Sunday, December 21, 2008

Good News: Congressional Approval Back Down to 9%

By Bill Dupray

Have a Nice Two Years . . . Punks

This is great for Republicans as long as they keep opposing these bailouts and harp on Barry and the Socialists’ reckless spending plans for the country. All voters see now is a Democrat Congress throwing taxpayer money down the toilet, with no end in sight.

From Rasmussen.

Approval of Congress’ job performance is down to single digits again for the first time since early September.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of likely voters found that only nine percent (9%) give Congress good or excellent ratings, while 54% give the legislature poor marks. Just one-out-of-50 voters (2%) think Congress is doing an excellent job.

The last time the ratings were this low was on September 9. In late November, 12% gave Congress good or excellent ratings. This is now the fifth time congressional ratings have fallen below 10% since June 1.

Since the election when Democrats grew their majorities in both the House and Senate, Congress has been in the news struggling unsuccessfully to pass an unpopular bailout plan for the Big Three automakers.

Even only 14% of Democratic voters rate the performance of the Congress led by their own party as good or excellent, compared to five percent (5%) of Republicans and six percent (6%) of unaffiliated voters.

When your enemy is in the process of destroying himself, stay out ofis way. We’ll just wait over here. See you in 2010 fellas.

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Thursday, November 13, 2008

Nancy Pelosi Seeks $50B For News Company

BERKELEY - Scooter's Report (SR), one of America's premier web-based news and commentary sites, yesterday presented House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with a formal request for a $37 billion assistance package, needed to provide additional liquidity for the company.

Speaker Pelosi called the requested aid package "absolutely vital in safeguarding the viability of America's electronic media," and said she is also asking for an additional $13 billion to "even out the number and make sure they have a little extra, just in case."

C.E.O. of Scooter's Report, Scooter Van Neuter, speaking from his overwater bungalow in French Polynesia, publicly thanked Pelosi for her "diligence and steadfastness" in supporting key American industries, and expressed regret for any past SR "articles or photos that may have cast Madame Speaker in a less than favorable light."


Vivacious Pelosi "steadfast"

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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Obamas Visit White House, Rare Items Missing

WASHINGTON (SR) - President-elect Barack Obama visited with President Bush in the Oval Office Monday, discussing a wide range of economic and national security issues.

White House Press Secretary Dana Perino described the sessions as "good, constructive, relaxed and friendly," but wouldn't comment further, citing the fact that is was a private meeting.

While the President and President-elect spoke, Laura Bush and Michelle Obama spent time together touring the White House and talking about raising children. Perino said the two were very much at ease, with Mrs. Obama discussing her plans to "get rid of all the old stuff" and "go tribal in the joint," indicating her desire to decorate
the White House with African accents, signifying her family's roots.

Several hours after the visit, reports came out of the White House indicating several items were missing, including an Oval Office paperweight formerly owned by President Grover Cleveland, and a silver soap dish and vase originally owned by Jacqueline Kennedy.

Press Secretary Dana Perino described the missing items as "invaluable," and asked that whoever took them to "please return them immediately, or at least by the end of the next term."


The Obamas say goodbye to President and Mrs. Bush

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Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Washington Approves the Bailout - Banned SNL Skit

Washington Approves the Bailout - Saturday Night Live Excerpt (s.34 : ep.4) | 07:18 |
Banned from YouTube SNL Skit---

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H/T Pat Dollard

Monday, October 06, 2008

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Burning Down The House: What Caused Our Economic Crisis?

Originally from: TheMouthPeace ||||||||||| |||||||||||

But the original one was censored so we are running this one.

A highly informative video that traced the cause of our current crisis that had its roots planted 12 years ago.

