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Saturday, June 30, 2012

Obamacare ...It's a floor it's a dessert topping

Remember Shimmer on SNL? It was both. A floor wax and a dessert topping. Kind of what they told us about Obamacare. "It's not a tax and it's not going to cost you a single dime." Well...Guess what folks, it is a tax, and it's going to cost a hell of a lot more then a dime. The joke was on us.

On a tip from Ed Kilbane

There must be 50 clips of Barry espousing Obamacare is not a tax. How many times have we heard "it's not going to cost you a single dime?" This whole interview with  George Stephanopoulos is one big lie especially the last 30 seconds. Yet Barry goes unchallenged by the MSM. George if you had any balls you would call him back for a follow up interview. I'm not holding my breath.

Listen to this lying, two-faced bitch, trying to bullshit her way out of the Obamacare mandate is a tax.

I implore you. Please get rid of these people in November.


Thursday, June 21, 2012

Most Arrogant Man in the World

On a tip from Ed Kilbane

Maybe Barry will be doing beer commercials after he's thrown out of office.


Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Barry's notorious for double talk

As you are probably aware by now Barry has invoked executive privilege in F&F in order to protect Holder, and in all likelihood himself. This is beginning to morph into "Obamagate".

If there is nothing to hide why invoke executive privilege? Barry's rolling the dice because he has little to fear from the MSM

Hopefully, the MSM will be shoved aside and instead of running for re-election, maybe we just may have an impeachment hearing.

Flashback 2007: Obama attacked trying ‘to hide behind executive privilege’

You simply can't have it both ways ALL the time.


Monday, June 18, 2012

Dream Act or Nightmare?

On a tip from Keith Grant

We all know that Barry has granted illegals 30 and under backdoor amnesty under the guise of ..."It's the right thing to do."

("Right thing to do"...means for his upcoming re-election bid)

If this doesn't open your eyes nothing will.

A major reason CA is broke

From the L. A. Times

1. 40% of all workers in L. A. County ( L. A. County has 10.2 million people) are working for cash and not paying taxes. This is because they are predominantly illegal aliens
working without a green card.

2. 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.

3. 75% of people on the most-wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.

4. Over 2/3 of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal, whose births were paid for by taxpayers.

5. Nearly 35% of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally.

6. Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages.

7. The FBI reports half of all gang members in Los Angeles are most likely illegal aliens from south of the border.

8. Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal.

9. 21 radio stations in L. A. Are Spanish speaking.

10. In L. A. County 5.1 million people speak English, 4.9 million speak Spanish. (There are 10.2 million people in L. A. County .)

(All 10 of the above statements are from the Los Angeles Times)

Less than 2% of illegal aliens are picking our crops, but 29% are on welfare.

Over 70% of the United States ' annual population growth (and over 90% of California , Florida , and New York ) results from immigration.

29% of inmates in federal prisons are illegal aliens.

Don't believe it? Check this out


Friday, June 15, 2012

Borders...not just a book store

Just in time for the November election. Barry does what's right for Barry. Fu@k the country. This is a politically desperate move that will piss off the average (legal) American, although it will be a big hit in the the Hispanic community. Barry did what he said he wouldn't (see below) indicating he will bypass Congress and allow young illegals to remain in America via a sweeping work-permit program.

Krauthammer: New Obama immigration policy ‘out-and-out lawlessness’ 

I'd love for the Supremes to get their hands on this!

Obama suspends deportation for thousands of illegals, tells GOP to pass DREAM Act


President Obama said Friday the United States will stop deporting hundreds of thousands of young illegal immigrants and give them work permits, a move praised fellow Democrats but criticized by Republicans on Capitol Hill who said the administration has side-stepped the country's legislative process.

The executive order will apply to illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. before they were 16 and are younger than 30. They also must have no criminal record, have been in the country for at least five continuous years, have graduated from a U.S. high school or have earned a GED, or served in the military.

