“Commie Tunes” and Charlie Rangel, Too

©2010 drkate

Update:

Chain, chain, chain… chain of fools

Is the government out of control or what? I am proud of these educated Americans standing up to the fools! 🙂

With the news of Charlie Rangel leaving his chairmanship of the House Ways and Means Committee, Reverend Manning predicts obamacare will pass with bi-partisan support.   Check it out, see if you agree:

Rangel and Obama probably go a long way back together.

18 Responses to ““Commie Tunes” and Charlie Rangel, Too”


  1. 1 Quantum Leap March 5, 2010 at 12:23 am

    It’s Rangels fault that Hillary isn’t our president. He threatened her to withdraw. Dammed bastard. Like her or not she would be far better domestically and in very way.

  2. 2 Rick March 5, 2010 at 7:52 am

    News the past 48 hours strongly suggest that Republicans and some pro-life Democrats have found parts of the bill here-to-fore hidden that will make them to not support the bill. One Democrat said he could not vote for the bill due to the majority of his district is against the bill. I understand this is also true of other blue-dogs from conservative districts.

    • 3 Quantum Leap March 5, 2010 at 6:07 pm

      It’s all about the federal use of dollars for abortions that’s in the bill and a dozen Dems are against abortions.
      If women want abortions, last I heard it’s still LEGAL BUT, no one wants to allow mandatory payments for abortions.

      “the language banning federal money for abortions except in cases of rape, incest, or imminent danger to a mother’s life.”

      … Should be kept and not changed as those in the progressives cheater club likes to do. Oh incidently, it’s widely known in Poland that Hitler invented abortions.

  3. 4 susan h March 5, 2010 at 9:05 am

    Did anyone see last night images of students in California by the thousands protesting tuition hikes in L.A. and Berkely? I think the people have found a way to get their voices heard. If Obama tries to ram this health care down our throat, I believe Americans will storm the White House. No one in Washington is paying enough attention to the rising unemployment and people are desperate. I think Obama is only concerned about his LEGACY. He does not seem to care who gets voted out of office in his own party just so he can proudly boast for posterity that he provided health care reform. That is how our NARCISSIST IN CHIEF operates.

    • 5 drkate March 5, 2010 at 9:20 am

      I think the storming of the capitol and WH are entirely possible. There are 340 million of us and about 1,000 of them.

      • 6 terminu March 5, 2010 at 12:14 pm

        Obama’s working to get 40 million illegals voting to sweep the 2010 and 2012 votes too.
        That way he gets his cake and eats it too.

        Just think of the political oppression with the threat of withholding health care. Obama already pulled the plug on successful Chrysler dealerships owned by whites and conservatives, such is the power of the fascist state.

    • 7 Quantum Leap March 5, 2010 at 6:15 pm

      Yes agree. People are desperate and are at their boiling point.
      It’s the slow boil moving towards a roar. There is no end in site to the massive tax and spend all on the wrong things. It’s making people anxious as this pResident is totally unaware of basic reality. He thinks he’s a contestant on the Idol show. Too bad for us, so sad.😦

  4. 8 tiger 7 March 5, 2010 at 2:12 pm

    It may well come to crowds demonstrating in the streets of Washington to get any action to remove the “President”–nothing thus far has had any effect. Good, patriotic people are trying, but the ones in position to really get action are not making any effort to right this terrible wrong. Some say “Oh well, we respect the office regardless of what we may think about the man”—bull!! We don’t have a proper president, we have a clown of a Vice-President, but no President. What does it take for citizens to realize this? Back off and take an objective look–we have a Destructer- in -Chief running the country now.

  5. 10 Quantum Leap March 5, 2010 at 6:19 pm

    Here’s a salute to all you Patriots and to a great weekend!

  6. 11 ladysforest March 5, 2010 at 8:56 pm

    Anybody else here planning on going to Washington DC on April 15 for the Tea Party March? The numbers from the last march were very under-reported, and I’d love to see this march so over the top huge that the media can not get away with the same thing again. Even Fox cut the numbers far below the real figures.

    Tiger 7 said: “It may well come to crowds demonstrating in the streets of Washington to get any action to remove the “President”–nothing thus far has had any effect.”

    So, they paid no attention last time. Lets make them take notice this time.

    I’m traveling six hours to be there. We are really looking forward to it as the Sept. 12 “Great March” was a completely awesome experience!

  7. 12 Quantum Leap March 5, 2010 at 11:48 pm

    Remember they couldn’t hold all the people and had to turn buses back. The public nose picker will vacate the premises ahead of time. Bet on it.

  8. 13 ladysforest March 6, 2010 at 9:49 am

    They could hold the people-they just didn’t have a place for all of the buses. A lot of the later ones off loaded a ways out and the people came in on foot-bless them all. At 2:00 there were still people streaming in.

    At about one folks had started to trickle out to catch the homeward bound buses, but more people were still arriving.
    The nearby area of Alexandria is where our neighbor stayed and he took the metro in, early. He said it was quite crowded, and he had to wait for the next train. Even though he planned to arrive at Freedom square 1/2 hour ahead of the scheduled start time, it was packed when he got there. We arrived at a bit before ten, I waited at the White House Visitors Center while my husband took the car back, then jogged the two miles back to meet me. While he was gone the amount of people streaming in grew and grew till it was unbelievable!

    They had the crowd move out ahead of schedule because it had grown so huge that every square inch was occupied, and people were spilling out into the streets for lack of standing room.

    It was one of the most amazing days I’ve ever spent. The people were fantastic. I can’t say enough about the experience.

    • 14 drkate March 6, 2010 at 10:04 am

      I loved the 912 March–it was an amazing experience. How do you explain the feeling of familiarity with the 2 million ‘strangers’?
      Liberty, Patriotism, America, Americans.

  9. 15 Katherine March 6, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    LOL “Public Nose Picker”. Yes sir, that’s our pResident.

  10. 16 ladysforest March 6, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    drkate, LOL, sorry I missed you! Actually I suppose we could have met and chatted. It was honestly like hanging out with best friends that you hadn’t seen for awhile. I have moderate social anxiety disorder, so I thought it would be absolute torture for me. I came away feeling as though I had been in the best “place” I could have hoped for.

    The people were all super “focused” I guess you could say. Very intense, but in the right ways. The signs were OUTRAGEOUS, and it made your mind amazed at how many there were. Wonderful.
    Anyone that can possible manage to go…go ahead and get there. I’ve already reserved a room, I wanted to make sure to get one early.

  11. 17 ladydawnelle March 7, 2010 at 2:03 pm

    hahahahAHAHAHAHAHAAA! OMG LOVE IT!! Hey Doc!! (taptap)
    {{hugs at cha}} keep up the GOOD fight!
    carry on 😉

  12. 18 10Th Amendment March 8, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    Dr. Kate,

    Hi, this is posted, trying to get them up to date before I lose the internet again. having the Hi Speed WIFI AT&T install nightmare, Off line as much as on. Repair people need to move in at this point.

    10thAmendment🙂


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