I’m No Romeo


















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97 Responses to “I’m No Romeo”

  1. ryansgrammy Says:

    Hopefully everyone was/is able to attend a tea party! I attended one this am in Newport News VA with my daughter, son-in-law and grandson– in the cold and drizzle. It was well attended and everyone had a good time. Some of the signs were great. Several ladies had tea bags for earrings. This is just the beginning. Everyone was livid about the Homeland Security report.

  2. Troy Says:

    check this out

  3. jjones Says:

    I made it to the TEA party here in Huntsville….about 2500 in the crowd

  4. Katie Says:

    Denver had over 5000! In a word…AWESOME!!

  5. Troy Says:


  6. jrinNC Says:

    Just got back from our tea party here in New Bern NC. Was very proud of our small town as there were probably a little over 2000 people there. I’m in the video twice and toward the last showing my sign front and back. Had several speakers including one from the John Locke Foundation.


  7. JAC Says:

    lol ……After my tea party was over…. I walked in the court house and had a little talk with the mayor…..
    I told him if he wanted my support in the next election I expected his support in changing the wrongs at the State level…

  8. sdee Says:

    just back from the one in Raleigh JR. I’m not so good at estimating crowd sizes but it was in the thousands. People get it – they see what is going on – long passed afraid and well into pissed off.

    So I’m planning to head to DC for the fireworks on the 4th. Uncle Sam has a major firework display in Mount Rushmore too.

    Why sweat the planing and permitting. Let the federales throw our next party for us! Millions – not thousands.

  9. hockeyfan530 Says:

    just back from the one in st louis. it was a good time. The one thing i thought was unbelievable….There was absolutely NO police present! No need. For a bunch of “right wing extremists” it was very polite and calm! Did anyone else feel as if they were a part of history? I felt as if this is something i can tell my children and grandchildren (eventually)….i was one of those that said NO MORE govt. BS!

  10. Fernley Girl Says:

    Seems CNN thinks the tea parties are all about them:

    Their stupidity is astounding.

  11. sdee Says:

    that CNN reporter also seems to think it is her duty to mock and denigrate an American father and his two year-old on national TV – isn’t she a hard hitting journalist!

    She is the poster child for this revolution – trying to convince the guy he should be thankful that Obama returned him a few crumbs after robbing him of his own loaf.

  12. hockeyfan530 Says:

    Wow fern,
    that is crazy, Like i said….there was not 1 police officer at the st louis rally and this woman acts as if she’s in danger! These people are blantanly stupid. I asked my buddy on the drive home…when are these people going to realize they are being lied to by the MSM and the current admin!? It is so obvious. This video is proof of that.

  13. Troy Says:

    Fernley Girl Says:

    April 16, 2009 at 2:22 am
    Seems CNN thinks the tea parties are all about them:

    Their stupidity is astounding.
    CNN = Crap News Network

    LOL….I was watching coverage of a Tea Party on Fox and in the crowd they clearly showed a poster/placard that said, “CNN SUCKS”….Hehehe
    I think Fox got in the last punch in that fight. 😀

  14. JAC Says:


    lol you should go to FOX news and read the comments…
    The libs are in a tissy….. trying to say that Fox is lying about the number of people at the partys.. etc….
    They are out in force trying to discredit the good day we had…..

  15. sdee Says:

    the video – the discrediting – all good signs JAC, they are getting nervous or just don’t get it. But these Chicagoland thugs and their minions do not give up. The challenge now will be to keep this alive and growing.

  16. Troy Says:

    JAC Says:

    April 16, 2009 at 2:42 am

    lol you should go to FOX news and read the comments…
    The libs are in a tissy….. trying to say that Fox is lying about the number of people at the partys.. etc….
    They are out in force trying to discredit the good day we had…..
    I hope all the trolls enjoyed getting “teabagged” today!!! 😀

  17. sdee Says:

    was reading a short history of the “Don’t tread on me” flag (Gadsden Flag). Closer to home today than I’d even thought……

    “The snake symbol came in handy ten years later, when Americans were again uniting against a common enemy.

    In 1765 the common enemy was the Stamp Act. The British decided that they needed more control over the colonies, and more importantly, they needed more money from the colonies. The Crown was loaded with debt from the French and Indian War.

