13 November 2008


Stock Market Over/Under

6000 by June 09. "Gird Your Loins!"

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12 November 2008


America Didn't Want Issues

Okay, let's get something straight about this election. America didn't want issues. Despite as many on the left like to argue, the fact is, the an overwhelming majority of Americans don't understand them to begin with.

Obama's electorate wanted a good looking, articulate lawyer to fill a suit. Sure, they wanted change from the direction this country is in now, but most people don't have a clue as to what or how that is accomplished. If they did, we'd already have all the answers and the market wouldn't be in turmoil. I mean, if the electorate really knew the workings of the market, they'd be self-made Warren Buffets.

Obama's campaign was comprised of rhetoric and catch-phrases. When he/they did speak about issues, he fell flat on his face (see Joe the Plumber, Joe Biden urging us to gird our loins). It was certainly effect enough though. With no experience or a position to stand on, it was like trying to play catch with a handful of sand. And if anyone was lucky enough to pin him down on an issue, they were branded a racist, mean-spirited or ignorant. Meanwhile, the vermin on the left used they're stooges to attack Palin and her family on grounds that had nothing to do with politics and would be consider libelous and slanderous if done to any other American. Obama's never denounced that.

So, folks, if it makes you feel good to tell yourself that Obama won over the voter's on key issues such as hope, change and good-looks, so be it. But much like not being proud of what Obama really stands for and coming out and defending it (socialism) i doubt that anyone will be happy to own up to the fact issues were really tertiary at best.

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07 November 2008


Palin Thrown Under the Bus - Whigs in Control of the Republican Party

It wasn't 24 hours since the election was over, and reports (this time more verified than the shots in the dark the Huffington Rag took) of GOP insiders throwing Sarah Palin under the bus started flowing. I'm not an insider, but I really believe the old guard fat cats of the party never really warmed to her and McCain, and thus sponsored such an apathetic campaign.

Hopefully the Republican party will wake up and realize that their establishment, who wouldn't fully accept Palin as one of their own, is disenfranchising many who became Republicans after the Democratic party turned into a party of the fringe. While many of us didn't agree with the big business love fest (although we admit we cannot continuously kill the goose who laid the golden egg), we came to their party because we believed in family values, strong national defense, low taxes and low spending. And, while they have talked a good game over the past ten years, they haven't held up their end of the bargain. Obama didn't do anything magical, the Republicans did things marginally. While he whipped up a fervor among the outright socialist and left-wing extremists in this country, many people simply voted for him because he promised change, and although misplaced, people bought on it.

So, now I say, there are two options, the Republicans can either go back to the stance that worked before, or we as the American public need to abandon the established two-parties of tweedledee and tweedledum. Personally, I sent in my change of registration the next morning to the Constitution Party. I'm not jumping off some band wagon. I just woke up and realized that neither of these two parties give a damn about the American people.

The election is over. I'm not going to go into detail about the socialism and pain this country is going to face, all in the name of change. What does need done though, as many of you have stated, is to hold both parties feet to the fire. Yes, America, we have two choices, the Democratic-Socialist Party and the Republican-Whig party. And as long as that is the case, the American people's wants and needs will never be truly on the agenda of DC.

*AFC Note* I had an unfortunate event occur a few days back which required medical attention, thus I have not been able to post as frequently as normal, or with as much detail and energy as normal. I hope to discuss more about the reform needed in DC in the upcoming days as I go through my recovery. Thank you.

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05 November 2008


Napalm in the Morning: America's Morning After Pill

Well folks, if there was ever a reason in this country to administer a mass morning-after pill to this country, it was last night. I can't say I'm stunned by the results of the election. It was pretty apparent early on that the majority of America was more concerned with their perceived pocket book shortages and changing history than they were with defending this country and what it stands for. My hope, and failing, was that I still had faith in the majority of this country.

Now some will say, that is a pretty bitter statement, and your right. But I'm not somebody who is going to all of a sudden start jumping on the bandwagon against my morals and beliefs. The problem as a whole is far more systemic than the fact that Obama won the White House. I'm not sure exactly how I am going to organize this, other than how I feel is what will be said.

