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Then there were 4

By Patrick Van Roy On January 19th, 2012 at 2:22 pm

FIRST ON CNN: Perry to drop out Thursday

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Charleston, South Carolina (CNN) – Rick Perry is telling supporters that he will drop his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on Thursday, two sources familiar with the plans told CNN.

Ahh let the bile flow

By Patrick Van Roy On January 19th, 2012 at 12:34 pm

ABC Investigative journalism, our nations finest in main stream media, the voices that the world needs to listen to, to be informed on the facts of the world. At least that’s what they claim, and would like you to believe.

In the mean time they couldn’t report on Reverend Wright, or Obama’s connection with Tony Resco, or the fact that Obama started his career in the house of an unrepentant American Terrorist couple , but don’t worry they can interview a bitter ex wife, as long as that ex wife is that of a republican.

ABC will air an interview of hate and bile from the woman that was sleeping with Newt while he delivered divorce papers to his first wife who was laying in bed dying of cancer. Now never mind that the first wife is alive and kicking, and that narrative about the hospital never stuck because it just wasn’t true,

So as Newt surges in South Carolina drag out the heathen slut that he was doing while he was married to his first wife, and get her spewing bile because he cheated on her. Come on and people say the press isn’t in the bag for Obama?

I’m sure it will be great TV, I’m sure airing right before this vote is just a coincidence, and I’m sure it will effect some voters. Such is the Purity and Un Touchable Non Bias Honor of the MSM.

Newt will ignore it and give the answer that has worked this Entire Campaign, “I was wrong, I sinned, I am older and more mature, and I have found God asked for forgiveness and have become a devout Catholic”

Don’t under estimate that statements power with the American Public, this will backfire.

In the meantime it has come out that the count was wrong, and Santorum won Iowa, Not Romney.

Oh and the price of gas in the US will be $5 a gallon  this summer, 20,000 construction workers won’t get their jobs this month along with the 200,000 supporting jobs, because the President feels a pipeline that has had 6 years of environmental studies needs another years worth of study. Don’t want to upset the enviro wackos.


By David Vance On January 19th, 2012 at 9:10 am

Glad to hear some forthright views on the madness of our Immigration system;

A senior judge today condemned the immigration ‘merry-go-round’ that allowed an asylum seeker to stay in Britain for a decade. The Pakistani national was allowed to make a staggering 16 appeals or new applications despite being rejected at every turn, at an estimated cost to taxpayers of at least £250,000. Lord Justice Ward said the ‘depressing story’ was typical of asylum cases in which ‘endless fresh claims’ were allowed to ‘clog up’ the system. He said: ‘This is another of those frustrating appeals which characterise – and, some may even think, disfigure – certain aspects of the work in the immigration field. ‘Here we have one of those whirligig cases where an asylum seeker goes up and down on the merry-go-round leaving one wondering when the music will ever stop.

He’s right, of course. The cost to the taxpayer is enormous and yet it is permitted. Why? It is obvious that the system for appeal is systematically abused, we fund it, and the only people who win are those who manipulate it.

I’m sick of the Ronbots

By Patrick Van Roy On January 18th, 2012 at 3:40 pm

Ron Paul is a dangerous fraud and a Lunatic, it has come to light in the last week that “supporters” of Ron Paul have been making Death Threats to Radio Hosts. The threats are worse than the usual cranks. The FBI is investigating an increasing organized movement by the Ronbots that have targeted Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, and Rush Limbaugh.

They have made verbal, written, and physical threats on the lives of these men and their families. Limbaugh and Beck have their own personal security, Hannity and Levin do not. Twice now people have shown up at Hannity’s house, Becks security detail has stopped 3 physical threats. Limbaugh doesn’t discuss it, and in Levins words “He’ll defend himself” not being a jessie ventura type I will leave it to those making the threats to wonder how a real constitutionalist would defend himself.

The cult of Paul is becoming more and more dangerous each day. As our own fanatics on this site provide us daily with examples of their extremism, they’re American counterparts are starting to carryout acts of violence. This is not how we do things in the U.S.