    Why shouldn’t the Americans — “children planted by our care, nourished by our indulgence,” as Charles Townshend of the House of Commons put it — pay off England’s debt?

    Colonel Isaac Barre, who had fought in the French and Indian War, responded that the colonies hadn’t been planted by the care of the British government, they’d been established by people fleeing it. And the British government hadn’t nourished the colonies, they’d flourished despite what the British government did and didn’t do.

    In this speech, Barre referred to the colonists as “sons of liberty.”

    In the following months and years, as we know, the Sons of Liberty became increasingly resentful of English interference. And as the tides of American public opinion moved closer and closer to rebellion, Franklin’s disjointed snake continued to be used as symbol of American unity, and American independence.”

    rest is here:

  18. Troy Says:

    Very interesting


  19. Tenacity Says:

    One of the organizers in Denver report 7,000+, but Denver PD analyzing from a high mounted camera estimated 10,000 at the Capital in Colorado.

  20. j.b. Says:

    I had a great time today, too! I went to TWO parties and saw NO police, either. The larger of the two, there were reports of 2-3000 people there. All calm, civil, polite and vocal. What a day. I still feel a bit “high” and have watched Beck and am now watching Hannity. Damn! 20,000 est. in Atlanta! I am GOING to D.C in JULY!

    I bought a Flip Cam yesteday and took some video. It is very hard to do when you are holding up a Union Jack, Don’t Tread On Me Flag on a 5 foot (?) pole! Funny story, a “reporter” from MSU asked me if I was a Sarah Palin impersonator!?! lol! My son called me Sarah the rest of the day. 🙂 I’lll share video as soon as I figger out how……..:)

    That David Shuster and Cnn Hack videos are disgusting and such a great example of what we are dealing with in the “media”. What miserable beings to have to denegrate themselves to attempt to disparage US. HA! Joke’s on THEM! We WON! More to come, too! Imagine a grass roots effort SO BIG. SO successful and we did not even have a Move Over You Stink Group with millions to back us up!

  21. Tenacity Says:

    Get this line up of speakers for our April 19th Conference in Denver:
    A Conference for We The People of Colorado at Embassy Suites Denver Tech Center from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
    Eustace Mullens – Secrets of the Federal Reserve
    Gary Fielder – Gig Is Up
    Red Beckman – The Law That Never Was
    Frank Kowalik – IRS Humbug
    Your’s Truly – Committees of Safety & Honest Money Legislation
    David Justice – Continental Congress 2009
    Jeremy Trudell – Open Currency
    Kevin Tebedo – Sovereign Citizenship
    Randy Gariss – Possible Problems with Gold backed currency
    Plus 4 other outstanding speakers.

    I’m pumped!

  22. Fernley Girl Says:

    I am sooo jealous! I wish I was close enough to go. Any possibility someone can make a video of the speakers at the conference? I’d gladly pay for a copy of the speeches on a CD.

  23. j.b. Says:

    Okay, it really is time to contact SPONSERS! Seriously.

    I’ll tell you whut, it sure felt good to CANCEL HBO after the Maher comment about our US Soldiers “raping themselves”. We have to take action to make a difference.
    Who ‘s with me?

    Ten, kudos on being a part of that there conference!

  24. hockeyfan530 Says:

    st louis tea party estimated 10,000…It was awesome

  25. sdee Says:

    Scipio follows up with names and faces to go with Sister Janet’s domestic terrorist report:

  26. Tucker82254 Says:

    Went to the Atlanta Tea Party. 10,000 to 15,000. Felt wonderful to be along side of so many patriots there.

  27. Katie Says:

    Tenacity Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 4:25 am

    One of the organizers in Denver report 7,000+, but Denver PD analyzing from a high mounted camera estimated 10,000 at the Capital in Colorado.
    Hi Tenacity! I looked for you but the crowd was so much bigger than I expected – too COOL!

    Do you have a link for this info. or a picture from above? Local coverage is tepid at best. No surprise there…

  28. Troy Says:

    Here is the rest of what the CNN pricks didn’t show you.

  29. LadyTexan Says:

    Great video Troy….. CNN does suck!!

