We Want You to Fight For Us

Mom posted this video on Facebook, and I wanted to share too.

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  • Alberta Brett

    Bristol – I’ve talked to your Uncle about this product and my brother is going to send him a “sample” to see if you guys can use this product in AK. http://www.gamehandlers.com Your Uncle loves the product – he hasn’t used it – just watched the videos….so check it out…. and tell Mr. Heath Jr I can’t wait for his book!

  • Kristy Patullo

    It’s what this fight is all about. The future of our children.

  • Sandi Jones

    perfect…..

  • otlset

    Fight also Ted for holding the debt ceiling as it is for a starting point, with an eye for eventual trimming of government and its atrocious and wasteful spending in the near future, for our nation’s sake.

    Here is a Ramirez cartoon that clarifies even for dummies the Democrat majority’s and the treasonous lamestream media’s misguided “hide-your-head-in-the-sand” view of the upcoming crisis…

    • Jeff

      Your language patterns sure remind me of your idol otlset…rambling and disjointed. Of course that’s probably because you’re a conservative. But still….food for thought.

      • Jeff

        Sarah Palin Farewell Speech: Rambling, Nonsensical

        “With this decision, I will be able to fight even harder for you, for what is right, for truth. I have never felt like you need a title to do that.” – Sarah Palin

        Three weeks after announcing her resignation Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin’s farewell speech was her explanation of why she doesn’t need a title to be a public servant, or care about what anyone thinks, especially the media.

        Her rambling address Sunday was a far cry from the carefully crafted speech she gave at the RNC last fall, launching herself to national political prominence.

        That debut was also her peak. Sunday’s farewell speech? More of a valley.

        Laden with strange sentence structure and trademark weird metaphors, the selfish quitter’s not only went on too long, but seemed to go a bit overboard, too.

        She’s as unassuming and unapologetic as she is unpolished.

        • Jeff
          • otlset

            I just love her!

          • Jeff

            Beauty truly IS in the eye of the beholder.

          • otlset

            I will take a politician who speaks in a somewhat less smooth manner and speaks the TRUTH, than a polished and clever orator who consistently LIES with almost every sentence that comes out of his mouth like the creep in the White House you apparently admire and bow down to. Obama is the worst, most despicable president the people have ever been conned into voting into office.

          • Jeff

            Nice to hear you finally admit she’s an idiot. Wow its been a good week for you otlset. You upgraded your comeback machine and you told the TRUTH about your idol. Have you started going to a therapist?

          • otlset

            Yup, she tells the truth, and your phony messiah in the White House our country suffers from now consistently lies. Pretty cool huh?

          • 1MiddleRoader

            I, too, would take a politician who speaks the truth. Off the top of my head, I can’t think of a single one.

          • Itarion

            Sad, but true.

          • Itarion

            One little question. How?

            He beats out Nixon, who was involved in a break-in attempting to illegally cripple the opposing party’s campaign?

            He beats out JFKennedy, whose foreign policy continually abused and stepped on other smaller countries, with the express intention of thwarting the plots of the USSR, who did the same for the inverse reason? (Yes, the Cold War was based on assumptions each side made about the other side based on their own side. Funny, right?)

            He beats out Ulysses Grant, whose political ineptitude allowed countless corrupt individuals to steal millions from the country?

            Do not accuse someone of being the worst unless you are absolutely positive that he IS, in fact, the worst. Not that I agree with everything Obama is done, but he has tried to do things right, and gotten some things done.

          • Itarion

            That’s comedy right there.

        • otlset

          This is a stop obamacare/debt ceiling thread you knucklehead.

          • Jeff

            Well gee willikers!

    • 1MiddleRoader

      So… your solution is “Don’t pay the credit card bill”. ?? That, too, is head-in-the-sand mentality.

      • otlset

        TRIM DOWN GOVERNMENT!!! LIVE WITHIN YOUR MEANS!!! BE RESPONSIBLE ABOUT FISCAL MATTERS!!!

        With our country 17 Trillion dollars in debt and sinking fast, anyone approving of this kind of bloated budget REALLY has their head in the sand, and helping the country die in our lifetime.

        • Itarion

          Indeed. Cut back on the salaries of elected officials, until they are at the median income level of the United States.

          Indeed. Cut back on Department of Defense – or should I use its original, honest name, Department of War – spending, because we are decades ahead, and billions of dollars per year ahead of our next 5 military spending competitors.

