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Friday, April 30, 2010

Constitution of the Revolutionary Communist USA Party

This is speechless territory here. Another one thanks to Glenn

New England Ministers of the American Revolution

Yet more history that we are never taught. This is flat out amazing and you will think so REGARDLESS of your theolical beliefs if you are a true blue small government America loving Conservative bottom line! And the amount of info is so amazing to be free.

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Remember 1 of my favorite Obama lies ------> by Gus Lubin

Yes I do realize you can write a book alone on just the lies that literal blind man could see....but this is definitely top 10.........
Obama stormed into Washington with a pledge that "lobbyists won't find a job in my White House."

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20 Lobbyists Infesting The Obama Administration
Gus Lubin | Apr. 26, 2010, 3:04 PM |

Obama stormed into Washington with a pledge that "lobbyists won't find a job in my White House."
He followed it up on his first day in office with an executive order banning former lobbyists from working on issues related to their lobby.
But by his third day in office he issued the first of many waivers to appoint William Lynn, a former lobbyist for Raytheon, to Deputy Secretary of Defense.
In the year that followed, Obama appointed more than 40 former lobbyists to senior positions, including three Cabinet secretaries and the Director of Central Intelligence.
We've profiled twenty important figures, using a list published by Tim Carney in the The Examiner.
Meet The Lobbyists >>

William Lynn, Deputy Secretary of Defense

Former employer: Raytheon
Lobbying Background: From 2002 to 2005, Lynn helped Raytheon secure over $54 billion in military-industrial contracts. He lobbied the Defense Department and others on issues ranging from long-range guided munitions to sea-based missile defense, according to the Huffington Post.
White House justification: Administration officials claimed Lynn was "uniquely qualified" for the job.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Mark Patterson, Treasury Chief of Staff
Former employer: Goldman Sachs
Lobbying Background: From 2003 to 2008, Patterson lobbied for the investment bank on issues including energy tax credits, tax treatment of corporate reorganization transactions, and covered bonds.
Official response: "Mr. Patterson has a long history of public service in the United States Senate. He brings significant expertise to the job of chief of staff, and has agreed to a far-reaching ethics pledge to remove any hint of a conflict of interest," said Treasury spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Patrick Gaspard, Political Affairs Director
Former employer: SEIU
Lobbying Background: Gaspard built his career as a lobbyist for the labor union, working particularly on promoting universal health care, according to who runs GOV. He also has ties to ACORN, where his brother is a senior lobbyist.
White House justification: Gaspard pledged to recuse himself from issues related to his lobbying.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Gabriella Gomez, Assistant Secretary in Education
Former employer: American Federation of Teachers
Lobbying Background: Assistant director of the teachers lobby from 2001 to 2006, Gomez lobbied on issues from higher education to early childhood education, according to Roll Call.
White House justification: Her former lobbying activity was described as valuable public service by California Representative George Miller.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Krysta Harden, Assistant Secretary in Agriculture
Former employer: Gordley Associates
Lobbying Background: At Gordley from 1993 to 2004, Harden lobbied for agricultural groups like the American Soybean Association and the National Barley Growers Association.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

David Hayes, Deputy Secretary of the Interior
Administration position: Interior Department, Deputy Secretary
Former employer: Latham & Watkins
Lobbying Background: A Latham partner from 2001 to 2007, Hayes lobbied for Sempra Energy and other environmental interests.
White House justification: Interior Secretary Ken Salazar defended Hayes after his nomination turned into a political battle over drilling permits in Utah, according to who runs GOV. Hayes' lobbying ties caused generated less controversy.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services
Former employer: Kansas Trial Lawyers Association
Lobbying Background: Sebelius spent eight years as the director of a group that lobbied for patients' rights. She represented similar interests a state insurance commissioner, who was known for standing up to insurance companies, according to who runs GOV.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Dana Singiser, Special Assistant for Legislative Affairs
Former employer: Akin Gump
Lobbying Background: At lobbying law firm Akin Gump, Singiser represented various clients, including AT&T; Motion Picture Association of America; Apollo Advisors; American Express; Mortgage Insurance Companies of America; Pfizer; and Bank of New York.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Michael Taylor, Deputy Commissioner at FDA
Former employer: Monsanto
Lobbying Background: Taylor had a long career at Monsanto, representing them in court in the eighties, and rising to VP of Public Policy in the late nineties. Vilified by the Organic Consumers Association, he is said to have successfully promoted a pro-biotech policy during the Clinton administration.
White House justification: When announcing his appointment, the FDA introduced Taylor as a noted food safety expert.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

William Wilkins, IRS Chief Counsel
Former employer: WilmerHale
Lobbying Background: In 21 years at WilmerHale, Wilkins represented and lobbied for clients including the Swiss Bankers Association.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Thomas Donilon, Deputy National Security Advisor
Former employer: Fannie Mae
Lobbying Background: A registered lobbyist from 1999 through 2005, his sole client was Fannie Mae.
White House justification: Politico speculated that Donilon was given a job in the NSA because the position did not require Senate confirmation. Donilon worked in Clinton's state department before his lobbyist career.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