  30. Katie Says:

    Find your city – spread this around. This site has over ONE HUNDRED video clips from events around the country. (And also a lot of good articles about Obamas corruption)


  31. Katie Says:

    I am LOVIN’ the CNN story. Think about it. Hundreds of thousands of people across America just participated in a newsworthy event. Hundreds of thousands more drove past all the events, honking their horns, waving at protesters.

    They run home to turn on the news, and find out how lame the media coverage is, or how twisted the reports are.

    More people will see what we already know about the MSM than ever before. I personally think they just drove the final nails in their coffin.

    Was FOX over the top in their coverage? From a journalistic standpoint, yes. But the reason they have more viewers than CNN and MSNBC combined tells you something, and they know a story that is good for business when they see it.

  32. ryansgrammy Says:

    Tucker — is the 82254 your birthdate??? Just curious, if it is, you are one day younger than me! Watched Sean in Atlanta — it was great! I hope July 4 has 10 million people in attendance.

  33. Tuki Says:

    “Tuki” in the memory of and the spirit of my dad…Decided on this nickname of my father cause my dad was furious about communism in Russia, and would roll over in his grave if he knew what was happening in our United States!

    I Headed to a tea party after work last night in Laurens, SC – then found it that it was held the 13th! But my husband and I are attending one in Spartanburg, SC tonight and in Greenville, SC, tomorrow night!

    So awesome is the Spirit of real America!
    Thank you all over the last several months for your links and encouragemt!

  34. rosettasister Says:

    Good morning, America! How are you?!

    Local article on Phoenix rally.

    I did take some pics. If any turned out well will post later.

    Some might appreciate this little tidbit.

    The crowd was very polite which was very encouraging. Pretty much what I expected except more people.

    I don’t believe the organizers expected so many. The line for the port-a-potties was long!

    And the sound system was inadequate. I couldn’t hear the speakers.

    No one seemed to mind.

    So I just roamed around taking pics.

    And I overheard a couple of guys chuckling about a sign they’d just seen.

    “Teabag Obama!”

    I had a sheepish grin on my face and pretended I didn’t know what it meant.


    Anti-tax ‘tea party’ at Capitol draws 5,000

    Protesters at Capitol event, one of 18 in Arizona, blast bailouts, spending


    But Gilbert resident Craig Coffman, 54, said the gathering was for regular people with legitimate concerns about a government that they believe is growing too big, too powerful.

    “I’m not a radical,” said Coffman, a music director who teaches piano classes. “I’ve never been to a protest in my life. I’m just shocked at what the government has done in the last three months.”

  35. hockeyfan530 Says:

    where is Orly’s site these days? Not sure what’s going on with Orly

  36. rosettasister Says:

    hockeyfan530 Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 4:04 pm

    where is Orly’s site these days? Not sure what’s going on with Orly


    Hi, fan! We had a discussion on this a few posts back.

    Will find her new website and repost.


  37. rosettasister Says:

    I heard Mark Levin refer to CNN as “the state-controlled media.”

    I wonder if these people will ever see themselves for the hypocrites that they are.

    Another local story.

    Good pic with a good message – “Your children will owe it!”


    Tea Party draws thousands protesting taxes


    … was joined by others that packed into the Capitol Mall to hear like-minded calls for limited government by speakers ranging from Arizona Congressman John Shadegg to Goldwater Institute attorney Clint Bolick, whose cry the “counterinsurgency starts tonight,” drew one of many raucous applauses.

    “I’m a little guy; I’m a one-man band,” said independent t-shirt vendor Brian Bramer, who said he fled Glendale in favor of Tonopah after the city of Glendale imposed a tax to fund the Arizona Cardinals’ football stadium. “I can’t pay for that.”

    The crowd size was difficult to estimate. Organizers had predicted 2,000 would attend, but some people were saying as many as 8,000 stopped by during the three-hour rally at the Capitol.

    (That 8,000 figure wouldn’t surprise me all told. As there was a constant flow of people in and out.)

  38. j.b. Says:

    After watching Redeye last night, I have decided to embrace Anderson Cooper’s Coming Out Of The Closet (why or how else would he know that you can’t talk while “teabagging”?) and send him a CONGRATULATIONS, ANDERSON card!
    I’m serious. Goin’ to get the address now………………:)

    I’ve ALWAYS suspected Anderson Cooper to be gay. NTTAWWT.

