I will send the Comforter, the Spirit of Truth, and he shall guide you in all things.


John Van Auken | Inner Vision WILL POWER


The greatest commandment, greater than all the laws and prophets, is to love God with all our being and others as ourselves.

Of course, there are laws and realities that can make the loving choice difficult or even impossible.

For example, if Jesus so loved us, why did he go away?

Wouldn’t the more loving choice have been to follow Judas’ way, to overthrow Rome, liberate Jerusalem, and raise all of us into paradise?

From outward appearances it seemed so, but from inner truth it was not.

As Jesus explained to Peter when he said those hard words, “Get thee behind me Satan,” we often become stumbling blocks to ourselves and others, because we want to do things the way they appear best to man from a physical, material perspective.

But we must learn to see life’s decisions from a godly, spiritual perspective — the way God sees them.

This requires more than book knowledge, more than good intentions.

It requires a conscious sense of God’s guidance in our lives.

Despite the difficulties, getting in touch with God is key to realizing our full potential and purpose for existence.


Jesus left because that was best for all of us. As he said,

“I go to prepare a place for you, that where I am there you may be also. But I will not leave you comfort-less.

I will send the Comforter, the Spirit of Truth, and he shall guide you in all things.”

How many of us seek this Spirit of Truth and its comfort and guidance?

And of those who have sought it, how many have returned to continue to develop the relationship and to improve the communication?

It’s a matter of will; choosing to do so.

In the midst of all of life’s activities and options, it takes will power to budget time each day to attune oneself to the Spirit of Truth, the Comforter, the Guide within — God, our spiritual parent, who loves us and seeks our companionship.

What is it that keeps us from seeking God’s companionship in our lives? Self.

Self’s constant interest in its own things, its own ideas, its own desires.

The only power capable of changing this is self’s will.

Using self’s will to subdue self’s will in order to attune to God’s will is the great way to heavenly consciousness and eternal life.

Set before us is a whole day of our own activities or a budgeted time in which we use our will to attune ourselves to God’s spirit and will.




23. (Q) Explain the immaculate conception.

(A) As flesh is the activity of the mental being (or the spiritual self and mental being) pushing itself into matter, and as spirit – as He gave – is neither male nor female, they are then both – or one.

And when man had reached that period of the full separation from Creative Forces in the spirit, then flesh as man knows it today became in material plane a reality.

Then, the immaculate conception is the physical and mental so attuned to spirit as to be quickened by same.

Hence the spirit, the soul of the Master then was brought into being through the accord of the Mother in materiality that ye know in the earth as conception.

Edgar Cayce’s Story of the Essenes


1. Cayce Foresees the Stock Market Crash of 1929. 2. World War II. 3. The Shifting of the Earth’s Poles Has Begun (Edgar Cayce prediction from 1936). 4. Convergence of Communications Companies. 5. There Was a Community of People Called the Essenes. 6. Blood as a Diagnostic Tool. 7. La Niña and El Niño Effect.

132 Responses to “I will send the Comforter, the Spirit of Truth, and he shall guide you in all things.”

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  5. rosettasister Says:

    Obama Administration Delayed FOIA requests Based On Political Party


    To: Starman417; MissTickly

    According to the AP article, they received the e-mails earlier this month.

    The policy was stopped about the same time the e-mails were finally released (after 7 months of hassling over whether they could receive the e-mails. sigh).

    So the policy was stopped earlier this month and had gone on for at least a year.

    That would mean the policy started by at least this time last year.

    About this time last year was when Fukino announced that at least one of Obama’s multiple birth records swear he was born in Hawaii.

    That announcement came just as Miss Tickly was pressing hard on the HDOH to find out whether Obama’s BC was amended – a fact the HDOH eventually was forced to confirm.

    I have asked the HDOH for copies of the communications they had with federal officials regarding that announcement.

    The HDOH ignored my requests.

    Stuff that makes you go hmmm.

    8 posted on 07/22/2010 11:46:48 AM PDT by butterdezillion (.)


    To: butterdezillion

    Funny, I read this yesterday and thought of you, too!

    Stuff we already knew….

    11 posted on 07/23/2010 8:24:57 AM PDT by MissTickly

  6. rosettasister Says:

    Glad others posting on this, not just Dr Conspiracy.

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  7. rosettasister Says:


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  11. rosettasister Says:

    A Roadmap for America’s Future – Paul Ryan talks w/ Greta Van Susteren

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  13. rosettasister Says:

    Video and Transcript

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  14. rosettasister Says:

    Citizens of Arizona are “under the gun”

    Lawmaker Who Wrote Arizona Immigration Law Intervenes in Obama Administration Lawsuit


    Arizona state Sen. Russell Pearce, author of the law and chairman of the appropriations committee.

    “As I’ve said all along, SB 1070 makes no new immigration law, it simply enforces the laws already on the books,” Pearce said in a statement Wednesday.

    “Barack Obama has put politics before the safety of citizens of Arizona who are under the gun from the illegal alien crisis in our state.

    I refuse to apologize for standing up for America and the rule of law.

    I hope the Court does not allow the Obama administration to run roughshod over the rule of law.”

  15. rosettasister Says:

    Arizona Court Not Buying DOJ’s Argument Against the Immigration Law


    “Why can’t Arizona be as inhospitable as they wish to people who have entered or remained in the United States?”

    U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton asked in a pointed exchange with Deputy Solicitor General Edwin S. Kneedler.


    Good question!

  16. rosettasister Says:

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  19. rosettasister Says:

    There is a Reason

    I’ve seen hard times and I’ve been told
    There isn’t any wonder that I fall
    Why do we suffer, crossing off the years
    There must be a reason for it all

    I’ve trusted in You, Jesus, to save me from my sin
    Heaven is the place I call my home
    But I keep on getting caught up in this world I’m living in
    And Your voice it sometimes fades before I know

    Hurtin’ brings my heart to You, crying with my need
    Depending on Your love to carry me
    The love that shed His blood for all the world to see
    This must be the reason for it all

    Hurtin’ brings my heart to You, a fortress in the storm
    When what I wrap my heart around is gone
    I give my heart so easily to the ruler of this world
    When the one who loves me most will give me all

    In all the things that cause me pain You give me eyes to see
    I do believe but help my unbelief
    I’ve seen hard times and I’ve been told
    There is a reason for it all

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  20. rosettasister Says:


    To: butterdezillion

    There is a Reason


    22 posted on 07/23/2010 6:24:57 PM PDT by rosettasister


    To: rosettasister

    Every day I’m keenly aware of how desperately I need Him. All the other foundations of life can crumble – and seem to be more and more every day. But He stands firm, unchanging. Praise God!

    The creation truly groans for the final redemption. He is the only One who can ultimately give us days of peace and freedom here on earth, just like He is the only One who can give us peace and freedom after we’re set free from this earth.

    My daughter was singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” so I taught her the final verse, and it hit me as I was singing, “Blessed with victory and peace, may the Heaven-rescued land praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation.”

    Only He can preserve this nation. And He preserves us whether or not He preserves this nation.

    23 posted on 07/23/2010 6:40:40 PM PDT by butterdezillion

  21. rosettasister Says:

    Well said.

