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Saturday, June 30, 2012

46th Rant: The Supreme Court Week in Review

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way--in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.

These words are the opening words to Charles Dickens' epic novel "A Tale of Two Cities" which was written in 1859, but they could indeed fit what had happened with the Supreme Court, nay in all of America, this past week. With the Supreme Court's bookmark rulings beginning with the ruling for Arizona in part and for Obama in part with the SB1070 ruling on Monday, and then ending with the mixed ruling on ObamaCare.

Let us begin with the ObamaCare ruling first. There are many who say that it was a bad decision by Chief Justice Roberts, but I say that he was correct in his ruling. The reason I say such is because he had handed the election over to Romney in voting the way he did. If he had voted the other way, Obama would have CLEARLY derided the decision as a ruling right down party lines and say that the Supreme Court is TOO Conservative. In this way he will not blame the Supreme Court for him being a SCOAMF. Also, what Roberts has done was made it a tax which means that it only takes 51 Senators to vote for repeal, not the 60 that it took to ram ObamaCare down our throats in 2009. And as Romney himself has said, once he is elected president, he will repeal ObamaCare.

Now on to the ruling for Arizona in SB1070. After Obama had heard the ruling he in a sense told Homeland Security to tell Arizona that they are on their own, which is typical Obama fashion. If he does not like a ruling or a vote, he basically blames everybody but himself for it. That is also typical Liberal mindset. If they do not get a job, the boss is to blame. They do bad on a test, the professor is to blame. They get into a car crash, the other driver is to blame. They never look in the mirror and say they are doing the things to get themselves in the position they are in.

Ladies and gentlemen, this Supreme Court had shown us just how important this election is in November. As I had mentioned in a tweet on Thursday, The Supreme Court left us no choice now. In order to repeal ObamaCare, we must Repeal Obama in November.

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Friday, June 22, 2012

45th Rant: A vote for any but Romney is a vote for Obama

Apparently it seems like after I had presented a thought out argument on March 24, 1012 and continued it on March 31, 2012 where I spoke out AGAINST voting for a third party, it seems SOME PEOPLE still speak on voting third party even AFTER I had provided LOGICAL MATH AND HISTORY AGAINST IT! So let me reiterate one more time


In other words, you are either ALL IN FOR OBAMA  or you are ALL IN FOR ROMNEY! If you sit at home or vote for anyone else then it is a throwaway vote for Obama. I hear many of you say that is impossible but it is so true. We need look no further than 1992 when Ross Perot hindered the People from 4 more years of George H.W. Bush. Had Perot not have run, I feel Bush 41 would have won because most of the Perot votes were AGAINST Bush. This election the third party votes sway AGAINST Romney and are FOR Obama.

Don’t believe me? Well try this out. Take two cups and label one Republican and one Democrat. Then take a third cup and label it Other (for Write-IN, No-Vote, or Third Party) and place it next to the other two. Now put 50 pennies in that cup for those who do not vote. Place 500 pennies in the other two cups. If you take even ONE PENNY from the Republican OR the Democrat cup right off the bat for a write-in or a third party vote, that cup has 499 while the other cup has 500. Therefore, you have one cup with more pennies. Therefore, you have in a sense removed one person’s chances of winning. The only way for that person to have a chance of winning (or if the one cup wants to have more pennies) is if you take one of the 50 pennies from that third cup and put it in the cup that has 499.

To put it into a historical perspective, look at the map from 1992 for another example. Bill Clinton had 44,909,806 votes and George H.W. Bush had 39,104,550 votes. Now Ross Perot (the only viable third party candidate on the ballot as the others were crumb bums and shoe clerks) had 19,743,821 votes. With the close margin Clinton won over Bush (six million voters or so) those 20 million votes Perot siphoned away from Bush would have been enough to give Bush a second term. Also, it is interesting to note the Electoral Vote count. Clinton had 370 electoral votes to Bush’s 168. If you look, Perot and the other third party candidates had NO ELECTORAL VOTES so they did not make much of an electoral difference but they did as far as the popular votes go.