  39. rosettasister Says:

    j.b. Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 4:34 pm

    After watching Redeye last night, I have decided to embrace Anderson Cooper’s Coming Out Of The Closet


    See, I’m not always the last one to know!

  40. rosettasister Says:

    I believe this is Orly’s new site.

    Would appreciate any updates.


  41. j.b. Says:

    The State Police here in Michigan have estimated that there were 5,000 people according to their overhead count via helicopter. I really had no idea. Some guy asked me on the way out, how many I thought were there. I said, “1200”. My son said, “2 to 3000”. The stranger responded, “800, max”. Pretty sure he was with the local paper…….

    I remain “touched” by an elderly man (75 or 80) who approached me to ask: if he could buy a flag from me. I had purchased a few dozen to pass around and had not gotten to that part yet. I said, “PLease, take one”. He then looked at me, and I get choked up typing this, the pain in his eyes was palpable. He said, “My wife told me to get out and do something…….I don’t know what to do…….I am scared and I don’t recognise MY Country anymore”.

  42. rosettasister Says:

    j.b. Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    He said, “My wife told me to get out and do something…….I don’t know what to do…….I am scared and I don’t recognise MY Country anymore”.


    Thank you for sharing that, j.b.

  43. rosettasister Says:

    DHS Thinks Constitutionalists are Extremists


    (Cartoon) – Profiling OK Now?


  44. rosettasister Says:

    Apologies if already posted:

    CNN beclowns itself


  45. rosettasister Says:

    The Most Busted Name In News: Susan Roesgen Brands CNN



    It is indeed wrong and offensive to make comparisons of the president to Hitler, just as it was to do the same to President Bush, though I don’t recall ever seeing a CNN reporter object to those outrages or call out such a protester.

    By all means send me a link to such an exchange and I will post it as an update.

    Bush was in office for eight years, and Obama for three months, so I expect that there must be at least 32 instances of a CNN “reporter” challenging an anti-Bush demonstrator on the offensiveness of their displays.

    It was extremely unprofessional for “reporter” Roesgen to attempt to brand the tea parties by reference to that particular guy, but it got worse when Roesgen interrupts and hectors the participant she called on to explain his views, and then, clearly flustered, to brand the tea parties as the product of the “right wing Fox News” or to seek sympathy from the audience by calling the assembly “anti-CNN” and “not fit for family viewing.”

    I played the audio a number of times on my show yesterday because it is at once so hilarious and also so damningly revealing about Roesgen’s politics and utter lack of professionalism.
    She’s an Obama-Pelosi apologist, and after yesterday’s fit, she’ll never be anything but that.

    Get her a show on MSNBC with the other Obama apologists, but how can CNN continue to treat her as a “reporter?”

    The veil dropped and the public got all the confirmation it will ever need: She’s a lefty pretending to be an “objective” journalist, Olberman in a skirt.

    CNN can’t unbake that cake.

  46. j.b. Says:


    So here’s a picture of me taking a picture of the crowd. I held that flag up for about 3 hours total yesterday. I can sure feel it today. Sucks feelin’ old. My son, Alex, is next to me.

  47. ryansgrammy Says:

    Couldn’t resist posting this other story on the Townhall blog that caught my attention regarding the generosity of the VP. http://townhall.com/blog/g/7d06e411-d631-48b7-8c28-f9f459e951f5

  48. Katie Says:

    Orly Taitz’s new site is actually http://www.repubx.com/

  49. ryansgrammy Says:

    Saw this on CFP and it sums up how I feel after attending my first “protest” in my 54 years. I was a great day and very uplifting to stand side-by-side with hundreds of other like-minded Americans and take our first steps to take back America. http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/10268

  50. Naughtybird Says:

    Hi Rose…UPDATE!
    Orly’s new site is http://repubx.com/

    Lisa’s site is http://defendourfreedoms.net
    Orly has sent a Cease and Desist letter to Lisa Ostella, advising her to stop operating DefendOur Freedoms sites and to stop using her pictures and posts and writing posts under the name defend Our Freedoms foundation. The foundation is registered under Orly’s name.

  51. rosettasister Says:

    j.b. Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 5:08 pm


    Which picture, j.b.?

    10 of 14?

  52. rosettasister Says:

    Katie Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 5:29 pm

    Orly Taitz’s new site is actually http://www.repubx.com/


    Thanks, Katie!

