Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The next teen Conservative wonder.

Jackie Seal is the next teen Conservative wonder in the movement, blogosphere, and even a few Conservative bloggers are hoping she dates their Sons..... Moving on, Ms.Seal was standing on line in Grand Rapids Michigan, a diehard fan of Sarah Palin, hoping to get her copy of Going Rogue autographed by her idol. Well, a few trolls from MSNBC, that call themselves reporters, we're going through the crowd looking for Palinites to interview, well along came Jackie, and the ambush which would follow.

I knew I was walking into hot water with MSNBC- thought I was prepared….Seconds later I met her… One of the many faces of liberal media bias. She asked me my name and then before going on air asked me why I liked Sarah Palin, I repeated what I told the NYT reporter. Norah didn’t seem to like that much. So what did she do? I mean she couldn’t ask me that question on television, heaven forbid her not have a biting response.. I noticed her look down at my shirt then, she turned around blackberry in hand spoke to a man, thumbs tapping the blackberry (I don’t remember if she called or not, she may have. But she was on her blackberry), then jotted down a quick note. Little did I know that note would be used against me. She told us she’d be walking up to us. You know like she just stumbled upon us. The shot began… I kept telling myself answer her question well, don’t freak out. Well, I thought she’d ask me the same question. She asked the man beside me (who by the way is NOT my dad) the same question she had before we went on air. Myself on the other hand, not the same story. She had me read my shirt and then proceeded to ask me “Did you know Sarah Palin supported the bailout” to be 100% honest I was like, are you kidding me? She is trying to use my shirt against me. I was so shocked by the craftiness she had that I was truly stumped. I asked her where she got her fact and she read her little note. Then she asked me what I liked about Sarah, and I talked about the Constitution. Immediately after the interview I said to my dad “Oh man, I have so many great responses now about my shirt” I could have said, well my shirt doesn’t say anything about Sarah Palin supporting the bailout or “Hey Norah, have you read the book? She talks about how during her debate prep she was handed a list of note cards that had questions and ‘non-answers’” Of course they told Sarah Palin to support everything McCain did. Call me crazy but it would have looked pretty bad had Sarah Palin been against something John McCain was against while they were running together. Norah also claims I told her I voted (on her twitter). That is not true. She never asked my age or if I voted. I’m 17 I couldn’t have voted…and I don’t live in an ACORN district so I didn’t have a chance to even register illegally. Making that statement by Norah completely false.

Ms.Seal is quite the impressive heroine in the Conservative movement, as she not only stood strong for Sarah Palin, a beloved figure in the movement, she also stood strong against the elites at MSNBC, who would embarrasses a seventeen year old just to make a point, look who was embarrassed.

Please visit her blog at http://www.redwhiteandconservative.wordpress.com/ , I have a feeling we will be hearing from Ms.Seal more in the future, perhaps one day she can reform the state of Michigan, as her idol did in Alaska.

Also, R.S. McCain has two sons available for immediate marriage, http://rsmccain.blogspot.com/2009/11/jackie-seal-american-hero.html , so the choice is all yours Ms.Seal, considering I am a product of homeschooling, those kids are probably smart.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Who's Most Likely to Vote Against the Health Care Bill

In looking at the voting records and personal feelings of some of the Democrats in the Senate, it can be shown that the following are most likely to vote against the health care plan. Many of these have different reasons, but they could hold the key (or the lock) to passing the bill.

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA)

Already has over $100 million in the bill for state funding in her pocket for voting yes. While this may certainly seem attractive, it could also be seen as back-door corruption. If the issue gets hot enough, she might have to back off or be seen as a pork guzzler.

Sen. Ben Nelson (D-NE)

Nelson is from one of the reddest states in the Union, and while well-liked, he could be facing a large backlash for his vote. Not only this, he could ruin the chances for other Democrats seeking Nebraska office. Nelson has already stated that he is against a public option being run by the feds and wants to see it done by the states. His pro-life stance could also cause him to vote against a bill which could pay for abortions. Nelson even said: "I don't want a big-government, Washington-run operation that would undermine the ... private insurance that 200 million Americans now have,"

Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN)

Bayh is a moderate from a state which gave George W. Bush 60% in 2004. Even though President Obama narrowly won the state last year, the fading of Obamamania and smaller turnout could destroy other Dems. Bayh voted for debate, but has expressed doubt about the bill.