  22. rosettasister Says:

    I dunno about “Kenya birth scenario” but I am interested in FOIA requests.

    Found at ObamaConspiracy

    nc1 24. Jul, 2010 at 3:04 am



    James and other Denialists: The Kenya birth scenario is physically impossible:http://newyorkleftist.blogspot.com/2010/03/obama-born-in-kenya-no.htmlSorry.


    Impossible – think again!

    Ask your leftist blogger friend for a breakdown of costs of travel by ship from Mombasa to Honolulu.

    A check of government records could tell us whether Obama’s mother was outside the country in August 1961.

    Perhaps this is the reason why Dr.C cannot get the straight answer to his FOIA request from January 2009.

    There is even a lawsuit, filed by Kenneth Allen, to have Stanley Ann’s travel records released.

    The court gave a deadline for records to be released (June 30, 2010).

    It is three weeks past the court ordered deadline and the government is still hiding this information.

    What happened to the promise of transparency – just another election campaign lie?

  23. rosettasister Says:


    nc1 24. Jul, 2010 at 4:56 am

    Dr. Misha, two questions for you:

    1. What is it that makes a trip from Mombasa to Honolulu by ship impossible?

    2. What is your explanation for US government’s refusal to release travel records for Stanley Ann?

  24. rosettasister Says:


    nc1 24. Jul, 2010 at 5:09 am

    Do you consider Dr. C a “guano psychotic information thief”?

    He has a FOIA request for Stanley Ann’s passport records (pending for 18 months).

  25. rosettasister Says:

    Dr. Conspiracy 24. Jul, 2010 at 6:49 am



    A check of government records could tell us whether Obama’s mother was outside the country in August 1961. Perhaps this is the reason why Dr.C cannot get the straight answer to his FOIA request from January 2009.


    The information I have is that entry and exit records do not exist that far back (1961).

    (Me: What a crock!)

    My FOIA is simply for a record of when passports were issued.

  26. rosettasister Says:

    FOIA Requests delayed and requesters investigated by the Obama regime



    The Hawaii Department of Health was caught doing something similar when they inadvertently disclosed to The Post & Email, which requested and paid for numerous UIPA requests, emails which revealed that they were “checking out” requesters on the internet to determine their political leanings.

    A FOIA request made by Mr. Kenneth Allen of Arizona for the travel records of Stanley Ann Soetoro and Lolo Soetoro was made on February 9, 2009, and was not fulfilled, forcing Allen to file a lawsuit.

    Despite a judge’s order that the information be released by June 30, 2010, in a recent email exchange with Mr. Allen, The Post & Email learned that he still has received nothing.

    Allen stated:

    …not only the DOJ but the Judge is stonewalling now…I believe in my heart they won’t release those docs because they show Obama’s mother was in Kenya at the time of his birth.

    Allen had also requested the records of “Barry Soetoro,” reasoning that he should receive them

    “Because … Barack Obama denies he was ever called Barry Soetoro it shouldn’t be a problem with transparency when it comes to producing the requested records … And because Barry Soetoro is not a citizen, as defined by the law, he isn’t protected by the FOIA.”

    Despite Eric Holder’s statement that ““The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. § 552, reflects our nation’s fundamental commitment to open government,”

    the Department of Justice has refused to release any information on “Barack Hussein Obama” or “Barry Soetoro” to Mr. Allen,

    who had claimed that “Barry Soetoro is neither a citizen of the United States nor an alien with permanent residence and…

    Soetoro would have had to have gone through immigration and customs at some point between 1961 and 2009.”

    (Please go to above link to access multiple links embedded in article.)


    If memory serves, Allen is not seeking Obama’s records any longer, only Stanley Ann and Lolo.

  27. rosettasister Says:


    Dr. Conspiracy 24. Jul, 2010 at 1:31 pm

    Re: Allen v Soetoro FOIA suit:

    This is the government’s response filed on June 7, 2010:

    Although Defendants may require additional time to process Plaintiff’s requests beyond this estimated date for completion of the searches, Defendants fully expect that processing will be completed prior to August 5 (the filing deadline).


    Again, I could be wrong, but I think this only pertains to Stanley Ann and Lolo now.

  28. rosettasister Says:

    From ThePostEmail

    Joe says:
    Friday, July 23, 2010 at 12:43 AM

    Could we get more information on Mr. Allen’s FOIA progress. The DOJ said that they will have their search done by Aug. 5th. What is the Judge doing now to stonewall? Is he regretting his ruling? Could he reverse his own ruling?

    Does Mr. Allen believe that the DOJ will forge those records?

    Will the FOIA people be instructed to loose those records or change those records, so that the lawyers can legally say, “we didn’t know”.


    Mrs. Rondeau replies: I am in regular touch with Mr. Allen, and when he has a full update, he will provide it to us, and we to you.

  29. rosettasister Says:

    August 5

    “Defendants may require additional time to process Plaintiff’s requests beyond this estimated date”

    I’m guessing “Defendants” will require additional time, then they’ll say records “do not exist” that far back.

  30. rosettasister Says:

    Michele Bachmann wows ‘em at RightOnline Conference


  31. rosettasister Says:

    Ouch, again!

    43% — 56%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  32. rosettasister Says:

    North Dakota House: Berg (R) 49%, Pomeroy (D) 46%


  33. rosettasister Says:

    U.S. SENATE RACE: GOP’s Angle offers apology to unemployed

    But U.S. needs fewer regulations, lower taxes, not jobless benefits


    Angle said the unemployment issue has become an election year football.

    “What has happened here is that Harry Reid has politicized the 195,000 people who are out of work here in Nevada by bringing up an issue, which is truly not addressing the solution,” Angle said.

    Instead, she said, extending benefits is “just creating a fear climate that says this is all we can do.”

    Angle has long expressed opposition to the new federal health care law, arguing it’s unconstitutional because it requires people to buy a product and business to sell one.

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    The Tea Party favorite, who has always been an outsider in her own party, said both the Republicans and Democrats have failed to hew to the Constitution and rein in spending.

    “There seems to be a disregard on both sides of the aisle for constitutional principles,” Angle said.

    “And I think that we’re looking now at a class of candidates coming up that I have some confidence in, yes, because they share my constitutional values.”

    She mentioned by name Mario Rubio, a Republican running for the Senate in Florida, and Nikki Haley, another Tea Party favorite Republican running for governor in South Carolina.

    As for sitting lawmakers, she said she admires conservative Sens. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., and Jim DeMint, R-S.C.

    Contact reporter Laura Myers at lmyers@reviewjournal.com or 702-387-2919.

  34. rosettasister Says:

    Obama throws Kenyan Muslim Women under the bus

    kadhi courts = sharia courts

    “disputes over personal status, marriage, divorce or inheritance, where all the parties are Muslims and agree to take the case to a Kadhi”


    Interestingly 63 per cent of those interviewed believe that the new draft is a good document but needs amendments.

    Religious groups have been urging their followers to vote No during the referendum on the basis of the various flaws.

    In particular, the Church objects to the section of Article 26 which empowers doctors to end a pregnancy if it endangers the woman’s life or she needs emergency treatment.

