Wednesday, October 27, 2010

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Union Boss Says Tea Party Advocates “Slavery” 'smell of frying bacon offends Muslims' Idiot: WH's Jarrett: "We Completely Understand" Anger At Bush" Fox News signs Juan Williams to new $2 million deal


CWA Union Boss Says Tea Party Advocates “Slavery” - Red State

Just when you thought the left-wing race baiting over the last year couldn’t get any worse, the Communications Workers of America chief honcho Larry Cohen has sunk to new depths attacking those who do not agree with his socialist agenda.
On Wednesday, the NAACP, in continuing its unfounded “racist” accusations of the Tea Party movement, had a conference call on which the CWA President participated.
According to Big Journalism writer Niger Innis, after the NAACP’s Ben Jealous continued his normal the-tea-parties-are-racist-harangue, his little buddy at the CWA threw the rhetorical grenade out on the call:
The most illuminating part of the call came when “progressive” ally, Larry Cohen of the CWA (Communication Workers of America) revealed the real agenda of the attacks on the Tea Party by the Left, “We disagree with the agenda of the tea party Movement… They advocate slavery,” and this classic gem, “We don’t need 19th century capitalism.”
The Washington Post’s Dana Milibank also wrote about the conference call:
On the conference call, Communications Workers of America President Larry Cohen tried to make the case that the Tea Party’s economic policies, too, are evidence of “hate” in the ranks. “It’s an economic agenda that is hateful against workers,” he reasoned. “Most of the proponents that we’re talking about in this report also renounce things like minimum wage and collective bargaining rights…. Whether it’s glorifying slavery or glorifying a managerial system where workers have no voice, the Tea Party is a throwback.”
Slavery? Really, Larry?
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Cafe owner ordered to remove extractor fan because neighbour claimed 'smell of frying bacon offends Muslims'
A hard-working cafe owner has been ordered to tear down an extractor fan - because the smell of her frying bacon 'offends' Muslims.
Planning bosses acted against Beverley Akciecek, 49, after being told her next-door neighbour's Muslim friends had felt 'physically sick' due to the 'foul odour'.

Councillors at Stockport Council in Greater Manchester say the smell from the fan is 'unacceptable on the grounds of residential amenity'.
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Ok this must be STUPID DAY!

WH's Jarrett: "We Completely Understand" Anger At Bush - Real Clear Politics

"The fact is that people are frustrated and angry, we completely understand because of what happened before the president [Obama] came in and so it's going to take some time," senior Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett told CNN.
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When in doubt, regulate! The Obama administration will propose the first-ever greenhouse gas emission limits for heavy trucks and buses next week.

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Dems Try to Revive Female Voters' Enthusiasm - Cooper and Davey, NYT

Dr. Obama Has Misdiagnosed Peasantry's Ills - Charles Krauthammer, IBD

Who's Going to Vote This Year? - Sean Trende, RealClearPolitics

Tea Party Movement Saved the GOP - Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal

ObamaCare's Unkeepable Promises - Milton Wolf, Washington Times

NPR's Taxpayer-Funded Intolerance - Emilio Dabul, Wall Street Journal

NPR Trying to Protect Civil Editorial Discourse - David Hinckley, NYDN

Stimulus Versus Austerity - Los Angeles Times

NPR's Hasty Decision - Washington Post

Let NPR Pay Its Own Way - National Review

Surprise: Fox News signs Juan Williams to new $2 million deal - Hot Air

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NPR CEO: Juan Williams’s views of Muslims should be between him and his shrink; CEO: “I spoke hastily”

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Democrat Congressman: 24 years in military not public service- Hot Air

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NPR's World of Make-Believe - The American Spectator

The great institutions of the political left -- government, academia, and the arts -- are realms of fantasy and self-delusion. They exist to provide a refuge from -- or a tool with which to reshape -- reality. They are massive, expanding universes of make-believe. This week, NPR news analyst Juan Williams -- a man who spent his entire career dealing in facts -- found himself a victim of the creeping ether of fantasy generated by these institutions.

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Woman seeks 'Christian roommate,' state cites her for discrimination - WND
Michigan alleges notice posted on church billboard breaks rules

A single, 31-year-old woman in Michigan who posted a note on her church bulletin board seeking a "Christian roommate" to share her residence has been cited by the state for violating the Fair Housing Act by discriminating against those of other faiths.

The complaint signed by Tyra Khan, a "Civil Rights Representative" of the state of Michigan Department of Civil Rights, surfaced when the Alliance Defense Fund announced today it was representing the woman.

ADF spokesman Joel Oster confirmed the organization sent a letter to the state explaining that such housing rules don't apply to people living in their own homes and wanting to share their resources.

"[Tricia] is a single lady looking for a roommate. She is not a landlord. She does not own a management company. She does not run an apartment complex. She is a single person seeking to have a roommate live with her in her house," the letter said.

"She is not prohibited by either federal law or state law from seeking a Christian roommate. Neither Title VII of the US Fair Housing Civil Rights Act of 1968 nor the Elliot Larsen Civil Rights Act No. 453 prevents a woman like [her] from seeking a Christian roommate."

Gotta take a break... all of this crazy shit is giving me a headache!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Black neighbours don’t appreciate newcomer and her confederate flag, Juan Williams Gets Axed By NPR, NAACP: Tea party gives 'racists' platform, Soros-Funded Documentary Embraces Left-Wing Terrorists Who Plotted To Kill Republicans


Black neighbours don’t appreciate newcomer and her confederate flag

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. – Annie Chambers Caddell, whose ancestors fought in the Civil War, insists theConfederate flag flying over her home is an important reminder of her heritage. But for her neigbors in this tree-shrouded, historically black neighborhood, it’s an unpleasant reminder of a by-gone era they’d rather not see every time they pass by her house.

Caddell, who is white, moved into the Brownsville neighborhood in June and began flying the flag about a month later. Since then, more than 200 residents signed a protest petition, and now neighbors plan to march Saturday along the street in front of Caddell’s house.

