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  • just a conservative girl 11:31 AM on 06/16/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    But, But I thought Guns Were Bad? White House Father’s Day Photo 

    I know that this is silly, but it just part of the hypocrisy of it all.  If he truly believes that guns are so bad, why is playing with them with his kids?


    • Teresa Rice 8:38 PM on 06/16/2013 Permalink | Reply

      But… but … it’s okay because he’s the one doing it. Remember he thinks he’s allowed to do anything.

  • just a conservative girl 7:16 PM on 09/21/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Paging Obama and Hillary – Piss Christ Back on Display in New York 

    The disgusting and insulting “Piss Christ” will be back on display in New York’s Edward Tyler Nahem Gallery.  This is a crucifix dipped in urine that was funded with tax payer dollars.

    Christian’s find this to be offensive, to say the very least.

    The Obama administration has made repeated comments about the anti-Muslim movie trailer, and has gone as far as to say that the murder of four in Benghazi was caused by the film.  It took a full 9 days for the administration to admit the murders were actually a terrorist attack on the U.S., in part due to the anniversary of 9/11 and the death of al-Qaeda #2 by drone strike.

    Currently our tax dollars are being used to play commercials in every so U.S. friendly Pakistan denouncing the film and the insult to Islam.

    Not one word about this display.

    Surprised?  You shouldn’t be.  They hypocrisy, antipathy, and the outright hostility towards Christians in this country shown by this administration is well-known.

    But, what do I know?  I am just some bitter clinger to my guns and bible.  Even with that, I feel safe to say, that no one will die because of this display.

    • SignPainterGuy 8:37 PM on 09/21/2012 Permalink | Reply

      I`m sickened, puzzled, offended by p.c.; the fact that someone would do it in the first place, but also that tax dollars funded it. I think it will be time to review the gov`s funding of the arts when we regain control of both houses of congress and the Presidency.

      As to the cause of the ME violence being blamed on the movie, I find it fascinating that Mitt called it correctly on the same day as the attacks, and was excoriated for it by the O`Stration and media. It took a week for them to come around to admitting the truth, that the vid had nothing to do with the violence, but still, the O`Bunch are clinging to their false meme.

    • Don 11:39 PM on 09/22/2012 Permalink | Reply

      I am a fan of the arts and believe they have a role to play in our society, but in no way should ANY tax dollars go towards funding the arts. Period.

      • just a conservative girl 7:48 AM on 09/23/2012 Permalink | Reply

        Honestly Don, I don’t have a problem using some tax dollars to fund them. That said, I think it needs to be when times are fat. I have no problem with the tax dollars that are used for the Smithsonian’s that are here in DC. The value to our culture is something worthwhile. But I think that giving grants to produce art is something altogether. If we are underwriting the way they showcase the art, it gives the people in the art world the ability to use their private funds to help produce the art.

  • just a conservative girl 3:08 PM on 07/18/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    The Context of Rush’s Statement that the Media Won’t Report 

    “It has been observed that movies can reflect the national mood,” said Democratic advisor and former Clinton aide Christopher Lehane. “Whether it is spelled Bain and being put out by the Obama campaign or Bane and being out by Hollywood, the narratives are similar: a highly intelligent villain with offshore interests and a past both are seeking to cover up who had a powerful father and is set on pillaging society,” he added.

    This comment was reported a full day before Rush made his comments on Bane, the bad guy in the upcoming Batman movie.  Of course the people on the left that are reporting this are leaving out this detail as well as taking Rush’s comment out of context.  He outright says that there are people out there who are not very well-informed will make the connection when the hear name Bain Capitol.  And let’s be honest here, there are many stupid people out there; sad but true.

    Obviously I have not seen the new movie as it has not been released yet.  But I did see Dark Knight, and that was a story of good versus evil.  It attempted to make people to think about what you would do if you pushed to your limits and beyond by forces that are evil.  Would you go for revenge or would you do the Christian thing and forgive?  Not that it put it in a Christian context as such in the movie, but the premise remains the same.  This movie has been talked about as an extension of those themes.

    Rush was responding to these comments as well as to liberal bloggers who made the connection.  The movie was written well before Romney was the nominee and Bane was a past character being brought back.  So there was never any connection intended.  But that didn’t stop the left from saying so.  But all of a sudden Rush is a paranoid idiot when he discussed the left making the comparison.

    Media bias much?  Hypocrisy is thy name.

  • just a conservative girl 5:46 PM on 07/03/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Documentarian Changes His Mind on Islam 

    Sadly for this man, he has found that his career is in danger.  He was a solid liberal who had support from the likes of Michael Moore and has found that they no longer want anything to do with him.

    Linked at Catholic Libertarian Thanks!!

    • SignPainterGuy 6:49 PM on 07/03/2012 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks be to Jehovah GOD for the man`s opened eyes. It`s great that he sees the truth about islam. As one imam said, “There is no moderate islam, there is no radical islam. islam is islam !”

      On the second revelation, the man`s world must be shattered to realize the foolishness and other truths of liberalism and how libs will dump you like a bag o poo at an ATM when you no longer toe the liberal line. Hmm, what will he do without Michael Moore in his life ?

    • SignPainterGuy 7:36 PM on 07/03/2012 Permalink | Reply

      Coincidentally, the man who invented global warming recently admitted that it was / is a HOAX. He too is being shunned and ostracized and reviled (are there some more HATE words ?) by his former cohorts in scheming !

      Sorry, no I don`t remember his name or where I read it !