Mortgage Companies were later forced by our own USA Government, run by corrupt "Me First" Politicians, to make Very High Risk Loans at a reduced rate, to people who could not afford to pay back.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Sunday, August 31, 2008

Floyd Brown On O'Reilly Factor

From: ExposeObama

Who is the mysterious Frank in Obama's life? Floyd Brown discusses this and other issues on the O'Reilly Factor

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Friday, August 29, 2008

Sarah Palin: An Introduction

By vlogbrothers
In which John talks about Sarah Palin, John McCain's surprise pick for the Republican Vice President slot. (Republican nerdfighters always complain I don't talk about Republican politics, so I am! Hopefully I did so even-handedly.)

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Friday, August 15, 2008

Tribute to Children Who Lost a Parent on 9/††

It's fairly easy to connect the dots. Sit back and do nothing, and your enemy becomes more and more dangerous.
Or strike back, HARD, and make those who would do your country harm know that they will pay a terrible price. So compared to former Presidents that I admire, I think that George Bush is doing what needs to be done, regardless of what morally bankrupt members of the Democrat party may say about him.

And that should make even the stupidest person understand that this country cannot afford to have Barack Hussein Barry Soetoro Obama as our commander in chief. Because never again do I want to see anyone compelled to make a video like this:
---Right Wing Wiz Kid

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Friday, August 08, 2008

Sprinkler Rainbow Conspiracy

This lady will make you feel so smart.

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Michelle Obama Slamming America

“America is …, uh, is no longer, uh … what it could be, what it once was. And I say to myself, I don’t want that future for my children.”

This is the America that has allowed a man with virtually no experience or accomplishments rise to the brink of the Presidency - but America is not what she once was, according to Obama.

Does this remind you of something his wife, Michelle said?

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Obama Denigrates American Greatness in Answering Seven-Year-Old

No matter how hard they try to conceal it, the Obamas just can't help themselves when it comes to showing their true feelings about America. Today, Barack Obama answered a seven-year-old who asked why he wanted to be President with this:

“America is …, uh, is no longer, uh … what it could be, what it once was. And I say to myself, I don’t want that future for my children.”

This is the America that has allowed a man with virtually no experience or accomplishments rise to the brink of the Presidency - but America is not what she once was, according to Obama.

Wouldn't it have been nice if he had told the seven-year-old: "America has been so good to me. We live in the greatest nation on earth, and I just want to give back to help this great nation continue to be the beacon of liberty and freedom she has been and must always be."
But that's just not what Obama believes.

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Obama Denigrates American Greatness in Answering Seven-Year-Old - Video 8/7/08 UPDATED: Rush Limbaugh Responds - Audio

(Hat Tip: Nelsa) - Here is audio of Rush Limbaugh today commenting about what Obama said to the 7-year-old about the decline of America. Rush plays the soundbite of Obama's statement, which you can see on the video below. This is a statement John McCain needs to tether to Obama for the rest of the campaign.

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My Response: Lawsuit Against

I support going to trial over the nature of the case.

Essentially, Red Lasso does for and what I do for G4 TV on Youtube. Those two websites are about people taking information and using that to create and establish critical review and analysis.

I do the same thing for G4 TV.

As a member of the Virtual Audience would later say, "Their logo is in the screen, they are getting the promotion."

Ultimately, what will help G4 TV is being recognized in more websites and entertaining common knowledge, and that happens by popular websites talking about that material.

I make videos about G4 TV, some criticizing, some praising. All display G4 TV's material and thus provide an opportunity for someone not in the know to come across G4 and begin watching.

Chuck Norris--Follow up--Drill Here, Drill Now

Chuck Norris--Follow up--Drill Here, Drill Now

Chuck Norris is interviewed on FoxNews about the Drill Here, Drill Now campaign.

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Monday, June 16, 2008

McCain Explains Why Supreme Court Decision Re: The Terrorists Is Wrong!

Video: Sen. John McCain, 1 day after the ruling, explaining why the recent Supreme Court decision is WRONG! Why Coddling the TERRORISTS & Giving them the same rights as American citizens to petition in CIVILIAN COURTS is WRONG! How would this fly during WWII? And these Terrorists don’t even pretend to follow the Geneva Convention!

