America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- November 3, 2014 – November 7, 2014 Remember 9/11


OK, finally we are at the end of one of the most disgusting campaigns ever waged by the Democrats. The racialism aspects of it have been widespread, deep, and probably long-lasting in their effects.

Still….there may be some surprising outcomes in Tuesday’s elections…say N.H. or New Mexico, if the Rs really do well.

And it’s been somewhat satisfying to see the poor reception 0 has gotten when he has ventured out on the campaign trail. His rock star days are so over.

In Georgia, Nunn fadeout Byron York

Reid on the Ropes John Fund

0 Leaves Dems in Shambles Michael Barone

The Sgt. Comes Home

Exploding Dem Myths Byron York

A Most Dangerous 2 years Yep. Wash Times

Give me a few born again Dem hawks Michael Ledeen

He doesn’t hear you…. Ron Fournier

Calling their bluff? Hmmmm…

Seize the Day! Krauthammer

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118 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- November 3, 2014 – November 7, 2014 Remember 9/11

  1. lysie says:

    Till, I just saw this. Did you post this yesterday?

    Dubya – The Fair Context and Seven Years Without a Federal Budget…
    Posted on Thursday, November 6, 2014 by tillacum

  2. lysie says:

    Good afternoon, ed. Very disappointing about Gillespie.

  3. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • The Raven says:

      I ran across this list of best Presidents and kept looking for the obvious, Ronald Wilson Reagan, and it isn’t there. What the … ?

      Anyway… the first comment after the article has it close to correct

      worst list is much easier to do than the best.
      Honorable mention on worst list are; FDR, JFK, Harding.


      Honorable mention on best list; FDR, Lincoln, Eisenhower.

      Although I’m not sure how much of Hoover’s image is due to negative ads by Roosevelt rather than policy. Clinton may make it on the list as may Jerry Ford?

    • lysie says:

      I have a few doubts about Nixon and JFK being on the worst list. Surely NOT the best list, but how about..mediocre list.????

    • edinva says:

      OK, so Ed Gillespie has conceded. It would have been interesting to see if he’d been able to run a real campaign, had any of the GOP “big donors” given him $$$ to wage a real campaign. We’ll never know. Odd he got so little establishment support as he’s been national party chairman, ran several national campaigns, and would be personally well acquainted with the $$$ people. Alas, Mark Warner, the “sure thing” got quite the scare so will hopefully serve more as a Virginian than a party hack.

      And now the DSCC has withdrawn its $$$ support for MIss Mary’s runoff in LA. Will she just concede or stick it out thru the runoff? I tend to think she will stick it out.

      I’m still trying to find a R incumbent Congressman OR Senator who was defeated. Only the PA gov so far that I can think of. A few Rs in open seats might have won, i.e., Gillespie or even Scott, but a good week in all.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Thank you lysie and again, anniversary blessings to you and Greg.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      What do y’all think about the upcoming FNC interview with the Navy Seal who shot Bin Laden? Should he do this or not?

    • tillacum says:

      Thank you, we’ll have that.

    • The Raven says:

      Re: Seal— he should keep quiet.

  4. The Raven says:

    Here’s a new Tea Party Senator we don’t yet know…..Ben Sasse from Nebraska

  5. The Raven says:

    Morning Quiz:

    If by some miracle, the Koreans decided to merge into one country and be ruled by either the North or South systems, and the decision would be in the hands of the libs. The libs would choose:

    a) The North – Communism continues with arbitrary arrests, beatings, intimidation and total media control. Food is a luxury and national growth is unheard of.

    b) The North – Communism continues with arbitrary arrests, beatings, intimidation and total media control. Food is a luxury and national growth is unheard of.

    c) All of the above

  6. Molly Pitcher says:

    Stopping exec. amnesty We may have to do this.

    • The Raven says:

      I’m a fan of education BEFORE he goes off the cliff. It is far better to go to town halls and newspaper letters, speeches, TV spots, etc on just why it is illegal. If all else fails, if Obama doesn’t follow the Constitution then why not 50% majority votes for a veto overturn instead of 2/3?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      True, we have a chance here to do some educatin’. It’s a duty as a matter of fact.

  7. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  8. The Raven says:

    I just checked my local precinct results (the way it should be nation wide)

    Gov = 79% R
    Sen = 70% R
    House= 70% R
    State House= 77% R

    Similar to the county results !!

  9. Prairie says:

    Scott Walker Acceptance Speech Video

    This is a MUST WATCH! Having had my ears, mind and soul assaulted on a daily basis with the partisan, wicked and secular-at-best pap of Obama and the donks over the past 6 years, it’s wonderful to hear a great speech from a godly conservative. It brought tears to my eyes.