William Corr, Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services
Former employer: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Lobbying Background: From 2000 to 2009, Corr directed an anti-tobacco group that spent $4 million on lobbying.
White House justification: Corr has pledged to recuse himself from discussions on tobacco policy, according to who runs GOV.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Ceclia Munoz, Director of Intergovernmental Affairs
Former employer: National Council of La Raza
Lobbying Background: Munoz was an executive at a top Hispanic-American lobby from 1988 to 2009. During this time she led a major campaign against a welfare reform bill that cut benefits for immigrants, according to who runs GOV.
White House justification: The White House granted her an ethical waiver: "because of the importance of [her] respective positions and because of [her] unequalled qualifications for her job. [Munoz] is a leading substantive expert on the relevant issue areas and [she] also has long-standing relationships with constituencies important to [her] respective offices."
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Jon Leibowitz, FTC Chairman
Former employer: Motion Picture Association of America
Lobbying Background: Leibowitz was chief lobbyist of the Hollywood organization from 2000 to 2004.
White House justification: He was already approved under the Bush administration in 2004.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Thomas Strickland, Assistant Secretary of the Interior
Former employer: Hogan & Hartson
Lobbying Background: While a partner at Hogan & Hogan, Strickland lobbied for Amgen, United Airlines, and Global Crossing.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Leon Panetta, Director of the CIA
Former employer: Cassidy & Associates
Lobbying Background: Panetta was paid by Cassidy & Associates to lobby for the Seismic Safety Coalition. He was also paid richly in speaking and consulting fees by Merrill Lynch, the Carlyle Group, and others -- activity that pretty closely approximated lobbying, according to the WSJ.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Tom Vilsack, Secretary of Agriculture
Former employer: Dorsey & Whitney
Lobbying background: Vilsack was a registered lobbyist for the National Education Association.
Justification: "Governor Vilsack was not a lobbyist on agriculture or nutrition issues and of course he will represent the interests of the president-elect and the American people, not his former employer," said Nick Shapiro, a spokesman for the Obama transition team, according to the Kalamazoo Gazette.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Dan Turton, Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs
Former employer: Timmons & Co.
Lobbying background: From 2003 to 2006, Turton worked at major D.C. lobbying firm Timmons & Co., where he lobbied for a long list of groups including Freddie Mac, Chrysler, Visa, American Medical Association, American Council of Life Insurers, Anheuser-Busch, Boeing, Chevron, the National Association of Manufacturers, the National Rifle Association, and Unocal Corp, according to who runs GOV and The Examiner.
Justification: Turton's position does not fall under Obama's anti-lobbyist executive order, according to the Sunlight Foundation.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

John Trasvina, Assistant Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Transportation
Former employer: Mexican American Legal Defense Fund
Lobbying background: Trasvina worked for the Latino legal lobby as legislative counsel from 1985 to 1987 and as president from 2006-2009, according to Open Secrets.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Eric Holder, Attorney General
Former employer: Covington & Burling
Lobbying background: On a seven year stint in the private sector, ending in 2009, Holder lobbied for Large Scale Biology Corp. and telecom company Global Crossing. He also represented corporate clients, including Merck.
Justification: Holder has signed waivers to excuse himself from cases involving Covington & Burling, according to the National Journal.
Source: Tim Carney at The Examiner

Yes, real seldom uttered truth about those in DC that helped in desegregation -

YES JUST ANOTHER DAMN PROGRESSIVE LIE....but hey wouldn't you do it to if you were literally rewriting history as it was happening....let along something that happened 60+ years ago?????????


Next week in Little Rock, Ark., former President Bill Clinton and several presidential candidates will commemorate perhaps America’s most important civil rights battle — the desegregation of Central High School.

Fifty years ago, Democratic Gov. Orval Faubus defied the federal government, tried to stop school integration and created the gravest constitutional crisis since the Civil War.

Thankfully, he lost. In the first and most important test of the Brown v. Board of Education ruling, federal law trumped state politics. Had integration failed at Little Rock, it’s hard to imagine it succeeding anywhere.

Sadly, if the past is prologue, those who convene next week at Central High will say the least about the man who did the most to defeat Faubus: President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

In 1997, Clinton stood at Central High and waxed poetic about the event’s significance in the civil rights struggle and in his own life. “It was Little Rock that made racial equality a driving obsession in my life,” he said. But in a 2,600-word elegy, Clinton mentioned Eisenhower only one time.

Clinton was not alone. For years, historians, like photo editors, have airbrushed the Little Rock scene so that Eisenhower hardly appears. Look closely: His vague image might still be seen at the picture’s edge. But if so, he is painted in shades of gray to note his supposed ambivalence.

Yet 50 years ago, Ike’s actions were not hard to see. They were bright, bold and bewildering to many leading Democrats. The political ancestors of today’s Democrats did not share the view that Ike didn’t do enough at Little Rock; they believed he had done too much.

Democrats on the 101st Airborne

As the 101st Airborne soldiers executed Eisenhower’s orders and escorted the Little Rock Nine into Central High in September 1957, many in the Democratic establishment convulsed with rage.

Democratic Sen. John Sparkman of Alabama, who had run against Ike in 1952 as Adlai Stevenson’s vice presidential nominee, complained that “occupying Little Rock has brought about further deterioration of relations and further embitterment between our Negro and white citizens.”

Even deadlier venom was spewed by Democratic Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia. In a letter to the White House, he explicitly compared the 101st Airborne troops to Hitler’s storm troopers.

Meanwhile, Russell’s protégé, Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas, sought a middle ground in the soil of moral equivalence by saying, “There should be no troops from either side patrolling our school campuses anywhere.”

In a letter to former Secretary of State Dean Acheson, he sneered that the president “may find that getting the troops out is a much more difficult proposition than getting them in.”

Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts even more skillfully navigated the Little Rock minefield. “The Supreme Court’s ruling on desegregation of schools is the law of the land,” he told a reporter, “and though there may be disagreement over the president’s leadership on this issue, there is no denying that he alone had the ultimate responsibility for deciding what steps are necessary to see that the law is faithfully executed.”

In one sentence, Kennedy vaguely reassured Northern liberals that he backed the Brown decision while hinting to Southern Democrats that he did not wholly support the president’s actions.

Great political fact site - CHECK IT OUT if you haven't already

Civil Rights myths taught to all THX to the PROGRESSIVES- must read

MONDAY, APRIL 26, 2010 AT 11:44AM
By Kay B. Day

I had a long conversation this weekend with a young woman who is sharp and educated, but held firmly in place by Democrat politics. This is partly a result of history taught in public schools. As we chatted, it became apparent she believed some myths Democrats love to promote.

Among them:

•JFK eagerly promoted civil rights legislation from the time he was in the Senate. [Not.]

•There are no legislators with past ties to the Ku Klux Klan in the Democrat Party. All the racists joined the Republican Party [Not.]

•Democrat policies are consistent with increasing job opportunities for African-Americans in sectors such as landscaping, hotel and lodging, amusement parks and restaurants. [Not.]

•Democrats would never undermine the US Constitution. [Not.]