Sen. John McCain explains this Miscarriage of Justice in a manner that even the Densest, Leftist Judge will understand.

H/T to Blogs For John McCain

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Friday, June 13, 2008

Chuck Norris Drills Congress

The American people want to drill here and drill now. Congress says NO. But Congress can’t override Chuck Norris’ veto.

In his return to YouTube politics, Chuck Norris wants to “roundhouse kick this pump all the way into the next county.” He’s not the only one fed up with high gas prices. So are the more than 650,000 Americans who have signed the “Drill Here, Drill Now, Pay Less” petition at

The American people want real solutions to our energy challenges, and Chuck Norris is leading the charge. Watch his video here:

Dan Kotman
Press Secretary
American Solutions
Chuck Norris Drills Congress!

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Gaza's Obama campaign

While US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama leads rival Hillary Clinton in the polls, Palestinians in Gaza are launching their own attempt to boost his campaign.

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Thursday, May 08, 2008

Fred Slams Barry | The Patriot Room

Fred Slams Barry
» by Bill Dupray
At this stage of the campaign, we are left with Obama’s over-enunciated substanceless rhetoric, McCain’s politically correct wouldn’t-want-to-offend-anyone admonitions, and Hillary’s nails-on-the-chalkboard national mother-in-law staccato. It is refreshing to hear ol’ Fred’s confident, relaxed, reassuring, common sense slamming of Obama.

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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Meet the "King Of Pork" - Congressman OINK!


Meet Congress' "" video.

"What's good for Murtha and his home district isn't necessarily good for America's taxpayers. ...

His most notorious project is the government agency that the government doesn't want: The National Drug Intelligence Center, also in Murtha's hometown. Every year the White House tries to close it because they already have a Drug Intelligence Center.

But Murtha keeps the duplicate open using half-a-billion dollars in earmarks." Our MONEY!

Jack Murtha is Still King of the Pork Wasting Our Money!

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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Yes Muhammad Had Sex with a 9 Year Old Girl, at least she wasn't a slut like your kids!

I've seen this clip before, but maybe some of you haven't. Dr. Abd Al-Hamid Al-’Ubeid's argument boils down to admitting Mohammad had sex with his 9 year old wife Aisha...

[We need ot examine our beliefs and lifestyles that give so much more ammunition to our enemies today than we did in the 50's. Be amazed at how the world perceives us. ---Al]


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Wednesday, March 26, 2008 - Cops Beat Peaceful Tibetan Protesters IN AMERICA

Video footage of New York cops clubbing and arresting peaceful Tibetan protesters who were merely walking down the street has gone relatively ignored beyond Youtube.

While stories emerge out of China every day of police beating and killing Tibetan protestors in the streets, the same sort of behavior by cops in America tells its own story.

The footage was shot at a free Tibet peaceful assembly in New York on the 14th of March.

It shows the protestors holding flags and signs and peacefully walking down the street towards the UN building in the Turtle Bay neighborhood only to be accosted by police officers with batons...

"Look at these cops, clubbing people in front of the UN, unbelievable, protesting to free Tibet, cops clubbing people in their legs on the sidewalk, in front of the UN in America, unbelievable, this is not China." the American cameraman announces in disbelief.

...The officer identified as Serano then forces the cameraman away from the melee, telling him to shut the camera off and that he will not talk to him because he may be a reporter.

Several officers then follow the cameraman asking him about his recording of the incident.

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Tuesday, March 04, 2008

In Honor Of William F Buckley

The Brief -


William F. Buckley Jr. (1925-2008)

"Eloquence has been defined to be the art of persuasion. If it included persuasion by convincing, [he] was the most eloquent man I ever heard." -


In honor of the life and work of William F. Buckley Jr., today's Patriot Brief will be in part dedicated to this giant of conservatism and mentor to our key staff. He was one of two individuals who helped take from concept to reality. He provided promotion for our publication during our first year of operation, a year in which we expected to gain 5,000 readers, but which, with Mr. Buckley's help and advice, resulted in more than 25,000 subscribers. Those subscribers were the foundation for what is now the most widely subscribed Internet-based publication of any political stripe.

