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  • just a conservative girl 11:49 AM on 02/07/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: coulter, , occupier wall street, union thugs   

    Conservatives, Occupiers & Union Thugs; Oh, My 

    So the occupiers have nothing better to do Friday afternoon and they have decided to get together with their union thug buddies to converge at The Marriott Wardman Hotel to “protest” this year’s CPAC.  One can hope they will behave better than they did three months ago at the AFP gathering at the Washington Convention Center. 

    They have set up a facebook page to help organize this little field trip for themselves.  I feel no need to link to that, but I suppose if you search you can find it if you are so inclined. 

    The first of two demonstrations will be noon on Friday and the second planned for the Reagan dinner Friday night. 

    Oh, darn, noon on Friday is when Ann Coulter will be speaking.  Oh, well I guess I will have to forgo that. 

    I say Bring.It.On 

    CPAC will have a much younger crowd then the AFP conference had.  Wardman will also provide much better security for the attendees. 

    If you happen to be in the DC area on Friday at lunchtime, come on down to the Wardham.  The smell might be bad, but the sight of them will be worth the price of admission.

     
  • just a conservative girl 9:29 AM on 10/31/2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: coulter, ,   

    Quote of the Day Ann Coulter Edition 

    “..this isn’t dropping your pants and saying kiss it.”

    Ann Coulter on the allegations of Herman Cain committing acts of harassment on two women in the 90’s.

    I just heart her.

     

    She was fabulous.

     
  • just a conservative girl 3:03 PM on 09/07/2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: coulter, ingraham, , palinista's,   

    I Knew There Was a Reason I Like Ann Coulter 

    This of course is causing many calls of “Diva”, “Establishment”, and “Elitist”. 

    There are people out there who like Sarah Palin, who believe in what she is saying, who thinks that she is good at getting a crowd going, and has a canny ability to raise money, but don’t feel that she should run for president.  That in and of itself does not make you a bad person, a bad conservative, or any other thing that you will be called by the Palinista’s.  It just means that you are expressing your opinion.  Something that as an American you are allowed to express.  At least the last time I checked. 

    Some of Palin’s “fans” are rabid fanatics.  They search every website for one little bad word about the Governor and all of sudden you end up with comment after comment questioning your sanity.  People will defriend you on Facebook if you dare say one word against Palin.  How exactly is that different from what happened with Obama a few years ago?  It is the same blind loyalty.  Sarah Palin is not perfect, she makes mistakes, just like every other human being.  She has no magic wand to cure all the ills.  It scared me when this  was the belief for Obama and it scares me now.  It isn’t healthy for our type of government. 

    I agree with Ann, it isn’t whether Sarah Palin is all those things that the left accused her of, it is about whether the squishy middle who decide national elections believe it.  It has been three years and there are still people who think Tina Fey’s comments were actually made by Sarah Palin.  If she hasn’t been able to dismiss these misconceptions by now, I don’t hold the belief that she can.  It also isn’t a question of fairness.  Life isn’t fair.  The left set out to destroy her to the squishy middle and I think they did a bang up job of it.  These people are not going to watch the documentary about her, they have already made up their minds.  I live in a left leaning area of the country, they don’t care what her record is.  They don’t like her.  They won’t vote her.  Yeah, they will vote for Obama over her.  Her true record has no meaning to them.  Her not making a decision about running I think has hurt her, not helped her.  It just allows this type of talk to continue. 

    There is nothing in this interview that should warrant Coulter and Graham being called the names that they are being called.  They spoke their minds in an analytical fashion.  That is what they are paid to do. 

    I am with Ann, it is time to “fish or cut bait” Governor.  The game is becoming tiresome.  Make your decision known.  We can then start the process of widdling down to the candidate that is the most likely to beat Obama.  After all that is the goal, isn’t it? 

     
    • BackyardConservative 7:17 PM on 09/08/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I thought they were pretty empty on this one. They didn’t go after her on the merits of her positions, they just said she’s too late to get in and won’t win. Then they push non-conservatives to get in.

      As far as Ann Coulter, I’ve met her, I like her. She’s pretty brave a lot of the time. She is also deliberately provocative from time to time. I think this is one of those times. And I also think she’s got some envy issues.

      As for Laura I’m disappointed in her too. Romney? Really?

      Finally, Sarah Palin jumped in the race when McCain asked her too. She’s been carrying the ball for the GOP up to and including the midterm. She’s earned the right to take her time.

      I live in a blue state. I have patience for pols who have to live in them. I have no patience for pundits who claim to be conservative but bash like establishment

      • just a conservative girl 8:25 AM on 09/09/2011 Permalink | Reply

        Oh yeah, the fall back position. Anytime anyone says something the least bit negative about the governor you get called establishment or jealous. That has long since grown old. Can we come up with something new to call these people?

    • BackyardConservative 2:27 PM on 09/09/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Laura and Ann have drawn attention because they are not critiquing Palin on substance. What conclusion should we draw then? They are spinning, they are defending establishment political figures. Yes, I agree, jealousy has grown old. But that’s what we saw in that clip. Pretty much pure snark. She shouldn’t be given time to decide but others should.