•The first president to sign civil rights legislation was a Democrat. [Not, and this one is an outright lie taught in most public school history classes.]

•Democrats are the party of the people! They would never cater to special interests. [Not. Check out Goldman Sach’s political contributions dating to the 1990s.]

•There are no black Republicans! [Not.]

What I tried to tell this engaging young woman is that there are no angels in the world of politics. I further explained that the leading proponent of H-2B visas, Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.), is influenced by large employers in landscaping, hotel and lodging, amusement parks and roofing and contractors’ groups. Those employers claim no unskilled Americans will fill jobs in these sectors.

I didn’t try to convert this young woman into a Republican, by the way. I did tell her to think for herself and if someone made a claim—even a history teacher—she should check it out.

I further explained that significant increases in illegal immigrants due to de facto open border policies in both Republican and Democrat administrations have strained entitlements for single mothers and others who rely on government care.

I explained further that much anger towards the GOP comes directly from GOP supporters who are fed up with our ever-expanding federal government that is currently expanding even more under Congressional Democrats and our president. The federal government is concerned about the well-being of those who come into the country illegally.

But the federal government should tell the truth to those who come here legally and to those who need that famous ‘helping hand’ Democrats like to tout. You are in competition with a labor group made up of both legal and illegal workers.

The minute a political party starts talking to you on the basis of your skin color or anyone else’s, you should be aware they are undermining every value those of us who worked for civil rights believe in.

We are all Americans and that is the position a well-intentioned party should take. To take any other path is a dangerous approach because it undermines civil order.

It’s an American right to choose your politics. It’s also a good idea to be informed.

As President Barack Obama appeals to "young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women who powered our victory in 2008 [to] stand together once again", it would be an honorable thing to tell those same constituencies what identity politics will cost them.


Homes of the Founding Fathers - AWESOME links

George Mason's Gunston Hall

George Washington's Mount Vernon

James Madison's Montpelier

Noah Webster's Home

Patrick Henry's Red Hill

Thomas Jefferson's Monticello

Do you know this man? David Barton

If you don't YOU MUST. Go to wikipedia asap...better yet as seen on Glenn Beck go to and you will see one unbelievable patriot!!

Sixteen African-American men served in the US Congress during the Reconstruction period.

Another offshoot link from the unequaled

YOU FOUNDING FATHERS & HISTORY lovers visit this site NOW!!

Michelle Malkin - PrezBO, America's Selective Salary Policeman

GREAT article in National Review with a ton of FACTS (not opinion).....


APRIL 30, 2010 12:00 A.M.
Barack Obama, America’s Selective Salary Policeman
“At some point, you have made enough money” is not a maxim that Obama’s team of rich CEOs and well-paid bureaucrats has ever observed.

President Obama spoke the most revealing and clarifying ten words of his control-freak administration this week: “I think at some point you have made enough money.” Peddling financial regulatory reform at a rally in Quincy, Ill., Obama then ad-libbed peculiar definitions of what he called the “American way” and the profit motive: “You can just keep on making it if you’re providing a good product or providing good service. We don’t want people to stop, ah, fulfilling the core responsibilities of the financial system to help grow our economy.”
Fundamental lesson of Capitalism 101: Governments and bureaucrats don’t make what people want and need. They only get in the way. It is individuals, cooperating peacefully and voluntarily, working together without mandate or central design, who produce the world’s goods and services. They make what people desire and demand for themselves, not what Obama and his imperial overlords ordain that the masses should have.

As usual, Obama’s populist demagoguery is telling in its omissions and selectivity. While he lectures on the morality of salary caps for everyone else, his own cabinet is filled with fabulously wealthy CEOs and statist creatures who have parlayed government employment (a “good” service) into private gain as lobbyists, consultants, and advisers (“core responsibilities of the financial system”), and then back again to public stints. Revolving doors have always grown the Beltway economy.

To wit: Austan Goolsbee, head of Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board, is the 15th wealthiest member of the Obama administration, with assets valued at between $1,146,000 to $2,715,000. He also pulled in a University of Chicago salary of $465,000 and additional wages and honoraria worth $93,000, according to Washingtonian magazine.

What “good” did he provide? The government research fellow and Obama campaign adviser was a champion of extending credit to the uncreditworthy. In a 2007 op-ed for the New York Times, he derided those who called subprime mortgages “irresponsible.” He preferred to describe them as “innovations in the mortgage market” to expand the pool of homebuyers. Now this wrong-headed academic who espoused government policies that fed the housing feeding frenzy is in charge of fixing the loose-credit mess he advocated. This is the “American way”?

After 16 years in Congress, four years in the Clinton administration as budget director and chief of staff, and a lifetime of schmoozing in the halls of power, Obama’s CIA director, Leon Panetta, cashed in big. He’s sitting on up to $4 million in assets. While he has zero experience in intelligence matters, he has extensive experience in parlaying his past political tours of duty into lucrative speaking gigs, consulting fees, and stock options. Welcome to Obama-approved entrepreneurship.

By Obama’s definition, first lady Michelle Obama is a model capitalist. Remember: After serving with real-estate mogul Valerie Jarrett in Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley’s administration, Mrs. Obama took a post at the University of Chicago Medical Center, where Jarrett was serving as vice-chair of the medical center’s board of trustees. Mrs. Obama was promoted in 2005 after her husband won his U.S. Senate race with Jarrett’s invaluable aid. As “vice president for community and external affairs” and head of the “business diversity program,” her annual compensation nearly tripled from $122,000 in 2004 to $317,000 in 2005. Even after she went on leave in 2007 to help her husband on the presidential campaign trail, the hospital paid Mrs. Obama $62,709 in 2008, prompting one skeptic to ask: “We know this is Chicago, but isn’t $63,000 quite a lot for a no-show job?”

Jarrett, of course, is now White House senior adviser to the chief spender of other people’s money. And the first lady is now using her new taxpayer-funded position to tell folks not only how they should eat, but also which “good” restaurants and groceries should be built in their neighborhoods.

