Saturday, September 20, 2008

Ron Paul Again

RNC Corrects Oklahoma Delegate Vote
The Republican National Committee official delegate Presidential nominee vote count numbers show Oklahoma's 41 votes have been changed to show 39 votes for John McCain and 2 votes for Ron Paul, according to State Chairman Gary Jones.

Boy, that really makes a difference! Will that finally make the Paulies happy? I think not!
The two votes actually are Huckabee votes not Ron Paul's. In the February Presidential primary Huckabee won two districts. After he got out of the race he released his votes. Huckabee did suggest that the delegates vote for McCain. One of those delegates said he was voting for Paul even though he took an oath to vote for McCain. The other delegate said he would support McCain then changed his mind and voted for Paul. In Oklahoma Ron Paul received less than 2% of the votes.

It is amazing how these Paulies continue to support there candidate after they lose and lose big. What part of the word 'lose' do they not understand?

The most appalling part, the Paulies are not supporting McCain/Palin! They will either not vote or vote for some dog rather than support the Republican ticket. It looks like the same is true with other Republican candidates in local and statewide races. You must believe 100% in Ron Paul and drink the Ron Paul Kool Aid for their support.

The Paulies real agenda is to infiltrate the Republican Party and turn it into to the Libertarian Party. All conservative Republicans should be aware of their motives and help preserve the Christian values of the Republican Party.

The question is, have any of you seen a Ron Paul person out supporting our Republican candidates either financially or as volunteers for candidates?


Espn On Josh Howard

Josh Howard believes like Obama basically they say screw the American Flag and what it stands for. They do not mind making millions of dollars from Corporate America. The flag stands for freedom. Obama and Josh Howard can leave this country any time.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Pastor Manning Talks About Obama

Are Criminal Defense Attorneys Running out Of Clients

Are Criminal Defense Attorneys Running Out Of Clients.

Democrat criminal defense attorneys are outraged at District Attorney Mashburn for keeping his word.
Some local criminal defense lawyers have stated that they will find D.A. Mashburn an opponent next time he runs for office. Mashburn is keeping his word that he gave to the voters “To be tough on crime”; I guess keeping your word is something that some criminal defense attorneys have a problem with. When Mashburn first run for office he stated that he was going to put the criminals in jail. Mashburn has kept his word; the child molesters, rapist, drunk drivers and just bad people are now behind bars. Mashburn does not play games when it comes to crime or plea bargaining. It is important that we let Mashburn know that we appreciate the job he is doing as our District Attorney.

Support District Attorney Mashburn next Friday at the McKown Farm from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM 4310 48th Ave NW.

Obama Does Not Respect Our Flag

Palin Hacker

Palin email hacker suspect identified (updated)
Thomas Lifson
No official confirmation yet, but it appears that the suspected email hacker is David Kernnel, son of a Democrat member of the Tennessee state legislature. A lot of material about him has been gathered by Michelle Malkin, Ace, and Gateway Pundit, among others.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Canadian Reporter Exposed

Canadian report has written a disgusting column about Sara Palin. This is just another example of the left bias in the media. They are either becoming unhinged or they feel emboldened to show there full true colors. Either way the confirmation that all of us on the right have been pointing out is becoming easy to see. Here is an excerpt of the column, if you want to read the whole column click on the link below. If this thinking is universal in Canada, then maybe we should do what Sheriff Bud Boomer did in the 1995 movie Canadian Bacon. Declare war on Canada. This is a very funny and entertaining political satire and was directed by Michael Moore. Yes that surprised me too.

Heather Mallick Column:

A Mighty Wind blows through Republican convention

Palin has a toned-down version of the porn actress look favoured by this decade's woman, the overtreated hair, puffy lips and permanently alarmed expression. Bristol has what is known in Britain as the look of the teen mum, the "pramface." Husband Todd looks like a roughneck; Track, heading off to Iraq, appears terrified. They claim to be family obsessed while being studiously terrible at parenting. What normal father would want Levi "I'm a @!#?%' redneck" Johnson prodding his daughter?