    Christian leaders are also opposed to the retention of Kadhi courts in the proposed constitution under Article 169 and 170, which limit their authority to disputes over personal status, marriage, divorce or inheritance, where all the parties are Muslims and agree to take the case to a Kadhi.

    Some senior politicians headed by Higher Education Minister William Ruto are also spearheading a ‘No’ campaign livid over the failure to devolve power to the regions and plans to cap private land holdings.

    But leaders of the two emerging camps – President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga who ran for the presidency in 2007 elections and whose disputed result sparked Kenya’s worst post- independence violence support the new charter.

  35. rosettasister Says:

    Clerics insist on removal of clauses


    The Catholic Church insists that contentious clauses in the proposed constitution could still be removed, less than two weeks to the August 4 referendum.

    Through the Kenya Episcopal Conference — the church’s top decision making organ — it named the clauses on abortion, kadhi’s courts, family life, international law and definition of religious freedom as areas it was unhappy with.

    “We, the Catholic bishops, have sought advice on legal and medical issues regarding the right to life, and are convinced that the constitution will result in liberalisation of abortion laws,” said a statement from conference chairman John Cardinal Njue.

    Vague hope

    The bishops said a good constitution is judged by how it protects fundamental human rights and that the gains in the new law were cancelled out by what it says on the right to life.

    They said they did not believe that a document that is fundamentally flawed should be passed “only with a vague hope that it will be amended later, especially when the process of amendment is more difficult after than before”.

  36. rosettasister Says:

    U.S. aid to Kenya to push easing of abortion laws hit
    Millions spent on new charter


    White House Spent $23M of Taxpayer Money to Back Kenyan Constitution That Legalizes Abortion, GOP Reps Say


    Obama Ambassador to Kenya Openly Endorses Proposed Pro-Abortion Constitution



    It just makes me sick to my stomach that our “free” press willfully chooses not to cover this.

  37. rosettasister Says:

    I need some Johnny Mathis. His voice comforts me.














  38. rosettasister Says:

    Haven’t watched these yet:

    In Spanish, but testimony in English with Spanish subtitles.

    TERCER MILENIO – Stan Romanek II – Contacto Extraterrestre

  39. rosettasister Says:

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  40. rosettasister Says:

    Honestly, I am not too familiar with this gentleman’s story. Although I know of him.

    I don’t believe that all ETs are bad, or that all ETs are good.

    I do know that some ETs are curiously concerned about us.

    And I do know that some ETs are willfully manipulating us.

    I am way beyond trying to persuade anyone.

    And I am also beyond asking why they’re here.

    I want to know what’s next, for me.

    Let Love be your shield. And Jesus.


  41. rosettasister Says:

    Years ago, a birthday present for a young man I worked with.

    Four CDs worth of Patsy Cline recordings.

    This was the only one he didn’t already have.

    More later.

    Patsy Cline – Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray

  42. rosettasister Says:


    To: DontTreadOnMe2009

    I think he was dormed (three times) with Paki Muslims because he wrote down that he was a foreign student, Muslim.

    It’s the only thing that makes sense in this case.


    umm, my daughter dormed with an Indian Muslim girl, a sweetheart.

    but you may be right about the foreign student thing.

    the latest justification I’m hearing from the other side:

    From Dr Conspiracy

    “The question, though, is what Mario Apuzzo has learned from losing the appeal. Has he learned something about standing? Has he learned that the President’s eligibility once in office is not justiciable? Or am I wrong about that?”

    207 posted on 07/24/2010 12:40:44 PM PDT by rosettasister


    To: rosettasister

    From Dr Conspiracy

    “The question, though, is what Mario Apuzzo has learned from losing the appeal. Has he learned something about standing? Has he learned that the President’s eligibility once in office is not justiciable? Or am I wrong about that?”

    You’re wrong as usual. What I’ve learned Dr. CON that the US judiciary frequently disagrees with itself, and the Supreme Court frequently overturns the Appellate Courts. It doesn’t take much of an effort to see that SCOTUS slaps the lower courts down with regularity.

    U.S. Supreme Court looks over 9th Circuit’s shoulder This term, justices reversed, at least partially, 94% of the Western appeals court’s rulings….”

    Then there is the judicial doctrine of “Ripeness” as you never know when SCOTUS may feel it is time to hear the Obama eligibility issue …”worthy” of adjudication.

    221 posted on 07/25/2010 8:02:09 AM PDT by Red Steel

    (Well, Dr C asked!)

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  44. rosettasister Says:

    Please see this Red Steel post on the Obama – Odinga connection.

    Especially important considering what is going on in Kenya today.


  45. rosettasister Says:

    Department of Homeland Security Continues to Monitor Public Intelligence


    A recent “Privacy Impact Assessment” from the Department of Homeland Security lists Public Intelligence among the websites actively monitored by the DHS National Operations Center (NOC) for “situational awareness”. The report describes the monitoring as part of the “Publicly Available Social Media Monitoring and Situational Awareness Initiative”:

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  46. rosettasister Says:

    Know Your Enemy

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  47. rosettasister Says:



    Bryan Jennings: Mr. Mann, in the June 21 Elkhart forum, you said that you disagreed with Alan Jilka that the president was a citizen of the United States, and that, quote, “The president needs to prove his citizenship.”

    Are you a birther?

    Tracey Mann: I think the president of the United States needs to come forth with his papers and show everyone that he’s an American citizen and put this issue to bed once and for all.

  48. rosettasister Says:

    Freeper thread on above transcript:


  49. rosettasister Says:

    Good question!

    What do you do if the guy living in the White House uses Social Security number 042-68-XXXX that was actually issued in the State of Connecticut between 1977 and 1979 to an individual who was born in 1890?


    But what do you do if the guy living in the White House uses Social Security number 042-68-XXXX that was actually issued in the State of Connecticut between 1977 and 1979 to an individual who was born in 1890?

    Interestingly, the SSN does not appear in the Social Security death index and now has two dates of birth tied to it: Aug. 4, 1961 and the year 1890.

    As a US Senator, this man used an entirely different Social Security number—282-90-XXXX.

    It should have been pretty easy for the federal government’s paymaster to flag this one since this is the best known person in America.

    The latter Social Security number was used by Sen. Barack Hussein Obama and the former one was used by Obama when he moved to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

    No one in the federal government or, for that matter, in the Social Security Administration seemed to notice the slight discrepancy.

    A guy with the same name in the Oval Office and the Hart Office Building were using different SSN numbers?

    Is there a bureaucrat anywhere in Washington, DC who thinks there are two Barack Obama’s running around Washington?

    Okay. It’s possible.

    But, not in the US government—one in the Senate and one in the White House. If there was, everyone in the country would know that.

    But I guess it would be possible to have “name coincidence” in the District.

    But, how about 27 of them all named Barack Hussein Obama?

    That’s not like being named John Smith where you have a couple dozen in every phone book in America.

    (I don’t know where this stands today, since apparently we’re not allowed to Question With Boldness. Still, I think it’s a net positive if more and more suspect Obama’s hiding “something.”)

