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Another November Is Coming

By Greg L | 21 September 2010 | Virginia Politics, US Senate | 29 Comments

It’s well worth noting that Senators Webb and Warner voted today to attach provisions to the Defense Authorization Bill to force military hospitals to perform abortions, permit open homosexuality in the Armed Forces, and give illegal alien “children” up to 35 years of age in-state tuition rates and amnesty so they can sponsor their parents for permanent residency under the “family reunification” policy.  Do they really think we’re going to forget this by the time they again run for re-election?

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  1. Senator Scott Brown (RINO) said on 21 Sep 2010 at 7:57 pm:
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  2. Disgusted said on 21 Sep 2010 at 9:07 pm:
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    No. They don’t care a whit about what conservatives think.

  3. Cuthulu's prohphet said on 21 Sep 2010 at 9:49 pm:
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    Cuthulu is going to punish you for your lies. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cthulhu

  4. G Man said on 22 Sep 2010 at 6:26 am:
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    Reid, Webb, and Warner - the best friends an illegal alien ever had!

  5. park'd said on 22 Sep 2010 at 7:26 am:
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    yes. and we will. guaranteed. va. is a blue state now anyway whether we like it or not. liberals have taken over the population centers. wait until 20 million people are given amnesty. there won’t be a republican in office for generations after that. think i am joking? think again.

  6. Jeff Hunter said on 22 Sep 2010 at 8:21 am:
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    Probably so. I’d like to think that park’d is wrong but it’s sad to say the he’s probably right, but not because Virginia is a “blue state now” but because people these days have societal ADD. We, as a nation, couldn’t remember the problems we endured as recent as 1976-1980 or even 1992-2000 and we elected the “bright and shiny new thing”. Not because it was the right thing to do at the time, but because we wanted “hope and change”. (I mean the royal “we” here . . . personally I held my nose and voted for the lesser of the two evils)

    We certainly got what we asked for and now folks have figured out what the “change” really meant, which is why the TEA Parties are so popular now. They’re the new “bright and shiny new thing” with a promise for “change”. That doesn’t mean they’re wrong. It just means that at the first stumble or sign of trouble folks will be looking for something different and “new” and unforutnately that will mean going back again to higher taxes and more statist policies.

  7. Chris said on 22 Sep 2010 at 8:27 am:
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  8. Harold72 said on 22 Sep 2010 at 9:28 am:
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    The jury is no longer out on Webby but we knew Warner was a flaming kool aid drinker all along.

    Both of these guys are turds and traitors, especially Jimmy boy-but you get what you vote for.

    He used to supposedly profess to be dead set against the illeagal’s, but I guess that was all bluster.

    We have got to remember and mount a campaign against “Jimmy the Turd” and get him OUT in 2 years, then the other waste of a clown after him.

    He needs to go back to CT and run that liberal socialst BS up there. Let’s send him on his way.

  9. park'd said on 22 Sep 2010 at 12:50 pm:
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    There has NEVER been a politician elected to office that did anything about cracking down on illegal immigration except for maybe Tancredo or Hayworth. This goes particularly for Virginia politicians at any level. You might say well what about Corey Stewart. My response would be what about him? His impotent attempt at the 2007 legislation was met with a FU from his OWN police chief which he allowed to stand without repercussions to the chief. All it did was cause ALL of the illegals to ditch their homes en masse causing massive foreclosures in the area and a drop in property values that most of us will never be able to dig ourselves out of. The illegals all returned mere months later anyway as renters AND in more numbers. What about McDonnell or Cuccinelli? Haven’t heard much out of them with regard to illegal immigration since they were elected either…

    You’d think that republicans would be smart enough to see the writing on the wall that their party will be extinct within 20 years if they allow amnesty to occur. The democrats will have a hold on national politics for decades if amnesty is allowed to occur and 20-30 million illegals are given the right to vote. America will be a single party system like Mexico where the PRI held power for 70 odd years. I keep telling people to brace for amnesty because it is coming. And then 20-40 years later you won’t be able to tell the difference between the USA and any other 3rd world rat hole. With any luck I will be dead by then so I don’t have to witness it.

  10. Harold72 said on 22 Sep 2010 at 5:37 pm:
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    20 or 30 million, if amnesty goes through it will be more like 100 million plus!!!

  11. legal2 said on 22 Sep 2010 at 8:41 pm:
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  12. Senator Scott Brown (RINO) said on 22 Sep 2010 at 9:54 pm:
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    So many naysayers here. Reagan would not have such pessimistic views. Have faith in our nation (the real people, not the elitist left) and do your part to return this great country to its core principles and all will be fine. It starts this November.

  13. hmm... said on 23 Sep 2010 at 3:35 pm:
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    “All it did was cause ALL of the illegals to ditch their homes en masse causing massive foreclosures in the area”

    The available evidence does not support that conclusion.

