Saratoga Sunrise



Wait, wait for the moment to come
Stand up, stand up and take my hand
Believe, believe in mystery
Love love love love is simple as 1-2-3

I’m a know-it-all, I’m smartest man around
That’s right, you learn real fast through the smartest girl in town
Here come a riddle, here come a clue
If you were really smart, you’d know what to do

Jump back, sit back, get back, relax
It’s ok
I’ve called in sick I won’t go to
Work today
I’d rather be with the
One I love
I neglect my duties, I be in trouble but

I’ve been to college, I’ve been to school
I’ve met the people that you read about in books
Here come a riddle, here come a clue
If you were really smart you’d know what to do when I say
Jet pilot gone out of control, ship captain on the ground
Stock broker make a bad investment when love has come to town

Where, where is my common sense?
How…did I get in a jam like this?
Believe, I believe in mystery
Love, love love love is simple as 1-2-3

Here come a riddle, here come a clue
If you were really smart, you’d know what to do when I say
Why am I going out of my head, whenever you’re around?
The answer is obvious, love has come to town


Well, shit, I can’t believe I found this! I was at this concert with my brother, Raymond. May he rest in peace.

From ethandeitrich1

Talking Heads – Uh Oh Love Comes To Town (1978-05-10)

56 Responses to “Saratoga Sunrise”

  1. igaveup Says:

    first, a first for me

  2. Katie Says:

    igaveup – Congrats! Now you’ll have to change your screen name 🙂

  3. Katie Says:

    patriotamy Says:
    March 24, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    Katie Says:
    March 24, 2009 at 7:27 pm
    Another woman not afraid to stand up for her beliefs. Articulate and intelligent. WOW, how refreshing!!!
    I really became aware of her as a fierce supporter of Sarah Palin. Wouldn’t THAT be an awesome ticket? Palin for Pres. and Bachmann for VP! Kick a$$!!

  4. igaveup Says:

    yep katie, i don’t know what though

  5. JAC Says:

    dang dang dang….

    I just got recruited for a job….. cake decorating, pie making along with making some of my special recipes 3 days a week…..

    I start tomorrow…..dang the hubby for giving samples of my food to the owner without me knowing…. lol

  6. inspirational1 Says:

    was listening to Hannity on the AM and a lady forgot her name called in and told about the tea party on April 15th..and she has a website said her would review the info and if it sounds ok will post the link on his website.

  7. rosettasister Says:

    JAC Says:
    March 24, 2009 at 10:00 pm

    dang dang dang….


    Cindy, do you know this film?

    Tita is able to express her passions and feelings through her cooking, which causes the people who taste it to experience what she feels.


  8. inspirational1 Says:

    U.S. Rep. Bill Posey
    Suggesting eligibility proof gets congressman scorned
    Faces comments including, ‘Take the Reynolds Wrap off your head’

    ……..Why’d I do this?” Posey wrote on his blog. “Well, for a number of reasons and the more and more I get called names by leftwing activists, partisan hacks and political operatives for doing it, the more and more I think I did the right thing.”

    He said, “I’ve been called some pretty nasty things. That’s fine. But none of these tolerant people actually want to discuss the issue at hand … whether or not a presidential candidate should have to file these documents with the government.

    “I could easily fill up a page listing all the activities an American needs to show their ID for … everything from playing youth soccer to getting a drivers license, buying cigarettes and alcohol, to opening bank accounts and even playing little league. So I was pretty surprised to find out that to run for president, despite the constitutional requirement and the media scrubbing that goes on, it’s not required for a candidate to file these documents when they submit their statement of candidacy with the FEC,” he said.

    Posey comes from a background of reforming elections. In Florida after the 2000 recounts and lawsuits, he worked to offer solutions. So when he arrived in Washington, the questions raised by voters and his investigation of the constitutional demands led him to his suggestion.

    read article at

  9. j.b. Says:


  10. Katie Says:

    j.b. – I saw that on Orly’s blog this morning. I’m becoming so untrusting and jaded that my first thought was they must have had time to complete all the forgeries and are ready to show them to the world. It sure would be encouraging if truth and justice were to prevail, but I won’t get my hopes up.