  53. rosettasister Says:

    I am filing this away for future reference as I feel it’s very important. I understand Mr. Hewitt’s frustration. He asks a good question. Do we have a moral obligation to alleviate the suffering in Darfur, for example, if that means regime change?

    I do blame the left. Their unceasing criticism of “Bush’s War” has left us rather emasculated, IMO.

    And we seem less powerful to act.

    Truth is we are just war-weary and have to concentrate the scarce resources we still have on Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Had the economy been this bad in 2003, we never would have gone into Iraq and Saddam Hussein would be alive and well and a real menace.

    And you know the cynic in me still believes some on the left would like to spend us into oblivion precisely to keep our military on a short leash.

    BTW, I did support both Clinton in Kosovo and Bush in Iraq.


    Nicholas Kristof With Hugh Hewitt

    Listen here:

    Hugh conducts an extended interview with New York Times columnist and author Nicholas Kristof about humanitarian crises around the world, and when the appropriate time for military intervention is.

    [audio src="http://ht.salemweb.net/townhall/audio/mp3/6e7e306a-1f61-4d3f-85f8-cbbc8a23642f.mp3" /]


    New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and Hugh debate humanitarian hotspots around the world, and when it’s time to intervene.



    HH: What is that set of circumstances that ought to be public and acknowledged and understood and internalized by Obama and all of his people that they know they will act if the following situation arises?

    What is that trip wire? Is it a body count?

    NK: No, I mean, there are a few things we can do.

    There’s some work looking at early warnings on genocide, because in general, there have been rumblings in various situations, and it’s keeping an eye on them, it’s sending a warning to leaders that they’re not going to benefit.

    I think that in Eastern Congo, for example, there has been more pressure on Rwanda, and more embarrassment about Rwanda supporting warlords in Eastern Congo, and that that was one reason why Rwanda has backed off a little bit there.

    But at the end of the day, President Clinton didn’t do anything about Rwanda on his watch, because he thought that politically, it was in his interest not to get involved.

    And I think that what fundamentally has to change isn’t so much a technical question of a trip wire to lead to action, but it’s political.

    It’s a sense that Americans want their leaders to show some true moral leadership, and that when people are being slaughtered, and we can intervene without some enormous cost, then we want our leaders to do that.

    (“intervene without some enormous cost”??? Impossible!)

    And I mean, that was why, and Clinton did intervene in Kosovo, because it wasn’t that he thought this was so much the right thing to do, it was because he was being savaged in the news media, and by the public for not intervening.

    And finally, he was pushed to do it. And we saved a lot of lives there.

  54. j.b. Says:

    rosettasister Says:

    April 16, 2009 at 5:45 pm
    j.b. Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 5:08 pm


    Which picture, j.b.?

    10 of 14?

    Oops! Yes. 🙂 (red jacket, big flag)

    Still trying to get to youtube and download the little bit I was able to record yesterday.

  55. rosettasister Says:

    j.b. Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 6:09 pm

    Great pic! Great flag! Great signage!

    But most importantly, a great mother and her son!

    Can’t really get a good look at you, though.

    Alex is dreamy!

    My son is very handsome, too!

  56. j.b. Says:

    Aw, thanks! Our signage was mysteriously missing from that photo, as was DK. DK is Alex’s GF and a teeny, tiny, little thing and she was holding TWO BIG SIGNS, back to back. She had moved away for a few, to get a better look toward the steps of the capitol. Alex must have put his down for a respite. We eventually moved to the top of the staiirs at the entrance to the Capitol…..so glad we did that. Got a close up of Joe The Plumber. 🙂 Seems like a nice enough guy. He was totally harassed by media and fans. I opted not to participate in that. Too busy dancing with my flag on the steps of the Capitol! Well, not with my flag……..ykwim.

  57. rosettasister Says:

    This is the New York Times article mentioned in the podcast posted above.

    Bear in mind any decrease in charitable giving caused by Obama’s proposal to Cut Tax Deductions for Charitable Gifts.


    At Stake Are More Than Banks



    I’m just back from Haiti and the Dominican Republic where I saw the impact of the crisis firsthand. In the Haitian slum of Cité Soleil, ravenous children tore at some corncobs that my guide had brought; it was their first food that day.

