child will grow up healthy, or sometimes, if he or she will come home at all.

The knitted hat, though small, can be a deeply touching gift for parents. Linda Kelly, clinical manager of the special care nursery, told ABC that the gift “makes it all seem less like a hospital.” Kelly said the gifts can help families to “see their baby as a baby and not as a patient.”

Moseley knitted 55 of the hats by himself and rallied staff and his fellow residents to bring the grand total to more than 300 baby hats. Moseley said he is now knitting larger hats for his own grandchildren.



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Just Plain Tuesday

Can it be January already? Please? I’m getting a little sick of the crappy attitude the left has amplified since they got whupped. Is anybody else just a little nervous about the phony recall? Hillary can’t win, but the goal was to delegitimize Trump the way they did with W. after Florida 2000. All I can say is it’s a good thing he won by a big enough margin to overcome the rampant fraud that’s coming to light.

Half of Detroit votes may be ineligible for recount
One-third of precincts in Wayne County could be disqualified from an unprecedented statewide recount of presidential election results because of problems with ballots.
Michigan’s largest county voted overwhelmingly for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, but officials couldn’t reconcile vote totals for 610 of 1,680 precincts during a countywide canvass of vote results late last month.
Most of those are in heavily Democratic Detroit, where the number of ballots in precinct poll books did not match those of voting machine printout reports in 59 percent of precincts, 392 of 662.

WHAT’S GOING ON? Trump Loses 16,648 Votes in Pennsylvania In the Last Week
Massive voter fraud in Pennsylvania has been identified. The final certified results in Pennsylvania show Donald Trump winning the state with 2,961,658 votes, while former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won 2,913,903 votes. The difference is 47,755 votes. This is what is now reported after absentee ballots were counted as reported on Friday, December 2nd.
This means that of the 20,736 absentee ballots cast, 18,467 went to Clinton— This is highly suspect.
What’s Going On?
In addition, there were 41,120 more votes cast for President than for the Senate race in Pennsylvania when looking at the final tallies. This too is suspect.
50124343Over the weekend, voter fraud was reported in Nevada where Jill Stein and Hillary Clinton have not requested recounts. Of course this is because Hillary was awarded Nevada’s Electoral College votes in the election. Pennsylvania is one of the three states Stein and Clinton have chosen for recounts.

Federal judge orders recount in Michigan, placing Electoral College votes at risk
Goldsmith’s order thus puts Michigan’s 16 Electoral College votes at risk if the state cannot complete a hand recount of every ballot within the next eight days or if Goldsmith’s order is not overturned on appeal.
Goldsmith’s order thus puts Michigan’s 16 Electoral College votes at risk if the state cannot complete a hand recount of every ballot within the next eight days or if Goldsmith’s order is not overturned on appeal.

Obstruction Ahead: Senate Dems Plot Course to Delay or Derail Trump Cabinet Picks
Senate Democrats are preparing to put Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks through a grinding confirmation process, weighing delay tactics that could eat up weeks of the Senate calendar and hamper his first 100 days in office. Multiple Democratic senators told POLITICO in interviews last week that after watching Republicans sit on Merrick Garland’s nomination to the Supreme Court for nearly a year, they’re in no mood to fast-track Trump’s selections.

Bill Whittle’s Firewall: Hillary’s Final Disgrace
Just when you think she cannot sink any lower, she finds a way.
Bill Whittle is back with another Firewall commentary, this time about Hillary Clinton’s final disgrace. Benghazi. Emails. Even leaving her supporters out in the cold on election night while she smashed things and hit people… Just when you think she cannot sink any lower, she finds a way.

Lift the Vote: Evangelicals Made the Difference in Florida, Other Swing States
“Trump carried the Evangelical vote by an overwhelming 81-16 margin,” Lift the Vote said in a statement released last week, citing preliminary exit polling data from a Pew Research report released on November 9, the day after the election.
“That represents a three point increase for Trump over Romney’s percentage four years ago, and a five point decline in support for Clinton versus Obama … a total eight point swing,” Lift the Vote noted.

Senate Majority Leader McConnell Against Free Speech – Surrendering FCC to Obama
Multiple DC sources have confirmed to GotNews that an effort to give Democrats control of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for months into Trump’s presidency is actually being led by Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell himself.
McConnell has reached an agreement with President Barack Obama and Democratic Senator Harry Reid to trade away control of the FCC for in exchange for confirmation of his own staffer, Neil Chatterjee, to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

WI Lawmaker: Dems Are Stalling, Recount Will Not Be Completed, State Will Be Forfeited– WON’T COUNT FOR TRUMP
All of the votes in Wisconsin have to be certified by December 13 before electors meet on December 19 to formally cast their votes.
Duffy noted that Jill Stein and Hillary Clinton operatives in Dane County Wisconsin, where liberal Madison is located, are deliberately slowing down the vote counting process (primarily by doing a hand recount) in an effort to disenfranchise Wisconsin electors from being able to cast their votes for Trump.

“They want to slow walk the vote counting so they can somewhat get a stain on the election of Donald Trump and start his presidency off with mud throwing and dirt throwing,” said Duffy.

