Another Earthquake in Japan – Tsunami Warning issued

This is getting a little crazy – Read it HERE

Maybe I spoke too soon in my previous post today, designating Mexico as the Earthquake Victim of the Month.

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What to do when the cost of gas is making you broke

The President gives absolutely absurd advice to someone who is struggling to survive. Go borrow money that you can’t pay back. That’s what he knows how to do. That’s all he knows how to do. Write checks that bounce. He is a product of the culture he promotes that is destroying the future of the Nation.

Of course it always helps when you can also belittle people as you dole out useless and/or destructive advice.

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The last time this happened Japan got whacked

Big Solar Flare took place on April 3rd – Read it HERE

A month before a Solar Flare lead the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan, a massive Solar Flare preceded the big Earthquake in New Zealand.

This month it is Mexico – Read it HERE

With each of these sequence of events I become more convinced that there is a definite relationship.

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Glenn Beck comments on his upcoming transition – UPDATED

I understand exactly where he is coming from. RD and I were talking about some of this recently. We have already said everything we know to say about the danger we all are facing and we have been doing it with every fiber in our being throughout the time we have been rolling on with this Revo. We have shouted the warning and daily events cause us to shout some more even when we are repeating ourselves. Sometimes it seems tedious. No Army that ever marched didn’t find each step to be tedious. So we march on. We WILL reach the Objective. We WILL take the Objective. We WILL hold the Objective.

There will come a day when our enemies will disrupt our means of communication. Each day brings us closer to that moment. When it comes we will not be afraid. We will be able to carry the fight individually to others, becoming our own force multiplier.

UPDATE – Glenn is good at making predictions. Below the fold you will find one that I’m sure we will all enjoy as it is coming to pass…

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Donald Trump interview on the Today Show

THANK YOU DONALD, for making it interesting. My Mother says that you have her vote!

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

In other Trump news, the Donald sends some hired hands to Hawaii to look into some public records – Read it HERE

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Doing the work that should have been done last year

Here is Obama before a fundraiser in Pennsylvania last night.

“At a time when you are struggling to pay your bills and meet your responsibilities, the least we can do to meet our responsibilities is produce a budget. That is not too much to ask for. That is what the American people expect of us, that’s what they deserve. You want everybody to act like adults, quit playing games and realize it is not my way or the highway.”

Recall why the budget debate is ongoing. During 111th Congress, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid didn’t pass a budget at all. They kicked the can down the road. Recall that the federal government was comprised of a Democrat-controlled House, a Democrat-controlled Senate, and a Democrat-occupied White House. The reason a budget wasn’t passed was that the Democrats did not introduce one.

The Democrats didn’t even introduce a budget because an election was imminent and they knew they were in electoral trouble. They decided a budget debate would not help their prospects in November so they punted. That is why a government closure is looming.

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Prepare to be highly annoyed

There are few people as irritating as Debbie Wasserman Schultz. I promise you that living here in the Sunshine State brings with it a curse, which is frequently having to hear her voice and that of Bill Nelson on the Florida News Network. This woman is easily as irritating as Nancy Pelosi and can tell the most outrageous lies with a straight face like Howard Dean. She is an Uber C-Word. That’s Communist, what else could that C possibly stand for?

Now she has a new station in life that allows her to annoy the entire Nation – Read it HERE

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Good night Johnboy

Some difficulties in life become more than the person living it cares to face. Most people cannot imagine how they would face the circumstance of being sent to prison, unless they’ve actually faced that circumstance before. I’ll admit that in my own case, I actually contemplated suicide rather than face 80 years in Federal Prison, starting at the age of 26 but I was a man about it. Mine was going to be a Murder/Suicide involving the Snitch, which would have allowed my buddies to walk. I was literally on the way to make that happen when God intervened and saved my life. That makes for a great story for another time but it WAS told from the pulpit recently.

John Edwards says he would kill himself before facing prison time – Read it HERE

Now seriously, I can see how he would be afraid to go to the big house with hair like that but he could butch it up a little between now and the lock-up. Maybe a flat-top and some tatts would work well for him. Regardless, if he does find a home behind bars, wherever that is he will be bringing down the neighborhood even further. I cannot imagine having to be locked up with a whiny little bitch like him.

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What do we know about government financial projections?

They are not accurate. Whenever anything comes in under budget it’s a historical milestone. Funding for projects and programs always run out before it’s supposed to. Nobody ever knows where it went or why it went and if they do they make sorry ass excuses for it. How long was Social Security supposed to be solvent?

When I see numbers like this coming out of the CBO I have to enter in a bullshit correction factor. Take ten years off the top, just for starters. Add an additional correction factor for acts of War and natural disasters. Add an additional factor for Communist economic drag. Hit the CBO projection with a .5 multiplier and you begin to get close to reality.