    JAC – congrats on the news! Hope you enjoy your new job!!

  11. inspirational1 Says:

    thanks J.B

    you know all this talk the other day about bending down and grabbing your ankles was pretty funny… last week my husband was telling me how there schools gave punishment to my son who is homeschooled and he mentioned that they bend down and grab their ankles standing against a wall or interlace their arms around the legs and grab their ears bending down… made me laugh…oh by the way he is from India…and earlier post about Jindal was no reference for or against..I was reading in Megan McCains blog as she has some great music sometimes and saw she wrote an article…

    Interesting terns of events going on…hopefully Orly can pull this off…

  12. j.b. Says:

    I hear ya, inspirational and katie! Funny ’bout your boy, inspir….
    Good luck with your baking, jac. I’m out ~ bbl~

  13. Tenacity Says:

    So what could you cook up and mail out to Colorado…I’m hungry!

    I enjoyed the Megan McCain article about Mrs. Jindal…I’m just tired of the RINOs or should I say CINOs.

    If 60% of the senators and house representatives were like Bachman, we would be in a salvageable situation right now…we might actually have some hope. As it is, we need to support her in every way possible to show that she is the only one really representing We The People. JAC, cook something up and send it to Bachman on me. Seriously, what can we do that would be a strong show of our support for her?

  14. Troy Says:

  15. Katie Says:

    Tenacity – I know Michelle Bachmann doesn’t represent any voters out of her area, but what if we all send her an “atta girl” or a “thank you” letter or email so she knows we appreciate what she’s doing.

    Mark Levin’s new book just came out today and it’s already #1 – that tells you there are a lot more of us than we’re hearing about.

    I couldn’t bring myself to watch The One/I Won but I read Michelle Malkins website and the commenting from her gang was done in real time. It’s a hoot if you need a good laugh! (and who doesn’t?)

  16. Tenacity Says:

    Thanks Katie…and yes Thank you cards/emails are good, but I was thinking something more public like flash lights. The press couldn’t miss telling the story if she received thousands of flash lights with a card about thank you for shining a light on an otherwise dark situation.

  17. CJ Says:

    Oh Rose, nice choice. Saratoga is one of my all time favorite places. Just a super place to enjoy. I love the racetrack, but the town itself is terrific too. We try to go every August, picnic in the paddock area, drink wine and enjoy seeing the best jockey’s and horses in the world up close and personal. Super people watching too. Great time.

  18. j.b. Says:

    Obama skipped over the nation’s top newspapers. Indeed, there were no questions from the NY Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal or USA Today. That might not sit well with the already insecure newspaper industry.

    Pretty sure these are (all) the papers that carried scathing articles about Barry this past weekend. What a Big Baby.
    I look forward to what these scorned and neglected scabs have to write about Big Baby now. ‘Cept not really.

  19. Katie Says:

    Well THIS could get interesting…

    Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. will be meeting with Senator Jon Kyl tomorrow at 12:00pm EST. This was one of the meetings requested in the Letter sent out to the Senators and Congressmen on February 11, 2009.

    Senator Kyl is currently the Senate Minority Whip and serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee.

  20. Tenacity Says:

    Who’da thunk…Today I have 2 heroes to look up to and they are both women. I have a handful of people that I have said were heroes in my 58 years. I do not use the term lightly. Michele Bachmann and Orly Taitz are deserving of my respect. I pray for the safety and Godspeed for both of them.

  21. ddlew Says:

    Justice, Supremes confirm
    getting eligibility challenge

    Taitz documents demanding proof
    of Obama’s birthplace to be reviewed

    Justice, Supremes confirm getting eligibility challenge
    Taitz documents demanding proof of Obama’s birthplace to be reviewed
    Posted: March 24, 2009
    9:29 pm Eastern

    By Bob Unruh
    © 2009 WorldNetDaily

    Orly Taitz
    Orly Taitz

    The U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Justice Department today confirmed that documentation challenging Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president has arrived and soon will be evaluated.

    Confirmation came from, the foundation through which California attorney Orly Taitz has been working on a number of cases that raise questions over Obama’s birth location, and therefore his qualifications to be president under the Constitution’s demand that the office be occupied only by a “natural born” citizen.

