Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The New Fashion Rage In Police Mug Shots

And this, passed on to me from a friend.

The New Fashion Rage In Police Mug Shots
           These are actual Police Photos...too funny.

Just think about this for a second:
Did you ever see anyone arrested wearing a Bush T-shirt, or for you older guys, an Eisenhower, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, or even Nixon, or Bob Dole shirt?

           Obama must be proud of his supporters.

Thanks G-Man

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Fox News poll from NPR

This is one poll you may wish to vote in!!

If you haven't heard this, the White House is accusing Fox News of not being a legitimate source of news, calling them biased, etc.  They have tried to block Fox reporters from news conferences, etc., but the other news networks are fighting back (in favor of Fox) and caused the White House to back down.  NPR has put a survey online for us to voice our opinion.  If you want to vote in this survey, go to the link below and cast your vote.  Currently it is neck to neck, so your vote will make a difference.  Let's show them how we feel about honest conservative news reporting.

vote here

passed on to you from the G-Man

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Friday, October 16, 2009

Candidates Forum

Forwarded to me from a friend,

Republican friend,
Senate District 51 is hosting a forum for the nine Republican candidates for governor. It's going to be an exciting event. It will take place on Tuesday, October 20, in Mounds View. Doors open at 6pm. There will be a dessert reception and a cash bar available.
Our forum will feature an exciting, interactive format: all participants will be seated in small groups. Candidates will speak one at a time to each group for 10 minutes. After their 10 minutes are up, the candidates will all rotate between each of the groups. The forum will not end until each group has met each candidate. This gives you the opportunity to meet all of the candidates in a small group setting that is moderated and positive. After the forum, there will be an informal meet-and-greet.
Tickets can be purchased ahead of time online or at the door. Door sales are $25. Since you're a district resident, you can buy tickets for $15 ahead of time online. You can buy your tickets securely online at:  Once you begin your order, enter the discount code "LOCAL" to receive the discount. You can buy as many tickets as you would like at this discounted price.

You can find more information on our website at Please email me with any questions or concerns.
Richard Walch    

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Friday, September 25, 2009

Townhall with Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann tonight

Townhall with Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann tonight...

7pm to 10pm

click here for more details

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Hi all,
Ya know sometimes ya just have to pass something along even if it might not be know the internet and all! So here goes this is worth it I think.

Our Government at WORK !!    pass it  ON !

This letter is a thing of beauty (even if the language is a bit rough)..
You definitely feel the guy's pain! An actual letter to the passport

Dear sirs,

I'm in the process of renewing my passport, and still cannot believe this.
How is it that Radio Shack has my address and telephone number and knows
that I bought a cable t.v. from them back in 1987, and yet, the Federal
Government is still asking me where I was born and on what date.

For Christ sakes, do you guys do this by hand? My birth date you have on my
social security card, and it is on all the income tax forms I've filed for
the past 30 years. It is on my health insurance card, my driver's license,
on the last eight damn passports I've had, on all those stupid customs
declaration forms I've had to fill out before being allowed off the plane
over the last 30 years, and all those insufferable census forms that are
done at election times.

Would somebody please take note, once and for all, that my mother's name is
Maryanne, my father's name is Robert and I'd be absolutely astounded if that
ever changed between now and when I die!!!!!!

I apologize, I'm really pissed off this morning. Between you an' me, I've
had enough of this bullshit! You send the application to my house, then you
ask me for my friggin' address.

What is going on?  You have a gang of Neanderthal assholes workin' there!
Look at my darn picture. Do I look like Bin Laden?  I don't want to dig up
Yasser Arafat, for shit sakes. I just want to go and park my ass on a sandy

And would someone please tell me, why would you give a shit whether I plan
on visiting a farm in the next  15 days? If I ever got the urge to do
something weird to a chicken or a goat, believe you me, I'd sure as hell not
want to tell anyone!

Well, I have to go now, 'cause I have to go to the other end of the city and
get another friggin' copy of my birth certificate, to the tune of $60. Would
it be so complicated to have all the services in the same spot to assist in
the issuance of a new passport the same day??  Nooooo, that'd be too dang
easy and maybe makes sense.  You'd rather have us running all over the
friggin' place like chickens with our heads cut off, then find some a-hole
to confirm that it's really me on the dang picture - you know,the one where
we're not allowed to smile?! (bureaucratic friggin' morons)  Hey, you know
why we can't smile? We're totally pissed off!

