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LSM agenda or ‘why I hate the media’…

LSM hysteria and its extremist views are a huge problem in this country. Using the power of the press to form an agenda and demand new laws be enacted is not their job. Does anyone seriously think more laws, banning video games, or having armed guards in schools will change one sick twisted mind?

If you don’t want to have a gun in your home or in your school, that’s your choice. But don’t be such a damn fool as to advertise to the whole world that you are in “a gun-free environment” where you are a helpless target for any homicidal fiend who is armed. Is it worth a human life to be a politically correct moral exhibitionist?

The more I study the history of intellectuals, the more they seem like a wrecking crew, dismantling civilization bit by bit — replacing what works with what sounds good…….

There are people calling for the banning of assault weapons who could not define an “assault weapon” if their life depended on it. Yet the ignorant expect others to take them seriously.

I find it very disturbing the media, in their best enlightened moment, felt it necessary to print the names and addresses of gunowners and plan on publishing more. This is what they call ‘responsible journalism’? The craziness of this is so unbelievable. Putting people’s lives in danger is not exactly responsible journalism, it’s putting a target on the backs of the innocent.

An upstate New York paper, the Journal News (,  owned by Gannet, published an interactive map listing the names and addresses of  every Licensed Pistol Permit holder in New York’s Westchester and Rockland  counties.

MO is not going to miss her paycayshun, no way, no how, no matter what the cost or the ‘optics’. White House Dossier reports;

President Obama will return to Washington from Hawaii Thursday while First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughters plan to continue their vacation, adding at least $100,000 and probably more than $200,000 to taxpayer costs for the excursion.

Instead of accompanying her husband home on Air Force One, Mrs. Obama will fly on her own Air Force jet at a later date and require security and staff to remain in place in Hawaii for the length of her stay, which reportedly could extend until January 6.

Who would want to leave this taxpayer supported enviornment?

MO beachfront

obama-hawaii-2obama-hawaii-4BO and MO showed up to support the troops.

Mo came dressed in a black sports bra and a sheet done up in a ‘princess’ style for the holidays. That headband must be getting pretty nasty by now in the humid atmosphere. Looks as if this may be the new fashion accessory for our very special FLOTUS.

open thread…..


  1. NBC and Gregory in a heap of trouble….serves them right if some heads roll…but, since they have become a government mouthpiece, I doubt anything will happen.

  2. Ah, she’s wearing the dress from one of my favorite MO events. The night she got hammered for the first time at Sweet Life Cafe in Martha’s Vineyard.

    • LOL 😀 …she looks just as hammered in the current photo…

    • OMG

      Michelle is doing her impression of a Mealy bug atop a bag of flour.

    • Ugh, must she always bring the “Royal Ta-ta’s” out to meet the troops? Crass indeed.

  3. Carole

    At least we have Moo back for laughs and smirks. The woman is too lazy to have wigs fitted and styled for public appearances. Moo, is defintely the “ghetto queen” of the White House. Harvard didn’t polish her as a woman of the world. Moo is classless, clueless and “Chicago southside bred.” No amount of exposure to women of the world, who have class and dignity, has made a difference or an impression upon the clueless Moochelle. She remains a mess and an embarrassment to those Americans that understand what a First Lady represents and the image she should display as the leading female role model in America and the world.

  4. As long as people are irresponsible with pit bulls, people are going to need guns. A family moved next door to me, into a condemned house, and they have two pits, who jumped the fence to try to get at my dog. My dog cleverly got indoors, and I followed him inside, and called the police.
    These people are the most blaming, excusing themselves, un-negotiating people in the world, and of course, 100 percent government assistance.
    I think the cherry on the sundae is that the ‘matriarch’ of the house behaves as an ethnic minority, when she is not, and her act is based on the stereotypes from seventies/eighties sitcoms; lots of neck waving and finger wagging and screwed up dialect. In trying to speak to her about her children climbing on my roof, I implied that I could understand her if she spoke normal English, but she didn’t get the hint. My husband and I now call her “Amos”. She has no husband to call “Andy”, just a strawheaded female companion with five children that look nothing alike.
    I suspect next time I have to deal with this woman, I’ll don a red wig, wear green, take a pugilistic stance, and say “Ur-her” after every statement like a Warner Brothers cartoon. I wonder what she would feel about that?