    According to the blog, Taitz was informed by Karen Thornton of the Department of Justice that all of the case documents and filings have arrived and have been forwarded to the Office of Solicitor General Elena Kagan, including three dossiers and the Quo Warranto case.

    “Coincidently, after Dr. Taitz called me with that update, she received another call from Officer Giaccino at the Supreme Court,” the posting said. “Officer Giaccino stated both pleadings have been received and being analyzed now.”

    The report from the Supreme Court also said the documents that Taitz hand-delivered to Chief Justice John Roberts at his appearance at the University of Idaho a little over a week ago also were at the Supreme Court.

  22. Tenacity Says:

    Sweet dreams Rose’s Gang

  23. j.b. Says:

    Maybe there’s some HOPE for CHAINS, er, I mean CHANGE afterall.

    GOD BLESS ORLY and the good ole USA.

  24. sdee Says:

    interesting video (linked form Drudge) of a British WEP adressing the EU after Gordon Brown’s speech:

    ”’The devalued Prime Minister of a devalued Government”’

    Another preview of what is to come for America with Bo at the helm.

    Imagine the ensuing feeding frenzy after Bo serves us up on a platter to the G20.

  25. sdee Says:

    I was not sure if anyone posted Bo’s open letter previewing his capitulation to the G20:

    “I know that America bears our share of responsibility for the mess that we all face.

    But I also know that we need not choose between a chaotic and unforgiving capitalism and an oppressive government-run economy. That is a false choice that will not serve our people or any people. This G-20 meeting provides a forum for a new kind of global economic cooperation.”

    “we have an economic, security and moral obligation to extend a hand to countries and people who face the greatest risk.”

  26. JAC Says:

    PUKE!!!!! a post from a kool-aid site
    Praise be Obama !
    For struggle, Solidarity and Socialism! I swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Obama. Our laws and his will, according to him. We will not overthrow the government with violence. We shall stand, remain and be the law of his realm forever. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead for Obama to deliver them from evil

  27. CJ Says:

    JAC: Someone actually wrote this to Obama? Wow, it’s truly worse than I thought. Talk about mind control. Geesh this is terrible to behold and the loons just keep coming. How the heck do you get through to someone like that? Guess you never can. I just hope the real, sane folks out number these types. I have ceased to be amazed or shocked anymore. I lost my mental virginity over the last two years watching Obama rape the country’s values and ethics. Sorry for the graphic language.

  28. JAC Says:


    Yes, I found it at a pro Obama site…. creepy
    Not meant to be a racist remark, but this site is 95% black…
    It just shows the idol worship they have of their “One”

    off to work I go….. just orientation today showing me around…

  29. ddlew2 Says:


    Independently of the constitutional provision, it has always been the doctrine of this country, except as applied to Africans brought here and sold as slaves, and their descendants, that birth within the limits and

    Jurisdiction of the United States of itself creates citizenship. In the case of Lynch v. Clarke (N. Y.) 1 Sandf. Ch. 583, Assistant Vice Chancellor Sandford said that he entertained no doubt that every person bora within the limits and allegiance of the United States, whatever the situation of his parents, was a natural born citizen, and added, that this was the general understanding of the legal profession. In re Look Tin Sing (U. S.) 21 Fed. 905, 909.

    The term “natural born citizen of the United States” means all persons born in the allegiance of the United States. United States v. Rhodes (U. S.) 27 Fed. Cas. 785. 789.

    The natural born subjects of a monarch comprise all persons born in the allegiance of the King. United States v. Rhodes (U. S.) 27 Fed. Cas. 785, 789.

    Every person born -within the United States, its territories or districts, whether ¡ the parents are citizens or aliens, is a natural born citizen, within the sense of the Constitution, and entitled to all the rights and privileges pertaining to that capacity. Town of New Hartford v. Town of Canaan, 5 Atl. SCO, 3(!4, 54 Conn. 39 (citing Rawle, Const. U. S. p. 86). See also. Lynch v. Clarke (N. Y.) 1 Sandf. Ch. 584, 2 Kent, Comni. (9th Ed.): McKay v. Campbell (U. S.) 16 Fed. Cas. 157; i”‘ield, Int Code, 132; Morse, Citizenship, | 203).

