Thursday, January 14, 2010


The old phrase "Revenge is best when it is served cold" may fit here or perhaps it's more simply something like "You reap what you sow."

It was the Democrats who rammed through the "Motor-Voter" act years ago that allowed people to show up at the polls on the day of an election. For a very long time that approach was credited with the theft of the state of New Hampshire when many claimed college students in the state voted in more than one location and the Democratic Party was accused of actually bussing Liberal voters into New Hampshire from both Massachusetts and Vermont. Numerous Selectmen in NH were so outraged that they threatened to track down the phony voters and charge them resident taxes!

Well maybe it's time to return the favor. We wonder what it might be like if people on the national level started posting ads on Craig's List and any other free classified sites on the internet, encouraging adults from Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine (or beyond) to "move" to Massachusetts for a few days next week. All they need to do is show up at the polls and produce a hotel receipt or some other document that illustrates they reside in Massachusetts EVEN IF IT IS TEMPORARY!

At the very least, every out of state college student should encourage Conservative and Independent classmates to vote.

I think that would be very suitable pay back for all the antics the Dems have pulled over the years! Come to think of it, let's use the same approach in November and have 100,000 people move to San Francisco....

Want ANOTHER reason to NOT vote for Martha Coakley???

Posted By Curt Schilling On January 14, 2010 @ 11:02 am

If she hasn’t done it yet, Martha Coakley may have just killed her campaign.

She’s apparently been trying to win the title of Worst Political Campaign Ever, and she might have just clinched it with her little dig at Scott Brown over Fenway Park.

The appearance characterizes Coakley’s approach to this truncated race. Aware that she has little time for the hand-shaking and baby-kissing of a standard political campaign, she has focused instead on rallying key political leader
s, Democratic activists, and union organizers, in hope they will get people to the polls.

… Despite that, there is a subdued, almost dispassionate quality to her public appearances, which are surprisingly few. Her voice is not hoarse from late-night rallies. Even yesterday, the day after a hard-hitting debate, she had no public campaign appearances in the state.

Coakley bristles at the suggestion that, with so little time left, in an election with such high stakes, she is being too passive.

“As opposed to standing outside Fenway Park? In the cold? Shaking hands?’’ she fires back, in an apparent reference to a Brown online video of him doing just that. “This is a special election. And I know that I have the support of Kim Driscoll. And I now know the members of the [Salem] School Committee, who know far more people than I could ever meet.’’

There are just so many things wrong with that statement.

It shows her elitism and arrogance unbelievably. Aside from the apparent feeling that the seat belongs to her just by virtue of her party, she just admitted that she doesn’t need to bother meeting with constituents because she’s meeting people like Kim Driscoll, and political leaders, and Democrat activists. I guess they’re the ones that matter, huh? I know it’s a “special election” and all, but that doesn’t mean that she doesn’t need to fight for this seat. Prancing around with this mindset of “Oh, I’m a Democrat, therefore Ted Kennedy’s seat just automatically belongs to me regardless of what the people think,” is idiotic. Acting as if she doesn’t need to
give her constituents the time of day is ludicrous. She can make all the snide remarks about Scott Brown shaking hands with people in the cold that she wants, but that’s what you’re supposed to do when you’re trying to get elected. She seems to have forgotten that she’s trying to get elected in Massachusetts, and not in Washington D.C. — if she remembered that, maybe she’d spend more time trying to impress Massachusetts voters and less time rubbing elbows with the Democrat establishment, Big Pharmacy lobbyists, and union leaders. Most normal politicians, Republican or Democrat, do go shake hands with voters. Even if it means standing in the cold outside of Fenway Park.

Finally, has she forgotten who she’s talking to? What state she’s wanting to represent in the Senate? It’s Massachusetts. You do not make sneering insults about Fenway Park. What’s she going to do next, insult the Red Sox? That’d really just be the cherry on top of a delig
htful campaign Fenway Park and the Red Sox are damned near sacred to Massachusetts residents, Bostonians in particular. Really, I’m starting to think that she just doesn’t want to get elected or something. Because anyone with half a modicum of sense knows that you do not go into Boston and mess with Fenway Park.


Scott Brown’s group will conduct the “BOLD NEW LEADERSHIP” Bus Tour Saturday, the 16th. With the special election just a few days away they are trying to show the people of Massachusetts that a victory can take place.

Thomas Crane Public Library Sat. 9 am
40 Washington Street
Quincy, MA

Tuesday, January 12, 2010


There is no question Americans are living through a watershed period not seen since our Founding Fathers were sneaking around in some back rooms to put pen to paper and create a great Republic. Early in 2009 the dissatisfaction with politicians' arrogance, deceit and deafness began boiling over on the Internet and in the streets of our nation.