If there were any doubts left about the Obamas’ ideological commitment to wealth redistribution and a command-and-control economy, those doubts have been thoroughly removed. We have a commander-in-chief who presumes to know when you have earned “enough,” who believes that only those who provide what he deems “good” products and services should “keep on making it,” and who has determined that the role of American entrepreneurs is not to pursue their own self-interest, but to fulfill their “core” responsibility as dutiful growers of the collective economy.

That famous mock-up poster of Obama as the creepy socialist Joker has never seemed more apt.

The Executive Director of the NRSC, Rob Jesmer, IS AN IDIOT again! Good stuff. You can't make this up and until we truly get past this garbage and go with RIGHT & WRONG AND that's the closest to my principles we are doomed to continue embarrassing our founding fathers!!

Monday, April 19, 2010

The CRAZY Iceland Volcano that has held a continent hostage - PICTURE

This has to be one of the 4 or 5 best pictures i have seen in recent memory. Complements to
Just awe-inspiring!!!

Whistleblower - Some US Politicians kept off-shore accounts in UBS Swiss Bank Scandal


Whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld: Some U.S. pols kept off-shore accounts with UBS
Friday, April 16th 2010, 4:00 AM

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A former banker who blew the whistle on thousands of secret bank accounts rich Americans held at Swiss giant UBS claimed Thursday some U.S. politicians also kept off-shore accounts with the bank.

"We had an office in Washington that we all referred to as the PEP office - for 'Politically Exposed People,'" Bradley Birkenfeld said.

He was speaking by phone - on tax day, no less - from Schuylkill County federal prison in Pennsylvania, where he is serving a 40-month sentence for his role in the tax evasion scheme.

"Only top managers from the bank knew the names of the political clients," Birkenfeld said.

Executives from the bank's U.S. subsidiary, UBS America, he added, helped promote those off-shore accounts through a New York "referral desk" that steered U.S. clients to their Swiss colleagues, and through dozens of high society events that the U.S. subsidiary often sponsored.

"We have no knowledge of this allegation," Karina Byrne, a spokeswoman for the Swiss bank's U.S. subsidiary, UBS America, said of the Washington office claim. "We are unaware of its having been raised previously."

Byrne added that "no U.S. or Americas management [of UBS] were implicated" in the tax evasion scheme.

Birkenfeld spoke even as his lawyers were filing a petition with the Justice Department seeking clemency from President Obama.

Whistleblower advocates across the country regard the government's treatment of Birkenfeld as a colossal disgrace. After all, federal prosecutors admit the information he voluntarily provided them in 2007 led to their uncovering the biggest tax fraud in U.S. history.

UBS pleaded guilty last year to conspiring to defraud the government and helping U.S. clients hide up to $20 billion in assets from the IRS.

The bank admitted that between 2000 and 2007 as many as 50 of its bankers traveled to this country from Switzerland every few months. None of them, including Birkenfeld, a U.S. citizen, was licensed to transact business in this country. They came with encrypted computers and met with each client to service accounts.

The bank even trained its bankers in avoiding detection by U.S. regulators.

UBS agreed to pay a $780 million fine, closed down its cross-border U.S. business and subsequently promised in a deal with Attorney General Eric Holder to turn over the names of 4,500 of some 19,000 American clients.

That agreement has rocked the entire Swiss banking system, and the Swiss government has yet to approve the deal.

Birkenfeld's sensational revelations touched off a stampede by rich Americans to declare their off-shore accounts. Nearly 15,000 people stepped forward to the IRS last year, many of them paying back taxes or fines, compared with only 100 in a normal year.

About a half-dozen former UBS clients have since been convicted of criminal tax evasion. And yesterday, the Justice Department announced the arrest or indictment of another seven.

In almost every case, the culprits have escaped with virtually no time behind bars.

Nor has any executive of UBS been brought to justice. The harshest sentence has gone to whistleblower Birkenfeld.

Prosecutors say that's because he withheld information about his own dealings with California billionaire Igor Olenicoff, a former UBS client who pleaded guilty in 2007 to tax charges and paid a $52 million fine and received probation.

Birkenfeld has provided e-mail correspondence, however, that shows he did give information on Olenicoff to both the IRS and a U.S. Senate Committee investigating off-shore bank accounts.

Instead of scapegoating the guy who broke this fraud case wide open, the government should start tracking down the biggest clients, politicians and top UBS executives at the center of it all.

Washington Post - Obama's reading habits vs the past Presidents

Great article well worth a few moments of our life we can't get back....see paragraph below and click on over.

By Tevi Troy
Sunday, April 18, 2010
As the battle over health-care reform crescendoed last month, President Obama let slip that he was still making time for some side reading. "We've been talking about health care for nearly a century," the president told a crowd at Arcadia University in Pennsylvania. "I'm reading a biography of Teddy Roosevelt right now. He was talking about it."

Is Obama Administration behind an Astroturf anti-Tea Party Website?

REDSTATE at it again...sorry if you are seeing alot of this but they are putting some really interesting things out these days.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Obama is at it again. He is gonna throw his back out bowing I SWEAR

Hey, what can you say about this one......priceless

Tax Day picks from the Good STUFF

by Elizabeth Simson
Tea party express protesters gathered in Freedom Square in Washington DC today, to protest against what they see as too much government spending, increasing taxes and unsustainable national debt.

Speakers rallied the crowd with talk of the dreaded VAT tax, unfair media bias, charges of racism and the rallying cry of Conservative Victory 2012. Michele Bachmann was a huge hit with the tea party protesters and called on people across the nation to show their unhappiness with Congress by voting out the incumbents in November.

There was a small group of protestors, but they stayed on the outskirts of the rally.

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Senator Mack quits Sen.Crist as his campaign chair

And this was one of his best friends on earth.....what does that tell you? Rubio or no Rubio this is must read IMO. Check it out please.

Surprise - Obama's biggest contributor in campaign - Goldman Sachs

This is a true stunner I know....uhh not really. Great read please hit the link. Worth a few moments of our life.