“My first reaction was they are going to do what they think they need to do,” said Caddell, 50. “My second reaction was I’m not going to be here.”

Caddell plans to be on nearby James Island on Saturday for the wedding of a friend who is black. She tearfully told the town council earlier this week that she is not racist.

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Juan Williams Gets Axed By NPR - Just A Conservative Girl

Juan Williams was officially let go by NPR on Wednesday night due to comments he made on the O'Reilly Factor on Monday night's show. Juan and Bill were discussing the dust up on The View over his comments on Muslim terrorists.

Juan and Bill said the following:

“The cold truth is that in the world today jihad, aided and abetted by some Muslim nations, is the biggest threat on the planet.”
“I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot. You know the kind of books I’ve written about the civil rights movement in this country. But when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.”
CAIR took offense to this exchange. They told NPR to jump and they complied.

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NAACP: Tea party gives 'racists' platform
The NAACP is accusing the tea party movement of providing a platform for “anti-Semites, racists and bigots.”

“The Tea Party movement has unleashed a still inchoate political movement who are in their numerical majority, angry middle-class white people who believe their country, their nation, has been taken from them,” reads the report, posted Wednesday on a National Association for the Advancement of Colored People-sponsored website, Tea Party Nationalism.

The movement is “permeated with concerns about race,” the report finds, and has “given platform to anti-Semites, racists and bigots.”

NAACP commissioned Leonard Zeskind and Devin Burghart of the Institute for Research & Education on Human Rights to write the study. The website seemed to be struggling to handle traffic was crashing frequently early Wednesday afternoon.

The report includes numerous pictures of signs at tea party rallies using racial rhetoric. It also uses maps and other data to show the growth of the movement – though one map cites Wikipedia as its source of information.

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Soros-Funded Documentary Embraces Left-Wing Terrorists Who Plotted To Kill Republicans - Big Hollywood

Radical philanthropist George Soros is bankrolling a documentary that celebrates left-wing terrorists who plotted to napalm Republicans at the 2008 GOP convention in Minnesota. Even worse, you too are bankrolling the film through your taxes.

You can be sure that if right-wing terrorists were plotting to attack the Democratic National Convention, whoever foiled that conspiracy would be immortalized in film, literature and song as a savior of democracy.

Governor Palin Deflates Maureen 'O'Dowd's' Ego, Obama: King of the 'Myths', If Dems lose, Obama will blame everyone but himself

Governor Palin Deflates Maureen 'O'Dowd's' Ego - Conservatives For Palin

For those who missed it, increasingly irrelevant NY Times "columnist" (I'm being charitable) Maureen Dowd let loose with a particularly incoherent screed on Sunday. I realize that equating Dowd's columns with the adjective "incoherence" is not exactly news, but this latest rant was notably fatuous even by Dowd's already low standards. Basically she tried to make the case that the slew of strong, conservative women running for office in 2010, led by "Queen Bee Sarah", are nothing more than a bunch of mean high school cheerleaders or something who would gladly steal your boyfriend, pee in your corn flakes, burn your house down, or whatever. I won't try to summarize it further but, if you're interested, Dana Perino and Kyle-Anne Shiver both did an excellent job of methodically taking apart Dowd's childish tirade.

Gallup Finds that Governor Palin's Endorsement is Stronger than Obama's Endorsement Among Registered Voters

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Obama: King of the 'Myths' - Human Events

I guess it’s fitting that Barack Obama is slated to make a cameo appearance on the Discovery Channel’s, “MythBusters.” All the brother’s campaign promises have been replete with myth after myth. Like the promise to get our fiscal house in order. Like the promise to drive down healthcare premiums. Like the promise that the “stimulus” bill would re-ignite a damaged economy. Like the promise that he would transcend petty politics and bring all Americans together. Like the promise that he wouldn’t tax families making less than $250,000. Oh, and like the promise that his presidency would transform the political landscape for good.

And then on the seventh day, Barack Obama rested.

But this is the “myth” President, one who fed and continues to feed the American people a whopping shinola sandwich.

If I may, here’s a suggestion for the Discovery Channel hosts, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman: While you have Dear Leader’s captivated attention, how about you ask him to explain these six myths?

Myth 1: Reigning in out-of-control spending...

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If Dems lose, Obama will blame everyone but himself - Washington Examiner
Assume the polls are correct and Republicans win control of the House, and perhaps even the Senate, in next month's elections. What lessons will the White House learn? Will Barack Obama interpret the vote as a repudiation of much of his agenda, or will he conclude that he made a few tactical errors but was still right on the big issues?
Bet on the latter. All indications coming out of the White House suggest that if Democrats suffer major losses, the president and his top aides will resolutely refuse to reconsider the policies -- national health care, stimulus, runaway spending -- that led to their defeat. Instead, they will point fingers in virtually every direction other than their own. Come November, it's likely the D-for-Democrat that the president refers to so often will actually stand for "denial."
The White House has given us plenty of clues in recent days as to how Obama will react to a possible Democratic drubbing at the polls.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Return Of Black Republicans, The Adversary President: Obama vs. America, The Disturbing Truth About Nancy Pelosi, Desperate Democrat Distractions, Christine O’Donnell


The Return Of Black Republicans To The House: 3 Races To Watch - Townhall/ Right Wing News
By John Hawkins

There are a lot of "themes" to this election. The year of the Republican woman. The Tea Party vs. the elitists. The conservative grassroots vs. the establishment Republicans. Small government conservatives vs. big government Democrats. The American people vs. liberalism. However, there's one mini-trend that has been largely overlooked: There were a surprising number of black Republican candidates running this year. Initially, there were 32 candidates in the hunt, which was the largest field of black Republicans running for the House since Reconstruction. However, many of those candidates lost their primaries and so now we're down to 14 candidates.

