America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant-16 months left Oct. 8-9, 2011(Weekend Edition) -Remember 9/11

The laughable quote of the week is by Nancy Pelosi about the Occupy group:
“God bless them for their spontaneity.It’s young, it’s spontaneous, it’s focused and it’s going to be effective.”Didn’t she say that the Tea Party protestors are like Nazis? Nancy put a sock in it! You have no-zip- nada credibility.

Weekend Links

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Peace Prize winner’s troubling connection Nobel Prize Committee does it again??

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27 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant-16 months left Oct. 8-9, 2011(Weekend Edition) -Remember 9/11

  1. Molly Pitcher says:

    Weekend is almost fini…New week’s thread

  2. The Raven says:

    No Friday Party this week…’s fall break and the Mrs and I are going to New Orleans the end of the week – and catch some good food and music.

  3. Molly Pitcher says:

    A soviet spy in the WH invented Stimulus spending I’m not sure about the title, but read this Wash. Examiner piece anyway…

    • edinva says:

      Molly, Diana West is a very solid journalist. She is or was with the Washington Times for years (the Examiner is related to TWT). The title could have included something like
      “ideological heir to FDR Soviet Spy in WH invented stimulus spending,” but headline writers are limited in how long their titles can be.

      I don’t think any of us has a REAL grasp on how deeply embedded these folks are in the govt. If we did, we wouldn’t have one night’s sound sleep.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      That’s a good explanation for the title, yes, ED..Thanks! I do value West’s columns.

  4. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  5. The Raven says:

    The left’s demonstrations are always truly scary. They want your money, your liberty, or your Constitution. And they will not have anything to replace what they destroy. So people die? And my neghbors at work call them the Tea Party equivalent. I call them the Western version of Al Qaeda (or WAQ job for short)

  6. lysie says:

    Jem, I hope you were able to put a dent in your projects. Yesterday, what started out as a small disagreement with Greg I stated to clean the garage to work off the mood. Ha! He joined me later and the garage sorting between of junk and keep-ables is almost complete. One more small disagreement and we will be able to park a car in there. 🙂
    ed,The lazy good for nothing stinkin’ protestors have shut D.C. Air & Space museum.
    I have wondered home many of them are actual American citizens. These people are the same types who rioted in Europe.

    • Jemian says:

      That door. @#$%^&*()(*&^%$%^&*(!!!!!! The house was built in 1966. Since then, every 7 – 10 years or so, Mom would slap on a coat of paint on that door. So many colors! But, a lot of the detailing was being swallowed up in all the paint layers. So, I thought I’d sand it a bit to provide a good surface for the paint to adhere to. But then, I saw all that built up paint in the corners. So, perhaps some paint remover would be good.

      I am still scrapping layers of paint off that door! I quit at 6 tonight with the door about 3/4 done. However, I now have a system!!!! (LOL!) Hopefully, on Monday when I resume, I’ll have the paint all scraped early on. It won’t take more than 1 hour to actually put the new paint on.

    • edinva says:

      lysie, don’t see how closing down the Air & Space Museum, and filthying up DC/NY, etc won’t backfire. Now they’re setting up a 2nd encampment in NYC at Washington Square. The Sainted Daughter works 2 blocks from there, and can take 2 different subway lines to work, one of which requires her to walk right thru Wash Sq. So I sent a loving email suggesting she take the other route next week. Oh, noooooooooo. She’s been taking the other route, but now wants to go see it up close and personal. Grrrrrrr. She and her friends seem to think there’s some entertainment value in this. It’s gonna get nastier and more violent real soon. Then again, maybe more folks should see this up close and personal, and experience the smells and gross sights, have to walk around passed out drunks and druggies, and union thugs throwing things in their faces. .

      Back in the mid-60’s my then roommates and I went to the first “March on the Pentagon” for its entertainment value. Watched from the sidelines w/FBI and other assorted dark suits. Later we followed them over to the Pentagon. OMG … it was so gross. Don’t think I could have ever joined those groups, even if I’d been a trust fun baby instead of having to work for a living. This business of trying to recapture the 60s makes me both laugh and retch.

  7. tillacum says:

    Hopefully we get some rain today and tomorrow. Our ground is like concrete with wide and deep cracks in it. We’ve not had rain since May. Right now we’ve been promised some rain. I hope its a gentle long lasting visitor to our land. Some parts west of us have received some rain, but it pettered out before it got here.

  8. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  9. Molly Pitcher says:

    Wow! I hope all these “spontaneous” events and reactions like Pelosi’s come back to haunt the Left

    Good morning!

    • lysie says:

      How are you feeling? Better I hope. Do you like Zumba?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      I do like Zumba, but not for today….It’s fun, and joyful….happy rhythms, you know?

      And I don’t think this is a “regular” zumba class…it’s geared really for older gals, so it’s less intense and gentler….and less exhausting!

      So I look forward to next week’s class…

    • Jemian says:

      I’ve been thinking of zumba. Do you need to bend much or twist?

    • lysie says:

      Good morning, Jem. How is baby Piper?

    • edinva says:

      Good morning, all

      These protests are annoying the living #*@& out of me. Now they’ve moved on to pretty much every major city in the US. Gotta love their hiring illegals to hold signs they can’t read. But I’d happily exchange 1 native-born spoiled brat/leftist for a dozen non-violent illegals.

      Let those trust fund babies and other parasites go to Mexico/ElSalvador, etc. (Cuba would work, too) They may find out US style capitalism isn’t quite so bad as they think. (not that there aren’t plenty of wretches on Wall Street, from whence flowed so much of that nasty capital into the O ’08 campaign and other lib causes)

    • Jemian says:

      Baby Piper is good. She and mom are at home, doing well and enjoying a visit from the mom’s family.

      Several minutes ago, I got a call from JT. He wondered where these cool mugs came from. The mugs, 2, arrived in the mail and had baby feet on one side with a Bible verse. On the other side was Piper’s picture and her name and birthday. All written in a beautiful script and a delicious shade of blue. Who could have sent those? I have to admit. I did good.

      Major house renewal began today. The first project is scraping the old paint of our front door and repainting. Included in this long project are insulating, refinishing the wooden floors, replacing the vinyl floors in the other rooms, painting the ceilings and then, repainting the house. This is long overdue but necessary. We’re doing this in phases.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Jemian …there is a good deal of twisting, and bending in Zumba, even the modified version I do…with your history, I just don’t know if it would be good for you.

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