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  • just a conservative girl 8:09 PM on 10/02/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – President Obama Edition Part 17 

    “During the course of my presidency, I have bent over backwards to work with the Republican Party. And have purposely kept my rhetoric down.”


    I can’t decide who needs mental health counseling more, him or the people who believe this crap.

    • Edna 1:30 PM on 10/03/2013 Permalink | Reply

      Well … he IS getting better at golf.
      He IS ‘eye candy’ to whomever supported him … or is it ‘money candy’? Sugar daddy, perhaps?
      He is getting consistent briefings one-on-one from the IRS commissioner on all conservative donors obtained illegally & unethically …. but then again, this is Chicago politics, who cares, ehhh?

      Well … at least we have the REAL person behind the scenes making all the decisions for him …


  • just a conservative girl 9:25 PM on 09/30/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Arab Diplomat Edition 

    “I have to tell you, I miss President Bush, I disagreed with almost every political decision he made. But I knew where he stood and what his views are. He told us personally and he told the world at the U.N. General Assembly. We could disagree and move on with it. With Obama not only don’t I know, I just don’t understand.”

    Well that makes two of us.

  • just a conservative girl 4:27 PM on 09/24/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Charlie Rangel Edition 

    Anyone that’s familiar with the Bible, anything like that…When Jesus said that you’re going straight to Hell if you didn’t treat the lesser of his brothers and sisters…and what did he say? He said he was hungry, that you didn’t give him food stamps, he was thirsty, that you didn’t purify the water, that he was naked, and you didn’t give him Social Security

    Can you imagine if 60 million Catholics became missionaries just for the poor, the sick and the uninsured?

    Oh my.

    Well if 60 million Catholics went out and became missionaries we wouldn’t need food stamps and welfare.  I am actually all for that, so in this case I sort of agree with him.  People should be doing these things.  I do as much as I can.  Do you?

    I leave the hypocrisy of him taking rent controlled apartments for his office space out of this.  Too bad Ed Schultz didn’t bring that up during their talk; liberal logic as I guess.

    • mike 9:33 PM on 09/24/2013 Permalink | Reply

      The Rangel BS is well-honed from decades of servicing the hungry, the thirsty and the naked. Check his tax returns. His charitable deductions must swamp the tiny bit of taxes he failed to pay over 19 years on that little hideaway for the naked in the Dominican Republic.

  • just a conservative girl 10:07 AM on 09/14/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Gary Kasparov Edition 

    “We have finally found Obama’s red line.  Now if Syria doesn’t comply, the U.S. has the right to go to the UN, where it can be blocked by… Putin! The road from ‘we must strike and punish Assad’ to ‘we must accept this feeble (non) deal is just staggering.  America has now authorized al-Assad to stay in power until this process is completed. The process will of course be endless. Far from Syria, Putin’s position is now stronger in Russia. He impresses the oligarchs he needs and can crack down harder on the opposition.”

    He knows a thing or two about playing a chess game.

  • just a conservative girl 2:21 PM on 09/05/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Debbie Wasserman-Schultz Edition 

    “For me as a mother, to see that searing image of babies lined up, murdered by their own government, innocent children. I mean, as a Jew, Wolf, I have to tell you, as a member of Congress who represents one of the largest Holocaust survivor populations in the country, to me, the concept of never again, has to mean something. And the United States, morally, cannot turn the other cheek. Too many leaders of ours have regretted that decision.”

    She doesn’t seem to feel that way about our government paying for abortions.  I guess somehow that death is different.  Oh yeah, it is choice, not a human life.


  • just a conservative girl 8:49 PM on 08/28/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Condoleeza Rice Edition Part 2 

    Fifty years ago today, a nation was inspired by those who marched for change and demanded equal rights as promised in our Constitution. As a child in Birmingham, we were reminded to insist upon these rights as we faced the turmoil in our own city. We have come a long way but we still have work to do. The United States must stand as an example to those around the world who still seek equality. We must not stop the important work endowed upon us by our Creator that all men and women are created equal.

  • just a conservative girl 10:47 PM on 08/20/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Conservative Girl Edition Part 2 

    I have been very busy of late.  Over the weekend I was painting, or to be honest I was watching more than helping.  But I did some of the work.  While I was doing this I decided I wanted a beer, an unusual event for me.  I walked to the store to buy myself a Corona.  I had put on one of many Romney T-shirts to do the painting in.  I didn’t change my clothes before I walked to the package store.

