Wednesday, January 13, 2010

How Long Did I Take You To Realize The System Failed?

Latest Ad From KAS: ‘100 HOURS’

CBS: Most Americans Want

How long did it take you to realize the system failed? I think Obama is a little stoopafied with being President. Or maybe he didn't care.  This is the newest ad from Keep America Safe. It ask the question now lets see what the answers are. What do you think of this ad? And should we use tax payer money to pay for this ad to run on TV?


  1. Should tax payer money go to an ad like this or should it be up to the public to fund it? NPR is fair and ballance right? Why not run the ads side by side? It is only fair that both sides be represented by NPR. Isn't that what the neo-Dems want with the Fairness Doctrine?

  2. Didn't Chris Matthews say he felt a moist spot on his leg when he saw Obama? A lot of Democrats felt that same thing.

  3. Remember when Michael Moore did that movie with Bush reacting to 9/11 in slow-motion? You don't even need to use any film-editing with this President Obummer. What a joke this guy is.

  4. The lies are piling up. Remember "transparency"?!?! BWAAAAHAHAHAHA, check this out:

    Joe Biden update: He meets on transparency today. But the meeting is closed
    January 14, 2010 by Andrew Malcolm

    Everybody should just relax and take it easy.

    Unsubstantiated rumors that Vice President Joe Biden had suddenly gone a little loopy and ordered some of his official meetings opened to at least cursory public or media attention were just that -- unsubstantiated rumors.

    After a recent public sighting, fears had mounted that the one-time, long-term senator might rebel against traditional White House strictures and start acting on all the administration's oft-promised promises of government transparency and official openness running back into 2008.

    But the VP's public schedule today puts all those fears to rest.

    In fact, loyal Ticket readers will recall that one day last summer with no advance warning whatsoever Biden's official White House schedule changed from listing frequent "private meetings" to listing frequent meetings that are "closed press." Was this dramatic and ... little-noticed vocabulary change a sign of internal administration turmoil? What did it really mean?

    No, of course not. And, nothing.
    Announcing everyone the VP meets with, including sessions with unidentified senior staff, which consume much of the vice president's listed time, and what subjects they talk about would have been a stark contrast to Bush's administration, whose notoriously secretive ways drew such criticism from Dems in Congress during eight long years.

    Instead, in the apparent interests of bipartisanship, the Delaware Dem has adopted much the same sort of undetailed schedule as his Rep predecessor, Cheney, who was not in the Senate when Obama was only 11 years old.

    In fact, today's Biden schedule highlight is a meeting with the chief of transparency for economic recovery. Unfortunately the transparency meeting is non-transparent, closed to the press. Which makes it - what? - secret openness? Open secrecy?

    In a joint report issued early this week a league of nonprofit groups including Common Cause gave the Dem administration high marks for its openness, although it said the work was incomplete and didn't really go into the lack of open healthcare legislative hearings televised by C-SPAN, as promised by candidate Obama.

    Biden once described Cheney as the most dangerous VP in American history. But since Biden will be 68 this year, he was probably overstating in his well-known, jolly way the dangerous vice presidents that he's known whose devious backroom skills and ways earned them fame over the decades - men with household names like William King, Henry Wilson and T.A. Hendricks.

    Someday, who knows, Biden's too may join them.

    Here is the vice president's official schedule for today. Note especially that the V.P.'s meeting with the chairman of the Recovery Act Transparency and Accountability Board is closed, meaning non-transparent.

    DAILY GUIDANCE FOR THE VICE PRESIDENT, Thursday, January 14, 2010:

    Morning - President and the VP receive the Daily Briefing in the Oval Office. Briefings are closed press.

    11:30 AM - VP will meet with Sec. of Transportation LaHood to discuss the ARRA. This meeting is closed press.

    Afterwards, the President and VP will have lunch in the Private Dining Room. This lunch is closed press.

    1:00 PM, the VP will meet with Iraqi VP in the Roosevelt Room.
    2:15 PM, the VP will meet with chairman of the Recovery Act Transparency and Accountability Board. This meeting is closed press.

  5. Wanna see video of Jon Stewart apologizing for getting schooled by someone much more intelligent than he is? Another lib hero of FAILk's goes down in flames.