  50. rosettasister Says:

    No wonder Obama Hates Arizonans

    We actually report the news here:


    Still seeking an explanation for Obama’s SSN 042-68-4425

    The SSA neither issues Connecticut SSNs to Hawaiian residents nor does it ‘recycle’ dead people’s SSNs


  51. rosettasister Says:

    Obama’s Phony Connecticut SS#: Gibbs Refuses to Answer


  52. rosettasister Says:

    Is Obama constitutionally eligible to serve?

    WND’s complete archive of news reports on the issue


  53. rosettasister Says:

    Three issues which “stick in my craw” of late.

    stick in your craw

    1. (old-fashioned) if a situation or someone’s behaviour sticks in your craw, it annoys you, usually because you think it is wrong


    1. George W Bush deficits versus Barack H Obama deficits

    I’ve posted a lot on that, but will be doing some recapping.

    2. Bush versus Obama record on job creation.

    Time to set the record straight.

    3. The diminishing private sector under Obama

    This is the one that scares me the most.

    Some states are faring better, but how long can we keep the feds at bay?

    We do live in a republic, let’s not lose it.

    I’ve said this before, but it bears repeating.

    So many on the left fear BigGovernment.

    Please tell me why you support Obama who is hell bent on growing the public sector at the expense of the private sector.

  54. rosettasister Says:

    45% — 55%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    (Surprised Obama’s numbers still this low considering how bad Repubs are at countering Dems talking points.)

  55. rosettasister Says:

    July 26, 2010

    58% Favor Repeal of Health Care Bill, But 48% Say It’s Unlikely

    Arizona Republican Primary: McCain 54%, Hayworth 34%

    Discover (R) Small Business Watch (SM): Confidence Falls Again in July

    July 25, 2010

    41% in Florida More Likely to Vote For Independent This Election, 30% Less Likely

    Taxes Jumps In Importance, But Economy Still The Main Issue on Voters’ Minds

    70% Say Concert Tickets Cost Too Much

    Rasmussen Reports

  56. rosettasister Says:

    58% Favor Repeal of Health Care Bill, But 48% Say It’s Unlikely

    Repeal, Replace, Change, Improve

    Paging Regina Herzlinger!

  57. rosettasister Says:

    Real Clear Politics

    Missouri Senate – Blunt vs. Carnahan Post-Dispatch/Mason-Dixon Blunt 48, Carnahan 42 Blunt +6

    Arizona Senate – Republican Primary Rasmussen Reports McCain 54, Hayworth 34 McCain +20

    Oklahoma Governor – Fallin vs. Edmondson Sooner Poll Fallin 47, Edmondson 39 Fallin +8

    Tennessee Governor – Haslam vs. McWherter Mason-Dixon Haslam 49, McWherter 31 Haslam +18

  58. rosettasister Says:

    Bernanke right, Geithner wrong on Bush tax cuts


    Congress seems on both sides of the issue — of course!

    I know you guys are worried about the $1.5 trillion budget deficit. So am I. And I know the president campaigned against extending the tax cuts.

    But as I told Congress, the economic outlook was “unusually uncertain.”

    I’d prefer that the few monetary policy bullets I have left stay in the barrel.

    So maybe you guys could help with fiscal policy.

    While letting all the Bush tax cuts expire would help lower the budget deficit by $341 billion over the next two years, it would also be

    *** the equivalent of about 3 percent of GDP in fiscal tightening ***

    over that period.

    Letting rates rise on just the wealthy would be less contractionary, but could still bite.

    Here’s the thing:

    Your Treasury economists have found that capital gains taxes, mostly paid by the rich, have a big economic impact.

    Cutting them could generate enough growth to recoup 50 percent of the lost revenue.

    And I just ran across a Berkeley study hinting that the tax burden on higher earners may be at the point of diminishing returns.

    And if you look at history, cutting capital gains taxes is followed by more initial public offerings and more venture capital.

    That’s all good stuff.

    Plus, letting income taxes on the “rich” expire would raise taxes on two-thirds of small business profits.

    Just to be on the safe side, maybe we should leave rates alone for the next year or so.

    As for the deficit, you probably saw that POTUS’s commission may agree to match every $3 in spending cuts with $1 in tax increases.

    Getting that sorted out correctly is more important than short-term tax revenue.



  59. rosettasister Says:

    Kudlow: WH dismissive of business complaints


    From the Great One, Larry Kudlow:

    There are two big things that businesses want right now:

    One is an across-the-board corporate tax cut, including cash expensing for investment.

    This is the single most powerful job-creator of all.

    The other is a senior business executive in one of the key economic policy slots in the White House.

    Neither of these requests seems to be on the table.

    But to conclude that the White House is burying the hatchet with business you’d have to see these conditions met.

    So far it ain’t happening.

  60. rosettasister Says:


  61. rosettasister Says:


    To: Red Steel

    Thanks for posting this.

    The Obama — Odinga connection is still not being covered.


    U.S. aid to Kenya to push easing of abortion laws hit

    Millions spent on new charter


    White House Spent $23M of Taxpayer Money to Back Kenyan Constitution That Legalizes Abortion, GOP Reps Say


    Obama Ambassador to Kenya Openly Endorses Proposed Pro-Abortion Constitution



    It just makes me sick to my stomach that our “free” press willfully chooses not to cover this.

    219 posted on 07/25/2010 9:16:56 AM PDT by rosettasister


    To: rosettasister

    His obsession with killing babies is for population control.

    I could post dozens of links to back this up, but it’s Sunday and I have better things to do.

    He’s very big on population control as was his pal Ayers who said we need at least 25 million bumped off. But that was many years ago.

    I imagine that number he wants gone is now closer to 50-75 million.

    If they can get rid of the baby boomers with lack of health care via the Death care bill, and kill a big percentage of babies, they might reach that goal without it appearing it was really “m urder”.

    226 posted on 07/25/2010 10:59:50 AM PDT by mojitojoe

    (Wow, that’s pretty harsh. But there’s no denying Obama is the most pro-abortion president we’ve ever had.)

    (And don’t forget it was Odinga who had Corsi jailed.)

    (As far as the proposed Kenya constitution, the “No” camp also opposes the kadhi courts which are sharia courts.)

  62. rosettasister Says:


    To: JDW11235

    The corrupt judiciary and the corrupt legislature are running interference for the poser-in-chief. What a scam.

    4 posted on Monday, July 26, 2010 4:59:08 AM by x_plus_one


    To: x_plus_one

    No judge will ever touch this, because were it to play out in such a way that we found out Obama was indeed a foreign national, the race riots that would ensue when he was removed from office would be catastrophic.

    Every judge and politician has been briefed on this, you can be sure.

    That’s why they all say the same thing over and over about this issue.

    For the record, I’m not a birther – more of a curiosity hound.

    23 posted on Monday, July 26, 2010 6:04:30 AM by RightFighter

    (Maybe so.)

  63. rosettasister Says:

    For the record, this is a good argument for not covering the eligibility issue.

    And there are other good arguments.

    But calling “birthers” crazy and/or racists.

    That was a mistake.

  64. rosettasister Says:


    To: rosettasister

    BTW, I am praying that Repubs take back the House, because one-party rule scares the you know what out of me.

    So I’ve been saying for a while:

    Repub candidates should not “go there” as regards the eligibility issue.

    But if asked, just say as far as you know, Obama is eligible.

    But Americans have the right to ask any question they wish.