I’m looking forward to a government shutdown real soon. That would make a great gift this year on Tax Day.

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What’s going on in the Wisconsin election?

As if now, JoAnne Kloppenburg has a razor thin lead and is claiming victory. Still, there are likely to be changes.

A Wisconsin city was caught destroying ballots.

In Dane County, more than 10,000 votes were cast for the Supreme Court than in another election being held on the same ballot.

And a little historical perspective.

In 2004, John Kerry won Wisconsin over George W. Bush by 11,380 votes out of 2.5 million cast. After allegations of fraud surfaced, the Milwaukee police department’s Special Investigative Unit conducted a probe. Its February 2008 report found that from 4,600 to 5,300 more votes were counted in Milwaukee than the number of voters recorded as having cast ballots. Absentee ballots were cast by people living elsewhere; ineligible felons not only voted but worked at the polls; transient college students cast improper votes; and homeless voters possibly voted more than once.

Much of the problem resulted from Wisconsin’s same-day voter law, which allows anyone to show up at the polls, register and then cast a ballot. ID requirements are minimal. The report found that in 2004 a total of 1,305 “same day” voters were invalid.

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“I hate to be the first to say it but you might as well get set for a second Obama term”.

That’s what I got to hear from a good ole boy from Northeast Florida today. He’s a very down to earth person and is content to let people think he’s just a dumb Redneck. The fact is that he’s a sharp businessman, is very gifted in his abilities to read people and situations. One of my favorite stories from him was when he and his girlfriend were in a rental car, driving around lost on the West Bank at 3am not too terribly long ago. Go ahead and add ruthless driving skills and cold-bloodedness to the list of his many life saving attributes. I’ve seen him do all kinds of stuff. I call him the “Renaissance Man”. I love to hear what he’s got to say about anything.

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Why isn’t America fully socialist? Because we’re racist. Duh.

Listen til the end (I know it’s tough watching or listening to this squirelly shit, but it’s short). He says that we don’t socialism, because we have a (racially?) divided working class. Is he saying we’re racist because only white people work for a living?

I’m being serious here. Is that what he’s saying?

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“Hope Isn’t Hiring”

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Glenn Beck’s FoxNews show being cancelled.

For those, who like me, enjoy Glenn Beck’s program, this is disappointing news.  Sure, he’s a drama queen, but it’s entertainment. At least he was willing to speak the truth. Damn the consequences.

I wish him the best. He is a patriot.

Glenn Beck began his Wednesday-afternoon Fox News show by confirming, “I am going to leave this program later this year, but I am not leaving Fox.”

 

Maybe he could finally give us a tip o the hat before he signs off for the last time?

Hat tip to Bman for the head’s up.

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Obama talks gas prices…

Yeah, you are going to need a new car.

“Gas prices? They’re going to still fluctuate until we can start making these broader changes, and that’s going to take a couple of years to have serious effect,” Obama said.

Obama needled one questioner who asked about gas prices, now averaging close to $3.70 a gallon nationwide, and suggested that the gentleman consider getting rid of his gas-guzzling vehicle.

“If you’re complaining about the price of gas and you’re only getting 8 miles a gallon, you know,” Obama said laughingly. “You might want to think about a trade-in.”

Peggy Joseph was unavailable for comment.

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What happens when a child goes without spankings

Here we have a child living in a home without a Father, under the guidance of a Mother who doesn’t issue spankings or discipline when needed, who goes to a school filled with teachers who aren’t trained to maintain control in a community policed by cops who can’t handle an 8 year old in tantrum mode without using pepper spray and a tazer.

As a result, this child is on his way to life as a violent criminal who will spend quite a bit of his life and probably his death in a Penetentiary.

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Retarded Communists are planning a big party in Columbus, Ohio

I really like the guy with the speech impediment who does his impersonation of Simon from the 80s movie “The Warriors”.

When will they bring their freak show to the South I wonder? I assume it will be whenever they want to bleed a lot.

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You can call me, Al

“Oh, what the hell? That whole “post-racial” shtick is soooooo 2008 anyway.”

Obama will be speaking Wednesday for the first time as commander in chief at the annual convention of the National Action Network and standing with its founder, the Rev. Al Sharpton – whom the President largely ignored before his 2008 election.

The symbolic speech at the Sheraton in midtown – coming just days after the President held two events in Harlem – indicates that Obama, who is battling slipping poll numbers, is trying to bolster his standing among African-Americans, political scientists said.

Now that the scales have fallen from the eyes of white bitter clingers, folks are still out of work, gas is approaching $4.00 per gallon, food prices are skyrocketing, Obama has launched a new war and the oceans are not receding, Obama can no longer ignore the likes of Sharpton. If blacks stay home in 2012, any Republican who runs against Obama will win. Period.

Expect to see a very different campaign.