"These are young people who study in our schools and play on our playgrounds," the president said. "They are Americans in every single way but one – on paper."

Those now eligible also can apply for a work permit that will be good for two years with no limits on how many times it can be renewed.

The change is expected to impact roughly 800,000 illegal immigrants.

The election-year announcement was met with surprise and question by several GOP lawmakers.

"This is another example of executive overreach," Florida GOP Rep. Allen West told Fox News.

West said he just learned about the policy change Friday morning and that such a move should have come through legislation on Capitol Hill where it could be debated.

"That's how we do business in the United States," said West, R; Fla.

New York GOP Rep. Peter King, chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, vowed an "immediate review" into the possibility that the Department Of Homeland Security will direct U.S. Border Patrol agents to conduct selective enforcement.

GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney had not responded to the news by the afternoon.

(And when he did he caved)

Obama suggested he ordered the policy change because Capitol Hill Republicans have blocked the so-called DREAM Act, buts said the lawmakers still have time to pass such legislation.

"I've said this time and again to Congress," the president said at the Rose Garden press conference. "Send me the DREAM Act, put it on my desk, and I'll sign it."

In urging Congress to pass the legislation, the president said his change was "stop gap" and not "a permanent fix."

The president also made clear he change was not amnesty, immunity or a path to citizenship.

The policy is similar to one by Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio in that it is an alternative to the DREAM Act. However, the first-term senator did not support the president's order.

"Today's announcement will be welcome news for many of these kids desperate for an answer, but it is a short-term answer to a long term problem," Rubio said. "And by once again ignoring the Constitution and going around Congress, this short-term policy will make it harder to find a balanced and responsible long term one."

The president was briefly interrupted by a reporter who asked: "Mr. President, why do you favor foreign workers over Americans?"

Obama sternly told the reporter – identified as Neil Munro of The Daily Caller – not to interrupt.

"Excuse me, sir, but it's not time for questions," Obama responded.

"Are you going to take questions?" Munro asked.

"Not while I'm speaking." Obama said.

Earlier in the day, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said the change takes effect immediately and is needed to ensure enforcement resources are not expended on "low-priority cases."

"Young people brought to U.S. by no fault of their own and meet several criteria no longer are removed from country or entered into removal proceedings," Napolitano said in a conference call with reporters.

The policy change was reported first by the Associated Press.

The move comes in an election year in which the Hispanic vote could be critical in swing states like Colorado, Nevada and Florida.

While Obama has support from a majority of Hispanic voters, Latino enthusiasm for the president has been tempered by the slow economic recovery, his inability to win congressional support for a broad overhaul of immigration laws and by his administration's aggressive deportation policy.

Romney and many Republican lawmakers want tighter border security measures before considering changes in immigration law. Romney opposes offering legal status to illegal immigrants who attend college but has said he would do so for those who serve in the armed forces.

An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll last month found Obama leading Romney among Hispanic voters 61 percent to 27 percent. But his administration's deportation policies have come under fire, and Latino leaders have raised the subject in private meetings with the president. In 2011, Immigration and Customs Enforcement deported a record 396,906 people and is expected to deport about 400,000 this year.

Under the administration's plan, immigrants whose deportation cases are pending in immigration court will have to prove their eligibility for a reprieve to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which will begin dealing with such cases in 60 days. Any immigrant who already has a deportation order and those who never have been encountered by immigration authorities will deal with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Last year, Napolitano announced plans to review about 300,000 pending deportation cases and indefinitely suspend those that didn't meet department priorities. So far, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has reviewed more than 232,000 cases and decided to stop working on about 20,000. About 4,000 of those 20,000 have opted to keep fighting in court to stay in the United States legally. For the people who opted to close their cases, work permits are not guaranteed.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


Mr. Ed

The uniquely equine Sarah Jessica Parker. How this woman does commercials for hair care products and cosmetics is beyond me. This is the best the respective sales marketing departments could come up with? They would have been better off hiring Mr. Ed.