    For example, a constituent might ask, why does Obama have more than one Social Security number?

    You know, the question Gibbs still hasn’t answered.

    99 posted on Monday, July 26, 2010 10:21:53 AM by rosettasister

  65. rosettasister Says:

    Senate hopeful Buck regrets criticism of Tea Party birthers


  66. rosettasister Says:

    Judges evade Obama birth-certificate query

    Abandon plans to penalize attorney whose clients challenged eligibility


    Judges on the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals suddenly have abandoned plans to assess damages against an attorney whose clients are challenging Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president after he argued that if there was to be punishment, he would have the right to know whether the defendants could have mitigated their injury by publicly releasing Obama’s birth documentation.

    The decision came from Judge Dolores Sloviter in the Kerchner vs. Obama case handled by attorney Mario Apuzzo.

  67. rosettasister Says:

    Eligibility doubts flooding state-level races

    Even those who believe Obama legitimate say answers needed


  68. rosettasister Says:


    To: butterdezillion

    I think we may be headed toward race riots if Obama and his DOJ are NOT stopped.

    (There is a lot of ill will today. I can’t believe what I’m hearing coming out of my husband’s mouth. And he’s usually on an even keel.)

    This guy has done more to damage race relations than anybody I can think of.


    But I don’t think it’s necessarily fear of race riots that makes the judges fearful of this.

    I think it may be that Soros and the Islamists have joined together to make the electronic run on the bank and hold the entire world economy hostage – the Islamists in order to institute sharia-compliant finance and thereby force the entire world to be subject to sharia in order to buy and sell (a stealth way to get rid of infidels), and Soros to undo capitalism.

    I believe that at the secret meetings between Congress, Bernanke, Paulson, Bush, etc, it was made clear that there was an ultimatum: bail out the banks and elect Obama or else there will be another run and world capitalism will fall.

    Bush at that time was saying that if they didn’t do the bank bailouts it would be the end of the Western world.

    I believe he said that at gunpoint, basically.

    (I don’t know. I think we should stick to the facts, not speculation. Pure speculation on my part — some fears are founded, some unfounded. But I am looking forward to hearing more from you on Obama BC # Is that still a go or having second thoughts?)

    I believe it is the beast out of the sea and the beast out of the land – corrupt government and corrupt religion working together to serve Satan.

    If it’s the time when God allows them to have the authority to do this, I expect things to get very bad very soon.

    (Some have said this is a self-fulfilling prophecy. There’s a lot of disinformation out there.)

    Race riots would be nothing compared to what we’ll face.

    (Again, I just don’t know. Obama could go a long way in turning down the heat on this pressure cooker. If he ever decides to be everyone’s president.)

    (We do know Obama is hiding “something.” But we don’t know for sure if that “something” would make him ineligible.)

    102 posted on Monday, July 26, 2010 10:58:18 AM by rosettasister

  69. rosettasister Says:

    Migrants sell up and flee Arizona ahead of crackdown


    The law, the toughest imposed by any U.S. state to curb illegal immigration, seeks to drive more than 400,000 undocumented day labourers, landscapers, house cleaners, chambermaids and other workers out of Arizona, which borders Mexico.

    It makes being an illegal immigrant a state crime and requires state and local police, during lawful contact, to investigate the status of anyone they reasonably suspect of being an illegal immigrant.

    The U.S. government estimates 100,000 unauthorized migrants left Arizona after the state passed an employer sanctions law three years ago requiring companies to verify workers’ status using a federal computer system.

    There are no figures for the number who have left since the new law passed in April.

    Some are heading back to Mexico or to neighbouring states.

    Others are staying put and taking their chances.

    In a sign of a gathering exodus, Mexican businesses from grocers and butcher shops to diners and beauty salons have shut their doors in recent weeks as their owners and clients leave.

    On Saturday and Sunday, Reuters counted dozens of impromptu yard sales in Latino neighbourhoods in central and west Phoenix/

    “They wanted to drive Hispanics out of Arizona and they have succeeded even before the law even comes into effect,” said Aguilar, 28, a mother of three young children who was also offering a few cherished pictures and a stereo at one of five sales on the same block.

    She said she had taken in just $20 as “everyone is selling and nobody wants to buy.”


    If Obama would secure the border and protect all Arizonans, these people could stay.

    There are solutions which don’t involve granting citizenship to illegal immigrants.

    But Obama would rather leave open this festering wound on our border with Mexico.

    He wants amnesty, he wants votes, he wants power.

  70. rosettasister Says:

    Chief Deputy Dave Hendershott

    Third Maricopa County supervisor investigated for improper use of funds

    ’09 records reveal Kunasek was accused of improper spending


    Most recently, Hendershott said Kunasek knew he was the subject of a criminal investigation when Kunasek voted with two other board members to authorize hiring mediator Kenneth Feinberg.

    Feinberg will help resolve potential lawsuits from supervisors, judges and others stemming from investigations by Thomas and Arpaio.

    Hendershott said Kunasek should have recused himself because he knew he was under investigation.

    Hendershott also said Kunasek could benefit from the hiring because he also may file a claim against the county.

    Attorneys for the board said Kunasek’s vote was proper.

    On July 10, Hendershott sent a letter to the county’s risk manager and the media, threatening to release grand-jury testimony and other evidence involving the sweeps cases.

    Smith insisted such records instead be turned over to the FBI or Justice Department.

  71. rosettasister Says:

    “What I really resent the administration won’t back the state of Arizona and in fact it attacks Arizona.

    Does it ever do anything about the sanctuary cities that thumb their nose at federal immigration law?

    No, that is fine with the Obama administration.

    But when a state tries to enforce the law, let’s sue them, boycott them. That is baloney.”

    -U.S. Senate Republican Whip Jon Kyl speaking with FNC’s Greta Van Susteren about the Obama administration’s campaign against the State of Arizona and its people when it comes to enforcing immigration law.

    Aired July 22, 2010.

  72. rosettasister Says:

    Giffords, a Democrat, represents Arizona’s 8th District–hardly a liberal stronghold.

    Located in southeast Arizona, along the border the district went for John McCain in 2008 by six points and for George W. Bush twice, albeit not by massive margins.

    Giffords’ voting record may also present an issue.

    She voted for Cap-and-Trade and ObamaCare, likely to be hard sells in a conservative-leaning western seat.

    The White House, Speaker Pelosi, and the DCCC have all made the case that those bills will be embraced by the American people, Arizona’s 8th will test that argument.


    GOP candidates confident in District 8 race


    Paton said his political experience is what separates him from his opponents. Paton served in the Arizona Legislature as a District 30 senator before resigning to run for congress.

    Paton said he also has numbers to prove he can beat Giffords in the general election.

    A poll conducted by the Tarrance Group and paid for by the Paton campaign, gave Paton a 45 percent approval rating, while Giffords had 44 percent.

  73. rosettasister Says:

  74. rosettasister Says:

    Pentagon Faces Growing Pressures to Trim Budget


    “We’re going to have to take a hard look at defense if we are going to be serious about deficit reduction,” said Erskine B. Bowles, a chief of staff to President Bill Clinton who is a co-chairman of the deficit commission.