- An Irate Citizen.

P.S. Remember what I said above about the picture and getting someone to
confirm that it's me?  Well,  my family has been in this country since 1776
.......I have served in the military for something over 30 years and have
had security clearances up the yingyang........However, I have to get
someone'important' to verify who I am - you know, someone like my doctor WHO


You Sure In The Hell Should Know Who.

..................And we want them to run our health care?!?

Thanks G-man

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Town Hall Rally with Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul

Join Us For A Town Hall Rally With  

Ron Paul 
Michele Bachmann

 Friday, Sept. 25, 2009
7:00 - 9:00 pm
To Be Held At:
Northrop Auditorium- U of M
84 Church Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN, 55455
Seating is first come, first serve. 
 The Town Hall will include opening remarks from Republican Party of Minnesota Chair Tony Sutton and Deputy Chair Michael Brodkorb.
If you have any questions, feel free to email us at 

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Monday, September 14, 2009

A Letter from Brigitte Gabriel

Remembering a Fallen Soldier…

Remembering What We Are Up Against
and Why We Must – and Will – Prevail

by Brigitte Gabriel

Dear America, (50ablog moderator inserted "America")

I don’t believe I’ve ever written a letter quite like this to you before. Indeed, it is difficult to write this without tears welling up in my eyes.

It started as a rainy Friday morning in late August. I was flying from my presentation in Springfield, Missouri, to my next destination connecting through Atlanta. Little did I know that what I was about to experience that day was going to shake me to the depth of my soul, inflame my passion for our country (I didn't think it was possible to be more passionate) and remind me why ACT! for America is so important to our security and the future of America.

I looked out my window at gloomy Atlanta as the plane took off, closed my eyes and pictured home and my loving family meeting me at the airport with open arms, smiles and kisses, waiting to whisk me off to Outback Steak House for dinner as planned.

It was a quiet, uneventful flight. No beverage service. No announcements from the captain — until we landed at our final destination:

      "Welcome to "......." . Ladies and Gentleman we have a special request to ask of you. We are carrying on this plane today a fallen soldier brought home from Afghanistan. His body is accompanied by Sgt. "......". Please kindly allow Sgt. "...." to deplane first so he can do his job in escorting the body below. We will leave the seat belt sign on until the body has been taken off the plane. Then when the seat belt sign is turned off, you can deplane."

The plane continued slowly down the runway as the captain’s shocking announcement reverberated among the passengers. As we taxied closer to our gate, tears began to flow as we saw a police car, a military hearse, and a team of Marines standing in formation waiting to carry the body.

And the saddest scene of all — his family, wife and children, all lined up against the wall waiting for him.

Burning tears were flowing down my face as my heart sank into utter pain and agony at such a sight. We always hear about this on the news and feel sad but to experience it in person is completely different.

We pulled up to our gate and Sgt. "...." stood up in all his gloriously decorated uniform, opened up the overhead compartment carrying a folded American flag and a back pack, and started walking out of the plane amid the clapping and tears of all of us on board.

No one in the plane even touched their cell phone. People were transfixed, staring out the window, sharing our respect and sorrow. At that moment we were not Democrats, Republicans or Independents. We were Americans soberly watching one of our own come home in a coffin draped with an American flag.

As they removed the body from the plane, two men holding his wife started walking towards the plane as the wife covered her face and began sobbing. She was followed by her children. The Marines walked in formation and carried his body to the hearse.

We started getting out of our seats and deplaning without a word from anyone except the sounds of crying coming from different people looking out the window as they walked out of the plane.

As I entered the airport, people were standing in lines and rows facing the window watching all this.

Some men were saluting the body. We all stood next to each other, honoring this soldier until his body was finally in the hearse and he was driven off the tarmac.

It was the most sobering, heartbreaking, and patriotic scene. As I cried for the following few hours sitting with my family at home eating Chinese take-out for dinner (I just wasn’t up to going out for dinner), I was reminded of why we need to continually remind Americans that we are at war.

Our men and women are fighting and dying overseas to protect America from an enemy who is not only fighting us across the globe but also advancing here at home.

Just because we have not been successfully attacked at home doesn't mean our enemy has forgotten about us. Their tactics have become more sophisticated. They not only wish to attack us militarily, they are moving at full speed in the advance of their cultural Jihad invading America.

