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October 27, 2009

Morning Briefs: Stuff You May Have Already Read Somewhere Else

Posted by Gregory of Yardale at October 27, 2009 5:30 AM

Good Morning Campers and Trolls Who Know Exactly What Bongwater Tastes Like,

Item Number One: An audit of voting records in Minnesota has found 261,000 duplicate registrations; 29,000 registrations to addresses listed as vacant; and 62,822 registrations to addresses listed as non-deliverable by the United States Postal Service. Those are pretty significant numbers in a state Stuart Smalley "won" by 200 votes.

Item Number Two:
It was less than a week ago I predicted that the left's new hero Alan "Dick" Grayson's mental instability would become a liability for everyone but the lunatics at the Democratic Underground and Ed Schultz. I did not think it would happen this quickly. The Democrat Leadership is beginning to see a problem with a guy who called Dick Cheney a "vampire bat" and Linda Robertson, an adviser to Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, a “K Street whore.” People are used to hearing this kind of rhetoric from deranged homeless people and Air America Hosts, but it may be below the standards of even the Pelosi-Reid Congress.

Item Number Three:
RINO Governator Arnold Schwarzeneggar is married to a Kennedy, a family genetically programmed to think of laws as things other people have to follow. Which must be why she parked her Cadillac Escalade in an Emergency Parking Zone while she went to the doctor's office.

A Cadillac Escalade, Maria? Why do you hate the polar bears?

I would have embedded this relevant and hilarious clip, but there's strong language. You can watch it here, though.


Re: item 3

You don't get it! Only CONSERVATIVE carbon kills polar bears!

Posted by: steve at October 27, 2009 7:05 AM

Alan Grayson opens his big fat piehole and removes all doubt of his low intellegence level BEWLOW A ANTS OR FLEAS

Posted by: SPURWING PLOVER at October 27, 2009 7:39 AM

It's not that anyone is surprised that Stuart Smalley won by a fraud, just check in 2010 folks, the Liberals will cheat in a way that will even embarass Zimbabwe.

Posted by: Jay B at October 27, 2009 7:58 AM

“Is this news to you that this guy’s one fry short of a Happy Meal?” asked Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) On Grayson's mental instability.

You must ask the same of the moonbat trolls who post here.

Posted by: G at October 27, 2009 9:32 AM

Posted by: SK at October 27, 2009 9:50 AM

Greg of Y: Voter fraud exists in Colorado too:
Source: 9News, KUSA-Denver:

Those who took the saying vote early and vote often to heart in Arapahoe County are now finding out that motto can get them into a lot of trouble. Four voters are being charged with voter fraud for what the district attorney's office and county clerk say were attempts to vote more than once in the 2008 presidential election.
Three of the four face misdemeanor charges - another is charged with felonies. Wade M. Almanza, 19, of Aurora and Daniel Christopher Ramirez, 21 of Aurora, are charged with voting twice. Kyron C. Rough, 25, is charged with several felonies, including forgery and impersonating an elector. The district attorney's office didn't release the name of the fourth person. The district attorney's office didn't the party affiliations of those caught in the act. 9NEWS knows their office received 44 complaints of people trying to do the same thing.

Posted by: Anonymous at October 27, 2009 10:54 AM

Sorry: The voter fraud post was mine.--Graycat

Posted by: Graycat at October 27, 2009 10:56 AM

The Spending Rolls On

The fiscal 2010 bills grow domestic programs by 12.1%.

Got that? That is a 12.1% increase in domestic federal spending from years prior. THAT is apparently what Democrats call change you can believe in.

Posted by: TED at October 27, 2009 12:10 PM

Obama won by a VERY slim margin, is there any doubt he was ACORN'ed into office!? If the TRUTH be know I'll bet MOST of the democrats are in office due to FRAUD. The insult is the Republicans LET THEM.

Posted by: TED at October 27, 2009 12:14 PM

PRAVDA: America Moving from Kingdom of Cash to Socialism Slowly but Surely

Posted by: SK at October 27, 2009 9:50 AM

SK: Pravda (in its current iteration) is quite something -- in the editorials where they're not comparing George W. Bush and the Christians to Satan, they're writing economics editorials that are far better than the counter-arguments coming from the current Rino-dominated "conservative" party:

It can be safely said, that the last time a great nation destroyed itself through its own hubris and economic folly was the early Soviet Union (though in the end the late Soviet Union still died by the economic hand). Now we get the opportunity to watch the Americans do the exact same thing to themselves. The most amazing thing of course, is that they are just repeating the failed mistakes of the past. One would expect their fellow travelers in suicide, the British, to have spoken up by now, but unfortunately for the British, their education system is now even more of a joke than that of the Americans.

While taking a small breather from mouthing the never ending propaganda of recovery, never mind that every real indicator is pointing to death and destruction, the American Marxists have noticed that the French and Germans are out of recession and that Russia and Italy are heading out at a good clip themselves. Of course these facts have been wrapped up into their mind boggling non stop chant of "recovery" and hope-change-zombification. What is ignored, of course, is that we and the other three great nations all cut our taxes, cut our spending, made life easy for small other words: the exact opposite of the Anglo-Sphere.

Posted by: mandible claw at October 27, 2009 8:58 PM

Speaking of Pravda, here's another good one:

Barack Obama and the Flying Circus

Barack Obama and the Flying Circus is a perfect term to describe current President of the United States and his prominent Cabinet.

For the past year and a half every single day was and still is about Barack Obama and his extravaganza. Day just does not go by without Obama: What did Obama say? What did Obama do? What will Obama say? What will Obama do? In addition, we have witnessed media madness for Obama’s dog, Obama’s family, Obama’s citizenship, Obama’s religion, Obama’s cabinet, Obama’s associates, among others.

There is no way to avoid Obama and his flying circus, no matter where we live, they are everywhere not just in the US, they are in Europe, Asia, Pacific, Africa, Middle East and even the North Pole. They are filling front pages of the world newspapers and making breaking news around the world, and that entire not ones a day, but several times a day. It appears there is just no room for other country leaders, Presidents, novelists, scientist, and artist. It is like they do not exist, like Obama is the only important one in this contemporary world. It looks like the world will stop spinning if Obama is not there to spin it up.

It's a pretty pass when a former Soviet mouthpiece is lecturing Americans on economic management and proper conduct by politicians.

Posted by: mandible claw at October 27, 2009 9:10 PM