Saturday, August 8, 2009

alright I lied, I have to share this:

CULTURE OF CORRUPTION, by Michelle Malkin. (Regnery, $27.95.) President Obama and his team of tax cheats, petty crooks, influence peddlers and Wall Street cronies. <source>

She is 1# on the NYT's book list. So yea for you! I lurve Michelle, hence why she's on the side of my bloggy.

Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Before I stop blogging for the night, I wanted to just share this pic that Glenn Beck put a few months ago...good way to incorporate politics and the awesome-est movie ever made. lol
Nice fake fangs, considering the Twilight vamps don't have them. lol
Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-


Hola: (hey with the immigrants coming over we'd better start learning our Spanish, but that's a whole other post) These are just a bunch of tee-shirts I found here. click on them to make them bigger

These are def awesome. i really like the red one, ronald reagan rocks, dude. I'd luv a Steven Crowder shirt.
Love, Palin, and Crowder...
Conservative Teen
(I know this post wasn't exactly "political" but it was cool for me, none-the-less.)

Friday, August 7, 2009

Angry Mobs, oh yes, because people speaking their minds are lunatics. Shame on them for using their rights! ;-)


I'm here to write about the "angry mobs" the dems are accusing conservatives of because they are *gasp* not agreeing with the dems on their ideas about magical health care.
Watch this video from the DNC...

I'm going to break it down for you with my I go...

0:02- "They're back." See, didn't you get Arnold's warning..."I'll be baack." He wasn't just talking about himself he was talking about the evil Conservative Zombies back from our cofffins.

0:10- "They lost the election, The battle over the recovery act, the budget, and children's health care." Thanks, as if I wasn't depressed enough.

0:30- "Their goal? Destroy President Obama and stop the change Americans voted for overwhelmingly in November." Overwhelmingly? Look at the election results I found here
365- Electorial votes
53%-Vote %
66,882,230- Votes

173- Electorial Votes
46%- Vote %
58,343,671- Votes

Ya know, call me an idiot, but I don't exactly think 53% vs. 46% is exactly "overwhelmingly." But, hey, judge for yourselves.

0:40- "This mob activity is straight from the playbook of high-level Republican political operatives. They have no plan for moving our country forward, so they've called out the mob."
Huh, sounds like a horror movie. "They can't take over, so they're calling out the demons. Whahaha." Thanks, dudes.

Well, I'm sure you haven't had enough of my blog post... so here's more!
So, here are some vids I found on Glenn Beck's site

Austin, Texas

Elkhart Country, Indiana


St. Louis

Denver, CO

Troy, Michigan

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Distinguished Harvard Professor, Mean Police Officer, and Nice Mr. Obama! Oh my!


Now, I mentioned in one of my earlier posts that I would try to tackle the huge mess of the Harvard Prof. and the police officer. I did my research, like I promised and here it is...

Well, as I understand it, Henry Lou Gates (the black Harvard Prof.) was, according to this abcnews blog, trying to "pry his door open" which resulted in a neighbor calling the police thinking it was a robbery.

"Cambridge police say they responded to the well-maintained two-story home after a woman reported seeing "two black males with backpacks on the porch," with one "wedging his shoulder into the door as if he was trying to force entry."
By the time police arrived, Gates was already inside. Police say he refused to come outside to speak with an officer, who told him he was investigating a report of a break-in."

"Why, because I'm a black man in America?" Asked Gates, according to a police report written by Sgt. James Crowley

Gates...initially refused to show the officer his identification, but then gave him a Harvard University ID card, according to police.
"Gates continued to yell at me, accusing me of racial bias and continued to tell me that I had not heard the last of him," the officer wrote.
Gates said he turned over his driver's license and Harvard ID — both with his photos — and repeatedly asked for the name and badge number of the officer, who refused. He said he then followed the officer as he left his house onto his front porch, where he was handcuffed in front of other officers, Gates said in a statement released by his attorney, fellow Harvard scholar Charles Ogletree, on a Web site Gates oversees,
He was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after police said he "exhibited loud and tumultuous behavior." He was released later that day on his own recognizance. An arraignment was scheduled for Aug. 26.>

Well, isn't that wonderful! See, this what I don't get, everyone HAS to bring race into it. Ya know, if we were all colorblind (which we should be!!!!), this sort of thing wouldn't be turned into such a humongous "scandal." Gates is all, "It's race, it's race!" Oh, really? I'm tired of hearing him whine about that "big, mean" police officer. He was doing his job, and I side 150% with Sgt. Crowley. Good for you! You and the other men are great examples of good police work. So, yea for you!
Also, it actually kinda bothers me that Gates had the nerve to say "Because I'm a black man in America." What does being black in America have to do with being arrested. I couldn't care less if you had purple and blue stripes for skin, and your eyes were made out of cotton candy. There you go with the race thing again. But, I think it's really the whole "in America" part. You know what, if you don't like America, go over to Africa or China or go see Kim Jong for a spell and see how awful America is. Same for anyone else who says America's this "land of inequality" or whatever pointy-headed comments you can come up with.