I know that I have an attachment to children that verges on the irrational, but why don't the Palins? I'm not the one preaching homespun values but I'd destroy that ratboy before I'd let him get within scenting range of my daughter again, and so would you. Palin's e-mails about the brother-in-law she tried to get fired as a state trooper are fizzing with rage and revenge. Turn your guns on Levi, ma'am.

Palin has it all, along with being vicious and profoundly dishonest. Just hours after her first convention speech, the Associated Press did a good fast listing of her untruths and I won't dwell on them.

I did promise to watch the entire convention so you wouldn't have to, but I discovered a neat trick. I switched between the convention and the 2003 folk music mockumentary A Mighty Wind on Bravo. READ MORE

Advice to Sarah Palin

Dennis Miller last night on the Bill O'Reily Show had some advice for Sarah Palin. Miller gave three things that Palin should do in her debate with Senator Joe Biden. Here they are, do you think this advice should be taken? Something to think about:
  1. At the proper moment Palin should respond to Senator Biden "you know Senator, you can put lipstick on a pig but it is still a pig."
  2. Throughout the debate refer to the "McCain Doctrine"
  3. At the end of the debate during the closing remarks ask the Senator to join her in agreeing that the military must get their vote counted. Since both their sons have been deployed to Iraq. She should remind him that there was a problem in 2000 and 2004 in Florida with the military station abroad not getting there voted counted.

Sarah Palin can take what was meant to be against her and turn it around on the Democrats and come across like the girl next door.

The Great Communicator...

This guy is not much with out a teleprompter.


Imagine….abc would corrupt an interview…??? Surely not from such a paradigm of virtue.


Thanks to Mark Levin, this is the full transcript of Charlie Gibson's 9/11 interview with Sarah Palin.

Wicked Shocker; The version they broadcast on the All Barack Channel News was heavily edited. The version they showed on TV was different from the actual interview.

Do you think her performance is lessened by these edits? I sure as hell do. Do you think that selectively editing a person's words in order to change their meeting is a form of a lie? I sure as hell do.

Judge for yourself.


GIBSON: Governor, let me start by asking you a question that I asked John McCain about you, and it is really the central question. Can you look the country in the eye and say “I have the experience and I have the ability to be not just vice president, but perhaps president of the United States of America?”

PALIN: I do, Charlie, and on January 20, when John McCain and I are sworn in, if we are so privileged to be elected to serve this country, will be ready. I’m ready.

GIBSON: And you didn’t say to yourself, “Am I experienced enough? Am I ready? Do I know enough about international affairs? Do I — will I feel comfortable enough on the national stage to do this?”

PALIN: I didn’t hesitate, no.

GIBSON: Didn’t that take some hubris?

PALIN: I — I answered him yes because I have the confidence in that readiness and knowing that you can’t blink, you have to be wired in a way of being so committed to the mission, the mission that we’re on, reform of this country and victory in the war, you can’t blink.

So I didn’t blink then even when asked to run as his running mate.

GIBSON: But this is not just reforming a government. This is also running a government on the huge international stage in a very dangerous world. When I asked John McCain about your national security credentials, he cited the fact that you have commanded the Alaskan National Guard and that Alaska is close to Russia. Are those sufficient credentials?

PALIN: But it is about reform of government and it’s about putting government back on the side of the people, and that has much to do with foreign policy and national security issues Let me speak specifically about a credential that I do bring to this table, Charlie, and that’s with the energy independence that I’ve been working on for these years as the governor of this state that produces nearly 20 percent of the U.S. domestic supply of energy, that I worked on as chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, overseeing the oil and gas development in our state to produce more for the United States.

GIBSON: I know. I’m just saying that national security is a whole lot more than energy.

PALIN: It is, but I want you to not lose sight of the fact that energy is a foundation of national security. It’s that important. It’s that significant.

GIBSON: Did you ever travel outside the country prior to your trip to Kuwait and Germany last year?

PALIN: Canada, Mexico, and then, yes, that trip, that was the trip of a lifetime to visit our troops in Kuwait and stop and visit our injured soldiers in Germany. That was the trip of a lifetime and it changed my life.

GIBSON: Have you ever met a foreign head of state?

