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Archive for September 29th, 2012

Mark Ballas: Next week we’ll be dancing the quickstep to Bristol’s favorite song

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 29, 2012

DWTS Ballas Wk1

From Mark Ballas’s ‘Dancing With the Stars’ blog:

10:32AM EST September 29. 2012 – Week 1 down, nine to go …

Bristol had such a great first week, and she received the “most improved” award from the judges, which I think is 100% deserved! On the dance floor, she was more outgoing than she has ever been and I firmly believe she’s got even more of that magic in her.

Our next dance is the quickstep, which promises to be a lot of fun because it’s not exactly conventional. At this stage, I’ll do whatever it takes to get Bristol to exude confidence and personality.

MORE MARK BALLAS: Read last week’s entry

TWITTER: Follow Mark @MarkBallas

This week we are dancing to her favorite song. It’s been a bit of a challenge for me because I’ve never danced quickstep to this genre of music, but I’ve never seen her so excited and enthusiastic about dancing. She is loving it and that’s all that matters!

We also did something extra special this week to help get into the spirit of the dance and it was a blast. .. Put it this way: I hit the bull’s-eye quite often, and did it in true Houston fashion!

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Rush Limbaugh: Sarah Palin was right – the death panels have always been in Obamacare

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 29, 2012

Video retrieved from   (h/tp C4P)

From the transcript (emphasis mine):

CALLER:  Okay.  But I was wondering if you came across an article by Steven Rattner in the New York Times called “Beyond Obamacare” where the very first line of the article is “WE need death panels”?

[…]

RUSH:  I don’t read it [New York Times]. Is that really…? Steven Rattner was the car czar.  He was the first car czar.  He’s Little Pinch Sulzberger’s best friend.

[…]

CALLER:  Yeah.  I tried to get you yesterday, ’cause you were talking about somebody bringing up how stupid Sarah Palin is, and I’m sitting here saying, “I remember how crazy the left went when she brought up death panels or Betsy McCaughey would bring it up or you would bring it up or Glenn Beck brings it up.” We’re always crazy when we bring up these things, but here we are right here in the New York Times, Steven Rattner, one of Obama’s guys puts it right out there. “WE need death panels.”  Then he goes on to say, well, maybe we should call it rationing.

RUSH:  You know, I don’t know what he’s wishing for.  They’re already there.

CALLER:  Yeah.

RUSH:  We’ve already got rationing in Obamacare.  There’s already going to be death panels. (interruption) Snerdley just found it and has confirmed your reading of the story.

CALLER:  Yeah, another quote that I think is kind of exciting is you’re talking about how Obama’s giving away cell phones and all that stuff. So I guess we’re entitled to cell phones but it says here “that elderly Americans are not entitled to every conceivable medical procedure or pharmaceutical.”  So they’ll give you phones, they’ll give you food stamps, but they won’t give you life.

RUSH:  Let me tell you what this is.  Let me tell you what this is.  Rattner just doesn’t one day decide to write this piece.

CALLER:  No!

RUSH:  Just like last November, Thomas Edsall didn’t just decide to write a piece that the Obama campaign was writing off white working-class voters.  That piece was aimed right at New York Times readers, and the purpose of that piece is to get it out there that there are going to be death panels so that when it happens, they’re ready. Particularly the death panels are gonna be judging whether or not the elderly live. It’s exactly what we’ve all said!

CALLER:  Yes.

RUSH: It’s whether or not it makes sense to spend the money to keep ’em alive.

CALLER:  Amen, and there it’s right there.

RUSH:  Obama, you remember the ABC special where the woman asked Obama about her hundred-year-old mother, whether or not she could get a pacemaker and Obama said, “No, no, no. Maybe let’s give her a pill.” The death panels have always been in there.  Palin put it out there, and the reason they jumped on her is because she was right. She revealed what was supposed to be a hidden truth.

CALLER:  Yep.  And that just goes back to what you’ve always said, Rush, that you can always tell when you hit a nerve by the way they react.  When the truth comes out, if they react really nuts then you hit ’em.

RUSH:  Yep.

CALLER:  You got ’em.

RUSH:  Stuck pigs.  I mean, it really is true.  Okay.  Well, thanks for the heads up, Rick.  So Steven Rattner, Obama’s car czar, big friend of Little Pinch Sulzberger.  It’s a piece entitled “Beyond Obamacare,” is that what it is?  “Beyond Obamacare,” by Steven Rattner. “WE need death panels.”  That’s how it starts.  Well, see, Rattner knows that there are already death panels in it.  By death panel, I mean: “As the secretary shall determine…” That’s the secretary of Health and Human Services right now, Sebelius.

So she will appoint panels that will decide.