  14. USA said on 23 Sep 2010 at 4:43 pm:
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    What does the available evidence say? And who says it?

  15. es_la_ley said on 23 Sep 2010 at 5:22 pm:
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    “Illegal alien convicted of raping his foster mom in Virginia”

    He just “walked across the border and took a bus to Richmond, Va.”


  16. they're watching said on 23 Sep 2010 at 7:15 pm:
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    “What does the available evidence say? And who says it?”

    Google “virginia foreclosure rate” and you’ll find a report.

  17. Anonymous said on 23 Sep 2010 at 8:20 pm:
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    Holy crap, es-la-lay.

    Mexican teen illegal alien, not stopped at our border, not deported, is instead placed in a Virginia foster home by government social services and Lutheran church services. Rapes foster mom and comes up with a contorted blackmail scheme to extort 15 grand from foster family…by threatening to accuse the foster mom of forced sex:



  18. Anonymous said on 23 Sep 2010 at 10:10 pm:
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    It should scare and piss the living hell out of even the most complacent and politically indifferent American citizen:

    The Obama DOJ appears to be involved in an egregious distortion and cover-up of crimes which are clearly unconstitutional. There isn’t a citizen in the United States unaffected by such felonious behavior at the highest levels of our government.

    “New Black Panther Party Case Update: E-mails Call into Question the DOJ’s Story”


  19. Prester John said on 24 Sep 2010 at 6:31 pm:
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    Yesterday Webb and Warner also voted for the DISCLOSE act which is a frontal assault on free speech that would serve to silence or otherwise intimidate interest groups to keep them from informing the electorate about the candidates. Somehow, of course, the DISCLOSE act exempts those huge, older, well funded organizations like the NRA, AARP and labor unions.


  20. USA said on 25 Sep 2010 at 6:27 am:
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    The report(s) speak to the rate of foreclosures in Virginia. I don’t see how the local communities stack up, nor do I see any reference to how many foreclosures were attributable to illegals bailing.

    I think any rational, sentient person would agree that there were numerous shady loans made to illegals, that the illegals bailed and that we, the taxpayers, are left holding yet another unnecessary bag. Together with the out of control health care, legal costs, incarceration costs and the horrific cost of crimes committed against legal citizens.

    Not to mention the totally unacceptable body count left behind from the irresponsible, reckless and illegal acts of these animals.

    All unnecessary. All aided and abetted by our elected cretins.

    Another quite intended consequence of the criminal greed of a few and moronic, idiotic and childish leftist agendas of the many.

    Quite a price to pay for “diversity”, eh?

  21. park'd said on 25 Sep 2010 at 9:09 am:
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    Maybe the word ’cause’ is probably not correct because it insinuates that the resolution was what caused all of the foreclosures. The correct result of the resolution was that it caused all of the illegals to just say ‘F it’ all at the same time and fold their cards and walk away, and I repeat: all at the same time. Without that resolution they still would have foreclosed anyway but most likely not all at the SAME time, which would have allowed the area to better absorb the disaster instead of the massive tsunami which we got. If you don’t agree with that then you really need to take a class in Vulcan logic. The resolution was a disaster in design and scope because it was doomed from the start by certain individuals who never had any intention of enforcing it and by others who didn’t have the balls to weed out the individuals who were refusing to enforce it. We all know full well which players are whom in this little tale of history. All in all there are very few zipcodes nationwide that got hit as badly as some in the PWC, MC, and MP areas did, as far as property values go. Ask yourself why that is? Hmm…

    I urge ALL of you to think VERY carefully before you vote for ANY incumbent this year, assuming you still believe that elections and voting still matters (I don’t). Ask yourself, “is my life better in the past 2-4 years since this person has been representing me? Is my neighborhood cleaner with less crime? Are my childrens’ schools better now than they were?” and then vote accordingly. Just because someone has an R next to their name does not mean they have been representing you and your best interests. A choice between a RINO and a liberal is no choice at all and the days of voting for the lesser of two evils is no longer acceptable.

  22. Dave in PWC said on 25 Sep 2010 at 12:24 pm:
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    What I saw in my condo association was the illegals didn’t leave all at once, they left once the sheriff forced them out. 68 out of 140 units were foreclosed in two years and every last one had a hispanic last name. I’m on my board so I saw the data the board saw, so I don’t think the rule of law had much to do with it, it was Juan the gardner and Juanita the maid getting a zero down mortgage for 315k that did it.

  23. Dave in PWC said on 25 Sep 2010 at 12:26 pm:
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    of course the rule of law could have prevents Juan the gardner from working if he was a day laborer, when the county PD actually enforced the loitering laws possibly preventing Juan from earning money as did our picketing of the Coverstone 7-11 on occasion, but sadly the day laborers are still there and the police do nothing about it.

  24. upside down said on 25 Sep 2010 at 3:23 pm:
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    “it was Juan the gardner and Juanita the maid getting a zero down mortgage for 315k that did it.”