First off, I will tip my cap to the Obama campaign. Anyone who can uproot the Juggernaut Clinton machine and raise as much money as they did played the 21st century politics game to a T. While I firmly believe that much of what they did was highly suspicious, the bottom line is, they did it, and while I agree with almost nothing on their agenda, their ability to turn the beast loose in America is something to marvel.

Now, onto John McCain. I have to admit, he wasn't my first choice as far as potential nominees. I really didn't have one, and I think a lot of Republicans had the same issue, and I think that really bit his run in the ass when all was said and done. I was impressed with his defense record and his personal courage and history, while I really admired Mitt Romney's financial background but was highly impressed with Mike Huckabee's social stances and his ability to talk to and identify with people. Lest we forget Rudy Giuliani, who truly did marvels to clean up the city of New York, as a Republican in a heavily liberal city, and was a beacon of American resolve during 9/11. Each had great strengths, but each had great weaknesses. McCain's economic background wasn't very strong, there were questions about Romney's social views, Huckabee was viewed by many as socially too far right-wing (which I personally disagree with), and Giuliani was the opposite socially. In contrast, for the Democrats, it was easy. You either had to choose between left, and lunatic fringe left.

But, back to McCain. As an individual, I gained a ton of respect for him. I had always kind of viewed him as a borderline RINO prior to this election, but I truly feel he did his absolute best to represent the party as a whole. Further, I was amazed in his ability to keep pace on the campaign trail, especially the last 72 hours. Any idiot who said he was too old would be lucky to do the same (7 states in 24 hours). Further, you could tell he was and lives his life in great pain from the torture he endured as a POW. And let me take a quick second to say to all of those pure pieces of human waste, who questioned the legitimacy of his service and made fun of his scars and pain, that you people do not deserve to have a seconds worth of air in this country.

Now here is where I really get heated. I would personally like to meet and slap the campaign mangers of McCain along with the rest of the Republican National Committee. They ran an absolute awful...awful campaign. It was like they weren't even trying. By allowing Obama to go months without seriously being questioned about his relationships with Ayers, Wright, Khalid, Nation of Islam, the Socialist Party, his lack of experience, his radical views growing up etc., they legitimized him as a candidate. I would have painted into a corner before he ever had an opportunity to say "I'm Barack Ob...." and the American public would have finished the sentence for him. They would have known all they needed to know about him before he ever got a chance to get a boot off the ground. And, how the hell the RNC could let senate seat and house seat fall by the wayside and play the "let's just hope they don't take too many this time" game is beyond me.

Now, going back to the Democrat side, not just the campaign but the intelligentsia and the media. I know they really don't care, but I'm sure I'm not alone in this view, but no matter what they do, they have done more the fracture this country than ever before. I truly believe that no matter what they do, the wounds they have inflicted in this race will take generations to heal. The last straw for me was the treatment given to Gov. Sarah Palin and her family. How dare anyone say the vitriolic, hateful, slanderous things they did about her. From making and posting fake pornographic pictures of her on the Internet, to portraying her as a bumbling idiot, they truly have shown that the Democratic party is not the party for women's rights. Its the party for "Some Women's Rights". After 8 years though of attacking Bush, 2 years of patronizing McCain and 6 months of slandering Palin, its a wonder the media didn't create a 80/20 voting split in this country.

So, I've come to a great re-awakening today. We need massive reform in this country, NOW! I'll go much further in depth in shortly, but I will leave you with this: As far as both the Republicans and Democrats go, I say, a pox on both their houses. And, as far as the election goes, maybe Rev. Wright was right. "America's chickens are coming home to roost." We truly will reap what we have sewn in this country, and maybe only then, America will snap out of its lethargy and apathy. The damage though, maybe too far done.

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04 November 2008


Black Panthers Blocking Poll Site in Philadelphia

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Breaking News: First Reports of Voter Fraud and Intimidation In Philadelphia

09:03 AM-Just breaking out of Pennsylvania. In the heavily democrat West Philadelphia, PA, Republican poll watchers have been thrown out of the precinct, being told by Democrat Party leaders that they may only enter the polls under their authorization.

Updated info here

A lot of ballot stuffing is probably going on there folks.

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03 November 2008


Official AFC Electoral Map Projection

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Nov 3, 2008 Polls are Puzzling - Skewed Towards Obama?