PALIN: There in the state of Alaska, our international trade activities bring in many leaders of other countries.

GIBSON: And all governors deal with trade delegations.

PALIN: Right.

GIBSON: Who act at the behest of their governments.

PALIN: Right, right.

GIBSON: I’m talking about somebody who’s a head of state, who can negotiate for that country. Ever met one?

PALIN: I have not and I think if you go back in history and if you ask that question of many vice presidents, they may have the same answer that I just gave you. But, Charlie, again, we’ve got to remember what the desire is in this nation at this time. It is for no more politics as usual and somebody’s big, fat resume maybe that shows decades and decades in that Washington establishment, where, yes, they’ve had opportunities to meet heads of state … these last couple of weeks … it has been overwhelming to me that confirmation of the message that Americans are getting sick and tired of that self-dealing and kind of that closed door, good old boy network that has been the Washington elite.
GIBSON: Let me ask you about some specific national security situations.

PALIN: Sure.

GIBSON: Let’s start, because we are near Russia, let’s start with Russia and Georgia.

The administration has said we’ve got to maintain the territorial integrity of Georgia. Do you believe the United States should try to restore Georgian sovereignty over South Ossetia and Abkhazia?

PALIN: First off, we’re going to continue good relations with Saakashvili there. I was able to speak with him the other day and giving him my commitment, as John McCain’s running mate, that we will be committed to Georgia. And we’ve got to keep an eye on Russia. For Russia to have exerted such pressure in terms of invading a smaller democratic country, unprovoked, is unacceptable and we have to keep…

GIBSON: You believe unprovoked.

PALIN: I do believe unprovoked and we have got to keep our eyes on Russia, under the leadership there. I think it was unfortunate. That manifestation that we saw with that invasion of Georgia shows us some steps backwards that Russia has recently taken away from the race toward a more democratic nation with democratic ideals. That’s why we have to keep an eye on Russia.

And, Charlie, you’re in Alaska. We have that very narrow maritime border between the United States, and the 49th state, Alaska, and Russia. They are our next door neighbors. We need to have a good relationship with them. They’re very, very important to us and they are our next door neighbor

GIBSON: What insight into Russian actions, particularly in the last couple of weeks, does the proximity of the state give you?

PALIN: They’re our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska.

GIBSON: What insight does that give you into what they’re doing in Georgia?

PALIN: Well, I’m giving you that perspective of how small our world is and how important it is that we work with our allies to keep good relation with all of these countries, especially Russia. We will not repeat a Cold War. We must have good relationship with our allies, pressuring, also, helping us to remind Russia that it’s in their benefit, also, a mutually beneficial relationship for us all to be getting along

Sarah Palin on Russia:

We cannot repeat the Cold War. We are thankful that, under Reagan, we won the Cold War, without a shot fired, also. We’ve learned lessons from that in our relationship with Russia, previously the Soviet Union.

We will not repeat a Cold War. We must have good relationship with our allies, pressuring, also, helping us to remind Russia that it’s in their benefit, also, a mutually beneficial relationship for us all to be getting along.
GIBSON: Would you favor putting Georgia and Ukraine in NATO?

PALIN: Ukraine, definitely, yes. Yes, and Georgia.

GIBSON: Because Putin has said he would not tolerate NATO incursion into the Caucasus.

PALIN: Well, you know, the Rose Revolution, the Orange Revolution, those actions have showed us that those democratic nations, I believe, deserve to be in NATO.

Putin thinks otherwise. Obviously, he thinks otherwise, but…

GIBSON: And under the NATO treaty, wouldn’t we then have to go to war if Russia went into Georgia?

PALIN: Perhaps so. I mean, that is the agreement when you are a NATO ally, is if another country is attacked, you’re going to be expected to be called upon and help.

But NATO, I think, should include Ukraine, definitely, at this point and I think that we need to — especially with new leadership coming in on January 20, being sworn on, on either ticket, we have got to make sure that we strengthen our allies, our ties with each one of those NATO members.

We have got to make sure that that is the group that can be counted upon to defend one another in a very dangerous world today.