    Judicial and statutory definitions of words and phrases By West Publishing Company
    Published: 1904

  30. jjones Says:

    Truly Scary….

    Geithner ‘open’ to China proposal

  31. rosettasister Says:

    Judd Gregg on Hannity last night.

    Bankrupting America? Sen. Judd Gregg breaks down consequences of Obama’s budget

    (There’s also an “Automatically Generated Transcript” which sometimes can be very funny!)

    They’re talking about reconciliation as a means of passing their health care reform cap and trade.

    This is under the consideration in other words for those that don’t understand what that means that.

    They would literally pass this with a simple majority taking away historical powers of the United States said it.

    For a huge power grab you think those records — reconciliation means.

    ” You pass a bill in twenty hours is not allowed to be amended as an up — down vote of 51 votes.

    The whole concept of the — of course the reason we put into our constitutional form structure.

    Who was to have a place where issues were — out when — was debate discussion and then amendments especially on issues of major public policy.

    The reconciliation as the news in the past I’ve supported in the past.

    That’s always been on issues on policies which already exists you know adjusting tax laws adjusting tax rates affecting this program — exist — that program.

    When — taking the entire health system of the United States.

    Restructuring it changing it fundamentally moving it to the left significantly basically nationalizing it for all intents and purposes.

    And you do that hour period without amendment without.

    Without any opportunity basically changes on the floor of the Senate why miners were not have a senate demise of this have a House of Representatives — totally undermines the purposes of the two branches of government.”

  32. rosettasister Says:

    jjones Says:
    March 25, 2009 at 4:52 pm


    Geithner: ‘Quite Open’ to Idea of Global Currency

    March 25, 2009 10:34 AM ET

    Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner says he is “quite open” to a massive reduction in the economic power and influence of the United States.

    O.K, what Geithner actually said earlier today is that he is “quite open” to China’s idea of a global currency system linked to the International Monetary Fund’s Strategic Drawing Rights.

    But it might be pretty much the same thing since the whole point of the embryonic idea is to lessen the influence of the dollar.

    More from Geithner:

    “As I understand it, it’s a proposal designed to increase the use of the IMF’s Special Drawing Rights.

    I am actually quite open to that suggestion …[though it should bee seen as an] evolutionary building on the current architecture rather than moving us to a global monetary union.”

  33. rosettasister Says:

    Stephen Pope, chief global markets strategist for Cantor Fitzgerald

    Pope said another concern for investors was the expected clash in outlooks at next month’s G20 summit. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is attempting to drum up support for a U.S.-led spending increase while European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Joaquin Almunia reminds member states that they have to control their deficits.

    “He is saying ‘for the sake of the euro you have to bring your spending in line’ and that is going to be a thorny issue when the G20 meets, because the British and the Americans will say we have to see spending up, which is diametrically opposed to what is going to come through from the bureaucrats in Europe,” Pope said. “I think there’s going to be a lot of disagreement behind closed doors.”

    Highlighting the issue, Czech prime minister and current president of the EU Mirek Topolanek said Wednesday that the U.S. plans to spend its way out of recession are
    “a way to hell.”
    He said the costs of the stimulus plans and financial bailouts “will undermine the stability of the global financial market.”

  34. Tenacity Says:

    ddlew2 Says:
    March 25, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    I’m not sure what your point is by this post, but the source is not credible. The cases they cite are not about the term NBC, but rather about citizenship in general. They even quote a black activist which, in 1904, would indicate a prejudiced and questionable opinion. The collector of this bogus representation fails to make any distinction between a citizen and a natural born citizen. Donofrio’s most recent writing shows the folly in this thinking and how it would be inadmissible as an argument in court.

  35. rosettasister Says:

    Gordon Brown to Barack Obama:

    “It’s you and me against the world!”


    Video here:

    Czech PM attacks Obama spending

    The Czech prime minister has condemned US President Barack Obama’s economic recovery plans as “a way to hell”.

    Mirek Topolanek was speaking in the European Parliament, in his capacity as current holder of the EU presidency.