Still, this wasn't supposed to happen. After all, we have the first black President in the White House and he's a Democrat. Moreover, he has a 90% approval rating with black Americans and there doesn't seem to be a Democrat in this country who can string together more than 4-5 sentences at a time without claiming Republicans hate black Americans. Nevertheless, we're about to see the first black Republicans in the House since J.C. Watts retired back in 2003.

That's no small matter and if Republicans are smart, they'll keep building on that momentum. Colin Powell and Condi Rice rose to prominence under the Bush administration. Pundits like Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Star Parker, and Larry Elder have made a name for themselves in the conservative movement. Back in 2006, rather famously, we had Lynn Swann, Michael Steele, and Ken Blackwell running for office. Now, we've got Michael Steele as the RNC Chair and we have more black Republicans about to be elected to Congress.
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Interview with Rochelle Schweizer on “The Disturbing Truth About Nancy Pelosi”

Once Obama got in the White House and they started overextending, I think that’s where she got into trouble.

With midterm elections less than three weeks away, a blockbuster new book has come out on Speaker Nancy Pelosi, which to no one’s surprise is being ignored by the mainstream media. Recent polls have shown that the nation is not too happy with Speaker Pelosi, which could lead to dramatic changes in the new Congress that will convene in January. The most recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows that Pelosi is viewed very positive or somewhat positive by only 22% of the respondents, while 50% view her negatively or very negatively.

According to another poll, published in The Hill newspaper, “Most voters think Congress’s ethics have gotten worse in the past two years,” in a poll taken in what are considered the key battleground districts.

“The finding suggests that people likely to have a big say in who controls the House in the next Congress believe that Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has failed to keep her 2006 promise to ‘drain the swamp’ of congressional corruption.”

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Desperate Democrat Distractions- The American Spectator

Never mind the facts. It's an election year, and Democrats desperate to distract voters from their own party's policy failures aren't going to let truth stand in their way, so that a small business owner running for a state legislature seat is portrayed as an "outsider" pursuing a hidden agenda behalf of a "Washington D.C. special interest."
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Obama Strips the 'Creator' from Declaration of Independence -- Again

Barack Obama may avoid Sikh temple on Asia visit over fears of being branded a Muslim
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The Adversary President: Obama vs. America- Human Events

As we approach the November elections after two years of the Obama presidency, oddly enough, a burning question is still, “Who Is Barack Obama?”

That question was the title of a Richard Cohen column, but practically since Obama’s first day in office, the public has been asking, Is he a socialist? A Marxist? Anti-American? Anti-colonialist? (the last term suggested in Dinesh D’Souza’s new book The Roots of Obama’s Rage).

But there is one category that encompasses all of the above—and reveals how serious the diagnosis is.

The category Obama fits best is what scholars call the “adversary culture.” Coined by literary critic Lionel Trilling, the term describes intellectuals and artists who feel alienated from Western society and hostile to its fundamental features.

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Newsflash: O’Donnell Doesn’t Know Very Much- American Conservative

It is hardly news that Christine O’Donnell is a talking head with dreams of being a television celebrity, so I’m not sure that it proves much of anything when she demonstrates that she doesn’t know much about the amendments to the Constitution.
Andrew focused on her apparent ignorance of the First Amendment near the end of the video, but I thought the far more telling moment was when she asked her questioner to explain to her what the 14th and 16th Amendments were. Actual constitutionalists have at least some basic familiarity with these, not least since they tend to see these amendments and later interpretations of the 14th Amendment as having been particularly damaging to republican self-government. Based on her responses, O’Donnell not only doesn’t agree with them, but she wouldn’t even be conversant with the relevant arguments.
So we can confirm what a lot of people already knew:
Christine O’Donnell is a professional political activist who has no real grounding in the fundamental law she has been repeatedly invoking as the core of her beliefs during this campaign season, and as far as respecting the Constitution is concerned she is simply a phony. Anyone on the right who wants to keep defending her as anything else is wasting his time and embarrassing himself.
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O'Donnell Bests Coons on First Amendment
Wouldn't we rather have a candidate like O'Donnell, who understands the Constitution's underlying principles, even if she confuses its actual text? Or is it better to have a candidate like Coons who has memorized the Constitution, but completely misconstrues its actual meaning?
Ok folks let me just say remember I post stuff that I happen to find interesting to me on a given day. Personally I don’t think very highly of O'Donnell because she is becoming what I deem is a growing and disturbing trend in the Republican Party the anointing of “political celebrities.” I don’t want “celebrities” populating the GOP because this is the very reason why I fell out of favor with Sarah Palin.
Before anyone ever even knew who Palin was and this includes my boss who is a long time political insider in the GOP. I’m the one who guaranteed him that Palin would be the GOP VP nominee one month before McCain picked her, he had never even heard of her when I made the statement.
I watched Palin extensively in congressional hearings and on a number of interviews. Palin was someone with conviction and stood on political principals and she did not speak using bullshit right wing catch phrases nor did she wink at the cameras because it was not necessary. Her looks did not get in the way of her intelligence. Political handlers spin doctors and media consultants destroyed Palin’s image in my opinion.
Now I’m not saying that Palin can’t be a viable presidential candidate, however I don’t believe that Palin will ever be taken seriously by those like myself who value substance over style.
O'Donnell is Palin lite… frankly she does not come off as particularly bright. I simply don’t feel that she is a person of conviction or particularly intellectually sound.
This is why you have such contrast in opinions amongst right wing pundits.
Let’s get real, she won’t win Delaware, all she can really be is a major financial annoyance to the Democrats, so that does make her somewhat useful.
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Christine O'Donnell is an original Know Nothing- Irish Central

Christine O'Donnell, Delaware GOP candidate for the Senate, yesterday startled a Widener law school audience by frankly asking where in the constitution is the separation of church and state?

The Tea Party candidate inspired horrified gasps and laughter from the law school audience as it became apparent she appeared not to know that the First Amendment calls for barring the government from establishing religion.

When her opponent for Chris Coons responded that the First Amendment bars Congress from making laws respecting the establishment of religion, O'Donnell asked: "You're telling me that's in the First Amendment?"



