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Archive for August 2009

You Go, Girl!

Rep. Michele Bachmann answers a heckler:



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Top 10 List Not Seen on Letterman

Grossly mismanaged and 2 billion over budget, the results of the Cash for Clunkers has been released by the Dept of Transportation. The top 10 new vehicles purchased:

1. Toyota Corolla
2. Honda Civic
3. Toyota Camry
4. Ford Focus FWD
5. Hyundai Elantra
6. Nissan Versa
7. Toyota Prius
8. Honda Accord
9. Honda Fit
10. Ford Escape FWD

Note: Government Motors (GM) did not make the cut. We spent billions to bail out the company and we can’t pay people to buy the car? This is the same government asking Americans to trust them with their health care.

AOL Auto notes that in the same period, charities that provide a tax rebate for used cars saw a dramatic decrease in donated cars. This downturn made it more difficult for families that could have benefited from an inexpensive car.


How The World Works

Why we don’t need socialized medicine:

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Musings at Longwood Garden

Thursday night I had the opportunity to spend time photographing a spectacular fountain show held during spring and summer months at Longwood Garden. The show is part of the price of admission and if you are visiting the area, I highly recommend a visit to this garden.

For the shutter bugs – I shot the fountains with a Canon 40d and 12-24mm Tokina lens. Feel free to review the EXIF data provided with the photos. A tripod is essential, a monopod can also be used, but not where I shot these photos. If you are really nice, and did not vote for Obama, I’ll share the location with you.



Steven Crowder Gets a Job!

A few weeks ago I posted the above photo to Flickr. It was taken at a recent healthcare forum in Philly and I titled it: “A Paid Protester – Note Who Sponsored the Sign”. The title ruffled the feathers of a Philly photographer who left a series of comments on my Flickr account trying to disclaim the idea of a paid protester. When I steered him back to common sense with my replies, he lamely tried to paint my Sheepdogs as paid hacks. If I had a dime for every time that false accusation was laid down, I would be a paid hack – at their expense!

Last week, PJTV’s Steven Crowder went on a job interview with California’s premier liberal activist organization – much like HCAN – where he found he would be paid handsomely for being a grass root activist (see photo above). That’s not all he discovered, you have to watch the video to see what a professional astroturfing organization looks like:



Bellavia is in the House

David Bellavia, author of House to House, simply rocks this interview with Glen Beck regarding Obama’s national civilian security force – Americorp:

Wow! What is with the goatee??


Like A Weight Lifted

Ted Kennedy has died at age 77. In recent years, he looked far older than his chronological age, from is battle with a pervasive brain cancer.

He will be interred in Arlington Cemetary. May the healthcare bill be laid to rest with him.

Ed Driscoll nails it with his post: ‘Airbrushing Their Own

Red State’s Caleb Howe tweets:“Shorter MSNBC: Kennedy was holier than the pope, cooler than Elvis, smarter than Hawking, and possibly the source of all life on earth.”


The Senate Doctors Show

Here is the latest installment of the Senate Doctors Show:

In related news:


- In news leaked late Friday to the Reuters news agency, the White House conceded that the national debt will increase by $9 trillion over the next ten years, nearly doubling a national debt that now stands at $11.67 trillion. Until now, the White House had been estimating that the national debt would increase by $7.108 trillion between 2010 and 2019.

Should we wait till the Presidential family returns from their vacation in Martha’s Vineyard to break the news??



Via Fox News – Cash for Clunkers a success for foreign car dealers:

The Obama administration has declared the wildly popular ‘Cash for Clunkers’ program a success, saying it has revived the country’s ailing auto industry and taken polluting vehicles off the road.

But the data shows that the program, which ends Monday, has apparently benefited foreign automakers more than their U.S. counterparts.

Smaller, more fuel efficient vehicles like the Toyota Corolla are top sellers, while buyers are trading in SUV’s like the Ford Explorer to be scrapped, turning the already dwindling number of American car owners into the growing ranks of foreign car drivers.

Toyota vehicles accounted for 19.2 percent of the 489,269 sales, while General Motors had the second spot at 17.7 percent.

I will admit I love my Mini Cooper, so this comes as no surprise to me.


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Yes We Can…

….Get single payer health care insurance – from the Dems mouth to your ears:

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