Monday, January 25, 2010

What's Happening In Birmingham, Mich.(Kick 'Em All Out)

Birmingham (Kick 'Em All Out) - Targets: Gov. Granholm (Bouchard) + Peters US 9th (Goodman)

Big Rock Chop House (located in the historic former Birmingham Grand Trunk and Western Railroad Depot) (248) 647-7774 - This month we have two featured speakers. Our first speaker will be Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard, who is a candidate for Governor. Our second speaker will be Gene Goodman, who is running for the 9th US House against Gary Peters.
Come prepared to ask questions and get information. We only get one chance to be successful in this year's elections and as always - knowledge is power. The meeting is FREE of charge and open to the public.
(Editor's Notice: We at MAC are non-partisan, supporters of Liberty and gov't accountable to We, the People. If you're running for political office - at any level - against a "status quo" incumbent, and you believe in Constitutionally-limited gov't, email us at mhtml:{4C929EEA-4232-4670-AD3A-8E7462B15A5B}mid://00000045/! Upon approval, we'll publish your upcoming events. We encourage candidates for public office to be vetted by iCaucus. - MAC)
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Mon Jan 25 7pm – 9pm Eastern Time
245 S Eton Birmingham, MI 48009 (map)


  1. Everyone ; Here is an opportunity to get involved with a winning candidate and campaign for Governor.
    Attorney General Mike Cox's "Rally for Michigan's Future" will take place on February 6th.

    This is going to be a family friendly event, with entertainment, food and refreshments. Not only will this serve as an effective start to the campaign year, it will also be a FUN event. Look forward to talking to you soon!

    Please watch the youtube video, pass it along to your friends, family, co-workers etc and think about who you will invite! Please let me know if you'd like to go. This week !
    Brian Pannebecker

    Location: The Atrium
    Buell Management Building
    Lawrence Tech University
    21000 West Ten Mile Road
    Southfield, Michigan 48075

    Time: Doors Open: 10:00 A.M.
    Pre-Program: 10:30
    Program: 11:00 A.M.
    Program Concludes: 12:00 P.M.
    Volunteer Training: 12:30 P.M.
    Training Concludes: 2:00 P.M.

  2. Hussein's Halliburton:

    Another broken promise: “I will finally end the abuse of no-bid contracts once and for all”
    By Michelle Malkin • January 25, 2010 12:26 PM

    The Obama administration this month awarded a $25 million federal contract for work in Afghanistan to a company owned by a prominent Democratic campaign contributor without entertaining competitive bids, Fox News has learned.
    Despite President Obama’s long history of criticizing the Bush administration for “sweetheart deals” with favored contractors, the Obama administration this month awarded a $25 million federal contract for work in Afghanistan to a company owned by a Democratic campaign contributor without entertaining competitive bids, Fox News has learned.
    The contract, awarded on Jan. 4 to Checchi & Company Consulting, Inc., a Washington-based firm owned by economist and Democratic donor Vincent V. Checchi, will pay the firm $24,673,427 to provide “rule of law stabilization services” in war-torn Afghanistan.
    A synopsis of the contract published on the USAID Web site says Checchi & Company will “train the next generation of legal professionals” throughout the Afghan provinces and thereby “develop the capacity of Afghanistan’s justice system to be accessible, reliable, and fair.”
    The legality of the arrangement as a “sole source,” or no-bid, contract was made possible by virtue of a waiver signed by the USAID administrator. “They cancelled the open bid on this when they came to power earlier this year,” a source familiar with the federal contracting process told Fox News.
    “That’s kind of weird,” said another source, who has worked on “rule of law” issues in both Afghanistan and Iraq, about the no-bid contract to Checchi & Company. “There’s lots of companies and non-governmental organizations that do this sort of work.”
    Contacted by Fox News, Checchi confirmed that his company had indeed received the nearly $25 million contract but declined to say why it had been awarded on a no-bid basis, referring a reporter to USAID.
    Asked if he or his firm had been aware that the contract was awarded without competitive bids, Checchi replied: “After it was awarded to us, sure. Before, we had no idea.”
    Checchi has donated to Team Obama, MoveOn, the DNC, and ActBlue, among other left-wing entities.
    Flashback March 2009:
    Obama promises to limit no-bid contracts
    Says $40 billion could be saved every year
    WASHINGTON – President Obama ordered an overhaul yesterday of the way the US government awards defense and other contracts, saying that more competition is needed to drive down costs and declaring that “the days of giving government contractors a blank check are over.”
    Obama joined Senator John McCain, his Republican presidential campaign rival, and other congressional figures to promise taxpayers savings of as much as $40 billion a year, in part by limiting no-bid contracts.
    Even in good economic times, contracting reform would be overdue in Washington, Obama said, but with the recession, “It’s time for this waste and inefficiency to end. It’s time for a government that only invests in what works.”
    The president announced an executive memorandum that directs his budget director, Peter Orszag, to work with Cabinet and agency officials to come up by July 1 with a way to review existing contracts for waste or fraud.
    By the end of September, Orszag is to come up with new rules designed to make it more difficult for contractors to cheat taxpayers by strengthening oversight and ending unnecessary no-bid contracts and “cost-plus” contracts that allow price tags to escalate. The new rules would also make some half-trillion dollars in federal contracts each year more accessible to independent contractors.

