Friday, February 27, 2009
Even though the destruction in Gaza was caused by Hamas, Obama is planning to give the Palestinians $900 million to rebuild. That's right folks, he's giving money that we don't have to our enemies so they can rebuild and continue to attack one of our strongest allies.
Meanwhile, the pernicious shrew who once kissed Arafat's wife will smile as she sells out America and Israel.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
The signs, entitled, "YOUR RIGHTS with border patrol agents on this bus," makes three points:
• If you're a U.S. citizen, you don't have to prove it.
• If you're not a U.S. citizen and are 18 or older, you must show your immigration papers to federal agents.
• Everyone has the right to remain silent.
Why this sudden flurry of ACLU activity? Because the Border Patrol beefed up its presence in the region, and in October it began conducting random roadside stops at checkpoints located at and within the international border to combat, what it says, is a real threat to national security. How dare they.
The 2010 Winter Olympics will be held in Vancouver, not far from the border.
"Heightened border security is not only appropriate, it is necessary," Rep. Dan Lungren (R-CA), ranking member of the Homeland Security Committee, told FOXNews.com.
"We've got the Olympics coming up. Do you know what terrorists want? Terrorists want to make the biggest splash they can to impair different countries with a different world view than they have, and making that splash at the Olympics is got to be close to the top of their list, if not the top."
Does the ACLU care, not one iota. Their aim is to create havoc for our law enforcement, divisiveness in our citizenry and anarchy in our country.
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
He was linked to the issue of foreign contributions to President Bill Clinton's 1996 campaign and returned some checks tied to people implicated in the fund raising scandal. No question, he is part of the Clinton cabal, which has a strong grip on the Obama administration.
Monday, February 23, 2009
If we're going to spend all this money that we have to borrow, we should be getting some bang for our buck.
And, why in the name of reason are we going to give $900 million for reconstruction in Gaza? We don't have the money and the destruction was brought on by the aggression of Hamas.
If we're broke we should immediately cut off spending in other nations and begin charging them for expenses they cause us to incur. Let's start cutting invoices to Mexico for medical expenses, property damage, security costs etc.
In Beijing, she called on China to continue buying US Treasuries, saying it would help jump start the flagging US economy and stimulate imports of Chinese goods.
"By continuing to support American Treasury instruments the Chinese are recognising our interconnection. We are truly going to rise or fall together," Clinton said.
Isn't it comforting to know we have tied our future to the Chicoms.
Friday, February 20, 2009
The Post said the cartoon was meant to mock what it called an "ineptly written" stimulus bill.
"But it has been taken as something else -- as a depiction of President Obama, as a thinly veiled expression of racism," reads the statement. "This most certainly was not its intent; to those who were offended by the image, we apologize."
"However, there are some in the media and in public life who have had differences with The Post in the past -- and they see the incident as an opportunity for payback," the statement says. "To them, no apology is due. Sometimes a cartoon is just a cartoon -- even as the opportunists seek to make it something else."
The Post is right. This is as ridiculous as the outcry over the Mohammed cartoons. Why not, the village idiot Al Sharpton is leading the mob.
What does Eric Holder have to say about this? Here's his chance to start that racial dialogue he's so brave about. Come on, Eric, spit it out.
Thursday, February 19, 2009
I think most Americans are sick of talking about race and sick of having it thrust in their face every time it is advantageous to some idiot like Al Sharpton to do so.
Slavery was over by the time my ancestors arrived here, so we had nothing to do with it. They had their own troubles visited on them by the British, yet I don't hold any animosity toward English people for something that happened over 100 years ago.
In a land of supposed freedom, I am sick to death of being told I need to watch how I word things. In a land of supposed equality, I am tired of hearing about special rewards for certain groups. The whole racial issue is old, tired and self defeating.
We'll soon see what kind of stuff Mr. Holder is made of, but until then he should keep his mouth shut and do his job. He serves the people, not the other way around.
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
According to FOXNews.com psychologists and Islamic experts are reporting that the beheading of Aasiya Hassan has all the markings of an honor killing.
"The fierce and gruesome nature of this murder signals it's an honor killing," said Dr. Phyllis Chesler, an author and professor of psychology at the Richmond College of the City University of New York. "What she did was worthy of capital punishment in his eyes."
M. Zuhdi Jasser, founder and chairman of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, agreed with Chesler.
"It certainly has all the markings of [an honor killing]," Jasser told FOXNews.com. "She expressed through the legal system that she was being abused, and at the moment she asked for divorce, she's not only murdered — she's decapitated."
Muslim domestic violence and honor killings are a reality that the politically correct want to ignore. Too bad for poor Aasiya Hassan. She paid the pc price with a life of torment, fear and finally death.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Lopez is suing. I wonder if the ACLU is offering any assistance. Actually, Lopez is represented by the Alliance Defense Fund, a Christian legal organization.
