Wednesday, September 15, 2010

What Is The Most Violent Idiology In Europe? Open Thread

Even in Europe the right wing in non-violent while the lefters and Muslim are doing all the damage. I wonder why the lefters and Muslims are trying to make it seem like the right wing and Christians are to fear? They do have a lot of emotion that I wish the right wing had.
But it looks like their emotion spills into violence too often.
Karl Rove: “I’ve met her. I gotta tell you, I wasn’t frankly impressed [at] her abilities as a candidate.”

Are Republicans not on board with the Tea Party/conservative movement or are they? Let's have some debate on any issue you choose. If you have any suggestions on how to make the blog better please let me know. The blog gets about 2,000 hits per week on average and yet few people comment. Now is your time to say what you want about anything you want. Ask questions,opine or make an observation,whatever.


  1. I'm thinking the most violent ideology currently in mainstream europe is France. Its heavy handed repression of Islamic culture is going to result in more violence.

    It almost seem like conservatives in America are competing with Conservatives in France to be the most hated people by Muslims. All we have to do is sit back and let France become enemy number one but i doubt we'll let that happen.

  2. Wow, the Republican party is being taken over by former tea party candidates. FANTASTIC news for Democrats.

    The Tea Party is going to be the best thing that has happened to Democrats in a very long time.

    Tea Party should no longer be used to describe this radical group of candidates. They are now Republicans and the Republican party owns them.

  3. Bruce Calm Down Dont Wet Your Pants. My God Man, Castle, Is A Rino From The Start And Is Nothing More Than Demoncrat With Republican Tag!

    The Best Thing That Will Happen Bruce Is Not Only RINOs But Politicans Who Have Stopped Listening To Citizens Will Hear Them In November. Now Bruce Back To The Mushroom Patch For You!

    Your Note About Europe And Us Is Correct Though This Regime Has Their Way We Will Be Europe!

    Tea Party Once Again Bruce Is Your Worse Nightmare,Independants,Conservatives,Republicans And Yes Bruce Even Democrats Who Have Had Enough Of Politicans That Put Party And
    Ideaology First. Hope And Change Is Couple Years Late But The Start Is Acoming And The Rest Takes Place In 2012.

    Joe Do All The People You Come In Contact With Like You Or Are There A Couple Whom Could Actually Hate You. Would You Change To Make People Not Hate You Because Of Your Ideaology Or Say Screw Them?

    Wheather Its Ideaology,Envy Or Religion We Have Always Had Our Haters And For Over 235 Years Who Has Accomplished More And Aided More People World Wide Than Us? Just My Opinion!

  4. Joe how is it you can find a way to not blame the Muslims that are rioting in Europe? Aren't the Muslims the ones that want sharia law and then they riot? That doesn't sound left-wing at all.

  5. New Hampshire has certified former state Attorney General Kelly Ayotte (AY’-aht) as the winner of the Republican primary for U.S. Senate.

    Ayotte was endorsed by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and won a narrow victory over Ovide Lamontagne (LAH’-mohn-tayn). His conservative credentials and courting of the tea party pulled him close in the final days of the campaign.

    Lamontagne has until 5 p.m. to decide whether he’ll seek a recount because the margin of victory fell within 1.5 percent of the total votes cast.

    The secretary of state‘s office says Ayotte’s official margin of victory was 1,667 votes.

    Ayotte will face U.S. Rep. Paul Hodes (HOHDZ’), who was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

  6. Insurgent US "Tea Party" conservatives scored another big upset victory, as a political novice routed a veteran lawmaker to become the Republican contender for Vice President Joe Biden's old senate seat.

    With all precincts reporting, unofficial results showed Christine O'Donnell had beaten popular moderate Representative Mike Castle by a 53.1-46.9 percent margin in the Republican primary in the small US East Coast state of Delaware.

    "The voters in the Republican primary have spoken and I respect that decision," Castle said in a somber concession speech in which he did not endorse his rival following a bitter weeks-long battle.

    O'Donnell, who survived charges of past financial improprieties, harnessed anti-establishment anger and rode an endorsement from former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin to a stunning victory.