    As I am walking and minding my own business, some guy comes up to me and says “This is Obama/Biden Country”.

    I couldn’t resist.  My retort:

    “Oh, well that explains why I have been unable to find a job for the past seven months.”

    Maybe he will stop harassing complete strangers.

  • just a conservative girl 12:06 PM on 08/04/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Congressman Keith Ellison Edition 

    “The bottom line is we’re not broke, there’s plenty of money, it’s just the government doesn’t have it, The government has a right, the government and the people of the United States have a right to run the programs of the United States. Health, welfare, housing – all these things.”

    Oh and it gets scarier than this, listen to what he wants to spend new tax dollars on:

    “fund international sustainable prosperity programs such as health care investments, AIDS treatment, research and prevention programs, climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts by developing countries, and international assistance.”

    He wants to tax every single trade on the stock and commodity markets, and he doesn’t even want to spend it in this country.    The government actually doesn’t have right.  He doesn’t even understand our founding documents.  They give rights to the citizens, not to the government.  Asshat.


  • just a conservative girl 8:46 AM on 07/31/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Jay-Z Edition 

    “I’m offended by that because first of all, and this is going to sound arrogant, but my presence is charity. Just who I am. Just like Obama’s is. Obama provides hope. Whether he does anything, the hope that he provides for a nation, and outside of America is enough. Just being who he is. You’re the first black president. If he speaks on any issue or anything he should be left alone… Of course we want to challenge him to do better. I felt Belafonte he just went about it wrong. Like the way he did it in the media, and then he big upped Bruce Springsteen or somebody. And it was like, ‘whoa,’ you just sent the wrong message all the way around…Bruce Springsteen is a great guy. You’re this Civil Rights activist and you just big upped the white guy against me in the white media. And I’m not saying that in a racial way. I’m just saying what it is. The fact of what it was. And that was just the wrong way to go about it.”

    Jay-Z on Harry Belafonte’s assertion that Jay-Z is not doing enough for social justice.  

    Sound arrogant?  Maybe it sounds that way because it is arrogant.   

    I didn’t realize that there is “white media”.  Who knew?  

  • just a conservative girl 1:09 PM on 07/23/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Melissa Harris Perry Edition Part 2 

    “When does life begin? I submit the answer depends an awful lot on the feeling of the parents. A powerful feeling – but not science. The problem is that many of our policymakers want to base sweeping laws on those feelings.”

    I just love how progressives think everything is about feelings.  Your gender isn’t about biology.  Life isn’t about biology.  Yet, I am anti-science.  Alrighty then.

    • signpainterguy 6:49 AM on 07/24/2013 Permalink | Reply

      Ms MHP is not only creative with her ear ware, she`s creative with her thinking, or should I say, she wants it many ways !?

      She first believes that life begins when parents “feel” that it does, but then has a problem when laws are passed based precisely on that feeling. (?)

      Conflicted ? Confused ? Contradictory ? Or just plain stupid ?

  • just a conservative girl 4:48 PM on 07/17/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Senator Mike Enzi Edition 

    “I’m absolutely not too old to be Senator. I’m in the median age.”

    Senator Enzi on the news that he will face a primary challenge from Liz Cheney.

    And this folks is what is wrong with Washington.  He is 69 years old and has been serving for 16 years.

  • just a conservative girl 1:58 PM on 07/10/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – David Nir Edition 

    “There are a million things one can say about this bizarre development, but I’ll confine myself to just one.  When Spitzer’s infamous scandal broke, he didn’t leave office merely because he had solicited prostitutes. He did so because he had governed awfully and arrogantly for his entire first year in office and alienated almost every friend he had. A more popular politician who hadn’t cut himself off from his supporters so badly could very well have survived that disaster. But Spitzer succeeded in destroying his own standing with the public even before anyone had heard the name Ashley Dupré, and no one wanted to help him when he stumbled.”

    What is interesting about this is the fact that David Nir worked for Spitzer and is one of the editors of The Daily Kos.

    But New Yorkers seem to be complete idiots when it comes to voting for people, look no futher than Weiner being up in the polls, the third term for Nanny Bloomberg, and please don’t forget voting in carpet bagger Hillary Clinton.  So don’t be a bit suprised when he wins.

    I also think we need to take a look at Sanford being re-elected for egging some of these people on.