    • I’m used to squirrels (and once, a bear) on my roof…butt if it were the neighbor’s kids, I’d be on the phone to the cops…what if one fell off? Law suit here we come…

    • Keep the paper trail going…eventually you can go to the prosecutor and file a complaint.

      • I called the police when the dogs got into my yard, and then boarded my dog at a friend’s. I miss my dog incredibly, but at least he’s safe. What world is it that someone can afford two 120 lb. dogs on food stamps, but I’m not allowed to have the dog I’ve owned for eight years?

        • You shouldn’t have to give up your pet to keep him safe. Maybe the local humane society can help you deal with the neighbors ? Those dogs sound like a nuisance, possibly a danger to the community. If they’re attacking other dogs, would a child be next ? Good luck to you!

          • Thank you. Animal control explained to them how they had to take care of their dog- no, they didn’t research the dog at all, it’s grabbed up the nearest trailer status symbol.
            There are some cats gone, I do know this.
            I looked out at the snow, and was angry and sad that I couldn’t run outside with my dog, he loves the snow, then I thought of the good friends watching him. They love Scotties very much, and know their likes and dislikes. I know my dog is having a wonderful time in the snow even though I can’t see it.
            Someone in this neighborhood is watching out for me. I don’t know who it is, but even if I’m not aware of the pits getting loose or in my yard, someone is calling AC. For this I’m grateful, because when I first moved in, there were rumors spread about and words drawn on the side of my house. Google gobble, now I’m one of them, and that to me is a relief and a milestone.

  5. Ladies, let’s say a little prayer for President Bush (41).

    • I don’t think this is a surprise…he’s been hospitalized for more than a month now. Prayers to the Bush family.

  6. Carole

    Good idea Adrian!

  7. srdem65

    I’ve heard a hundred times that a “majority of Americans” want more gun control laws from the MSM. If we went by polls then Obamacare would have been repealed last year, because “a majority of Americans” want it gone!.

    Since when do TV personalities run with political memes without any pretense of non-bias?
    I’ve read whines that the “NRA isn’t listening to the people” and other nonsense when it is the TV personalities and some idiot elected officials who are doing all the talking.

    On MrBush, Sr: it doesn’t look good for him. No matter how hard we want things to go our way, the GoodLord makes the decisions.
    When we reach a certain age, we don’t think in terms of “if I die”, but “when I die”.
    I know and understand. It is the circle of life.

    • He’d better get used to his label of “Gun Salesman of the Century”. Bother the polls, look at the sales! The NRA is listening- the sound of cash registers allover the country ringing up gun sales.
      I’d like for each Hollywood liberal to make a vow, if they condemn guns, then they should NEVER appear in a film where any gun at all is featured. Let’s watch those millions drop from their income.
      Matt Damon, I’m looking at you, and considering you are not all that, it’s a chore for me to do so.

      • srdem65

        Excellent point; let them start with themselves and their livlihoods and security guards.

  8. Rules for us…good. Rules for them, forget it. Eleven armed guards at Sidwell (not counting the Secret Service)…

    • David Gregory’s kids go to Sidwell too…bunch of hypocrites.

  9. srdem65

    Watching different news channels; OMG! IT’S SNOWING! Cars slipping and sliding! Snow plows pushing snow!
    Is it really that big a deal in the NE today? Do they NOT expect snow in the winter?
    I lived in Western PA for 40 years and it SNOWED every winter, sometimes it snowed a lot.
    We expected it to snow, or to sleet, or to be freezing and prepared for it.

    Are the news people just looking for something to say on the air, or are people really shocked and unprepared to shovel snow from their driveways?

    • srdem65

      If it starts snowing in Phoenix Arizona, or Miami Florida, then that would be a really big story, IMO.

      • We get the rare winter storm in southeast VA and we’ll make the Weather Channel 😀

    • We’re not shocked or awed by the snow. 24/7 news channels have to mfg. something to say. We haven’t had any problems to speak of.