Islamic foot-washing basins in airports; Shariah finance being introduced by American banks; college campuses designating Islamic prayer rooms for Muslims only; Islamic compounds practicing Shariah law springing up across America; public schools using our tax dollars to indoctrinate American students into Islam; demands by Muslim parents that their children be provided private prayer rooms in their public schools; Muslim workers demanding special workplace accommodations no other religious person would ask for; and the list goes on.

As history demonstrates, only organized resistance will stop this. Unopposed by organized resistance, the advance of cultural Jihad in Europe has proceeded to the point that many think a full-blown “Eurabia” is inevitable and irreversible.

And even if we win the war against Islamic terrorism, but lose the struggle against cultural Jihad here at home, we may protect our safety but lose our liberties and our way of life. I just don’t believe this young man who fell on the field of battle would consider that a victory.

“Freedom” is not just freedom from the physical harm our Islamist enemies want to inflict on us. It is freedom from the tyranny and oppression of shariah Islamic law and the supremacist political ideology our enemies are determined to impose upon us.

So, just as that soldier was on the front lines of this war overseas, we are on the “front lines” here at home. That soldier was part of the “organized resistance” in Afghanistan. We are part of the “organized resistance” here in America.

We cannot afford to fail in our military missions overseas. Failure would embolden and empower Islamists throughout the world.

We also cannot afford to fail here at home.

This is why I appeal to you to take heart and help me continue building ACT! for America. We are the only nationwide organized resistance to this threat. As I said, we are the front lines here at home.

Our families, our communities and our nation are depending on us, even though many do not yet realize it.

For instance, two years ago ACT helped pass the bill in Congress that protects every citizen from lawsuits when they report suspicious activity in public places.

How many Americans know this happened? Very few. Yet they are now protected from lawsuits, which means America is safer as a result.

I know there are other issues right now, such as health care and the economy, that are dominating the attention of the American people. And I understand why that is.

But for those of us, you and me, who grasp the seriousness of the threat of radical Islam, we must continue to do everything we can to make sure that the reason 9/11 occurred is not forgotten. That the reason we are fighting in Afghanistan is not forgotten.

We must continue to push forward, to inform, organize, and ring the alarm bells, even when it feels like a lot of people aren’t paying attention right now or don’t seem to “get it.”

Because there are many good Americans out there ready to respond to our message, if we can only get it to them.

Because we are the modern “Paul Revere's,” the messengers who are warning America even when a lot of America is preoccupied with other matters. It is estimated that over 2/3 of the colonists either were loyal to Britain or were indifferent to the political struggles the colonies were experiencing in 1776.

Yet, through the leadership and sacrifice of the remaining colonists, independence was declared and Britain was defeated.

How I wish I could be standing in your presence this very moment, to grasp your hands, look into your eyes, and say “be encouraged!”

We will win this struggle against radical Islam. It won’t be tomorrow, or next year, but we will, in time, prevail — so long as good, patriotic Americans like you do not lose hope and keep taking action.

We are winning victories, and we will continue to win more – and bigger – victories, so long as good, patriotic Americans like you do not lose hope and keep taking action.

Let’s remember how far we have come together. In less than two years we have built the largest grassroots organization in America dedicated to combating the threat of radical Islam, with 62,000 members and 315 local chapters.

Be encouraged!

I want to close with this. Last week, when Guy Rodgers and I were at the EMP conference in Niagara, NY, the president of a national security organization sat down with us and thanked us profusely for what ACT! for America is doing and has already accomplished.

I wish you could have seen his face and heard his words. This is a man who has served at high levels of government and been around Washington politics for decades.

His message to us – and ultimately to you – was that ACT! for America is KEY to all our efforts to defeat radical Islam. He has watched us grow, witnessed our activism, and rejoiced for our victories.

So I’ll say it again. Be encouraged!

Always devoted,

Brigitte Gabriel

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Townhall Announcement

The Senate District 44 Republicans will be hosting a gubernatorial candidates forum on Monday, September 21st in Hopkins.
Town Hall Q&A with MN Gubernatorial Candidates
Monday, September 21st
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Eisenhower Community Center
10010 Hwy 7
Hopkins, MN
Price: $10
Map link:

There will be 3-4 prepared questions for each candidate. The remaining time will be open to questions from the audience.
Questions concerning this event should be referred to Jennifer at 952-988-4066 or
Thank you,
Carleton Crawford

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