At age 29, Buckley launched National Review with this founding statement: "It stands athwart history, yelling Stop, at a time when no one is inclined to do so, or to have much patience with those who so urge it." Buckley edited National Review for 35 years, writing more than 800 articles and editorials. He also published 55 books and 5,600 opinion columns, gave some 70 speeches a year and taped more than 1,400 "Firing Line" TV shows. Whether or not one agrees with all of his ideas, his impact on the conservative movement can hardly be overstated.


"I will not cede more power to the state. I will not willingly cede more power to anyone, not to the state, not to General Motors, not to the CIO. I will hoard my power like a miser, resisting every effort to drain it away from me. I will then use my power, as I see fit. I mean to live my life an obedient man, but obedient to God, subservient to the wisdom of my ancestors; never to the authority of political truths arrived at yesterday at the voting booth. That is a program of sorts, is it not? It is certainly program enough to keep conservatives busy, and Liberals at bay. And the nation free." -


"Buckley was a one-man refutation of Hollywood's idea of a conservative. He was rising in the 1950s and early ‘60s, and Hollywood's idea of a conservative was still Mr. Potter, the nasty old man of ‘It's a Wonderful Life,' who would make a world of grubby Pottersvilles if he could, who cared only about money and the joy of bullying idealists. Bill Buckley's persona, as the first famous conservative of the modern media age, said no to all that. Conservatives are brilliant, capacious, full of delight at the world and full of mischief, too. That's what he was. He upended old clichés... I share here a fear. It is not that the conservative movement is ending, that Bill's death is the period on a long chapter... Conservatism will endure if it is rooted in truth, and in the truths of life. It is. It is rather that with the loss of Bill Buckley we are, as a nation, losing not only a great man...[W]e are losing his kind-people who were deeply, broadly educated in great universities when they taught deeply and broadly, who held deep views of life and the world and art and all the things that make life more delicious and more meaningful. We have work to do as a culture in bringing up future generations that are so well rounded, so full and so inspiring. Bill Buckley lived a great American life. His heroism was very American-the individualist at work in the world, the defender of great creeds and great beliefs going forth with spirit, style and joy. May we not lose his kind. For now, ‘Good night, sweet prince, and flights of angels take thee to thy rest'." -


"You didn't just part the Red Sea-you rolled it back, dried it up and left exposed, for all the world to see, the naked desert that is statism. And then, as if that weren't enough, you gave the world something different, something in its weariness it desperately needed, the sound of laughter and the sight of the rich, green uplands of freedom." -President to William F. Buckley Jr., on the occasion of National Review's 30th anniversary in 1985

"I want to say just a word or two about... Bill Buckley. And unlike Bill, I'll try to keep my words to single syllables, or at the worst, only two. You know, I've often thought when I've been faced with memorandums from deep in the bowels of the bureaucracy what I wouldn't give to have Bill as an interpreter...I think you know that National Review is my favorite magazine... NR isn't a favorite only because it's fought the good fight so long and so well, although that would be reason enough. It's my favorite because it's splendidly written, brilliantly edited, and a pleasure to read. In fact, I honestly believe even if I were to suffer from mental illness or convert to liberalism for some other reason-NR would still be my favorite magazine because of its wit and its charm and intellectual quality of its contents... Let me just close by saying a heartfelt thank you to National Review for all you've done for the values we share." -


