Thursday, April 29, 2010
There is a bill to make Puerto Rico a state. Again, they are trying to pull one over on us and on Puerto Ricans, who have consistently said they do not want to become a state. Read below for more information (from Eagle Forum). This was also discussed by Rep Tom Price on a conference call yesterday.
Posted by Hollywood at 12:08 PM
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
The Democrat leaders appear to be more in line with the Mullah's of Iran than the principles of Democracy, and of the spirit of America, in their insecurity and intolerance of ideas that are different from their own.
Buffoonery in the media and our liberal politicians baffles me every day…Wait! Every minute I should say. There are calls to Boycott Arizona. That is code word for Sanctions.
The all out assault on our country men/women in Arizona is almost too much to take. Boycott (sanctions) on Arizona? Who the hell do you think that will hurt? That’s right American’s. But you see everyone, it makes sense. The left in this county hates their own and will stop at nothing to tear it apart. In their mind, breaking eggs along the way is part of their goal. The left is more in line with the Mullahs in Iran, than they are with good Americans in Arizona exercising their States Rights.
Christopher "Hollywood" Cochran
Posted by Hollywood at 4:49 PM
Monday, April 19, 2010
Thursday, April 15, 2010
We will be returning to the Pittsburgh area around 2:30 a.m. and we figured most of you would not want to be walking around downtown at that time of night. Accordingly, we have arranged for you to park at Ross Town Center in front of Roomful Express, at Lowe's in Monroeville near Miracle Mile and at Butler Motor Transit's parking lot. We will also have a downtown departure for those who don't mind paying for parking and finding cars at 2:30 in the morning downtown.
Here is how the bus logistics will work. Passengers will be picked up from each of the following locations at the designated times and will be driven to Mellon Square for the Pittsburgh event.
Butler Motor Transit 9:30 a.m. (210 S. Monroe Street, Butler 16001)
Ross Towne Center 11:00 a.m. (7219 McKnight Road, Pittsburgh 15237)
Lowe's11:00 a.m. (4200 William Penn Hwy, Monroeville 15146)
You may leave your belongings for Washington, D.C. on the buses as it will be locked while you are at the Mellon Square event. When the Mellon Square event ends, you will have until 1:20 p.m. to board the same bus at the same place where you were dropped off downtown. Once fully loaded, the buses will leave for Washington, D.C. One of the buses will make an additional stop at Lowe's on the way to the turnpike to pick up those who cannot attend the downtown event but want to go to DC.
We are asking everyone to bring bag lunches and dinners to save time as we would like to arrive in Washington at 6:30 for the event which starts at 7:00 p.m. We will have one brief 15 minute restroom stop instead of our usual 30 minute breakfast break.
Reservations will be taken directly at our email address. Reserve a seat only if you are definitely planning on going. You will need to sign up for a departure location when making this reservation. I will send a confirmation to you within 24 hours of your reservation. Please provide your cell phone number. If you do not have a cell phone, please provide your home phone number. Our email address is PittsburghTeaParty@gmail.com.Please sign up as soon as you are certain you can commit to going and you are certain of your departure location as it will give us more time to secure additional buses if needed. The cost is $50 per person round trip, including tips to the drivers. Money will be collected on the bus. The deadline for signup is April14 at noon.
Confirmed speakers for the FreedomWorks Tax Day Tea Party event include: Andrew Breitbart; Lord Monckton; Rev. C.L. Bryant; Nic Lott; Deneen Borelli; Tucker Carlson; Brendan Steinhauser; Andrew Moylan; Neal Boortz; Congressmen Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul, Jim DeMint and Tim Price; and FreedomWorks' Dick Armey, Matt Kibbe and Tom Gaiten. Updates will be available at www.FreedomWorks.org . The event officially starts at 7:00 with warm-up speakers and musicians beginning earlier.
Attendees are welcome to bring small umbrellas, bottled water, bagged lunch (no glass containers), lawn chairs, cameras, blankets, small coolers and backpacks. (Everything may be subject to search.)
FreedomWorks is expecting buses from Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina, which to me means attendance is likely to be at least in the tens of thousands.
Posted by Hollywood at 11:20 AM
Being a superpower ain't all that, at least according to President Obama.
Posted by Hollywood at 11:09 AM