Browsing the blog archives for February, 2011

Barack Hussein Obama Bursts Out Of The Closet!

Barack Hussein Obama is looking for a base to fire up, now that a good portion of the country has been made aware that, instead of delivering “hope and change”, his first two years in office showed him to be the wicked, foolish, reckless, and irresponsible empty suit that he tried so hard to hide during his meteoric presidential campaign. Instead of concentrating his efforts on improving the lives of Americans, and as if he doesn’t have his hands full already with a country experiencing a nearly 20% effective rate of unemployment, a housing market turned upside down, a human invasion on our Southern border, scores of states and municipalities facing bankruptcy, a Middle East revolution (with an accompanying price of oil that will prolong our economic malaise), one would think that he has enough upon which to focus his attention, that if he would just stick to finding a cure for these ills, he would do well

Gaddafi Kills Children and Obama Is Reticent To Criticize His Pal in the Middle East

Mail Online reported that the Socialist dictator Muammar Gaddafi is fighting to save his throne by killing his people, including children.

American citizens fleeing the bloody rebellion in Libya today spoke of the traumatic scenes they had witnessed before they left the country.

As a ferry carrying hundreds of Americans trapped in Tripoli landed in Malta and a plane filled with evacuees landed in Turkey, evacuees brought stories of carnage from the streets of Tripoli.

They spoke of children shot with high velocity weapons, helicopters attacking protesters and random shootings of innocent civilians.

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Abby Johnson, Unplanned Comment?

Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood Director is struggling to undo a statement she said. On Thursday, February 10, 2011 at the TX. state capital Abby delivered a message to about 200 pro life advocates. There were many others supporting the sonogram Texas bill HB 201.

Senator Dan Patrick went ahead of her and in his speech said there were going to be exceptions to a bill making sonograms viewable to abortion minded women. When I asked “Why” there was no answer. Abby Johnson comes up to speak later and at 6:22 minutes into her speech she says ” and no matter what the situation is for a woman a child never deserves to be killed”. I ask “not even in rape?” and she looks right at me and then away. Her next statement totally contradicts her 100% pro life previous statement. She states

Arguing Against the Garage Door Politician: The Importance of Civic Involvement

This is the first in a series of articles on the essence of running for office. The theme of my articles will be about strategies and casualties found along the campaign trail. I will discuss what makes a good candidate and what makes a campaign successful.

I will not be discussing ideology or policy in these articles. I have a strong ideological belief system, and acknowledge how important the issues are in American public life. However, in order to deploy your policy affirmation, you first have to cross the finish line, and that is why these articles are worth reading.

A basic instinctive premise of running for office should be civic engagement. However, too many of our candidates skip this important step. Instead, they decide to go from zero to hero and usually end up unsuccessful in their political ambitions. Let’s discuss the decline of civic engagement, candidates who fall victim to disengagement and the solution to this growing problem that I like to call “the garage door politician.”

GM Stock Drops Below IPO Price, Blows $40M On Fantasy Carbon Credits

Although Government Motors proudly claims to have paid back all of the TARP funds sunk into the company by George Bush and Barack Obama, Sen. Chuck Grassley has already pointed out that they have paid back their loans using other bailout money.

Back in April of 2010 we learned:

Sen. Chuck Grassley’s charge was backed up by the inspector general for the bailout — also known as the Trouble Asset Relief Program, or TARP. Watchdog Neil Barofsky told Fox News, as well as the Senate Finance Committee, that General Motors used bailout money to pay back the federal government.

“It appears to be nothing more than an elaborate TARP money shuffle,” Grassley, the ranking Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, said in a letter Thursday to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.