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Thursday, June 30, 2011

If you had any doubt about Time magazine....

this should remove it. 

Time magazine shreds the Constitution.


This is a perfect example highlighting the reality of what a Conservative will have to go through in order to become President. He or she will have to fight twice as hard as the Messiah. Not only to win over the electorate but also short circuit the MSM which is overwhelmingly in his corner. It will be an uphill fight; but certainly a fight worth fighting! I think George and Ben would agree.


Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Bachmann does bit on Comedy Central


Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Have you heard anything about this from the MSM?

 This is like Nixon firing Archibald Cox.  I believe Obama and Holder are complicit in this up to their eyeballs. While the MSM looks the other way I can't help but wonder... does anyone see a story here worth investigating? Think about it folks. Cefalu has worked for the agency for 24 years, all of a sudden he has to turn in his gun and badge?

'Project Gunrunner' Whistleblower Says ATF Sent Him Termination Notice

By Maxim Lott

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is being accused of retaliating against an agent who helped publicize the agency's role in allowing thousands of guns to cross the U.S. border and fall into the hands of Mexican drug gangs.

The agent, Vince Cefalu, who has spoken out about the ATF's so-called "Project Gunrunner" scandal, says he was served with termination papers just last week, and he calls the move politically motivated.

"Aside from Jay Dobyns, I don't know of anyone that's been more vocal about ATF mismanagement than me," said Cefalu, a senior special agent based in Dublin, Calif. "That's why this is happening." Dobyns, an ATF special agent based in Tucson, has appeared several times on Fox News to discuss the scandal.

Cefalu first told about the ATF's embattled anti-gun smuggling operation in December, before the first reports on the story appeared in February. "Simply put, we knowingly let hundreds of guns and dozens of identified bad guys go across the border," Cefalu said at the time.

Since then, Cefalu's claims have been vindicated, as a number of agents with first-hand knowledge of the case came forward. The scandal over Project Gunrunner led to congressional hearings, a presidential reprimand – Obama called the operation "a serious mistake" – and speculation that ATF chief Ken Melson will resign.

Yet last week, Cefalu, who has worked for the agency for 24 years, was forced to turn in his gun and badge. He can appeal but will be on "paid administrative leave" during the process.

ATF agent Vince Cefalu ten years ago, dressed to go undercover and infiltrate motorcycle gangs.

Cefalu's dismissal follows a string of allegations that the ATF retaliates against whistleblowers. When the Project Gunrunner scandal broke, Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, wrote the ATF that an agent who had been giving his staff members information about the scandal had been "allegedly accused... of misconduct" by the agent's boss for talking with Grassley's staffers.

And two days before Cefalu was served with termination papers, Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, sent a letter to the ATF warning officials not to retaliate against whistleblowers.

ATF spokesman Drew Wade denied in a statement to that the bureau is retaliating, but he declined to comment about Cefalu's case. "ATF will not comment on specific, ongoing personnel matters. It is illegal to use disciplinary actions to retaliate against employees, and ATF does not engage in such improper reprisals."

The ATF's termination letter to Cefalu, obtained by, makes no mention of Cefalu's role in the latest scandal.

"You think they would just come out and say that?" Cefalu said.

The letter instead says that Cefalu should be fired because he leaked documents on a website he helped create,, and showed a "lack of candor" on past projects, in particular a 2005 operation that Cefalu led. Cefalu admits he made information about the case public but says he did so only after redacting sensitive parts and exhausting internal channels.

In the 2005 case, local police wanted to wiretap a suspect to gather evidence, but Cefalu objected, saying it would be illegal to use wiretaps until all other options for gathering evidence had been tried.

Cefalu was then removed from the case. But he continued to speak out and file internal complaints about what he viewed as illegal ATF wiretapping. And that's when his life became difficult.

"That was the beginning of the end," Cefalu told

"I had never had a disciplinary action in 18 years. Outstanding evaluations -- above average -- and on the 19th year, when I filed a complaint, I get my first unsatisfactory evaluation ever."

Cefalu showed a copy of his 2005 evaluation to, in which his supervisor, Dennis Downs, noted: "Not only have you meet [sic] performance expectations, you have exceeded them."

But that changed after 2005, Cefalu said. He received unsatisfactory evaluations complaining about his use of foul language. The termination letter also notes there were complaints about his smoking and "even your hygiene."

Another ATF agent, who requested to remain anonymous but who has provided accurate information on the Project Gunrunner case to in the past, discussed what he knew about Cefalu.

"Common knowledge in the agency is that Cefalu outed an illegal wiretap quite some time ago, and he has been in the crosshairs since," the agent told "My impression of him is that he has probably ruffled lots of feathers and delicate egos in his time. He is very direct and honest."