Point 2#

Obama, good ol' Obama, had to get involved. Well, I was hoping (not really, but just kind of) maybe he could look at it fairly instead of judge it by color. Nope! Instead, he calls the actions of the police officers "stupid." Oh, really? It's stupid to do their job? Well, I guess it's stupid for teachers to show up at school, and for security to show up at special events. Hey, I guess he's trying to tell us, "The economy's down the toilet, let's just not do our jobs because that's stupid." Thank you, Barack H. Obama! See, now I don't even need to go to college. Hey mom and dad, I guess we can go to Disney World now. Oh, wait, operating the rides is probably stupid.

By now I'm all ticked off, so then he holds another press conference and then I found this article.
Below............................................ (but I attached the link if you want to read the original article)

In a surprise appearance before the White House press corps, President Barack Obama said Friday he had called the officer who arrested Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and told him he did not mean to malign the Cambridge Police Department.
Obama’s announcement came less than three hours after leaders of several Massachusetts police unions assembled in Cambridge in a show of support for Sgt. James Crowley and called for an apology from the President for calling the arrest “stupid.”
Obama said he could have “calibrated my words differently” in referring during a press conference Wednesday evening to the events surrounding the arrest of the African-American historian by the white police officer.
Obama related that during his five-minute conversation with Crowley, he expressed that both Crowley and Gates had over-reacted when Crowley came to Gates’ house to investigate a report of a break-in.
The president denied that he should have not made his earlier comments on the incident, saying that it was the president’s job to work to improve race relations.

It's about time he apologizes! Was it really his place anyways to call someone or something "stupid?" I think not!
You notice he gets all defensive and is all, "calibrated my words differently." No, I don't think so. You said it loud a clear. Yes, of course, we elected you to improve race relations. Not because people liked your politics, or *cough* skin color. Gosh no! (Please, don't hit me for saying the truth!)

Point 3#

Then, just to make sure the three dudes were all cool with each other, he decides to invite to the White House to have beer in the Rose Garden. Golly gee, I'm so glad they're all chummy chummy with each other! It's so nice that he could take time out from the failing economy, and the health-care reform to have some Bud in the garden. Another thing, did you notice the White House folks described them as the "distinguished police officer and the police officer who arrested him?" the description thingy was found here

They've been trying to mark this as a "learning experience" and whatnot. But to me, it just seems like it's Obama the Shepherd trying to bring the two herds together. Plus, how is this a learning experience? What are we learning? The big mean white guys are out to get the small, meek African-Americans? (wouldn't want to offend anyone with any other terms, would we now?) Yeah, that's great. Can't wait to see this story in the social studies (never history, of course. where did history go?) textbooks...

Well, I wonder how much I've offended people. Hmm, I'm probably pretty good at that.
Wait, before you go...
I have to include the picture though...
I hate to see my guy Pooh Bear next to Obama. But the two do look a lot alike. AAAHHHH!

Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

State Tax Holidays...hmm...doesn't that sound nice. And, ha, I just posted about sales tax yesterday


This really doesn't have anything to do with politics, but I thought I'd post it anyways.

I found this article which contains a table of the salex-tax free days across the U.S.

Pretty cool...
Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Mom fined for grieving too long...are you serious??

I hate this story!!!!!!!

I read this story at

There was this mum in England, and her son died at 5 weeks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
So, she was at her funeral and the vicar asked if she would like 10 more minutes to see her son. Of course, she said yes.
Officials at the crematorium, run by a local English council, impose an extra charge if any funeral runs over its 30-minute slot. However, the couple's funeral directors said there was plenty of time for the next funeral which was not due to take place for another 50 minutes. The mother was fined £86 ($173) for spending too long at her son's tiny coffin before it was taken away for cremation.