President Obama has portrayed himself as the scourge of Wall Street, but that's not how Goldman Sachs's employees and executives saw in in 2008. In his successful White House bid, Obama had no better source of funds: He raised $996,595 from people identifying Goldman as their employer.
Let's put that number in perspective:
It's the most any politician has raised from a single company since campaign finance reform.
It was four times what John McCain raised from Goldman.
It's more than the combined Goldman Sachs total of every Republican in 2008 running for President, House, and Senate.

Read more at the Washington Examiner:

Stu's response on Glenn's behalf WaPost - Social Justice

What Glenn Beck meant about social justice
By Stu Burguiere
executive producer, The Glenn Beck Program>

Like everyone else in America, Glenn Beck thinks "social justice" ---if its defined as charitable outreach to the poor----is a good idea. He supports it, he believes in it, he does it.

So, what's the problem? I mean, "social justice" seems like such an innocuous phrase, right? It paints a picture of fairness. I guess that's why Father Charles Coughlin used it when naming his National Union for Social Justice and his publication Social Justice Weekly. Coughlin was an anti-Semitic religious broadcaster in the 1930s, and he used the banner of social justice to attack capitalism, warn of Jewish plots against "Christian civilization", and to promote his adoration for Italian Fascist Benito Mussolini.

This is part of the information Glenn revealed in a special TV show about American extremism of the 20th century. In the context of promoting that special, he began talking about how the far left was once again using this terminology to politicize churches. The specific example he named was Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

He told his listeners that if they were in a church that preaches Jeremiah Wright-style social justice, they should leave--or at least get educated on what exactly that means. It took him all of eight seconds to clarify the type of church he was speaking of, but that was long enough for most in the media to end the transcript.

Suddenly, Glenn was accused of attacking the central tenets of the bible, because he supposedly believed that any church that wants to help the poor should be immediately evacuated. This absurd narrative is mainly the product of Rev. Jim Wallis.

To restate the obvious, some simply use the term "social justice" as a substitute for "outreach to the poor." This is not the kind of "social justice" Glenn was talking about. The fact that this term has been utilized for purposes other than good Christian charity is well documented. One scholar explained it quite clearly: "it is true that term [has] been used by the right and the left for all kinds of ideological purposes that aren't necessarily the purposes of Christ." That scholar was Jim Wallis.

But for Wallis to continue getting attention, he must act as if he believes Glenn is against churches helping the poor. Any honest observer would realize that isn't the case. Is anyone on earth against charitable outreach to the poor?

Certainly not Glenn.

In his book Arguing With Idiots, Glenn describes helping those less fortunate as an "obligation." He wrote that capitalism "will inevitably fail if individuals stop caring about the welfare of others." He just believes the bulk of the help should come from people like you and me, not government bureaucracy. When is the last time you felt charitable on April 15?

Of course, these attacks are just opportunistic politics. Jim Wallis - and his politically motivated faux anger - are now doing interviews about Glenn at the pace of a fame seeking Tiger Woods mistress. The left is taking a break from calling Glenn too religious, to call him not religious enough.

But Wallis' repeated attempts at becoming the victim are laughable. He wrote to Glenn: "I have no reason to attack you." Some would find that sentence questionable, considering he's a spiritual advisor to President Obama. The New York Times reported Wallis was one of five pastors meeting with the Obamas for private prayer sessions and "discussions on the role of religion in politics." The Times noted "In contrast to the other four, his contact with the president has been focused more on policy than prayer." Time magazine notes "he has the ear of the man in the Oval Office." (During their reporting of Wallis' attacks on Glenn, both Time and the New York Times mysteriously forgot their own reporting on this topic.) A report by Religious News Service says Wallis is one of a small group helping to "shape decisions about the Iraq war, health care reform and the economy."

It's up to Americans to decide whether this--or any--level of presidential access is appropriate for someone like Wallis. Just 13 days after 9-11 he was already blaming the attacks on the "sins" of U.S. foreign policy including "global domination" and "militarism." He hoped 9-11 would become a "teachable moment" in which we could all learn our role in creating "desperation" among the terrorists. "Desperate people do desperate things," he explained. He later described our foreign policy as "dangerously messianic" "arrogant" and "bordering on the idolatrous and blasphemous."

Wallis is just as revealing when speaking of his current economic views: "I'm not a liberal, I'm a radical." Asked if he was calling for the redistribution of wealth across society, he responded: "Absolutely. Without any hesitation. That's what the gospel is all about." This is a man that believes an affluent church is no less than "an affront to the gospel" and he's talking about Glenn being divisive?

But, on the bright side, he has illuminated some common ground between Glenn and the President. While Wallis describes Rev. Wright as "mainstream", both the President and Glenn believe that leaving churches like Rev. Wright's is a good idea. The difference is that Glenn just advised it. The president actually did it.

Stu Burguiere is executive producer of The Glenn Beck Program

Breitbart from a tweet earlier NICE

RT@andrewbreitbart: People who live in Bill Ayers' philosophical zip code should not throw extremist/homegrown-terrorist rhetorical stones!!

me- I just love this, you?

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Its Tax Day and more IMPORTANTLY Tea Party Day

Need I say more! I so wish I could have attended the day rallies but I can assure you as always doing my part as much as possible. Got someone hooked on some Glenn Beck thx to Youtube & that beautiful CPAC speech &&&&& on Ronald Reagan thanks to his 64 speech on Barry Goldwater!!! I'm giving it all I got!!

Monday, April 12, 2010

HUGE NEWS - SEIU Head Andy Stern to resign asap

I wish this was good news but I would literally probably fall over dead should it be even ok news. Stern is apparently doing what alot of folks thought he might before now to go into other levels of the web of pure garbage that is the liberal/progressive hierarchy and ESPECIALLY what has become Washington DC. again - 3am call to the whitehouse !!??

I wish this shocked me but it doesn't. I'm not outraged either so please lets not go there but its like yet again more of the Iran protesters situation. The most vocal and damn SEEN president in US history and yet he disappears at the weirdest times, huh?

For the 3rd time in this fine blog....this yet again comes from the sweet site of

The Heritage Foundation is playing ball NOW!

this may not sound like anything sexy that gets your attention but TRUST me and please read the article it will help somewhat. THIS is huge because where substance is the order of the day on anything AND ESPECIALLY THIS the conservatives whip the liberals asses when it comes to things like this. NOW they are making the behind the scenes moves to take advantage of all the things on the table their liberal opposites have for years now.