    Senator Judd Gregg, a Republican from New Hampshire who is also on the debt commission, said that if the panel pushes for cuts in discretionary spending, “defense should be looked at,” perhaps through another base-closing commission.

  75. rosettasister Says:

    Displaced Workers Assistance


    For those who have been directly impacted by layoffs in Southern Wisconsin, the links below provide helpful online resources on available assistance programs.

    (click link to access these links.)

    Should you need additional assistance in connecting with these local, state, and federal organizations, please call my office at 1-888-909-RYAN (7926).

  76. rosettasister Says:

    Here’s what ‘Obama money’ is doing for you – in Kenya!

    3 Republican congressmen reveal president secretly spent $23 million

    By Jerome R. Corsi


    Islamic courts

    The proposed constitution would also give legal status to what are known as “Kadhi Courts,” constituting an Islamic judicial structure within the overall structure of the Kenyan legal structure, to resolve disputes between Muslims under Shariah, or Islamic law.

    Critics have charged that the constitutional provision to codify Kadhi Courts would violate the separation of state and religion by allowing Islamic law to have official legal status.

    WND previously reported that in the 2007 presidential campaign in Kenya, Raila Odinga – the presidential candidate of the Orange Democratic Party and a Luo tribesman like Obama’s father – signed an undisclosed memorandum of understanding with radical Muslims in Kenya to expand Islamic law within the country in exchange for Muslim support of his candidacy.

    As reported by Ecumenical News International in the U.K., many Kenyans believe the provision in the proposed referendum that would establish Kadhi Courts is a fulfillment of the agreement Odinga made with Sheik Abdullah Abdi, the chairman of the National Muslim Leaders Forum.

    (And Odinga threw Corsi in jail.)

  77. rosettasister Says:

    Congressman: Obama buying votes in Kenya

    Pumping $23 million into measure advancing abortion, Islamic law


    In a separate development, President Obama’s ties with convicted federal felon Tony Rezko and his continued involvement in politics in Kenya have surfaced once again in the ongoing effort of key Democrats, including Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., to arrange a public-private bailout for failed ShoreBank Corp. in Chicago.

    The developing ShoreBank controversy also has a Kenyan tie to Obama.

  78. rosettasister Says:

    ShoreBank: Is There a Rezko Connection?


  79. rosettasister Says:

    Good stuff








  80. rosettasister Says:

    “The Future”

    Give me back my broken night
    my mirrored room, my secret life
    it’s lonely here,
    there’s no one left to torture
    Give me absolute control
    over every living soul
    And lie beside me, baby,
    that’s an order!
    Give me crack and anal sex
    Take the only tree that’s left
    and stuff it up the hole
    in your culture
    Give me back the Berlin wall
    give me Stalin and St Paul
    I’ve seen the future, brother:
    it is murder.

    Things are going to slide, slide in all directions
    Won’t be nothing
    Nothing you can measure anymore
    The blizzard, the blizzard of the world
    has crossed the threshold
    and it has overturned
    the order of the soul
    When they said REPENT REPENT
    I wonder what they meant
    When they said REPENT REPENT
    I wonder what they meant
    When they said REPENT REPENT
    I wonder what they meant

    You don’t know me from the wind
    you never will, you never did
    I’m the little jew
    who wrote the Bible
    I’ve seen the nations rise and fall
    I’ve heard their stories, heard them all
    but love’s the only engine of survival
    Your servant here, he has been told
    to say it clear, to say it cold:
    It’s over, it ain’t going
    any further
    And now the wheels of heaven stop
    you feel the devil’s riding crop
    Get ready for the future:
    it is murder

    Things are going to slide …

    There’ll be the breaking of the ancient
    western code
    Your private life will suddenly explode
    There’ll be phantoms
    There’ll be fires on the road
    and the white man dancing
    You’ll see a woman
    hanging upside down
    her features covered by her fallen gown
    and all the lousy little poets
    coming round
    tryin’ to sound like Charlie Manson
    and the white man dancin’

    Give me back the Berlin wall
    Give me Stalin and St Paul
    Give me Christ
    or give me Hiroshima
    Destroy another fetus now
    We don’t like children anyhow
    I’ve seen the future, baby:
    it is murder

    Things are going to slide …

    When they said REPENT REPENT …

  81. rosettasister Says:

    Elephant Mountain is a 1969 album by The Youngbloods.

    It was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

    Track listing

    1.”Darkness, Darkness” — 3:51
    2.”Smug”* — 2:13
    3.”On Sir Francis Drake” — 6:44
    4.”Sunlight” — 3:07
    5.”Double Sunlight” — 0:41
    6.”Beautiful” — 3:49
    7.”Turn It Over” — 0:15

    8.”Rain Song (Don’t Let the Rain Bring You Down)” — 3:13
    9.”Trillium” — 3:08
    10.”Quicksand”* — 2:41
    11.”Black Mountain Breakdown” — 0:40
    12.”Sham”* — 2:44
    13.”Ride the Wind” — 6:37


  82. rosettasister Says:

    Generic Congressional Vote Gallup Republicans 44, Democrats 48 Democrats +4

    Generic Congressional Vote Rasmussen Reports Republicans 46, Democrats 36 Republicans +10


    Obviously both Gallup and Rasmussen can’t be right.

    I think Rasmussen polls “likely voters.”

    That’s a 14 point swing.

    Even if you split the difference, it’s Republicans +3

    which sounds about right.

  83. rosettasister Says:

    For Future Reference

    Economic and Financial Data for Switzerland


  84. rosettasister Says:





  85. rosettasister Says:


    “Private versus Public Shares in GDP, and Different Sectors”

    “value added by firm ownership”

  86. rosettasister Says:

    De Rugy on the Big Lie of 3 Million Stimulus Jobs


  87. rosettasister Says:

    “William Boyes, an economics professor at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, estimates that the government now owns or controls businesses that generate about one-third of U.S. economic activity. With the passage of the health care bill, which makes up about 18 percent of the economy, government’s involvement in the private sector has eclipsed the 50 percent threshold.”

  88. rosettasister Says:

    Experts ask: Is America moving away from a free-market economy?


  89. rosettasister Says:

    William Boyes

    Contact Information

    Office: BAC 651
    Mailing Address:
    Main Campus
    PO BOX 873806
    Tempe, AZ 85287-3806

    Phone: 480-965-5504
    Fax: 480-965-0748
    Email: William.Boyes@asu.edu

  90. rosettasister Says:

    William Boyes


  91. rosettasister Says:

    William Boyes

    May 26, 2010


    3. Data released recently show that

    the private sector accounted for only 42 percent of income;

    the public sector accounted for 58 percent.

    The Obamacare is a takeover of about 1/6 of the economy.

    The student loan program is now totally a government industry.

    The financial regulation bills mking their way through Congress is a government takover of another 1/6 of the economy.


    “the government now owns or controls businesses that generate about (what percent) of U.S. economic activity”

    I’m interested in

    what percent the government owns

    what percent the government controls

    what percent still in private hands


    “value added by firm ownership” China 2003

    Click to access cato%20china06.pdf

    Table 1 Page 277


    Private Sector 59.2

    Public Sector 40.8

    I’m looking for same data for United States, other countries to compare and contrast. And I want to make sure I’m not comparing apples with oranges.