Paul has not condemned these acts nor will he even comment on them when asked. Look around him, he has stood with Neo-Nazi’s, He has stood with Truthers, He has put his name to a racist newsletter that was published for ten years. He has delivered the second highest level of pork to his district beaten out only by Barney Frank, while he claims to be a fiscal conservative. He blames the U.S. for ALL Islamist extremism. He has held public office for 30yrs. In that time he has only passed one piece of legislation, yet garnered Billions of tax payer dollars for his district. He has sided with every cut in our military budget, and he distorts every piece of history he quotes. 3 groups have also investigated Dr. Pauls claim that he gets twice the amount of money from the military. Campaign watchdog Audits have proven this also to be false.

The man is a dangerous menace. Here is a little piece of entertainment well worth listening to, it is from just before the Iowa caucus.

Just to Piss you Off

By Patrick Van Roy On January 18th, 2012 at 2:08 pm

Palin: I’d vote for Gingrich in South Carolina


1/17/12 9:32 PM EST

Sarah Palin’s not quite endorsing Newt Gingrich for president, but if she were a South Carolina voter, he’s the one she’d cast her ballot for this weekend.

The idea, Palin explained on Fox News, would be to keep the primary season going. Via Juana Summers, here’s the case Palin made:

“I can tell you what I would do if I were a South Carolinian…If I were a South Carolinian though, and each one of these primaries and caucuses are different, Sean, I want to see this thing continue because iron sharpens iron. Steel sharpens steel.  These guys are getting better in their debates.  They are getting more concise.  They are getting more grounded in what their beliefs are and articulating what their ideas are for getting America back on the right track and getting Americans working again.  If I had to vote in South Carolina order to keep this thing going, I would vote for Newt and I would want it to continue. More debates, more vetting of candidates.”

She also praised Gingrich’s debate performance Monday night:

“I do think that Newt is the one that won the debate if you will, because Newt came out like South Carolina’s own Smokin’ Joe Frazier. He came out there swinging, talking about work, talking about jobs and work ethic and how government needs to get out of the way in order for all Americans to have a sense of opportunity to work, and I think that’s what a lot of voters have been craving to hear.”

Gingrich has already won the endorsement of Todd Palin, which seemed like a pretty good indication of where Palin-world’s sympathies lie. Any national righty love is welcome for Gingrich right now, as he’s seeking to claim the “consensus conservative” mantle despite Rick Santorum’s victory in an informal poll of evangelical leaders last weekend in Texas.


By David Vance On January 17th, 2012 at 8:00 am

My view is that wherever Al Queda are located, we should direct technological resources to send them for an early meeting with Allah.

AL QAEDA militants seized control of a Yemeni town yesterday, overrunning army positions, storming the local prison and freeing at least 150 inmates. Security officials said that Radda, 100 miles south of the capital Sanaa, was stormed by rebels taking advantage of the weak central government and the political turmoil of the past year. Authoritarian President Ali Abdullah Saleh recently agreed to step down, but he remains a powerful force within the country and a spark for ongoing unrest. Militants had previously taken control of a string of towns in the mostly lawless south. But their capture of Radda gives them a territorial foothold closer than ever to the capital, where many sleeper cells of the terror network are thought to be located.

Yemen looks like being the new Afghanistan in terms of providing sanctuary to Al Queda. I do not desire to send vast battalions of our soldiers in to this country but I am sure a few drone squadrons could do a good job. Ignoring the problem here will NOT make it go away.

I missed his Birthday last week

By Patrick Van Roy On January 16th, 2012 at 9:23 pm

and since I’ve have received so much of it today I thought I’d share some back


Weakness is not a virtue

By Patrick Van Roy On January 16th, 2012 at 1:47 pm

President Obama has called off the joint exercises in the Red Sea, and Israel. Americans asked to postpone mass exercise meant to test air-defense capabilities to avoid escalation of tensions over Tehran’s nuclear program. Israeli officials said the Americans asked to delay the drill so as not to heighten tensions with Iran over its nuclear program and avoid drawing any additional attention from the Arab countries during such a turbulent period.