Once Obamacare is fully implemented, folks, once it’s fully implemented, there will be rationing.  There can’t be any alternative to that once the government’s responsible for paying for everything. They don’t have an endless supply of money, either.  The question will be, “Does it make more sense to spend a lot of money on surgery or treatment or pharmaceuticals for somebody statistically close to death, or does it make sense to save that money and spend it on a young person that might end up in an accident or what have you?”

That’s gonna be the calculation.

Your life will actually come down to a dollars-and-cents value assigned to you — as a number, by the way — by the government.  It was always part of Obamacare.  Sarah Palin was right.  It was always there. We’ve all been right.  They’re lying about everything to us.  In fact, that debate next Wednesday night, you know we ought to do? Do a Lie-o-Meter.  We ought to just sit there and just scratch it up. Every time Obama lies about something, make a note. And at the end of the debate, add ’em up, ’cause it’s gonna be one lie after another.

That’s all Obama’s been doing.

That’s all he can do, if his record comes up, is lie about it.

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The Core Policies Of Sarah Palin For This Election & Major Previous Policy Statements

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on September 29, 2012

To counter the silly claims of the left and some in the beltway GOP that Sarah Palin is devoid of policy ideas, I posted a whole series of her statements across a wide area. These included energy/foreign policy/social issues and of course economic issues.  Plus there were links which countered some of the ridiculous propaganda stories about her.

They are available AT THIS LINK.

I thought it would be useful as an adjunct to that post to also include her core concepts for this election, the form part of a message to supporters (reproduced in whole below) which covers a wide range of matters (including a list of some key candidates to support) with the following as the policy statement:

** Repealing ObamaCare.
** Upholding the Tenth Amendment.
**Reining in over regulation.
**Cancelling Obama’s unused stimulus money.
**Eliminating all federal corporate income tax, corporate welfare, and loopholes.
**And tapping into our abundant American energy resources – oil, natural gas and clean coal – to free us from dependency on foreign dictators!

With only six weeks left before Election Day, I have just one question for you:
Will you help me finish what we started in 2012?
In 2012, millions of ordinary Americans like you and me came together and formed the Tea Party movement.
We told Barack Obama that we didn’t want America “fundamentally changed.”
Why? Because we love America. And we’re willing to fight for it.
But now in 2012 we’ve got some unfinished business on our hands, and it’s clear what we need to do:
#1. Defeat Barack Obama and #2. Win the U.S. Senate.
Barack Obama’s “fundamental transformation” of America is destroying everything that made our country great.
If he and his class-warfare cronies in the Senate aren’t defeated, there will be no end to their regulating, spending, printing and borrowing.
If we want to save our country, then we must change the team and the game plan in this crucial 2012 election.
In fact, if we don’t win this election, I predict that our nation will never recover.
We will go the way of other broken, failed governments.
Nations like Greece – where young, able-bodied citizens expect a government welfare check for doing absolutely nothing.
I don’t want my children and grandchildren working the rest of their lives just to pay off Obama’s debts.
And I’m willing to be you don’t either. So I’m asking you to join me in finishing the job today.
Help me prove that the Tea Party movement isn’t simply a political fad……it’s an American awakening.
And it’s coming from ordinary Americans who understand that reclaiming our America means:
** Repealing ObamaCare.
** Upholding the Tenth Amendment.
**Reining in overregulation.
**Canceling Obama’s unused stimulus money.
**Eliminating all federal corporate income tax, corporate welfare, and loopholes.
**And tapping into our abundant American energy resources – oil, natural gas and clean coal – to free us from dependency on foreign dictators!
This is the kind of sudden and relentless reform in Washington we must have if we are going to defend the future of our families and our nation.
Now is our chance to grab the bull by the horns.
The media elites are predicting that the Tea Party isn’t going to be a difference maker in this Election.
Many of them are also saying that I’m not going to have much of an impact.
As usual, they don’t know what they’re talking about.
My Tea Party friends are telling me that they’re even more excited about this Election than they were in 2010……because this November we have a chance to fire Barack Obama!
State by state, district by district –by bus, by plane, on the stump – you can count on me to do everything in my power to elect the candidates that share our vision for America.
Will you join my SarahPAC Revolution and help me elect pro-family, pro-America patriots who share our beliefs to Congress?
Thank you for helping me save the America we know and love!
Sarah Palin
P.S. As we seek to fundamentally restore our great nation to strength and prosperity, we must send more commonsense conservatives to the U.S. Senate. Please see the enclosed “Retake America Reply” to see who I’m supporting and how
you can help. Many thanks for your continued support!
“Retake America Reply”
If we’re going to take back our country, we must first take back the United States Senate. To help make this happen, I’ve identified four rising star conservatives who need our support:
Ted Cruz, TX
Deb Fischer, NE
Jeff Flake, AZ
Richard Mourdock, IN

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