I know a lot of people are becoming suspicious of the polls showing Obama ahead by vast margins. I'm not a statistician or a pollster, so I'm not going to try to analyze the hard numbers. However, I do know some basics about selecting a good representation of the populace.

The first poll is the NBC-Wall Street Journal Poll released today which shows Obama up +8. Here's a few puzzling things about this poll. The first question about the poll is there sampling method. For some strange reason, they only accepted responses from individuals who only had a cell phone and no land line. Any respondents who answered that they had both were terminated from the poll.

1b. Do you have a landline in addition to your cell phone, or is your cell phone the only telephone you have? +


Have a landline ................................. - TERMINATE [139]
Cell phone is only telephone............. 100 CONTINUE
Not sure .......................................... - TERMINATE
+ Results shown reflect responses among likely voters.

As you can see, anyone who answered that they had a landline or unsure were terminated from the poll. Now this makes me wonder what type of population target would only have a cell phone. I understand it is becoming more and more popular, however, the pollsters do not share why this is such an important qualifier to participate in their poll.

The second point of confusion is the question dealing with the potential voters level of interest in this election. Basically, the only two criteria that allow you to vote in this poll is either if you rate it a 10 out of 10 or you have already voted.

2. Using a ten-point scale, please tell me how likely you are to vote in the November fourth elections for
president and Congress. If you are certain that you will vote, pick a number closer to "eight," "nine," or
"ten." If it is less likely that you will vote, use a number closer to "one," "two," or "three." You may choose
any number from one to ten. +


10, certain to vote ............................. 91 CONTINUE [140-141]
9 ....................................................... -
8 ....................................................... -
7 ....................................................... -
6 ....................................................... -
5 ....................................................... - TERMINATE
4 ....................................................... -
3 ....................................................... -
2 ....................................................... -
1, less likely to vote........................... -
Already voted (VOL) ....................... 9 CONTINUE
Not sure .......................................... - TERMINATE
+ Results shown reflect responses among likely voters.

Now for some reason they are using this response as their only way to determine whether or not someone is a likely voter. Now, I'm far from an expert, but why would someone who only viewed this election as a 9 out of 10 in importance be considered an unlikely voter?

Next on the hit parade is the Marist Poll which shows Obama +9 over McCain. Now this poll really makes me wonder about its validity all together. To me, if you were a pollster who really wanted to claim the validity of your poll, would you describe your respondents as the following:

Nature of the Sample: 830 Americans
This survey was conducted on November 2, 2008. 830 adults 18 years of age or older within the
continental United States were interviewed by telephone. Telephone numbers were selected based
upon a list of telephone exchanges from throughout the nation. The exchanges were selected to
ensure that each region was represented in proportion to its population. The results of the entire
survey are statistically significant at ±3.5%. There are 747 registered voters and 635 likely voters.
The results for these sub-samples are each statistically significant at ±4%. The margin for error
increases for cross-tabulations.

First of all, I'm glad that they sampled 830 Americans. I mean, if the results from Zimbabwe would have showed Obama +9 I would definitely be thinking that Obama could be posed for a landslide victory. But here is the problem with this description. There is none. Who is to say they didn't call San Francisco, New York City, Detroit, and Atlanta to come up with their sample? I mean, that would cover each region of the country right? Second, I don't know how in the hell you can take responses from 830 Americans and determine what nearly 130,000,000 plus potential voters will do. That is a sample of .0000061% of the population. That's roughly equivalent to to asking one person in California how the voted and then calling a race on it as an exit poll.

Next up is the Rasmussen Reports Poll. To see the full sampling method of this poll, you have to buy a subscription the the site, so you have to be a little leery to begin with. Second, Rasmussen admits to setting a goal to weight its polls by seeking out 9.7% more Democrats to responds than Republicans, which is rather unprecedented. There has never been that great of disparity in turnout before and I doubt that this election will be that much different. But hey, it sells subscriptions right?

Gallup is its own animal. They've hedged their bets using three different sampling methods. There final prediction is Obama 55% to McCain 44%. What doesn't make sense here is that third party candidates Bob Barr, Ralph Nader others have combined been attracting anywhere from 3-6% of the vote. So unless Gallup is suggesting that 105% of the electorate is going to vote this year, which is totally possible with ACORN registering more voters in Indianapolis than there are legal voting aged people, there is one red flag against them.