One name you may not know just yet -- but one I highly recommend -- is the Independence Caucus. This is an effort to remind citizens of our country that YOU are the government. Political representatives are just that. They are in office to represent us and do the will of the people, not cram their own ideas and corrupted desires down our throats.

Repeatedly Satire Works products have tried to remind everyone that 40 years of silence has brought us to the brink with our country. Recent revelations have actually shown that the move by "Progressives" is actually a one hundred year old agenda in America. I'll still stand by my perception that the early 70's (when the 'War on Education' began) was the modern era of the Progressive movement.

All that aside, focus right now has to be on where do we go from here.

One of the efforts I like the best about the IC is their "Candidate Vetting Survey". This is a program of 80 questions that the Caucus presents to politicians at any level. Members encourage the general public to take the survey too just to see where they actually stand in the political universe.

Is that survey "full proof" and a guarantee that a candidate is being honest with his or her answers? No. But it does weed out a lot of 'wanna-bees' and 'RINOs'. If nothing else it provides a measurable level of expectation and once elected, a politician's voting record has a black and white measure to compare to. "You said you were for this...but you did that."

This morning's 'Red State Morning Briefing' from Erick Erickson proclaims it's time to stick a fork in Florida Governor Charlie Crist's run for the U.S. Senate. According to Erick, Crist has bombed in every straw poll in his race against Marco Rubio. What seems remarkably similar to the '08 battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama ("He's a nice kid, but he'll never beat us..."), Rubio has come from oblivion and fought off Crist endorsements by the (neutered) Florida State Republican Party leadership and initial support from a variety of others. The rats have deserted the Crist ship and Rubio is now the blessed one in bot
h local and national eyes.

But that takes me right back to the previous note about the vetting survey. During a Monday evening meeting I attended, two IC representatives revealed that they have personally asked Rubio to finish and submit the 80 question form his has had in hand for an extended period of time. Rubio's response has been to claim he did finish and has submitted the questionnaire. The IC reps say that they have not received anything.

Of course this raises concerns and one can easily fall prey to the classic opinion, "What is he hiding?"

In defense of anyone who does take the survey, the IC reps acknowledge that they do not expect the average politician to score a 100% rating in traditional values. Realistically, a grade of 70 to 80% is the ballpark. The group is not out to endorse anyone. Their efforts are to simply reveal the true beliefs of a candidate.

Again, we encourage citizens across the United States to stop by and use it as a powerful reference in the war to take back our nation. This is not just a 'national' war. It's a series of battles that must be fought in fox holes in every town, city and county around the country.

Monday, January 11, 2010


Monday afternoon Fox News anchor Shepard Smith was doing his usual job of playfully bouncing through the news when he closed a segment with the quip:

"... Sarah Palin, I'm led to believe a brand new Fox News contributor."

Shortly after a break Shep went further to say "Sarah is coming to Fox News and Fox Business not as a reporter but as a panelist and news commentator."

That ought to make everyone in the 'Lamestream Media' oh so very happy...



Over the years the producers of “60 Minutes” on CBS has put their foot in their mouth or been caught red-handed with bogus reporting. A segment on Sunday’s broadcast was neither. IT WAS A FLAT OUT EFFORT AT PROPAGANDA on behalf of the President and the Democratic Party. It smacked to me as if Katie Couric (or a KC wanna-be) was the editor of the piece. SHAME ON ALL OF YOU!

As reported on Fox News Monday, the “news” program did a segment on the new book “Game Change” by
John Heikmann and Mark Helperin that is due out Tuesday.

What was truly outrageous was the content of that segment.

Out of a 13:03 (13 minutes, 3 second) feature, producers dedicated their time in this fashion:

Negative coverage of Sarah Palin consumed 5 minutes, 20 seconds in the first section.
Coverage of Hillary Clinton consumed 30 seconds.
President Obama -- the virtual target of Harry Reid’s controversial racist remarks -- was featured for less than one minute (58 seconds) .
Sarah Palin was revisited for an additional 4 minutes, 44 seconds.
Hillary Clinton was back in focus for one minute.

Every bit of the whispers and CYA conversations in Washington DC this past weekend were about Harry Reid and what he said (about Obama) in 2008. The book authors quoted Reid's comments on Barack Obama’s run for the Presidency in this way: “He (Reid) was wowed by Obama’s oratorical gifts and believed that the country was ready to embrace a black presidential candidate, especially one such as Obama. A ‘light-skinned’ African-American ‘with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.”

While the comment shows a form of support for Obama, it clearly illustrates that Reid believed Barack was a great “talking head” and was effective at manipulating the Black community with an uncharacteristic level of ebonics.

Was this the heart of the CBS coverage of the book? NO!

