Sweet Baby




From darkchildschild

February 19, 2007

Macy Gray music video featuring Parker McKenna Posey as young Macy.

45 Responses to “Sweet Baby”

  1. pearp Says:

    me first? a lurker?

  2. zenstorm Says:

    thats the best pic

  3. zenstorm Says:

    1st…. anyway, that yellow lab reminds me of my ruby, shes an 8 yr old yellow lab full of love!!! she acts like the mommy of my son and has since he was a day old…I cant forget my little Isabel, small springer spaniel, both bred for hunting, bird dogs. so Ive taken some hits from a certain neighbor/duck lover. My dogs wouldn’t hurt a fly but they love chasing the ducks on the lake every morning without fail. I think its good for the ducks, keeps the fatty bread fed quackers in shape.
    a friend of mine once said.{after a beer or ten} DOGS ARE THE BEST PEOPLE!!

    Obamas not good enough to have the privilege of dog ownership, besides that phony piece of crap doesn’t give that dog any love except when the cameras are on..Ive seen his face in a picture with “BO” the white house dog, I could see the indifference in obamnas eyes. hes no dog person, people who love dogs are made of a different nature than that nasty creep. he admires himself faaar to much to be able to love an animal.

    God Bless Ms California for standing true to her beliefs, although I personally do not care for the contests she partakes in, and I find those shows shallow and inane. she may be smarter than her choice to compete for outer looks. but to each his own.

    how about the lady who sings like an angel from Britain…point given.

    If ms California sang like that and wanted to marry a lady she’d be worth trillions!!

    The pulse of America seems to be on a slow rhythm right now, which is a sign that something big is about to take place. I could be wrong, but I feel something brewing out there, and I feel like its going to be in the aftermath of obamas actions out in the world lately. hes erected a fair amount of obvious bridges for chaos to cross….there is a disturbed person of power who is going to respond to obamas recent ideals of killing them with kindness…its going to back fire instantly as to not lose its meaning, I can feel it in my bones….those evil dictators aren’t stupid. Omamas actually admitting hes being nice to them as a different approach to dealing with them. what does he think that their all a bunch of frigging idiots, like they dont know what hes up to, even when he tells the world what hes doing…whose the idiot.

    his stupid press man admits that obamas new foreign policy is kill them with kindness….
    NICE!!! hes such a lame empty shell.

    God be with you allsusie

  4. Troy Says:

    I’m sure, in the back of his mind, Obama would like nothing more than to get rid of the dog…..Muslims regard dogs as filthy, disgusting beasts.

  5. Troy Says:

    Iran says, they will begin to sell NUCLEAR fuel…Nice!!!!

  6. Katie Says:

    Troy Says:
    April 22, 2009 at 2:20 am

    I’m sure, in the back of his mind, Obama would like nothing more than to get rid of the dog…..Muslims regard dogs as filthy, disgusting beasts.

    I’ll bet if you could ask Bo the dog, he’d say it was mutual. Snark!

  7. jjones Says:

    it really is amateur hour in the white house

    Obama’s national intelligence director says in a private memo that information obtained from harsh interrogations resulted in “a deeper understanding of the Al Qaeda network.”


  8. jjones Says:

    and another example of how clueless they are

    Fidel Castro said Tuesday that President Barack Obama “misinterpreted” his brother Raul’s sentiments toward the United States and bristled at any suggestion Cuba should free political prisoners or reduce official fees on money sent to the island from the U.S.


  9. NEConservative Says:

    I smell a rat!!


  10. ryansgrammy Says:

    Officials deny that Obama delayed action on pirates.

  11. rosettasister Says:

    pearp Says:
    April 22, 2009 at 1:08 am

    me first? a lurker?


    Welcome, pearp!

    Sorry you were stuck in moderation. Only first posts moderated.

    Thanks for lurking!


  12. rosettasister Says:

    This is my son, Pat, conducting. These are middle school students! Except for the soloist, of course.