Blanche Lincoln (D-AR)

A formerly relatively unknown Senator from Arkansas she faces an uphill battle no matter what she does. She's already seeing opponents nearly tying her, while polls suggest that if she votes yes on the bill, she might as well retire. She has also threatened a filibuster against the bill despite voting to debate.

Bernie Sanders (Socialist-VT)

One of only two independents in the Senate, you might be surprised to see Sanders' name. However, the Vermont Socialist has stated that he would vote down a health care bill that did not include the public option. He has also stated that his support for the bill is "in no ways guaranteed."

Sherrod Brown (D-OH)

Brown, elected in the Democratic wave of 2006, is giving similar warnings as Sanders. Brown, whose term is not up next year, is worried that the Democrats have already given up enough to the Republicans and moderate Democrats.

Olympia Snowe (R-ME)

One of the two liberal Republicans elected to the Senate from Maine, Snowe has signaled that she will likely vote for President Obama's health care plan. There have been signs, however, that conservatives in the party want to challenge the Senator-- and voting yes could cause this to happen. This could even create a situation where Snowe changes parties.

Joe Lieberman (I-CT)

The Independent Democrat has bucked the party's trends since 2002, and looks like he might be voting against the bill. Lieberman, who might not run for reelection in 2012, may not care if the left wing of his party challenged him again. Lieberman has also stated that he opposes a public option. Fearing an increasing deficit, Lieberman may vote no.

Susan Collins (R-ME)

Collins appears to have no major qualms with the substance of the bill, but may wind up voting no because the bill as presented may not lower overall medical costs.

My prediction:

All of these Senators, with the exception of Lieberman and Nelson will likely vote yes. Even Lincoln appears to please the party apparatus and looks unlikely to win in 2010 anyway.

Friday, November 20, 2009

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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Palin supporters - Iowa is a waste.

Last weekend, I warned about the dangers of Republican candidates focusing on Iowa during the 2012 Presidential primaries, as Iowa has become a reliable state for Democrats, and if a Republican wants to win the nomination, their focus needs to be directed towards the Southern and Western United States.

When the discussion shifts into a possible Sarah Palin run for the Republican nomination, she needs to focus on South Carolina, she needs to direct attention to the Southern states, and resources towards the Western states. Remember, Mike Huckabee has a solid base in the South, and Mitt Romney has a solid base in the West, Sarah Palin needs to battle both of them in both of these all important areas.

To focus too much time or money into Iowa is a blatant waste of resources, South Carolina will be the promise land for either Huckabee or Palin across the South, Iowa holds no leverage, and New Hampshire will go to the liberalist of candidates, which in a Palin-Huckabee-Romney scenario would be Romney.

If I was preparing for a 2012 blitzkrieg during the primaries, I would not be focusing on Iowa, I would be focusing on South Carolina, Florida, the South in general, and the West, those are the states Sarah Palin would need in order to win the nomination, Iowa would drain resources out of a 50 state battle.

"Is this Heaven? No. It's Iowa" - Field of Dreams.

-- Tim K.

Senator Lieberman, caucus with GOP.

Senator Lieberman would be the most liberal member of the Republican caucus, however, he would be a member we could depend on in regards to health care, national defense, and other issues. While Senator Lieberman would 85% of the time vote with Democrats on most domestic issues, he would be a strong opponent of weakening our national defense, and he causes hatred in progressive circles which Republicans can't match.

I am proposing that Senator Lieberman caucus with the Republicans, as though he has numerous Democratic leanings, he also has Conservative streaks which fit into his "Independent" label, however, he is the most hated member of the Democratic caucus, and it was a miracle he was not punished last year for supporting McCain, and Palin.

