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July 29, 2008

Do As I Say: Example #1,2546

Oh, really?

Pelosi has told Politico that shes standing in the way on a drilling vote because shes determined to use the speakers gavel to save the planet.

She can start by giving up her big, private jet paid for by tax dollars.

And they wonder why their abyslmal ratings are even lower than our "failure" of a president...

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Posted by Pam Meister at 10:36 AM | Comments (3) | TrackBack (0) | Double Standards

Obama's Rainbow Tour...Shades of Evita

My latest over at Family Security Matters:

But how did Obamas world tour go over with Americans? Were they convinced that Obama was merely on an extended fact-finding tour in order to bolster his foreign policy credentials? According to a Fox Opinion Dynamic poll, 47% believed that this was a campaign event, while only 19% thought it was a fact-finding mission. (25% thought the trip was a little of both.) And as for the big bounce this tour should have had, the race between Obama and John McCain remains in a statistical dead heat in most polls. Considering historic trends, this election should have been in the bag for Democrats. That McCain, who has had much less media coverage than Obama, is nipping at his heels is not a harbinger of great things to come in November.

Read it all here.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 09:07 AM | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0) | FSM

Mr. T Snickers Ad...BANNED!

Too good not to share...the ad pulled in the UK and not even aired here because of the usual PC whining. Get ready to laugh!

h/t: Hot Air

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Posted by Pam Meister at 07:42 AM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | Humor

July 24, 2008

Obama's Prayer

Our Obama, who art in Washington
Flip-flop be thy name.

They Presidency come, they will be done
In D.C. as it was in Chicago.

Please take away our daily bread
And raise our taxes
As we appease voters who want social services.

And lead us away from self defense
And deliver us from sovereignty.

For thine is the way of globalism
And the power of Socialism
Forever and ever,
Yes we can.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:44 AM | Comments (25) | TrackBack (0) | Humor

July 23, 2008

No Brainer: Europeans Prefer Obama to McCain

Whoda thunkit?


Didn't they prefer Kerry to Bush back in 2004? Remind me again how that worked out.

Once again, Europeans think that it's their frakking business whom we elect president here in the U.S. They look down their collective noses, tut tutting at our boorishness, our bullishness, our cultureless culture, our lack of historical stature...whatever it is they can think of. Yet they're happy for us to do things like pay most of the UN's dues and shoulder the financial and man-power burden of their defense so that they can spend their money on their cradle-to-grave social programs. And if there's some kind of natural disaster, they complain if US aid doesn't arrive fast enough or isn't as generous as they believe it should be.

I'd be more than happy to pull our soldiers out of Germany and other European countries. Any missiles still there? Bring them home too. (Let's stay in Poland; Poland is a true friend that needs and appreciates our help.) And next time there's a tsunami or major earthquake, let's see how they like it if we snap the pocketbook shut. After all, when we have a natural disaster here (most recently, flooding in the Midwest that the media has already forgotten about), the rest of the world couldn't care less.

Just like bratty teenagers who hate Mom and Dad one minute but are asking for the car and gas money the next, Europeans disdain America because they think they know better than we do about everything.

Time for them to put their money where their mouths are.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 10:38 AM | Comments (5) | TrackBack (0) | Europe

The Media and Obama: Reporters or Flunkies?

My latest over at Pajamas Media:

If you had any doubt that the mainstream media is gunning for Barack Obama, you need only consider the rush to join him on his sojourn to the Middle East to realize that, yes, they are. Im not talking about the usual retinue of reporters that tag along with presidential candidates, but the Big ThreeTM: ABCs Charlie Gibson, CBSs Katie Couric, and NBCs Brian Williams are part of Obamas entourage, each one getting one days worth of exclusive coverage. Keep a sharp lookout for Obamas tour rider to show up on the Smoking Gun. Its sure to call for plenty of arugula and smelling salts to revive those who faint in his presence.

Read it all here.

UPDATE: And more on the sycophancy we have come to expect from the MSM and Chris Matthews in particular:

Yes...let's look beyond color and look at the man and his abilities while keeping his color in mind because it would be a great thing to do.

Uh, right.


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Posted by Pam Meister at 07:32 AM | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0) | Pajamas Media

July 17, 2008

Why They Had the Largest Re-Up of Troops in Our Country

Remember how 1,215 troops re-enlisted in the Army on the Fourth of July in the hall of one of Saddam's palaces? Ever wonder what inspired them? The answer is below the fold...

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:06 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | Humor

July 16, 2008

Wanted: Candidate for President; Whiners Need Not Apply

My latest effort at FSM:

As Michelle Malkin pointed out on her blog the other day, Obama is hardly alone when it comes to being the subject of tasteless satire. And considering the examples she provides, the cover of the New Yorker is small potatoes. Can you imagine if President Bush protested every time he was mocked in print? Heck, he wouldn't have the time to brush his teeth, let alone tend to the needs of the nation.