    Concierto de Aranjuez – Adaigo with Grisha Goryachev! Part 1

    Concierto de Aranjuez – Adaigo with Grisha Goryachev! Part 2

  13. CJ Says:

    Wow that freddimac vp story is really sad. Wonder if old Barney Frank is feeling his conscience screaming this morning. Oh wait, he said yesterday that he tried to stop all that stuff with Freddie/Fannie. Wasn’t he the guy who said everything’s just fine with F&F a couple years ago? You know, we don’t need to do anything to rein them in even though Bush and McCain tried to say otherwise? Hmmm? Barney Fife lives in his little world of “DO Anything to Get Me Re-Elected” where he is king. Guess the real world just hit him in the face. Think he’ll notice? Nah. Can’t wait for him to say how awful he feels for this guy and his family. Disgraceful, unethical, arrogant human and I can’t believe the people in Mass. keep putting him back in office.

  14. rosettasister Says:

    Disapproval ticked up one point.



    54% Approve
    46% Disapprove

  15. rosettasister Says:

    Blaming Barney

    American University students try to block Rep. Frank from speaking at graduation because they believe he helped cause financial crisis

  16. rosettasister Says:

    Whether or not you agree with Ben Stein – he’s always interesting.

    Ben Stein with Glenn Beck

    Is there any evidence Obama economic policies are working? Ben Stein weighs in

  17. rosettasister Says:

    Dick Cheney with Sean Hannity

    Part 1: Former Vice President Dick Cheney on the Obama administration ‘dismantling’ terrorism policies

    Part 2: Former vice president on Obama-Chavez handshake, CIA memos

    Part 3: Dick Cheney expresses concern over economic direction of America

    Part 4: Cheney says Obama administration is ‘misreading’ terrorism risk

  18. rosettasister Says:

    Freddie Mac executive found dead; suicide suspected

  19. rosettasister Says:

    I never paid much attention to Karl Rove when Bush was in office, but I’m glad he’s speaking out now.

    To me he seems jovial, but serious. Not at all the demon he was made out to be.

    The Obama International Confession Tour he called it, great job Karl Rove

  20. rosettasister Says:

    “An astonishing and deeply revolting development”

    Listen here:

    Frank Gaffney, Michael Gerson, Andy McCarthy With Hugh Hewitt

    Hugh talks about Obama’s foreign policy and OLC memos decisions with Frank Gaffney of the Center For Security Policy, former George W. Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson, and former U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy.

    [audio src="http://ht.salemweb.net/townhall/audio/mp3/d2938665-2533-422c-a226-f941f1c30f41.mp3" /]


    Former U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy on Obama’s decision to release the OLC memos



    HH: Now Andrew McCarthy, you raise the issue of the day, which is President Obama has now indicated he is open to prosecuting former Justice Department officials.

    To me, this is an astonishing and deeply revolting development. It is the criminalization of politics at a level I’ve never seen before.

    The criminalization of justice…the fact of the matter is, how do you think…I was only at Justice one year. You spent a lifetime there, a career there.

    How do you think this sort of politicization of the process will impact line prosecutors, line analysts right now?

    AM: I think in the Justice Department, you’re going to have a lot of political appointees who at least will have a stiff upper lip and be supportive.

    But as you get through the rank and file of prosecutors in the country, I think most of them who are sensible are going to find this horrifying.

    Now as you know and I know, lawyers, particularly federal prosecutors, and particularly in the big offices like New York and Chicago and some of the ones in California, look, they’re products of the American law schools.

    The American law schools are a bastion of the left. And people come out, I think, probably sympathetic to the sort of things that Obama is saying.

    But a lot of prosecutors, even if they don’t start out as law and order types, get mugged by reality pretty quickly.

    And a lot of others are law enforcement types who understand and take seriously the oath to protect the United States. And they’re going to be very upset about this.

    And I must say, Hugh, just to deviate for a second about the oath to defend the United States?

    There’s an awful lot of very indignant remarks that are coming out of Obama all the time about what other people did, and what we need to apologize for.

    What I never get out of him is a sense that he has an obligation which is more solemn than any obligation otherwise that he has to protect the American people.