    Yep. Lots of people took advantage of this type of thing, and lots of people are looking for someone to blame now that their house is worth less than what they owe on it.

  25. Anonymous said on 25 Sep 2010 at 6:46 pm:
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    Just received this email from my 9.12 group. I pass it along for your reading pleasure.

    “According to sources who watch the inner workings of the federal government, a smackdown of Barack Obama by the U.S. Supreme Court may be inevitable.
    Ever since Obama assumed the office of President, critics have hammered him on a number of Constitutional issues. Critics have complained that much if not all of Obama’s major initiatives run headlong into Constitutional roadblocks on the power of the federal government.

    Obama certainly did not help himself in the eyes of the Court when he used the venue of the State of the Union address early in the year to publicly flog the Court over its ruling that the First Amendment grants the right to various organizations to run political ads during the time of an election.
    The tongue-lashing clearly did not sit well with the Court, as demonstrated by Justice Sam Alito, who publicly shook his head and stated under his breath, ‘That’s not true,’ whenObama told a flat-out lie concerning the Court’s ruling.

    As it has turned out, this was a watershed moment in the relationship between the executive and the judicial branches of the federal government. Obama publicly declared war on the court, even as he blatantly continued to propose legislation that flies in the face of every known Constitutional principle upon which this nation has stood for over 200 years.

    Obama has even identified Chief Justice John Roberts as his number one enemy, that is, apart from Fox News and Rush Limbaugh. And it is no accident that the one swing-vote on the court, Justice Anthony Kennedy, stated recently that he has no intention of retiring until ‘Obama is gone.’

    Apparently, the Court has had enough.

    The Roberts Court has signaled, in a very subtle manner, of course, that it intends to address the issues about which Obama critics have been screaming to high heaven. A ruling against Obama on any one of these important issues could potentially cripple the Administration.

    Such a thing would be long overdue.

    First, there is ObamaCare, which violates the Constitutional principle barring the federal government from forcing citizens to purchase something. And no, this is not the same thing as states requiring drivers to purchase car insurance, as some of the intellectually-impaired claim. The Constitution limits FEDERAL government, not state governments, from such things, and further, not everyone has to drive, and thus, a citizen could opt not to purchase car insurance by simply deciding not to drive a vehicle.
    In the ObamaCare world, however, no citizen can ‘opt out.’

    Second, sources state that the Roberts court has quietly accepted information concerning discrepancies in Obama’s history that raise serious questions about his eligibility for the office of President. The charge goes far beyond the birth certificate issue. This information involves possible fraudulent use of a Social Security number in Connecticut, while Obama was a high school student in Hawaii. And that is only the tip of the iceberg.

    Third, several cases involving possible criminal activity, conflicts of interest, and pay-for-play cronyism could potentially land many Administration officials, if not the President himself, in hot water with the Court. Frankly, in the years this writer has observed politics, nothing comes close to comparing with the rampant corruption of this Administration, not even during the Nixon years. Nixon and the Watergate conspirators look like choirboys compared to the jokers that populate this Administration.

    In addition, the Court will eventually be forced to rule on the dreadful decision of the Obama DOJ to sue the state of Arizona. That, too, could send the Obama doctrine of open borders to an early grave, given that the Administration refuses to enforce federal law on illegal aliens.
    And finally, the biggie that could potentially send the entire house of cards tumbling in a free-fall is the latest revelation concerning the Obama-Holder Department of Justice and its refusal to pursue the New Black Panther Party. The group is caught on tape committing felonies by attempting to intimidate Caucasian voters into staying away from the polls.

    A whistle-blower who resigned from the DOJ is now charging Holder with the deliberate refusal to pursue cases against Blacks, particularly those who are involved in radical hate-groups, such as the New Black Panthers, who have been caught on tape calling for the murder of white people and their babies.
    This one is a biggie that could send the entire Administration crumbling–that is, if the Justices have the guts to draw a line in the sand at the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.”

  26. Dave in PWC said on 25 Sep 2010 at 7:27 pm:
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    Only ones ahead of the game are the real estate agents, the title companies and the insurance companies, can’t say the banks are ahead other than getting bailed out. And of course the illegals are ahead cause they don’t have to worry about their credit history and they sent all that money home anyway.

  27. Anonymous said on 26 Sep 2010 at 12:25 am:
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    PJTV has posted the link to the testimony by Attorney Christopher Coats about the racially discriminatory policies in the DOJ Voting Rights Division. The video is over 3 hours long, but Coats’ testimony via an opening statement is only the first 55 minutes. It is an eye opener to say the least.


  28. Anonymous said on 27 Sep 2010 at 5:00 pm:
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    Who’s going to run against Webb in ‘12 and Warner in ‘14?

  29. Freedom said on 29 Sep 2010 at 5:39 pm:
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    How about Britt Hume? :)

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