GIBSON: And you think it would be worth it to the United States, Georgia is worth it to the United States to go to war if Russia were to invade.

PALIN: What I think is that smaller democratic countries that are invaded by a larger power is something for us to be vigilant against. We have got to be cognizant of what the consequences are if a larger power is able to take over smaller democratic countries.

And we have got to be vigilant. We have got to show the support, in this case, for Georgia. The support that we can show is economic sanctions perhaps against Russia, if this is what it leads to.

It doesn’t have to lead to war and it doesn’t have to lead, as I said, to a Cold War, but economic sanctions, diplomatic pressure, again, counting on our allies to help us do that in this mission of keeping our eye on Russia and Putin and some of his desire to control and to control much more than smaller democratic countries.

His mission, if it is to control energy supplies, also, coming from and through Russia, that’s a dangerous position for our world to be in, if we were to allow that to happen.

Sarah Palin on Iran and Israel:

GIBSON: Let me turn to Iran. Do you consider a nuclear Iran to be an existential threat to Israel?

PALIN: I believe that under the leadership of Ahmadinejad, nuclear weapons in the hands of his government are extremely dangerous to everyone on this globe, yes.

GIBSON: So what should we do about a nuclear Iran? John McCain said the only thing worse than a war with Iran would be a nuclear Iran. John Abizaid said we may have to live with a nuclear Iran. Who’s right?

PALIN: No, no. I agree with John McCain that nuclear weapons in the hands of those who would seek to destroy our allies, in this case, we’re talking about Israel, we’re talking about Ahmadinejad’s comment about Israel being the “stinking corpse, should be wiped off the face of the earth,” that’s atrocious. That’s unacceptable.

GIBSON: So what do you do about a nuclear Iran?

PALIN: We have got to make sure that these weapons of mass destruction, that nuclear weapons are not given to those hands of Ahmadinejad, not that he would use them, but that he would allow terrorists to be able to use them. So we have got to put the pressure on Iran and we have got to count on our allies to help us, diplomatic pressure.
GIBSON: But, Governor, we’ve threatened greater sanctions against Iran for a long time. It hasn’t done any good. It hasn’t stemmed their nuclear program.

PALIN: We need to pursue those and we need to implement those. We cannot back off. We cannot just concede that, oh, gee, maybe they’re going to have nuclear weapons, what can we do about it. No way, not Americans. We do not have to stand for that.
GIBSON: What if Israel decided it felt threatened and needed to take out the Iranian nuclear facilities?

PALIN: Well, first, we are friends with Israel and I don’t think that we should second guess the measures that Israel has to take to defend themselves and for their security.

GIBSON: So if we wouldn’t second guess it and they decided they needed to do it because Iran was an existential threat, we would cooperative or agree with that.

PALIN: I don’t think we can second guess what Israel has to do to secure its nation.

GIBSON: So if it felt necessary, if it felt the need to defend itself by taking out Iranian nuclear facilities, that would be all right.

PALIN: We cannot second guess the steps that Israel has to take to defend itself.

GIBSON: We talk on the anniversary of 9/11. Why do you think those hijackers attacked? Why did they want to hurt us?

PALIN: You know, there is a very small percentage of Islamic believers who are extreme and they are violent and they do not believe in American ideals, and they attacked us and now we are at a point here seven years later, on the anniversary, in this post-9/11 world, where we’re able to commit to never again. They see that the only option for them is to become a suicide bomber, to get caught up in this evil, in this terror. They need to be provided the hope that all Americans have instilled in us, because we’re a democratic, we are a free, and we are a free-thinking society.

GIBSON: Do you agree with the Bush doctrine?

PALIN: In what respect, Charlie?

GIBSON: The Bush — well, what do you — what do you interpret it to be?

PALIN: His world view.

GIBSON: No, the Bush doctrine, enunciated September 2002, before the Iraq war.

PALIN: I believe that what President Bush has attempted to do is rid this world of Islamic extremism, terrorists who are hell bent on destroying our nation. There have been blunders along the way, though. There have been mistakes made. And with new leadership, and that’s the beauty of American elections, of course, and democracy, is with new leadership comes opportunity to do things better.

