Wednesday, December 07, 2011

We're In Good Hands With Reid Ribble,

"Properly defined, subsidies and deductions are as different as apples and oranges.

That hasn’t stopped President Obama, Democrats in Congress and even some Republicans from semantic infiltration. For example, Rep. Reid J. Ribble, a first-term Wisconsin Republican, fell into the rhetorical trap when he called deductions for oil companies a “federal subsidy” just last month.

His statement takes us to another important point: Many lawmakers routinely accuse oil and gas companies of dodging their “fair share” of taxes even though those U.S. companies use the same tax provisions that are available to all U.S. manufacturers." Source: Debunking the big-oil subsidy myth - Washington Times

Sure glad Mr Ribble knows what he is talking about. We are in good hands with Reid. What's next, People don't have a right to own guns? Somebody please give him some help!

Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Mitten's Too Busy To Debate, Huh!

"Donald Trump may have mastered the art of the real-estate deal, but when it comes to debates, he’s still an apprentice.

From National Journal: VIDEO Obama's Oops: President Confuses Texas and Kansas ANALYSISWhat the Unemployment Drop Really Means SPACE Planet Found that Might Sustain Life The celebrity businessman is having difficulty securing commitments from Republican presidential candidates for a Dec. 27 debate that he’s planning to moderate in Des Moines, Iowa.

Mitt Romney became the latest big-name candidate to send his regrets, telling Fox News’ Neil Cavuto that he informed Trump earlier on Tuesday that he would be too busy to appear. Romney noted that he already is planning to participate in two previously scheduled debates in Iowa this month." Source: GOP Candidates to Trump Debate: You’re Fired - Walt Cronkite -

Ron Kind Gets A Challenger, Go Ray Go

"Democratic Rep. Ron Kind has a challenger for his House seat in the 2012 election.

Ray Boland, a former Wisconsin Veterans Affairs secretary and commander at Fort McCoy, announced he would run for the Third Congressional District as a Republican Tuesday.

Boland cited "runaway spending, reckless borrowing, managerial dysfunction and political gridlock" as reasons for his run. In a statement Tuesday he said he is forming a campaign committee and would make a formal announcement in the new year." Source: Former Wis. Veterans secretary to challenge Kind

Good for Ray Boland. Go Ray Go. Maybe Kind will get swept out with Obama!

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Priceless, Badgers On To Rose Bowl

"That's where the Badgers will get a chance for the ultimate redemption and atone for a loss in that game last season. The 15th-ranked Badgers (11-2) won their fifth straight game, defeating No. 11 Michigan State 42-39 in a wildly entertaining game on Saturday in the inaugural Big Ten Conference championship game in front of 64,152 fans at Lucas Oil Stadium." Source: Badgers edge Michigan State in epic Big Ten title tilt to earn Rose Bowl berth | Green Bay Press Gazette |

Scrooge Is Alive and Well In The Main Stream Media

"FOX News Chicago anchor Robin Robinson found herself on viewers' naughty list after saying Santa Claus doesn't exist during a live broadcast. "There's no Santa," Robinson said bluntly. "Santa is a symbol of the generosity of the season. You go sit on his lap and we'll take a picture, but he's not coming down the chimney, he's not eating those cookies, he's not bringing you anything." Her comment followed a story by her co-anchor Bob Sirott about families' declining incomes making it harder to buy expensive gifts for their children on Santa's behalf." Source: What do you tell your kids about Santa Claus? - Your Community
What do you expect from the media? They are shills for the demcrats and unions. They only report what they want you to know and now they say there is no Santa Claus. SHILLS!

Advent 2 Sunday

"Advent 2 Sunday As this second week of Advent we must think of Mary and her anticipation as she awaited the birth of Our Lord and Savior. In a similar manner we should be anticipating and preparing the way of the Lord. We hear John the Baptist calling us to prepare our hearts to greet the Lord.
  We read from the beginning of the gospel of Mark: Mark: 1:1-8  Here begins the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. In Isaiah the prophet , it is written: "I send my messenger before  you to prepare your way: a herald's voice in the desert, crying, "Make ready the way of the Lord, clear his a straight path."  Thus it was that John the Baptizer appeared in the desert proclaiming a baptism of repentance which led to the forgiveness of sins. All the Judean countryside and the people of Jerusalem  went out to him in great numbers. They were being baptized by him in the Jordan River as they confessed their sins. John was clothed in camel's hair, and wore a leather belt around his waist. His food was grasshoppers and wild honey. The theme of his preaching was: "one more powerful than I is to come after me. I am not fit to stoop and untie his sandal straps. I have baptized you in water; he will baptize you in the Holy Spirit."
Ps. 85 I will hear what God proclaims; the Lord -- for he proclaims peace to his people. Near indeed is his salvation to those who fear him, glory dwelling in our land. Lord, let us see your kindness, and grant us your salvation." Source: Second Week of Advent