      As far as the mushy middle, I would remind you, since I’m 57 and you’re not, that a lot of the TEA party comes from there, involving people who’ve never been involved before. And in my blue state of IL this 2010 election independents went hugely R, electing numerous new congressional members. All I’m saying is don’t underestimate the smarts of the American people and their misery under this president. Why wouldn’t they give Palin a fresh look should she decide to run, and wins the R nomination. Given the alternative.

      • just a conservative girl 3:32 PM on 09/09/2011 Permalink | Reply

        They were not talking about Palin in this clip for the most part. What little they did say about Palin herself was mainly positive. The negatives were about the people who think she walks on water. The Palinista’s are just as rabid as the Paul fans. I have heard that Perry’s fans are similiar. I have not experienced that personally with them, but I have with Palin fans.
        You may not agree, but many in the conservative side feel that the body blows delivered to her by the left and the media are not something she can overcome. Virtually everyone I know that leans to the left thinks she is an idiot. They bought the entire meme hook, line and sinker. Under no circumstances will they vote for her.

        And they did make a substantive comment about how Palin has not released real specifics on how to get the ecomony going again. I have read Romeny’s plan. There are some good things in there. Most conservatives would be happy with much of the plan. That doesn’t mean I would vote for him, but at least he giving out some ideas.

        This is exactly what Coulter was talking about, unless you bow to the alter of Palin you get attacked.

        I don’t underestimate the American people. Nor do I overestimate Sarah Palin. I don’t believe she can win. I can’t support her if that means another four years of Obama.

        • BackyardConservative 7:21 PM on 09/09/2011 Permalink | Reply

          If and when she runs she’ll lay out a specific plan. Certainly more specific than the president’s.

          I happen to think winning with a conservative is more important than winning the presidency. We have had big spending Republicans before and we can’t afford that any more. But the voters will decide. I do think it will be hard to energize our base and up the numbers in the House and the Senate unless we have a strong, principled candidate.

  • just a conservative girl 7:21 PM on 09/04/2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bond, coulter, history lesson, nixon,   

    A Pop Quiz 

    I have come to the conclusion that regardless of facts, liberals just stay with their talking points.  It doesn’t matter what the real numbers are, or the what the real voting record is, or just facts in general if it doesn’t fit their objectives.  This being the reason that I really wanted to get the book Demonic by Ann Coulter.  I can’t give you a good reason for this but I am a terrible online shopper, even with books I want to pick it up before I buy it.  Remarkably, the book was constantly sold out at my local Barnes and Noble, quite a feat in heavily democratic Northern Virginia.  Congrats Ann.  I was finally able to pick up it today. 

    See if you know the answers to these questions:

    Who desegregated more public schools?

    1. President Kennedy
    2. President Johnson
    3. President Nixon

    Which presidential candidate was a card-carrying member of the NAACP when running for president in 1960?

    1. President Kennedy
    2. President Nixon

    Who founded the Arizona chapter of the NAACP?

    1. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    2. Julian Bond
    3. Barry Goldwater

    How many provisions did Barry Goldwater oppose in the 1964 Civil Rights Act?

    1. All Seven
    2. Four
    3. Two

    Why did Goldwater object to the 1964 Civil Rights Legislation?

    1. He didn’t
    2. He is just another republican racist.
    3. He was against the provisions on property rights; specifically on privately owned housing and public accommodations.

    Who said “we’ve got to give the goddamned niggers something”?

    1. Lyndon Johnson (D)
    2. Richard Nixon (R)
    3. Senator Sam Ervin (D)

    Some other fun facts – 18% of republicans voted against 1964 civil rights act, 44% of democrats voted against in the senate.  In the house, 20% of republicans voted against, and 37% of democrats voted against. 

    The longest filibuster in history was done in response to a civil rights bill that meant to fix enforcement provisions that the democrats had gutted.  They filibustered for 125 hours. 

    Even after Richard Nixon’s administration had a proven record on desegregating the schools (from 1968-1970 black students attending all black schools dropped from 68% to 18.4%) Julian Bond said the following:

    If you could call Adolf Hitler a friend of the Jews, you could call President Nixon a friend of the blacks.

    So even after Nixon was able to drop the percentage of black students in segregated schools down by half he was still a racist.  Nixon also created the programs that give minorities advantages to government contracts, called the Philadelphia Plan.  Not something that conservatives are thrilled about due to the unconstitutionally of the federal government picking winners and losers. 

    We need to know our history. 

     Bottom choice is answer to all quiz questions.

     
    • SignPainterGuy 9:08 PM on 09/05/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I only missed the 5th one, but the correct answer was my second choice. No, I didn`t read Ann`s book. It just seemed right off the bat like a set of trick questions AND I already knew that the republicans have by far the better record on supporting and even fighting for “civil rights” ! That`s an issue the tea party should press hard along with corroborating documentation in the coming months approaching the primaries and the general election in `12.

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