    Hours before his remarks, President Obama appealed for all countries to bear the burden of spending to stimulate the world economy.

    Mr Topolanek said the biggest success of last week’s EU summit was its refusal to copy the US example.

    His intervention comes 10 days before the G20 summit meeting in London and coincides with a visit to New York by UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who has called for a “worldwide fiscal and monetary stimulus”.

    Other European leaders, particularly French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, want tougher financial regulation to be the priority of the G20.

    Mr Topolanek, whose government collapsed last night in a Czech parliament vote of no-confidence, said the United States was not taking “the right path”.

    He attacked the US’s growing budget deficit and the “Buy America” campaign, saying “all of these steps, these combinations and permanency is the way to hell”.

    “We need to read the history books and the lessons of history and the biggest success of the (EU) is the refusal to go this way,” he said.

  36. rosettasister Says:

    The (No) News Conference


    I watched the late-night replay, having missed the live event while participating in the NRCC’s dinner honoring Bobby Jindal at the Building Museum.

    Most of the congressmen there were optimistic about their increasing ability to be heard by the voting public, largely because the president’s budget proposals (see below) are both so astonishingly irresponsible and so disconnected from the economic conditions that worry most voters.

    Last night’s press conference telegraphed increasing insecurity on the president’s part about his budget and about his way forward.

    Filibusters are not the tactics of the confident, and the defensiveness throughout the Q-and-A underscores President Obama’s nervousness that large parts of his own party in Congress are revolting from the prospect of this massive lurch towards wild spending in support of half-baked dreams of remaking the country.

  37. zenstorm Says:

    Hi, I think I sent a post last night but maybe it didnt go through. Its hard to re write a post, its never the same the second time around. Oh well, how, about our president…”little boy obama”.

    Hes very sensitive you know. We shouldn’t be so hard on him, his fragile esteem may shatter, and we wouldnt want to do that.

    He was really mad at some media people yesterday, and hes going to make them pay for saying bad things about him.
    Words out that Notre Dame will not receive anymore government funds. Obama is mad at them too.

    The only people Obama likes right now: Oprah, accorn, P Diddy, Oprah, 50 cent, msnbc, Oprah, and sean penn. hes really really mad at everyone else. They all tell big fat lies about him.

    Hes going to come on tv again tonight and tell everyone that everything that is going wrong is bush’s fault. Obama does nothing wrong ever, he never ever makes mistakes and he is saving this country from all the bad people.

    Oh and anyone who does not like obama will be put in camps. Obama only likes people who love and worship him, he wants all people to bow to him.

    hey, this does sound really stupid, but after watching the man speak last night all I can take away from that is he is the most childish, man I have ever seen in such a powerful position. It really scares the living crap out of me…his complete immaturity reminds me of a 10 year old bully, that is really a big baby on the inside. Blaming everyone, and deflecting any honesty that applies to himself. He is dangerously delusional, he is dangerously vindictive in his defensiveness and child-like misplaced anger.
    He only worries what people think of him, that it that all!!! he cares for nothing but himself and public opinion…the more he gets attacked from the media, the more hell act like a trapped rat.

  38. jrh Says:

    Did anyone hear Mark Levin on Rush today? It was a brilliant display of the principles on which this nation is based and on which it must proceed. Mark’s new book “Liberty and Tyranny” will be a good read that I look forward to doing very shortly. Unfortunately I rarely get to hear Mark and I can see I’m obviously missing something. Has anyone read his book yet?

  39. Katie Says:

    To put this in perspective, remember back when the whole Blago story blew up, and we all waited on pins and needles for the usurper’s team to investigate themselves? Weren’t we all relieved to know they checked their records and found out they were in the clear? No improper communications or contacts…no sirree. Right.

    It has tons of research results about the Chicago machine and all the connections to the usurper and his wife.

  40. Katie Says:

    jrh – I believe Levin’s book just came out Monday. #1 on the day of release. That tells you there’s a lot of patriots out there begging for this information. I find that very encouraging.

  41. rosettasister Says:

    Whoever convinced Obama this was the right path should be terminated.


    I found this image at Hugh Hewitt. Please view the image and the article linked below.

