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  • just a conservative girl 3:58 PM on 01/23/2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Mike Huckabee Edition Part 2 

    “If the Democrats want to insult the women of America by making them believe that they are helpless without Uncle Sugar coming in and providing for them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their libido or their reproductive system without the help of government then so be it!”

    Amen.  I could care less what a person does in their bedroom, so stop trying to make it my business by forcing me to pay for it.

     
  • just a conservative girl 4:39 PM on 06/01/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Liberal Logic – Shelia Jackson Lee Edition – Video 

    Let me try to understand this.  I am against baby’s being aborted based on gender so that means I want to “drag women into the streets”. This is part of the war on women.

    Don’t these idiots realize that most of the babies that are being murdered are being done so simply because they are female?

    Liberal logic at it’s finest.

    I have said many times that we need to start turning these things around.  Most of the babies that will be murdered (make no mistake that is what it is if the only reason they are doing it is based on gender) are going to be Asian.  So liberals hate Asians.  Spread it around.

     

     
    • Ike 7:31 PM on 06/01/2012 Permalink | Reply

      So, it’s okay for a woman to kill any child she is carrying in her womb, for whatever reason – including such trivia as ‘I’m getting back at my boyfriend’ and ‘it’s a punishment and inconvenient’ – and that’s okay and rises to the level of a human right protected in the U.S. Constitution. I don’t want to ever here any single one of those murderesses say anything hateful about my military service in Vietnam, where I killed men – and a few women – who were not only adults, but were actively seeking to advance the policies of their government or political faction … that is to say, they were trying to kill me. To kill in war is now considered despicable, but to kill a child you carry in your womb, right beneath your heart, is a sacred right???? Monsterous, hideousness, terrifying beyond words to think that these women claim the title of mother for themselves.

      • SignPainterGuy 11:00 PM on 06/01/2012 Permalink | Reply

        Ike, in some circles, the term is “Mother——–“. And it`s not a term of endearment !

    • ant 7:42 AM on 06/02/2012 Permalink | Reply

      WE should take the liberals hyperbole and ridiculousness as pointers. Their ideas are actually quite useful. Let’s start dragging deranged, corrupted Congress-critters out of OUR House and into the streets.

      • just a conservative girl 10:39 AM on 06/02/2012 Permalink | Reply

        Well Shelia Jackson Lee would be near the top of that list. But she will leave congress when she is good and ready. Her district is poor and has yet to figure out that her policies have done nothing to help them. Mind blowing.

  • just a conservative girl 9:19 PM on 05/03/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Life of Julia, More Like Life of Riley 

    Julia, one of Obama’s latest composite women, is featured on Obama’s re-election campaign site.

    We start at the age of three when Julia heads off to head start.  Too bad for her that studies show that it doesn’t work and it  is nothing more than a very expensive taxpayer-funded daycare facility.  The following is from The Brookings Institute, hardly a bastion of right-wing thinking.

     The study demonstrated that children’s attendance in Head Start has no demonstrable impact on their academic, socio-emotional, or health status at the end of first grade. That’s right. If you were a mother who lost the lottery, couldn’t get your child into Head Start, and had to care for her at home, she was no worse off at the end of first grade than she would have been had she gotten into Head Start.

    We then progress to start of school thru graduation, and because of Obama are so much better than they will be if Romney takes the helm.  Wait, Arne Duncan had this realization of late:

     “I can honestly say we’ve seen as much, if not more, reform in states that didn’t get a nickel from us than states that did – it’s been fascinating.”

    So in other words we are spending $70B a year federally on education and the states do as well as or better than the federal government.  That is money well spent by the feds, wouldn’t you say?

    We then can move onto the college years.  Julia can feel better because of the cut in federal loan interest rates.  They of course were not offset by any cuts in other places in the budget, but hey that is only a problem when republicans have tax cuts.  No biggie, because the student loan debacle isn’t another bubble waiting to burst.  The experts on that are all wrong.

    In college Julia has to have surgery.  Obama lists her age at 22 and lucky for Obamacare will force insurance companies to cover her on her parents insurance.  You see they think that republicans don’t send their kids to college.  If she is a full-time student 22 and under she was already covered by her parents insurance.  Or if whatever reason she wouldn’t be covered, her college offers very low-cost insurance plans that would have covered her surgery.  Details, details.

