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So BG,19:58, inquiring minds want to know, after Trump postponed his trip to the Whaling Wall*, did Rubio get slotted in?

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:57 on December 15, 2015  

Adelson interject against a fellow that knows how the dice rolls?

*Whaling Wall, where the ZMIC harpoon their next blubber…

DJmm says take ‘er away Moggy

Andres Segovia on guitar

Posted by Moggy @ 22:28 on December 15, 2015  



Posted by Moggy @ 22:27 on December 15, 2015  

No, but I couldn’t call him “my” president…don’t take offense, just thinking of him upsets me.


Posted by ipso facto @ 22:24 on December 15, 2015  

You assume that I do?

My President Is Charlton Heston :)

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:21 on December 15, 2015  

The third stage began in 1972. Like many neoconservatives of the same era who moved from liberal Democrat to conservative Republican, he rejected the liberalism of George McGovern and supported Richard Nixon in 1972 for President.

In the 1980s, he gave strong support to Ronald Reagan during his conservative presidency. In 1995, Heston entered his fourth stage by establishing his own political action fund-raising committee, and jumped into the internal politics of the National Rifle Association.

He gave numerous culture wars speeches and interviews upholding the conservative position, blaming media and academia for imposing affirmative action, which he saw as unfair reverse discrimination.

In January 2003, George Clooney made a controversial joke about the fact that Heston was suffering from Alzheimer’s; Clooney initially refused to apologize.[78][79][80]

While speaking at a National Board of Review event as he accepted an award on television, Clooney said: “Charlton Heston announced again today that he is suffering from Alzheimer’s”. When syndicated columnist Liz Smith asked Clooney whether he wasn’t “going too far” with his remark, he responded:

“I don’t care. Charlton Heston is the head of the National Rifle Association; he deserves whatever anyone says about him.” Heston himself commented, “It just goes to show that sometimes class does skip a generation”, apparently referring to Clooney’s aunt, singer and actress Rosemary Clooney, who was largely apolitical.

Heston further commented on the Clooney joke: “I don’t know the man – never met him, never even spoken to him, but I feel sorry for George Clooney – one day he may get Alzheimer’s disease.

I served my country in World War II. I survived that – I guess I can survive some bad words from this fellow.”[

Ease On Down The Road

Posted by Moggy @ 22:20 on December 15, 2015  


Dream A Little Dream of Me….Mama Cass

Posted by Moggy @ 22:15 on December 15, 2015  



Posted by Moggy @ 22:09 on December 15, 2015  

I do not recognize him as my president.  My president would be an American born citizen who supports the Constitution.



Posted by ipso facto @ 22:04 on December 15, 2015  

“Your president is a complete ass”


Great Dance Routine…Cagney and Hope

Posted by Moggy @ 21:46 on December 15, 2015  


Three Little Words

Posted by Moggy @ 21:43 on December 15, 2015  



For What It’s Worth

Posted by Moggy @ 21:40 on December 15, 2015  


Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie Piano

Posted by Moggy @ 21:35 on December 15, 2015  

I need cheering up after reading that last posting of Ipso’s.



Posted by Moggy @ 21:34 on December 15, 2015  

Your president is a complete ass.

Here you go Moggy, here’s a reason

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:51 on December 15, 2015  

“Immigrants are better than Americans, in part, because they know they must get involved in progressive politics, President Barack Obama told a group of selected immigrants.”



Posted by ipso facto @ 20:42 on December 15, 2015  

No signs of a Nazi gold train at site in southwestern Poland, experts say



Posted by Moggy @ 20:31 on December 15, 2015  

I wish we had a Teddy Roosevelt clone in office right now.

If I was in the Afghan government I’d be checking out property in Switzerland

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:13 on December 15, 2015  

Afghan security worsens, casualties spike in 2015: Pentagon

Afghanistan’s overall security deteriorated in the second half of this year, with Taliban militants staging more attacks and inflicting far more casualties on Afghan forces, the Pentagon said in a grim report to the U.S. Congress released on Tuesday.

The Pentagon’s assessment, offering statistics and details on attack trends, was yet more evidence of Afghanistan’s struggle to blunt a resilient Taliban insurgency despite 14 years of U.S. military engagement.


How clear can you get!

Posted by Auandag @ 20:07 on December 15, 2015  


Posted by Buygold @ 19:58 on December 15, 2015  

Although Adelson hasn’t officially endorsed Rubio, it’s likely just a matter of time. See the following excerpt from yesterday’s Miami Herald:

As GOP presidential candidates take the debate stage Tuesday at an extravagant Las Vegas hotel, they will once again compete for voters in an increasingly unpredictable race. But they are also vying for the attention of the man who owns the building — and no candidate has worked harder than Florida’s Marco Rubio.


The U.S. senator has avidly courted casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, sitting down with him privately numerous times, including a dinner in Washington weeks before launching his campaign in April, and checking in regularly by phone to talk about Israel and the campaign.


All told, Adelson and his Israeli-born wife spent $93 million that cycle [2008], the No. 1 individual donors, by far.


This time, Adelson, whose worth is valued at somewhere between $20 billion and $30 billion, reportedly wants to throw his weight behind a more electable candidate and he’s prepared to spend even more. “I don’t cry when I lose,” he told the Wall Street Journal in 2012. “There’s always a new hand coming up.”


Rubio has benefited from an outside group that has run TV ads featuring his hawkish foreign policy views, including a vow to tear up the Iran nuclear deal, which Adelson loathes. Rubio is also backing legislation Adelson is pushing to crush an expansion of online gambling, which threatens his global casino empire.


Much of Rubio’s supposed favor has been conveyed by people who are close to Adelson, not Adelson himself, who rarely talks to the media.


Adelson is a critic of unions but moderate on social issues and supports stem-cell research and immigration reform.


Adelson does have business interests, and earlier this year Rubio attracted attention when he signed onto a bill that Adelson is trying to get through Congress that aims to curtail online gambling in states, a threat to his casino empire.


Though Rubio has talked about states’ rights and avoiding picking “winners and losers,” he has attributed his support for the bill to a feeling that the Internet has fewer safeguards to protect people from fraud and addiction.


“Rubio calls and says, ‘Hey, did you see this speech? Did you see my floor statement on Iran? What do you think I should do about this issue?’ ” a September New York magazine story quoted an unnamed Adelson friend as saying. “It’s impressive. Rubio is persistent.”

For more on Adelson, see:


Sheldon Adelson – The Dangerous American Oligarch Behind Benjamin Netanyahu



Posted by ipso facto @ 19:48 on December 15, 2015  

Right on. Go Teddy!

Moggy and Ipso : we seem to have lost the way

Posted by Floridagold @ 19:39 on December 15, 2015  
 Theodore Roosevelt’s ideas on Immigrants and being an AMERICAN in 1907.
‘In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American…There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag… We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language.. And we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.’  
Theodore Roosevelt 1907 
He had lots of other worthwhile comments on immigrants in the link below from snopes




Posted by ipso facto @ 18:33 on December 15, 2015  

That’s a good question Moggy. I guess the bleeding hearts would say that it’s for humanitarian reasons. Many Moslems would say that it’s so they can turn the US into a Moslem country. Maybe the NWO has some plan to cause chaos here? As far as I can tell there’s absolutely no benefit for US citizens to allow them in and in fact a lot of reasons to keep them out.

The consensus here at the Oasis seems to agree.


Posted by Moggy @ 18:08 on December 15, 2015  

On the moslem poll:   their beliefs are totally against the Constitution thus, what would be the purpose of allowing them into the country?

New Poll

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:14 on December 15, 2015  

Vote! Vote!

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