Sunday, February 28, 2010

Dick Blumenthal and the Croakley Factor

Well the Oracle of Norwich has spoken!

Notice how Mr. Hackett painted all the senate candidates as in dire straights except his favorite candidate Dick Blumenthal? You would almost have to think that the election will just be a formality unless you stop and think for yourself.

Mr. Hackett's wishful-thinking analysis belies the reality behind it. His candidate has the same inherent weaknesses that his counterpart Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Croakley did. Blumenthal, like Croakley, firstly just doesn't get it. They are just not one of us. Croakley and Blumenthal are slick lawyers who live in their lawyer-world that is totally detached from ours, when what we need is someone real.

What does he intend to do as senator since he cant even initiate one of his nuisance lawsuits from that perch? I think he picked the wrong year to make his move.

People are going to be asking questions that he has no foggy idea how to answer. Where is he on ObamaCare? We the People don't want it. How is he going to straddle that one?

If Blumenthal wants ObamaCare than we don't want Blumenthal. Its just that simple. Watch that 30 point he has nose-dive like Croakley's lead did when people start asking him questions (questions that the Norwich Bulletin should have already asked).

Blumenthal cant coast forever. The press has given him a free ride thus far but that is about to end.

Just as Blumenthal has a lot in common with the ill fated Croakley, I think Rob Simmons and Daria Novak have a lot of the same potential and good qualities that Scott Brown has.

Simmons and Novak are right on the issues, they are just like us and both oppose ObamaCare and oppose this reckless spending and over-printing of money.

Scott overtook a 30 point deficit and defeated Ray Hacketts candidate not by magic, not on his good looks, but because Scott was right on the issues. We don't need useless lawyers like Croakley. Blumenthal and Joe Courtney. They and people just like them are the ones that got us in this mess in the first place. We need real people to deal with real issues facing us.

I think Simmons and Novak are not only going to be contenders, I think they are going to win just like Scott Brown did.

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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Kill The Bill

Whether the mandate that we all buy insurance is constitutional or not comes down to the who sits on the Supreme Court. I am not sure if it is or not. I would have to give that some thought. What I or anyone else thinks though isn't important.

I suspect the Court will go along with it probably 5-4 or maybe even 6-3. The Commerce Clause seemingly has no limits. My fellow conservatives have to remember that there are people on that court that can't be persuaded with reason or the clear, unmistakable, textual parameters of the Constitution (case in point Kelo V New London). There are four or five of them, depending on what kind of day Justice Kennedy is having. If the only thing that can save us is the Supreme Court than we are all fucking screwed.

What I am sure is that so called Healthcare *reform* of this kind is a very bad idea and we got the vast majority of Americans on our side. We have to make our voice heard. KILL THE BILL!

Any bill this Congress (which has way to many lawyers in it including that guy that supposedly represents us) comes up with will be bad for you and me and our posterity. It looks like the House of Reps will flip over to Republican control in November and if they shove this down our unwilling throats than Rob Simmons will be in the majority when he is elected to the Senate too.

I am praying that the Democrats are not that suicidal. Democrats take my advice that will help you get re-elected. Don't pass anything! They --and the rest of us-- would all be far better off.

The problem is that a bill passed and signed into law can't really be undone. There is the President's veto power for one thing, and even a President Palin could not realistically expect a bill reversing the damage to ever cross her desk. It would be virtually impossible to get rid of this monstrosity once it is passed.

This so called reform has to be killed outright. Kill it, burn it and scatter the ashes to the four winds.

Never mind a court challenge. We need to kill it with good old fashioned Democracy. Call or write our senators and reps and tell them to kill the bill. If enough of us do, we will kill it.

It would be well worth sacrificing anticipated Republican takeover of Congress to stop this very bad legislation.
It is that important.
I want the Republicans back in charge but not at the cost to our healthcare system. Obama has to fail so that we can keep our place as the preeminent healthcare system in the world.

Healthcare can and should be improved -- by the NEXT Congress.

The longer the issue drags on, the better it is for We the People. Hopefully the up coming elections will make getting anything passed impossible.

That's not a bad thing

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Friday, February 26, 2010

Make Daria Novak a Congresswoman

Ray Hackett suffers from an acute case of wishful thinking if believes his friend Joe Courtney is going to have a cakewalk to re-election.

If such were so, than why is Courtney hiding from us? Could it be that disaster of a town hall meeting in which he tried to defend his position of ObamaCare?

Republican Daria Novak is our Scott Brown. Novak is a successful businesswoman (President and Founder of ERUdyne) and has the same common sense conservative values of the people she would represent. Most importantly Novak opposes ObamaCare that the lawyer-incumbent wants to shove down our throats. Take a look at her website at and then please send that lady to Congress!

Thursday, February 25, 2010


Monday, February 22, 2010

Palin on the "Settled Science" of The Global Warming Theory

Over the last few months, and even again today, very unsettling revelations have come to light about the “settled science” of man-made global warming. With all of these shoes dropping you’d think every member of the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) would be barefoot by now.

One thing after another keeps popping up to further discredit the theory of man-made global warming. The IPCC’s supposedly definitive report proving the theory is
riddled with serious errors. The organization has been publicly chastised by everyone from its former chair to the heads of the UK’s biggest funder of climate research and Greenpeace UK. One of the world’s top climate change scientists, Prof. Phil Jones, has conceded that there’s been no significant warming since 1995; that the medieval period may have been warmer than today; and that he’s had trouble even keeping track of raw data crucial to the global warming theory. Yet President Obama still seeks to create a federal office for global warming, and they’re still talking about mandating their cap-and-tax plan that's based on discredited data.

The Obama administration’s environmental extremism also shows up in its
aversion to oil and gas development. A true all-of-the-above approach to energy would mean allowing oil and gas explorers to drill here and drill now because America has the proven reserves needed to meet our energy challenges. A new industry study reveals that the federal government's current restrictions on oil and gas drilling in Alaska and off the U.S. coastline will cost us $2.36 trillion through 2029. Think of the millions of U.S. jobs we could create, and how much more secure America would be, if we had a true free market approach to energy independence that allowed us to finally drill!

And though I applaud the President’s newly declared interest in nuclear power, it should be noted that he’s merely following through on
loan guarantees authorized during the prior administration. What’s more, while the White House now touts the building of new nuclear power plants, its budget inexplicably calls for cutting funding to the proposed nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. A real nuclear energy plan requires a strategy for dealing with nuclear waste storage and recycling.

The man-made global warming hysteria isn’t based on
sound science, and the Obama administration’s energy policy isn’t based on sound economics. If the climategate revelations teach us anything, it’s that we need to cool down the rhetoric and fire up our common sense.

- Sarah Palin

Sunday, February 07, 2010

Palin's Tea Party Speech

Friday, February 05, 2010

The Democrats Are Not Our Friends!

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