"Today's America has quite a different political climate from the one into which William Frank Buckley was born November 24, 1925, mainly because he made the difference. It was an America in which the conservative philosophy could scarcely be called a philosophy; it was more like a relic under glass, its skeletal remains rolled out now and then for an occasional autopsy by Walter Lippmann or a funeral mass under the direction of George Santayana. Any distinction between conservative thought and right-wing nuttism, the holy and profane, had long ago blurred into inconsequentiality... It's not that Bill Buckley was present at the creation of the conservative revival; he pretty much created it, beginning at Yale... If you seek his monument today, just look around. Conservatism is now the dominant American political philosophy, and liberalism the series of irritable mental gestures. But nothing disorganizes an army or cause like victory. Conservatism's intellectual dominance now shows in its smug self-satisfaction, its various cracks and fault lines, its slow subsidence from fighting idea to just reflex, its progression from courage to hubris. And there is no new Buckley in sight, someone who could both mobilize and re-invigorate the old true ideas, even while entertaining us all. But the sea change in American ideas that he presided over is unmistakable... Something tells me we have only begun to miss William F. Buckley Jr." -


"As everyone knows, Bill Buckley almost single-handedly created the modern conservative movement in America. Before Buckley, conservatives were scorned as ‘the stupid party' in John Stuart Mill's memorable formulation. Lionel Trilling argued in the late 1940s that conservatives didn't have ideas so much as ‘irritable mental gestures.' What could they say of Bill Buckley, a polymath whose wit could be withering, whose prose was pellucid, and whose energy was seemingly inexhaustible? Bill's talents were so galvanic that they energized an entire movement, first among those who joined him at National Review-James Burnham, Priscilla Buckley (Bill's sister and the magazine's managing editor), Frank Meyer, Wilmoore Kendall and Whittaker Chambers-and then in concentric circles to include, I think it safe to assert, every important conservative thinker today. All owe Bill a huge intellectual debt, and many benefited from his generosity personally... Now that we see his life in full, we have even more reason to marvel and to honor him for what he was: a great man-a once-in-a-century figure." -


"Whenever Bill Buckley was profiled in the media, he was usually pinned firmly to words such as ‘impish' and ‘gadfly.' It is easy to understand why. He was a wit-and a reckless wit at that. Asked what he would first do if elected mayor of New York in 1965, he replied: ‘Demand a recount.' Bores cling to the consoling thought that such a sharp wit must also be frivolous and ineffectual, but Bill was one of the most effectual men of our time... First... he established the National Review. By reconciling brilliant but quarrelsome and more senior talents, he shaped a new philosophy for conservatives wandering disconsolately in New Deal America. Second, he used the magazine to reconcile the quarrelsome factions of conservatism-economic libertarians, moral traditionalists, foreign policy hawks-around this philosophy. Third, he used his own celebrity and ‘Firing Line' to give confidence to conservatives nationwide by taking on eminent liberals in debate and dispatching them with better arguments and better jokes. When conservatives saw Bill jab the air with the point of his pencil or devastate a guest with some witty epigram, they would feel, perhaps for the first time: ‘They can never win.' And as long as Bill was alive, they never could... He was a great man and a figure of great historical significance." -John O'Sullivan


"In 1999, Buckley was interviewed for ‘Nightline' by Ted Koppel. ‘Mr. Buckley, we have 10 seconds left,' Koppel said at the end. ‘Could you sum up in 10 seconds?' Buckley replied, simply: ‘No.' In the days ahead, no one will find it easy to sum up Bill Buckley's extraordinary legacy. His output was so prodigious and his range so immense that he routinely made the rest of us ‘feel like hopeless underachievers,' as I wrote in a column four years ago. Today Buckley's astonishing, history-changing output comes to an end. His life and his life's work will resonate for many years to come." -

Veritas vos Liberabit-Semper Vigilo, Fortis, Paratus, et Fidelis! Mark Alexander, Publisher, for The Patriot's editors and staff. (Please pray for our Patriot Armed Forces standing in harm's way around the world, and for their families-especially families of those fallen Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen, who granted their lives in defense of American liberty.)

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