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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

More Americans want Obamacare Repealed … Obama’s Answer, Spend $700 Million on “Affordable” Healthcare Marketing

 Remember when Barry said how good ObamaCare was going to be?  Remember he said it wasn't going to cost a dime? How about... "you can keep your insurance plan and your doctor." It's on the record. Didn't he tell alphabet (Stephanopoulos) it wasn't a tax?

 Now to put things in perspective Barry is spending $700 million just to "market" ObamaCare, this is the harbinger of things to come.

Ever wonder how he gets away with this.
Simple really.


Nancy Pelosi said, they had to pass the bill, in order to find out what is in it. However, as Americans are finding out what is in Obamacare, the more they want the law completely repealed.

A new CBS poll finds that more Americans than ever want Obamacare repealed. Thirty-nine percent of Americans want the so-called “affordable” healthcare law repealed as Obamacare is crumbling before our very eyes. Barack Obama’s signature piece of legislation is an unmitigated disaster. Not only does the law not do what it was promised, allow you to keep your own doctors and insurance if you want, it is also coming in much more costly than originally claimed. Just how bad is Obamacare? Even Barack Obama has asked for the employer mandate to be delayed until 2015 because it is not ready to be implemented, as well has Obama does not want to pain of Obamacare to affect Democrats in the 2014 midterm elections. Also, Obamacare is a fiasco and it has not yet been fully implemented, imagine what happens when it is?

So what is Obama’s reaction to his disastrous healthcare plan where more and more people want it repealed?  Spend $700 million on a marketing campaign for Obamacare. That is correct, the “Affordable” healthcare law is in need of $700 million for telling Americans who want to kill this law, that it’s really a good thing. You just can’t make this stuff up. Talk about a money pit. There has never been a law that has been more marketed than Obamacare and yet Barack Obama feels the need to tell people about how great his joke of a healthcare plan really is? It's bad enough that Democrats rammed this law down the throats of Americans, but now they want to add insult to injury and waste more of the tax payers money marketing this boondoggle!


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Monday, July 29, 2013

Defining what's fake and what's phony


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Video 41

This is another clip from the same speech.

Video 42

Listen to these morons cheer to a misleading statement to say the least. When he took office the National Debt was $10.6 trillion... today it's damn near $17 trillion!

Phony scandals?

Lets start with:

"It was the video"

Everyone knows this was a bald faced lie. Even the WH isn't using it anymore!
  4 dead Americans in a seven hour siege. If they had got there too late is one thing but never even lifting a finger to help is a whole other matter.

"It was rogue low level employees in Cincinnati"

Another lie. We've gone through 88 agents with just about everyone and their brother pleading the 5th. BTW...wasn't it Lois "the 5th" Lerner who admitted the IRS targeted conservative groups? After Barry feigned outrage, wasn't the FBI supposed to investigate? It's been months now. How come not one conservative who was targeted by the IRS has been contacted by the FBI. Why does Mueller still have a job?

DOJ Wiretapping Rosen and the AP

“That is not something that I’ve ever been involved in or heard of or would think would be a wise policy. In fact my view is quite the opposite”
Later we find out he signed off on it!

Then this:

Fort hood shooting deemed "workplace violence"

It was workplace violence like the Boston bombing was a cooking accident!

This proves it.

Accused Fort Hood shooter releases statement to Fox News

EXCLUSIVE: Acting as his own attorney, accused Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Hasan has released a statement to Fox News claiming that the U.S. military is at war with his religion.

However, he does not directly address the shooting at the Texas Army Base in November 2009 that killed 13 and injured more than 30 others.

“My complicity was on behalf of a government that openly acknowledges that it would hate for the law of Almighty Allah to be the supreme law of the land," the 42-year-old Army psychiatrist said. Hasan then apparently asked if this was a war on Islam. "You bet it is," he said. "I participated in it.”

The statement, which begins “In the name of Almighty Allah, the most gracious and the most merciful, my name is Nidal Hasan, Major Nidal Hasan, and I would like to convey a message to the world,” runs more than six pages.
Hasan also says he regrets his years in the Army, claiming that his service was inconsistent with his religious beliefs. “I would like to begin by repenting to Almighty Allah and apologize to the (Mujahideen), the believers, and the innocent. I ask for their forgiveness and their prayers. I ask for their forgiveness for participating in the illegal and immoral aggression against Muslims, their religion and their lands,” he said.

Hasan also criticized U.S. policy in the Middle East toward the Palestinians.