    Rush Limbaugh has a great commentary on it too. (FR thread) Spot on.

  10. The Raven says:

    So if any Supremes (Ginsburg?) retire…the big Zero can’t put a Marxist in there.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      He could still try,tho, right?

    • Jemian says:

      Who is on the judicial committee? We need to remind them they are in the opposition party and they need to OPPOSE Caligula.

    • edinva says:

      Soooooo, I assume everyone here is happier today than they’ve been in a few years, at least politically. I’m trying to think of ONE Republican Congressperson or Senator who lost his/her election. All I can think of is Gov of PA, and I never ‘got’ that, has something to do with Penn State and Joe Paterno. Must be a PA thing???

      The VA Senate race went fairly well, compared to what everyone expected till the last few days. They are talking about a recount as the difference is 1/2% of votes cast that automatically triggers a recount if requested. Right now they’re doing a county-by-county canvas. Our polling place had 36 votes between the two, slight advantage Warner. The old #&$(*%^@ John Warner came in to vote. Looks like he’s steps away from the grave. I’d told my husband the day before that if he dared to talk to John Warner when he appeared as he usually does, I might never speak to him again. John Warner endorsed Mark Warner the Dem. He’s always been a PITA and I am proud to state that I never once voted for him. Instead, I wrote in “Robert Bork.”

      Lysie, I see you and Greg have a big day coming up tomorrow. Lest I fail to get in then, I shall now wish you a very Happy Anniversary!

  11. Molly Pitcher says:

    Sen King to hold presser to announce which party he will caucus with?

  12. Molly Pitcher says:

    So brace yourself…0 will be holding a press conference about 3 p.m.

    McConnell will likely start his promptly at 2.

    I am hoping Congress gets a Keystone bill off to 0, and if a vote has to be taken to override his veto, so be it. It can be done. There are just 2 many jobs associated with that project not to do this

  13. Prairie says:

    A decent recap of last night Sorry for the NPR source. 🙂
    I was happy to see that Sam Brownback in KS actually did retain his governor’s seat. Last night it was looking doubtful. I do think there should be a recount in VA….although this opens up for the typical donk fraud. Too bad Brown couldn’t oust Shaheen, especially in light of the recent evidence of her role in the IRS scandal.

    I’m so glad I don’t live in MN…..Al Franken reelected. Sheesh, that would be enough reason to move, IMO. Also glad Mia Love won and ESPECIALLY Scott Walker.

    YaPoo headine this morning was something like: “Who was the big winner in the 2014 midterm elections? Hillary Clinton!” LOL!

    • Prairie says:

      I’m off to the dentist this morning and errands. I tend to think like Rush was opining yesterday…..Yes, the Republicans received power and authority from the voters….but DO THEY REALLY WANT IT??

      Great question, one that I am more than a little skeptical of. Oh, and I’m loving that Ernst won. (/random thoughts)

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh that is ridiculous about Clinton….it seems to me that the big winner (Dem side) may be Warren, and Clinton will be very worried about that.

  14. lysie says:

    GOOD morning everyone.

  15. The Raven says:

    YES, Virginia, there is a WAVE

    The cheating wasn’t enough. We got ’em all except NH…..VA’s Warner claims victory of nail biter (3rd party Libertarian votes the difference). Alaska, NC go R. LA runoff but looking good. 54 total. 55 with LA. War Eagle. GOP wins GOV in Florida, Kansas, Michigan, Massachusetts, Maryland and Illinois !!! Walker wins WI. Liberalism defeated. Obama shellacked. Republican storm troopers descending on DC…. to begin treason trials of Democrats & deport aliens. Lysie’s prayers answered. The Raven quieted on voter fraud. Daily Kos: “We have no headline for this post.” House R’s at PLUS 13 with 20 seats not called yet. Mia Love wins. State Legislatures R+3 (8 undecided). NY State Senate goes R. Most pre-election polls way off…….in favor of Dems. Tom Steyer spent $75M. Pelosi blames global warming. With our political speech tamped down by the Dems, our best advertisement has been the performance of the Obama Democrats. People who make you cringe are now cringing (Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Harry Reid, Obama, Pelosi, Chuck U Schumer)

    Morning quote #1:

    “….we are heading to Washington… And, we are going to make ‘em squeal!”

    Joni Ernst – the farmer from Iowa.

    Morning Quote #2

    “…Democrats have excuses ready in advance.”

    – Taranto- WSJ

    Morning Quote #3

    “…double down on partisanship. Veto everything. Rule by regulation, including a vast immigration diktat that would poison any chance of bipartisan and thus politically durable reform. Demonize Republicans at every opportunity to elect Hillary Clinton in 2016”

    WSJ OpEd on what Obama will do now. In other words, no change.