Meghan McCain v. Christine O'Donnell: Catfight Hurting the Right

Christine O'Donnell, Tea Party Senate hopeful, doesn't believe in the separation of church and state - NY Daily News

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Maureen Dowd: Aggressive Female Politicians are Mean, Using the Word ‘Whore’ is Not, The View: Progressive Censorship on Display, America is over if Obamunism is not stopped!

An Obama Endorsement – A Breath of Life or a Kiss of Death?

On a list of six prominent Democratic and Republican politicians, voters rank President Obama as the one who carries the most weight – positively and negatively – when it comes to an endorsement.

According to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey, 29% of Likely Voters say an endorsement from the president is the one most likely to make them vote for a candidate.

But even more (45%) say Obama is the politician who makes them least likely to vote for a candidate he endorses.

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ObamaCare forces Boeing to reduce coverage for employees - Hot Air
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Obama adds $3 trillion to national debt in less than 2 years - Hot Air
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ObamaCare Is Already Costing Americans - Townhall
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Socialist Pelosi: We Need To Address “Fairness” Of “Ownership and Equity” In the US (Video)- Gateway Pundit

In her latest stunning declaration, San Francisco socialist Nancy Pelosi told the Steelworkers Union on Monday, that we need to address the disparity in “ownership and equity” in the United States.
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Maureen Dowd: Aggressive Female Politicians are Mean, Using the Word ‘Whore’ is Not- Big Hollywood
For Dowd, these new “Republican Mean Girls,” are angry, aggressive women who are angry and aggressive. And mean.

Why not just call them bitches?

Anyway, to the irony. Here Mo laments the evils of smearing women – right before doing essentially the same thing. In a way, she becomes that cliched head cheerleader who always supports the loutish jock. “You better leave him alone, or I’ll say you banged the gym teacher under the grandstands!”

Funny thing is – I did. I always did.

But Dowd’s biggest blind spot? She writes this column only a week after Meg Whitman was called a whore -and – after the California NOW chief said “whore” was an apt description.

But none of that made her column.

Odd.

So, how is calling a lady a whore not seen as mean, but Sharon Angle asking Harry Reid to “man up,” is? I’d ask for an explanation, but that might be too mean.

It’s also just too funny seeing Dowd go after Angle for being aggressive in a debate. It’s what you do in a debate, sister.

But maybe Mo thinks Reid can’t defend himself, or that a debate is just no place for chicks.

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Old article I remembered...

“New York Times Barbie”: Andrew Breitbart On Maureen Dowd’s Assault On Sarah Palin

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The View: Progressive Censorship on Display - Big Journalism
by James Hudnall

While I’m not one to care what some over-paid harridans think (see Maureen Dowd), you have to admit the recent episode of the View, where Fox’s Bill O’Reilly got into a shouting match with the show’s two more extreme harpies was amusing to watch. It’s also very instructive on how the so called progressives… uh… think. Or should I say, operate. Progressives do not like open debate. They have an agenda, and anything at variance with that agenda must be shut down at all costs. When screeching and hollering didn’t work, the two co-hosts, Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar, stormed off the set in outrage when O’Reilly dared suggest that Muslims attacked us on 9/11.
What seemed like immature grandstanding on their part was a perfect example of how the left tries to stonewall any argument it doesn’t like. Not willing or able to provide actual intelligent and rational arguments of their own, the two women exited the stage.
Barbara Walters showed she was closer to a true liberal by telling the audience that what just happened was wrong and shouldn’t never occur on their show. It’s a talk show, after all. And as hosts, they should show some measure of respect to their guests. It seems the View’s history of crank hosts is still going strong.

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Imam Rauf, Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar: the truth is offensive - Flopping Aces

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America is over if Obamunism is not stopped.

Via Moonbattery


Democrats’ Countrywide scandal, See what Obama is receiving for throwing some dead presidents at a bunch of sycophant Negro writers, editors and bloggers... Did You Know Obama Cut Taxes You Idiots!?! Just How Lousy Is the Economic Recovery? Some of you look a little more Asian to me” Shocking: Muslims Allowed to Beat Their Wives

The Democrats’ Countrywide scandal: Shhhhhh - Michelle Malkin


Blink and you probably missed it. In yet another classic Friday news dump, Countrywide junk mortgage mogul and Democrat crony Angelo Mozilo copped a $67.5 million plea to avert a high-stakes public trial in the heat of the midterm election season.

Guess who’s pitching in a nice chuck of the settlement?
You.

He and his henchmen admitted no wrongdoing:

In case you forgot: DEMOCRAT Sen. Dodd Took Up to Six VIP Countrywide Loans, Says Oversight Committee


Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-CT) received up to six sweetheart home loans from Countrywide Financial, even though he has only publicly admitted to accepting two special deals, The Wall Street Journal reported .

The revelations were brought to light by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, raising questions about a previous Senate ethics committee investigation into Dodd’s dealings with Countrywide that just disclosed information about two of the loans.

In 2008, Dodd was accused of accepting two very favorable home loans in 2003 from Countrywide Financial CEO Angelo Mozilo, through the bank’s “Friends of Angelo” program. The program offered VIP mortgages to “influential” individuals, like Dodd, a five-term senator and chairman of the Senate Banking Committee.

While Dodd admitted to accepting two favorable home loans from the now-defunct Countrywide, he said he did not believe the dealings were improper or in violation of Senate ethics rules.

But Countrywide loan officer Robert Feinberg said that Dodd knew he was receiving preferential treatment from the bank. “People are referred into that [‘Friends of Angelo’] department as ‘very important people.’ You're told that your loan is priced from Angelo…[the department] has to give them a sense of importance and explain the reduction of fees and the rate as a result of being a ‘Friend of Angelo’,” Feinberg told the Wall Street Journal on Oct. 10, 2008.
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Journal-isms: Obama Courts Black Journalists, Bloggers. Democrats Budget $3 Million to Reach African Americans.