    It’s an obligation that President Bush took very seriously every day, and followed through on it even when it meant that it was, what he was doing was unpopular.

    I don’t think this guy gets it.

  21. LadyTexan Says:

    Oh goody…. can’t wait! (snark)

    Surprise! Census Comes Early, With A GPS To Map Your FRONT DOOR


  22. rosettasister Says:

    Sounds like Bayh is caving on reconciliation instructions.

    Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) said that he isn’t opposed to the use of reconciliation for healthcare.


    Posted: 04/21/09 06:54 PM [ET]

    Though most Democrats appear ready to back the reconciliation rules for healthcare, it isn’t a sure thing that enough of them will vote for a budget resolution that includes those rules. The resolution needs 51 votes to pass. The resolution that won approval three weeks ago received 55 votes.

    Undecided Democrats include Hagan, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) and Sen. Carl Levin (Mich.).

    A handful of centrist Democrats have said they oppose the use of reconciliation rules for healthcare, saying that stronger legislation would emerge by working with Republicans under the regular rules.

    “I think to really enact something that has lasting impact and [is] really a solid reform, it needs to be built from the center out,” said Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.).

    Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) said that he preferred that reconciliation not be used to answer “complicated, big policy questions” over healthcare reform, but he also wouldn’t rule it out.

    But, in perhaps a sign that the centrists will eventually go along with party leaders, Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) said that he isn’t opposed to the use of reconciliation for healthcare.

    Bayh voted against the budget resolution earlier this month because he had concerns about its level of spending. He has also been among the most vocal members of a group of 15 Democrats who have sought to pare down the budget.

    Bayh said that reconciliation could be used for healthcare, even if it’s not used for climate change.

    A climate change bill, “if not done correctly, could have disproportionate effects on parts of the country,” he said. “But healthcare [reform] would affect most Americans uniformly.”

  23. rosettasister Says:

    More than I ever wanted to know about “reconciliation instructions.”

    Read the whole thing here:


    Or here:



    7. Why is the Byrd Rule so Important With Respect to Conference?

    If the reconciliation Conference Report contains extraneous items under the Byrd Rule, consideration of the Report in the Senate becomes considerably more complicated.

    Should a point of order be raised, and sustained against such a Conference Report, the Conference Report is defeated.

    Before the Senate is a motion to recede and concur with a further amendment or a motion to concur in the House amendment with a further amendment (whichever is applicable) on which there is two hours of debate.

    The further amendment, in either case, shall consist solely of that portion of the Conference Report not stricken on a Byrd Rule point of order.

    If the Senate passes the motion, the Conference Report goes back to the House where it is amendable.

    Thus, the Byrd Rule can be expected to become a major issue in any reconciliation Conference.

    Assuming that the Senate minority will want to use whatever means available to them to unravel or take down a reconciliation Conference Report, the conferees appointed by the Senate majority can be expected to take a hard line against including in the Conference Report any provision from the House Bill which may be deemed to violate the Byrd Rule — whether it be an amendment of the House, or an amendment in disagreement.

  24. rosettasister Says:

    Conrad: No Progress on Final Budget Blueprint

    April 21, 2009, 1:17 p.m.


    Republicans have likened the inclusion of reconciliation in the budget to having a proverbial gun to their head, saying it would make it nearly impossible for them to negotiate on health care reform in good faith. If it is ultimately included in the blueprint, Conrad warned that there is no guarantee that reconciliation would only be used only for health care — or whatever other policy proposals it might be intended for.

    Conrad declined to discuss the level of pressure he might be receiving — if any — on this issue from the Obama administration. Conrad described reconciliation as a “thorny issue” that could delay the negotiations on a final budget conference report.

    “Reconciliation was never intended for this purpose, and it doesn’t work well,” Conrad said, saying that such an argument is part of his appeal to House Budget Chairman John Spratt (D-S.C.) and other House Democratic leaders. “It was never intended for this purpose, and I think there would be a lot of unintended consequences.”