Actually... the horse looks better.


Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Barry's Black Radio Ad

I don't know how the double standard could be more pronounced. This is viewed as perfectly acceptable but imagine if Romney came out with an ad encouraging "white people to have his back".

This shows you how stupid Barry really is. He's going to get the Black vote anyhow but chooses this pointless ad that only succeeds in turning off white voters.

Go Barry!

November 6th can't get here fast enough!


Monday, June 11, 2012

Holy Shiite!

Listen to this moron; then read the "startling revelation" below that everyone knew about aside from  Kucinich.

May 2012
Former Congressman... love the sound of that.. Dennis Kucinch.

Islamic world must have nuclear weapons, says Iran

Official Iranian media outlets published a commentary Sunday titled “The necessity for the Islamic world to have the atomic bomb,” laying the groundwork for Iran’s refusal to accept limits on its illicit nuclear program.

The essay’s author, Alireza Forghani, is the former governor of southern Iran’s Kish Province and an analyst and a strategy specialist in the camp of the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

“The fatwa from Imam Khomeini [the founder of Iran's Islamic revolution] said ‘all Islamic countries have Islamic blood,’” Forghani wrote. “Therefore the Islamic world should rise up and shout that a nuclear bomb is our right, and disrupt the dreams of America and Israel.”

“Having a nuclear bomb is our right,” he argued. “Israel would have been destroyed completely 30 years ago” but has survived because it has nuclear weapons.

In February, Forghani laid out the legal case for the annihilation of Israel and all Jewish people. That treatise, which ran in all the Iranian regime’s media outlets, openly called for a pre-emptive strike on Israel.

Among the state-run media carrying Forghani’s new piece — which argues that Iran should have an atomic bomb – is the major outlet Fars News Agency, which is run by the Revolutionary Guards and thus represents the views of the Islamic regime.

“The Islamic republic, after the victory of the 1979 revolution, faced a hard reality of its enemies trying to overthrow the only true Islamic republic in the world,” he wrote. “The enemies of the Islamic republic of Iran, headed by America with cooperation by its European allies and some in Asia — [and] using the tools such as the United Nations, other international organizations and NATO — have continuously pursued their goal of overthrowing the … government.”

America is the main enemy of Iran, Forghani argued, and is the only country that has used the atomic bomb and brags about its nuclear arsenal, creating fear in nations that might want to challenge it.

“Why is it that only those carrying water for America must have the bomb? Why is it that Pakistan can be the only Islamic country to have the bomb? Until when should the Islamic world remain afraid and obey America?” Forghani demanded to know.

Syrian and Lebanese Muslims have to constantly worry that if their governments do not cooperate with America or Israel, “NATO’s bastard soldiers will attack them,” he added.

“The Islamic republic is one country that is surely threatened by America. We have experienced their failed attacks before, and there is no doubt that it will attack Iran, which it calls the center of all evil,” Forghani wrote. “We might be able to confront America with asymmetrical warfare, but how far will that take Iran? There is no guarantee that if things heat up America will not use its nuclear arsenal against Iran just as it has done before [in Japan].”

Forghani recalled the Cold War’s “Mutual Assured Destruction” policy that kept the United States from bombing the Soviet Union. If Iran had nuclear weapons now, he reasoned, America could not do to Iran what it has done to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Negotiations between Iran and six world powers have so far failed. Iran refuses to suspend nuclear enrichment and won’t allow inspection of suspected sites, even as it insists that the only solution to the dilemma is for the West to accept a nuclear Iran. The Islamic regime continues, meanwhile, to warn that any foreign aggression will result in a devastating counterattack.

In a clear indication that Iran might either have a bomb or be close to developing it, Forghani wrote, “Imam Khamenei has stated that with whatever arms they attack us, we will respond similarly. The need for having the atomic bomb in order to respond to any aggression is now.”