Friday, April 9, 2010

Bart Stupak's wife on her husband: "His word is his bond."

OK, I excrement you not. This was from an interview either late yesterday or early today that part I missed. I think there really is no true need for elaborating here. Like a fine wine I will just let this one breathe!!!!

Stupak is as Stupak does SIR! Guess who's retiring?

Yes everybody's enemy Bart Stupak. And as I just heard him say this evening in an interview he has no doubt he would have won the election had he not retired at the ripe ol age of his major post-retirement (just before the trip to Mayberry to go fishing)upcoming activity is keeping the seat in the Crackhead party formerly known as the Democrats (we really need to get a symbol for this, something PROGRESSIVE HEHE wouldn't you say, ala prince).
Well isn't that special.
From the fine fine site RedState

Thursday, April 8, 2010

DON't tread on me--->>One minute a flag will be flying in the CONN capitol the next minute...ahh, not so much,0,7026357.story

No comments on this just literal make the call !!!
Tea Party activists won't be permitted to fly the Gadsden Flag over the state Capitol after all.

State Capitol police today reversed an earlier decision to allow the bright yellow "Don't Tread On Me" banner to flutter from the highly visible flagpole after learning that activists had planned a political rally following the flag-raising ceremony.

But Tea Party activists said today they plan to go ahead with the flag-raising – they plan to bring their own flagpole.

"It went from being a flag-raising ceremony to a political event,'' Acting Capitol police Chief Walter Lee said. "They are using it as a launching pad for [candidates for] public office."

Tea Party activists view the flag as a historic symbol of American defiance, but critics say the familiar flag with the image of a coiled rattlesnake is now associated with the controversial political movement.

Tea Party groups have unfurled it at rallies across the nation, and some Republican members of Congress, who hung it from a balcony at the U.S. Capitol before a vote on the health care overhaul.

"Generally speaking, most people would agree the top of the Capitol is not the place for partisan political flags," said state Rep. Michael Lawlor, a Democrat from East Haven and co-chairman of the legislature's judiciary committee.

The Connecticut Tea Party Patriots, a loose-knit group of activists from across the state, had received permission from the state Capitol police to fly the flag from Friday through April 15.

The state's policy regarding flags specifies that only flags from the U.S., its states or territories, recognized Indian tribes, nations with which the U.S. has diplomatic relations and military organizations can fly at the highly visible spot over the state Capitol.

The Gadsden Flag dates to 1775 and is named for Christopher Gadsden, a delegate to the Continental Congress. It has long been associated with the U.S. Marine Corps, and that apparently was why it got the Capitol OK.

Lee said he initially granted permission because the flag is a symbol of the U.S. Marine Corps. The Tea Party group had wanted to fly it in connection with Patriots Day.

But permission was recinded when he learned that the Connecticut Tea Party Patriots was plannign to host a press conference with political candidates after the flag-raising.

Said Lawlor, "It doesn't sound like this is an event honoring the Marine Corps.''

Patriots coordinator Tanya Bachand rejects the notion that her group has a partisan agenda, even though it is supporting candidates in the November election. She says the group isn't allied with Republicans or Democrats, but rather is focused on promoting grass-roots activism.

"It's a nice encapsulation of the American spirit," Bachand said. "We are a strong-willed, independent people and given the chance, we can flourish."

The debate harkens back to another flag controversy that erupted at the Capitol in 1999.

Gay rights received permission to fly the rainbow flag, which drew criticism from socially conservative lawmakers and resulted in the policy limiting what flags can be hoisted at the highly visible spot. The Capitol flagpole "really should be limited to honoring countries and causes that are completely non-partisan and non controversial,'' Lawlor said.

Bachand said her group still hopes to work out a compromise. It has agreed to scrap the political rally and press conference if Capitol police permit the flag to hang. "They still said no,'' she said.

But even if the flag cannot be officially flown from a Capitol flagpole, the tea party group plans to have a flag-raising of its own. The group will bring another Gadsden Flag and a small flagpole to the Capitol tomorrow morning and hold the ceremony as planned.

"Since when did liberty become a controversial topic?'' Bachand asked. "The important thing is the flag-raising, not the press conference.''

PrezBO Obama bans College Internships BUT only in FREE ENTERPRISE (

I can't say enough (I was emailing this out to my wonderful wife and some friends by 7am this morning, MUCH thx Erick Erickson) how big of a deal this is. This is the stuff that drives the left nuts of the Glenn Beck-ian level. I can only pray he will flat rip this apart in fact, fiction, truth, and consequence like he does most everything. PLZ READ THIS AND READ EVERY SINGLE WORD. If you read this and think WTF, who cares or so what...I personally challenge you to bring this up to 1 or 2 or 3 people you really respect in your life and see what they have to say. I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE THIS IS OUR AMERICA.....cause I would and have/am currently betting my soul that it is not. Lets find out in the coming months what say you?

Barack Obama Bans College Internships, But Only in Free Enterprise
Barack Obama wants college students to operate as he did in getting his job — get it first and then develop the skills through on the job training.
Posted by Erick Erickson (Profile)
Thursday, April 8th at 5:00AM EDT
“Barack Obama is opposed to an individual’s right to make the individual’s own decisions about what is in the individual’s own best interest.”
I suggested once that Barack Obama is naive when it comes to the American free enterprise system, but let’s just scratch that. The man really is trying to dismantle it and remake it in his own image — that of a law school professor who champions “public interest” work over the business of America, which is to say business itself.

This has been happening across America in academia where professors are gladly dismantling programs that teach, for example, law students how to be corporate lawyers and work in business in favor of training up an army of public interest liberals who sue the state in the name of progress to stop progress.

Barack Obama, coming from that culture, wants the nation to do the same. The Wall Street Journal is reporting the Obama administration is banning internships within private businesses.

Ponder that — Barack Obama is destroying another aspect of the free enterprise system.