GIBSON: The Bush doctrine, as I understand it, is that we have the right of anticipatory self-defense, that we have the right to a preemptive strike against any other country that we think is going to attack us. Do you agree with that?

PALIN: I agree that a president’s job, when they swear in their oath to uphold our Constitution, their top priority is to defend the United States of America.

I know that John McCain will do that and I, as his vice president, families we are blessed with that vote of the American people and are elected to serve and are sworn in on January 20, that will be our top priority is to defend the American people.

GIBSON: Do we have a right to anticipatory self-defense? Do we have a right to make a preemptive strike again another country if we feel that country might strike us?
PALIN: Charlie, if there is legitimate and enough intelligence that tells us that a strike is imminent against American people, we have every right to defend our country. In fact, the president has the obligation, the duty to defend. GIBSON: Do we have the right to be making cross-border attacks into Pakistan from Afghanistan, with or without the approval of the Pakistani government?

PALIN: Now, as for our right to invade, we’re going to work with these countries, building new relationships, working with existing allies, but forging new, also, in order to, Charlie, get to a point in this world where war is not going to be a first option. In fact, war has got to be, a military strike, a last option.

GIBSON: But, Governor, I’m asking you: We have the right, in your mind, to go across the border with or without the approval of the Pakistani government.

PALIN: In order to stop Islamic extremists, those terrorists who would seek to destroy America and our allies, we must do whatever it takes and we must not blink, Charlie, in making those tough decisions of where we go and even who we target.

GIBSON: And let me finish with this. I got lost in a blizzard of words there. Is that a yes? That you think we have the right to go across the border with or without the approval of the Pakistani government, to go after terrorists who are in the Waziristan area?

PALIN: I believe that America has to exercise all options in order to stop the terrorists who are hell bent on destroying America and our allies. We have got to have all options out there on the table.

Sarah Palin on God:

GIBSON: You said recently, in your old church, “Our national leaders are sending U.S. soldiers on a task that is from God.” Are we fighting a holy war?

PALIN: You know, I don’t know if that was my exact quote.

GIBSON: Exact words.

PALIN: But the reference there is a repeat of Abraham Lincoln’s words when he said — first, he suggested never presume to know what God’s will is, and I would never presume to know God’s will or to speak God’s words.

But what Abraham Lincoln had said, and that’s a repeat in my comments, was let us not pray that God is on our side in a war or any other time, but let us pray that we are on God’s side.

That’s what that comment was all about, Charlie. And I do believe, though, that this war against extreme Islamic terrorists is the right thing. It’s an unfortunate thing, because war is hell and I hate war, and, Charlie, today is the day that I send my first born, my son, my teenage son overseas with his Stryker brigade, 4,000 other wonderful American men and women, to fight for our country, for democracy, for our freedoms.

Charlie, those are freedoms that too many of us just take for granted. I hate war and I want to see war ended. We end war when we see victory, and we do see victory in sight in Iraq.

GIBSON: I take your point about Lincoln’s words, but you went on and said, “There is a plan and it is God’s plan.”

PALIN: I believe that there is a plan for this world and that plan for this world is for good. I believe that there is great hope and great potential for every country to be able to live and be protected with inalienable rights that I believe are God-given, Charlie, and I believe that those are the rights to life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

That, in my world view, is a grand — the grand plan.

GIBSON: But then are you sending your son on a task that is from God?

PALIN: I don’t know if the task is from God, Charlie. What I know is that my son has made a decision. I am so proud of his independent and strong decision he has made, what he decided to do and serving for the right reasons and serving something greater than himself and not choosing a real easy path where he could be more comfortable and certainly safer.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Disrespectful To Our Flag

DALLAS -- A YouTube video from a charity flag football game in July has Dallas Mavericks forward Josh Howard embroiled in controversy yet again.

The video, from Allen Iverson's event, shows Howard, as the national anthem is being sung, saying: "'The Star-Spangled Banner' is going on. I don't celebrate this [expletive]. I'm black." Howard also makes a hard-to-hear reference to Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama (see the video here; some viewers may find content offensive).