But this agent said he'd "prefer that to a 'go along to get along' type."

"We don't avoid or learn from mistakes if we just lie to each other about how we never do anything wrong -- which is pretty much standard operating procedure from what I have seen of our HQ people," the agent said.

Cefalu said his work on the Project Gunrunner scandal likely was the last straw for his bosses.

"I think it's obvious why they're doing this. It was my willingness to expose (Project Gunrunner) and support other people to come forward," Cefalu said.


Monday, June 27, 2011

You always get more from a Democrat.

Brady Bunch mom got crabs in affair with NY mayor

Revelation: Florence Henderson claims she caught crabs
after having sex with politician John Lindsay in the 1960s

This would have made an interesting episode of "The Brady Bunch."

Florence Henderson, the actress who played perky mom Carol Brady in the beloved family sitcom, says she once got crabs after a one-night-stand with career politician John Lindsay, who was the mayor of New York City at the time.

Henderson, now 77, recounts in her upcoming memoir that she was cheating on her husband during the 1960s, and gave in to her better judgment when her married and unattractive friend put the moves on her over drinks at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

"I was lonely. I knew it wasn't the right thing to do. So, what did I do? I did it," she writes in "Life is Not a Stage," set for publication in September.

Henderson went home later that night, and awoke to a grisly surprise the next day as she saw "little black things" crawling over her bed and body.

An urgent call to a doctor took care of the problem, known medically as pubic lice, and Lindsay sent her flowers and a note of apology.

"Guess I learned the hard way that crabs do not discriminate but cross over all socioeconomic strata," Henderson writes. "He must have had quite the active life. What a way to put the kibosh on a relationship."

Lindsay, who died in 2000, was mayor of New York from 1966 to 1973. Before that, he was a U.S. congressman. He launched a brief bid for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972. His wife of 51 years died in 2004.


Thursday, June 23, 2011

Will O.J. Simpson Confess to Oprah?

The Hollywood Reporter

Will O.J. Simpson Confess to Oprah? [Updated]
Photo: Daniel Gluskoter - Pool/Getty Images

Last week, Oprah declared that she dreams of O.J. Simpson confessing to her on her newish (and struggling) OWN channel. "I am going to make that happen, people," she said. "I don't just want the interview. I want the interview on the condition that you are ready, Mr. Simpson." Apparently, when you're Oprah, all you have to do is say something, out loud, and it comes true, because Simpson has reportedly agreed to confess to Oprah, according to the National Enquirer. The tabloid reports that Simpson recently fessed up to one of Oprah's producers from prison, where he's currently serving a nine-year sentence for armed robbery, and intends to do the same to Oprah. Simpson reportedly claimed to the producer that while he did kill Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman (mystery solved!) he did it in self-defense. And however full of shit that explanation sounds, is there anyone who wouldn't tune in to watch it. 

Believe it or not I didn't add the last sentence.

PS: I thought he was going to say they drowned in the swimming pool.


Tuesday, June 21, 2011

New William Jefferson Clinton stamp issued by the USPS


Sunday, June 19, 2011

Predisposed protesting

A person's bias is based on facts, but prejudice occurs without a person knowing or examining the facts. This my friends is the liberal doctrine.

When did ignorance become a point of view?

War seen through the eyeballs of liberals. A total one sided hypocrisy. 

Ah…. where is Cindy Sheehan after stalking W at the ranch? Has she seen the light and turned conservative? My guess is no. Is Code Pink in retirement? Hollywood gone to sleep? Blood for oil evaporate?  Even Senator Messiah joined the bandwagon. 

Bush... Iraq and Afghanistan. 
The Messiah ditto... and throw in Libya.

As Shakespeare would say... Where forth art thou?

Obama Reportedly Sided Against 2 Top Administration Lawyers in Libya War Debate

President Obama decided he had the legal authority to continue the U.S. military campaign in Libya without congressional approval over the objections of Justice Department and Pentagon lawyers, according to The New York Times.

Instead, the president sided with other senior administration lawyers who said that continuing U.S. participation in the air operations against the regime of Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi did not constitute "hostilities," triggering the need for Congressional permission under the War Powers Resolution, the New York Times reported in its online edition Friday night.

Among those reported to support the president's action were White House counsel Robert Bauer and State Department legal adviser Harold H. Koh, the paper said. Those opposed included Pentagon General Counsel Jeh C. Johnson and acting head of the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel Caroline D. Krass.

One issue was reported to be whether firing missiles from drones amounted to hostilities.