    Bush Deficit vs. Obama Deficit in Pictures

    And also Hugh’s commentary:

    Senate Democrats especially have to step up and impose restraint on this scheme. They know it is a recipe for a disaster, and they have to stop it.

  42. Katie Says:

    Holy Smokes! Orly’s sparks are starting to burn brighter – what do you suppose this means?

  43. zenstorm Says:

    Rose, Im sure I wrote an email, I spoke of your brother and how sad that he left this world so young…..sounds like he had many siblings…big Italian family!
    Being Italian, I know how important family is….we have our bouts of battle, but our love is pure.
    Sounds like he had something special in his field…that would be the hardest field to break into and he made it.
    Ive worked quite a bit with communicators to the other side.
    Ive learned so much from native American medicine men/ healers, to many other people with extraordinary gifts. Whenever someone crosses over I always offer my best…they are in a much better place than us, but were here for good reason…… I do have a good story when story time comes around again….Susie

  44. inspirational1 Says:

    60 Days, 64 Mistakes
    What began here (1409 mistakes to go) continues apace. Don Surber updates 52 days, 52 mistakes. This is better than 88 lines about 44 women. The mistakes are far outpacing the days. We may have to start going hourly.
    And these are just the big ones ………… it is almost impossible to visualize how America is going to look after Obama and the socialist Democrats are finished slicing up the country in tiny little pieces. So much evil, so little time.

    So many errors by President Obama, so little time. Maybe he should take a little time off.
    I mean when your present to the British prime minister comes up “wrong region,” well…

    Jules Crittenden is calling it the Special Olympics presidency.


    1. Most expensive inauguration. Ever.
    2. Appointing tax cheat Tim Geithner.
    3. Appointing under investigation Bill Richardson.
    4. Appointing tax cheat Tom Daschle.
    5. Appointing Marc Rich and terrorist pardoning Eric “Nation of Cowards” Holder.
    6. Appointing Janet “Man Caused Disasters” Napolitano.
    7. Appointing Hilda Solis (OK, her husband has the tax liens).
    8. Appointing anti-Semitic Charles Freeman Jr.
    9. Appointing tax cheat Ron Kirk.
    10. Appointing fund-raising cheat Gary Locke.
    11. Appointing under investigation Adolfo Carrion.
    12. Bumping his head on the Marine One helicopter.
    13. Banning offshore oil again.
    14. Funding abortions overseas.
    15. Using the word “crisis” 25 times in a speech, then later complaining that people are too negative about the economy.
    16. Letting Nancy Pelosi write the $787 billion “stimulus’ plan.
    17. Relying on Tim Geithner to explain it.
    18. Putting Joe Biden in charge of making sure the stimulus money is not — wink, wink, nudge, nudge — misspent.
    19. Setting the Oval Office thermostat at 80.
    20. Going to a press conference without a TelePrompTer. I… Uhh… Umm… Could you repeat the question?
    21. Using a TelePrompTer at a press conference. Big boys don’t need training wheels.
    22. Opening a press conference with: “Good evening, everybody. Please be seated. Before I take your questions tonight, I’d like to speak briefly.” 1,228 words later he took his first question.
    23. Ethics waivers.
    24. Going after Rush Limbaugh.
    25. Going after Rick Santelli.
    26. Going after Jim Cramer.
    27. Trying to run the Census out of the White House.
    28. Adopting the motto: “Never waste a good crisis.”
    29. Writing a love letter to Vlad and Dmitry.
    30. Throwing Poland under the bus.
    31. Throwing Tibet under the bus.
    32. Throwing Israel under the bus.
    33. Taking Cuba out from under the bus.
    34. Ticking off Switzerland by having his tax cheat go after the tax cheats in Switzerland. Cognitive dissonance.
    35. Saying: “Karzai has a bunker mentality.”
    36. Reaching out to the Taliban.
    37. Iran has plans to Marine One helicopters.
    38. Explaining his refusal to work with Republicans with the words: “I won.”
    39. Having a BlackBerry that can easily be hacked by the Chinese.
    40. Saying to the people of Peoria: “If Congress passes our plan, this company will be able to rehire some of the folks who were just laid off.” CEO: No. There will be more layoffs.
    41. He gave a gift to the “wrong region” to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
    42. Making the president of Brazil change his meeting so O’Bama could celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
    43. Telling the American people: “You can’t take a trip to Las Vegas or go down to the Super Bowl on the taxpayers’ dime.” Vegas convention bookings nosedive.
    44. Serving $100-a-pound wagyu — on the taxpayers’ dime.
    45. Sending a “reset” button to Russia, presumably to diss the last 70 years of America standing up to communism.
    46. Having the “reset” button say “overcharged.”
    47. Taking a 4-day holiday weekend before signing “emergency” legislation.
    48. Stiffing Chicago for nearly $2 million for that Election Night party.
    49. Telling Caroline Kennedy she would, you know, make, um a good, you know, senator.
    50. Bombing Pakistan.
    51. Sending the bust of Sir Winston Churchill back to the British.
    52. Telling reporters privately: “President Obama has accomplished more in 30 days than any president in modern history.”
    53. Walking into a White House window thinking it was a door.
    54. Signing an order that doctors must perform abortions, in violation of the Hippocratic Oath.
    55. Signing earmarks while denouncing them.
    56. Adding signing statements while denouncing them.
    57. Quadrupling the deficits, while denouncing them.
    58. Considering having the VA charge veterans for service-related injuries.
    59. Thanking himself in a Teleprompter malfunction.
    60. Heckuva job, Tim.
    61. Trade war with Mexico over 97 trucks.
    62. Saying his bowling is “like the Special Olympics.”
    63. Saying he didn’t know the AIG bonuses were included in the bailout package he signed.
    64. Banning the press from covering his acceptance of a press association award.