Cleveland County State Committeewoman Tessa

Watch Tessa on Flash Point. Great job Tessa

Dana Murphy

Corporation Commission is the ideal position for Dana Murphy. Oklahoma needs someone that has honesty and integrity in her portfolio as our next Corporation Commissioner. Apparently a lot of the good folks in Oklahoma believe Dana is that person. A new poll just out shows Dana with 45% of the votes, her opponent with 32% and the rest undecided. Dana is the only candidate with experience at the Corporation Commission. A geologist, oil and gas attorney, a former judge at the Corporation Commission and a lady that can think for her self is just what we need. Her opponent is backed by big oil companies and utilities that the Corporation Commission regulates. Her opponent has lots of special interest money from outside Oklahoma hoping to influence the outcome of the election. Oklahoma does not need individuals from other states telling us what we need in Oklahoma. We need someone that works hard, is a native Oklahoman and most important, someone that knows the business of the Corporation Commission. Oklahoma needs Dana Murphy.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Bob's Opinion

Bob’s Opinion

This past weekend Barbara and I went to Seattle to watch the Sooners in action against the Huskies. We found the Seattle area beautiful, but the Seattle newspaper SUCKED!

Sunday morning, I opened the Seattle paper to read about the Sooners. Before, I went to the sports page, I noticed an article about McCain. The article was about how McCain’s ads attacking Obama were just awful. The article went on to say that McCain has done nothing but lie about Obama. Every ad that McCain has on T.V. is nothing but lies, according to the Seattle paper. Now on the other hand, Obama is nothing but a patriotic individual that has told the truth in all his ads, again, according to the paper.

Give me a break! Do the good folks of Seattle, living in Bill Gates land, not have access to the internet? All the information you ever wanted to know, about the candidates, is available to everyone. You do not have to depend on some nut, at a newspaper, telling you what you should believe.

How can any reasonable person write that one candidate is telling the truth in all his ads and one candidate is lying in all his ads? It’s no wonder that the west coast politics are so backwards. These folks just don’t get it.

The one good thing, besides the Sooners winning, is that I wore my McCain cap, that I received at the convention, around Seattle and on the plane. I can’t begin to tell you how many times, I was stopped and some said “great hat” , “I love your cap” or “Go McCain”. So you see there is still light at the end of the tunnel. We need to let the world know that the United States of America supports John McCain and Sarah Palin.

Important Video Concerning Obama

Obama Just Cannot Tell The Truth

In an interview during his failed congressional bid in 2000, Barack Obama cited a job at an organization founded by former Weathermen radical Bill Ayers as evidence of his qualification for public office.
A new video posted on YouTube features the interview with a Chicago television station.
"One of the criticisms that arises in connection with your candidacy is that you haven't been in the Senate very long, the state Senate," the interviewer said. "You have a limited track record in terms of time. What is your argument, based on the one term that you served in the Senate so far, that makes you prepared for the Congress?"
Obama replied: "Well, I'm in my second term, but it's true that certainly both Senator Trotter and Congressman Rush have been in elected office longer than I have. I can't deny that.
"I would argue, though, that my experience previous to elected office equips me for the job. You know, I have a background as an attorney. I've represented affordable housing organizations to build affordable housing, something that is a major issue in the district. I've chaired major philanthropic efforts in the city, like the Chicago Annenberg Challenge that gave $50 million to prop school reform efforts throughout the city."

Obama's 2000 reference to his role on the CAC contrasts sharply with multiple interviews as a presidential candidate in which he has sought to downplay his relationship with Ayers.
In an interview broadcast on the Fox News Channel last week, for example, Obama characterized Ayers as "somebody who worked on education issues in Chicago that I know."
While chairing the CAC, Obama approved grants to some controversial figures, including a group founded by Ayers and led by former communist leader Mike Klonsky, WND exposed yesterday.
Ayers is currently a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago and was a member of the Weathermen group, which sought to overthrow the U.S. government and took responsibility for bombing the U.S. Capitol in 1971.
Ayers has admitted to involvement in the bombings of U.S. governmental buildings in the 1970s.
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