I posted this link several days ago… So what is Obama receiving for throwing some dead presidents at a bunch of sycophant Negro writers, editors and bloggers?


Below are a few links… Trying to convince Negros (who don’t watch Meet The Press) that Obama actually cut taxes… he tried to “stimulate” the economy. Those mean racist old white bastard Republicans and those Tea Party rednecks are lying to you and are angry for nothing!

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Obama: Dems can win if voters can tune out attacks the truth
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama said Friday that Democrats can prevail in next month's midterm elections if voters focus on what he and his party have accomplished -- rather than on the flood of attack ads from special-interest organizations enabled by the Supreme Court.

"It is the unwritten story of this election," Obama told members of the Trotter Group, an organization of black columnists, in an exclusive interview at the White House. "It is having a huge influence across the country, and it's probably our biggest challenge right now. And it's the direct result of a Supreme Court opinion called Citizens United that passed in the last session.

"So don't let anybody ever tell you that the Supreme Court doesn't matter, because here's a direct example of what I consider to be a profoundly faulty Supreme Court decision (that) has opened the floodgates to special-interest money, undisclosed."
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Circled: Writer of this article…

What's at stake in midterm elections - USA Today

By DeWayne Wickham
WASHINGTON — As I watched Barack Obama walk alone across the south lawn of the White House to his waiting helicopter, I had something of a political awakening.
It was in that moment, following the president's one-hour meeting with me and nine other black columnists, that I understood the campaign strategy Republicans have cleverly crafted and their Democratic counterparts are struggling to counter. For the GOP, the central issue of the midterm elections is Obama.

It didn't start out that way. Early on, the Republicans' strategy was to avoid any mention of the president as they probed the political landscape for vulnerable House and Senate Democrats whose defeat would put control of the Congress in Republican hands. Back then, Obama's job approval rating was high and most Americans thought the nation was headed in the right direction.

But after months of withering, right-wing attacks on the Obama-led efforts to bail the nation out of the economic mess that took root when Republicans controlled the White House and Congress, and a nagging concern about broken promises among elements of Obama's political base, Republicans are using the president's declining popularity to rally support for GOP congressional candidates.

They are buoyed in this effort by those on the rabid fringe of the right wing who chant: "I want my country back," as if slaves have taken over the plantation. And they are financed to a great degree by right-wing donors who pour money — much of it untraceable — into the GOP coffers.

"If the election is posed as a choice between Republican policies that got us into this mess and (my) policies that are getting us out of this mess, then I think we can do very well," Obama said during his meeting with members of The Trotter Group, an organization of black columnists. "And, frankly, I would feel very confident about our position right now if it weren't for the fact that these third-party independent groups, funded by corporate special interests and run by GOP operatives, without disclosing where that money is coming from, are outspending our candidates" by big margins.


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Most Americans Don't Know Obama Cut Taxes - NY Times
Less than one in ten respondents in a recent New York Times poll were aware that their taxes had been cut by the Obama administration. Even worse: a third of the people polled thought their taxes had gone up. In truth, taxes were cut for 95 percent of working Americans -- and a conscious decision was made to withold less tax money from paychecks instead of sending out rebate checks, like the Bush Administration did. The idea was that people were more likely to spend a lump sum check, but getting a little more money (an average of about $65 a month) in each paycheck would encourage saving. The decision may have been costly. Come voting time, you kind of need people to notice that you helped them save some money. To make matters worse, many people were making less money anyway because of the economy, and 30 state governments increased taxes. Even though there was no publicity, the Obama administration still thinks reducing witholding was a good idea and will continue it next year. “In retrospect, we think that judgment was right,” Jason Furman, Deputy Director of the National Economic Council told The New York Times. “It’s harder to predict what’s good for politics. Ultimately, the best thing for politics is going to be helping the economy.”

Little-known fact: Obama has CUT taxes- Atlanta Journal-Constitution
By Cynthia Tucker

If you’re going to blame the president for your economic misery, then you ought to at least have your facts right.

The Obama Tax Cut Nobody Ever Heard Of - Praise Indy

What if a president cut Americans’ income taxes by $116 billion and nobody noticed?

Obama agenda: The tax cut no one remembers - MSNBC

Some dude on Twitter...

The Unknown Tax Cut (NYT): http://goo.gl/Xnjq - most ppl don't realize Obama has cut taxes - major marketing problem for Dems
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Howard Dean says that "elections are no time to educate people."
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Amid Bush Tax Cut Debate, Obama Tax Cut Quietly Nears Expiration - FoxNews.com
September 21, 2010

The Making Work Pay tax credit, Obama's signature tax break in the stimulus package, provides up to $400 to individuals making up to $75,000 and up to $800 to couples making up to $150,000 through adjusted withholding in their paychecks.

Extending the tax cut would cost $60 billion, significantly less than the $3 trillion over 10 years to renew the Bush tax cuts for the middle class or nearly $4 trillion to extend them for everyone.

Obama proposed extending the tax credit in his budget for the next fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1. But that budget is unlikely to get passed, and Congress would need to pass it separately to keep the tax cut from expiring.

"I think it's obviously the worst time for this to expire because these are people who live paycheck-to-paycheck and they would spend the money," said Chuck Marr, the director of federal tax policy at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

Marr said he believes Democrats are not pushing to extend the Obama tax cut because of concerns about the cost. While the Bush tax cuts are more expensive, they are "seen as more embedded," Marr said.