  10. Carole

    I love how the media is making a big deal over snow storms. Growing up in Colorado I witnessed people getting upset if it wasn’t a white Christmas. Blizzards and just mild snow storms where a way of life to me and no big deal. In winter, that is what happens! Now a snow storm in Yucaipa, CA every 5 or 8 years is a big deal to the kiddies who run out to play in it and make snowmen. However, snow in Yucaipa lasts only about 3 to 5 days. Yep, now that is a big deal!!

  11. When Progs start telling the truth about economic reality….

    […]This was the economy that President Clinton handed to President Bush in January of 2001. It was an economy that was being carried by an unsustainable bubble that, in fact, already was in the process of deflating at the time Bush took office. The S&P 500 was more than 10 percent below its 2000 peak and the NASDAQ was down by more than 40 percent on the day that Bush took office. This pretty much guaranteed the recession that began in March of 2001 just as the collapse of the housing bubble placed President Obama in the middle of terrible recession in January of 2009.

    The 2001 recession was the main reason that the surplus vanished in the 2002 fiscal year. Directing tax cuts to the wealthy was a foolish policy response to the downturn, but it was reasonable to turn to fiscal stimulus following the collapse of the stock bubble, just as it was reasonable for President Obama to turn to fiscal stimulus following the collapse of the housing bubble. The Bush tax cuts did provide a boost to the economy, although they would have provided a larger boost if this money had been directed at moderate and middle income people or devoted to long-term investments like education and infrastructure.

    The growth of the housing bubble eventually provided the boost needed to recover from the 2001 recession, just as the stock bubble propelled growth in the 1990s. As the economy got back near full employment in 2006 and 2007, the deficits shrank to sustainable levels.

    However, while the deficits were sustainable in the later years of the Bush presidency, the housing bubble was not. Its collapse gave us the most predictable economic disaster in human history, even if all our top economists somehow didn’t see it.[…]

    They saw it, said nothing, and we ended up here………

  12. Waiting for 2012

    “We gots free stuff!”–Maybe that’s the gimmick they need.

  13. In regards to Hobby Lobby-
    It’s not just a hobby store. The HL in my area has the best fine art/graphic art supplies in town. It far outshines the hoidy toi liberal art supply shop in the center of the city. Any birdies who paint, illustrate, etc., please think of visiting HL to get your oils, inks, papers, even comic book illustrating supplies.

    • srdem65

      After inheriting some old coins from a relative, I zoomed to HobbyLobby and found current books on coins, their values and how to spot fakes. They had plastic holders, papers, just everything for a person interested in coins. Stamps, too.
      Projects for the home, decor items, lamps, pillows, sequins, paints, canvas, ….everything.

      Forcing companies owned by Christian families to supply their employees with means to……….not sure here………..avoid pregnancy or to abort a pregnancy is against everything we stand for in America.

      • It disheartens me that my mother blithely voted for this agenda on superficial reasons alone. She considers herself a good Catholic, and goes to church every Sunday, but God is not a wind-up clock, and she neglected to think of what this wolf in sheep’s clothing administration had in store with it’s birth control agenda. I’m sorry to say, there is a part of me that rues her ignorance when it came to voting.

  14. Well, that “fiscal cliff” meeting went well….everyone jumped into their SUVs and ran…..Soooo, over we go I guess….the R-words should stop being so fearful. Let Obama explain the whole “fair share” meme to his base….

  15. So Mo is staying behind in Hawaii, no surprise there. I would bet a lot she has a plastic surgeon stashed there, and must get her ‘refreshers’ done for the Inauguration..I still think that is why she took off for Hawaii a day before her husband last year.. She had an appointment to keep.. She also has to ‘rest’ her hair, to prepare for new extensions, weaves. whatever. “High maintenance’ doesn’t begin to explain that woman’s vanities. Her apron and sports bra worn to visit the military is even worse when you consider how shined and pressed our soldiers had to be for the dubious honor of an Obama visit.

    • srdem65

      With PresBush, Sr. in the news for his medical problems, his wife is in the forefront of a lot of photos. Your comment reminds me of how much I admired MrsBush, Sr when she was FirstLady. She never tried to appear to be younger, wore her white hair as a badge of honor, and her figure was never an issue. She stayed in the background, was lady-like and classy in public settings. Laura Bush was somewhat like that, quiet and genteel.
      How I miss having a First Lady who really was a “lady”.

  16. Missing Laura Bush

    Me too!

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