November 21, 2009
This is it!
They’re going to ram health care down our throats while they think they have a chance.
Pray pray pray!
Then call your senators.
Click here for more info on what’s going this weekend with Obama Death care!
October 7, 2009
Dear Congressman Tonko:
When you were an assemblyman you were one of the best. Whenever there was an issue facing the city of Schenectady you always took the lead and spoke out on behalf of those in need.
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That’s the kind of Congressman we know you are too. That’s why we’re praying you’ll vote no to all this health care takeover insanity that has everyone so afraid.
Yes we need reform but this is too much too fast. Let’s start with allowing companies to sell across state lines. Or how how about keeping down insanely high hospital costs, ($100 for an Advil?) and frivolous lawsuits.
Thank you for reading this, you and your family are in our prayers.
October 2, 2009
Let’s just admit the truth. The far left liberal fringe media is correct. We are all racists.
That’s why we conservatives disagree with President Obama so much. It’s because we’re racist.
It has nothing to do with health care reform. And how out of nowhere a 900 page bill appeared with so much material no one could read or understand it. That wasn’t the problem.
And we were not at all concerned about our president going on a whirlwind apology tour in front of our enemies. No one cared about Obama saying we weren’t really a Christian nation. That wasn’t the problem.
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No one was upset about the president wanting to undo all the protective measures installed by the Bush administration. Even though for the first time it appears they really are working.
We really didn’t care about what Obama does to the CIA. It doesn’t matter how that looks to our enemies. We’re racists.
You see it’s not the fact that Obama is half African American that’s the problem. Most Americans are so upset they forget how dark his skin is.
Our president is also half white. He’s a stuck up white smug ivy league attitude graduate with a superiority complex. That’s what angers people.
That’s the problem!
September 17, 2009
CBS, ABC, NBC,PBS,NPR,CNN, MSNBC, and The New York Times have all been in the pocket of mainline democrats for the longest time. Their ratings have sunk through the floor as Americans look to Fox and the internet for their news.
After a while this got me thinking. It’s not just the democrats, more specifically it’s the Pelosi/Reid wing of the democratic party that’s in with the media. They’re the one’s who got Obama elected and they’re the one’s trying to get his agenda slammed down everyone’s throats.
If you think about it, how else could a community organizer Chicago politics thug with little experience on the national scene successfully take on the Clinton star maker machine and win the nomination unless they had the media fully behind them.
And then it wasn’t enough to defeat McCain and Palin. They had to run Palin out of office as well. But even that hasn’t stopped the governor. The more they try to keep her quiet the louder she becomes.
Now it’s all coming back to haunt them. When they tried to make town hall protesters and tea party goers look like thugs it backfired. The people saw right through the lies. They ignored the “Fringe” press and turned to bloggers like “Gateway Pundit” instead.
Our day of reckoning is here. Boycott the fringe media and don’t let up on your congressmen and senators. Let them know where you stand.
It’s payback time folks!
September 14, 2009
We have a selective memory in this country. This is why we need to be reminded of a few things over and over.
For example despite the fact that most Americans believe in God we have to be careful not to offend the few who don’t. We forget the infamous phrase “Separation of church and state” is not even in the Constitution.
And just because of one isolated Supreme Court case every woman now has the right to kill off her preborn baby anytime she wants. A fact the woman involved in the case now deeply regrets.
So now even though most Americans have access to health care we have to create a giant new monster government program for the few who don’t. All that’s needed are few common sense solutions. These were the papers the Republicans were waving during the president’s lecture last week.
Meanwhile what about in 2005 when it wasn’t one congressman speaking out, it was almost half the chamber booing president Bush? No one said a word about that. Yet another case of selective memory.
September 12, 2009
There’s a good reason why Governor Palin scares the spit out of the liberals. Take a look at her response to the Obama Care speech. She said more in two paragraphs than Obama did the whole night.
“After all the rhetoric is put aside, one principle ran through President Obama’s speech tonight: “
“that increased government involvement in health care can solve its problems.”
(“Oh my gosh, JR is that a metal chair?”)
“Many Americans fundamentally disagree with this idea.”
(“OW! I felt that up here!”)
“We know from long experience that the creation of a massive new bureaucracy will not provide us with “more stability and security,””
(“She’s up on the ropes!”)
“but just the opposite.”
(“Oh! What a take down by Palin!”)
“It’s hard to believe the President when he says that this time he and his team of bureaucrats”
(“She’s going for her finishing move!”)
“have finally figured out how to do things right”
(“There it is!”)
“if only we’ll take them at their word.”
Ding ding ding!)
(“Here’s your winner! Governor Sarah Palin!”)
You said it Governor, “It’s hard to believe the President when he says that this time he and his team of bureaucrats have finally figured out how to do things right if only we’ll take them at their word.”
September 9, 2009
It certainly isn’t the best of times but at least it isn’t the worst either.
This is not a tale of two cities. It’s a tale of two congressional districts, near Albany New York, and how Town Halls are run in each of them.
Then there’s his neighbor to the north Scott Murphy,(D-NY20) who toured his district like a rock star. He even did two town halls on labor day.
Why do these two men take such an opposite strategy when doing their required Town Hall Meetings? I suspect it has more to do with Democrats pulling the strings in Washington than their personalities. After all Paul Tonko can afford to hide in his deep blue “yellow dog” Democratic District. But Scott Murphy may face a very hard rematch in 2010 against Republican challenger Jim Tedisco. So he pounds the pavement during the summer while Tonko can afford to hide.
To make matters worse The Times Union is fawning at Scott Murphy’s every move.
Murphy, D-Glens Falls, said he’d never seen so many signs. His calm demeanor helped keep the crowd from disintegrating into a shouting match. A few couldn’t keep their emotions in check and disrupted Murphy’s analysis of a House bill, H.R. 3200, which attempts to address the problem of more than 40 million uninsured Americans while holding the line on escalating health care costs.
Murphy voiced support for additional options for health insurance. He said he favors a “value-based pricing” model of health care delivery rather than the current “transaction model” that forces physicians to rush patients through an assembly-line system to boost reimbursements. He spoke like the former venture capitalist and small business owner he is.
Oh please, spare us. Perhaps the best thing about this tale is, now that Congress will be back in session, it’s finally over.