    UPDATED (Day 63): 65. Skipping the Gridiron Club dinner.

    66. Picking a special economics board to help him in the “emergency” that did not meet.

    UPDATE: How could I omit ….

    67. 900 million to annihilationist movement Hamas

  45. rosettasister Says:

    Update Says A Lot About Obots – Get a Clue, People!


    Many Obama defenders in the comments are claiming that the numbers above do not include spending on Iraq and Afghanistan during the Bush years. They most certainly do.

    While Bush did fund the wars through emergency supplementals (not the regular budget process), that spending did not simply vanish. It is included in the numbers above.

    Also, some Obama defenders are claiming the graphic above represents biased Heritage Foundation numbers.

    While we stand behind the numbers we put out 100%, the numbers, and the graphic itself, above are from the Washington Post.

    We originally left out the link to WaPo. It has been now been added.

  46. ddlew2 Says:

    Yo Ten,

    Not real sure about the point of my post?

    I thought the NBC issue was a major topic discussed here. Oh wait, if there is a possibility this issue has previously been ruled, and it doesn’t jive with what we believe or hope for, then the post (not my personal opinion by the way) is met with resistance?

    I’m just looking for the truth bro. I’m not interested in propping up my interpretation or my hope that the court will interpret to my opinion.

    In fact, I hope that Berg, Taitz, and Donofrio are wrong and that our Constitution was not violated in order to put Obama in office. But until we can get a court, any court, to consider and rule on the issue, I will continue to believe that he is a usurper.

  47. rosettasister Says:

    zenstorm Says:
    March 25, 2009 at 6:11 pm

    Rose, Im sure I wrote an email, I spoke of your brother and how sad that he left this world so young…..sounds like he had many siblings…big Italian family!

    (Susie, I haven’t checked my email lately. I am a very bad girl! Raymond was definitely one of the good guys. I took Bill to meet him at Harvard. Raymond had his own room with a fireplace and a cat in a building I think had been built by the Vanderbilts. I could be wrong about that. But what a setting! And I got the thumbs up on Bill. Bill loved Raymond, everybody did. One of his last acquisitions was the Fight Club. And if you can sit through the movie I believe they have one of those “In Memory of ..” mentions at the end. I’ll write that true story someday.)

    I do have a good story when story time comes around again….Susie

    (Susie, why not go ahead and write it in a Word Document and send as an attachment. There may be some issues as I have an older version of Word, but we’ll cross that bridge later. And no rush, but if it’s okay with you I can put up as a new post. I probably won’t get a chance to look at it until Saturday. Bill and I are having some people over to discuss a new business venture so I’ll be busy with that through Friday night.)