A council spokesman apologised for making the extra fee. "We understand that sometimes more time may be preferred and so families are offered the chance to book extra time if they need it,’ he said. "This means when funerals that have not taken up this option over-run, a fee is automatically charged. "However, when we learned that there were extenuating circumstances we, of course, refunded the extra charge." < >

Well, thanks a million for refunding the fee!
Gosh! How crazy has our world become if they're doing that, forcing poor mothers to leave their children all because of a time-slot? I wonder how they'd feel if they were fined for staying too long. I know they're a business, just doing their job, but how are they going to get people to us their services by fining people?


Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Father Refuses to Take Flag Down and everyone goes AAHHH!!!


So, I was doing some looking around on Glenn Beck's website and found this story.

Apparently, this father (Mr. Louis Haros) from California made a promise to his son fighting overseas right now to keep up the American flag for his two tours. Due to age, weather, and what not, the flag has become tattered and torn. So, people are trying to make him take down the flag. Neighbors and even just people passing by are protesting him.
Here's a quote I found on
Ryan Gallucci, a spokesman for AMVETS, a group of 180,000 U.S. veterans, said while it's a "dicey" situation, the organization would prefer that Haros stop flying the tattered flag.
"It's a national symbol and not just a symbol of one soldier's sacrifice," Gallucci told "We would advocate he replace it with a serviceable flag out of respect for those who have gone before."
Here's my opinion on the whole thing...
A promise, is a promise like he says in the article. It is nobody's business but his own. Yes, the flag is tattered and torn (see pic below) but it is almost symbolic. The flag could represent the struggles and hardship the family and soldier have gone through.
Anyways, I get so tired of the meddling thing right now! He said he will take the flag down once his son comes home. So, don't worry be happy!
Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Obama the Hypocrite! Aaaah!

So, I was doing some Internet research on my hero...Barack H. Obama. (wouldn't want to offend anyone but putting his real middle name would we now?)
Heavy sarcasm, people. My real hero is Sarah Palin.
Anyways, I found this story here about Obama complaing Bush pushed bills through too fast.
Here's a few quotes:

BARACK OBAMA: ...When you rush these budgets that are a foot high and nobody has any idea what's in them and nobody has read them.

RANDI RHODES: 14 pounds it was!

BARACK OBAMA: Yeah. And it gets rushed through without any clear deliberation or debate then these kinds of things happen. And I think that this is in some ways what happened to the Patriot Act. I mean you remember that there was no real debate about that. It was so quick after 9/11 that it was introduced that people felt very intimidated by the administration.

Me, oh, my, could Obama be a *looks dramatically left and right* hypocrite? Oh! I said the dirty word! The Messiah is, apparently.
Have you seen him pushing the bills through? It's like whoosh whoosh whoosh. Gee, where'd all the bills go? Oh, that's right he's passed them all! Do you think he's doing this on purpose? I sure as heck do! He knows in 2010 everything could change so he thinks he needs to get every bill possible through. Yeah, ya know, I think if he really wants to be re-elected Ol' Barack here needs to slow down his horses. If he doesn't, well, I'm not sure how high his approval rating is going to be. And I read that his African-American approval rating is faltering a bit partly due to that whole police officer incident. But, no worries, I'll be blogging about that too. But, I'll do my research, I wouldn't want to be labled as writing "stupidly." ;-)

Love, Palin, and Crowder!
-Conservative Teenager-

Introduction to moi


Okay, I'm not very good at introductions, obviously... but here I go...

  • I'm a teenager (no, duh)

  • I blog

  • I'm conservative

  • I state very obvious facts

Now that I'm done with that cheesy intro stuff, if you're not asleep yet, I'll write more

Here are some my top 3 most interesting facts about moi:

1. I love Steven Crowder!! (Yep that's him...ya know, when he's old enough and I can *cough* vote, well, I'm voting for him. I think he'd make an awesome prez. Yep.)

2. Sarah Palin rocks. 'nuff said.

3. Obama's health care ideas are about as good as sticking pins in your eyes. Very dangerous.

Here's a breakdown of my views:

1. Anti-Abortion

2. Anti-homosexual marriage (if they want unions fine, but never EVER say marriage and homosexual in the same sentence)

3. NObama

4. Support our troops!!!

5. All for small government

6. Lower the taxes already! (Tennessee's sale tax is 9.35%! Excuse, me?! Read that here)

7. Pro-Palin.

Well, I wonder how badly I've offended anyone, but right now I don't care. Liberals think they just trample all over us and then stick their tongues out, but, huh, I don't think so! I have this feeling like I have power or something. Yeah, power feels good. Hey, maybe that's why Obama's all high and mighty right now...)

Love, Palin, and Crowder...

Conservative Teen