    In a slum hospital, where admissions for malnutrition have doubled since September, I met a woman who used to sell shoes on the street. Shoe sales dropped with the sagging economy, so the woman was forced to use her sales revenue to buy food for her child instead of to replace inventory. Now she has no more merchandise to sell, no food to eat and the child she cradled was half dead with starvation.

    Ann Veneman, the executive director of Unicef, says that reports coming in from the field suggest that malnutrition rates are rising.

    “If you have prolonged malnutrition in kids, it will have a long-term impact on cognitive abilities,” she said. “It impacts your ability to learn in school and to earn as an adult.”

    Impoverished parents in developing countries often try to keep their sons alive in famines by taking food from their daughters, so mortality is disproportionately female. The United Nations Development Program says that in some countries, the increase in child mortality during an economic downturn is five times higher for girls than for boys.

  58. j.b. Says:

    Check out the fantastic pics and signage here (even one about the BC);

    Also, Pamela Geller was on Redeye last night and the episode is on there, sans commercials. She did pretty well for her first time. It ain’t as easy as it looks. Those guys are fast and furious with the wit and commentary!
    I love, love, love Andy Levy. I am not alone.
    (don’t tell Beck, please)

    Oh, oh, oh, Troy, I meant to thank you for that video of the Brit singing. Wow, that video has blown up on the web. Last I heard, it had been seen 16 million times! What a voice! What a woman!

  59. rosettasister Says:

    Republicans and the Tea Parties

    The U.S. went 15 years without a federal tax increase.



    The open question is whether Republicans will be boosted by the nascent tea-party movement. House Republicans smartly offered a proposed spending plan this year that would freeze nondefense discretionary spending, suspend earmarks for five years, and reform entitlements. But cutting spending won’t be enough. Taxes matter — and will matter more in the coming years.

    The 2009 Tax Foundation survey found that Americans believe that taxes should, on average, take just 15.6% of a person’s wages. And 88% of Americans in the same poll believe that there should be a cap on all federal, state, and local taxes of 29% or less — there is still a constituency out there that will favor tax cutting politicians.

    But to tap into that constituency Republicans will have to link lower taxes to money in voters’ pockets, and economic growth and jobs. They must explain why the GOP approach will lead to greater prosperity. Such arguments are not self-executing. They require leaders to make them, time and again, as Reagan once did.

    Some liberals believe that the recession has made tax-and-spend issues passé. But political movements are often a reaction against aggressive overreach by those in power. Mr. Obama’s response to the financial crisis — a government power grab and budget explosion — has put spending and taxes back on the front burner. The tea parties are an early manifestation of that. More is sure to follow.

  60. rosettasister Says:

    bbl, good people!

  61. NEConservative Says:

    I’m Lt. Mike Heckelman, newest Obama brownshirt:


    Mike Heckelman Lieutenant MHeckelman@caps.usc.edu


  62. NEConservative Says:



  63. NEConservative Says:

    Mike Heckelman Lieutenant MHeckelman@caps.usc.edu

  64. JAC Says:

    lol. you know while at the tea party yesterday we all tried to call the state house… the majority didn’t get an answer and the calls that did…when it was mentioned we were calling from a Tea Party they hung up on us…..

  65. sdee Says:

    Any one else see this? It is the Left Wing Extremeist report.


    I am just picturing that DHS brainstoming session……
    “So, if we create a left wing cyber security “crisis”, it will provide the cover we need to insert DHS monitoring software onto all the Internet access servers. Should make spying on all those extremists a piece of cake, huh? Now, if only we could find a way to classify everyone in America who disagrees with us, an extremist…hmmmm…. I have an idea – lets put out a Right Wing Extremist Report”

    “Brilliant ,just brilliant. The rubes will never notice”

  66. rosettasister Says:

    Naughtybird Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 5:45 pm


    Thanks, Naughtybird!

    Love your handle!


  67. rosettasister Says:

    Tuki Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 3:49 pm

    And welcome to Tuki as well!

    Only first posts are moderated.


  68. j.b. Says:


    LMAO! How’s that workin’ for ya, CNN, MSNBC, et al?

    Reading this has allowed me to hold over the glow I have from a fantastic day as a proud American among other’s just like me in heart and soul, yesterday.

  69. j.b. Says:

    Geez, run-on sentence much?

