Archive for November, 2010

ALERT: FLOTUS Says Pie OK For Turkey Day

Posted by NosferatusCoffin | November 25th, 2010

Well, seeing that I am feeling like crap today, thanks to the return of the Crud, this might not apply to me today, but I am sure every Food Stalinist must be mortified of this pronouncement by The First Ass.

From Doug Powers via Weasel Zippers:

What a relief, indeed. I suppose this is a One Day Respite from having to eat her polluted veggies.

BTW, will Barack be lighting up a properly imported, free of carpet glue, ciggy after finishing his $200 million turkey with all of the trimmings? Inquiring minds want to know.


Filed Under: Society & Culture

I Have A Better Idea

Posted by NosferatusCoffin | November 24th, 2010

Filed Under: Illegal Immigration, TSA

Patdowns For The Peasants, But Not For The Powerful

Posted by NosferatusCoffin | November 24th, 2010

Well, seeing that these same officials are exempt from MengeleCare, paying taxes or being subject to the regulations that are produced from cloistered, maze-like, Alice-like rabbit holes in the LSD trip that is the monstrous administrative state, it is hardly, I repeat, hardly surprising that those are who are overseeing this real life version of the dildo anal rape scene from “Myra Breckenridge” get a free pass on this as well.

From AP via Michelle Malkin:

Cabinet secretaries, top congressional leaders and an exclusive group of senior U.S. officials are exempt from toughened new airport screening procedures when they fly commercially with government-approved federal security details.

Aviation security officials would not name those who can skip the controversial screening, but other officials said those VIPs range from top officials like Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and FBI Director Robert Mueller to congressional leaders like incoming House Speaker John Boehner, who avoided security before a recent flight from Washington’s Reagan National Airport.

The heightened new security procedures by the Transportation Security Administration, which involve either a scan by a full-body detector or an intimate personal pat-down, have spurred passenger outrage in the lead-up to the Thanksgiving holiday airport crush.

But while passengers have no choice but to submit to either the detector or what some complain is an intrusive pat-down, senior government officials can opt out if they fly accompanied by government security guards approved by the TSA.

On the other hand, a patdown of the like of Nappy, Boxer, Water or Nadler would truly be Where No Man Has Gone Before. I would give combat pay and a bar of Lava soap to any TSA rent-a-pedophile who actually had to perform that task.

By the way, I have a flight reservation in a few weeks. I am wondering if I should wear boxers or briefs, or just keep stripping once the shoes come off. Hey, anything to help my government, you know.


Filed Under: TSA, Uncategorized

More GOP Pickups: Maffei, Ortiz Concede; Total GOP Gain Now Stands at 63

Posted by NosferatusCoffin | November 23rd, 2010

On the heels of Renee Ellmers being certified as the winner in NC-2, two more Democratic incumbents have joined Rep. Bob Etheridge in conceding their races.

First up, twenty-eight year incumbent Democrat Solomon Ortiz.

From CBS News:

Democratic Texas Congressman Solomon Ortiz has conceded defeat to Republican newcomer Blake Farenthold.

Ortiz’s concession came late Monday, after a South Texas recount confirmed he had lost a House seat he held for nearly three decades.

The 73-year-old congressman said that although he hadn’t seen official results, he believed he picked up about 150 votes in the recount – but still lost to Farenthold by about 650.

From NPR:

That’s the net number of Republican pickups in the House in the 2010 elections. Rep. Dan Maffei (D), first elected from New York’s 25th Congressional District in 2008, has thrown in the towel, conceding defeat to Ann Marie Buerkle (R). The margin is about 567 votes, give or take, out of more than 209,000 cast.

With three more races yet to decided, the GOP House gain in Election 2010 now stands at 63.


Filed Under: Election 2010

A Bullet Dodged: Ellmers Certified As Winner In NC-2

Posted by NosferatusCoffin | November 23rd, 2010

Well, some good news on the fraud front.

Rep. Bob “Half-Nelson” Etheridge conceded his race with Renee Ellmers for the NC-2 race.

From WRAL.com

The State Board of Elections on Tuesday certified the results of an election that saw Republicans gain ground across North Carolina.

The certification came less than a week after a recount in the 2nd Congressional District led Democratic Rep. Bob Etheridge to concede his race to Republican candidate Renee Ellmers.

I give due consideration to Rep. Etheridge for not dragging this out and/or taking it to court.


Filed Under: Election 2010

Beaned: Another Corrupt Dem Bites the Dust

Posted by NosferatusCoffin | November 17th, 2010

Well, how delicious is this?

Very much so.

Some of you might remember (soon to be former) Rep. Melissa Bean (D-IL).

She was the one who back during the Town Hallfest of 2009 had the audacity to try and charge her constituents for the privilege of meeting with her to “discuss” such things as ObamaCare.