Then Gallup comes up with this gem of doublespeak:

Survey Methods

Results are based on telephone interviews with 3,050 national adults, aged 18 and older, conducted Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2008. For results based on the total sample of national adults, one can say with 95% confidence that the maximum margin of sampling error is ±2 percentage points.

What the hell does that mean? I'm not exactly sure how you can have a percentage of a percentage. It's kind of like saying there will be a 90% chance of having 20% chance of showers this evening. How am I supposed to read that. Am I supposed to add the 5% uncertainty in their own polls to the 2% admitted margin of error? Is this their way of trying to say, hey, we could be off by 7% but it sounds a lot better on us.


Should I multiply the two? Would that mean that they are trying to say that there is .0001 chance they are wrong? Do I carry they one? What about the numerator?


Was in Col. Mustard in the Kitchen with the Candlestick?

Okay, then there is the Diageo/Hotline poll. Now if you visit the link provided by Real Clear Politics you get a page that looks like a third graders attempt at building a web page.

Once again, third party candidates aren't even factored into this poll:

The Early Line: Diageo/Hotline Tracking Poll

Obama/Biden 50%
McCain/Palin 45%
Undec 5%

So, as you can see, you either supported Obama, McCain or were Undec (which I'm assuming means undecided but could also be an abbreviation for a new UN agency Obama is proposing, totally funded by the US of course). There is no factoring for the 3-6% of third party votes.

Diageo/Hotline's description of their sample consisted of one louse sentence:

Today's Diageo/Hotline tracking poll, conducted 10/31-11/2 by FD, surveyed 887 LVs and has a margin of error of +/- 3.3%. Party ID Breakdown for the sample is 41%D, 36%R, 18%I.

Now I ask you folks. If you were a student and used that as your sample description in a junior high class, would you get away with it? Probably not. But, apparently its good enough for professional pollsters.

One last thing about this poll which is peculiar is this statement:

Based on an analysis of responses to questions on candidates' images, party ID and demographics, "Refused" responses in the head-to-head question were assigned to Obama, McCain or undec.

Um, so what exactly does that mean? Does that mean if someone responded that they were a registered Democrat and then refused to answer who they were voting for that the vote automatically went to Obama? The poll apparently only asked 3 questions: What party are you, did you vote yet and who will/did you vote for. I mean, if electing a president came down to who had more registered voters in their party, this poll and statement would make a lot more sense. Of course, ACORN has also been using the same philosophy, "stock-watering" the populace with fraudulent voters so pollsters skew and weigh their numbers to unrealistic proportions. I mean, they have to account for the fact that Mickey Mouse will be voting 15 times this year in 8 states and 3 counties in Ohio.

So folks, I'm not a professional by any stretch and I'm sure the Obama-trons will say that 50,000,000 Frenchmen can't be wrong, but there are a lot of fundamental questions about these polls that are accepted for gospel truth. The only thing we can do is make sure we get out and vote tomorrow if you haven't already and make these pollsters eat crow along with the rest of the main-stream media. That is of course if MSNBC doesn't call the race for Obama at 08:01 AM EST.

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AFC Endorses McCain. Obama's Platform Plagiarized From Socialist Party USA

Sen. John McCain is a man who has devoted his life to this country, had the experience to keep America safe and is the one candidate who will not radically change America into a third-world welfare state. It is for this reason, among many others, that The Flying Circus overwhelmingly endorses the McCain/Palin ticket in the 2008 election.

I know many of you out there have been waiting to cast your ballots in baited breath, holding off to see which way you should vote pending AFC's endorsement. On the issues, Barack Obama is flat out scary. His platform not only is radical, it is also unoriginal and plagiarized from the Socialist Party USA candidate Brian Moore's website:

On Iraq:
Socialist Party USA Platform
"Stop The War in Iraq and Afghanistan and bring the American troops and reconstruction companies home immediately."

Barack Obama's Platform
"Immediately upon taking office, Obama will give his Secretary of Defense and military commanders a new mission in Iraq: ending the war."

On Health Care:
Socialist Party USA Platform
"Implement a national health care system to include comprehensive health, dental and mental health care for all residents, foreign and domestic."

