Monday, February 15, 2010

Barney Frank, a Short Synopsis.

Wow, it's been a while since I have posted a blog. Life, work and commitments sometimes get in the way of fun pursuits, like blogging. I am now making the time to blog because there are several important races that are heating up in Massachusetts.

One race that I would like to take a look at today is, the 4th District race. Barney Frank is currently the Representative of this district. Barney has been in office for almost 30 long years. Frank is known throughout the nation as one of the people who helped set in motion, the financial crisis.

Frank has championed many causes lately like, Internet gambling, lax laws for marijuana possession and the health care bill. What Barney Frank has failed to do is champion the causes of the people in the District in which he is supposed to serve. Record high unemployment plagues many of the big cities in the district. This situation has been ongoing, it was in place long before the financial crisis took place. Repeatedly, Mr. Frank has turned a blind eye to the needs of his constituents, while selfishly pursuing his own personal agenda.

Speaking of constituents, Barney Frank has no respect for them. It is well documented that when challenged or questioned, Barney Frank lashes out like a mad man. Barney Frank's pompous, elitist attitude is shocking and should cause the voters in his district some serious concern.

See the video below of Barney Frank verbally abusing his constituents at a town hall meeting over the summer.

Barney Frank also has trouble getting along with news commentators. For some odd reason, Barney just cannot answer a simple question.

Watch this classic exchange between Bill O'Reilly and Frank.

Barney Frank's lashing out isn't just reserved for news commentators or his constituents. Look what happens when Barney is asked a question by a Harvard student.

If you are a small business owner, making over 250,000, you are rich in Barney Frank's mind, he is after you too. Watch as Barney Frank suggests that spending be increased, and that rich people should be taxed more to pay for it.

Tomorrow, we will take a look at Barney Frank's challengers in the 2010 race. I will look at who is running, their experience and who can actually match wits with Barney.

It feels great to be blogging again.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

U.S. Troops Not Important On Obama Itinerary

Obama has finally finished up his Middle East and European Tour De Farce and now is under scrutiny for snubbing our U.S troops. Apparently, Obama was scheduled to make a stop to meet and greet with our American troops but instead he opted to spend his time at the gym pumping iron. Turns out the Pentagon did not want camera's rolling when Obama visited the troops, so the trip was scrapped by the Obama campaign. It is obvious that Obama was just using our troops for a photo op, shame on him. How can any sane person consider Barack Obama to be Presidential material, after passing over our troops and not visiting them, I am not sure if Obama is even American material...

Governor Mike Huckabee was on Hannity and Colmes on July 28th, he made a few good points about Obama and his latest blunder:

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Obama Love

by The McCain Campaign

A few quotes from some famous people who have been bit by the Obama love bug...

"He walks into a room and you want to follow him somewhere, anywhere," George Clooney told talk show host Charlie Rose.

"A quantum leap in American consciousness"
– Deepak Chopra

"He is not operating on the same plane as ordinary politicians. . . . the agent of transformation in an age of revolution, as a figure uniquely qualified to open the door to the 21st century."
– Gary Hart

"Barack Obama is our collective representation of our purest hopes, our highest visions and our deepest knowings . . . He's our product out of the all-knowing quantum field of intelligence."
– Eve Konstantine

"This is bigger than Kennedy. . . . This is the New Testament." "I felt this thrill going up my leg. I mean, I don't have that too often. No, seriously. It's a dramatic event."
– Chris Matthews

"[Obama is ] creative imagination which coupled with brilliance equals wisdom . . . [He is] the man for this time."

– Toni Morrison

"Obama's finest speeches do not excite. They do not inform. They don't even really inspire. They elevate. . . . He is not the Word made flesh, but the triumph of word over flesh . . . Obama is, at his best, able to call us back to our highest selves."
– Ezra Klein

"Obama has the capacity to summon heroic forces from the spiritual depths of ordinary citizens and to unleash therefrom a symphonic chorus of unique creative acts whose common purpose is to tame the soul and alleviate the great challenges facing mankind."
– Gerald Campbell

"We're here to evolve to a higher plane . . . he is an evolved leader . . . [he] has an ear for eloquence and a Tongue dipped in the Unvarnished Truth."
– Oprah Winfrey

"I would characterize the Senate race as being a race where Obama was, let's say, blessed and highly favored. That's not routine. There's something else going on. I think that Obama, his election to the Senate, was divinely ordered. . . . I know that that was God's plan."
– Bill Rush

"I'll do whatever he says to do," actress Halle Berry said to the Philadelphia Daily News. "I'll collect paper cups off the ground to make his pathway clear."

Monday, July 21, 2008

McCain, Just Say No To Mitt Romney

According to an article by Robert Novak that was posted on, McCain will be picking a VP this week.

"Sources close to Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign are suggesting he will reveal the name of his vice presidential selection this week while Sen. Barack Obama is getting the headlines on his foreign trip. The name of McCain's running mate has not been disclosed, but Mitt Romney has led the speculation recently".

That's terrific that McCain is picking a VP, HOORAY! I think that most Republicans can agree that McCain needs a real conservative to balance out the ticket. But the mere mention of the name Mitt Romney as a possible VP pick, causes me serious gastric distress. Apparently Mitt Romney has the other 57 states fooled into thinking that he is a true conservative but those of us who suffered through his term as Governor know the real story. Let me share some facts with you about Willard Romney, yes that is his real name, just like the rat movie.

