Valentine, NE is for Deb Fischer for #NESEN

The Nebraska Farm Bureau put out a video featuring the citizens of Valentine, NE talking about Deb Fischer.
See it here:

The people who know Deb Fischer best are voting for Deb Fischer for United State Senate.

59 comments

  1. Interested Observer says:

    Now the funniest part of this clip is that one of the men in it is the husband of the woman who notarized DEB FI$CHER and Bruce Fischer’s signatures on their terrible, failed lawsuit against poor old beloved Les and Betty Kime!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Fischer is going to kick the pious crap out of Kerrey,,,,,, and then IO can go back to whatever IO does and the country can start the healing process. The first thing to happen once Fischer is sworn in is to help the country cleanse it’s self of everything Obama/Reid/Pelosi subjected the country to. It will take a bit of work to clean up, let alone clear the stench, but all that should be left is a stain on our history.

    Good riddance to all of the Liberals…..

  3. Anonymous says:

    A funny thing happened in Sarpy County last night. The Democrats are out pushing their agenda, which isn’t funny, and left a message on our phone. The funny part is that they are using an OLD list as they called us to support ewing,,,,,,, but we ARE NOT in the second district anymore. So they wasted their time, and their volunteer’s time. Not too mention they only called for the federal offices, nothing for their beleaguered state candidates. Go figure…. but do appreciate the humor of getting the call.

  4. Anonymostly says:

    IO, while you’re on here, I have some questions for you.

    1. How long has Sunny Slope Ranch been in the Fischer family?
    2. How long has the $ been their brand?
    3. How many acres were involved in the Snake River Ranch sale to the Sportsmen’s club?
    4. How much did you say it brought? You said it was a record, so what was the record amount?

  5. TexasAnnie says:

    Here’s a reminder for unaffiliated voters (and a diversion for you Interested Observer).

    Since Nebraska is Republican (as is Texas), y’all can further a goal of smaller government, lower taxes and more liberty by voting Libertarian in the presidential race. I’m not saying Gary Johnson could win with your vote, but this circumstance does not render a vote for Gary Johnson “irrelevant.” Locally, your vote could help establish an ongoing Libertarian Party in Nebraska without a necessity of re-petitioning for ballot access each election cycle. And nationally, your vote could help “cause” media outlets to report on the candidacies of ALL candidates, not just the Republicans and Democrats. And if media reported, debate commissioners would necessarily respond. And once permitted in the debates, Libertarian candidates could illustrate, effectively, why our current two-party system continuously fails us. Fear not. Welcome the influence of third parties and help to open up the electoral process. Vote Libertarian!

  6. StrokeThatDopyJohnson says:

    Annie, did you smoke an extra joint before your wrote that? Gary “Roach Clip” Johnson wants you to smoke that doobie. That’s what driving Colorado liberals wild about Gary Johnson. But you don’t even mention the dope. How can that be? Your oddly dopeless Johnson hangs out there like a 10,000 lb gorilla that you fail to mention.

    Pathological denial is Democrat territory this year. Bob is a good example. Kerrey’s chosen centerpiece argument for electing him is that he says Fischer is a bad neighbor. Her ad that swats that away didn’t take much effort on her part. What is amazing is the absence of Kerrey’s strength and an unforeseen huge presence of political stupidity. Bob ran for President. He has bona fides up the butt and should have been fifteen pts over Fischer from the beginning. Yet it turns out that not only is he amazingly weak, but after the legal aspect of his grazing argument fizzled, he reduced his message to “Fischer is a bad neighbor”.

    That’s almost as stupid as an incumbent Obama saying we all should vote out of “revenge”, or you forgetting to mention “Dope” when you tout Gary Johnson. Grow up. And for your own good, lay off the weed.

  7. Macdaddy says:

    Stroke Man, that’s what happens when you leave a place for 12 years. You can guess at what’s important to people in Nebraska but it’s only a guess. Living in the bubble that is the Upper East West Greater Village, ie, Liberal Central, you start thinking everybody is liberal because that’s all you hear all day long. My guess is that the very few contacts Kerrey has in Nebraska are every bit as screwy as he is. Result: Nebraskans must be liberal because everybody I know is liberal. Kerrey shouldn’t feel bad, though. Nelson made the same egregious misreading of Nebraskan preferences and he lives here. He even got booed at a pizza place and didn’t get the hint.

  8. Macdaddy says:

    Texas Annie, you should feel free to vote for Gary Johnson. Your conscience will be clear. You will have spoken Truth to Power. You stood up for what you believed in. And it won’t make a damn bit of difference.