    Now, Julia goes out and gets herself a job.  She is covered by the Lilly Ledbetter act for equal pay.  Obviously she isn’t working at the White House under Obama, because he doesn’t pay the women equal pay.  Oops.

    Julia is paying her student loans at the lower interest rate.  Good for her.  Again, nothing offset those costs, but hey Julia is better off today. It is her children who will pay for that lower interest rate down the road.

    At 27 Julia isn’t ready to have children and her job is not required to cover birth control.  This is just another segment of the imaginary war on women.  If she is paying less on interest for her student loans, she could afford the $9 for the birth control pill.  He also forgets to mention that her (and mine, for that matter) insurance rates are higher because of the “free” stuff she is getting.  But she gets to think they are free.  Stooge.

    Now at 31 Julia is finally ready to start her family.  Prenatal care is included in her policy.  Because someone with insurance before Obamacare had all kinds of problems getting prenatal care.  Again, republicans never had babies (remember, we don’t like sex) and don’t know that there was no rash of insured individuals unable to get prenatal care.  More of the imaginary war on women.

    Julia’s kid is ready for school now and Race to the Top has solved all the education problems in our country.  See above on how it is not having any effect.  She must not be living in Chicago with their 50% dropout rates.

    Julia is now ready to start her business and those evil republicans are going to do away with the small business administration.  Because we all know that republicans aren’t very friendly with such organizations as The Chamber of Commerce or anything like that.  Careful Julia, make sure you keep your gross income under $250K or you become one of the filthy rich.  Since she now has to pay for the insurance for her employees, I wonder if she is liking all those “freebies” she has to pay for?  Or maybe she just pays the fine or keeps her employees under 50 so she isn’t part of the mandates.  Too bad for her employees.

    Time flies and Julia is now ready for Medicare.  He says it is the republicans that are going to slash it.

    The Trustees of the Medicare program have released their annual report on the solvency of the program. They calculate that the program is “expected to remain solvent until 2024, the same as last year’s estimate.” But what that headline obfuscates is that Obamacare’s tax increases and spending cuts are counted towards the program’s alleged “deficit-neutrality,” Medicare is to go bankrupt in 2016. And if you listen to Medicare’s own actuary, Richard Foster, the program’s bankruptcy could come even sooner than that.

    Oppsie

    Now Julia is ready for Social Security.  Her benefits are going to help her live comfortably.  But only if he is in office.  Since there are no years listed with “Julia”, we don’t know if she will actually will get her payments since the lockbox has long since been raided and we no longer have enough workers to cover the costs.  But hey, details.

     
    • Dan Collins (@vermontaigne) 9:25 PM on 05/03/2012 Permalink | Reply

      I shall create a mirror site, comprised entirely of men, and entitle it Beer and Scratching.

      • just a conservative girl 9:00 AM on 05/04/2012 Permalink | Reply

        Good for you Dan. Just as long as you still have time for twitter!!!

  • just a conservative girl 2:01 PM on 04/12/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Hey Hillary, Want to Hear About my Non-Working Day? 