  16. Molly Pitcher says:

    HA,HA! What’s going on in Virginia, ED??

  17. tillacum says:

    We’re off to vote this morning, after hotcakes and sausage at the Masonic Lodge. I wonder if they’ll give us 2 ballots, each ???? Hmmmm? It’s a great day for voting, nice and cool.

    • tillacum says:

      VOTING LISTS ARE MISSING IN SOME PRECINCTS IN CT!!!!! Golly days, how did that happen????

    • The Raven says:

      Yes, indeed…….another form of voter fraud in Hartford, CT—of course in favor of the Dem in a close Gov race……….

      “…The problem could lead to an emergency court filing seeking to extend hours, a situation that could be a rerun of the governor’s race in 2010 between the same two candidates – Dannel Malloy (D-WFP) and Tom Foley (R) – when polls in the city of Bridgeport were kept open later by court order due to a lack of sufficient ballots. “

  18. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  19. The Raven says:

    The ‘Pubs are up a notch in most of the toss-up states except NH & NC where they are in a virtual tie (less than 1% behind). But, unfortunately, there are 8 states within cheating distance (CO has mail-in now). ‘Pubs can end up with anywhere from 49-55 seats). Most likely 53 in a fair race. Gov races to watch in WI (Walker up +2), KS, CO, and IL – overall Dems may pick up 1 or 2 here. The House has 30 toss-ups of which only 10 are Blue. The Pubs are already looking at +4 in the House and possibly can pick up another 10. Maybe 240 in the House when all is said & done.

    We have a warm, sunny voting day today.

  20. The Raven says:

    So…where is the most massive cheating tomorrow? My guesses are NC and CO ….. maybe LA

  21. The Raven says:

    Not sure why…but my link below didn’t make it —the sane talk was Bill Whittle – not the ATRW —–oh wait…that doesn’t sound right……

    Anyway….see new link below

  22. Molly Pitcher says:

    Gillespie being interviewed by Bennett now, and he sounds very excited and energized. You know I just love hearing him run off all the places he’s visiting today..Henrico Co., Staunton, Loudoun Co. and so on…Chesepeake yesterday ( the Norfolk area).
    He’s talking about the economic anxiety he’s hearing from people.

  23. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone. Thanks for the start, Molly.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good morning everyone. Thanks for the breakfast lysie Yesterday’s was outstanding, btw…

      And I hope everyone’s weekend was a good one. The yard is carpeted in leaves, waiting for the yard service to come & handle…..or maybe they will just blow away…
      Election in Ohio has fizzled out for Gov. race, since the Dem candidate was a DUD! HAHAHAHA! AND there was nothing the media could do to help him. HAHAHAHA!

    • lysie says:

      You are welcome, Molly.

      I’m happy to hear Kasich will win. The media pushing for FitzGerald in a big way made the media look like fools . Ha!

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes it was the laugh of the summer….

  24. The Raven says:

    Morning quote #1:

    The Democrats are trying to energize their base in swing states by … tapping technology to get out the vote.

    Marisa Shultz in NYPost’s Polls showing a likely Republican Senate takeover. She doesn’t mention the the “technologies” employed are multiple voting, non-citizen voting, and out-of-State voting.

    Morning Quote #2

    …let’s be blunt: The credit goes to the spread of capitalism.

    Douglas Irwin in a WSJ OpEd on the unprecedented decline in world poverty the last 25 years.

  25. The Raven says:

    Yes…..Molly P.….disgusting AND in some cases illegal. If we include the IRS targeting of tea party groups and Republican donating businesses. AND we now find the illegal voting is not rare—- but, quite substantial. It is time for people to go to jail.

    Ed…….VA is mentioned by Steve Hayward as a possible upset. But that is a lot of ground to make up. Some other good news – Cassidy in LA is at the 50% mark in LA (NBC poll)….meaning no runoff necessary. Georgia is the other state with a 50% minimum requirement and Nunn is fading but not enough.

    Speaking of Virginia, Powerline has a short blurb on the demonstrations to change the name of the Redskins football team. Which gives me an idea. How about if we picket for the Democrats to get rid of their name? They were pro-slavery, anti-Lincoln, and are now the party of illegal activities, hate and race baiting.

  26. edinva says:

    I don’t wanna get my hopes up but at the last minute, Real Clear Politics moved VA from “likely Dem” to “leaning Dem.” Let’s hope the momentum hasn’t taken too long to kick in. THO I have to admit, there’s been little sign of a campaign by either side if one doesn’t have TV. Few yard signs, mailings, any of the usual. And GOD FORBID a knock on the door.

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