  6. The liberal Al Qaeda want to silence all opposition. They live in an echo chamber and watch only MadCow and Blowbermann and nod their heads and say "Oh YES Rachel and Keith, you GIVE it to those conservatives" even though those idiots never offer the opposing side or even have an open debate with the opposing side. What a bunch of pussies.

    Just like when Obummer said his door was open for any suggestions on the health care bill, several Republican Senators and Reps tried to meet with Obummer to discuss their ideas but he wouldn't have it. Refused to meet with them.

    Just like whenever you present any LIEberal with facts and information, they don't want to hear it because they fear it will destroy their little Sesame Street fantasy world. Like this whopper, where you increase demand on the health care system, and decrease supply, and somehow that is supposed to lower costs and taxes and pay down the deficit!?! I mean, seriously, LIEberals BELIEVE bullshit like this!! It's true, they believe it because they WANT to believe it, not because it's true or the facts bear it out! ROFLMAO

  7. Now here is something that I believe all Americans can stand behind. Read this piece, and then go to to send your letter to your Senators and Representative:
    The underpants bomber incident is tempting the politicians to overreact again. Of course, that's the point of terrorism, to make us afraid. We win the war on terrorism instantly if we can do one simple thing -- NOT BE AFRAID.

    If you agree, please tell Congress to calm down:

    Tell them you're not afraid of terrorism, and instruct them to stop being afraid on your behalf. You can also share evidence showing that most Americans aren't terrified, as I do in my sample letter, which you can borrow, or copy from:

    I do not want the underpants bomber incident to serve as a pretext for...

    * reauthorizing the three provisions of the PATRIOT Act that expire at the end of February
    * implementing body scanners (which are not likely to make us more safe anyway)
    * or any other invasion of our liberty and privacy

    You may think that when such incidents occur the American people recoil in fear and start wanting Congress to "do something," but it isn't so ...

    * from October to January, the percentage of people "very worried" and "somewhat worried" about terrorism actually fell by two points, and is just 34%.

    * in spite of the underpants bomber, only 11% believe terrorism is the most important issue facing us.

    The fears of the few should not be used as an excuse to impose unwanted burdens and invasions on the rest of us.

    Consider also that polls show the American people understand that terrorists always will find a way to launch an attack, no matter what the government does.

    As David Brooks pointed out regarding the underpants bomber ...

    At some point, it's worth pointing out that it wasn't the centralized system that stopped terrorism in this instance. As with the shoe bomber, as with the plane that went down in Shanksville, Pa., it was decentralized citizen action. The plot was foiled by nonexpert civilians who had the advantage of the concrete information right in front of them - and the spirit to take the initiative.

    We the people have already won our war on terrorism by not being afraid. Overreacting to terror will not win you votes. Overreaction will, instead, hamper the economy (which voters overwhelmingly say is the #1 issue), add billions to the debt, and do nothing to stop determined terrorists.

  8. Chris how are you doing my friend it has been a long time since I have written in or checked into your blog I'm sorry I've been away so long but I am back now. I can't wait to read through your blog and see what you have been up to lately I'm sure it's going to be good. Anyway I found a Michelle Malkin article today that I thought you would get a kick out of it's about Hussein's wife claiming that she used vegetabels from her own white house garden for some cooking show but she is a liar just like Hussein is lol man can this bunch of liars ever tell the truth about anything!??! even the smallest things they have to lie about and it is pretty damn funny. Also some people have been calling Hussein's wife the wookie in chief but I'm not sure what that means but the name wookie really does seem to fit her for some reason she looks like Hussein would call her wookie!

    Well here is the link to the article and I can't wait to get reading you again and seeing what you've been up to lately.
    Everything’s staged: Michelle Obama’s garden food was fake
    By Michelle Malkin • January 14, 2010 09:52 AM

  9. Why is Obummer hiding? He hasn't had a press conference since he stepped in a pile of dog doodoo by claiming that the police acted "stupidly". Not that I like to see Obummer any more than I have to, but I do like to see this "intelligent" guy make an ass out of himself when he doesn't have his precious teleprompter to fall back on! Seriously, I'm pretty sure that Bush was more intelligent than Obummer. Obummer is a mental cripple without his crutch of a teleprompter!

    Obama Gives Speeches, Interviews But Few Press Conferences Media Complain, But White House Insists Obama is Accessible

    The White House says the president is not hiding and, indeed, does regular interviews with a wide variety of media. But they're one-on-one interviews, not a large collective news conference.