Barack Obama's Platform
"Obama and Biden will require coverage of preventive services, including cancer screenings"

On Defense:
Socialist Party USA Platform
"Call for immediate 50% cut in the military budget, with additional 50% over the next 10 years"

Barack Obama's Platform
"Call for the immediate cut of 25% in the defense budget."

On Labor:
Socialist Party USA Platform
"Mandate right of employees for access to chose labor union representation to assure fair salaries and benefits"

Barack Obama's Platform
"Obama and Biden will strengthen the ability of workers to organize unions. He will fight for passage of the Employee Free Choice Act."

On Wages:
Socialist Party USA Platform
"Initiate a guaranteed income for all American families, working or not, at a level of $35,000 per year per adult (2008 Cost of Living levels)"
Barack Obama's Platform
"Barack Obama and Joe Biden will raise the minimum wage, index it to inflation and increase the Earned Income Tax Credit to make sure that full-time workers earn a living wage that allows them to raise their families and pay for basic needs."

On Abortion:
Socialist Party USA Platform
"Support a woman's right to choose in matters of abortion; and oppose all restrictions on access to abortion."
Barack Obama's Platform
"However, he has been a consistent champion of reproductive choice and will make preserving women's rights under Roe v. Wade a priority as President. He opposes any constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court's decision in that case."

On Civil Rights:
Socialist Party USA Platform:
1) end all restrictions in law and work place, marriages and sodomy laws
2) prevent student violence and discrimination in schools and all of society
3) federal ban on all forms of job discrimination, on the basis of race, sexual orientation, gender or economic status
4) oppose English as the only official language
Barack Obama's Platform:
"Obama and Biden will work to overturn the Supreme Court's recent ruling that curtails women’s and racial minorities' ability to challenge pay discrimination. They will also pass the Fair Pay Act to ensure that women receive equal pay for equal work and the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity or expression."

Not only has the Obama campaign taken credit for the work of the Socialist Party USA without giving recognition, Obama has also helped to destroy Al Gore's Internet. Obama has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to have individuals sit behind a computer all day and attack people who do not support Obama and label them as racists or fear mongerers. These Obama-bots, Obama-trons and probable supporters of beastiality have absolutely ruined Yahoo News with their incessant buzzing of bird-cage liners such as the Huffington Post and DailyKos's articles.

The Obama-led left has greatly fractured America to the point where any chance at unity will never happen. His supporters have ensured that this by making this campaign one personal attack after another on McCain, Palin and anyone who isn't a card-carrying member of the Socialist Party.

Therefore, among many reasons, the AFC is throwing its heavy leverage behind the McCain campaign, a move that will surely build enough momentum to defend this great country from the overt Socialists that surround us.


Murtha = Stunned. Soldier Confronts Murtha during Town Hall on Iraq

Look at the look on John "Surrender at Any Cost" Murtha's face! I know this soldier speaks for an overwhelming majority of us. Vote Russell tommorow folks and make sure we get this treasonist Murtha out of office ASAP!

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Prevent and Prepare for Post-Election Rioting and 4 Years of Flesh-Eating

As the election nears, the good folks over at zombiedefense.org have given us yet another good reason to vote Republican this year. Zombiedefense.org is a site committed to preparing man for the impending zombie invasion, however, there site offers many tactics and techniques that also could be applied when dealing with an Obama-tron, especially in a Post-Obama Election Regime or rioting.

Zombolitics: Can Our Leaders Protect Us?
As time flawlessly marches toward the inevitable future (a future strewn with the corpses of the less careful, and ruled by those who can match cleverness with a willingness to eat canned dog food long after others have lost the stomach (or brain) for it), American voters find themselves faced with a critical question of societal import: “With what leadership should I cast my lot?” The staff at zombiedefense.org has prepared the following voting guide to help the thoughtful public make informed decisions about their choice of leadership.

The Democratic Party

The modern American Democratic Party has long symbolized selflessness, compassion, socialism, high taxes, and general queerness. Embracing such leaders as convicted fake war hero John Kerry and ambulance-chasing John Edwards, the Democrats have always erred on the side of pussiness. Such non-confrontational pussiness may be critical when trying to convince a college coed to give you a hand job, but when it comes to cracking shamblor skulls with whatever’s handy, it is in fact a notable weakness – just like Medicare and Social Security.

