Thursday, September 16, 2010

Class Today at NoBullU on WEBY

UPDATE: Show canceled, ask Mike why!

Listen to the voice of wisdom and reason in a wilderness of partisan rhetoric -- No political insanity, no conservative hypocrisy, no liberal foolishness -- Just straight talk, straight at you, and that’s no bull!!

NoBullU will broadcast today from 4:05 to 6:00 p.m. at 1330 AM WEBY and on line, courtesy of Cyber Smart Computers.


Follow-up: held hostage to the Republi-CON reaction to Nuts and their pimps of fear, anger and hatred;

Local and regional: the big health care lawsuit showdown begins;

Nation and international: a Republi-CON civil war told ya so; is Palin a 'Democratic double agent'?; the race to November is on; who wants the Nuts to rule?; those racist Republi-CONs; who wants a religious war?; Third World America; Restore Truthiness, liar, liar, are your pants a liar?; and are you ready for some football!


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But I'll discuss anything. Disclaimer: the host reserves the right to end any discussion and hang up on you.)

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And remember: I'm still God's favorite Gulf Coast talk show host, just ask the capped well!

King Republi-CON

"To hear Rush Limbaugh tell it, the judge hearing a legal challenge to the new health law is a rough-and-tough outdoorsman who should have liberals worried. The truth is more complicated." Read The New York Times, Limbaugh Taken In: The Judge Was Not Loaded for Bear.

Here is a copy of the transcript (as posted by the Pensacola New Journal) of Limpy being a sucker:

"A federal judge says he likely will let go to trial portions of a lawsuit by Florida and 19 other states, including Washington, challenging (Obamacare). But U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson said [today] that he expects to dismiss other parts. Vinson didn't specify which parts of the lawsuit likely will go to trial but said he will issue a ruling by Oct. 14." Now, speaking of clairvoyance, The New York Times and the rest of the political cognoscenti said that the state lawsuits against Obamacare wouldn't go anywhere. Now, who is this judge? Judge Clyde Roger Vinson is a Ronald Reagan appointee. Judge Clyde Roger Vinson is an avid hunter. He's an amateur taxidermist. Do you know what a taxidermist is?

That's right. For our liberal caller today, this would not be good news. A taxidermist stuffs dead game. If you go into a big, all-male club, you'll see some moose head over the fireplace. A taxidermist is responsible for it. "After a 2002 hunting trip during which he killed three brown bears, Vinson had their heads mounted over the door through which defendants must pass to enter the courtroom. At the time Vinson said the sight of the severed bear heads would 'instill the fear of God' into the accused. The heads were removed in June 2003," it didn't even take a year (laughing) "following complaints by local defendants' rights groups."

(laughing) The prosecutors didn't complain. The defendants' rights groups complained. (laughing) The judge "said the sight of the severed bear heads would 'instill the fear of God' into the accused." (laughing) "He was appointed to serve a seven-year term on the Federal Intelligence Surveillance court." That's FISA. He was appointed to serve a seven-year term on the FISA court effective May 4th of 2006. So he's still on the FISA court. Yes. Judge Clyde Roger Vinson. And remember The New York Times told us along with all the rest of the DC cognoscenti that these lawsuits against Obama, they're not gonna go anywhere. Just like we're being told that Christine O'Donnell cannot win.''

Does it come as a surprise that the King Republi-con finds the truth too complicated.

Restore Truthiness!

Fair Winds and Following Seas, But Get the Facts Straight

Chuck Baldwin is the pastor of Crossroad Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida, and was the presidential nominee of the Constitution Party for the 2008 U.S. Presidential election. I've always found his columns interesting if not accurate. In several recent columns, he announced and tried to explain why he and his extended family ("5 households and 17 people ranging in ages from 3 months to the upper 70s") decided to move from "the beautiful Gulf Coast beaches . . . to the majestic Rocky Mountains: the Flathead Valley of Montana."

One important reason he offers for moving to the Mountain States is "due to the distance separating them from the great regions of the country in which the tables are truly stacked against any growth and extension of the principles of federalism or limited government, namely, the Northeast, Southeast, and Southwest (with my apologies to freedomists in those areas). Big-city liberalism dominates most of the states in these regions. The federal government has invested billions of dollars and thousands of personnel establishing and oiling the Orwellian machine in these areas."

But by one objective measure, Federal Expenditures by State per Dollar Sent, Montana hardly qualifies as a bastion of self-sufficiency and liberty. For every dollar sent to Washington D.C., the federal government spends $1.58 in Montana.

Nevertheless, I bid him fair winds and following seas (and best wishes for factual accuracy in the future).