    Obama sat down at the end of last year for a slew of interviews with organizations such as ABC News, the Washington Post, PBS' "Newshour" and NPR. He has been interviewed this year by CNN's Roland Martin and People magazine.

    Dana Perino, press secretary for George W. Bush, said the media is not being tough enough on the Obama White House.

    "Ask yourself, would the media have sat so idly by if Bush had not given interviews? I think we all know the answer," she said. "Interviews are great ways to communicate, but as Vanilla Ice said, it's not the same."

  10. lol....first the right was saying Obama was out in public too much, then now he's hiding. can't win with these people.

    And their quoting the liar, Dana Perino who stated succinctly that there were no terror attacks on american soil during Bush's years in office.

    typical Decepticons, constantly rewriting history. You'd think as opposed to lies as you guys post here on the blog, that your side would stop doing it, but i guess not.

  11. Joey, as I stated I could do without more of Obummer, but it is entertaining when he shows what a true idiot he is. Like in the last press conference where his ego got the best of him and he had to take the question where he could call the cops stupid.

    Furthermore Joey, is Dana Perino's quote wrong? You know it isn't. Is she re-writing history or telling a lie? Nice strawman. Actually, that wasn't even a nice strawman, that was a pretty weak attempt. So ... where are the lies Joey? Fact is that this joker is in hiding. Question is, why?

  12. WTF Biden has been in hiding since last Jan. I love watching that buffoon talk. Biden makes GWB look like a wize kid. I know dementia patience that are better politicians then Biden. He is 1 person away from being the President of the USA. That should scare everyone.

  13. Where Are The Jobs BHO14 January, 2010 18:20

    The White House sent a memo to federal agencies last month, announcing that it would no longer count a job as "saved or created" by the stimulus, but rather count the number of jobs "funded" by the stimulus.

    That means any "stimulus" money used to cover payroll will be included in the jobs program, including pay raises for existing employees and pay for people who were never in jeopardy of losing their positions.

    However, on Tuesday the White House Council of Economic Advisors claimed the stimulus created or saved 1.5 million to 2 million jobs last year.

    Rea Hederman, a senior policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation, says the Obama administration is changing the rules of how it originally decided to count jobs as "saved" in an effort to make the stimulus "look better" and "save themself from future embarrassment." He notes many people were skeptical of the pPresident's earlier claim that the stimulus had saved 650,000-plus jobs.

    "A number of newspapers went through and said, 'Wow, how can you say this when Arizona doesn't have a fifteenth congressional district?' A lot of newspaper articles were focused on how ludicrous these numbers were when somebody who's bought ten pairs of shoes said that he created 20 jobs," Hederman reports. "A lot of confusion in the numbers that the administration originally put forth came under a great deal of attack, and so the administration said, 'Wow, that way is too complicated. Let's just say now that any job that kind of handles or receives any type of stimulus money is counted as saved.'"

    The policy analyst says, for example, a secretary handling a stimulus-related project is now being counted as a job saved even if her job was never in danger to begin with.

  14. Where Are The Jobs14 January, 2010 18:22

    High and/or rising unemployment is always a political liability for a president, and so Barack Obama has taken the offensive in trying to persuade the American people that his team can get Americans back to work.

    In November, Obama took credit for having created 640,000 jobs. That audacious assertion was less than persuasive, coming as it did near the end of a year during which the number of employed Americans declined by over four million while the unemployment rate rose from eight percent to 10 percent.

    Team Obama's credibility came into question again when alert reporters pointed out an embarrassingly large number of "inaccuracies" in the Obama administration's claims of jobs "saved" and "created" by the stimulus plan he pushed through Congress last winter. This included isolated stories about things like more than 900 jobs being saved in a Georgia business with only 500 employees. Then it quickly snowballed when researchers examined Obama's website and tabulated official claims of tens of thousands of phantom jobs in nonexistent congressional districts.

    This unseemly episode raised issues of competence and trust in terms of whether Team Obama had what it took to help the unemployment situation (and never mind whether these are the people you want redesigning the country's healthcare and energy industries). In fact, it proved to be an advantageous diversion for Team Obama, because it deflected attention away from the administration's actual record of adopting policies that have increased the number of unemployed Americans.