While Hasan’s motivation for releasing the statement is unknown, Fox News has repeatedly requested an interview with him, with a specific focus on his alleged actions at the Fort Hood Readiness Center on Nov. 5, 2009.

It is believed to be the first lengthy statement by the Fort Hood suspect, whose court martial begins August 6. The judge in Hasan’s case recently ruled that he cannot argue as part of his defense that the shooting was an effort to protect Taliban leaders in Afghanistan – the so-called “defense of others” strategy.

George Stratton and his son -- who was wounded in the attack -- will both testify at the trial. Stratton told Fox News he is not surprised by the statement.

“I have all along believed Nidal Hasan to be a Muslim terrorist, so it confirms what I’ve always thought,” Stratton said. “I believe that’s exactly how he felt when he did what he did. We should take him at his word.”

Lawyer Neal Sher, who represents Fort Hood shooting victims and their families in a separate legal action, said “This is yet further confirmation of a fact that everyone knows except our government. That is, the Fort Hood shooting was a terrorist jihadi attack.”

If convicted, on 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder, Hasan faces execution or life in prison without parole.

An extended examination of his statement, and reaction to it, will be part of an upcoming Fox News special investigation scheduled to air in early August. "Fox Files: The Enemy Within," first broadcast in June 2012, was part of Fox's ongoing investigation into the Fort Hood shooting and the connection to the first American targeted for death by the CIA, Anwar al-Awalki.


Saturday, July 27, 2013

Whatever you're doing...STOP..and watch this

Separating fact from fiction

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Video 40

Rivera's response

That's stereotyping black people!

In one ear and out the other.


Friday, July 26, 2013

She's as big a lowlife as he is

This woman has about as much credibility as Lance Armstrong's lawyers claiming the USPS should have known he was doping.

Anthony D. Weiner Scandal Has New Photos (Video) Sydney Leathers Gives Inside Edition Interview

Sydney Leathers
Sydney Leathers

Here are a few samples of their conversation. Remember this took place after the apology tour.

(The Weiner is in gray)
Warning: Content very graphic

 Deeply flawed... This guy's a registered pervert!

 Asked to clarify how many women he exchanged racy messages with Wiener said, “six to 10, I suppose -- but I can’t tell you absolutely what someone else is going to consider inappropriate or not.”

It's absolutely mind blowing he's still in consideration to be mayor! Can you imagine anyone having to address this creep as The Honorable Mayor Anthony Weiner?

Thoughts on Weiner's wife? Guess Dennis Miller said it best.

23 Jul
Dennis Miller Show ✔ @DennisDMZ

Huma Abedin makes Tammy Wynette look like a Runaway Bride.

The scandal surrounding New York City mayoral candidate Anthony D. Weiner had new photos published online this week and more revelations also emerged from the Democrat politician that he has been involved with 6-10 women in total, sending them lewd messages and photos.

His wife Huma Abedin stood by his side in a press conference on Tuesday after the initial new sexting photos emerged, saying she has forgiven him.
But the attempt to squelch the scandal seems to have failed as the woman connected with those raunchy photos, Sydney Leathers (pictured above), is talking to the press now, too.

She is described as a woman who is desperate to be famous and is cashing in quickly on her fifteen minutes of fame, doing interviews with the Inside Edition TV show and also with CNN.

There are likely more interviews to come from Miss Leathers and she has turned on her sexting pal Anthony D. Weiner, trashing the politician while defending his wife Huma Abedin.

"I'm disgusted by him," she told the Inside Edition.
"He's not who I thought he was."

During the interview, Sydney was asked whether she told Mr. Weiner that she loved him. "Yes," she replied. Asked if Mr. Weiner had said he loved her, she replied, "Yes."

Asked what advice she would now give Mr. Weiner, she said, "Stop lying, stop embarrassing his wife and get help."

Watch a video below.
For a reminder, this entire mess began in 2011 when then-Rep. Weiner accidentally posted a photo of his crotch publicly on Twitter.
After initially claiming he'd been hacked, the New York Democrat admitted to having "inappropriate" online relationships with several women and resigned.

Huma forgives…
"I love him, I have forgiven him, I believe in him and as we have said from the beginning, we are moving forward," Abedin said during that press conference Tuesday with her husband.

Poll numbers…
Weiner is dropping fast in the polls.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn garners 25% support among Democratic primary voters compared with 16% for Weiner, according to the poll by NBC 4 New York, The Wall Street Journal and the Marist Institute for Public Opinion.

He was ahead prior to the scandal.
Watch Miss Leathers explain their raunchy relationship below.