At a campaign rally in 1982, senior Democrat Ted Kennedy was quoted as saying “Zombies? I’m so fucking drunk I feel like drowning a hooker.” While such a mean streak could be helpful in fueling axe-blows with rage, they become useless when diluted with positions supporting gay marriage and the pro-abortion movement. Current California senator Barbara Boxer recently stated: “I’m not saying that zombies are real. But, if they are, they’re still members of this society, and they deserve the same opportunities to work and live like the rest of us. Or unlive. Whatever they do, we need to raise taxes.”

Despite these obvious character flaws inherent in the base Democratic political philosophy, we must examine their anti-zombie policies for what they’re worth.

The Right to Unlife Act (Zell Miller, D. Georgia, 1999) - Mr. Miller’s bill guaranteed that any zombie (Miller insists on referring to them as “re-animated peoples”) has a right to full civil penalties if injured in a police attack. Such legislation was struck down by the courts in Shamblor Doe vs. Arizona, when even noted feminist Ruth Bader-Ginsburg was forced to comment “that was some fucked-up shit, there” in her decision.

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 - The SOA contains a little-known provision stating that the Boy Scouts of America must bear a certain quota of zombie scout leaders, despite the obvious risks to the pre-gay weeblos. Again, this provision was thankfully line-item vetoed by President George W. Bush (or as we at zd.o like to call him, George Z. Bush).

The poorly named acronymic “HOTBIC” (Homosexuals Ought To Be In Charge) Act (Hillary Clinton, D. New York, 2003) - Sponsored by none other than Arkansas’ own New York senator, Hillary Clinton, the HOTBIC act not only mandated homosexual relations for all elected officials, it also featured an unrelated addendum that made it illegal to use a handgun in defense against shamblors “of any race, creed, or ethnicity.” It remains the flagship legislation in the Democrats pro-gay-zombie platform.

The Republican Party

In recent years, with the waning popularity of civil rights, personal freedoms, and a fair and impartial court system, the Republican Party has flexed its political will on behalf of the people of America. Republicans have led the fight against Terrorism (which in turn includes “terror”, and let’s be brutally frank – one can’t have true terror without shamblors), and their increased efforts to tighten our borders against both Canadian zombies (“Maplors”) and Messican zombies (“Somberors”) have created a safer America.

Pennsylvania hero-senator Rick Santorum spoke at a recent “Focus on the Family” event in Scranton. From his speech:

"Every day, I pray for America. I pray for the wealthy families who struggle daily to earn a twelve percent return on their investments. I pray for our soldiers who are constantly emptying clips into shameless heathens who have the audacity to pray to the moon-god Allah. But, most of all, I pray that if this nation should EVER be threatened by zombies, we’ll shoot first and pray later. That’s why I propose curtailing the right to privacy and a ban on cheerleading."

Embattled former house majority leader Tom DeLay, at a $10,000 plate fundraiser, concurred. “I don’t know how they do things in Vermont,” he explained to a cheering crowd, “but in Texas we shoot ‘em." Then he turned the conversation from civil rights to the undead, and a hush fell over the crowd. Monocles twinkled in the candlelight as he continued. “Zombies need to be killed, re-killed, whatever you call it. I don’t think the Founding Fathers intended us to sit on our hands while our children are being eaten. Wait – maybe they did...”

Their legislation and capital expenditures reflect their mission.

The Boeing AXA - Funded through the current administration’s defense budget, this unmanned flying vehicle can decommission a shamblor from over two hundred feet away with its microwave ray cannon.

The “Right to Bear Arms and Remove Zombie Heads” Initiative - Run through Dr. Bill Frist’s office, this series of bills seeks to legalize the use of US Armed Forces Reserves for anti-zombie exercises in the Sonoran Desert. In addition, it looks to legalize private posession of ursine forelimbs.

The “Jews for a Consistent Death” Act - Authored by Republican senator Joe Lieberman, this act seeks to clearly denote any media (music, video, etc.) that contains pro-zombie messages, so that parents can make informed decisions for their children.