Senator Lieberman has become one of our largest allies in fighting against the government takeover of health care, a more reliable opponent of the government option then Senator Snowe, however, Lieberman has also put his political career and soul on the line, his Chairmanship of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs could be revoked, and though the help of Republicans helped to secure his victory in 2006, staunch Democrat supporters could bail from his campaign in 2012.

With all of this in mind, Senator Lieberman knows he will face the consequences for his opposition to current Democrat plans in regards to health care, however, will Senator Lieberman remain in the Democratic caucus, or will he join the Republican caucus, and at the least provide for a symbolic filibuster.

After the 1994 congressional elections, Senator Shelby became a Republican. After we hopefully defeat the Democratic health care plans, will we gain a Senator? Who knows, perhaps history will repeat itself.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Obama bow represents new America.

Over the weekend, the Conservative blogosphere has pounced on the "bow seen round the world", a photograph of the supposed Commander in Chief bowing to the Emperor of Japan, something no other American President or world leader for that fact, has ever done.

This Obama "bow", is not only a continued indicator of Obama's weakness as a President, and his sick admiration for world leaders. This is the new United States of America as Obama views it, we are no longer a Nation that stands proudly before the rest of the world, America now is humbled before the rest of the world, a mentality no President has ever had or wanted during the glorious 233 years as a Nation.

Obama has slandered the Nation, he was elected to lead across the world. Obama is pushing legislation which will destroy our freedoms and the greatest economic system in the world. Obama is weakening our national defense to the levels of European defense, while at the same time risking the lives of our European allies. Obama does not believe in American execptionalism, a belief that America's freedoms, successes, and our standing as the lone superpower is because of our founding in a strong Constitution, birthed in freedom, along with a strong Capitalistic system.

In regards to International politics, Obama has ignored the calls of our Generals and troops who need backup in Afghanistan, Obama has ignored the cry of freedom from Iran and Honduras, Obama has spit on our allies, while opening arms to our enemies. Obama does not believe in a strong America, as he is even cutting future NASA missions, because of a cost of 30 billion dollars, when he has added trillions to our debt in ten months.

As in the eyes and feelings of Obama, America is being pushed from a proud, strong, successful Nation to a humble, weak, failure of a Nation. The Obama bow represents more then a weak President, it represents the downfall of America herself, a downfall we must correct with the 2010 elections just around the corner.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

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Saturday, November 14, 2009

No longer Democrats? The Obama effect is working.

While we should always be cautious of Greeks bearing gifts, there is a movement across the United States of America, in which moderate Democrats are becoming Republicans, leaving the Democrat party they feel is just to liberal. While Conservative Republicans have felt this way for years, it appears our new found friends are beginning to smell the roses, with the help of Barack Obama.

I have two reports upcoming of elected officials or activists who are either leaving the party, or are considering leaving the party, because of the radical leftward tilt of the party, associated heavily with the actions of the supposed Commander in Chief.


Since May of last year, Democrats have engaged in one crazy, destructive scheme after another, from the reckless Trillion Dollar “Stimulus” spending that was rammed through without even being read by voting members of Congress to the insane economy-killing Cap & Tax nonsense and the deranged takeover of 1/6 of our economy in the Utopiacare debacle.

In regards to all of the above, we’ve consistently felt that after Democrats’ defeat in the 2010 midterms and Dr. Utopia’s defeat in 2012, that moderate Democrats would take back the party and move everything back to the center, where we think the party belongs.

But, honestly, we are so disgusted by the Muslim apologists on the Left that we don’t know if we can continue being Democrats anymore — that we need to accept the fact that we are indeed Independents now.

Independents who support the Clintons and their allies, but no longer moderate Democrats, as the Democrat Party has gone so far to the left, and resides now in such lunacy, that there’s no room for us moderates anymore.

Hillary supporters are even questioning their status as members of the Democrat party.


State GOP Chairman Brad White opens the press conference and makes reference to Republican victories in New Jersey and Virginia as an impetus for the switch of the elected officials. Says White, Barack Obama "has lost his luster."

Those switching include the local District Judge (representing 4 Counties), the Simpson County Sheriff, Constable and an Alderman. Also switching is 1 of the 5 County Supervisors, now giving the GOP the majority 3-to-2.