If based on those two examples you still feel that a third party or a write in vote is the way to go, then you are voting for Obama. Allow me to posit these two quotes from former Red, Right, and Blue Co-Host Harriet Baldwin:

  • Let me be clear: This is the MOST important election in our lifetimes. We MUST get behind the nominee-whoever it may be. A vote for ANY "third party candidate" is a vote for The Fraud aka Barack Hussein Obama. You are either with America or against America. Voting for Third Party or sitting on your sorry azz is unaccepatable.
  • Get involved. Get informed. COMMUNICATE. This "Third Party" talk is FINE after 2012. Not now. Imagine what this America-hating Usurper will do as a Lame Duck? Give me a break. End of America.
  • IF we do not vote for Mitt Romney in November, then this WILL be our future during an Obama second term

    I do not know about you, but the opening lyrics to this song sum up the 2012 presidential election:

    This election, there’s no room in the middle, no room on the fence. There’s no room in the middle it doesn’t make sense. You are either all in for Obama or all in for Romney, and as Andrew Breitbart had said at CPAC back in February, “If you’re not in that bunker because you’re not satisfied with that candidate (in this case Romney), more than shame on you. You’re on the other side.”

    Ladies and gentlemen, we need to save America, and the only one to do it is Romney. Any other vote this election is a vote for Obama which is the same thing as a vote against America.

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    Saturday, June 16, 2012

    44th Rant: Mitt Romney IS our choice NOW

    Toni Walsh, a good friend of mine from The Patriot Zone on Facebook, really put things into perspective with this post.

    Mitt Romney was not my 1st choice as the nominee. As a matter of fact, he wasn't even my 2nd, 3rd, or 4th choice. The person I really wanted was Buddy Roemer. I realized Buddy wouldn't make it, so Herman Cain was my next choice. I was constantly reading posts by a certain group that were trying to warn us how evil he was....he was a danger to our country. After Cain was taken down, that same group tried warning us how evil & dangerous Newt is. After Newt was out of it, we were warned just how evil & dangerous Santorum is. Now we're being warned just how evil & dangerous Romney is.
    What the heck were all these warning supposed to accomplish? I'm thinking it didn't accomplish what they were hoping the ultimate goal would be
    The focus has been taken off Obama's failures & the destruction he is doing to our country. Instead the focus switched to actually dividing the GOP.
    Is Romney perfect? Nah!
    Do I agree with him on everything? Nah!
    Do I suddenly have amnesia & forget what I didn't like about him? Nah!
    Do I think he can possibly turn this economy around? Yep!
    Do I think he'll be a better president then the current occupant? Yep!
    Do I believe he loves America & is not out to destroy her? HELL YEAH!!

    I am now a Romney supporter!! Yep.....I said it!! I AM A ROMNEY SUPPORTER!
    And I will fight like hell to get him elected when he becomes the official nominee after the convention! I hope others will join me in the fight to get him elected & get Obama OUT!

    Ladies and gentlemen, these words are SO very true. If we want Obama out of the White House in November, we HAVE to support Mitt Romney RIGHT NOW, June 16, 2012, at 8 AM Eastern. I said this before, and I will say it again, if you vote for a third party, not vote for President at all, or even write in a vote, then you are voting for Obama and encouraging him to stay in office. TRUE PATRIOTS support the only nominee capable of beating Obama. Granted, there are 10 - 15 candidates on the ballot for President, but the only ones who REALLY matter are the Republican nominee and the Democrat nominee because they are the only ones who get the electoral votes. Not once (at least that I know of) has a third party gotten a single electoral vote in the past 100 years or so. If you want a VIABLE third party, then see about making one after this election in November, because all this talk of a third party seeks to more or less divide the votes needed to get Obama out of office. There is no talk of a brokered convention either because of the fact that Romney has over 1400 delegates. As my good friend Titan92 from Own The Narrative says, "Romney's nomination is baked in the cake."

    This election is all about saving the republic or letting it die, and the vote and choice is yours. As for me, my vote is for Romney because I love America and want to save her from Obama and his socialistic ways.