She identified herself as a progressive liberal. She didn't have to tell us. After all... she has all the characteristics.

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I rest my case.


Thursday, July 25, 2013

Hot off the wire

 George Zimmerman changed his name to Ben Gozzi to avoid any further investigations by this Administration.


"Carlos Danger" sexting just a few months ago

Things are getting pretty hard on Weiner. I don't know what's worse. A new picture of Weiner with a goat for company and a twinkle in his eye, or getting the kiss of death endorsement from Sharpton.

If it isn't already, NYC will become a laughing stock if this douche bag is elected.

Weiner admitted that he was the man in the messages on Tuesday during a press conference at the Gay Men's Health Crisis in Manhattan.

Check it out.

(Weiner is one sick puppy. Hate to think what would have happened if he was a Republican)

This liberal allegedly turned him in. 

More info here.

There are almost 19 million people living in NYC, with this size populace the best it can produce is the likes of Weiner and Spitzer? Must be a frigging cesspool.
 Sad commentary indeed! 




Before Tuesday's revelation that Anthony Weiner had continued sending lewd messages and images to strangers online even after his resignation from Congress, he had emerged as the frontrunner in the Democratic primary for mayor of New York City. A Quinnipiac poll on July 15 showed him leading City Council Speaker Christine Quinn among registered Democrats in the city, 25% to 22%.

Many analysts suggested Tuesday evening that the public would not forgive a second Weiner scandal. However, the Quinnipiac poll suggested that the New York City electorate is not concerned about sex scandals. Several politicians have recently defied analysts' predictions to survive sex scandals, including former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford (R), who won a special election to Congress earlier this year.

Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, now running for New York City Comptroller, also enjoyed a comfortable lead in the Quinnipiac poll over his rivals. Both Weiner and Spitzer have reconciled with their wives. Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, emerged as the star of his press conference Tuesday, beaming at reporters and affirming her support for her husband despite difficult and embarrassing circumstances.

Breitbart News' Kerry Picket, appearing on Fox News' Hannity, predicted that Weiner might experience a "bounce" in the polls initially, owing to the intense media coverage of the scandal. Whether he can sustain that rise remains unclear. Speaker Quinn has yet to comment publicly on the scandal, but will likely make Weiner's repeated problems with trust--and self-restraint--a key issue heading into the Sep. 10 primary


Wednesday, July 24, 2013

The best analysis of the Trayvon Martin case you'll ever see

On a tip from Ed Kilbane

This should be mandatory viewing for anyone who has a feeling of uncertainty about the Martin case and gives new meaning to... "His only crime was going to the store to buy a Arizona ice tea and a bag of Skittles"

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Did you see Z kill Martin? Neither did I. Was it caught on a security camera? No. Were there one or more eye witnesses who saw the confrontation from beginning to end? No. Then how can people like Sharpton and others in the black community, who were not within 500 miles of the incident, know with 100% certainty Martin was innocent? Didn't they say the very same thing about OJ?

Their opinions are formulated based on the color of skin not by the facts, evidence, and the rule of law. Not only was Zimmerman vindicated but also the original Police Chief ( Bill Lee ) who was fired after the WH and the DOJ applied political pressure to make an unwarranted arrest.


Monday, July 22, 2013

Saint Skittles Cocktail

In some circles referred to as "Lean" or the "Gangbanger" These are the ingredients less you forget.

Please write them down.

Add one part Arizona Watermelon 
Add one part Skittles
Add Robitussin DM to taste. 
Add crushed ice, shake, in a SRS ( Sharpton racist shaker)
Add Angostura aromatic bitters (if not available have Jesse lick the rim of the glass)
Shake all ingredients until they are totally skewed 
Pour liberally in in a tall frozen MSM Margarita glass
Final step... add George Zimmerman

Note: a few hits on a joint-optional 



Barry's latest press conference


"Since you decided to include yourself in the Trayvon Martin case, and I say include because first he was your son and now you're him, I’m curious to know what your gut feeling was on the OJ Simpson murder verdict?"

"As President of the United States I believe in our judicial system and defer to the rule of law with respect to the verdict handed down in that particular case.”

"How come that doesn’t apply to George Zimmerman?”

“Because he’s a white Hispanic.”


Sunday, July 21, 2013

Reality Check:

These two photos share a commonality.

The first needs no comment. The second one does. 

 The media...C'mon look at that face! 

Judging by this photo the MSM will have you believe this is Rosa Parks Marter. For the last 20 years she worked day and night as a seamstress only to donate most of her money to the local homeless shelter. Rosa's just a kind elderly black women who upon entering the voting booth (6 different times) became confused and befuddled and unintentionally voted for Barry! Oh, and did we mention she makes the best black eyed peas and collard greens you have ever tasted?