Since the NJ and VA election victories for the Republican Party last week, at least 20 Democrat elected officials in Texas and North Carolina, including 1 State Representative have switched to the GOP.

The political blog, Libertarian Republican, has done an amazing job of covering Democratic defections to the Republican party, especially in the Southern United States.

While I do not see any major defections such as what Senator Shelby or Congressman Goode did in the aftermath of the 1994 elections and a Liberal agenda of Bill Clinton, Democrats are beginning to question their party of choice, especially in the Southern United States, an area that has a large mixture of both Conservative Republicans and Conservative Democrats, however, there are those who are beginning to understand a cold hard reality, a vote for any Democrat....is a vote for Liberalism.

Let the 2010 Conservative Republican revolution begin!

P.S. Despite the gains we are making with Southern Democrats, strong showings in elections nationwide, I still fear our biggest hindrance will be Libertarians.....

Ask a possible Congressional candidate questions.

Matthew Berry, a former Clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas, has launched an exploratory committee into a possible run against Democratic Congressman Jim Moran in Virginia's 8th congressional district. Matthew Berry, a strong Conservative Republican on most issues, would be challenging a radical leftist who has compared Republicans to the "Taliban", and just yesterday called those who oppose bringing terrorists into the country for civilian trials "un-american".

While Mr.Berry is not officially a declared candidate for the Republican nomination, he has agreed to answer some questions for a brief email interview, however, I felt it would be proper to include you the loyal readers to email me at aaabraves@yahoo.com in this interview, thus if you have any questions you would like to ask Mr.Berry in regards to his stance on the issues, his possible congressional campaign, etc. please post a comment with your question.

All questions must be in by 7PM tonight, as I plan on sending Mr.Berry the questions at that time.

Thank you.

-- Tim K.

- www.berry2010.com

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Veterans Heritage Firearms Act of 2009.

Nothing would be more fitting then to discuss Veterans and the second amendment on this Veterans day, because without Veterans fighting for our freedoms across the world, there would be no second amendment right, and there would be no Constitutional rights.

Congressman Dennis Rehberg (R - Montana) introduced the Veterans Heritage Firearms Act of 2009 on January ninth, the purpose of the legislation is to create a 90-day amnesty period which will allow for Veterans, and their families to register old firearms, which then can be kept in the family or donated to private museums, the law relates to firearms which soldiers obtained between June 26th, 1934 and October 31st 1968. As it stands one would be prosecuted for having these firearms right now, however, these important weapons represent a time in history, a Veterans trophy, and this legislation would allow their families and private museums to proudly display that history.

The legislation in question in H.R. 442, since February when it was referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security, not one action has been taken on this legislation, legislation which would allow for American heritage via the firearms our Veterans have fought with or owned to be preserved forever.

I would encourage all who read this, to contact their local representative in hopes of reaching 218 co-sponsors for this legislation, as it stands 133 Representatives are in support of this legislation, we should work hard to preserve our heritage, and for Veteran's family members to hold on to this heritage without government intervention or fear of prosecution.

Open Congress - http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h442/show

National Rifle Association - Institute for Legislation Action report on legislation - http://www.nraila.org/Issues/FactSheets/Read.aspx?id=198&issue=023

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Fort Hood Attack Shows a Post-9/11 Security System and Pre-9/11 Mentality Leaves Us Vulnerable

The terrorist attacks in Fort Hood last week were a horrific reminder that the nation is not safe and that the heroism of American soldiers was tested on American soil. Unfortunately, it shows that the government is becoming increasingly unable to catch potential terrorist attacks.

Hasan was a lone gunman, making the shooting far less likely to catch before it actually occurred. However, the FBI had significant evidence of Hasan's radical views and the fact that he contacted al Qaeda associates. He was in contact with the Imam of the 9/11 hijackers! What!? We knew about this and we didn't even question the guy? We didn't alert security on the base? We have a Major-- with intelligence clearances and access to automatic weapons. He could have been a mole for al Qaeda, a planner, or-- a shooter.