  9. RWP says:

    What you need to realize is Texas Annie is a dyed-in-the-wool Democrat. She’s pushing libertarianism here because she thinks that’s a more effective way of hurting the GOP in a predominantly conservative forum than actually speaking up for the Democrats. As an actual libertarian, I despise her for it.

  10. Macdaddy says:

    I just watched the ad above. Holy Crap, IO! Do you realize that’s now 2 Kimes who are voting for Fischer? How many you got voting for Kerrey? I also noticed that everybody put their names to their endorsement. I guess you and Kerrey have just been lying about Deb and her family being poor neighbors.

  11. Anonymous says:

    RWP, you are not an actual libertarian. You are an actual libertine.

    Macdaddy – yup, another out-of-stater that doesn’t even know Deb Fischer – but is for Deb Fischer.

  12. TexasAnnie says:

    Well good grief!!! I tell you, I’m an independent voter tending to the Libertarian ideology. I haven’t registered with the Libertarians since 2008, after serving as a delegate to the National Libertarian Convention. (Bob Barr blew it for me and party loyalty.) I haven’t registered with the Democrats since my late 20’s, and while I remain empathic with some of the Democrat platform ideals, I do not consider myself a Democrat. Yet coincidentally, I registered with the Republicans (for Primary voting privilege) as recently as two years ago. Hmmm. (How do you maintain interest, Interested Observer, when reading comments from others such as the false claims against me, above?)

    And yes, Macdaddy my conscience is clear. Often truth IS MORE IMPORTANT than power. But in your case, you won’t need to worry about sacrificing power via a vote for Gary Johnson. Romney will still take Nebraska while you can find truth. As to the marijuana issue raised above: ? Gary Johnson’s position is that if it was legal, we could tax it. And, we wouldn’t have to continue taxing non-users in a long, long failed war on drugs. Aren’t y’all tired of building new jails?

    Did y’all know that RWP is a closet Christian? He pushes atheism here because in a predominantly Christian environment he is thereby able to assure his own notoriety…

  13. Macdaddy says:

    “Mitt Romney’s fantasy that Senate Democrats will work with him to pass his ‘severely conservative’ agenda is laughable,” Mr. Reid said in a statement on Friday.

    “Bob Kerrey, reporting for duty, Senator Reid!”

  14. Anonymous says:

    TA, until IVR (Instant Runoff Voting) is pervasive, it’s a wasted vote on a 3rd party candidate. Some cities (i.e. Minneapolis and St. Paul) have tried it. The mechanics are fairly simple. One ranks the candidates and if your top choice is eliminated (lowest vote count), your second choice counts, and so on. This way one can vote for a 3rd party candidate without fear of wasting one’s vote. This will be the only way to break the stranglehold Democrats and Republicans have on our political system.

  15. Anonymostly says:

    Remember the discussion we had about that Samuel L. Jackson youtube commercial for Obama, “Wake the (eff) up”? I think the Obama Admin has really diminished the office by some of their crap. (I get to say “crap” because I’m just a regular Joe.) Here’s an Obama official trying to buck up the troops:

    In a speech to a packed room of Obama for America phone bank volunteers at the Democratic National Committee headquarters Thursday night in Washington, D.C., Special Assistant to the President Kareem Dale said that people with disabilities are going to be “absolutely killed” under the proposed policies of Mitt Romney and delivered a strong message to the crowd: “let’s win this motherfu**er.”

  16. Anonymous says:

    Talk about selective vision (or having blinders on). Did you see George W’s reign for 8 years? You know, where they lied about weapons of mass destruction to get us into a war, killed tens of thousands of innocent people, and thousands of our armed forces, not to mention those who came back severely crippled. Yeah, a few naughty words is much worse than that. You folks with your perverted values disgust me!

  17. Anonymostly says:

    Oh, yeah, the WMD canard. I’ve never yet met a liberal who raises the spectre of “Bush lied; (whomever) died” who could tell me with a straight face that he or she honestly believed they wouldn’t find any. Hussein (the Sadam one) was in violation of UN Resolution 1441 in so many ways, it was clearly justified to go resume (yes, resume) the conflict and finish the job from 1991. WMDs or no WMDs.

    There was absolutely no question that Iraq had a WMD program and that they tried to flout the UN weapons inspections. There was no question that they had obtained (or at least attempted to obtain) yellow cake uranium from Niger. Because of Hussein (the Sadam one) Iraq was a destabilizing influence in the region. (And, because of us, it’s actually now one of the more stable nations in the region.)