    In June, the minimum wage rate increased 75 cents. This government intervention priced many young Americans out of jobs, with the unemployment rate for black teens rising from an already-too-high 39 percent to an abominable 50 percent.

    Team Obama's aggressive attempts to raise taxes on businesses and employees to pay for his healthcare plan would significantly increase the costs of employing people, making businesses afraid to hire. And the cap-and-trade scheme would increase energy costs dramatically, further adding to business worries. (Incidentally, economic studies have shown that Obama's cap-and-trade program would reduce American employment by between one to two million jobs per year.)

    Another factor that has aggravated unemployment this year is that Uncle Sam's enormous budget deficit has consumed virtually all the available credit, crippling the ability of private businesses to hire new workers.

    Obama's fundamental problem regarding jobs is that he believes all that baloney about government having quasi-deific powers as an alleged "creator" and "savior" of jobs. Yes, government can put people on its payroll or prop up certain jobs, but only by redirecting scarce capital and resources from elsewhere in the economy, thereby reducing employment in the private sector.

    Examples abound:

    What about the Obama hype about creating new "green" jobs? Lots of luck! Germany's government tried this, and every "green" job cost $240,000 and raised the overall unemployment rate. Each solar energy job in sunny Spain resulted in the loss of 2.2 other jobs.

    Even in our own nation's history, it is no coincidence that unemployment stubbornly remained at atrocious levels for all the years that FDR's jobs programs were in place.

    As history shows, governments are not creators and saviors of jobs on a net basis, but effective destroyers of jobs.

    A little economic knowledge explains why this happens.

  15. When a job exists only because of a government subsidy (whether in the form of a grant, a tax credit, or any other policy device), then what the job produces is worth less than the worker is being paid. Society as a whole is made poorer by the difference between the value of what the worker produces and what the government pays him, and that wealth is withdrawn from the private sector. Even if government could miraculously hire workers to do exactly the work that citizens want most and pay them true market wages (and no government planners ever have sufficient specific knowledge to make these decisions, which is why centrally planned economies always stagnate), such a program would make society poorer and therefore reduce overall employment. Why? Because of the overhead costs of administering the program: the armies of bureaucrats (with their cars and offices) needed to study, administer, and keep records on the government-employed "non-governmental" workers.

    The Obama/Pelosi/Reid axis rushed to defuse the fake jobs scandal of November by holding a "jobs summit" in December. The outcome of that summit was more of the same failed policies of government spending and government subsidies that will finance uneconomical jobs at the expense of economically rational jobs in the private sector. As a result, high unemployment will persist throughout 2010.

    One of the tragedies of Barack Obama's presidency is that the more he tries to use government to improve the job market, the more he throttles that market. Let go, Mr. President. You're making things worse.

  16. John, i think that Dane Perino is wrong. I think Obama has been out front more often than Bush just not in press conferences.

  17. Well Joey, it is the media that is complaining about the lack of press conferences. And I'm sure the media would have complained if Bush didn't give press conferences, and the furor would have been immense don't you think? Seriously, just picture if all these things that have happened since Obummer claimed that the Cambridge Police acted "stupidly" had happened on Bush's watch, and Bush had had no press conference ... there would be quite an outrage don't you think?

    From the article above:
    President Obama has not held a full news conference at the White House since July 22, the night he said that the Cambridge Police "acted stupidly" in the arrest of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates.

    Since then, the president has delivered dozens of speeches and taken a few questions from reporters while with world leaders on foreign trips. But, lately, it is rare for him to take questions from the media at events or meetings at the White House.

    Obama had five news conferences at the White House last year, one more than President George W. Bush had in his first year in office...

    ....Gibbs was again questioned about the news conference drought this week.

    The White House spokesman said, no, the president was not avoiding reporters and reiterated the media's concern about overexposure.

    When he asked for a show of hands from those who wanted a news conference, Gibbs got unanimous agreement from the press corps: Bring on the president.
    I agree with you though Joey, Obummer HAS been out there a lot more than Bush, but a majority if not all of it is propaganda. He is hiding from answering questions in a press conference. Shutting out the media, I don't know that that is such a good idea. And I miss the comedy of The Teleprompter Kid!

  18. So he had more press conferences than bush in his first year and the rest is propaganda. lmao, your funny.

    Yet dana Perino thinks the media is going soft on him as for access, despite having had more PC's than bush and being more out in public.

  19. Donald good to hear from you again.


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