One of the problems that allowed 9/11 to happen was not repeated. We found out ahead of time-- we got the intelligence we needed. However, what was not there was the mentality to stop it.

The policies of the Obama Administration telling intelligence agencies to be careful about what they do regarding terrorism could have prevented the FBI from tackling the issue. Perhaps concerns about being called "anti-Muslim" prevented an FBI agent from busting the guy. Perhaps they were concerned about being called overzealous.

Part of this stems out of the prosecution of the CIA agents who interrogated al Qaeda terrorists after the September 11th attacks. Obama made it clear that he would have two policies. One: he would allow many of the Bush security surveillance programs to continue, breaking his campaign promises. In order to please his rabid left-wing base, he decided to prosecute the CIA and make it so intelligence gathered would not be acted upon.

This policy is idiotic and fatal. We must remember that the security of our country trumps politics. If only the White House knew that.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Defeat them All

In the aftermath of last night's vote in the House of Representatives in regards to health care, the Conservative blogosphere has been nitpicking at who supported the bill and who opposed the bill, even I joined the chaos of non-important examination of whom did what.

This goes deeper than what Democrat supported the legislation and what Democrat opposed the legislation; we need to throw all Democrats out of the House of Representatives. Legislation which will put our entire life in control of the government from beginning to the end should never be discussed, let alone voted on.

Electing Democrats = Loss of Freedom. All Democrats are guilty for the health care legislation passing the House of Representatives last night, as all of them voted for Nancy Pelosi to be Speaker of the House, and all of them are members of a super majority which opposes freedom in most if not all aspects.

We need to defeat as many Democrats as possible next year, because a Republican controlled Congress does not even discuss the thought of complete control over our lives, only a Democrat controlled Congress....would consider the thought, and then push that thought into reality on a Saturday evening.

Let it begin with the 14 supposed "blue dog" Democrats who voted for the legislation in Republican districts, then continue the Democrat slaughter from the highest points of Maine, to the border in Texas, as we cannot allow tyranny to run Congress any longer, and regardless of what you are told, Democrats enslave, whether through regulation, chains or control.....

Let the Conservative Republican revolution of 2010 begin!

-- Tim K.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Who would you support for the Republican nomination in Kentucky's upcoming Senate election?

Friday, November 6, 2009

Senator DeMint for President - grassroots support.

Over the past few months, I have been testing the waters with numerous articles advocating Senator Jim DeMint (R-South Carolina) as a possible candidate for the Republican nomination to be our Presidential candidate in under three years. The response from readers of this blog, and folks who ran upon the articles that I had written, has been amazing.

I have received at least three emails asking me what can I do? How can we start a draft Senator DeMint for President 2012 organization? Will this lead into a Nation-wide third party movement? Not to mention numerous comments in support of Senator DeMint, and this poll in which 86% of respondents either support DeMint for President or might support DeMint for President - http://righthandedpitcher.blogspot.com/2009/10/vote-in-our-poll-would-you-support-jim.html .

Senator DeMint has become the most beloved United States Senator in the Conservative movement over the past several months, as the Conservative blogosphere has touted his actions, his comments have annoyed liberals like only a true threat could, and his devotion to liberty does not take into account whether or not his stance is popular.

The grassroots support for a possible Senator DeMint campaign for President is there, however, before I commit to anything in regards to 2012, I would like to know if my fellow Americans are prepared to work hard for a DeMint campaign, that is if we can convince him to run for the Republican nomination, that itself might be the hardest part.

While we would not have the numbers of the Sarah Palin or the Mike Huckabee for President movements, I believe our dedication could not be matched. Senator DeMint is a true American patriot, while I am not taking away from Sarah Palin or Mike Huckabee, Senator DeMint has been on the front lines for the past year, he has been attacked, however, this strong United States Senator from South Carolina is relentless.

So, I ask oncemore, if you like the sound of a Senator DeMint for President in 2012, please leave a comment in this article, or email me at aaaabraves@yahoo.com , I believe we have a winning candidate, however, only time will tell.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

David Harmer can win today.

