This is odd… it looks like Toddy Puller was endorsed by Scott Lingamfelter. Maybe, Toddy got confused and thought he did when she decided to place his picture on her site.
“Now the Republicans, you know when I, I talked about this earlier in the week. They said ‘well, this is class warfare.’ You know what? If asking a billionaire to pay their fair of taxes. To pay the same tax rate as a plumber or a teacher is class warfare, then you know what? I, I, I, I, I’m, I’m a warrior for the middle class. I’m happy to fight for the middle class,” President Obama said at the Brent Spence Bridge in Cincinnati, OH.
This has got to be the most laughable thing I have ever heard. We have a President, who could care less about the unemployment in this country, yet he says he is a “warrior for the middle class.” We have a President, who would rather raise taxes, in order to spend more money on wasteful initiatives. Obama’s behavior is far from being concerned for the middle class. Aside from the President, you have the First Lady donned bracelets totaling $42,500. So much for looking out for the middle class, huh?
Good parody! 2012 is coming…
I guess Harry Reid (D-Nev.) can also take credit for saving a ton of money on his auto insurance too. He claims to be taking credit for saving the world. I wonder what he will be taking credit for on November 2nd.
Please accept my apologies for being so quiet lately. Right now, I am without a laptop for the first time in my adult life. My computer’s video card stopped working, and thus, the end had arrived sooner than originally thought. It might alarm you that I would be computer-less, but I was able to take a technology-free vacation for the most part. It was the first time in a long time where I was able to enjoy a vacation, and got to see some cool stuff. The previous post shows a sign I saw in Burton, Ohio, and the rest of the trip was spent between Seneca and Cayuga Lakes in upstate New York enjoying some great wines and good cuisine. (I need to make a shameless plug for my new favorite winery, Bagley’s Poplar Ridge… visit and see why.)
On a positive note, I should have a new computer by the weekend. If you have any suggestions, leave it in the comments section.
In the meantime, I leave you with my new favorite political ad of the year. Move over, Basil Marceaux! Jimmy “Rent is too damn high” McMillan will prove the point. Personally, I think this guy is hilarious.
H/T to Yankee Phil
Thanks for reading. I’ll be back online shortly.
~Crystal Clear Conservative
Check out these two videos (which are a part of a four video series).
In today’s segment (I know I have been falling off the tracks…forgive me, as my laptop is fried at this point) of Biden gaffes, The Hill reports that Vice President Joe Biden told an audience at a rally in Wisconsin today that they were the dullest audience he has ever spoken to. You have to hand it to Biden…he knows how to captivate attention.
You might be thinking, “WTF Crystal Clear Conservative? Is this from The Onion?” No, because The Boston Globe beat them to the chase. Former one-time Presidential candidate, Michael Dukakis decided to stop by The White House to share his strategy for the 2010 elections.
Was his strategy to urge Obama to jump in the tank for a ride to boost the American public’s impression of his party being strong and in control or was it for the Democrats to play the George W. Bush blame game for the state of the nation? Basically, Dukakis said the Dems should continue linking Bush to the economic crisis.
Wait a second! Something just doesn’t seem right. Bush did spend excessively, but Obama has spent more in his first two years as President. Wouldn’t the best advice be to take responsibility and work towards correcting errors? Not in the Obama Administration.
H/T Freeper Madness
To quote a line from Marie Antoinette, “Let them Eat Cake!,” and to update the line to 2010 standards, “Let them whine.” Perhaps, whining is needed in order to prevent Congress from destroying more of our liberties.