  92. rosettasister Says:

    Okay, I emailed the good professor hoping he can point me in the right direction.

    Three Dem talking points Repubs must do better job countering

    1. Bush v Obama deficits and debt

    2. Bush v Obama jobs created (private v public sector)

    3. Our diminishing private sector

  93. rosettasister Says:

    44% — 56%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  94. rosettasister Says:

    July 27, 2010

    54% Favor Justice Department Action Against Sanctuary Cities

    Alabama Senate: Shelby (R) 59%, Barnes (D) 29%

    Rasmussen Reports

  95. rosettasister Says:

    New Hampshire Senate – Ayotte vs. Hodes PPP (D) Ayotte 45, Hodes 42 Ayotte +3

    New Hampshire Senate – Binnie vs. Hodes PPP (D) Binnie 46, Hodes 41 Binnie +5

    New Mexico 1st District – Barela vs. Heinrich SurveyUSA Barela 51, Heinrich 45 Barela +6

    Real Clear Politics

  96. rosettasister Says:

    Another really close race

    Maryland Governor – Ehrlich vs. O’Malley

    Gonzales Res. 7/13 – 7/21 807 LV 45 42 O’Malley +3

    PPP (D) 7/10 – 7/12 569 RV 45 42 O’Malley +3

    Rasmussen Reports 7/8 – 7/8 500 LV 46 47 Ehrlich +1

    Magellan Strategies (R) 6/29 – 6/29 752 LV 43 46 Ehrlich +3

  97. rosettasister Says:

    PPP (D) 7/16 – 7/18 630 RV 48 46 Reid +2

    Rasmussen Reports 7/12 – 7/12 750 LV 43 46 Angle +3

  98. rosettasister Says:

    Hoping and praying Mr Hewitt is correct. My gut tells me even Repubs winning House going to be very close.

    Tuesday, July 27, 2010

    The Democrats’ November Death Wish

    Posted by: Hugh Hewitt



    Liberal commentators are ignoring the transparent attempt by Chuck Schumer to protect the left’s money machine at a cost of a carve out for the NRA, but new media has already shattered the attempt to pass this off as “campaign finance reform.”

    Every time the president or one of the union-dependant Democrats speaks up on behalf of the law, the majority of voters just laugh at the shamelessness of the ploy.

    Democrats continue to think that voters are as dumb as rocks, but they aren’t, and on this issue they know the score.

    The Manhattan-Beltway media elite have fundamentally misunderstood or refused to believe what is happening in front of their eyes, and their blindness has apparently led the MSM-addicted Congressional Democrats to ignore the issues that do concern voters while pushing forward an agenda that deeply offends an already outraged electorate.

    The president’s deep-seated ideology similarly renders him incapable of understanding the depth of the rejection of his agenda that is sweeping the country.

    Taken all together the Democrats are not merely headed towards a political cliff, they are sprinting towards it.

  99. rosettasister Says:

    The AP Wire reports that Republicans will filibuster the campaign finance bill as Democrats are unable to gain any support from the legislation form across the aisle


  100. rosettasister Says:


    BTW, the weighting of the Reuters polls was 46 percent Ds, 39 percent Rs
    about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck .

    and here is the poll http://bit.ly/aEx4mk
    about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck .

    actually, generic ballot is 46-44
    about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck .

    Reuters-Ipsos poll:

    O approval at 48, -2.

    “Strongly disapprove” + 5 to 31;

    Generic ballot Rs 48, Ds 46;

    Rs 72% certain to vote vs. Ds 49

    about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck

  101. rosettasister Says:

    Ken Buck: Birthers are ‘Rude’ and ‘Wrong’


    Birthers behaving badly? Probably.

    But Buck is making a bad situation worse.

    This is the best Repubs can do?!

  102. rosettasister Says:

    Buck went too far on “birthers”

    Yes, questions about Obama’s citizenship can be annoying, but the candidate would do better to just answer them honestly.



  103. rosettasister Says:


    On WikiLeaks and U.S. — Pakistan Relations


    VAN SUSTEREN: Is it catastrophic, or can we, quote, “manage” it, you know, this whole thing? I mean, how — where is this headed?

    BOLTON: I don’t think we know, but I don’t think we have any choice.

    I think the fundamental strategic interest of the United States with respect to Pakistan is making sure that its very large supply of nuclear weapons, publicly estimated between 60 and 200, don’t fall into the hands of Taliban or al Qaeda.

    VAN SUSTEREN: But the spy agency, I assume, ISI — and I remember all the discussion about A.Q. Khan, who’s now at least under house arrest, supposedly, or some sort of…

    BOLTON: More or less.

    VAN SUSTEREN: … more or less, right — in Pakistan — I mean,

    if the spy agency is the one that is supplying our enemy and if they have access to the nuclear program,

    I don’t know why we can have the least sense of comfort.

    BOLTON: Well, I think — I think we have every reason to be worried about it.

    It goes to a basic question, how we think we’re best going to advantage ourselves to keep control.

    That’s personally why I favored keeping Pervez Musharraf in power.

    I thought he was more likely to be able to purge the ISI of the radical Islamicists than anyone else.

    VAN SUSTEREN: You know, it’s so bizarre because when we were over there with Secretary of State Clinton — we’ve been over there to Pakistan twice.

    You see all this hand-shaking, all this agreement.

    Everyone’s all friends and wonderful and we’re going to work together.

    And then you come home and you read these horrible things that are going on,

    whether it’s the rich siphoning off the money from the poor

    or even we’re giving $500 million to a country last week that’s supplying our enemy.

    BOLTON: We’re not there because we like these people particularly, because we think they’re paragons of democracy or anything else.

    We’re there because there’s an American strategic interest.

    Is it enough to make you tear your hair out and worry about how much money we’re wasting? Absolutely.

    Is it enough to say, We’re sick of these people, we’re not going to get involved?

    *** Not unless you’re prepared to risk a substantial amount of nuclear weapons being given to the Taliban. ***

    VAN SUSTEREN: I will say this, though, that Secretary of State Clinton has always used very tough words to the Pakistanis, at least when I’ve been there.

    BOLTON: Well, I think a lot of it’s got to be beneath the surface.

    I mean, we have to find ways to help the good guys — that is to say, the non-radicals…

    (We can’t just “dump” Pakistan. If we do that, we may as well just pack up and come home.)

  104. rosettasister Says:


    To: wideawake

    I suppose the solution is that no candidate should ever say anything off-script in the presence of anyone who has not been strip-searched for recording devices. Otherwise, the candidate is apparently a “fool.”


    Nah. I give up. You’re right. He should say what he thinks, by all means.

    It really helps tell who people shouldn’t vote for if the candidate is candid.

    As if we haven’t had enough Democrats tell us TEA party ‘birthers’ (gratuitously noting that not all TEA party people are ‘birthers’) we’re “dumbasses” without electing a Republican to do that?

    He crapped in his messkit.

    Part of what people are sick of is having some sanctimonious peckerhead tell them they are stupid, and that the all wise gubmint will handle it.

    His contempt for his supporters will bite him in the end. Just because he displayed it in what he thought was private and discreet company doesn’t mean he meant it any less, rather, that would be the time the candidate’s true sentiments were voiced.