    Hey, nice to see some new “faces” here at Rose’s!
    Welcome to the newbies. 🙂

  70. Fernley Girl Says:

    Just heard on Neil Cavuto’s show that Nancy Pelosi said the people at the Tea Party protests were nothing more than “rich people whining.”
    I think she needs to get a postcard from every attendee telling her how NOT RICH they really are.

  71. j.b. Says:

    That Botoxed Bitch said what? I’d write her, but,
    I would promptly get arrested, I’m sure.
    Some nerve. (damage)

  72. Fernley Girl Says:

    For you, Rose, and everyone else here who needs to be reminded of how wonderful the human spirit really is:

  73. Fernley Girl Says:

    I guess I should have noted that my previous post & link are totally off topic!! But I felt so good after watching it I just had to share!!

  74. sliderblaze Says:

    heEey, what up people

  75. sliderblaze Says:

    Savage supposdly filed a FOIA to get the full “Right Wing Extremist” released, what we got was a 9 page snippet. I’m wondering if they actually name names in there like, Savage, Hannity, Beck, Hale, etc.

  76. sisterrosetta Says:

    Check out td’s pelosi post

    td blog – http://texasdarlin.wordpress.com/

  77. JAC Says:

    I am both overjoyed at the amount of support at the Tea Parties; those that flew their flags in patriotic spirit on April 15th and appalled at the feedback of some of the reporting and blog comments.
    CNN reporter Susan Roesgen was in Chicago to cover the story and went with a chip the size of an ice berg on her shoulder. She shows her lacking skills as a professional reporter as she tries to debate with a few in the crowd. Whatever happened to just reporting the news?
    Nancy Polise is clueless herself as she referred to it as Astroturf and not a real grassroots movement; she believes that American people cannot organize on their own, they have to be helped from somewhere; her delusional guess is the Rich.
    I am appreciative of the support FOX news gave the Tea Parties; in truth they jumped on the bandwagon late in the game. They did not create the Tea Parties, the American people did. Those Americans who didn’t forget about Government after the election, those who paid attention and were outraged by the spending that was coming out of Washington. Those who watched as Congress submitted and passed laws and didn’t care if they violated our Constitutional rights or not. Those who were ignored when they wrote and called their representatives saying NO to the pork filled stimulus bill, a conservative measure of 2 to 1 against. A bill that is over 1600 pages they never even bothered to read before voting on. That alone should be a criminal offence with a demand for removal of any politician guilty of such.
    The rhetoric of the current administration that tries to apply a fairy tale to the hoax of tax breaks. Who will be paying for those voted in pet projects in the long run? Will the Representatives that submitted the research for pig odor in Idaho, at the cost of 1.7 billion dollars, step up and have their wages garnished to pay for it?
    Tax breaks? Maybe on income, but they will be showing up elsewhere, The Federal Government has the credit card and we are the piggy bank. We are wise to the double speak coming from the teleprompter and we aren’t buying it.
    Was this a movement of party affliction? Hell no, we are discussed with both sides. They both have a hand in getting this in this mess. They believe they are wiser than us. Well, who passed the spending bills that caused the massive deficit? Who had to toss in 88% of pure pork in the stimulus, in an already stressed economy? You caused it, and you have no clue how to fix it.
    Americans that believe in the essence of what American truly stands for are standing up and yelling loud and clear “We are fed up.” It might have taken us awhile, but now that we are up and angry we are not going to sit back down and let Government run amuck. One thing you will find out about Patriot Americans, we accept our own blame in this mess; we know we should have spoke up sooner and let our voices be heard. This is something that has been coming to a boiling point for decades, not one party, not one administration, but the whole of the accumulative rape of this Country.
    By law of this Nation, dear Federal Government, you only have a tally of 18 powers to govern, Our States and “WE THE PEOPLE” has the rest; and we are taking America back.
    Cindy S

  78. JAC Says:

    a Commentary I wrote for my webpage…

  79. j.b. Says:

    That’s what I thought, JAC. Nice job.

    Sliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiider! When will that report be “out”?

  80. j.b. Says:

    Well, Rose, I agree with Michele Malkin on Pelosi’s garbage, Pure projection. Plain and simple.

  81. j.b. Says:

    And so it begins in the commercial real estate…….This company is HUGE. We have two large malls here on the west and east end of our city.(4 million pop. , I think) This company owns the newer one.