Presidents can ignore the advice of the Office of Legal Counsel, but rarely do so, the newspaper reported.

The 1973 law prohibits the military from being involved in actions for more than 60 days without congressional authorization, plus a 30-day extension. The 60-day deadline passed last month with the White House saying it is in compliance with the law. The 90-day mark is Sunday.

Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said that he found it "interesting that in early April the president touted the Office of Legal Counsel's legal opinion on actions in Libya, and now that the opinion doesn't fit his agenda, he chooses to ignore them."

"If dropping bombs and firing missiles on military installations are not hostilities, I don't know what is," he said. "The president's actions on Libya are nothing short of bizarre."

White House chief spokesman Jay Carney addressed the internal debate over the resolution at his briefing Thursday.

He said "there was a robust process through which the president received the advice he relied on in determining the application" of the War Powers Resolution.

He noted the resolution has been subject to intense debate since it was first enacted in 1973.

"We are not going to get into the internal process by which the president receives legal advice," Carney said. "It should come as no surprise that there would be some disagreements, even within an administration, regarding the application of a statute that is nearly 40 years old to a unique and evolving conflict. Those disagreements are ordinary and healthy."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


Thursday, June 16, 2011

Is Holder the next one to go?

Contempt charge from House for Holder over Fast & Furious?

They sent over 1800 guns to Mexico then tried to blame Americans who own gun shops for the resulting violence!

Today the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee meets to hold hearings into Operation Fast and Furious and Project Gunrunner, the ATF's secret project to track gun running in Mexico by, er, running guns in Mexico. The operation cost the lives of two American agents, and chair Darrell Issa wants to know who authorized it, what involvement ATF Director Kenneth Melson and Attorney General Eric Holder had in approving and/or overseeing the operation, and what kinds of internal objections were ignored in implementing it. The Obama administration has refused to provide documents subpoenaed by Issa and Oversight, which means that the House may issue contempt citations against Melson and Holder for their intransigence.

Brian Terry killed by a gun traced back to Operation Fast and Furious

This is definitely worth a look.

Is he lying? You be the judge.

How high does this go? Barack Obama insists that he knew nothing of either operation, and Holder has denied prior knowledge of it as well. If that's true, then why not provide the Oversight committee the documentation they requested? After all, executive privilege wouldn't apply if Obama knew nothing of the operation. We'll see if the White House wants to engage in a fight over a contempt citation, and if they do, it will show that they think that path is less damaging than the transparency Obama insists that his administration provides.

Operation Fast and Furious... and the president and the head of the DOJ claim they know nothing about it. 

That is a disgrace even if it were true!


Sunday, June 12, 2011

A Media Colonoscopy

Release of Sarah Palin emails angers American conservatives

What are we the Soviet Union?

Mike Oreskes, senior managing editor for national news at Associated Press, one of the organisations that put in the original freedom of information request for the emails, justified the move by saying Palin was a public figure who maintained a high profile and may run for president. "We are pressing to obtain the records of other presidential contenders in the months ahead."

What he forgot to long as they're Republican contenders.
Where was the GD indispensable freedom of information act when it came  to laying bare... the mysterious one... Barack Hussein Obama? Birth certificate, college transcripts, his entire life shrouded in mystery. How would you like to see 24,000 of his emails. How many were sent to Soros, Bill Ayers, Tony Rezko, and of course the infamous Rev Wright. 

Raise your hand if you would like to see the emails exchanged by the NLRB and the Messiah concerning the opening of a Boeing plant in S.C. 


The Clintons..... 24,000 emails.
Even their liberal pals could't save them.
They both would be behind bars.

Somewhere I can just see Vince Foster smiling. 

Life is so much easier when you have the MSM in your back pocket.

The release of the Sarah Palin emails has provoked a backlash from grassroots conservatives accusing major US newspapers and the Guardian of engaging in a vendetta against the former Alaska governor and possible presidential candidate.

More than 24,000 emails from her time as governor were made public on Friday under freedom of information.

Conservatives bombarded newspapers, rightwing websites and other media outlets with complaints that Palin had been singled out for special treatment and that other politicians were not being subjected to the same level of scrutiny, in particular Barack Obama.

Greta Van Susteren, a Fox News journalist and one of the few members of the media trusted by Palin, labelled the treatment of Palin "a media colonoscopy" and suggested some news organisations were on "a mission to destroy".

That view was shared by her blog-readers, one of whom wrote: "What a sad time in America when a good, decent God-loving, America-loving and family-loving person is under attack by so called journalists."

The emails have produced fresh insights into Palin's character and leadership while governor of Alaska but no revelations so far that would damage a bid for the Republican nomination for the presidential race.