      • just a conservative girl 7:38 PM on 07/03/2012 Permalink | Reply

        He didn’t say it was a hoax. What he said was that he was wrong about the timetable. So there is still wiggle room in that statement. If I am not mistaken he still believes it is man-made, but that it isn’t going to kill us tomorrow.

        • SignPainterGuy 8:26 PM on 07/03/2012 Permalink | Reply

          It`s a shame I can`t find the article to get it right. Do you recall ?

          • just a conservative girl 1:28 AM on 07/04/2012 Permalink | Reply

            “My own personal belief is that we should wait another 10 or 20
            years to really be convinced that the greenhouse effect is going to be important
            for human beings, in both positive and negative ways.” He added, “…we should
            be careful not to arouse too much alarm until the rate and amount of warming
            becomes clearer.” This is what I found.

            • SignPainterGuy 5:38 PM on 07/04/2012 Permalink | Reply

              Thanks, jacg, and Happy Independence Day !

              I think I saw it in an email alert, perhaps from WND or Western Center For Journalism, but only read the headline and brief excerpt. I may have inadvertently deleted it; I do that sometimes.

  • just a conservative girl 1:59 PM on 06/05/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    The Left Only Wants You to Believe Private Equity is Bad 

    You see they invest heavily in it.  Especially public sector unions:


    Hypocrisy much?

    • SignPainterGuy 5:20 PM on 06/05/2012 Permalink | Reply

      NO, HYPOCRISY A WHOLE BUNCH !! It`s all they know !

  • just a conservative girl 1:41 PM on 06/02/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Those Democratic Racists in Massachusetts 

    You know it is Jim Crow all over again if you ask someone to show an ID before they place their vote.   That is unless you are a democrat hailing from the great Commonwealth of MA, the home of the Kennedy Clan.

    You see the dems are holding their convention today and not only do you have to show an ID to vote, they won’t even let you onto the floor of the convention unless you have a valid ID.

    Those raaaaacists.

    Paging Jesse and Al.  C’mon get your marching shoes on.  It is time to give hell to those racists who are trying to keep the poor and the under-privileged from voting.

    I am sure we will be hearing from the NAACP in 3…2…1…

    Or maybe not.

    Another display of liberal logic.  I almost feel sorry for these people.  They just can’t see how hypocritical they are.  Or, is that they just don’t care?

    • Don 5:35 PM on 06/02/2012 Permalink | Reply

      “Do as I say, not as I do.”

      Oh, uh sorry. I was just trying out the new slogan for the Democratic Party…

  • just a conservative girl 4:23 PM on 04/22/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Elizabeth Warren Edition 

    “I paid my taxes and I did not make a charitable contribution to the state”

    Elizabeth Warren, who believes that no one gets rich on their own and really likes the Buffett Rule.  Her financial disclosure forms show that she has a net worth of $14.5 million.

    Apparently in MA you have the choice to pay additional taxes, a gift to the treasury as it were. The “rich” should pay more, except for her apparently.


  • just a conservative girl 11:46 PM on 01/09/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    What Jay-Z Really Thinks of the 99% 

    Over the weekend Jay-Z and Beyonce became the proud parents of a healthy baby girl, Blue Ivy.  Wonderful, good for them.  It is nice to see a high-powered couple happily married and bringing children into the world.  

    Jay-Z is a big supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement.  He wants to pay more taxes.  Why exactly he just doesn’t fill out a 1040 EZ and pay the full 35% is beyond me, but he wants to see more tax dollars go to the “underprivileged”.  Of course the meaning of underprivileged is a relative term.  

    Jay-Z is also a man who decided to sell T-Shirts for the Occupy Wall Street movement on his Roca-Wear website, but didn’t feel the need to share the profits with the movement.  After being publicly shamed, the shirts came down off his clothing line’s website.  As far as anyone knows, no profits off what were sold was ever given to the movement.  

    But, getting back to his daughter.  She made her way into the world at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan.  One of the busiest hospitals in the most populated city in America.  The Carter’s (Jay-Z’s given name) pulled out all the stops to protect the privacy of their new bundle of joy.  While I completely agree that no woman would ever want pictures of her in the middle of child-birth to show up on some rag paper for worldwide consumption.  Who can blame them.  They wanted to protect their baby.  I would want to do the same. 

    So they decided to make sure no one could bother them.  They hired security and bought out the entire floor of the hospital to ensure the big moment was a private family affair.  The problem is that the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit was also on that floor.

    Newborn and preemies that are fighting for their lives were on that floor.  Parents who are dealing with the stress of having a child in that precarious position had to deal with their security.  

    Neil Coulon, 38, of Brooklyn said the stress of his wife delivering two premature girls was tripled by Beyoncé’s bodyguards treating Lenox Hill Hospital like an exclusive nightclub.
    Coulon griped that he’s been repeatedly barred from the sixth-floor neonatal intensive care unit, once for 20 minutes, by the superstar couple’s private security.
    He said bodyguards wearing headsets even cleared the sixth floor waiting room, booting his relatives out.

    He goes on

    :“I know they spent $1.3 million and I’m just a contractor from Bed-Stuy, but the treatment we received was not okay,” Coulon said. “My wife is just terribly upset. She had a C-section. She gave birth to twins. She is sore. Nobody needs this.”

    No brand new mom of preemies who are dealing with their babies in distress should be forced to deal with this.  It is reported that they paid $1.3 million dollars for the floor.  For that kind of money she could have gone to a more private hospital setting and given birth there instead of inconveniencing stressed out parents.  

    Hey occupiers, this is what he really thinks of the 99%.  Oh, and by the way, blue is a color, not a name.  

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