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Obama’s path leads to economic ruin

Paul Ryan puts it in simple terms.

House Budget Chairman Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said President Barack Obama’s budget strategy is to “do nothing, punt, duck, kick the can down the road” while the debt remains on track to eventually hit 800 percent of GDP and the CBO is saying it “can’t conceive of any way” that the economy can continue past 2037 given its current trajectory.

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Senate fails to endorse Obama’s view of War Powers Act

The Senate blocked a vote on a proposal by Rand Paul meant to endorse Obama’s previously stated position regarding the constitutional authority of Congress to declare war. Senators didn’t approve because, under current circumstances in Libya, it makes Obama look foolish.

Back in 2007, Senator Obama told the Boston Globe “the president does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the (U.S.) nation.”

Paul said he wanted the Senate to endorse Obama’s past words and thus establish that the president had overreached in authorizing the U.S. action in Libya last month without first obtaining Congress’ approval.

Paul’s proposal was “too cute by half,” declared Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein on Tuesday after she joined other senators in voting to table it, 90-10.

Obama owes somebody an apology. If he was wrong or lying in 2007, he owes those he was criticizing at the time an apology. If he still believes what he said in 2007, then he believes he is currently outside the law and doesn’t care. He owes us all an apology for that.

You know who isn’t cute by half? Dianne Feinstein.

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Libyan rebels are not happy with NATO

Evidently NATO isn’t living up to the high standards of the Libyan rebels.

Libyan rebels have accused Nato of being too slow to act – and asked them to suspend operations unless they “do the job properly”.

Rebel leader Abdel Fattah Younes has complained that the alliance takes hours to respond to events on the battlefield because of an overly bureaucratic process.

He claimed the alliance’s inaction was allowing Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s forces to advance and was letting them kill people in the rebel-held city of Misratah “every day”.

He said: “Nato is moving very slowly, allowing Gaddafi forces to advance. Nato has become our problem.”

Maybe the rebels could subject NATO troops to some remedial training, huh?

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Too close to call in Wisconsin

There is still hope in the Wisconsin Supreme Court Election.

The race between a conservative-leaning Wisconsin Supreme Court justice and a little-known challenger fueled by a wave of anger over the state’s divisive new union rights law was too close to call early Wednesday morning.

Unofficial returns from Tuesday’s election showed Justice David Prosser and his opponent, JoAnne Kloppenburg, were separated by fewer than 600 votes with 99 percent of precincts reporting. The contest was close enough that a recount appeared likely.

Under Wisconsin election law, a candidate has three days after the official results have been tallied to request a recount. The candidate must specify a reason for the request, such as a belief a mistake was made in the counting or some other irregularity.

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Critical Mass.™ – Wisconsin was a cakewalk…

1,000’s of Massachusetts public union turds promise to die to prevent a bill similar to the one passed in Wisconsin?

My question, why so few?

If you think the Wisconsinites were radical… wait til you see what comes out of the Land of Fwank.

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Soros’ Gavilon buys AWB, Union elevator to become 3rd largest grain company on earth.

I would advise that anyone who questions whether the price of food is going to go through the roof soon – take a look at what the Spooky Dude is buying up, and ask themselves “why?”.

 His “energy, fertilizer, and farm commodities group” is now the third-largest grain company on planet earth, behind Cargill and Archer-Daniels-Midland. Those who control resources, control people. Think about that and let it sink in real good.

George Soros is buying up control (or a sizeable portion) of the grain operations, the elevators, the export terminals, but also, the feed grain operations. That’s right. They will control how much you pay for grain and how much the farmer, whose cattle you will purchase, will pay for his grain.

I understand your prior reticence to believe what we’ve been telling you. I do. It sounded crazy, but ask yourself this – How many times have we here at the Revo been right?

Buy. Food. Now.

AWB has signed up Gavilon, the Soros-backed commodities giant, as a partner for its flagging Australian grains business, six months after a deal between the two groups was first rumoured.

US-based Gavilon has agreed outline terms over paying book value, plus an unspecified premium, for AWB’s domestic commodity management business, with a final deal expected by June.

AWB in September revealed it was in “preliminary talks” with an unnamed investor, which was rumoured to be Gavilon, over a tie-up at its domestic grains business.

“….. Gavilon – the energy, fertilizer and farm commodities group …..

Union Elevator:

(Reuters) – U.S. grain firm Gavilon Grain said on Thursday it will buy Union Elevator and Warehouse’s 16 grain elevators in the Pacific Northwest , the company’s second big purchase of U.S. grain facilities in the last six months. Privately held Union Elevator, where employees own a significant share of the company, approved the transaction on Wednesday, with sale expected to be completed during the second quarter of 2011.

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I’ve seen the first political ad of the 2012 Presidential Election Campaign

How’s this for starters?

OUCH!

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