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Bush Tax Cuts Are Now ‘Obama Tax Cuts’ - Sweetness and Light


Top Democratic leaders in the House are discussing using that phrase to rebrand President Obama’s proposed extension of the Bush tax cuts for those making less than $250,000, senior leadership aides tell me.
We thought we were kidding when we wondered how long it would be before extending the Bush tax cuts would be ‘re-gifted’ as the ‘Obama tax cuts.’
But, as usual, even the wildest imagination cannot outdo the Democrats when it comes to shameless chutzpah.
The use of the phrase has the informal support of Nancy Pelosi and Majority Whip James Clyburn, and Pelosi has used the phrase in private meetings, leadership aides tell me. Rank and file House Dems are privately discussing the phrase. Top Senate aides also like the idea.
The concept behind the new phrase, which has been kicked around by liberal bloggers and others, is that calling them the "Bush tax cuts" cedes the rhetorical game to Republicans in advance. It obscures the history here — the GOP built in the sunset of the cuts to begin with, to obscure their true costs.
This, of course is a blatant and despicable lie. The GOP had to pass the Bush tax cuts through reconciliation. (As is the tradition of late, for budgetary items.)
But ten years ago the ‘non-partisan’ Congressional Budget Office would not admit that these tax cuts would cut the deficit, so under the rules of reconciliation the bill had to ‘sunset’ automatically after 10 years.
All of this is in stark distinction to the recent passage of Obama-care via reconciliation, which the CBO blatantly lied in claiming that it would cut the deficit, so that it would have no such ‘sunset provision.’
If we had an honest CBO, the Bush tax cuts would still be the law of the land, and we would be calling Mr. Obama’s plan a tax hike on the small business class – which is exactly what it is.
The new formulation would also do a better job of highlighting the fact that Obama is willing to extend tax cuts for the middle class now, while Republicans insist on linking that extension to one for the rich, a key distinction in the debate

Isn’t it wonderfully kind of Mr. Obama to not raise taxes on the middle class?

And aren’t those Republicans evil for wanting the people who actually hire the middle class to be able to keep doing so.
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Just How Lousy Is the Economic Recovery?

It's become conventional wisdom that the country has come through the worst recession since the Great Depression. President Obama has repeatedly made this claim -- during his campaign, just before his inauguration, at a town hall meeting this September, and many times in between. Lots of commentators have as well -- and, indeed, the term Great Recession is quickly becoming the accepted name for the 2007-09 downturn.

What is crystal clear, however, is that we are in the midst of the most pathetic economic recovery since the Great Depression. As John Lott put it recently: "The only records being broken are for the stubbornly slow recovery."
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The NAACP's "study" on racism within the Tea Party - Weasel Zippers
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Moral Arguments for Soaking the Rich...

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Angle to Hispanic children: “Some of you look a little more Asian to me” - Ralston's Flash

As more of the video surfaces from GOP Senate nominee Sharron Angle's meeting last week with Rancho High School's Hispanic kids, the more bizarre it gets. Elsewhere on this blog, I have posted the video of her claiming an infamous still she and Louisiana Sen. David Vitter used in an ad, an incendiary image of Hispanic thugs, may not have been an image of Hispanics. That was nutty enough. But at the same meeting, according to video I have obtained and taken by one of the Hispanic students, she said some of the kids looked more Asian.

Strange? You be the judge.

VIDEO HERE

"So that’s what we want is a secure and sovereign nation and, you know, I don’t know that all of you are Latino. Some of you look a little more Asian to me. I don’t know that. [Note: it's the Hispanic Student Union. The whole room is Hispanic teenagers.] What we know, what we know about ourselves is that we are a melting pot in this country. My grandchildren are evidence of that. I’m evidence of that. I’ve been called the first Asian legislator in our Nevada State Assembly."

That last comment, about her being called the first Asian legislator? I have no idea what she is talking about

UPDATE: The Angle campaign says she made that remark about being the first Asian legislator because "a reporter thought she looked Asian." OK.

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Moderate UAE: Muslims Allowed to Beat Their Wives and Young Children As Long as They Don't Leave Marks - Atlas Shrugs

The highest judicial body in the United Arab Emirates says a man should be allowed to beat his wife and young children, according to media reports. Certain conditions must apply.

In the moderate Muslim country of the UAE, a man was found guilty of slapping his wife so hard that he damaged her bottom lip and teeth. He also slapped and kicked his 23-year-old daughter, so that she suffered bruises on her hand and knee.
He appealed claiming that even if he had intended to strike his wife and daughter, under Shariah law he had the right to do so.
This needs no comment.

Men ALLOWED to beat their wives and young children (as long as they don't leave any marks), rules UAE court Daily Mail (hat tip Pt C)
Husbands are allowed to beat their wives and children - as long as they don’t leave any physical marks, an Islamic court in the United Arab Emirates has ruled.
The astonishing legal ruling gives all husbands and fathers in the ultra-rich Gulf state the 'right to discipline' female family members if they have first attempted reconciliation.
The judgment was made by one of the UAE’s most senior judges, Chief Justic Falah al Hajeri, who made the ruling in the case of a man fined £85 for slapping his wife and kicking his daughter.

Monday, October 18, 2010

VFW Dissolves ENTIRE VFW-Pac After Boxer Endorsement, Obama: Desperate, Dispirited and Crumbling, Obama administration to press bans on all cell-phone use while driving, Examples of liberal hypocrisy, Obama: Black people not sophisticated enough to watch "Meet The Press"

VFW Dissolves ENTIRE VFW-Pac After Boxer Endorsement



Barbara Boxer is one fo the Code Pink 4 who signed letters for Code Pink activists so they could travel to the Iraqi border to assist extremists during the War in Iraq.
BlackFive is reporting today that the Commander in Chief of the VFW Richard Eubank has dissolved the VFW-Pac after it endorsed Barbara Boxer and a group of far left America-hating liberals.

Here’s the letter

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Desperate, Dispirited and Crumbling - Townhall

Anyone who has been hoping for a change in the tide running with Republicans found themselves swimming upstream after reading yesterday's coverage of the November 2 mid-term elections which are how 15 days away.

Even an article by Ewen MacAskill in the U.K. Guardian article led with: "Barack Obama hit the campaign trail again today in a desperate effort to save Democrats facing a Republican avalanche in next month's mid-term elections."

Who would have thought, two years ago, that President Obama would have so badly mishandled his first two years in office that the word "desperate" would be attached to him in the final weeks of the mid-term season?