          Increase support of research and start-ups, sectors that continually have high returns.

          Increase taxes during the good times, and give the money back during the bad.

          A government should be run very much like a household.
          Money budgeted for medical expenses, a security system, charitable donations, savings in case of income loss. Balanced.

        • LMA

          The debt ceiling was raised 18 times under Reagan. Too bad the last R in office didn’t think about the impact two unfunded wars would have on the budget. Why should the indigent pay for them?

  • 1MiddleRoader

    Finally got around to listening to the video & Sen Cruz does not speak for 300 million people. He speaks for his constituents in TX, and for the 1/3 or so of Americans who want O’care repealed, delayed or defunded. When Palin was asked about this (kudos to Cavuto for asking, BTW), she gave her standard punny line, “polls are for strippers and skiers”. When polls don’t suit her, she ignores them. But polls say O’care is unpopular; she’s OK with that. I don’t like it, but I at least admit that a lot of folks don’t like O’care. (Old polls also show they didn’t like the health care system back before Obama either.) Although I don’t agree with Cruz, I don’t really blame him for trying to do what he can to stop O’care. But I do blame Boehner, for not smacking him down and taking the vote to the floor. Boehner seems to be doing this just to keep the Speakership.

    • otlset

      Many polls are very distorted, with bogus oversampling of liberal and Democratic voters, and misleading poll questions phrased *just so* so as to elicit the response the poll sponsors are looking for (or if not, then they are “adjusted” to account for this and that BS for the final release). How questions are phrased and presented can make all the difference, yet the final results are usually hailed and treated like the ultimate truth by the drive-by hit and run lying media. They can be way off, but idiots spout their results as if they were gospel.

      Please Mid, take ALL polls with a grain of salt, as many are just fabricated and sampled (very often by organizations known for their liberal bias) in way less than a true objective measuring. QUESTION AUTHORITY! Especially in these times when journalism is no longer journalism as it should be, but journalism as a subtle exercise in propaganda in order to sway public opinion.

      • 1MiddleRoader

        I agree, although the poll I was citing came from Forbes mag (not exactly a liberal rag). You can argue a poll’s methodology, etc. (although most of that is beyond my capability), and you also have to re-take polls over periods of time. And many polls don’t measure intensity of opinion. (I think a lot of people don’t like Obamacare, but maybe they don’t hate it enough to make it a voting issue, because they did elect him.) My point was you shouldn’t just pick and choose the polls that you agree with. Much as I would like to, I can’t ignore the fact the for years now people don’t really like O’care, although I do believe wording of some of the polls is misleading. I’m not a politician, so I don’t really care about polls that much–I’ll think what I think, even if I’m in the minority. But I won’t dismiss the polls that don’t support my views. And that, IMO, is what Palin does.

        • otlset

          Polls in Germany consistently showed Merkel struggling and even occasionally behind in the run up to election. She won in a blowout. Yet I’m sure German counterparts to our own liberal talking heads used those useless-in-retrospect polls to bash conservatives in like manner as if they were gospel.

      • 1MiddleRoader

        I don’t agree, though, that the polls usually oversample libs. Some oversample conservatives. And some give separate percentages for each. It really depends on who is taking the poll.

    • Richard Smit

      Sarah Palin is right! and go spread your hate toward Sarah Palin somewhere else!

    • melory4

      “But I do blame Boehner, for not smacking him down and taking the vote to the floor.” I am not sure what you are talking about. Please elaborate.

      • 1MiddleRoader

        I meant that Boehner should call for a vote on a “clean” Continuing Resolution. I posted that before Boehner said there aren’t enuf votes to pass it. To my knowledge, he didn’t give that as a reason before. Logic would lean in favor of there being enuf votes b/c it’s the Dems and the Pres who are pushing it, and if it doesn’t pass, they’ll have egg on their faces. But we’ll never know for sure unless there is a vote.
        But here’s my suggestion for a compromise– interested in what you all think. Since now it’s a matter of both sides trying to save face, pass the CR, “clean,” except with an addendum (or whatever it’s called in government-speak), that both sides will come to conference within a set amount of time, to negotiate budget issues, and Obamacare. If that’s not enuf, give, not a delay, but an extension, to sign up for Obamacare, for however long it takes to fix the glitches in the roll-out. Both sides could claim victory: Obama could say the CR was passed without financial changes, and he’s on record saying he’s “happy” to negotiate after the CR is passed (although the negotiations never seem to happen). The GOP could say they got something out of the deal, and they can negotiate useful changes to a flawed law.