    I was up at 5:15 this morning.  I slept in compared to my usual wake time.  As per my normal morning routine, I made myself a cup of tea.  Took my medication.  Ate something (the time of the day that I get to eat in peace), got dressed.  I checked my e-mail, paid several bills online then made three more breakfasts.  After that, I got two people dressed.  I then cleaned up the kitchen.  I read two books because neither child can read yet.  I then watched them outside in the yard playing with the dog while I swept the kitchen floor.  I also tried to figure out why the dishwasher was leaking again even though I waited for two and half hours last week for someone show up and fix it.  I put away all the dishes.  Put on a Dora the Explorer and made mid morning snacks.  While I was taking the few minutes to myself, I made some calls to make sure that I had someone to bring the baked goods I was about to make to the church board meeting tonight.  I cleaned up after the snacks.(oh, I had to come up with a quick dipping sauce  on the fly for the carrots because I only thought I bought a new bottle of ranch dressing) Changed a diaper. Fought with a six year old about putting socks on.  Forced a two year old to wear a jacket against her will.  Schelped two kids to the bus stop (I no longer drive).  Went to the grocery store.  Picked up the dry cleaning.  Found a place to have a little picnic lunch with the three lunches that I had made earlier.  Schelped two kids back to the bus stop.  Realized I lost something along the way, and had to go back to find it (losing Elmer the duck is not acceptable and will only lead to a crying jag and possible sleepless night).  Read another book while sitting at the bus stop. Because I had to go back, I missed the bus and had to wait an additional half hour.  Checked my email and my blog.  Got off the bus.  Schelped two kids to the library where I am now sitting while they are listening to story time.  Once that is finished we will hunt for the three books each that they are going to take home.  I will make another snack.  Start baking for tonight.  Start dinner.  Take the dog for a walk.  Sweep the walkway.  Water the lawn and the flower beds.   Somewhere in there I have to feed four people dinner, give two baths, do some laundry.  Look online to find out how much another dishwasher costs.  Take my own shower (something I have yet to do today).  Feed the dog.  Make several phone calls.  Change diapers again a few times.  Figure out where the three still missing Easter eggs are (note to self, next year make a map).  Read the newspapers.  Put away the Easter decorations.  Fold and put away the clothes that will be washed.  Get two kids to sleep.  (some days easier than others) Try to maintain a marital relationship, and get some sleep.

    But no, I don’t work.

     
    • SignPainterGuy 9:42 PM on 04/12/2012 Permalink | Reply

      That`s not work, that`s fun ! ;-)

      • just a conservative girl 10:30 PM on 04/12/2012 Permalink | Reply

        oh yeah, the putting the jacket on the skirming and yelling 2 year old was especially a good time. I wouldn’t trade it for the world, but please don’t any one tell me that it isn’t work.

    • namaste 4:24 AM on 04/13/2012 Permalink | Reply

      hillary sure put her foot in her mouth on that ignorant attack. mothers do so much to keep households, and therefore our world, moving smoothly. i hope you found elmer the duck :)

      • just a conservative girl 9:35 PM on 04/13/2012 Permalink | Reply

        yes, thank heavens. I can’t imagine what would have happened if I didn’t find Elmer. With my oldest I was able to keep the attachment to one particular item away. But not so with the youngest. This duck has been very well loved and is a necessary item for day to day life.

    • A.Men 4:38 AM on 04/13/2012 Permalink | Reply

      Hilary Rosen (36 visits to the White House) launched Obama’s attack on Ann Romney. Then Hilary, the lesbian, was left on the battlefield by obama, moochelle, Axelrod, messina, and other obamabots!

  • just a conservative girl 6:20 AM on 04/12/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote(s) of the Day – Obama Campaign Edition 

    “I could not disagree with Hilary Rosen any more strongly, her comments were wrong and family should be off-limits. She should apologize.”

    Jim Messina, Obama Campaign Manager

    “Also disappointed in Hilary Rosen’s comments about Ann Romney. They were inappropriate and offensive.”

    David Axelrod, Obama campaign advisor

    “families must be off-limits on campaigns, and I personally believe stay-at-home moms work harder than most of us do.”

    Stephanie Cutter, Obama Deputy Campaign Manager

    The Obama campaign in overdrive walking back statements that Ann Romney, stay at home mother of five, never worked a day in her life.

     
  • just a conservative girl 12:03 PM on 04/09/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    There May Be Ice in Hell – I Agree with Emanuel Cleaver 

    “That is wrong, I condemn it. If it’s a Democrat, if it’s my cousin, it’s wrong. And I think we need to stop that. It is damaging the body politic and it’s further separating the people in this country.”

    Emanuel Cleaver, head of the Congressional Black Caucus, on the so-called republican war on women.

     
    • SignPainterGuy 10:46 AM on 04/10/2012 Permalink | Reply

      But does Cleaver ever acknowledge that this “Republican war on women” is nothing but a hoax ….. a Democrat Party invented hoax !?!?

      • just a conservative girl 3:36 PM on 04/10/2012 Permalink | Reply

        Yes, I believe he does.

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