    Until the other Hussein (the Barack one) took office, things were actually looking less volatile in the middle east. Israel (and the rest of the middle east) knew we had their backs. We had an ally in Egypt with a neutral- to pro-western government. And the regime in Libya was actually fairly docile and compliant when George Bush left office. Fast forward 4 years and, geez, what a mess we have in the middle east now.

    The Arab Spring, which Hussein (the Barack one) encouraged, has destabilized the middle east in dramatic ways. Extremists within the Muslim Brotherhood are taking over the government in Egypt hoping to pass Sharia law, and our own government now isn’t even willing to describe Egypt as an ally. Qaddafi is dead, murdered in the most grizzly and barbaric fashion, and, along with him, the sort of docile, west-neutral government which existed there has died.

    The region is becoming increasingly unstable and, to make matters worse, the United States has lost its stature because our servile leader would rather be loved abroad than respected. Iran lurches ever closer to developing nuclear capability and for the last four years, Hussein (the Obama one) has employed a strategy of watchful waiting to deal with the spectre of a nuclear Iran.

    And the best you got is WMDs. Yeah, we didn’t find any. I’m sure I was as shocked as anyone else. But WMDs or not, Hussein (the Sadam one) had an obligation to allow weapons inspectors from the UN to go in and see whether his capability was truly gone and we all know he wasn’t exactly being cooperative in that regard. But at least President Bush acted Presidential. And I’m not talking about whether he pronounced “nuclear” as “nucular.” He didn’t demean or degrade or disrespect the office. He didn’t carry on an affair with an intern in the Oval office. He didn’t disrespect world leaders by choosing to appear on The View rather than meet with the Heads of State of our important allies in a volatile region. And his campaign and those involved in it didn’t routinely drop F-bombs like sailors in a Bangkok whorehouse.

    So, spare me your indignation. We soooo need to elect Mitt Romney and restore some dignity to the Presidency.

  18. Macdaddy says:

    What happened to Obama leading the Sandy recovery effort? He put in a half day and then went to play golf in Vegas? Wouldn’t want to stress him out too much. BTW, he looked really good in that embroidered bomber jacket. Does that come in Desert Khaki as well?

  19. RWP says:

    I’d consider libertinism, but my wife takes a pretty strong line against it.

    If a were a closet Christian, that would be consistent with Matthew 6:6, no?

  20. RWP says:

    According to Staten Islanders, the only recovery efforts are being run by Staten Islanders.

    Obama’s all pervading gummint is here for us all, except white ethnic conservatives, who are on their own. Small wonder the voting on Tuesday will be more racially polarized than it was at he height of segregation.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Anonymostly, You are absolutely right! No Republican has ever used that kind of language, would never even think about using that kind of language, and wouldn’t even know how to use that kind of language. Republicans are all good, church attending Christians with spotless histories. No Republican has ever done anything that wasn’t strictly legal, moral and sugar sweet.

  22. Anonymous says:

    Anonymostly would be tying President Obama’s name to Charles Manson if his name were Barrack Charles Obama. It’s a good thing that we all know what a putz Anonymostly is so that we can pay him the regard he is due.

  23. Anonymostly says:

    Did I say Republicans never swear? No. I didn’t say that. Why is it I always find liberals arguing against points I never made?

    I said the last two Democrat Presidents have demeaned the office. It cheapens the office of the President of the United States for him to go on “The View” and sit in the same chair as a guest that Nicki Minaj sat in the day before. It’s like he’s not a world leader; he’s just another celebrity. President Kardashian as Rush Limbaugh has started calling him. That’s an insult. Liberals might not realize or pick up on the negative implication but, believe me, it’s there.

    It doesn’t demean the office of the Presidency when I cuss. But, in case you libs haven’t figured it out, I’m not the President. Nor am I officially speaking on his behalf.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Anonymostly, the damage your boyfriend, George II, did to the reputation of the Oval Office far exceeds that done by any liberal that ever occupied the office. History will remember him as the primary reason America began its demise in the 21st Century. Maybe Georgie didn’t use obscene language in public, but then again neither has President Obama.

  25. Anonymostly says:

    Yeah, RWP, where are the FEMA trailers? The White House knew this storm was going to hit. It was predicted DAYS in advance, yet the White House seems to have been caught flat-footed. Where are the FEMA trailers? And where is the media complaining about the government’s ineffective response? I think Obama hates white people.

  26. Anonymostly says:

    Anonymostly, the damage your boyfriend, George II, did to the reputation of the Oval Office far exceeds that done by any liberal that ever occupied the office.