  25. rosettasister Says:

    Some Lawmakers Say Obama’s Health Care Plan Could Lead to Rationing

    Wednesday, April 22, 2009


    Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle told CNSNews.com on Tuesday that they do not know how President Obama will come up with the $634 billion allocated in his 2010 budget to lay the foundation for health care reform that could lead the country towards a single-payer system.

    Furthermore, Republicans and one Democrat said the “efficiencies” Obama wants to instill in the health care industry to apparently generate revenue to fund his plan, will lead to “rationing” of health care.

    “There is a question about whether all those efficiency [steps] — over ten years — you have to make sure that those indeed happen,” Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) told CNSNews.com. “It won’t be level. There will probably be more [savings] later because it will take time for these efficiencies to get going. So in the meantime there is going to have to be another funding mechanism.”

    But Nelson said he did not know what that mechanism would be.

    “I don’t know,” Nelson told CNSNews.com. “There are various funding opportunities but we just have to take a look at that because I haven’t seen the answer for it yet.”

    Sen. Judd Gregg (R-N.H.), who did not accept Obama’s nomination to fill the secretary of Commerce post earlier this year, said he does not know how Obama plans to fund the reform. But Gregg said he does not think further spending is necessary.

    “I don’t know how he is going to do that,” said Gregg, in reference to the funding. “He [Obama] didn’t explain that. I have no idea. I don’t know how he plans to do that. We don’t need to do that to begin with.”

    “We can basically get there without increasing the cost of health care generally because we are already spending more than any other society in the world on health care,” Gregg told CNSNews.com.

    But Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.), the ranking Republican on the House Committee on the Budget, told reporters last month that he thinks that if Obama’s plan is enacted, it will only save money through the rationing of health care rather than through gaining efficiency.

    “If you’re going to quantify [savings] with certainty, that means you feel you’re going to ration with certainty,” said Ryan.

    “How do they propose to go about doing this?” asked Ryan. “Do they propose to set up a system where the government is in the nucleus of our health care system, where the government is telling providers — physicians — how to practice medicine?”

  26. rosettasister Says:

    The Private, and Public Memos, of Admiral Blair


    • Original Document (PDF)


  27. rosettasister Says:

    Tuesday, April 21, 2009

    AKA Obama Fans: All together now – say OMG!!



    An excellent article by international columnist Mark S. McGrew


    will help the reader to understand the Grand Jury story.

    Press Contact:Sam Sewell, National Spokesperson for


    email: writerpromo@comcast.net

    Fax (239) 591-1987

    Phone: Clinic Office – (239) 591-4565

    Ask for Dr. Sam

    Rev. Sewell, an ordained Christian clergyman, a Pastoral Psychotherapist, a member of Mensa, a U.S. Navy Veteran, and a Member of the Association For Intelligence Officers. He is a frequent commentator on religious and political issues.

  28. rosettasister Says:


    Looking forward to the next president


    In early spring of 2013, the new U.S. president, Seamas McDoherty-O’Rahilly, was invited to give the commencement address at the University of Notre Dame. He had run on an anti-hope-and-change platform, as had all other candidates, so toxic had these words become in the climate of cynicism that had developed when runaway governmental borrowing and spending plunged the nation into Jimmy Carter-style stagflation.

    As candidate of the newly formed No Hope, No Nothing party, McDoherty-O defeated the Republican and the Democrat – not Obama, who had chosen not to run, much as Lyndon Johnson had left the field open to others in 1968. McDoherty-O had strong support from Irish Catholics; but they got a shock when, once elected, he began worshiping weekly with Presbyterians.

    Not only was he a Presbyterian, he was also not American-born, having been birthed in Ulster. This posed no legal problem, because the latest judicial opinion said it didn’t. The decision had come in the second year of the Obama presidency, when reports of his Kenya birth had taken on viral dimensions and, in the absence of a non-photocopied birth certificate, threatened civil disruption.

    It was a risky exercise of authority, intended to calm things, but the judges carried it off, and an uneasy peace prevailed. In January, Obama retired to Hyde Park, his eye reportedly on the Chicago mayoral prize. The traitorous McDoherty-O’Rahilly got his Notre Dame invite, and Catholics howled.

