Thursday, July 29, 2010

Mongrel people?

Oh my! Can you imagine if Rush Limbaugh said this about African Americans?

"We are sort of a mongrel people."

Instead, our President said this about African Americans.

Typical media reaction. They defend the President:

The president did not appear to be making an inflammatory remark with his statement. The definition of mongrel as an adjective is defined as "of mixed breed, nature, or origin," according to

Of course, the media did not bother to give the entire definition:

of mixed breed, nature, or origin; of or like a mongrel.

Like a mongrel?

Let's define mongrel, shall we?


bastard: derogatory term for a variation that is not genuine; something irregular or inferior or of dubious origin; "the architecture was a kind of bastard suggesting Gothic but not true Gothic"

An animal or a plant resulting from various interbreedings, especially a dog of mixed or undetermined breed.

Just imagine if a conservative had said the same thing. Michael Steele?

Take that!

The Obama administration tells us that whether we want it or not, whether we need it or not, whether we can afford it or not... Wisconsin is getting high speed rail!

Well, why not? This is not the first thing rammed down our throats by the Obama and Doyle administrations.(see ObamaCare)

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and Gov. Jim Doyle on Thursday portrayed a planned Milwaukee-to-Madison high-speed rail line as an unstoppable train that Republican gubernatorial candidates can't derail.

"High-speed rail is coming to Wisconsin," LaHood said. "There's no stopping it."

Oh really???


BTW... Isn't Mayor Barrett just Governor Doyle Jr. with hair?

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, the leading Democrat in the governor's race, backs high-speed rail.

Good grief, Mayor Barrett, grow a spine and stand on your own two feet!

Friday, July 23, 2010

Is this guy serious?

Tax increases????!

This is how Paul Ryan's opponent, John Heckenlively, plans to win this election?

Janesville Gazette

Dealing with the debt and budget deficit will most likely mean tax increases, Heckenlively said.

Running a campaign with the promise of tax increases. Not the normal approach, but hey, whatever.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Congressman Paul Ryan, President?

Great article about Congressman Paul Ryan. This article really gives some personal insight into the issues and events that shaped the Congressman into the man we know and love today.

Sample snips:

And yet there is Paul Ryan, on a CNBC panel out-nerding all the high-paid TV financial analysts. And there is Paul Ryan on the Sunday network talk shows explaining how America is in the midst of a slow-motion federal entitlement catastrophe. And there is Paul Ryan dismantling the health care bill at President Obama’s sham “summit,” while the president glares at him as if Ryan just told the Obama kids there’s no tooth fairy.

So when cameras turned to Ryan, he began systematically dismantling the Democrats’ rosy cost estimates. He pointed out that much of the cost was hidden, as it raised taxes for ten years to pay for six years’ worth of spending. He exposed the fact that the $371 billion “doc fix” (a plan to reimburse doctors more through Medicare) had been separated from the bill and considered as standalone legislation to keep the price tag down. “Hiding spending does not reduce spending,” he said.

As Ryan spoke, the cameras would occasionally make their way back to President Obama, who was glaring icily at Ryan.


Monday, July 19, 2010

Mr. President...You lie!

Mr. President, you said that the insurance mandate demanding Americans buy insurance was not a tax.

In fact, Mr. President, you had this to say exactly:

When Mr. Stephanopoulos said the penalty appeared to fit the dictionary definition of a tax, Mr. Obama replied, “I absolutely reject that notion.”

Now that ObamaCare is being challenged in court, suddenly the insurance mandate is a tax.

When the NYT is reacting and calling the President out on this, you know that the liberals have a problem.

Monday, July 12, 2010

The Weekly Standard/Congressman Paul Ryan

Nice article from Fred Barnes at the Weekly Standard on Congressman Ryan's roadmap for America:

For Republicans, the Road Map authored by congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin is the most important proposal in domestic policy since Ronald Reagan embraced supply side economics in the 1980 presidential campaign. It’s not only the freshest, boldest, and most comprehensive Republican thinking, it’s also the most relevant. If Republicans adopt the Road Map as their basic ideological blueprint, it offers them the prospect of a landslide in the midterm election this year, followed by victory in the presidential election in 2012.


Friday, July 09, 2010

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Scott Walker, please save us!

This a sign hanging up over the parade route in Racine.

Thursday, July 01, 2010

Shred the Fein Gold Card

Great video from Team Johnson. It is time to shred Russ Feingold's gold card.

Hat Tip Charlie Sykes