THIS Is How The Limpstream Media Sees It.

After this past Tuesday’s stunning feat of the GOPe NOT snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, here is how the leftist lying liberal loon media sees it. From R. McKee at   No doubt about it, folks. And with some of the rumblings from the GOPe hacks, they MAY be on to something. WE must make DAMN SURE the RINO’S and the leftist lying liberal loon media DO NOT get THEIR way. That would be a HUGE waste of a monumental victory. ~ CLYDE. Keeping the leftist GOPe  honest. If THAT is possible.

A “Union Success Story” For Nov 6 2014

Among the losers other than the democrat party, THESE entities sort of went tits-up as well. This one is ESPECIALLY sweet. Connor D. Wolf  from The Daily has the slap to the face. Scott Walker Wins In Wisconsin 10:45 PM 11/04/2014 By Connor D. Wolf Contributor   Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker won re-election against Democratic challenger Mary Burke in a race labor unions were keenly interested in. Back in 2011, Walker and the Republican-controlled state legislature passed a state law, known as Act 10, which significantly changed the collective bargaining process for most public employees within the state. The … Continue reading

Bold New Agenda for GOP?

From IJ Review: I’m not so sure bold is the word I’d use to describe this. See what you think…. Aren’t these the same old talking points we keep hearing over and over, yet never see any changes? John Jordan is a California winery owner and founder of Bold Agenda PAC. Jordan explains that he has sometimes been frustrated by “a paralyzed political leadership structure that cannot act.” He tells the Washington Post: “Since Republicans are on the precipice of possibly winning a Senate majority there has not been an articulated governing vision of specific steps to meet Americans needs. I … Continue reading

Huckabee: I’ll Leave GOP Over Gay Marriage Issue

From Townhall: To former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, faith absolutely trumps politics, so much so that he has no reservations about casting off the R beside his name if the GOP abandons its opposition to same-sex marriage. “If the Republicans want to lose guys like me — and a whole bunch of still God-fearing Bible-believing people — go ahead and just abdicate on this issue, and why you’re at it, go ahead and say abortion doesn’t matter, either,” Huckabee said on the American Family Association’s radio show this week during a discussion on gay marriage. “Because at that point, you lose … Continue reading

Different Year, Same Old Worn Out Democrat Tactics.

As proof the democrats are super-glued on stupid even tighter than the GOPe is, we see this. The top donkey “braintrust” is running ads claiming ALL Republicans are “owned” by the Koch Brothers. The asshats seem to forget THEY are owned by a uber-wealthy, freedom hating capitalist who, unlike the Kochs, made HIS billions by manipulating currency markets. Amazing the hypocrisy, but, it IS all the democrats have this election season. Story from Bloomberg News, via     Democrats Try to Link US Job Losses to the Kochs Tuesday, 02 Sep 2014 11:08 AM   Bloomberg News Staff The … Continue reading

Feds Sending Illegal Immigrant Minors to States Without Notice

From the New American: Gov. Bill Haslam of Tennessee protested in a letter to President Obama that no one in his state government had received notice that 760 of the estimated 50,000 unaccompanied minors who have entered the country illegally in the past several months have been sent to the Volunteer State. “It is unacceptable that we became aware via a posting on the HHS website that 760 unaccompanied children have been released by the Office of Refugee Resettlement to sponsors in Tennessee without my administration’s knowledge,” Haslam wrote in his July 25 letter to the president. “Not only was … Continue reading

Obama’s Last Card

This is an excellent piece by J.R. Dunn at the American Thinker. ~ With the ongoing collapse of Iraq, the endgame for the worst foreign policy in American history has begun. It is no less than astonishing to glance over the foreign policy errors made by the Obama administration since 2009. ● The deliberate alienation of the UK. Thanks to direct and malicious efforts made by President Obama personally (the Churchill bust, Region 1 DVDs), the oldest and most fruitful alliance of the modern age entered into its frostiest period since the Civil War… in the midst of a civilizational conflict in which … Continue reading

Wild Bill: Tap Dancing in a Mine Field

Bill tells us that the left has forced America into a minefield of cultural bombs that sooner or later will blow up in our faces. He’s right too.  This November will be our last chance to grab the ring of freedom and correct the course that we are on as a nation.  If we fail then America fails. ~ Hardnox

Fixing the Problem. Part ONE of a whole bunch.