Read it all here.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:20 AM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | FSM

July 15, 2008

Lead Us to Post-Oil Nirvana, Sen. Reid!

My latest over at PJM:

And who better to lead the way than the man who made this nationwide epiphany possible? Being a leader in one of the most venerated American institutions today okay, I fudged that just a little gives Harry a voice of authority that ordinary Americans are sure to respond to. But it isnt just his reedy wheeze that will make us sit up and take notice. Its his firm grip on the tiller of this great ship we call America when he sets the example that we the humble American electorate, the people he in turn humbly serves are sure to appreciate. Therefore, I presume that Harry will be helping us to kick the oil habit by incorporating the following strategies into his role as top dog in the Senate:

It's all here.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 11:44 AM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | Pajamas Media

July 08, 2008

Change Means a Lot More than You Thought Where Obama Is Concerned

Barack Obama has been promising "change" all throughout his campaign. His followers believed it meant he would change the way things are done in Washington. But it seems as though the more things change, the more they stay the same, and Obama is no exception when it comes to ducking and weaving for poliitical expediency. Seems the Rev. Jeremiah Wright was right about something.

The RNC has picked up on one of his latest shifts (or flip flop, if you will) - this one regarding the situation in Iraq. Take a look:

In order to appeal to the far left base of the Democrat Party, Obama had to swear up and down that the minute he put his feet under the desk in the Oval Office, those troops would be scheduled to start coming home. But now that he has to appeal to moderates and righties, suddenly the surge that Obama was "not persuaded" would stop sectarian violence is causing his advisors to whitewash his prior statements.

Will this latest development turn off his base? Will it convince moderates and righties? We shall see.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 03:23 PM | Comments (4) | TrackBack (0) | 2008

July 07, 2008

Nanny State Brits: Kiddies Who Don't Like Foreign Food 'Racist'

You think I'm kidding?

The National Children's Bureau, which receives 12 million a year, mainly from Government funded organisations, has issued guidance to play leaders and nursery teachers advising them to be alert for racist incidents among youngsters in their care.

This could include a child of as young as three who says "yuk" in response to being served unfamiliar foreign food.

Yup. Small children who are served food they are unfamiliar with and say "yuck" to are racists if that food had its origins in another country.

Little Johnny doesn't like chow mein? Sushi? Curry? Falafel? Then little Johnny may be a racist in the making and is in need of immediate re-education. To the camps!

Obviously those in charge over at the National Children's Bureau do not have children of their own, otherwise they might realize that young children frequently say "yuck" to anything they haven't tried before or looks different. There's a reason why peanut butter and jelly, hot dogs, macaroni and cheese and grilled cheese sandwiches are so popular with the toddler set.

Now the article does go on to say that verbal ethnic slurs should also be dealt with. I'm okay with telling a child that such language is inappropriate. But being taken to task for saying "no" to different food takes it in a whole "Brave New World" direction.

Honestly, if this is how British taxpayer dollars (pounds) are being spent, then the UK is going down the tubes a lot faster than I thought.

h/t: Moonbattery

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July 03, 2008

Thoughts on the Fourth of July

My current article over at Family Security Matters has a Fourth of July theme:

Should we forget the flag, Mom and apple pie and behave more like the "citizens of the world" the Left so desperately want us to be? "UN ber alles" could be our new international anthem, and we could fly UN flags from our homes instead of Old Glory. Just look to Coca-Cola as an inspiration: in response to boycotts against its products in the Middle East, the company has proclaimed that it is not an American company but an international company. If that's the case, I think they should move their corporate headquarters from Atlanta to Brussels, where they might feel more at home.

You can read the whole thing here.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 07:03 AM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | FSM

Hapyy Birthday GAYLE!

To the woman who could tell Maxine a thing or two about being a feisty lady!

Many happy returns...you make the Internet a more exciting place!

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July 01, 2008

It's Hard Being a Rich American Celebrity Abroad

My latest at Pajamas:

That dastardly George W. Bush has made life incredibly difficult for the jet set. Imagine having to hide your face in shame every time you travel to Europe just because holier-than-thou Europeans think that since they dont like your president, you shouldnt either. It must really put a cramp in your ability to enjoy luxuries like private jet travel, expensive hotels, and fine wines. Oh, the horror.

I too know the burdens of exotic travel: I just came back from a whirlwind trip to the next town over, where I got the window in my car fixed at the dealership.

Full piece here.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 12:20 PM | Comments (4) | TrackBack (0) | Pajamas Media

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