    "The people of Delaware have spoken: No more politics as usual," O'Donnell told cheering supporters in her victory speech.It's all about the country coming back to it's conservative roots not the GOP or DNC. And the GOP gave in to the Tea Party so you can't evn call that a fight. They gave her $42,000 which is the max they can give her.

  7. Efforts to tame America's ballooning budget deficit could soon confront a daunting reality: Nearly half of all Americans live in a household in which someone receives government benefits, more than at any time in history.

    At the same time, the fraction of American households not paying federal income taxes has also grown—to an estimated 45% in 2010, from 39% five years ago, according to the Tax Policy Center, a nonpartisan research organization.

    A little more than half don't earn enough to be taxed; the rest take so many credits and deductions they don't owe anything. Most still get hit with Medicare and Social Security payroll taxes, but 13% of all U.S. households pay neither federal income nor payroll taxes.

    "We have a very large share of the American population that is getting checks from the government," says Keith Hennessey, an economic adviser to President George W. Bush and now a fellow at the conservative Hoover Institution, "and an increasingly smaller portion of the population that's paying for it."

    The dimensions of the budget hole were underscored Monday, when the Treasury reported that the government ran a $1.26 trillion deficit for the first 11 months of the fiscal year, on pace to be the second-biggest on record.

    It's all the Democrats know how to do is give the working classes money to their voting base. It's sad to see what has become of the Democratic Party. I know I'm voting Republican for the first time in my life.

  8. Capitol Hill employees owed $9.3 million in overdue taxes at the end of last year, a sliver of the $1 billion owed by federal workers nationwide but one with potential political ramifications for members of Congress.

    The debt among Hill employees has risen at a faster rate than the overall tax debt on the government's books, according to Internal Revenue Service data. It comes at a time when some Republican members are pushing for the firings of government workers who owe the IRS and President Obama has urged a crackdown on delinquent government contractors.

    The IRS information does not identify delinquent taxpayers by name, party affiliation or job title and does not indicate whether members of Congress are among the scofflaws. It shows that 638 employees, or about 4 percent, of the 18,000 Hill workers owe money, a slightly higher percentage than the 3 percent delinquency rate among all returns filed nationwide.

    The average unpaid tax bill is $12,787 among the Senate's delinquent taxpayers and $15,498 among those working in the House.

    "It's kind of embarrassing if you help make the laws but you don't obey the laws," said Sen. Charles E. Grassley (Iowa), the ranking Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, which has jurisdiction over tax matters.

    IRS debt among government workers has surfaced repeatedly as a political issue over the years, most recently when Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) introduced legislation this year to fire federal workers who owe back taxes unless they have entered into a payment plan. Eight Republicans co-sponsored the bill. No Democrats have signed on, and some have said firings would reduce the government's prospects of being paid.

    "If you're on the federal payroll and you're not paying your taxes, you should be fired," Chaffetz said in an interview. He said the policy should apply across the board and "there should be no special exemptions."

  9. Nice to have you Jim. Keep dreaming Bruce. Conservatives have made some great strides and that IS hurting the Progressive power grab. It truly does suck to be a Democrat,liberal and Progressives. I can't wait to see what happens with these common sense voters when they can vote for one of their own common sense candidates.

  10. Off Topic But Open Thread See Fanny May Is Going Back In Business With Something Like 150 Billion Dollars To Lend. The Politicans Dont Get It. Well Maybe They Will Put Barney Frank/Chris Dood In Charge. Why Not They Did A GREAT Job Last Time.

    Saw Dirty Harry Yesterday Trying To Explain How Two Years Of Colledge Or Military Service Equals Citizens Ship. He Did Not Mentioned JOBS For Citizens But Seemed Proud Of The Illegal Pending Legislation.

    This Regime Is Going To Try And Get It Agenda Passed Anyway It Can And Damn The Citizens.

  11. "Tea Party should no longer be used to describe this radical group of candidates."
    If you mean radical candidates, Bruce, as in holding ideals of constitutional integrity, fiscal responsibility, free markets, personal liberties, opportunity for prosperity, etc, etc... You know, the ideals for which our founding father started this nation, well DAMN those founding fathers anyways..... (shaking my head at the socialist mindset of Americas liberals).

  12. Los Angeles 111 Million Dollars In Stimulus. 55 Jobs Created Or Saved! Summer Of Recovery Ooops! Tax Payers Money Poof!


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