Officials in the Islamic regime, including its supreme leader and military commanders, have promised the “full annihilation of Israel” and the demise of America. “We’re still on a hillside,” Khamenei said in a recent speech. “When the Iranian nation reaches the peak, all enmities [and] evils will end.”

In a separate blog article, Forghani quoted the Quran, An-Nisa 74: “Let those fight in the cause of Allah who sell the life of this world for the hereafter. To him who fights in the cause of Allah — whether he is slain or gets victory — soon shall we give him a reward of great value.”


Sunday, June 10, 2012

Classic Barry

Was there a teleprompter malfunction forcing Barry to wing it?

Mr Doubletalk in action.

In the end he tries to make us look stupid for not believing his own bullshit!


Saturday, June 9, 2012

This is an freaking joke

Assigning Holder to investigate Obama is like the Mafia investigating the whereabouts of Jimmy Hoffa.

Holder names 2 prosecutors to lead leak investigation

WASHINGTON – Attorney General Eric Holder on Friday appointed two U.S. attorneys to lead a pair of criminal investigations into possible unauthorized disclosures of classified information, authorizing the two prosecutors to follow all appropriate investigative leads within the executive and legislative branches of government.

Ronald Machen, the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, and Rod Rosenstein, the U.S. attorney for the District of Maryland, will direct separate probes that are currently being conducted by the FBI.

"These two highly respected and experienced prosecutors will be directing separate investigations," Holder said in a statement. "I have every confidence in their abilities to doggedly follow the facts and the evidence in pursuit of justice wherever it leads."

The attorney general said Machen and Rosenstein "are fully authorized to prosecute criminal violations discovered as a result of their investigations and matters related to those violations."

Currently, Machen is leading a high-profile political corruption probe of officials in the District of Columbia. The latest development in that investigation came this week when District of Columbia Council chairman Kwame Brown resigned after being charged with lying about his income on bank loan applications.

Before becoming U.S. attorney, Machen helped lead the white-collar and internal investigation practices at the prominent Washington law firm of WilmerHale. He served as an assistant U.S. attorney from 1997 to 2001.

Rosenstein was an associate independent counsel who worked for Whitewater prosecutor Ken Starr from 1995 to 1997. He was co-counsel in the fraud trial of Jim and Susan McDougal, the former real estate partners of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Both of the McDougals were convicted in a trial that also resulted in the conviction of then-Arkansas Gov. Jim Guy Tucker.

The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, said he hopes that the Justice Department brings "the full force of the law against these criminals."

"We need to send a clear message to anyone who considers leaking sensitive information and putting Americans at risk: If you leak classified information, you will face jail time," Smith said in a statement.


Wednesday, June 6, 2012

This can only happen in the liberal mind.

Bloomberg wants to arrest you for drinking a 32oz Coke but wants to limit arrests for Marijuana.

Bloomberg Backs Plan to Limit Arrests for Marijuana

ALBANY — The New York Police Department, the mayor and the city's top prosecutors on Monday endorsed a proposal to decriminalize the open possession of small amounts of marijuana, giving an unexpected lift to an effort by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to cut down on the number of people arrested as a result of police stops. 

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, whose Police Department made about 50,000 arrests last year for low-level marijuana possession, said the governor's proposal "strikes the right balance" in part because it would still allow the police to arrest people who smoke marijuana in public. 

The marijuana arrests are a byproduct of the Police Department's increasingly controversial stop-and-frisk practice. Mr. Bloomberg and police officials say the practice has made the city safer, but, because most of those stopped are black or Hispanic, the practice has been criticized as racially biased by advocates for minority communities. 

The support expressed by Mr. Bloomberg, prosecutors and police officials is likely to carry significant weight in the Republican-led State Senate, which is the key obstacle to passage of the bill in Albany during this year's legislative session. Mr. Cuomo has amassed a strong track record of winning passage of legislation he embraces, and the speaker of the Assembly, Sheldon Silver, joined him at his news conference Monday, indicating that the Democrat-controlled Assembly would back the measure. The Republican Senate leadership has traditionally opposed legislation it views as soft on criminals. 

