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Saturday Afternoon – Stand With Gibson – Laundry Time

8 October 2011, 5:00 pm. Comments Off. Filed under Opinion.

Get to Have??? – Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot.

Democrats Introduce Bill to Seal Up Obama’s Presidential Records – PJ Tattler

SEIU Official Tells Union Meeting: We’re Getting Ready To “Terrify” DC, Advocates Economic Terrorism… – Weasel Zippers


Just a couple of things – Cmblake6′s

Make Mine a Hurri-CAIN! – Red County

GOP Set To Steamroll Conservative Voters … AGAIN! – Insight On Freedom

Illegal Immigrant Escapes Punishment – Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot.

Fast and Furious in a Rotten Nutshell – American Thinker

Calling All the Dregs of the Earth – Atlas Shruggs

The Cain Phenomenon – Warning Signs

Roger Wicker outraged by Harry Reid’s overreaction – Y’all Politics

Meet America‘s ’53%’ – And They Have a Message for the ‘99%’ Protesters – The Blaze

America is lost… -  American and Proud

Politically Correct Passports – Woman Honor Thyself

Take Off the “Closed for Business” Sign – Chamber Post

Gallup: Obama’s approval slips to 38 – Gay Patriot

Al-Azhar University deputy rector: “Jihad has become an individual duty incumbent upon each and every one of us,” and our enemies are “the offspring of pigs and apes” – Winds of Jihad

Sen. Kelsey Offers Another Constitutional Amendment (limit state spending) – Humphrey On The Hill

Why I’m Standing With Gibson Guitars – Blue Collar Muse

US Courting Diplomatic Relations with Islamist Group that Murders Christians – Godfather Politics

British Muslim Group wants to know, “Is the assassination of President Obama legal?” – Bare Naked Islam

WTF? State Apologizes to Dead Terrorist’s Family – The Jawa Report

Obama Proposes Allowing Debt Collectors to Robo-Call Cell Phones – Michelle Malkin

Butt Out!

Atheists Demand City Remove Cross in Tennessee
By Todd Starnes

The mayor of Whiteville, Tenn. said his community is under attack from a national atheist organization that is threatening to sue unless they remove a cross atop the town’s water tower.

“They are terrorists as far as I’m concerned,” said Mayor James Bellar about the Freedom From Religion Foundation. “They are alleging that some Whiteville resident feels very, very intimidated by this cross.”

The mayor told Fox News Radio that the cross was erected on the town’s water tower about eight years ago by a private group of citizens. They collected private donations to cover the costs.
It’s just a cross on the water tower,” he said. “All we’re doing is exercising our right to practice our beliefs down here but this organization is now going to stymie that. We’re not out here knocking on doors trying to convert people.”

But the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation said the cross is a violation of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. They’ve given the mayor until the end of October to remove the cross. If he refuses, they have threatened to sue.

“The law is very clear on this,” Freedom From Religion Foundation co-president Dan Barker told Fox News Radio. “A secular city may not promote or hinder religion. We don’t have a problem with believers putting up crosses wherever they want, but this is a cross put up by the city on the city water tower.”

What law would that be? A group of private citizens put a cross on a water tower that they pay for through their own tax money. How is that breaking any law? And who says the city is secular? One thing I’ve learned since moving to Tennessee, there are few cities or towns that could be called secular. Oh sure, there might be a few folks who are idiots like the ‘Freedom from Religion’ bunch, but they are few and far between.

Us folks down here in the South would much appreciate it if you Yankees would keep your godless noses out of our business.  Y’all might want to look towards your own salvation, and stop messing in other peoples lives.  We know Who is in charge, and it ain’t you!

Hope & Change Liberals Protest Obama….

8 October 2011, 9:38 am. Comments Off. Filed under Moonbats & Other Animals, Opinion, Politics, video.

So Why Aren’t They Called Racists Like the Tea Party?