Barack Obama is telling teenagers and college students, who are now suffering through a 26% unemployment rate, that they are not allowed to volunteer their time in the free market in exchange for acquiring valuable and relevant job skills that might, just might, get them off the unemployment line — and that ignores the ability to make valuable connections through networking in the workplace and build relationships for future careers and opportunities. The lost opportunity just of the loss of networking and relationship building is overwhelming and will put some college students who did not go to the right school or belong to the right fraternity or sorority or come from the right town at a serious, serious disadvantage.

“If … you want to pursue an internship with a for-profit employer, there aren’t going to be many circumstances where you can have an internship and not be paid and still be in compliance with the law,” the Labor Department’s Nancy J. Leppink tells the New York Times.

The Times also quotes Trudy Steinfeld, director of New York University’s Office of Career Services, regarding opportunities for unpaid internships. “A few famous banks have called and said, ‘We’d like to do this,’ said Ms. Steinfeld. “I said, ‘No way. You will not list on this campus.’” To be fair, she doesn’t want a Labor Department enforcer knocking on her door next week. But we wonder what NYU students trying to get their feet in the doors of financial firms think about Ms. Steinfeld rejecting opportunities on their behalf.

How all of this helps young people who are trying to develop marketable skills is a mystery.

Since the nation was formed and even before that, apprenticeships and then internships have been a key way for students to acquire valuable jobs skills. Companies would, frequently through college programs, agree to put a student to work teaching the student a trade. The company would get free labor and the student would, at no cost, get job skills.

It is a tried and true method of acquiring skills in this country. But the Obama administration is declaring such an act against the law.1

If you want to work as a Congressional or White House intern, for Organizing for America, or any other non-profit, they’ll let you do it. But if you want to actually work for a business that produces goods and services in the free market? You’re screwed as is the business. And guess what? Existing workers will be spread more thinly and college kids will wait longer and longer for jobs.

Barack Obama is opposed to the American free enterprise system. Barack Obama is opposed to an individual’s right to make the individual’s own decisions about what is in the individual’s own best interest.

Gibbs matter-o-factly informs us Netanyahu might be MIA.

I don't have the experience, the connections, or the long term knowledge to speak on this anymore than what I hear on Bill Bennett's show for instance & Beck & Ingraham.... Last I really saw there is still backing from the awesome Jewish community for the Obama administration...and I am every single day more clueless literally from a damn Monday-Sunday. I claim nothing other than to point out what I/WE don't want or need a controversial Beck or Hannity to say. WTF is Obama doing with our friends & our enemies? Anybody? Seriously? We have literally all but pee peed in Israel's cornflakes and they are literally the only group this administration is yet to have any version of a confrontation or a stand-off with.....OK LUCY (if you haven't heard many of my rants...>Lucy always equals the antithesis which generally is at best Liberals and at worst the anti-christ AKA Progressives)you got SUM SPLAININ 2DO!!!!

This was the report my a NO ARGUMENT EVEN FROM THE DAMN CRACKHEAD LEFT----> Major Garrett today said the following -----at Tuesday's Whitehouse briefing Gibbs hinted at the fact that Netanyahu may cancel his DC trip.
The Family Guy, Gibbs direct quote was:
"Israel will be here; I'm not sure if he's coming. "

Individual Liberties -

The word for the day. Can you say Individual Liberties boys and girls? Well sure you can. Gimme a break. They will use the commerce clause at some point when they start taxing the friggin air we breath!!!

How nice. The MSM are gonna have a cat fight over book rights

INSTEAD of being our damn eyes, ears, and voice.......stunner I know if you watch much if any reports from say overseas reasonably unpartisan papers and pundits vs the clowns we have today. I will say again; I have no doubt the greats of the past must be rolling over in their grave. *NOTE* I copied a portion of the linked article below but you need to definitely hit the link to see it all.

The communications team at the White House has an extremely difficult job -- and I admire how hard Ben Rhodes, Bill Burton, Tommy Vietor, and of course Robert Gibbs and others work to connect the President's policy direction with a communications effort that furthers the Obama agenda.

The role of the White House press corps is to engage this team and work on public's behalf to report not only on what they are fed by the communications team but what they are not.

There are good friendships between White House media and those they cover inside the White House -- but they can't be FRIENDS in the fullest sense. They are supposed to be rivals, wrestling over stories and the truth that is conveyed through the media to American citizens.

But an unhealthy pattern is developing in this White House -- a trend that may very well have been a part of other presidencies as well -- but what is happening today needs comment.

Some journalists seem to be putting their self interest above their responsibilities to the public as well as their employers.

As Howard Kurtz and Glenn Greenwald have both commented, many White House correspondents and other top tier journalists want to write Obama books.

Anything with "Obama" on it is running at a huge premium in the book publication market.

But the kind of books that sell need "inside access" and this is something that the communications team at the White House doles out minimally, and increasingly, only when favors are part of the arrangement.

What I have learned after discussions over the last several days with several journalists who either have regular access to the White House or are part of the White House press corps is that there is a growing sense that access is traded for positive stories -- or perhaps worse, an agreement that things learned will not be reported in the near term.

MUST LISTEN - Why the pledge of allegiance

I had to put this back through. Here is the test if you just dont' know what you believe where you are in life or if people like Anthony drive me MOTHERFREAKIN INSANE. WELL here is your test. If this doesn't grab your heart and make you forward it on as far as I am concerned I will still love you as a friend but you are as much a part of the problem as PrezBO & the PROGRESSIVES. Plz copy & paste below my republic loving friends!!!! YOU WILL GET FIRED UP!!


Harry Reid just doesn't get why anyone is upset

THIS SMALL PART IS MY WORDS NOT THE ARTICLE WRITER---->Tea Party or otherwise....and this is a straight up speech by him not some attempt at taking things out of context. Check this out from the fine folks at
By JOY TIZ | Published: APRIL 6, 2010
Lame Duck Senator, Harry Reid who was welcomed by a throng of “more than 100 close supporters” in Searchlight, Nevada claims that Tea Partiers have no idea what they’re upset about:

“But he expressed confusion about what the Tea Party movement wants when its members call for more liberty and freedom and cite the Constitution in denouncing what they see as an expansion of the federal government, including with health care reform.”