  82. Troy Says:

    JAC Says:

    April 16, 2009 at 11:12 pm
    a Commentary I wrote for my webpage…
    Nice rant
    What’s next!!!?….What’s next!!!?….What’s next!!!? 😀

  83. Troy Says:

    j.b. Says:

    April 16, 2009 at 11:25 pm
    And so it begins in the commercial real estate…….This company is HUGE. We have two large malls here on the west and east end of our city.(4 million pop. , I think) This company owns the newer one.
    Bingo!!!!….I said this was coming.

  84. Troy Says:

    Why isn’t anyone talking about the 450,000 lbs of Yello Cake uranium that Lehman Brothers had squirreled away in their basement?

    URANIUM OXIDE and it’s FOR SALE!!!!


  85. ryansgrammy Says:

    Troy — I saw that too and couldn’t believe it. I guess my first reaction was what is that company doing with this uranium and secondly how can they sell it and keep it out of the hands of those who would use it for harmful purposes.

    Also, just saw this on Drudge. This ought to raise some more eyebrows for the folks at ND. http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Jesus-Missing-From-Obamas-Georgetown-Speech.html

  86. j.b. Says:

    I thought I heard that about Lehman Brothers, but then I thought, “Why would a clothing store be selling Yello Cake”?

    Troy said;

    Bingo!!!!….I said this was coming.

    Yep, you and Gerald Celente. And that guy from prisonplanet……..IIRC.

  87. JAC Says:

    thanks Troy, j.b.

  88. sliderblaze Says:


    yellow cake from what i understand, isnt a banned or highly regulated substance. disturbing as hell tho.

    Also i do believe that the Gen Growth Properties owns our mall here, Park City.

  89. ryansgrammy Says:

    I picked this up off of TD’s site — its the email address for the cnn reporter from Chicago’s tea party. TD has a thread stating she should be fired! If anyone wants to drop her a line, here’s your chance. susan.roesgen@turner.com

  90. Katie Says:

    NEConservative Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 7:33 pm

    I’m Lt. Mike Heckelman, newest Obama brownshirt:


    I almost missed this – this is unbelievable! Sobering doesn’t begin to cover it. I’m beginning to really understand “Live Free or Die”.

    Thanks for sharing.

  91. Troy Says:

    j.b. Says:

    April 17, 2009 at 12:01 am
    I thought I heard that about Lehman Brothers, but then I thought, “Why would a clothing store be selling Yello Cake”?
    JB, I know that’s a joke, right? 🙂

  92. rosettasister Says:

    Good night, good people!

    New Thread:


  93. Troy Says:

    Katie Says:

    April 17, 2009 at 12:54 am
    NEConservative Says:
    April 16, 2009 at 7:33 pm

    I’m Lt. Mike Heckelman, newest Obama brownshirt:


    I almost missed this – this is unbelievable! Sobering doesn’t begin to cover it. I’m beginning to really understand “Live Free or Die”.

    Thanks for sharing.
    I can’t wait to see Ziegler sue the snot out of them….If that doesn’t work, he can always teabag them. 😉

  94. Katie Says:

    Back in Feb. I started telling everyone to get to the Tea Parties. The response yesterday was even better than I imagined it would be!

    What strikes me the most is how similar everyone’s experience was. It doesn’t matter if you were at a small gathering, a large gathering, in the heartland of the country, or on the coast. We all experienced the best of America yesterday.

    We’re still on that roller coaster, and have a lot of struggles ahead. But I believe we turned a huge corner as a nation. No longer are people believing what the corrupt media are feeding us. We saw with our own eyes. We heard with our own ears. We felt with our own hearts.

    I’m so proud of my fellow Americans that made yesterday such a success. Let’s keep it moving forward.

  95. KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:

    Here’s some of the tea party I attended. About 400 ppl.

    this was about an hour after we got there.

    There was an earlier party, just a few blocks away from my job, but I wasn’t able to attend * was working * There were about 2000 at that event.

  96. j.b. Says:

    Thanks for sharing that, Lexi. They went all out in dress and music. 🙂

  97. j.b. Says:

    Ditto that, Katie! D.C. in July? Yeesssssssssssssss!~

    (if I’m still alive, of course) I keed, I keed. 🙂

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