  48. rosettasister Says:

    The Toxic Assets We Elected

    By George F. Will
    Tuesday, March 24, 2009; A13

    Jefferson warned that “great innovations should not be forced on slender majorities.”

    But Democrats, who trace their party’s pedigree to Jefferson, are contemplating using “reconciliation” — a legislative maneuver abused by both parties to severely truncate debate and limit the minority’s right to resist — to impose vast and controversial changes on the 17 percent of the economy that is health care.

    When the Congressional Budget Office announced that the president’s budget underestimates by $2.3 trillion the likely deficits

    over the next decade, his budget director, Peter Orszag, said:

    All long-range budget forecasts are notoriously unreliable — so rely on ours.

    This is but a partial list of recent lawlessness, situational constitutionalism and institutional derangement.

    Such political malfeasance is pertinent to the financial meltdown as the administration, desperately seeking confidence, tries to stabilize the economy by vastly enlarging government’s role in it.

  49. rosettasister Says:


  50. Tenacity Says:

    I have seen writings from the Harvard Law Review that made a similar representation. There are certainly varying opinions based on the desired spin. When you posted that without comment, I didn’t know if you were looking for someone to contest it or if you thought it was accurate. I once read in a top 1927 medical journal that masturbation could lead to death. Now we have a 1904 National Report System document representing that there is no distinction between a citizen and a natural born citizen. Both bogus concepts but seem to be from authoritative sources. Even if the SCOTUS ruled that Oblowme was a natural born citizen even though there is no way in hell, it might validate his actions as POTUS, but wouldn’t convince me that he is an NBC as intended in the U.S. Constitution. What it would convince me of is that a majority of our Justices are on the take and need to be impeached and removed.

  51. CJ Says:

    Rose: Geithner either is a complete idiot or he has let the cat out of the bag. His statement today was shameful and irresponsible. The market dived and the dollar got smacked. Luckily, the market came back due to some good news about mortgage refis etc. They are not going to stop until a block of concrete hits them in the face. The faster the better, creating chaos as they go, is their motto ala Alinsky methodology. Something good needs to happen for our side quickly too. Wait until HR1388 and the national service requirement plan hits the radar of the general public. Honestly, I hope people are finally waking up. I can’t gauge the mood of the general public accurately because I’ve cut myself off from the msm and anything Obama and cohorts spit out. I get my info from sites like this. Someone said he is still 60% plus popularity. How can this be?????

  52. Tenacity Says:

    The polls I’ve heard are right at 50/50 and sinking rapidly. Anything different from that is probably skewed propaganda. I believe people are waking up. We need about 20 percent ready to act responsibly and powerfully.

  53. ddlew2 Says:

    Do you remember when Joe Biden remarked that Dick Cheney left Obama’s birth certificate in his desk drawer for the new administration?

    Well I got to thinking about that comment. In what was supposed to be interpretted as an attempt at humor by the media and the public; could he not have been reminding Cheney to keep his mouth shut in criticizing the current administration as Cheney did the week before? After all, in the same week former President Bush refused to comment on the decisions the current administration is making.

    Is there something going on here? Was some sort of deal made between the previous administration and Obama’s administration to keep quiet about things known about the other by each team?

    We know that Joe Biden has a penchant for saying things he shouldn’t say; so why wouldn’t he be capable of publically sending a private message on something that should have been kept close to the vest at all times?

    I’m beginning to think that there just might be a standing agreement going on here and Biden made mention, publically, of something that he shouldn’t have.


  54. rosettasister Says:

    I like to stick with one poll and look at the change over time. And this link shows the history as well.


    Approve 56

    Disapprove 43


    Approve 65

    Disapprove 30

    This tells me that approx. 13% of our population has changed its mind since inauguration day. If I were sitting in the Oval Office, these numbers would speak something to me. Something … anything!

  55. patriotamy Says:

    John Rich sang this today on Glenn Beck. Has great words.
    JUST THE TRUTH.,2933,510607,00.html

  56. rosettasister Says:

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