    What is it with liberals implying people are gay as though that would be a bad thing. I guess it’s OK to be homophobic when you’re a liberal.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Anonymostly, you have never indicated here on LS what your gender is, so we must guess. Is Anonymostly a boy’s name, or a girl’s name?

  28. Anonymous says:

    Anonymostly November 3, 2012 at 10:37 PM – “Oh, yeah, the WMD canard.”

    It’s better than your method of denying the truth and spreading lies.

  29. Macdaddy says:

    How come Nanny Bloomberg made zero preparations for this hurricane? Katrina was 7 years ago. Lessons were taught. Irene was 1 year ago. Lessons were taught. And still, Bloomberg did nothing but talk about how bad global warming is. FEMA is under Obama’s command. Irene was a year ago. Nobody thought, “hmmm, maybe we should spitball what would happen if 7 million people were without power and water”? “Maybe we should make some preparations so we don’t run out of water 3 days in.” Liberals talk a good game, but they absolutely suck at delivering. Obama is all talk. Bloomberg is all talk. The media is all silent.

  30. Macdaddy says:

    Oh, one last thing. Hurricane Hugo hit Charleston at high tide during a full moon over 20 years ago. The results weren’t pretty. None of this is a surprise yet government officials always seem to get caught off guard. Always.

  31. RWP says:

    For at least 50 years we’ve known a major hurricane heading up NY Harbor would have catastrophic consequences. We knew pretty much what Sandy was going to do two weeks in advance. There was no advance planning, and precious little response.

    London has a major storm barrier on the Thames estuary. Where is New York’s?

  32. RWP says:

    Bloomberg blames climate change because the alternative is to blame the Mayor of New York.

    Climate change is his version of ‘Bush’s fault’. With statists, there’s never any personal accountability.

    Worst part of it is, a lot of you suckers buy into it.

  33. Lil Mac says:

    Here is one last bone to chew on before we head into Election Day…

    Professor Condi Rice, PhD, endorsed Sen. Deb Fischer, BS. On the other side, “Professor” Hagel, BA, endorsed “University President” Bob Kerrey, BS. These two guys who pretend to be top academics and get paid by universities (until Bob’s fired him for being stupid) each have barely enough college to teach high school.

    On the national scene, we have Biden’s infamous stupidity and plagiarism, plus Obama who wouldn’t have sealed his transcripts if they concealed “A”s. Conversely, Ryan isn’t bragging about his BA in Poly Sci/Econ that helped him become Congress’ top budget guy. And Romney never mentions earning top honors at Harvard Business School AND Harvard Law School at the same time. Democrat Professors at Harvard admit Romney is brilliant.

    So what is going on here? Kerrey and Hagel wear medals they’d never allow non-combat veterans to wear, and rightly so, for medals are measures of special achievement in war. But so too are masters and doctorate degrees measures of special achievement in academia. Bob and Chuck both wear unearned “medals” of academia, as they drag around fake honorary degrees and titles and work at colleges. But wearing a mortar board didn’t turn band leader Kay Kaiser a real professor.

    When we look at Bob, Chuck, Barry, and Joe, the common thread among these egotists is that each embraces the Democrat way of expedient words over deeds, in what amounts to posing to build a façade of unearned credibility, which is very Obama-like.

    People who are genuinely brilliant and accomplished don’t need to brag. Fischer worked too hard finishing her degree as a mom to denigrate it by inflating her bona fides. Ryan isn’t calling himself Prof. Yet here in Nebraska, we have academically undistinguished Kerrey and Hagel both acting like a pompous pair of Profs from Hogwarts.

    Those attracted to Kerrey and Obama value compassionate posturing over leaders actually having brains. Sort of explains a lot, doesn’t it? Dems aren’t evil. They are stupid. Stupid will kill you faster.

  34. Anonymous says:

    Lil Mac, you just put on a very fine display of your own stupidity by lumping all Democrats into one group and then labeling them stupid. There are smart people on both sides of the political aisle, and then there are fools like you.

  35. @ Anon #41, your self-righteous indignation will be duly noted the next time a Democrat labels Republicans as dumb. No doubt, you’ll be back to jump all over such a blanket statement in 30 minutes or less.

  36. Goober Natorial says:

    Kinda ironic, this Democrat Senate campaign. Back in Feb when Bob jumped in the race and Republicans were calling him a carpet bagger, the typical Dem response was, “oh yeah? Well, what about Chuck Hagel? He’s a carpet bagger too.”