        • melory4

          Thanks for the explanation.

          Boehner and GOP are willing to talk, it is Obama who insists they give him everything he wants before he comes to the negotiating table. This is not Zimbabwe, we debate, negotiate, etc. Obama is POTUS, not dictator.

          It is not a matter of saving face – it is a matter of doing what is right for the country. How ’bout Reid allowing a vote in the Senate on the CRs that the House already passed, or Obama comes to the negotiating table and they talk it out, GOP have indicated compromises they are willing to make. Obama is wiling to let the Gov shut down and country default for one very flawed law that was forced down the throat of Americans.

          Btw, there is no such thing as a “clean” bill.

          • 1MiddleRoader

            Well, I still think it boils down to saving face (on both sides). If they’re both willing to negotiate, then do it!! But fund the govt. while they’re doing it.
            And the CR is at sequester levels, so that is already some compromise. It’s looking now like the only way out of this is a short-term CR, which is basically kicking the can down the road, and not the way to run a country but would give both sides some time.

            Here’s a quote from a Stratfor article that I wish I had written:

            “Each faction is deeply committed to its beliefs, and feels it would be corrupt to abandon them. Even if it means closing the government, even if it means defaulting on debt, ideology is a demanding mistress who permits no other lovers. Anyone who reads this will recognize his enemy at work. I, however, am holding everyone responsible, from left to right — and especially the indifferent center. I hold myself accountable as well: I have no idea what I could do to help change matters, but I am sure there is something.”

            http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/roots-government-shutdown“>The Roots of the Government Shutdownis republished with permission of Stratfor.

          • Jeff

            Bob Shieffer said it best to John Cornyn on Sunday:

            “”Don’t Republicans also have to do their job?”

            “It’s almost like I’m going to throw a brick through your window unless you give me $20.”

    • melory4

      There is much more support for Cruz’s position on Ocare, than for Reid and Obama’s position. See all the waivers granted, Unions complaining, delay for employers and insurers, majority of country not in favor of Ocare etc.

      Historical gains for GOP in 2010 because of outrage about Obamacare. Boehner is Speaker today because he and those elected ran on repealing Ocare, so finally Boehner has the integrity to do the right thing by the people who gave them those historic gains.

    • melory4

      How ’bout Harry Reid bring up in the Senate the Full Faith and Credit Act that the House has passed, which would require the Treasury “in the event the debt ceiling is reached, to pay principal and interest due on debt held by the public before making any other payments.”

      “Harry Reid, in his desire, indeed the Democrats’ political necessity, to keep Americans as afraid as possible, has refused to bring up the measure in the Senate despite its simply making clear, as explained above, what the Constitution, common sense, and good government already require.

      Also the government takes in about seven times as much in revenue as it pays out in interest on the national debt. So how is it that we are discussing default?”

      From the American Spectator (have to go will find link and post when I come back).

      • 1MiddleRoader

        No need to find the link- I believe you. Economics is not my strong point, but I think we can both agree that hitting the debt limit is bad. Even Rep. Boehner has said so.
        As for the Full Faith and Credit Act, again not an expert, but my understanding is that we would pay China before veterans and Medicare.

        • melory4

          Our national debt is our biggest problem, it should be our first priority, and there is more than enough money coming in every month to pay interest due on our debt.

          It means also that we should prioritize and balance the budget: I will post the link anyway, you may find the article helpful:

          “The federal government has other important obligations, whether funding the military, paying Social Security and Medicare and veterans’ benefits, along with the myriad other (mostly unconstitutional) functions currently taken on by Leviathan. If the debt ceiling were not raised, there would be real pain for many, but also substantial long-term benefit to the country if it caused a dramatic shrinking of everything from the EPA to food stamps to thousands of destructive regulatory bodies whose primary purpose is to justify their own existence.”

          http://spectator.org/archives/2013/10/07/debunking-the-democrats-defaul

          I am also not an expert, but I think if we take in 7 times as much in revenue as what we have to pay out in interest on the national debt, there will be funds left to pay some of the other most important obligations such as the ones you mentioned?


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