Obviously Matteson doesn't know the meaning of fascism and, of course, he can't be reached.
Monday, February 16, 2009
According to CNN, Burris confirmed Sunday that Blagojevich's brother, Rob, asked him to contribute or help raise money before the governor tapped Burris on December 30 to fill President Barack Obama's vacated Senate seat. Anyone shocked?
He left those details out of his testimony before the Illinois House in January. Why? Did he not think it was relevant to the impeachment hearings? This guy is a former Attorney General for the State of Illinois. He should know what's pertinent to a hearing, so why did he deliberately give ambiguous testimony? It's obvious, this weasel who claims to have always conducted himself with honor and integrity intended to deceive.
By the way, if you'd like some history on Roland and his integrity and honor while Attorney General of Illinois, read this.
Friday, February 13, 2009
We're being set up.
"Though this be madness, yet there is method in't."
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Yet, the least favored group, the politicians themselves, never submit to such hearings. Why are they not called to answer, and answer directly? If they are ever questioned, it is by their own kind or the eunuchs of the fourth estate and whatever honor there is among thieves presides over those Q & As.
It's time to have a board of non-politicians with the power to subpoena and interrogate these sanctimonious stooges. Perhaps then, we can finally regain control of our government.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
What a pathetic bunch and what nerve to attempt to placate the public with this pitiful gesture. In the meantime, these swine continue to pig out at the taxpayers trough every chance they get. The great majority of them bring nothing to the table. They have no integrity and no work ethic.
What would be welcome is their resignations which the voters could choose to accept at any given moment.
Monday, February 09, 2009
Obviously, the traitorous Reid wants to make sure illegals get a share of those jobs that the American taxpayers are funding. Dirty Harry should be one of the first senators chosen when the tar is hot and the feathers plentiful.
Friday, February 06, 2009
Meanwhile, we have conspirators from both sides holding secret meetings to arrive at a compromise. Why can't the public know what they're saying to each other? Is their image more important than the people they are sworn to represent?
Looking good is more important to these clowns than solving the problems that they all had a hand in creating.
Thursday, February 05, 2009
“Iran is a great threat.”
“We’ve got to isolate Hamas from Iran."
“The Middle East is a tough neighborhood.”
“Syria has to be more aggressive and cut ties with terrorist groups in Iran.”
There is nothing here that the ordinary informed citizen doesn't already know. In all fairness, this kind of pap is not unique to Giffords or even her party. Most government people are guilty of it.
The public knows what the problems are and they don't need to hear them parroted by politicians who seem to think we are reassured by knowing they also know.
Our government needs to give us specifics and I mean they need to drill down to the nitty-gritty about how they are at least going to confront if not solve our problems. Of course, most of them haven't a clue how to solve the problems, nor do they fully comprehend the complexity of them. Few, if any, read and understand the legislation before them, so they are incapable of analyzing solutions for us. We have a press that cannot and/or will not hold them accountable. So, it is up to us, the citizens of America, to demand intelligent, rational explanations for what is going on in Congress.
Require detailed answers from your representatives. If they cannot or will not supply them demand to know why. If they will not respond, vote them out of office. We must stop electing the arrogant and the clueless.
Wednesday, February 04, 2009
Obama says, "I screwed up." But, shouldn't he have learned a lesson from Bill Richardson, who was his first choice for commerce secretary and withdrew amid a grand jury investigation into a state contract awarded to his political donors?
Barack's Baghdad Bob Gibbs says, "The bar that we set is the highest that any administration in the country has ever set."Well, what good is the bar if you allow a multitude to sneak under it?
"I’ve got to own up to my mistake," says Barack. "Ultimately, it's important for this administration to send a message that there aren't two sets of rules — you know, one for prominent people and one for ordinary folks who have to pay their taxes."
As usual, Barack doesn't get it right. It's not the difference between prominent and ordinary, it's the difference between honest and dishonest.
Tuesday, February 03, 2009
What has the Obamameister to say about the Taepodong-2, an intercontinental missile with a range of more than 4000 miles? What has he to say about the equally troubling fact that Iran has successfully sent its first domestically made satellite into orbit?
There seems to be no response from the new administration. Is Obama smarting from Ahmadinejad's dismissal of him?
What's the hopeful word of the day from the White House? It's Omid, or hope in Farsi, the name of the Iranian satellite.
Monday, February 02, 2009
What has Daschle been doing since losing his last senate race? He took a job as a "special policy adviser" for the Alston & Bird law firm. This because he was prohibited by law from lobbying for one year after leaving the Senate. However, his work with health care clients was about as close to lobbying as you can get. Once again, the spirit of the law is violated as Barack attempts to circumvent the meaning of his promise to keep lobbyists out of his administration.
Schumer, Kerry, Kennedy and Leahy all have come out in support of Daschle. What references! We see the same weasels appearing, the same thieves supporting each other and the American people suffer for it.