My So Called Blogging Career – Ten Years On

May 20, 2014

From some comments via Linked In:

10 years this May

And this from 2012 – yeah, I guess so. And what a long, strange trip it’s been.  I was a real charmer from the git go, huh?

I’m on WordPress now btw. And, no, not done, really. Like an old penny, ya never know where I might turn up. ; )

My So Called Blogging Career

I had a blog on Blogger, or BlogSpot called “itsjustdan” for a very short time, gone now, before moving here to Typepad. I started blogging over the 2004 Bush re-election effort and it seems my first post here at this site was on September 20, 2004 at 12:43 AM. It was on John Edwards: Senator Ass Pimple Speaks Out.

Man, I haven’t changed a bit! lol But tell me I wasn’t right about him? Anyway, it seems I’ve been doing this a bit over 7.5 years.Also of note, in typical low-class democrat fashion, they’ll be exploiting more soldiers families in the coming days. Doesn’t that make you feel proud. This group will stop at nothing to get elected. On the one hand they undermine the war efforts everyday in the press – next they turn around and exploit the soldiers and their families.Also as usual, they talk about fearmongering, then turn around and do the same, all while playing the race card, of course. These guys are desperate, as well as disgusting.

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  1. Ragspierre says:

    Good to see you back, Dan! I was concerned.

  2. Pat Carfagno says:

    Hey now! We are always right. Its just that we are right too early in the game so most people can’t even buy a clue about what we already see too clearly.

    Congrats on 10 years


  3. Maria says:

    Always respect and enjoy your work, Dan! I hope you will continue! You are needed! God bless!

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  6. Ragspierre says:

    Race card flopping asphole Clyburn inverts history. Naturally.

    Gaslighting, anyone…???

  7. Steve says:

    Congratulations on 10 Successful Years!

    Common Cents

  8. Ragspierre says:

    Wow. The WaPo is dusting off the old Valarie Plame lie to give Pres. ScamWOW cover for outing our own CIA guy in Afghanistan.

    They will lie every time they think they can. Which is pretty much always.

  9. Ragspierre says:

    The word that got our attention, though, is dump. It appears in the headline, too: “I.R.S. Bars Employers From Dumping Workers Into Health Exchanges.” If the New York Times were our only source of news, we’d be very confused right now. (Well, OK, we’d be very confused almost always.) For months the Times has been touting the quality of ObamaCare policies, scoffing at those who liked their previous plans and were victimized by President Obama’s fraudulent promise that they could keep them.

    Now all of a sudden the exchanges are a garbage dump? Or is it that the exchanges are a pristine wilderness into which workers are the garbage being dumped?

    The Times quotes Obama at a February press conference: “I don’t think that an employer-based system is going to be, or should be, replaced anytime soon,” he said when a reporter asked “whether over the long term you see a future where health insurance is less tied to the workplace.”

    You can see why the president would take that position. If employers start dropping medical benefits, the number of people directly victimized by the you-can-keep-your-plan fraud would multiply, and with it Obama and the Democrats’ political problems. Thus the administration is in the ironic position of writing regulations to make sure its “comprehensive reform” isn’t too comprehensive.
    —Taranto, WSJ

    ObamaDoggle is a complete example of FUBAR.

  10. Ragspierre says:

    I’m shocked…SHOCKED…that a bunch of courageous young people, steeped in “duty, honor, country” and understanding leadership, would give an “icy reception” to an obvious liar telling them how he believes in American exceptionalism…really, really lots.

    I bet several of those great kids had to go in for new springs on their BS-0-meters right after the ceremony…

  11. Ragspierre says:

    “There were scores of attackers that night, almost certainly with differing motives,” Clinton writes. “It is inaccurate to state that every single one of them was influenced by this hateful video. It is equally inaccurate to state that none of them were.”

    Really…??? How the HELL could she say any of that? On what basis?

    She’s just serving up a(nother) load of horsespit.

    She lies like a Clinton…

  12. Ragspierre says:

    Any competent lawyer knows that during the investigative and trial stages that follow a public debacle—to say nothing of an act of war in which American officials were derelict in responding to a murderous terrorist attack—the obligation of the witnesses is not to redirect the questions. It is to answer the questions. Any competent trial judge would have sustained an objection to the secretary of state’s evasive answer, striking it from the record as non-responsive.

    Mrs. Clinton is a crappy lawyer if she does not get that, since a first-year law student would. And she is a charlatan because the transparent two-step objective of her performance was, first, to dodge questions about her conduct and, then, to wail that the questions must cease because she has already answered them.

    My only quibble with that is that McCarthy applies the wrong standard. Hill-larry has not been a lawyer in decades, having eschewed that calling for that of a crass politician.

    Different skill sets entirely. And she knew there was nobody present who could rein her defensive screeching in.

  13. Ragspierre says:

    Andy is no conspiracy theorist.

    He knows his stuff, and what he says has a sound basis.

    This was a gross capitulation, and no mistake.

  14. Ragspierre says:

    The American postwar elites, like their British counterparts, have been in ascendance so long they too have ceased to believe defeat can exist; that all that was necessary was to control Washington and the universe was theirs to command.

    And that is probably what Obama still believes. He arose in an environment where the Stash always existed. Where all that was necessary to find more money was to shake the tree. He’s learned how to push every button, run every trope, invoke every grievance — everything except how to win against thugs more ruthless than any he encountered in Chicago. He’s a sheltered creature, bred in a special, coddled time in American history who suddenly finds himself at sea at a moment when the tides of the world have begun to flow again.

    In Richard Fernandez’s view, the Berghdal trade is just a sign of our surrender to the Taliban.

    And there will be more, including the emptying of GITMO and repatriation of some of the worst pirates in the world.

  15. You are a pillar of the new media right, looking forward to your take this vital election year- u sure helped to make sense of 2012