Mr. Cuomo, a Democrat, framed the issue as one of racial justice as well as common sense, saying that the police in New York City were wasting time, resources and good will making tens of thousands of unnecessary arrests. Possession of small amounts of marijuana is a crime only if the marijuana is in public view or if it is being smoked in public, but many of the marijuana possession arrests have been occurring when the police order someone stopped to empty his or her pockets, making the marijuana visible — a phenomenon the governor called an "aggravated complication" of the stop-and-frisk practice. 

"It becomes a question of balance," the governor said of the city's police stops. "Part of the balance is the relationship with the community. I think the N.Y.P.D. and the mayor are making efforts to work with the community." 

The governor's announcement was cheered by lawmakers from minority neighborhoods as well as by civil rights groups, who are increasingly looking to Albany and to Washington in an effort to rein in what they see as overly aggressive tactics on the part of the Bloomberg administration. 

Black leaders also cited the governor's proposal as a rare recognition of — and attempt to remedy — what they describe as a cultural and legal double standard: that young African-American men are being arrested in large numbers for an activity — using marijuana — that is prevalent, but with less frequent legal consequences, among whites of the same age. 

"Some of our police officers are making race-based discretionary decisions on who they're going to arrest for low-level marijuana possession," said Leroy Gadsden, the president of a branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Jamaica, Queens, and the chairman of the criminal justice committee for the statewide N.A.A.C.P. "Therefore, of course, if you're a young, black male, even a female, you're going to feel that you're being targeted when you notice that your white counterparts are not being arrested for the same thing." 

The Rev. Al Sharpton praised Mr. Cuomo's proposal as "a step in the right direction" in curbing what he described as racial profiling by the Police Department. And Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries, a Brooklyn Democrat who has pushed legislation to end low-level marijuana arrests, said, "It cannot be criminal behavior for one group of people and socially acceptable behavior for another group of people, where the dividing line is race." 

A spokesman for Mr. Bloomberg rejected the notion that the Police Department acted with racial bias in arresting people for marijuana possession. 

Under Mr. Cuomo's proposal, the state would downgrade the possession of 25 grams or less of marijuana in public view from a misdemeanor to a violation, with a maximum fine of $100 for first-time drug offenders. It is already a violation to possess that amount without putting it into public view. 

In September, facing growing pressure over the marijuana arrests, Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly issued a memorandum clarifying that the police were not to arrest people who take small amounts of marijuana out of their pockets after being stopped. A city spokesman said that low-level marijuana arrests had fallen by nearly a quarter since then. 

Mr. Bloomberg, whose administration had previously defended low-level marijuana arrests as a means of deterring more serious crimes, said on Monday that Mr. Cuomo's proposal was consistent with Mr. Kelly's directive. Mr. Kelly made a rare trip to the Capitol to join Mr. Cuomo at the news conference as a way of demonstrating the city's support for the governor's proposal. 

"This law will make certain that the confusion in this situation will be eliminated," Mr. Kelly said, adding, "Quite frankly, it will make the application of this law much clearer." 

Mr. Cuomo said changing the law was a better approach in the long term, saying, "I think it puts the police in an awkward position to tell them, enforce some laws, don't enforce other laws." 

"This is nice and clean: change the law, period," the governor added. 

The five district attorneys in New York City also endorsed the change in the law on Monday. The Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., said that half of the 6,200 people who were charged with low-level marijuana possession last year in Manhattan had never been arrested before. 

"This simple and fair change will help us redirect significant resources to the most serious criminals and crime problems," Mr. Vance said. "And, frankly, it's the right thing to do." 

