Monthly Archives: August 2009

Keep Blogsterfiles Going!!

I am a member of this Blog, and I hate to see it go down the tubes because of one member. I will miss RC’S  Blog Posts but I can’t see ruining this site because of one person. I know that the administration has put in many hours of  time to set this up so we could have an alternate site to blog in, and I for one will still be coming here, unless he decides to close it down.

I have noticed that some of the bloggers here have taken their posts and avitar’s down, and I cannot for the life of me see how they can hold the administrator here responsible for one of the bloggers actions. 

If some one wrote you a letter and told you that one of your friends had died, and asked you to let all the other friends know, and tell them how it happened, and to show them the Obituary, would you pass that message along to you other  friends? Sure you would!! Later, if you found out that the person that told you that news did it because he/she thought it was true, would you blame him/her or would you blame the person who started the whole hoax?

Is there no common sense left in America? 


Heartless Way to Look at Things!

I am passing this along as just another thing that shows that Barack Obama Speaks
Out of both sides of his mouth, or thinks with different sides of his brain, depending
On who he is talking to. He is now saying that something like this is not called
For in his Healthcare bill. It is very hard to believe him when he gets up in front
Of a Town Hall to dispute the rumors that are floating around as bogus, when we
Have either video’s or Interviews out of his own mouth saying just the opposite.
It is no wonder that the Protesters are out there yelling….
1. Tell the truth for once, and maybe he would be beliveable.
2. Give the people at the Town Halls a Microphone so they can be heard,
And they won’t have to yell!
Please Read the article below: 
Obama Says Grandmother’s Hip Replacement Raises Cost Questions

By Hans Nichols


April 29 (Bloomberg) — President Barack Obama said his grandmother’s hip-replacement surgery during the final weeks of her life made him wonder whether expensive procedures for the terminally ill reflect a “sustainable model” for health care.

The president’s grandmother, Madelyn Dunham, had a hip replaced after she was diagnosed with cancer, Obama said in an interview with the New York Times magazine that was published today. Dunham, who lived in Honolulu, died at the age of 86 on Nov. 2, 2008, two days before her grandson’s election victory.

“I don’t know how much that hip replacement cost,” Obama said in the interview. “I would have paid out of pocket for that hip replacement just because she’s my grandmother.”

Obama said “you just get into some very difficult moral issues” when considering whether “to give my grandmother, or everybody else’s aging grandparents or parents, a hip replacement when they’re terminally ill.

“That’s where I think you just get into some very difficult moral issues,” he said in the April 14 interview. “The chronically ill and those toward the end of their lives are accounting for potentially 80 percent of the total health- care bill out here.”

Obama promised during his presidential campaign that a health-care overhaul would be a top priority, and he said at a Missouri town hall meeting today that he hopes Congress will pass health-care legislation this year.

The issue has been divisive, and finding an answer that will keep costs down while extending coverage to the estimated 46 million Americans without health insurance has eluded past presidents.

‘Ruthless Pragmatism’

Obama also said his economic advisers aren’t constrained by ideology or connections to former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin. “What I’ve been constantly searching for is a ruthless pragmatism when it comes to economic policy,” he said, in the interview.

Obama also pointed to Canada as an example of a country that has effectively regulated commercial and investment banking without requiring legal separation of those activities.

“When it comes to something like investment banking versus commercial banking, the experience in a country like Canada would indicate that good, strong regulation that focuses less on the legal form of the institution and more on the functions that they’re carrying out is probably the right approach to take,” he said.

To contact the reporter on this story: Hans Nichols in Washington at

Last Updated: April 29, 2009 18:00 EDT

White House Asking For Snitches!!

So here you are on your blog, just posting away, and telling people what you feel about the Health Care or the Cap and Tax Bills, and along comes some snitch that can copy and send your words off to the White House!! The last time I looked, we are covered by the Constitution of the United States on the 1st Amendment for out Freedom of Speech!! I have googled, White House Snitches and below are two of the sites listed that says this is so. One of these web sites is The White House Web Site!! Check this out! I am completely disgusted by this!! Here is what the first one says: White House Website Asking for Informants on Anti-Healthcare Advocates By Warner Todd Huston Wednesday, August 5, 2009 I guess it shouldn’t be surprising that the Obama White House is now asking the public to snitch on their fellow citizens by sending an email to White House staffers informing them of other Americans that oppose Obamacare. I know what you are saying. You are probably saying that I am just a rabble rousing conservative that is just trying to stir trouble. You are probably thinking that I am taking something out of context. Well I wish I were. *************************************************************************************************** This is the Second one: There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end of life care. These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain emails or through casual conversation. Since we can’t keep track of all of them here at the White House, we’re asking for your help. If you get an email or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to