The news only got worse.

The Washington Post's chief political writer Dan Balz wrote that, in spite of Democrats' recent attempts to force the national narrative into "We're on the move."

"The two best handicappers, Charlie Cook and Stu Rothenberg, continue to add districts to their lists of competitive seats.

"Rothenberg this week raised the number of potential battlegrounds to an even 100, with 91 now held by the Democrats. Cook pegs the number at 97, with 90 held by Democrats."

Let me just add briefly that I had the opportunity to meet and speak with for a bit a top/long term Washington political writer and he said that “the news for Democrats is as bad as it is being reported.” He did go on to say that the Republicans lost a chance to take the Senate when Christine O'Donnell won her race. Not too much of a surprise I’ve heard as much from several other key political pundits over the past few weeks.

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Obama administration to press bans on all cell-phone use while driving? - Hot Air

We must have solved all our other problems if the Obama administration is aiming at cell-phone use while driving.  In his interview with Bloomberg, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he may push for an all-out ban on the practice, even when conducted by “hands-free” technology, depending on the results of research LaHood is authorizing.  Perhaps he should also research jurisdiction and enforcement as well (via The Week)

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What If... - Flopping Aces

Examples of liberal hypocrisy...

Video of Obama: Black people not sophisticated enough to watch "Meet The Press"



Can you imagine what would have happened if Bush held a bloggers meeting with only whites?

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Obama’s War, Obama a lot like those Chilean miners, Rescued Miners’ Secrecy Pact Erodes in Spotlight, Cheating Chilean miner has a second mistress, Rescued Chilean Miner Gets Offer From Extramarital Affair Website, Majority Latino cities most corrupt in LA County, Police Move to Stop Citizens From Videotaping Them


Obama’s War - The American Spectator

Afghanistan is often called the "graveyard of empires." It is also Barack Obama's Achilles' heel. He has nobody to blame but himself.

Afghanistan has little strategic value and the war is one of choice rather than necessity. Now, at the end of a wasteful and frustrating decade, our objective is to end the fighting and leave a measure of stability behind. But clarifying even this simple goal seems more than the Obama administration can handle.

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Reid: Obama a lot like those Chilean miners - Hot Air

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Rescued Miners’ Secrecy Pact Erodes in Spotlight

Saying they had signed a pact not to reveal details about their ordeal, the miners have said little since Wednesday’s rescue. But many have made clear that the bidding had begun for their personal accounts, reflecting the complexity behind a feel-good story of hope and perseverance that was always encumbered by the economic challenges faced by Chile’s miners.

On Saturday, in an area of squatter homes in the Juan Pablo Segundo slum of Copiapó, a city about an hour from the mine, reporters milled in front of the home of Carlos Mamani, 24, a Bolivian.

Verónica Quispe, his wife, said they were charging for interviews, even with reporters from Bolivia, where Mr. Mamani is considered a national hero. She said they were traveling there this week to discuss a job offer Mr. Mamani received from President Evo Morales.

“We’re poor — look at the place we live,” Ms. Quispe said, squinting under the desert sun. “You live off our stories, so why can’t we make money from this opportunity to feed our children?”

Miners have asked for as little as $40 and upward of $25,000 for interviews. Some media outlets have offered to fly miners to Japan, Germany or Italy for exclusives. Some reporters who spent weeks living in Camp Hope, the tent village that sprang up when families gravitated to the site, exchanged letters with miners underground and were asked for large sums for interviews once the miners were out.
What I said earlier today... not there yet but....

How much y’all want to be that within a year these dudes are going to be fighting and suing each other over book rights and movie deals and talk show appearances.



Cheating Chilean miner has a second mistress

The rescued Chilean miner dubbed the "Casanova Nurse" after his wife and girlfriend came to blows over him reportedly has a second mistress.

Yonni Barrios, who was the 21st miner out of 33 to be rescued last week, was welcomed on the surface by his mistress, Susana Valenzuela, after his wife of 28 years, Marta Salinas, refused to greet him.

But Ms Valenzuela claimed her 50-year-old boyfriend was also seeing a 25-year-old woman, Rosa Esther, who tried to visit him at the hospital. He was taken there for treatment after spending 69 days trapped underground.

WTF!

Report: Rescued Chilean Miner Gets Offer From Extramarital Affair Website
One of the Chilean miners rescued last week has reportedly gotten a big-money offer from a notorious website that caters to people looking for extramarital affairs.
Fox News reports Yonni Barrios has a 100-thousand-dollar proposal from the website Ashley Madison to be the service's Spanish-speaking spokesman.
As Barrios was awaiting rescue deep in the mine, news surfaced that the miner had both a wife and a girlfriend.
The wife declined to meet Barrios after his rescue, but his mistress was on hand for an emotional reunion.
The proposed contract requires Barrios to remain married to his current wife and to make a variety of appearances on behalf of the website, which has as its motto, "Life is short.
Have an affair."

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Majority Latino cities most corrupt in LA County

A shocking confession by the LA Times. Voter fraud and corruption are the highest in immigrant communities. In other words, central American immigrants are simply bring central American style corruption to American politics.

Earlier this year, angry trash haulers helped mount a recall of two City Council members in Montebello who had voted to award an exclusive waste-hauling contract to a rival company.

Tens of thousands of dollars were spent. Dozens of complaints alleging harassment were filed with police during the campaign. But for all the furor, fewer than 10% of the city’s voting-age population showed up to cast ballots.

The pattern is a familiar one in the small, scandal-plagued cities of southeast Los Angeles County. Whether in Montebello, Bell, Lynwood or almost any of their heavily immigrant, mostly Latino neighboring cities, elections are frequent, intensely fought and decided by tiny fractions of the population. The combination, experts say, contributes to chronic political unrest and opens the way to repeated incidents of corruption.

A Times analysis of voting records found that elections in these cities were more likely to have extremely low turnout than those elsewhere in Los Angeles County.