Well, it seems that even those who are used to such shake-and-bake jive that genetically come from those that graft, err…”serve” in Illinois politics had had enough.

From NBC Chicago via Michelle Malkin:

Republicans get to add another red seat to Congress.

Following the completion of ballot counting, Democratic Rep. Melissa Bean on Tuesday night called her Republican challenger, Joe Walsh, and conceded the race for Illinois’ 8th Congressional District.

Roughly 300 votes separated the two candidates.

In a statement, Walsh congratulated Bean on the “vigorous” campaign and thanked her for her six years of public service.

“We can turn all of our energies to advancing the legislative agenda the people of the 8th District have told me to pursue: more responsive government, less borrowing against our children’s future, and a common sense approach to deal with the economic challenges facing our country,” he said, adding that he’ll be back in Illinois soon to “personally thank all those who worked to hard to send me to Congress.”

Walsh was a Tea Party favorite, and a group from Palatine called his victory “the upset of 2010.”

Maybe next time, she should call it a Tupperware Party and give everyone free tubs of butter and call it even.

Along with Alan “Straightjacket” Grayson’s loss, this pickup is especially gratifying. For it shows that arrogance as well as insanity will not be tolerated anymore.


Filed Under: Election 2010

Fraud Alert: Ellmer’s Lead Over Etheridge “Suddenly” Below The Recount Margin

Posted by NosferatusCoffin | November 6th, 2010

As Jim Geraghty and Michelle Malkin have noted in their post-election reports of races that are still undecided, there are several races that will come down to absentee ballots and just as likely down to that dreaded word, that is, if you are one who prefers honest elections. Recount.

One in particular, stands out. That of NC-2, which pits Renee Ellmers against Bob “Half Nelson” Etheridge. After Tuesday night, Ellmers’ margin was enough to avoid an automatic recount. Suddenly, as described below, it fell under that threshold and now Etheridge is pushing hard for a recount. Along with his army of DNC lawyers. Meanwhile, the NRRC is completely ignoring Ellmers pleas for money and help.

From Ellmer’s site:

Dear Supporters,

Election night, after the ten counties in my district had reported their votes, I led Bob Etheridge by 2,100 votes. (That number is crucial because under North Carolina law Congressman Etheridge is not entitled to an ‘automatic recount’ if he trails by more than 1% – or 1,888 votes.)

Then, yesterday afternoon – unexpectedly – the vote totals changed. The State Board of Elections reported my lead had dropped to 1,600 votes. Two hours later Bob Etheridge announced he intended to call for a recount.

As a result, last night my campaign began hiring attorneys – eleven attorneys in all. One in each county to monitor each recount and an attorney to work with the North Carolina State Board of Elections.

Right now, our best estimate of the minimum cost we face is $50,000. But, of course, my campaign spent every penny we had before the election.

Yesterday, we appealed to the National Republican Congressional Committee for support, asking if they could contribute to help pay the costs of this recount. Their answer, unfortunately, was, No – that we would have to raise the money to pay for the recount ourselves.

I was afraid that would be their answer. Months ago, I went to Washington and asked the National Republican Congressional Committee and many conservative leaders to help my campaign. Many conservative groups – like the Susan B. Anthony List, Concerned Women of America, Freedom Works, and Sarah Palin’s Sarah PAC all helped, but the NRCC declined. Later, they did support other campaigns in North Carolina – which, unfortunately, lost – but we never received their support. In fact, their spokesman told the press “that the campaign wasn’t ready for prime time” – which actually made it even harder for us to raise money. So, I am doubtful we will get support from the NRCC to help with the expense of the recount.

Right now, I lead Bob Etheridge by 1,600 votes. That lead should hold up. But we can’t take anything for granted. We must leave no stone unturned to insure a fair recount. We cannot allow the kind of mishap that happened in Minnesota – when Al Franken was elected – to repeat itself in North Carolina.

This morning my campaign manager set up a special fund – Renee Ellmers for Congress Recount Fund – to pay for the recount. I never dreamed I’d be asking you for another donation two days after the election – but I need to raise $50,000 ‘yesterday.’ The maximum you may give is $2,400. Each contribution – whatever the amount, whether it’s $25, $250, or $500 – is crucial and will be deeply appreciated. Could you send a donation and mail it today? Or, better still, click here, to give on my website.

I apologize for asking for another gift so soon – but I am sure you understand.

As ever, thank you and best wishes.

Renee Ellmers

Which is one reason why it was massively important for the GOP to capture so many statehouses and so many statehouse seats (in addition to a few Secretary of State positions). If you are a GOP candidate running outside of a less than 80% registered GOP district, you cannot afford to finish within the Margin of Fraud, since 9 times out of 10, the Democrat machine and all it’s attendant sleazy lawyers and union thugs will recount their way to a stolen election.

Please go here to and donate to the Ellmers recount fund.


Filed Under: Election 2010