  29. rosettasister Says:

    More on Bauer



    I noticed that the POLITICO article on Bauer being brought onboard was dated 1/31/2009, so the question is, for what other purpose would Obama hire Bauer this year, if not to fight the eligibility lawsuits?

    Whether it’s a dollar or a million dollars, there’s no denying that Bauer is being paid to fight the eligibility suits — of which Hollister v Soetoro is but one — out of a massive war chest: $18 million of which was been reported for this year, but there’s also about $150 million (at least) in contributions that have never been reported.

    Meanwhile, the lawyers fighting Obama have to rely on donations just to hang in there.

    The message is, “I’m Barack Obama, and I have hundreds of millions of dollars in donations that I will use to stomp out anyone who tries to take me into court.”

    In case anyone needs written proof, here are two notices signed by Bauer from the Hollister v Soetoro case files:

    Turn to Page 9, CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE, 2/4/09 Robert F. Bauer:


    Turn to Page 7, CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE, 3/2/09 Robert F. Bauer:


    Turn to Page 4, CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE, 3/2/09 Robert F. Bauer:


    115 posted on Wednesday, April 22, 2009 6:32:32 AM by Polarik (Forgeries are forever)

  30. calli Says:

    Such a beautiful baby picture!!! My dog looks just like this one. I have a golden retriever lab mix!!! Her name happens to be calli!!!

  31. patriotamy Says:

    Awwwwwwwwwwwwww.. How cute the dog and baby picture!! Peaceful and calm..(kind of how my life was before 2007)

  32. rosettasister Says:

    calli Says:
    April 22, 2009 at 6:40 pm

    Such a beautiful baby picture!!! My dog looks just like this one. I have a golden retriever lab mix!!! Her name happens to be calli!!!



    you and your dog have the same name?!

    just kidding!


  33. rosettasister Says:

    To the best of my knowledge, “Calpernia” is Lisa.

    The silence surrounding this issue reminds me of the silence which held sway during the whole Techdude – Polarik – TexasDarlin – Atlas Shrugged situation.

    That’s how I first found Polarik, as he was the only one who was talking.

    Anyway, we should believe … what?



    To: ConservativeMind

    Anyone with questions can easily have their monies traced in PayPal by opening a Resolution Ticket with them.

    31 posted on Wednesday, April 22, 2009 8:13:25 AM by Calpernia

  34. rosettasister Says:

    Calpernia (Lisa) is still posting here:


    And here is her latest:


    I sure would like to know who’s zooming who!

  35. rosettasister Says:


  36. rosettasister Says:

    Grain of salt and all that, but there it is.

    Tuesday, April 21, 2009

    Taitz Uses WND To Further Grudge Against Ex-Webmaster


  37. jrh Says:

    Rose, I watched the video of your son as conductor. Very nice! I suspect you are a very proud mom. It’s good to know there are still young musicians who care about making great music.

  38. calli Says:

    Hi Rosetta,
    Good to be back!!! Actually my dog, Calli is 1 1/2 years old!! The name just fit her!!! LOL!!! How have you been? I have been busy as a bee!! I still don’t like the democrats, well maybe Hillary!!! For a while I thought she was the only one doing any work!!! Most are trying to keep up the rock star status if you get my drift!!!

  39. CJ Says:

    Wow GM to shut all it’s plants for 9 weeks this summer. Yikes the ripple effect of that is enormous. Fox just alerted that news.

  40. Aristotle the Hun Says:

    Geez! This is so powerful and straight to the point. No kidding, Grand Juries have the power to subpoena!

    IMPORTANT: Grand Juries don’t need Judicial approval –

  41. rosettasister Says:

    Aristotle the Hun Says:
    April 22, 2009 at 10:37 pm

    Thanks for paying us a visit, Aristotle!


  42. Troy Says:

    Eligibility strategy


  43. Troy Says:

    OOPS!!!…sorry for the repeat link

  44. rosettasister Says:

    New Thread:


  45. KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:

    You can put perfume on Pelosi but we (the People) can still smell the Pork!

    Sorry — I’m still stuck in tea party land. Hope y’all don’t mind …

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