At the same time, these communities are hotbeds for politicking and electioneering. Even as the vast majority sits on the sidelines, a few political players engage in a frenzy of electoral activities, a merry-go-round of special elections and recalls that sweep many of the same faces — or members of the same families — in and out of office.

These elections are often swiftly followed by allegations of voting fraud, which are investigated by the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office. Of the roughly 160 complaints clearly identified as involving elections in Los Angeles County’s 88 cities in the last decade, roughly one-third involved a dozen southeast cities.

“The danger here is that you have a small group running everything for their own benefit, rather than for the public good,” said Jack Pitney, a professor of government at Claremont McKenna College. “The democracy isn’t very healthy…. Low turnout is an invitation to misconduct.”

Over the last decade, officials in Bell Gardens, Pico Rivera, South Gate, City of Commerce, Lynwood, Vernon, Compton and Huntington Park have been charged with or convicted of crimes such as election fraud and public corruption.

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Police Move to Stop Citizens From Videotaping Them
The Rodney King beating. The Oscar Grant slaying. What do these events have in common? They were videotaped. When you take huge, racially polarizing stories such as these into account, it's pretty obvious why police officers don't want to be taped when they make arrests. But as more and more cell phones and digital cameras come equipped with video recorders, it's becoming harder and harder for police officers to do their jobs without being 100 percent sure they're not being watched. Or taped. But they are fighting back with bans. In Illinois, Maryland and Massachusetts, for instance, videotaping cops is prohibited if it gets in the way of police activity. But citizens, and even one African-American former police officer, Diop Kamau, who has seen how brutal his fellow officers can be, are fighting back just as hard to keep police officers honest. "Video is making victims more credible," Kamau said. "If Rodney King would have tried to tell his story without video, nobody would have believed it."

President Obama No Superman for Schoolchildren, Obama has no clue about entrepreneurship, The owners of an anti-Obama billboard took it down after receiving death threats, Democrats Take in Twice as Much Foreign Money as Republicans, GOP Women Are "Mean Girls"


President Obama No Superman for Schoolchildren - Heritage

You know that guy who steps into a picture at the end of an event, making it look like he was there all along? This week, President Obama tried to pretend he wasn’t late to the party by hosting a photo shoot with the five children featured in the education reform documentary, Waiting for Superman. But while he poses with the five poster children of the reform movement, don’t forget how he left 216 kids just like them out in the cold.
Waiting for Superman takes the viewer through the broken public education system, as these five children—most from low-income communities—fight for a chance at a better education by escaping their failing local public schools.
The President called the documentary “heartbreaking” and “powerful,” according to news sources. However, he has shut the door of opportunity for hundreds of children right in his own backyard.
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Another Year of Trillion-Dollar Deficits

Big Government’s Government Union Firewall

Is the Tea Party a Temporary Fad? - AskHeritage.org

Nearly Half of Pennsylvania Voters Are Worried the Government Will Do Too Much for Economy

70% Say Government Does Not Spend Taxpayer Money Wisely

Dems Didn't Prepare for a Year Like This - Sean Trende

GOP Congress Can Repeal, Replace ObamaCare

Obama's Policies Have Made the Economy Worse - AOL News

Hey Reverend, Racist Language Cuts Both Ways

A seemingly mundane effort to end Florida's notoriously-gerrymandered congressional districts has managed to bring out the worst from a few unhinged opponents. Amendments Five and Six would in theory restore natural boundaries and end the practice of manipulating lines to suit political parties.

Opposition comes from both Republicans (whose own plan was shot down in court) and African-Americans (yet the NAACP SUPPORTS it), with establishment Democrats and Hispanics in favor. The battle lines aren't terribly clear, it's more of a muddled mess as competing factions make grabs for power.



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Oops! New Mexico Politician Says ‘Big Fat Boners’ During Debate

Mr. Steele and the Irrelevant RNC - The Wall Street Journal

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For the Record… Democrats Take in Twice as Much Foreign Money as Republicans - Gateway Pundit

Less than two weeks ago Barack Obama warned that “groups that receive foreign money” are a “threat to our democracy”

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Obama has no clue about entrepreneurship
President Obama has finally admitted that a core premise of his nearly trillion-dollar stimulus package was false. In an interview this week with The New York Times' Peter Baker, the president acknowledged that "there's no such thing as shovel-ready projects," despite the president's near-constant invocation of the term over a two-year period to explain how government spending was going to create jobs.

The president's admission is no minor matter; it goes to the heart of why his economic policies have been such a failure. Not since President Jimmy Carter's confession in 1980 that it took the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan for him to fully understand "what the Soviets' ultimate goals are" has a sitting president so fully exposed his ignorance.

Obama's admission might be refreshing if it meant he would rethink his economic assumptions, but the Baker interview gives no such indication. Instead, the president seems to think his biggest problem has been his failure to communicate his policies effectively.

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The owners of an anti-Obama billboard took it down after receiving death threats

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Maureen Dowd Ridicules GOP Women As 'Mean Girls, Grown-up Versions of Teenage Tormentors' - Newsbusters

New York Times readers were greeted Sunday morning by the American Left's new feminism wherein it's not only acceptable to demean conservative women, it's desirable.

The architect of this truly bizarre neo-feminism, Ms. Maureen Dowd, proudly wrote in her October 17 column, "We are in the era of Republican Mean Girls, grown-up versions of those teenage tormentors who would steal your boyfriend, spray-paint your locker and, just for good measure, spread rumors that you were pregnant":

These women — Jan, Meg, Carly, Sharron, Linda, Michele, Queen Bee Sarah and sweet wannabe Christine — have co-opted and ratcheted up the disgust with the status quo that originally buoyed Barack Obama. Whether they’re mistreating the help or belittling the president’s manhood, making snide comments about a rival’s hair or ripping an opponent for spending money on a men’s fashion show, the Mean Girls have replaced Hope with Spite and Cool with Cold. They are the ideal nihilistic cheerleaders for an angry electorate.