Reality check:

Melowese Richardson was a Hamilton County poll worker since 1998 until her arrest earlier this year for voter fraud and sentenced to 5 years.

She was convicted of voting twice in the 2012 election and voting three times — in 2008, 2011 and 2012 — for her sister, Montez Richardson, who has been in a coma since 2003.

The judge said Richardson deserved a prison sentence, which was one year less than the maximum possible, because she has a lengthy criminal record, schemed repeatedly over five years to cast several illegal votes and used her training and expertise as a poll worker to try to evade detection.

You did this to yourself," the judge told her. "You're very selfish, self-centered. I really believe President Obama, if he were asked about this today, he would be appalled. He would not want anybody to cheat to get elected."

(This is where the judge kind of went went off the rail. Barry's about as concerned over Melowese Richardson honesty as his feigned outrage over the IRS targeting the Teaparty, something no doubt he had a hand in.)

Not to worry she'll probably be out in 12 months. 

The bigger question is how many other "Melowese Richardson's" were out and about in the 2012 election?



The cornbread must have been good.

Judge releases election official incarcerated on voter fraud

Ruehlman (Democrat) told Richardson that President Barack Obama would be appalled by her conduct if he knew what she did. She said President Obama would not want anybody to cheat to get him elected.

Sure he would!!!

In sentencing Richardson, Ruehlman noted her criminal record for intimidation, assault, drunken driving and theft when sentencing her. In exchange for a plea of no contest to some of the charges, others were dismissed.

So her record instead of a negative is a positive thing? Only in the liberal mind!


Reverend Jackson - Failing once again to practice the virtues he preaches

At first I didn't believe this.
NYT's (of all places)

 "There is nothing more painful to me at this stage in my life than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery. Then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved."

 Does this make Reverend Race Baiter a racist ... or a realist?

Some may say when does the statue of limitations run a out? A good question... just ask Paula Deen. 


Saturday, July 20, 2013

Don't Be Bamboozled By Bull****

The year is 1995. The president is Bill Clinton. After the double murderer OJ Simpson gets off on a not guilty verdict Clinton takes the bully pulpit and says,

“If I had a son he’d look like Ronald Goldman.”

Ridiculous isn’t it? Preposterous you might say. The president wading in these waters, not to mention political suicide. Yet Barry gets away with it. Oh…and lets not forget the Beer Summit.

Justice for Trayvon? Where was the Zealot of Justice when little Caylee Anthony a "true angel" was found dead bound in duct tape (after she supposedly drowned in the family pool) in one of the biggest miscarriages of justice of all time? How about a little consistency. I mean, if you're going to open your big mouth about Martin why not Caylee?  Form your own opinions on the reason why.

The Martin case also serves another purpose. It's a great distraction to get your mind off Benghazi, the IRS, NSA, and the DOJ wiretapping scandals all of which seem to be disappearing faster then a underage Menendez prostitute.

You ever wonder what would have happened if the situation was reversed, Martin incurring the same injuries killed Zimmerman and it was going to trail? Jesse's cry... it's a "lynch mob mentality" while Sharpton the ever present carnaval barker, shouts out a "rush to judgement" claiming self defense. 

Except for the immediate family Martin's death means nothing. The bigger issue is who shot him. Ever wonder how they can be so absolutely certain Z is guilty?  Beyond a shadow of doubt, facts, proof, circumstances, and evidence have no bearing on it.  If this were just another black on black statistic Barry would have said NOTHING because it wouldn't have made page 13 in the local newspaper. Why doesn't he talk about more pressing problems in the black community like:

1.  A whopping 70% out of wedlock birth rate! How do you blame racism on this one?

2.  48% of black males do not graduate from HS. This can't be good.

3.  There are more blacks males in jail between the ages of 18-25 then in college. The reason... look at number 2.

(Oh...and they're all in jail because of racism not because they committed a crime)

Barry should stick to what he does best:

Running up the debt
Ruining our healthcare system
Appearing on The View
Calling homosexuals to congratulate them for coming out 

“This was the moment when … the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.”


Future generations will render a verdict on Barry's presidency but one thing  for sure they will not say is the Obama presidency was the moment when he reversed the rise of the oceans and healed the planet. It will be more like switching places with Jimmy Carter.



Obama: Trayvon Martin 'Could Have Been Me'

President Barack Obama speaks on the Trayvon Martin case during remarks in the White House briefing room on Friday.