The Republican leadership, in both the executive and legislative branches, has consistently created laws that not only protect America from the threats of homosexual infiltration, but against the looming threat of shamblific deterioration. The research staff at zd.o suggests that a well-informed voter will consider the risks of voting in people who don't like to shoot other people. zd.o thinks that America's post-necropalyptic future will be best served by electing leaders without an ability to empathize and a propensity for violence.

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02 November 2008


Breaking News: Shocking New Internal Poll Numbers! McCain Set for Landslide

Unbelievable new internal poll numbers! Internal pollsters on the Quinn and Rose show are showing there is a strong possibility of a McCain landslide on Tuesday!

Listen to them here: New Poll Numbers

  • New Jersey: McCain leads 48 to 43, with 7% undecided.
  • Michigan: McCain leads 44 to 42, with 10% undecided.
  • California: Obama leads 44 to 43, with 9/% undecided, 3% for Barr.
  • Pennsylvania: McCain leads 55 to 33, with 10% undecided. In Pennsylvania Obama only leads among Democrats by 47 to 37, with 14% undecided.


Obama's Computer vs McCain's Computer

I had to outright steal this from The Patriot Room. As an aviator, I can appreciate this. Now all you Obama troll-weenies can buzz this down and bury this on your Commodore 64's...bitches.

See Original Post Here: http://patriotroom.com/?p=3682

Attention Pennsylvania! Obama: "We'll bankrupt coal plants."

If you or your family is in a coal related job, from mining, driving or energy production, it would well be worth your time to check out this link courtesy of hotair.com:

Obama: We’ll bankrupt any new coal plants

This means YOU, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virgina, Virginia, North Carolina! How the hell is he going to improve your financial situation when he puts your family members out of work, all in the name of going green!


Obama Relationships: Where there's Smoke, there's Fire!

One thing I haven't been able to get a handle on this election is the fact that despite the numerous negative and sometimes dangerous associations that Barrack Obama has tied to him, many either aren't paying attention or just don't care.

It used to be, "Tell me who your friends are, and I'll tell you what kind of person you are." The Obama camp has done an excellent job of deflecting, spinning and denying Obama's long ties with former felons, racists preachers, and terrorist supporters. Thus, it is up to us to make the connection. Now of course, once one begins to piece together the facts that Obama has been surrounded by many people we would never be caught dead with, one is accused of either being a racist or inspiring fear, but folks, their IS a lot to be afraid of.

Its kind of like telling someone "Hey, stop spreading fear by telling your kids not to play with matches." Or, "The fact that we're trying to convert this country to a Socialist regime has nothing to do with the issues." Yeah, Obama has the best firemen in this business if people are buying off on that.

Obviously by now, if you know about Obama's Ayers relationship, the Rezko sweetheart property deal, the Rev. Wright Church of Hate, the Obama-Khalid-PLO connection, and still are a stooge for the left, their is no helping you. I'll come out and say it. You fall into one of two categories: You truly hate what this country and everything it stands for or you want a free ride through life.

I'm not really sorry if that offends anyone, but that is the naked truth. But there are folks out there who truly are undecided at this stage in the election. You know, in some ways as far as mental health and overall well-being is concerned, they probably are better off for it if its a case of them just not paying attention for the past two years. So to those people, I say to you, despite the fact that the Obama camp has been able to shrug off four or five very incriminating relationships that would get any normal person either investigated by the FBI or imprisoned, just think about what skeletons are yet to come out of the closet?

And, for that matter, a leopard doesn't change its spots. For Obama to spend a life time surrounded by such questionably charectered people, shows serious poor judgement on his behalf. Are you ready for him to do the same in the White House?

People have argued with me "Why can't you find anything good to say about Obama?" Well, my reply is, there really isn't anything good to say about him. What we do know about him is downright scary. His record in the Senate is virtually non-existent because he was there for little over a year before he started campaigning for the White House. Further, anytime anyone tries to investigate into his background they find more and more incriminating information about him. Then, when they come forward with it, they are accused of being a racist or spreading fear. I'll say again, sometimes it pays off to be a little fearful of things (IE petting a rattlesnake, trusting a child molester to babysit your kids etc).

So folks, the next time you hear someone accusing a person critical of Obama's poorly thought out plans, Socialist ideologies and criminal relations, ask them if they thought their parents were inciting fear for making them look both ways before crossing the street. Then see what kind of reaction you get.

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