1. Human Events reported that "Romney was probably the most pro-abortion and pro-gay rights Republican official in the nation for the last decade.

2. Willard won a ranking as one of the Top 10 RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) by Human Events 12/27/05 - (Mitt Romney is ranked #8)

3. While Governor of Massachusetts, Romney imposed $283 million in business “loophole closures” and $501.5 million in increased fees on marriage licenses, gun registrations, gasoline deliveries, real-estate transfers and more. Under Romney, the Tax Foundation calculated, Massachusetts fell from America’s 29th-most-business-friendly state to No. 36.

4. I interrupt this list for a factual commercial break:

5. When he was Governor, Romney teamed up with Ted Kennedy and John Kerry to enact The Massachusetts State MANDATED health care plan (Commonwealth Care). This Romney brainchild is a government subsidized health care plan that requires citizens to register with the state, slaps working people with tax penalties, and provides $50 abortions on demand. AS of right now this huge branch of government that Romney created is millions of dollars in the RED.

I could go on and with a list of hundreds of Romney misdeeds & blunders (do a google search, investigate for yourself) but you get the point right? This is only a fraction of the kitchen sink that the Democrats will be able to throw at McCain if he chooses Mitt Romney. Willard "Mitt" Romney was a nightmare for Massachusetts and he will be the nail in coffin for the Republican party if he is chosen as VP. Write John McCain and beg him NOT to choose Mitt as VP because Romney comes in as a close second to Obama as one of the most disingenuous politicians to walk the planet.

Mailing Address
John McCain 2008
P.O. Box 16118
Arlington, VA 2221


Sunday, July 20, 2008

McCain and The NRA Take On Obama

Kudos to John McCain for being the first to release a contrast ad in this General election cycle. McCain's ad takes shots at Obama's lack of foriegn policy experience and his flip-flops on key issues like the war in Iraq. I think the timing of this ad is perfect, perhaps it will leach some of the press spotlight that Obama has had due to his middle east pandering expedition.

Speaking of taking shots, The National Rifle Association, announced that it will spend $40 million during this election season, $15 million specifically to persuade gun owners to vote against Barack Obama.The Illinios Senator really ticked of the NRA when he made that comment earlier in the year stating that the people in western Pennsylvania were bitterly clinging to guns and their religion. Anyone want to bet that we will see a quick move to center by Barack Obama on the issues surrounding the second ammendment? Don't be suprised if you see photos of Obama in the near future, wearing his new favorite color, blaze orange...

Friday, July 18, 2008

Where In The World Is Barack Obama?

Maybe we could ask Charlie Gibson, Katie Couric or Brian Williams, after all they are the three anchor people or "journalists" that were chosen to cover Obama's Middle East trip. Wow, talk about soft, liberal journalism, images of little kittens and butterflies come to my mind when I think of how these "journalists" will cover Obama's trip. The American people will not get the full story, as usual we will get only the liberal slanted version but hey at least it will be perky. I can read the headlines now, "The People Of The Middle East Fall At Obama's feet", "Obama Finds Iraq On The Map, He Is A Foreign Policy Expert", "Hamas and Hezbollah Have A Picnic With Obama", " Ahmadinejad Adds Obama As His MySpace Friend". Ok, I know I am stretching it a little but the coverage and success of Obama's trip will be much like his Presidential credentials, EXTREMELY exaggerated.

John McCain was in the Middle East recently and the three major networks hardly gave his trip a mention. Odd how McCains trip was backpage news and Obama's trip to the Middle East is being played up like the Second Coming Of Christ. The mainstream media has no limits to its biased liberal reporting. The American people need to wake up and realize that the news media is altering reality, it is reminiscent of Communist State sponsored TV, you are only told what "they" want you to know. The best way to fight back its to turn off ABC, NBC & CBS, do not watch their news or any of their shows. Maybe if their ratings drop even lower than they already are, they will start listening to what the American people want instead of shoving their liberal agendas down our throats...

Thursday, July 17, 2008

McCain Talks To The NAACP And Praises Obama

I am starting to get a little ticked off at John McCain with his "hands-off Obama" attitude. Whenever I hear an interview with John McCain he is usually ends up bashing his fellow Republicans and patting Obama on the back, a very odd strategy. What happened to the "straight talk express"? Many Conservatives are scratching their head's wondering why McCain has passed on the many opportunities he has had to give the American people some "straight talk" about Obama. Yesterday, McCain appeared to talk education at the NAACP in Cincinnati, instead of pointing out the political differences between him and Obama, again McCain was ready with a line of BS, that I am sure the entire crowd at the NAACP could see through.

The headline of this article says it all:

McCain talks education to NAACP, lauds Obama"Don't tell him I said this, but he is an impressive fellow in many ways," McCain said. "He has inspired a great many Americans, some of whom had wrongly believed that a political campaign could hold no purpose or meaning for them."

Nice statement right? I do understand that McCain was in front of a largely black audience and McCains statement was meant to impress but he had nothing at all to gain from this making statement, except the crowd saying "Gee, isn't he nice", its not like they are going to vote for him. McCain needs to stop being so politically correct and get some courage. If McCain does not start pointing out the clear differences between him and Obama on a consistent basis, then the Republicans are going to lose this race for sure. Perhaps, the "Straight Talk Express" should take a detour to the Emerald City, maybe a visit with Wizard will set McCain "straight" .