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    Saturday, June 09, 2012

    43rd Rant: An Open Letter to the Left in Wisconsin

    From Facebook:
    Friends -
    An open “thank you letter” written by a conservative friend and patriot, relating what it’s been like to live in Wisconsin the past 18 month & his reaction to yesterday’s election... sincere and “inclusive” of most of the usual suspects. Glad it’s finally 0over. Glad the good guys won.
    Randy Otto
    To all leftists, occupiers, unionistas and malcontents,
    Thank you! What an election! We couldn't have done it without you. Without your tantrums, outbursts and boorish behavior we might have stayed home for this election. Without your mindless minions occupying and violating the Capitol we might have been complacent. Without your obnoxious protests, boycotts and other actions from your union playbook, we might have sat this one out.
    But you couldn't hold back. You couldn't restrain yourselves and behave like adults. You couldn't accept the 2010 election results. We sat and watched as you erupted in a juvenile hissy fit that embarrassed Wisconsin. The spectacle you created is what motivated us. And thanks to your ill-mannered behavior, we won. We turned out. Big time! And now we are organized and energized. Committed. "All in". And we aren't going away. We now have our own organizations (no dues required), an army of volunteers and the means to communicate. And countless new sources of funding, including a donor base from all 50 states. And we have "iverifytherecall" to ferret out your infiltrators in our future local elections.
    So thank you Mike Tate, Graeme Zielinski, Fred "Loonie" Levenhagen, Ismael Ozanne, Maryanne Sumi, Noble Ray, Charles Tubbs, Joanne Kloppenberg, Segway Boy, John Chisolm, public employee union members, UW TA's, WEAC, SEIU, MTI, AFSCME Council 24 in Union Grove and WI prison guards. Thanks for the death threats, the intimidation, the bullying, belligerence, thuggery and goonish behavior. The lack of ethics and the failure to enforce rules and laws. Thank you for putting your selfish, greedy motives on display for all taxpayers to see.
    Your antics might have made you feel good but they didn't make you look good. They sickened the rest of us.
    Thank you Shirley Abrahamson and Ann Walsh Bradley. Your petty politics woke us up. Thank you Miles Kristan for dumping the beer on Robin Vos's head. Thank you University doctors for writing the phony excuses; Madison teachers for calling in sick or dragging your students to the protests without permission. Thank you Katherine Windels for making death threats against the Governor. The noontime Capitol singers who taunted Sheboygan high school students. Thank you WEA Trust for raping Wisconsin taxpayers. Thank you Gwen Moore & Jesse Jackson for your embarrassing minstrel show. And thanks all of you for harassing the Walker family at their private home.
    You have all been exposed. Your tactics have been rejected. Your bad behavior has been forever captured on You Tube.
    Thank you Peter Barca and fellow Assembly members for donning your foolish orange T-shirts and screaming "shame" at legislators just doing their jobs.
    Thank you Mark Miller and all 14 State Senators for fleeing the state and making fools of yourselves in the process. Illinois needs a few more village idiots. Thanks for showing us what democracy doesn't look like.
    And Mayor Barrett. How grateful we are that you chose one low road after another in your issue-less campaign against the Governor. This was your strike three. You are out. Take a seat on the bench and stay there. I have a hunch this was your final at-bat.
    Your blatantly self-indulgent and frankly narcissistic tirade helped turn Wisconsin permanently red. Your Governor, Scott Walker, will not just complete his first term, he is all but assured as many future gubernatorial terms as he seeks. He will be your governor for a long, long time. Get used to it. And his national "rock star" status just might lead him to higher office some day.
    Just think: it couldn't have happened without you!
    So to all of you blue fisters, thank you from the bottom of my happy, red heart.
    A Wisconsin taxpayer
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    Saturday, June 02, 2012

    42nd Rant: #TwitterGulag and it’s ties to Brett Kimberlin

    For the past 2 months, a new term had come into our vocabulary called Twitter Gulag (or as is well known on Twitter #TwitterGulag) but nobody really knows about it or why it is about. I had initially become aware of it about the end of April when I had heard that Twitter had suspended Chris Loesch’s (@ChrisLoesch) account three times in the span of 2 hours, including when he was only back for 45 minutes before being blocked again. Thanks to his wife Dana Loesch (@DLoesch), Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) and others, Chris’ account was reinstated.