David Harmer, the Republican candidate for Congress in California's special election in their 10th congressional election, does have a chance of winning this election today. While running in a district which has not elected a Republican in decades, their last Congresswoman easily claimed victory with near 70% of the vote, and it is rated D+11, does not seem possible.

Then again, 2009 has not been a normal election year, as we have two interesting Gubernatorial elections on the eastern seaboard, a special congressional election which has the Nation watching in Upstate New York, and the future of the Conservative movement, the Republican party, perhaps even America herself is on the line.

David Harmer is a Conservative Republican businessman, who is concerned with growing deficits, the government attempting to takeover health care, and the threat from Iran & North Korea having nuclear weapons. While the Democratic candidate is a blood sucking poli-tick who is obsessed with elected office, is as liberal as they come, and favors destroying the greatest health care system in the world. Seems like the normal Democrat from California, however, this is not a normal election.

According to a poll released last week, Democrat Lt.Governor John Garamendi is leading Republican David Harmer by a 50-40% margin, with 6% supporting third party candidates, and another 4% are unsure. While 40% of the vote would be something to tout in this congressional district alone, victory can be achieved.

First, the polling methodology is incorrect, as it questioned Republicans as 32% of all respondents, while Republicans made up 34.5% of those who voted in the primary, and historically Republicans tend to show up in larger numbers compared to their share of the registration or the last congressional election in regards to special elections.

Second, David Harmer can win this election if he gets every Republican voter out to the polls, if he makes a last minute appeal to Independents in the district in regards to health care, and if Democrats are a depressed vote this election. While Conservatism has momentum across America in regards to opposing fiscal socialism, will that result in electing fiscal conservatives to Congress? That is yet to be seen.

Third, 45% of all voters aged 18-34 support David Harmer's campaign, while younger voters have historically been unreliable to Republican campaigns, if Harmer can get the youngsters out in this election, and pray for senior citizens to have a strong presence in this election, it could be close.

Besides the fact David Harmer is running a brilliant campaign, he has done well in polling, and Conservatives and Republicans alike are fired up across the Nation, he needs a high voter turnout from the Republican party, a depressed turnout from Democrats, he needs a last minute appeal to Independents, he needs youngsters and senior citizens to come out strong for his campaign, and he needs a little bit of luck.

David Harmer can win this election, please tell all who you know in California's 10th congressional district to support David Harmer for Congress! It is time to stop sitting on the bench, and strong crowding the polls.

Also, if you write on a political blog and you are reading this, please post a message to your readers requesting that they to tell everyone they know in California's 10th congressional district to vote for David Harmer! Every vote counts!


-- Tim K.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Honor Student Suspended for Swiss Army Knife in Car

What has happened to common sense? According to WGY and Fox News, an Honor Student at upstate New York's Lansingburgh High School, Matthew Whalen, has been suspended for twenty days for having a two-inch pocket knife in a locked kit in his car.

Accoding to Fox:

Lansingburgh High has a zero-tolerance policy, and when school officials discovered that Whalen kept his knife locked in his car, he says, they suspended him for five days -- and then tacked on an additional 15 after a hearing.

Let me point some things out: one, Whalen has never been in trouble with the law. Two, he is an honor student in good standing. Three, he has gone through basic training for the military. Four, he is credited with saving a person's life. Five, he is an Eagle Scout. In other words, he is not a trouble student and there seems that nothing warranted the search of his locked car.

More from Fox:

Whalen said he doesn't know who might have said he was carrying a knife, but he was open with school officials.

"And they said, 'Do you own a knife?' I said, 'Yes, I'm a soldier and an Eagle Scout -- I own a knife.'

"And they were like, 'Well, is it in your car or anything?' And I told them, 'Yeah, it's in my car right now.'

"And they asked me to show it to them. I didn't realize it was going to be a problem. I knew it wasn't illegal -- my police chief grandfather gave the knife to me."

This sort of thing is disgusting, really. Clearly this kind of over-policing and Zero Tolerance is ridiculous. There is some good news, however, Whalen has hired a lawyer to defend him.

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