Thursday, June 17, 2010

Rick Barber....

I had sent a small donation to Rick Barber because I believe in him from all that I've heard. He just called me and thanked me, saying he particularly wanted to call me with thanks since I'm in California, not in Alabama, where he's running for Congress. He was such a great guy on the phone. If you can, send him some money.

14 comments:

soapster said...

We're over the cliff. Washington can't be saved. It's time to get local.

Ducky's here said...

You contributed to a man who's campaign ad advocated the violent overthrow of the government?

When leftists do that , which isn't often, we get the treason label.

Z said...

Ya, Ducky, The ad's over the top..I don't care. Don't get too excited, your side's much more beguiling with freebies and multiple voting and illegals encouraged to screw us. You're winning. Congratulations. Americans who'd stand up for this country are the important people, not the ones I outline above which your party's so interested in attracting.
The Dems were very smart promoting a guy you can't criticize without being called racist..and so many other things like that. Good job!

You should see the TIME MAG article on Alvin Greene...I'd post it here but I think people are getting tired of my posting ridiculously biased media stories..that one really took the cake. And they know JUST how to twist and insinuate...now if the media'd just care enough to really investigate and get to the truth about what this gov't is doing to us and who its leader is, we'd be in better shape.

Soapster...I believe he is a very good guy...

Elmers Brother said...

yeah duhkkky couldn't be a metaphor...and I thought the left was all about nuance

Leticia said...

Awesome!!

RightKlik said...

Z: You should nominate him for $10 Fridays! I'll have a new post up this weekend.

Thanks for stopping by on my blog.

soapster said...

Ya gotta find someone who espouses your values or run yourself. I would't hold it against you. I'm just a local and state guy myself.

Anonymous said...

"You contributed to a man who's campaign ad advocated the violent overthrow of the government?


Ahhhh...yea jerkofff...just like they did in 1776. And it's because of the scum like you... who have infested this country, this government, our culture and like a cancer...must be exorcised from the body politic. I'm all in favor of putting you assholes behind barbed wire. Screw PC...you know your type are desirous of this countries demise so long as you get first dibs on a fooking heated cave. You assholes are on all our short lists.

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Now wasn't THAT really cool!!

BZ

Anonymous said...

Campaign ad advocated the violent overthrow of the government?


He advocated no such thing you simpleton. "Gather your armies" was a metaphor to join his campaign with an army of voters.

TParty voters at that. But a marxist twerp like you wouldn't find the irony in an Acorn that has their army or Seiu thugs...or black panther thugs...hamas thugs....islamist thugs and their violent armies with clubs and their armies would you? Of course not....in your twisted mind...they're not domestic or international terrorists...they're "liberators of the people".

Enough...go back to banging your spoons on the high chair.

Major

Anonymous said...

Let me introduce you to ducky at home:

http://tinyurl.com/yeqd3n

Z said...

Anonymous, I love a baby's laugh and sent this to a friend just now as she's suffering from a terrible MS attack...so, I thank you!
Ducky, I'm not so sure...way too happy for Ducky!
....ah, 'banging spoons on the high chair'..I get it now!! Good one, Major!

Anonymous said...

"I get it now!!"

HaHa...I figured you would!


Major

Z said...

but, you must admit, that child is MUCh cuter than our Ducky!!! heh!!!