Obama has taken a stance of weakness. Weakness does not deter ones enemies, strength does. Instead of showing strength Obama displays weakness and stupidity. The Iranians have held exercises in the Red Sea twice in the last few months. They have moved their uranium enrichment that is in it’s final stages to it’s underground facilities at Natanz. They have tested two types of missiles a long range missile that could easily not just strike Israel, but anywhere in Europe, including the British Isles. The second missile they have tested is a low atmospheric blast missile designed for an EMP nuclear blast. Iran is on a war footing, and not just in the Middle East. Imamadjihad just finished visiting the heads of everyone of Americas enemies in South America and Cuba.

The U.S. already has two Carrier Groups in the area, plus we have increased our air assets at our land based facilities in the region. Now is not the time to show timidity.

Olli Heinonen (IAEA) wrote in an article published earlier this week that Iran made major advancements after switching production of its higher-grade enriched uranium to a new, underground site.

According to Ambassador Bolton: “They’ve got, by publicly available information from the International Atomic Energy Agency, enough low-enriched uranium that if enriched up to weapons grade would be enough for four weapons.”

“So they’ve got more work to do, but they are already well on their way,” he said.

“Even Secretary of Defense Panetta said last month that Iran could have a nuclear device within a year,” Bolton argued. “So they are very close, and obviously if they stepped up their efforts and worked harder, they may well be able to do it before then.

“So this is a clear and present danger,” he continued, “and I think it’s one of the reasons why you see the tension now in the region and why 2012 is going to be such an important year.”

In his article last week, Heinonen, who was the IAEA’s director-general until 2010, said that building a stock of 250 kg of 20-percent enriched uranium did not mean Iran could deploy a bomb without further engineering work.

Still, he allowed that 20-percent enriched uranium could within weeks be further purified to the 90-percent necessary for weapons grade.

“I worry the publicly available information is giving only a very small picture and that Iran is actually even much further along,” Bolton said

The U.S. Senate voted Unanimously to shut down the ability of the Iranian Central Bank to do business. That vote also included a blockade of Iranian oil exports and gasoline imports. The President signed the measures, but has refused to implement them. While Obama has been talking tougher about Iran’s nuclear work and made threats to block oil export routes out of the Gulf and hit Iran with harsher sanctions, new U.S. measures adopted on December 31 gave President Barak Obama leeway on the scope of penalties on the Iranian central bank and oil exports. to impose these sanctions, and the President has hesitated for fear of oil prices rising this year, and upsetting his base out of election-year considerations.

It is time to move to prevent war not back down. Showing weakness encourages the Mad Mullahs and the suicidal little Persian. It is time for a show of force as a deterrent, not a show of weakness.

Huntsman ends his hunt.

By 33230715130361 On January 16th, 2012 at 1:27 pm

Jon Huntsman has dropped out of the race for the Republican nomination.  Like the huntsman in Snow White, he didn’t seem to have evil in his heart (which hurt his chances in that party).  He is expected to endorse Mitt Romney later today.

His campaign never took off.  He did manage to get the endorsement of South Carolina’s largest newspaper, but wisely decided that whatever ground he gained was never going to be enough.  He offered Republican primary voters the option of sensible conservatism, but it really isn’t the year for that.  So they will slouch towards Washington, D.C. without him.  Most Huntsman voters will likely go to Romney in the primaries, not that there were large numbers to begin with.  But it will mean the realistic and sane and pragmatic will be rallying around Mitt now, the other options ranging from laughable to deplorable.

I’ll credit Huntsman with entering the race with the knowledge that he had a difficult road, and I’ll credit him further for getting out when it was clear that he wouldn’t be doing himself or the party any good.  I don’t think we’ve heard the last of him and I wish him well.


By Patrick Van Roy On January 16th, 2012 at 12:36 pm

Here is a montage that includes him and others, the message is important. Learn it…..

The man, and the most famous speech