“‘The people who are really upset don’t really know why they’re upset,’ Reid said.”

“‘What do they mean?’ Reid said he wonders when they call for more liberty and freedom.”

Reid is understanably confused about the concepts of liberty and freedom. He should have gone to the anti-Reid rally which drew 10,000–someone there could have explained this libery and freedom business to hapless Harry.

“‘I’m not a big poll guy,’ Reid said, dismissing surveys with a wave of his hand. ‘Everyone who knows me knows I have never paid attention to polls. The only poll that matters is the one on Election Day.”‘ Uh huh.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Obama Care Bumper Sticker - What say You?

Dems livid - (I LIKE IT ALREADY)

Recently elected VA gov declares April Confederate History Month -- Dems livid on Obama Assassination program - U make the call

The GOVT gave a Energy Star Rating to a Giant Clock Powered by Gasoline

NO REALLY. Read this jewel involving the EPA & Energy Dept on their GREEN horndog humping Energy Star rating and that damn Crack-Head/Little Bus Accounting number they will trot out everytime....this program has saved Americans thus far $17Billion Dollars....coming from people that just announced we need a damn socialist european VAT tax to help with the debt when these fools have done nothing to rane in the damn spending. THIS VAT TAX WILL BE NOTHING MORE THAN A DAMN HEROIN ADDICT WINNING LOTTERY. THATS NOT REHAB BITCH. YOU JUST GET ALOT MORE HEROIN NOW????? Any Questions?

Anyway enough of that unscheduled rant. Check this out and i especially love the damn fly strips part of the story. Its friggin unbelievable straight up.

Part of President Obama's health care bill depends on the government telling doctors and hospitals what are purportedly the most efficient medical procedures they should use. Americans are supposed to trust Mr. Obama's bureaucrats over their own doctors. Meanwhile, a new report from the Government Accountability Office shows that the Obama administration has been an utter failure at identifying the efficiency of a wide range of products. As government encroaches on more aspects of American life, the federal bureaucracy is increasingly incompetent.

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy are charged with identifying how energy-efficient different products are. They claim that 98 percent of the products they test meet or exceed Energy Star requirements, which are government benchmarks used to regulate greater efficiency. Yet a sting by GAO investigators showed that the government agencies incorrectly identified as "efficient" 15 of 20 bogus products submitted by GAO for testing. No action was taken on two of the 20 products. Overall, the government made the correct decision on 11 percent of the test products.

As the Washington saying forewarns, the difference between 98 percent and 11 percent is close enough for government work.

Most disturbingly, the absurd products in question shouldn't have been close calls. Take the so-called "room air cleaner." The product was a space heater with a duster sticking out of the top and several fly strips attached. The picture submitted to the government of the bogus product is pretty hilarious - but the bureaucracy gave the contraption the federal stamp of approval.

Among the other ridiculous items the government certified as energy-efficient was a petroleum-powered timepiece that was described as a "generator-sized clock run on gasoline." Such a machine obviously would be energy-inefficient. Moving the heavy beast alone would keep greens awake at night worrying about wasted energy, making the alarm on the clock superfluous.

News of these phony approvals has bureaucrats running for high ground. While defensively insisting that they take the tests "seriously," the EPA and Energy Department immediately issued a statement defending their testing and telling the public it should not lose confidence in the government program to monitor efficiency ratings. Incorrigibly, the feds again pointed to their own discredited 98 percent accuracy rate and implausibly claimed the Energy Star program has so far saved Americans $17 billion on their electricity bills.

However much the EPA and Energy Department protest, government agencies will never be as careful as private companies in getting consumers what they want. Shareholders lose their own money if they deceive consumers. If a business had an accuracy rate that was 87 percent lower than what it claimed, few customers would line up to buy its products. Just consider how quickly people stopped buying Toyotas amid charges of dangerous brake failure and electrical problems in a small percentage of the millions of cars sold by the Japanese automaker whose main selling point is reliability.

Given Mr. Obama's massive expansion of the federal leviathan, the defeatist quip "close enough for government work" could become the refrain for a new national anthem.

Net Neutrality - Smack that bitch up! What say You?

First I imagine unless you are a close follower of the happenings in DC and conspiracy theories on the total left/right wing of things or just do alot of reading and probably have no clue what the hell Net Neutrality is but let me just put a lil bit of wisdom here together and a link to help you get the gist. 1st, much like the fairness doctrine (for that matter now that i have said that first part of the sentence just consider this the damn broadband internet version of the fairness doctrine for am/fm radio) the sorry ass government YET AGAIN would have total control over our entire internet and every website putting any content out and decide what was ok & what wasn't based on their version of fairness, right, & wrong.
OK, CAN WE SAY YET A-FREAKIN-AGAIN here we are in the redistribution of EVERYTHING when it comes to the internet. knowledge, $, etc, etc.



The Flip-Flop 5 ! Better than Oceans 11 huh?

The Flip-Flop 5 are those fine 5 folks that its said the GOP Targets Lawmakers Who mysteriously switched their votes on ObamaCare - HUM. Wonder why?

or you can check it out here at Breitbart TV!!!!

The 9/14 Presidency - Good read

This is lengthy but a very very decent read in the grand scheme of things and a ton of knowledge for those especially that are new to this encyclopedia of never ending important happenings that seem to only happen at a break neck pace so....when you have 15 minutes check this out.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Could you make a Scale version of a Stealth Bomber or SR-71 Blackbird? SIMPLY AMAZING

Nothing political about this however yet again it just goes to show what good old fashioned enginuity can accomplish when left alone OR GOD forbid there might be a profit at the end of the insanely hard work. Check it out when you have 7 minutes. You will not regret.

This is one absolutely amazing remote controlled model airplane. Not only did they build its jet engines, but included a retractable landing gear, and built it into a fully scaled model of the SR-71 "Blackbird" that flies just like the real McCoy. This SR-71 model was built by an Engineer / RC enthusiast in Germany , and is certainly one awesome toy.