But one Republican, Senator Martin J. Golden of Brooklyn, expressed concerns. He said that the enthusiasm among some lawmakers and advocacy groups for Mr. Cuomo's proposal was "all about stop-and-frisk," and, citing several young people in his district who had died of prescription drug overdoses in recent months, questioned the message it would send to young people about drug use. 

Noting the 25-gram threshold for Mr. Cuomo's proposal, he said, "That's a lot of pot, my friend." 


Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Gray Davis he's not

Wisconsin has voted for a presidential candidate (Democrat) for the last two decades. If Walker wins this recall I believe the tide will change. This is a big, big election. At the very least it will be a vote not so much for Romney, but against Obama. Wisconsin will truly become a battleground state, not to mention the beginning of the end for the unions. When the MSM begins to downplay it that's a good sign for Walker.

On a side note, something I am concerned about, Wisconsin is ripe for voter fraud.


Sunday, June 3, 2012

The Nanny


Saturday, June 2, 2012

The Bloomberg Syndrome

Bloomberg collaborating with his fellow liberals have been all over the news lately with their Hitler like attack on pop, doughnuts, HappyMeals, salt, etc. 

They also have a propensity to be politically correct.


Description of the practice of using speech that conforms to liberal or radical opinion by avoiding language which might cause offence to or disadvantage social minorities.

(BTW... this keeps them up at night while we are 15.7 trillion in debt)

Remember the attack on the the Washington Redskins and the Cleveland Indians for their  "insensitivity towards American Indians"?

 But now they have gone to far. Even my candy is not safe from these "enlightened thinkers". Black Crows a candy I ate as a kid that has been around for over a century is now rebranded by dropping the Black and now goes by the new name... Crows. 

Why do you suppose they would change the name after 100 years? 

I guess it's not PC anymore. 

Watch out Aunt Jemima they'll be after you next.


Friday, June 1, 2012

Edwards walks

The precedent so it seems has been set. So now when you send a politican money thinking you're helping with his campaign and he spends it on his mistress or Pampers for his love child that is perfectly legal. It's not a campaign contribution it "evolves" into a gift.

The real reason for a mistrial. Stupidity or political affiliation?
Maybe both.

Combined IQ 110

The jurors who sensationally found disgraced politician John Edwards not guilty of illegally accepting campaign funds yesterday have said they do not think the case should have even gone to trial.

Speaking out for the first time since the verdict, the jurors said there was not enough evidence to find the former North Carolina senator guilty. The judge also ruled a mistrial on his five other counts.

One juror, Theresa Fuller, told Good Morning America: 'I felt like the evidence just wasn't there. It could have been more - a lot more - than what it was.'

When asked if the case should have even come to court, she responded: 'Honestly, no, I don't think they should have bought it.'

But another juror told the early-morning show that she would have liked to see the former senator take the stand, as some questions had remained unanswered.

'I would've liked to her more about the money,' she said. 'More about his intentions. That would have done it for me.'

But of the acquittal, she added: 'He didn't get the money, so I just didn't think he was guilty.'

Another juror, Denise Speight, spoke out for the first time about earlier reports she had flirted with John Edwards while in the court room.

'I just thought it was the most funny think I had ever heard,' she said, insisting she had been smiling about the media's reaction to the jurors' colour-coordinated outfits.

'[I had] no intention of flirting with John Edwards and I don't think he had any intention of blushing or flirting with me.'

The interview, in which the jurors described themselves as 'one big happy family', came after Edwards's tearful acknowledgment of his acquittal outside the courtroom on Thursday.

It also emerged he is unlikely to be tried again on the charges that were ruled a mistrial.

The Justice Department refused to comment on the outcome after spending millions of dollars of taxpayers money on the prosecution of the former U.S Senator, but an anonymous source familiar with the case said that a retrial was not expected.

Legal experts lined up to back up that opinion, with Jerry H. Goldfeder, a New York campaign finance lawyer saying in the LA Times, 'It would be very surprising if the government went back to the well to try him again. I think this prosecution is over. It failed and it is over.'