  • just a conservative girl 11:58 AM on 07/05/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Gov. Bobby Jindal Edition Part 2 

    You know things are bad when you can’t even successfully implement your own bad ideas.

    Bobby Jindal on the announcement of the delay of key elements of Obamacare


  • just a conservative girl 9:04 AM on 07/02/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Jehmu Greene Edition Part 2 

    “A lot of people have been accused of being racist for addressing the way she speaks. What [McWhorter] forgets is most of the people who went after her, many of those commentators on Twitter, were African Americans. So this whole conversation is also another way of just throwing the ‘r word’ out there. ‘He’s a racist, she’s a racist, you’re a racist.’ That shuts down conversation and we’re not going to proceed in dealing with racial anxiety, dealing with our implicit bias if we keep throwing that ‘r word’ out there.”

    Nice to see a black liberal saying that this isn’t something our society should just accept.

    • signpainterguy 1:13 PM on 07/02/2013 Permalink | Reply

      Good for him. We need more black folks to stand up and speak up about this simple fact. He`ll meet great resistance though, as the Als and Jesses live on race baiting and racial tensions.

  • just a conservative girl 6:13 PM on 06/28/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Kirsten Powers Edition Part 3 

    Something is deeply wrong w/a country where a person fighting for abortions of healthy 20+ wk old babies is a ‘hero’

    Please note she didn’t use the word fetus.

    • Teresa Rice 6:56 PM on 06/28/2013 Permalink | Reply

      That does surprise me, but in a good way. She is one of the few Democrats who I like.

      • just a conservative girl 7:23 PM on 06/28/2013 Permalink | Reply

        I feel the same way. She is principled. I don’t always agree with her, but she stands by her belief system regardless of party. She knows that abortion at this point in a pregnacy is wrong, as I am sure many dems do, but the difference is that she will say it.

  • just a conservative girl 9:33 AM on 06/28/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Senator Bob Casey Edition 

    “I don’t know. I’d have to look at it closely. I just haven’t read it that closely to know.”

    A United States senator admitted he voted for a bill that he hasn’t read closely enough to realize that employers can avoid the Obamacare fine by hiring new “legalized” immigrants.

    Why is exactly they wonder why their approval ratings are so low?

    He is up for re-election in 2018.

  • just a conservative girl 8:13 PM on 06/27/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Anne Wilde Edition 

    “I’m not a fortune-teller, but it seems like if more people are accepting of gay marriage, it would follow that polygamist marriage wouldn’t be criticized quite so much.”

    No, there is no such thing as the slippery slope.  Not at all.

    • signpainterguy 10:09 PM on 06/27/2013 Permalink | Reply

      And then soon, there will be a renewed push to lower the age of consent to 14, and then to 12 and 10. Kids are maturing faster and faster; they get sex ed. in kinnygarden now, so it stands to reason they are ready for the real thing at that point, right ?

      Well, don`t be fooled, it will happen, but it won`t be for the kids. It`ll be for pedophiles to have `em younger and younger without fear of prosecution !

  • just a conservative girl 12:00 PM on 06/27/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Piers Morgan Edition Part 4 

    There’s something powerfully real & convincing about #RachelJeantal the reluctant, but crucial witness

    Really?  The woman who lied under oath numerous times is convincing?  This is also a woman who today admitted that she didn’t write a letter written to the Martin family.  If she was unable to read it, how does she know that it says what her exact thoughts were?  Who wrote that letter?  Yes, throughly convincing.

    • signpainterguy 9:27 PM on 06/27/2013 Permalink | Reply

      I`m convinced a British village is missing its idiot !

      Also convinced that Rachel would rather be ANYWHERE but in that courtroom, with attorneys on her ass !

      Also convinced that the prosecution`s case is hurtin` fer certain if Rachel is the best they got !

      She blew it when she said that Trayvon, aka, St. Skittles, would have told her if he was about to fight someone, giving the clear impression that he had done so in the past. I think I heard the defense jump on that, but the prosecution called a confab w/ the judge and it was stopped. Dang !

  • just a conservative girl 10:14 PM on 06/26/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Abortion Enthusiast Edition 

    if an unwillingly pregnant woman is forced to provide a home and nourishment to an unwanted fetus it is a parasite.


  • just a conservative girl 4:08 PM on 06/26/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Kayne West Edition Part 2 

    “I made that song because I am a god. I don’t think there’s much more explanation,”


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