Six days after a Florida jury acquitted a Hispanic man in the shooting death of an African-American teen, President Barack Obama made his first extensive comments on the case, speaking in personal terms about his own experience of being black in America.

" Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago," the president said in the remarks, made Friday during a surprise appearance in the White House press room. Mr. Martin, a 17-year-old African-American, was shot and killed in Florida last year in a case that riveted millions of Americans and sparked debate over the state of race relations in the country.

Saying he would leave arguments about the verdict to legal analysts, Mr. Obama didn't critique last Saturday's acquittal of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman who faced various charges related to the killing.

But he tried to explain the lens through which black Americans may see the case, saying that their own experiences and the country's history with race inform how many view what happened to Mr. Martin.

"There are very few African-American men who haven't had the experience of walking across the street and hearing the locks click on the doors of cars," Mr. Obama said. "That happens to me—at least before I was a senator."

The remarks, delivered without a teleprompter, were a striking example of America's first black president seeking to guide the country's thinking on race without inflaming racial tensions or undermining the judicial system. They also amounted to Mr. Obama's most pointed comments about race since his 2008 presidential campaign.

Mr. Obama issued a brief statement the day after the Martin verdict was handed down. He urged calm and compassion, noting that "a jury has spoken." Missing, though, was any personal reflection from a president with a unique perspective on the matter.

As the week wore on, the drumbeat from civil-rights groups asking Mr. Obama to speak out and take action continued.

In recent days, the president had conversations with a number of people about this issue before offering a detailed reaction, White House spokesman Jay Carney said. Privately, the president had outlined ahead of time the gist of his remarks.

"He knows what he thinks, and he knows what he feels, and he has not just in the past week, but for a good portion of his life, given a lot of thought to these issues," Mr. Carney said. The president spoke just before a series of planned weekend protests over the verdict.

The president's comments won praise from Benjamin Todd Jealous, the president and chief executive of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, who called it a powerful moment. "That our president has been profiled should encourage all Americans to think deeply about both the depth of this problem and how our country moves beyond it," he said in a statement.

Still, underscoring the tensions that continue to fester, Abigail Thernstrom, vice chairwoman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and an adjunct scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, said Mr. Obama's original statement on the case struck the right tone and that Friday's follow-up could have the unintended consequence of ratcheting up racial tension.

"Mr. President, you said what should have been said: A verdict has been rendered," she said. "Leave it at that."

In Friday's remarks, Mr. Obama appeared to be trying to use the megaphone of the White House to affect the national discussion, and particularly to infuse it with a greater appreciation of African-American viewpoints. He didn't propose any formal government reaction, and didn't weigh in on the decision his administration still has to make, which is whether to pursue a case against Mr. Zimmerman using federal civil rights laws.

Mr. Obama did, however, propose an examination of state and local laws to consider whether some encourage altercations such as the one that took Mr. Martin's life. He said the Justice Department should work with local law enforcement to reduce mistrust in the system, and said that, in the long term, more needs to be done to support African-American boys.

Mr. Obama questioned whether "stand your ground" laws in Florida and other states, which allow individuals to use reasonable force to defend themselves, are contributing to the peace and security communities want.

Responding to calls to launch a national dialogue on race, Mr. Obama said such discussions often are more productive in churches and workplaces and within families.

"I haven't seen that be particularly productive when politicians try to organize conversations," he said. "They end up being stilted and politicized, and folks are locked into the positions they already have."

As president, Mr. Obama has taken a careful tack on racial issues, picking his spots carefully after delivering a detailed exploration of race in Philadelphia at a pivotal moment in his 2008 campaign. Then, he said that race is an issue the nation can't afford to ignore, noting that the country had yet to work through the complexities of the subject.

"If we walk away now, if we simply retreat into our respective corners, we will never be able to come together and solve challenges like health care, or education, or the need to find good jobs for every American," he said.

Since then, Mr. Obama has shied from sweeping speeches focused on race, saying in 2009, "I'm not somebody who believes that constantly talking about race somehow solves racial tensions."

On Friday, Mr. Obama noted that African-Americans are disproportionately victims as well as perpetrators of violence. And while he called for soul-searching on matters of race, he said he sees signs of improvement.

"Each successive generation seems to be making progress in changing attitudes when it comes to race," he said. "It doesn't mean that we're in a postracial society. It doesn't mean that racism is eliminated. But you know, when I talk to [daughters] Malia and Sasha and I listen to their friends and I see them interact, they're better than we are."