    Blame whom you will, but he was the dumbass who said it.

    110 posted on 07/26/2010 5:25:38 PM PDT by Smokin’ Joe (How often God must weep at humans’ folly. Stand fast. God knows what He is doing.)


    To: Smokin’ Joe

    I think it would be a service to the voters of America if each candidate was required to get drunk and answer questions when their political inhibitions were gone and all they would give is their gut-level stance.

    115 posted on 07/27/2010 11:07:00 AM PDT by butterdezillion

  105. rosettasister Says:

    I hope birthers aren’t dumb asses!

    I mean, if this guy gets nominated, VOTE REPUBLICAN!

    Our republic is at stake!

  106. rosettasister Says:

    Matthews’ Muddled Logic: GOP Candidate Heard Criticizing Birthers Is ‘Macaca 2.0’



    Geez Louise!

    Repub candidates, this is how you answer eligibility questions:

    “As far as I know, Obama is eligible.”

    If pressed:

    “Americans have every right to ask any question they wish.”

    Whatever you do, don’t call birthers “dumb asses.”

    Or “rude” or “wrong”

    Just don’t go there!

  107. rosettasister Says:

    Paul Ryan says he’s trying to provide leadership for “decentralized” GOP


    God Willing!

  108. rosettasister Says:

    I like Glenn Beck, but he’s making the story too much about Glenn Beck.

    Still, some of his words do resonate with me.

    “Ensure that man continues his crawl from the swamp to the stars.”


    Here we stand at that epic choice:

    Do we let them finally conquer the American spirit or do we stand again and shake off the ever-forming chains?

    Reclaim our rightful place by picking up our God-given responsibilities to ensure that man continues his crawl from the swamp to the stars.

    Stand, for you are man — and what is more, you are an American.

    Let them cry racism. I ask you to stand and cry: freedom. All men, all races, all creeds: Freedom.

    Freedom from want, freedom of religion, of speech. Freedom from a monolithic and faceless bureaucracy that make your choice for you.

    Many slave owners put a happy face on taking a man’s freedom away.

    But as Frederick Douglass understood, a kind and benevolent slave owner is still a slave owner.

    We solved this fundamental question a hundred years ago, but the evils of man have conspired to forge a new chain, one of help and handouts and health care, but a chain nonetheless.

    This is your choice:

    Kiss the hand that feeds you or fight for your right to eat, sleep, work, worship as you wish.

    Man must speak while man can speak.

    I have learned a lot in the last 12 months. We do not need to call people names, nor do we have to, their words are evidence enough.

    They cannot make the argument in the open for they know no man of any color would choose to be enslaved.

    I do not think those in power and those who seek even more power are racists, as I have come to understand that racism is too small of a word.

    I believe they will enslave any man — no matter the color, no matter the party.

    In the end, if America chooses this new path, all knees shall bend and all heads will bow to a new earthly king.

    This story that we are seeing unfold, is a story as old as man himself.

    To make this about me or the president, is to mock the point in history at which we find ourselves at.

    We are small and insignificant. The choice is monumental and universal.

    And once again we are asked to choose.

    I believe that Americans will again draw the line between them and those who currently hold the keys that control the force of the greatest and most powerful nation on Earth behind them

    — those who would be our kings,

    those who would blaspheme our sacred American ideals while they cry racism.

    Americans, stand in the fire of God’s truth and once again cry freedom.

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    “Phony Mae and Frauddie Mac”

    Sharron Angle

    Meanwhile, down the Las Vegas strip at the conservative RightOnline conference, Angle was needling Reid for boasting about “doing more” in Congress.

    Angle said it’s time for Reid to “stop doing more,” and for Congress to employ “simple solutions” to improve the economy, such as reducing marginal tax rates.

    “We need to look at what caused the problems,” Angle also said, advocating for auditing the Federal Reserve, and for liquidating mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – or as she called them, “Phony Mae and Frauddie Mac.”

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    Every once in a while, I post old songs in the same order as in the past.













  114. rosettasister Says:

    May 4, 2010

    House Races in 2010

    This year, there are more than 90 vulnerable House seats.


    May 06, 2010

    Ranking Those 99 House Races by Degree of Difficulty for GOP Challengers



    Time to concentrate on winning back the House.

  115. rosettasister Says:

    Democrats currently hold 35 of the 40 seats deemed most likely to flip


  116. rosettasister Says:

    Republicans need to gain 40 seats to take over the House of Representatives, so they have targeted those who they consider are the 40 most vulnerable Democrats.

    They’re going all out to defeat them.

    (But some Repub seats likely to flip to Dems. So Repubs are going to have to do better than 40.)

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    According to Real Clear Politics, these are the 32 most important races. Of course, this list may get longer or shorter as November approaches. I know I’ll be working on AZ races and neighboring states.

    Working against Dems I probably would have voted for in the past.

    But the main thing in 2010 is to fire Nancy Pelosi.

    And to end one-party rule.

    Toss Up (31)

    AL2: Bright (D)

    AR1: Open (D)

    AZ5: Mitchell (D)
    AZ8: Giffords (D)

    CA11: McNerney (D)

    FL2: Boyd (D)
    FL22: Klein (D)
    FL24: Kosmas (D)
    FL8: Grayson (D)

    IN9: Hill (D)

    MA10: Delahunt (D)

    MI1: Open (D)

    MO4: Skelton (D)

    NM1: Heinrich (D)

    NY1: Bishop (D)
    NY13: McMahon (D)
    NY19: Hall (D)
    NY23: Owens (D)
    NY24: Arcuri (D)

    OH13: Sutton (D)
    OH18: Space (D)

    PA12: Open (D)
    PA3: Dahlkemper (D)
    PA8: Murphy (D)

    SC5: Spratt (D)

    VA11: Connolly (D)
    VA2: Nye (D)
    VA9: Boucher (D)

    WA3: Open (D)

    WI7: Open (D)

    WV1: Open (D)

    Toss Up (1)

    IL10: Open (R)

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    Michael E. Salla


    Dr. Michael Salla is a pioneer in the development of exopolitics. He is the author of several books that include Exopolitics: Political Implications of the Extraterrestrial Presence. Dr. Salla was an Assistant Professor/Researcher in Residence in the School of International Service, American University from 1996-2004. He has a PhD in Government from the University of Queensland, Australia.

    He is also the Founder of the Exopolitics Institute, a non-profit organization that analyzes the political implications of the extraterrestrial presence. In addition, he is Convener of the June 2006 Hawaii Conference on World Peace and Extraterrestrial Civilizations that will focus on space weapons issues.


    • Exposing U.S. Government Policies on Extraterrestrial Life
    • Exopolitics: Political Implications Of The Extraterrestrial Presence
    • The Hero’s Journey: Toward a Second American Century

  122. rosettasister Says:

    James Gilliland

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    I haven’t watched these yet.

    I’m sure there’s something of value.

    The mistake most people make is to assume that their experiences are universal.

  127. rosettasister Says:

    New Thread:

    Michael E. Salla — The next window for disclosure


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    New Thread:

    Michael E. Salla — The next window for disclosure


  131. rosettasister Says:

    Commenting over here this morning.


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    New Thread:

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