The last three things I’ve posted have had to do with Obummercare, and unfortunately, while Obummercare is big and important, we need to focus on getting rid of it, not fixing it. We also need to look at a (fertilizer) load of things that need fixing.  Back when G.H.W. Bush was running for President in 1988 I wrote a paper for the Washington State Republican Party. It was kind of long, so I’m going to slightly rewrite it, and break it up into several parts. So here goes with the first of many parts.: Candidates for political office Unless we are “in … Continue reading

Lefties Are In A Panic: “We’ll Lose The Senate”

  Chrissy “Tingles” Matthews is in a panic over the loss of a special election that was held Tuesday in Florida. Republican David Jolly narrowly defeated Democrat Alex Sink on Tuesday in a Tampa-area House race largely seen as a critical test for ObamaCare. With nearly 100 percent of the vote counted, Jolly had 48.5 percent of the vote to Sink’s 46.7 percent. Libertarian Lucas Overby had 4.8 percent. The race to replace the late Rep. Bill Young was considered a tossup, and was cast as a political bellwether, and a testing ground for each party’s messaging strategy — which … Continue reading

Cruz Won’t Endorse Cornyn in Texas GOP Race

From Yahoo and AP:   The sniping between establishment Republicans and tea partiers resumed Thursday as Texas Sen. Ted Cruz refused to endorse his state’s senior senator in next week’s Republican primary. Sen. John Cornyn, the Senate’s second-ranking Republican leader, faces tea party-backed Rep. Steve Stockman in Tuesday’s election. Cruz declined to tell reporters how he plans to vote. “I am not supporting any of the senators from my party or their opponents” in this year’s primaries, Cruz said, adding that he might change his mind later. Cruz, a tea party favorite and potential 2016 presidential candidate, has infuriated fellow … Continue reading

The Real Wendy Davis

By Mona Charen via From Townhall: “I came from a place of struggle,” insisted Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis after The Dallas Morning News revealed that key details of the life story she had successfully shopped to the mainstream media were false. She wasn’t a 19-year-old mom when she was first divorced, but 21. She lived with her second husband in the very  comfortable Mistletoe Heights neighborhood of Fort Worth, Texas, not in a trailer park made famous by a thousand admiring profiles. She lived in the trailer park for just a few months. One of Davis’ struggles, apparently, is … Continue reading

MG Vallely on Organizing the Tea Parties

From WND: MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Retired Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely, chairman of Stand Up America, has just unveiled the liberals’ worst nightmare, a plan to unite the tea party into a vast army to turn America back to its constitutional roots. The plan was one of several steps Vallely announced Sunday afternoon at the South Carolina Tea Party Convention. “We’re in a battle for America. We must save America and today we’re going to do it,” Vallely said. “America is at a crossroads, and it’s up to us to take the right road and get this country back again. We’ve … Continue reading

U.S. Chamber Of Commerce To Spend $50 Million On GOP Establishment Hacks

From Newsmax: Tea party supporters on Friday blasted a plan by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to spend $50 million to support establishment and business-friendly Republican candidates in next year’s congressional elections. “It’s insane,” Cleta Mitchell, one of Washington’s most respected elections attorneys, told Newsmax. “It’s based on false assumptions. “When they say, ‘no fools on the ticket,’ the fact of the matter is that there were some centrist candidates who were the establishment favorites who lost in 2012,” Mitchell added. “That’s fine if they want to spend that money, but I think it’s going to be wasted money — … Continue reading