In fact, when you look at the total of timed segments this is how it boils down:

Sarah Palin: Ten minutes, 4 seconds
Hillary Clinton: One minute, thirty seconds
Barack Obama: 58 seconds

There was NO interview or time spent with Harry Reid. In fact there was no mention of his statement about Obama.

Another hot zone in the “Game Change” book is a Bill Clinton quote. Clinton ran afoul of Senator Ted Kennedy and triggered Kennedy’s endorsement of Obama by saying to him: “A few years ago, this guy (Obama) would have been getting us coffee.”

Hillary was not asked about the quote and Bill himself was not interviewed to discuss it.

The overwhelming bias in the segment and on the CBS 60 Minutes web site afterward is an affront to Americans everywhere and raises real questions as to any level of “fairness” or “accuracy” in their reporting. If the FCC fines a network hundreds of thousands of dollars for one slip of the tongue with a swear word these days, where is their reaction with licensing that clearly and totally violates the “public good” regulations?

I hope you will pass along the link to this blog. People need to know!

Sunday, January 10, 2010



A video clip of a 9/24/08 Fox News story by Britt Hume and Bret Bajer, clearly shows President George W. Bush (you know, the guy who gets blamed for everything by the Obama Administration), Senator John (I’m not always a RINO) McCain, Treasury Secretary John Snow and Fed Chief Alan Greenspan, all warned the Congress that unbridled expansion and power within the Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae mortgage industries would lead to the housing crisis and meltdown disaster that America has been -- and continues -- living through.

We have been told that this video has been REMOVED from the United States version of YouTube as if we Americans were no better than the Chinese when the government needs to shut people up. At this point we do have the clip from a Canadian source and it is here for you to look at and digest.

One concept that I have yet to see discussed on any major network -- Fox or otherwise -- is just why people like Barney Frank and Chuck Shumer were so interested in promoting this financial nightmare. I have suggested from time to time that other than the usual Democratic Party approach of making more people dependent -- or at least more beholding -- to the government, are these rather simple facts of life in America.

(1) Government funds that are easily earmarked for certain geographical areas help build politically defined demographic regions of the country where Democrats have their strongest base, so why not expand or repopulate those neighborhoods?

(2) Americans don’t actually own any real estate. We have a Feudalistic system where -- with the exception of churches, schools and a some non-profits, EVERYONE must pay taxes to live on or in their own property. If we do not pay, we are evicted and our property is seized. In reality WE MERELY RENT from the government.

(3) Real estate taxes are the number one source of income for local municipalities and if that revenue stream was not in place, cities and towns would have to look to state and federal coffers for funds.

The bottom line for Barney and Chuck could be easily explained. The more people we get into houses, the more we can overcome that nasty little problem where half the people in the United States don’t pay income taxes. Tah, dah! More money for government to spend.

Take a look at the video and copy the link from your browser and share it with your friends.


The Beltway gang is all abuzz today because of a new book “Game Change” by John Heikmann and Mark Helperin that’s due out Tuesday. This is a look back to 2007 and 2008 leading up to our last Presidential Election, with insider quotes from Harry Reid, Bill Clinton and others. Clearly it shows politics is still as digusting as ever.

The first, and perhaps largest firestorm, comes from a decidedly racial quote from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. He summed up Barack Obama’s run for the Presidency in this way: “He (Reid) was wowed by Obama’s oratorical gifts and believed that the country was ready to embrace a black presidential candidate, especially one such as Obama. A ‘light-skinned’ African-American ‘with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.”

While the comment shows a form of support for Obama, it clearly illustrates that Reid believed Barack was a great “talking head” and was effective at manipulating the Black community with an uncharacteristic level of ebonics.

When it became known that Reid’s comment was in the book, Reid -- who is in a losing (52% unfavorable rating) fight for his Congressional seat from Nevada -- made one of the quickest apologies on record for a politician. In direct contrast to prior condemation of people like Don Imus who have made any questionable remarks (and in which Obama and othersdemanded a resignation), this revelation brought an immediate “acceptance” of Reid’s apology by the President. Obviously the downside to making a stink would have been a virtual collaspe in support for Reid and his work to pass the massive and oft labeled “Unconstitutional” Health Care initiative both he and the President are cramming down Americans’ throat. There is no shame. There is only politics.

A comment from Bill Clinton that is cited in the book may have much longer legs and just as Joe Biden’s ad libs raise Hell with the Obama Administration from time to time, this will undoubtedly be a near fatal blow for any future aspirations Hillary Clinton has. Clinton ran afowl of Senator Ted Kennedy and triggered Kennedy’s endorsement of Obama by saying to Ted: “A few years ago, thiis guy would have been getting us coffee.”

That sounds so similar to another comment attributed to the Clintons. Reportedly they characterized Obama as “He’s a nice kid but he’ll never beat us.” Wrong.

It should be an interesting week with Rush and others on the radio and perhaps Beck, Hannity and more on TV.