    Now look what’s happened. The one carpet bagger has obtained an endorsement from the other. Funny thing is Nebraska Republicans don’t like either one, so Hagel calling himself a Republican in the Kerrey ads won’t win Kerrey any conservative crossover votes. He’ll get the 35% of Nebraskans who vote Democrat no matter what, plus a smattering of independents. But the sum of the two won’t be enough to win him the race.

  37. Anonymous says:

    Grundle King, Evidently you believe that misery must love company, so you jumped right in there with Lil Mac to show him that you too are asstupid, or perhaps even more so, than he is. That was so very kind of you.

  38. Anonymostly says:

    Anonymous November 5, 2012 at 12:38 PM

    Grundle King, Evidently you believe that misery must love company, so you jumped right in there with Lil Mac to show him that you too are asstupid, or perhaps even more so, than he is. That was so very kind of you.

    When arguments fail, there’s always insults, I guess. That’s pretty much the typical libtard playbook on this blog: “I don’t like what you said but I can’t think of any way to refute it, so I’m going to call you stupid.”

  39. Anonymostly says:

    Wow. No IO sightings since the evening of Nov 2 when I asked her to back up some of her assertions with some facts. She’s been oddly silent ever since. I merely expected her to ignore my questions yet again but, instead, she’s just stopped posting altogether. I hope everything is OK with her cattle that she goes out to check every day.

  40. Anonymostly says:

    I think she might be in Branson, MO right now. Dorothy Lord, the lady from the Kerrey ad, runs a tour company that was in Taos, NM the last time IO went silent for a few days. Right now, they’re on a tour of Branson. Nov 4-9. They’ll be gone over election day, which means IO won’t be on here to eat crow when Fischer kicks Kerrey’s rear tomorrow.

    OH, and BIG NEWS!!!! CNN shows a virtual dead heat between Obama and Romney just before election day. Of course, they only sampled 693 “likely voters” of which 41% self-identified as Democrats and 30% self-identified as Republicans. So, Dems +11 sample bias. Anyone want to bet on whether Dems turn out at a rate +11% over Republicans?

  41. Macdaddy says:

    I think they are trying to set up a story about how Romney stole the election. Sells more ads if there is controversy. Get some riots going and cha-ching!

  42. Goober Natorial says:

    Well, New York might be late voting, but it might be irrelevant. The electoral vote spread might be big enough that even New York’s electoral votes won’t be big enough to close the gap and swing the race for Obama.

  43. Anonymous says:

    Anonymostly:
    When arguments fail, there’s always insults, I guess. That’s pretty much the typical libtard playbook on this blog.
    Self-awareness is not your strong point. Hypocrisy is.

  44. Anonymostly says:

    No, I blend insults WITH refutation, not in lieu thereof.

    I MAKE arguments; I RECEIVE insults in reply; I RESPOND in kind. I’m not afraid to mix it up with you liberal a-holes. I’ve given up trying to engage in reasonable political discussion with liberals. It’s fruitless. Facts are not on their side and I think they know it. Either that or their knowledge of issues is so shallow that they have no ability to engage in rejoinder so instead they resort to insults.

    Witness the exchange above wherein I talked specifically and factually about all the problems we face in the middle east and I quote in its entirety the response I received in reply:

    Anonymous November 4, 2012 at 3:43 PM

    Anonymostly November 3, 2012 at 10:37 PM – “Oh, yeah, the WMD canard.”

    It’s better than your method of denying the truth and spreading lies.

  45. Anonymous says:

    The reason some respond back to you and others with insults is due to frustration. Not because of your superior arguments, but because of your utter stubbornness when it comes to facts. You don’t believe in them unless they confirm your worldview.

  46. Anonymostly says:

    Yet not a single response disputing all the many factual statements that I made concerning the situation in the middle east. You say my arguments aren’t superior, yet you cannot refute them. Strange.

  47. Anonymous says:

    Anonymostly, It isn’t that no one can refute your blathering bullshit, it is just that they refuse to waste their time on you.

  48. Helomech says:

    Was wondering, as I am sure the posters here on LS are much smarter than me, would it have been possible for Deb Fischer to release her attorney from attorney-client privilege in order to remark on the intent of the suit. Seems that she consistently said it all occurred on the advice of her attorney, so why not let him talk? Maybe he could have clarified the intent and made all of this unnecessary or at least his comments, should Deb be telling the truth, would have put the whole matter to rest a long time ago. I know it may be a mute point now, but it is something that just made me wonder.

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