Black Activists Launch Monthly Fee System For Whites To Pay Blacks
The subscription service is called Safety Pin Box and was launched last week. Wearing a safety pin has recently become a symbol within the liberal community for one to show solidarity with minorities.
15241848_10154608390827906_9109967163630593451_nThe group is headed by Leslie Mac and Marissa Jenae Johnson. Johnson is one of the Black Lives Matter protesters who interrupted Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders during a speech in Seattle last year.

Kerry: Trump ‘elected chieftain’ — but America has other leaders too
President-elect Trump may have been “elected chieftain,” as Secretary of State John Kerry put it, but his policy priorities will be constrained by a need for consensus.
The outgoing secretary of state underlined the point by noting that “even in countries that are totalitarian by most measurements, there’s a lot of consensus-building … our future is not defined just by an election. I guess that’s the bottom line of what I’m saying.”

University’s ‘Whiteness Forum’ takes ‘critical look at whiteness’

Students at Cal State San Marcos on Thursday hosted a “Whiteness Forum” as part of a communications class they are enrolled in, setting up more than a dozen displays that highlighted what they contend is how white privilege has oppressed people of color in a variety of ways.
A “Make America White Again” display included an image of Donald Trump’s baseball hat and argued his campaign has led to a wave of hate crimes.
Other displays: “Gentrification is the new Colonialism,” “Stand up for Standing Rock” and a “Wheel of Whiteness.”
Sanctuary campus supporters willing to ignore other laws
•Students at George Washington University, site of a recent walkout to demand a “sanctuary campus” to protect illegal immigrant students, say they favor defiance of other federal laws, too.
•Several students said they would like to make the campus a “sanctuary” from student loan debt, while others favored exemptions from underage drinking laws.

Hillary Supporter Bashes Elderly Woman Over the Head with Chair – Puts Gash in Her Forehead
An argument over the recent election ended with one Donora, Pennsylvania, supporter of Hillary Clinton charged with assault after hitting a 69-year-old woman over the head with a chair, according to police.
Matthew Pugh, 27, was arrested on November 30 on charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault, simple assault, and reckless endangerment, after allegedly attacking the elderly woman in the lobby of a high rise, according to the Observer-Reporter.






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That Reminds Me

On yesterday’s post about the wrong words to songs, Mindful said this:

I actually saw the Kingsmen in the early 70s (whatever the lineup was by then) at a friend’s college homecoming. In the acoustically awful gym. With it cranked up too high to make out the words. So it was perfect Louie Louie.

That got me to thinking of my first concert.It was in 1965.My friend from 4H invited me to come with his family to the Rockford YWCA to see a Chicago band named The New Colony Six.It was in the gym and the band was on the stage,dressed in their Paul Revere and the Raider-type outfits.There were a number of Chicago bands who had local hits,like the Buckinghams and the Cryan Shames.Everybody knew the big time bands,like Chicago(originally Chicago Transit Authority,whose first gig was at bar near where I lived called the Cinnamon Cinder in 1967)and,of course,Styx.Any group who had a record tried to get it played on the midwest powerhouse,WLS 890AM.I started listening to it on my 6 transistor radio when I was about 13.
The only bands I heard in college were REO Speedwagon,all music students from the University of Illinois,who were doing a gig at the National Guard Armory with The Chambers Brothers.We also saw a texas band called Bloodrock.I was dating a girl who was a senior at Northern Illinois University in 1972 and she was on the ticket committee.They had mini-concerts,with the likes of Joan Baez and Mountain(Mississippi Queen).
The big concert was held at the NIU Fieldhouse and starred Reginald Dwight…also known as Elton John.It was just before his Honky Chateau album came out.I got to go to the after-party(at the Holiday Inn,where else?) and never heard anybody swear as much as Elton did.There was so much pot being smoked at the concert you could get a contact high.
Those were great times.A lot of happy memories of where you were and what you were doing when you first heard a song.It was fun.Surfin’,hot rods,losing a girlfriend,Motown,all harmless and it made you feel better about everything.So sad that what passes for music today celebrates violence,the degradation of women and blatant drug use.You don’t hold somebody when you dance.The dances today are close to what we used to call foreplay.
I would be remiss not to mention Rockford’s own hometown heroes,Cheap Trick.Rick Neilsen’s parents were both music teachers and owned the biggest music store in town.I remember sitting across the street on a Saturday afternoon watching a big U-Haul being loaded with amps and equipment from the store.At that time,their name was The Fuse.I actually had a music appreciation class at Rock Valley Junior College with Nielsen.I worked my tail off,got a “C”.He showed up for class about twice and aced it.Go figure.The drummer,Bun E. Carlos,(real name:Brad Carlson) went to Harlem High School with my child bride.He was class of 1967,same as her.
Times change,music changes.I haven’t listened to music since the hair metal days of the 80’s.(yeah,I listened to disco in the 70’s,but I won’t admit it.)but it is what it is,I guess.My grandkids think I’m a little strange,but their grandkids will probably think the same thing.



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