  3. That story is bullshit you fatass.

  4. That is an old picture, I have lost a lot of weight since that was taken and let's see a picture of you since you are so tough or let me know where you want to meet up and I'll punch your brain so hard it will change the way you taste food.

  5. I'm choking with laughter ... is this guy Obummer for REAL?!??! THIS is the guy who won the Presidency?!?! ROFLMAO ... take a look at this narcissistic dumbass. Needs a teleprompter to talk to 6th graders!!! BWAAAAAHAHAHAHA ... man, even Bush never did anything as stupid as this guy.

    And then he says that the big difference between '94 and now is that now they have him?!?! BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA ... what an narcissist! This is going to be AWESOME. He still thinks that electing Brown was a confirmation of his radical lieberal leftist agenda!!

    Berry: Obama said "big difference" between '10 and '94 is "me"

    Rep. Marion Berry's parting shot, published in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette offers a warning to moderate Democrats and border state moderates — warning of a midterm bloodbath comparable to the 54-seat D-to-R swing in 1994.

    But the jaw-dropper is Berry's claim that President Obama personally dismissed any comparison between Democrats now and under Bill Clinton 16 years ago — by saying his personal popularity would bail everybody out.

    The retiring Berry, who doesn't say when the remarks were made, now scoffs at Obama's 50-or-below approval rating:

    Writes ADG reporter Jane Fullerton:

    Berry recounted meetings with White House officials, reminiscent of some during the Clinton days, where he and others urged them not to force Blue Dogs “off into that swamp” of supporting bills that would be unpopular with voters back home.

    “I’ve been doing that with this White House, and they just don’t seem to give it any credibility at all,” Berry said. “They just kept telling us how good it was going to be. The president himself, when that was brought up in one group, said, ‘Well, the big difference here and in ’94 was you’ve got me.’ We’re going to see how much difference that makes now.”

    “I began to preach last January that we had already seen this movie and we didn’t want to see it again because we know how it comes out,” said Arkansas’ 1st District congressman, who worked in the Clinton administration before being elected to the House in 1996... "I just began to have flashbacks to 1993 and ’94. No one that was here in ’94, or at the day after the election felt like. It certainly wasn’t a good feeling.”

  6. Chris, Just to let you know, a liberal has actually entered my realm (blog,,lol) and attacked YOU!

  7. Thanks brother. United we stand. They will find out how strong we really are. Great post on guns on your blog,Christopher. John, that telepromter thing is great. How weak is Obama that he needs a teleprompter for 6th graders? J.Higgins you picked a winner with that buffoon Obama.

  8. Donald great to hear from you again. You are always spot on.

  9. Wow, look at even more astroturfing from the Hypocrats. Just like when they call conservatives and Republicans racist, we know that they are projecting their racism on us. Remember when they accused all the tea-partiers of being fake and astroturf, when THEY were the ones with the mass-produced signage? Well now they have a letter-generator to send editorials to newspapers across the country! ROFLMAO ... Ellie Light was the first discovery but isn't the last, as more and more are coming to "light". BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA ... how is that ASTROTURFING going FAILk?!?!

  10. Here's a great article contrasting the racist destructive LIEberal regressive policies with Christian Republican Conservative views, through the perspective of two very different movies this year:

    ‘Precious’ vs. ‘The Blind Side’: The System Worked by Mr. Wrestling IV


Please keep it clean and nice. Thank you for taking the time to post you thought. It means a lot to me that you do this.