    Since then, many conservatives have had their Twitter account suspended, most recently David Morgan, who goes by the Twitter account @BlueLantern02. For some time it was unknown as to how accounts get suspended, but thanks to a site known as The Trenches, we have the inside story as to how #TwitterGulag was formed and what we can do to stop it.

    Here are a few excerpts from the article:

    Thanks to the work of Twitter user @SemperBanU (SBU) (give a follow, if you feel like it), the exploit, and how it was disseminated among Lefty’s has become apparent. According to SBU, what the Lefty jerks discovered is that the “block and report for spam feature”  IS COMPLETELY AUTOMATED. There is not a human sitting at the other end to review the reports, there’s just a computer, and like any machine, it can be fooled.

    So let’s say you’re a new Twitter user. You find your way to the #tcot realm, and start following certain prominent conservatives, like Dana Loesch (@DLoesch),  or Sean Hannity (@SeanHannity). You see that they will sometimes reply to  random fellow conservative users. So you start to @ reply their tweets, in hopes of becoming part of the conversation or getting a retweet.

    Now, here comes the system exploit. So when you @ reply them, the Twitter system sees this as an “unsolicited reply”, meaning you are tweeting the person without them having asked you to. (Much like Spambots do.) Now, a large quantity of “unsolicited” replies, along with an imbalanced following/follower ratio, and what will that computer think? That you’re a spambot yourself.


    So if some of the Lefty’s that are aware of this exploit happen across you , they can hit you with the “Block and Report for Spam” button, and the Twitter computer at the other end will look at those factors, see that it meets the criteria, and suspend the account.  SBU also notes that along with @ replies, diving into a hashtag too vigorously can also make one vulnerable. Think #STOPRUSH and some of the users who seemed to get dinged by this attack when they wandered into that tag.

    So basically the system is automatically run and there is nobody working it. Fair enough, but is there more behind this system? Let us read further on shall we?

    According to SBU, the originator of this attack seems to be one Neal Rauhauser. (Shocking I know). At the beginning of April, Rauhauser began to contact Charles Johnson (@lizardoid and of Little Green Footballs fame), an unholy alliance if there ever was one. Rauhauser passed this fun little exploit along to Jazzytail (Charles – see: his ponytail), and Jazzytail passed it along to HIS followers and comrades, with the specific intent of targeting conservative types.

    Now I know you are probably thinking that the name Neil Rauhauser sounds familiar. Well he is, as he is an associate of none other than Brett Kimberlin, the infamous Speedway Bomber and the one who had just this past Tuesday won a hearing (AUDIO) and got a peace order against Aaron Walker so Walker cannot blog, talk, or even mention Kimberlin for the remainder of the year.

    In fact, Brandon Darby (@BrandonDarby) had recently engaged Occupy Rebellion (@OccupyRebellion) with the fact that he is Brett Kimbelin or associated with him.

    Now that we have Kimberlin on the defensive, what can we do to maintain it? The answer, according to The Trenches, is simple.

    We can adjust our habits, but I’d rather not. This is an attack meant to discourage people from freely associating with those they want to, and there can be no doubt that it is, indeed, an attack on free speech. Hit one of Jazzytail’s criteria, and he’ll send his henchmen your way to click that Block and Report button.

    But, seeing as how Twitter’s liberal bias is pretty well confirmed, perhaps if fire was fought with fire here, and a bunch of butthurt Lefty’s start complaining to Twitter about this particular exploit, something might actually happen.

    This election has taken on a whole new spin, especially as what had been brought out over the past week on not only this show but other shows like TB-TV and even on Fox News. We need to use this information and turn the tables on the left en route to winning the White House, maintaining the House of Representatives, and winning the Senate in November. It is in this manner that we can shut down Twitter Gulag. Until then, we need to keep the pressure on Twitter to free those who are held in Twitter Gulag, and I will keep an update as to who is in there and also their accounts so we can get them freed.

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