Palin said last week she was still considering whether to seek the Republican nomination for the 2012 White House race.

The media's intensive coverage of the emails appears to have hardened the view of her supporters that she is being victimised.

One reader writing to the Washington Post said the coverage had gone too far. "Sarah Palin simply never did anything to deserve this! Shame on the media that are behind this!" she wrote.

A conservative blogsite, Gateway Pundit, attracted a large amount on traffic on the issue, mainly complaining that Obama was not receiving the same treatment from the media. "Wow, if only the media had been this diligent in vetting Obama before the 2008 election," one reader wrote. Another said: "Just when you thought the NYT and WaPo couldn't prove themselves to be any more than partisan leftist rags, they surprise you again."

Mike Oreskes, senior managing editor for national news at Associated Press, one of the organisations that put in the original freedom of information request for the emails, justified the move by saying Palin was a public figure who maintained a high profile and may run for president. "We are pressing to obtain the records of other presidential contenders in the months ahead."


Thursday, June 9, 2011

They don't call him Weiner for nothing

Weiner Family Turns to Clintons in Wake of Sexting Confession

(Next he'll be sexting Edwards to get advice on mistresses and campaign contributions)

C'mon Huma when it comes to lying, cheating, and scandals who better to call then a Clinton

Perhaps inevitably, the Clintons have been pulled into the "sexting" scandal surrounding Rep. Anthony Weiner.

The New York congressman's family life is tied up with the Clintons by virtue of his wife, Huma Abedin, a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Abedin travels everywhere with Clinton and is considered part of the inner circle. When Abedin married Weiner last year, former President Bill Clinton officiated.

With Weiner's professional life on the verge of collapse, both he and his wife have turned to the Clintons -- for consolation, for help or just an ear that will listen. The congressman, who has embarked on an epic apology tour in the halls of Congress to try and convince colleagues he can keep his seat, reportedly called the former president to say he's sorry after he confessed to his indiscretions at a press conference Monday afternoon. It's not clear what transpired on the call. 

The Clintons are said to be upset by Weiner's earthquake revelations. 

Speaking of revelations Abedin is "suddenly" pregnant. Ten weeks pregnant! 
Strange things can happen when you talk to Bill.  Before the shit it the fan does anyone remember any mention of her being pregnant?

According to The Wall Street Journal, Abedin also sought the counsel of Hillary Clinton -- who knows a thing or two about straying husbands -- on Monday sometime before Weiner went public with his online dalliances and after he confessed privately to his wife.

Weiner claimed during his press conference Monday that he and his wife still love each other, and do not plan to separate. Amid the chaos in her private life, Abedin continues to work. She is on a plane Wednesday with Clinton and other dignitaries on a trip to Africa, stopping first in the United Arab Emirates.

The two made for a rising Washington power couple. Abedin worked for Clinton during the 2008 presidential campaign and was attracting press attention even then -- Vogue magazine profiled her the year before the election, glamorous photo spread and all. Abedin transitioned into her job at the State Department after Clinton joined the Obama administration. The practicing Muslim married Weiner, who is Jewish, in 2010.

Weiner, meanwhile, is determined to hold on. He emerged during the federal health care overhaul debate as one of the Democratic Party's most effective and aggressive debaters, and has continued to play the role of party attack dog -- that is, until Monday, when he admitted he lied about sending a picture of his bulging underpants to a young woman in Seattle over Twitter. He also admitted to carrying on relationships with other women online, some after he got married to Abedin.

Weiner said Monday he has no plans to resign. But as Republicans try to shame him into stepping down, Democrats are opening the door to an ethics committee probe. After House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi urged the panel to investigate, the committee released a brief statement suggesting it was under consideration.

"If and when an investigation is appropriate in any matter, the Committee will carry out its responsibilities pursuant to our rules and with the utmost integrity and fairness," the committee said.

Though Weiner is trying to convince his colleagues he can hold on, his chances flicker every time another salacious story emerges about one of his online paramours.

Meagan Broussard, a 26-year-old single mother, said she corresponded daily with Weiner online after they met on Facebook.

She told Fox News that Weiner's comments were occasionally explicit, but she "wasn't interested."

Another woman, a Las Vegas blackjack dealer, claims to have exchanged dozens of graphic messages with Weiner. According to TMZ, she wrote a note to Abedin Tuesday apologizing for their actions.

When is crossing the line.... crossing the line?
Why would anyone need a ethics committee to tell you this guy is a scumbag?
 Maybe I should email this to Nancy.


Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Bill Clinton blasts Anthony Weiner