Sunday, February 28, 2010

Rachel Maddow has come around…but will the left keep buying Obama's BS?

Obama is full of crap and so are the left wing hypocrites that protested Bush when he kept the Patriot Act. I haven't seen much of this story on the left wing blogs or other media. When will the left realize that they got all the bad parts of Bush and a whole host of his own inablities. But for some reason I think the left will give him a pass. They will come out with a wisper of a protest but nothing like they did for the Republicans. Well for the right this is just more ammo for the fact that Obama is nothing more then a big fat liar. I know the left hate it when I call him a liar. But they never disprove the fact that Obama is a liar. He is a blame placing liar. The "it's all Bush's fault" thing is soooooooo old. And Obama's speech is more BS then I've heard in one speech. But the left stay quite while Obama lies to them as well as us. Now Obama has 2 wars that are his,an extention of Patriot Act,he hasn't closed GITMO and it doesn't look like he is going to and the debt that the left and right alike bitched about is climbing higher under the Democrats in Congress and Obama. But they wont say anything against Obama. Why would they stand behind what they believe in? That is why the left wing are worth nothing to this country. They stand for nothing as they change their views with the changing of the political party. Well from now on we will know that your protest and whatnot is worthless. The things you on the left stand for are only for now. You on the left change faster then the weather. And that is why you mean nothing.

 WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama has signed a one-year extension of several provisions in the nation's main counterterrorism law, the Patriot Act.
Provisions in the measure would have expired on Sunday without Obama's signature Saturday.
The act, which was adopted in the weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, expands the government's ability to monitor Americans in the name of national security.
Three sections of the Patriot Act that stay in force will:
_Authorize court-approved roving wiretaps that permit surveillance on multiple phones.
_Allow court-approved seizure of records and property in anti-terrorism operations.
_Permit surveillance against a so-called lone wolf, a non-U.S. citizen engaged in terrorism who may not be part of a recognized terrorist group.
Obama's signature comes after the House voted 315 to 97 Thursday to extend the measure.
The Senate also approved the measure, with privacy protections cast aside when Senate Democrats lacked the necessary 60-vote supermajority to pass them. Thrown away were restrictions and greater scrutiny on the government's authority to spy on Americans and seize their records.


  1. Madcow says 'Never' attempted? I wonder if she ever heard U.S. history during WWII? The Japanese may differ from her re-written version of U.S. history.

    She also might re-think her position as it is not directed at muslim terrorists but rather people who differ from Obamas agenda.

    She had bettter choose her words wisely or she might end up in GITMO herself.

    During her ill concieved rant she compares it to a Hollywood film?

    Chris, you misread this one. She is not backing the idea nor promoting it, she is insane and putting herself in the cross-hairs of the White House but not for the reasons we do.

  2. Christopher I'm sorry if you thought I was posting on her and her take on the issue. I was posting on the issue and how the left in general will react. I know the title says she has come around and we know that that is a joke. It is her fake wisper of a complaint on Obama policy that I was talking about. It like when the news papers put the bad stuff in a goofy part of the paper. Even this issue should have been all over the front pages. It was on the front pages for most of Bush career as President. Try and find a left wing blog with this story in it. Even the right wing blogs haven't said much on it. The hypocracy of the left on this issue is the story. If the left say little on the subject of the Patriot Act when it was their big talking points with Bush is just another this that shows how the left don't stand for what they said they stood for. Nothing has change between Bush and Obama when it comes to the Patriot Act. Obama is doing what Bush said he was going to do in regardes to the war in Iraq and closing GITMO. The debt got big in the last year of Bush and has gone fricken crazy under Obama. Like I said the left stand for nothing if they don't stand for it now3.

  3. The White House called for a "simple up-or-down" vote on health care legislation Sunday as Speaker Nancy Pelosi appealed to House Democrats to get behind President Barack Obama's chief domestic priority even it if threatens their political careers.

    In voicing support for a simple majority vote, White House health reform director Nancy-Ann DeParle signaled Obama's intention to push the Democratic-crafted bill under Senate rules that would overcome GOP stalling tactics.

    Republicans unanimously oppose the Democratic proposals. Without GOP support, Obama's only chance of emerging with a policy and political victory is to bypass the bipartisanship he promoted during his televised seven-hour health care summit Thursday.

    "We're not talking about changing any rules here," DeParle said. "All the president's talking about is: Do we need to address this problem and does it make sense to have a simple, up-or-down vote on whether or not we want to fix these problems?"

    DeParle was optimistic that the president would have the votes to pass the massive bill. But none of legislation's advocates who spoke on Sunday indicated that those votes were in hand.

    "I think we will get to that point where we will have the votes," predicted Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., a member of the Senate Democratic leadership. "I believe that we will pass health care reform this spring."

    In a sober call to arms, Pelosi said lawmakers sometimes must enact policies that, even if unpopular at the moment, will help the public. "We're not here just to self-perpetuate our service in Congress," she said. "We're here to do the job for the American people."

    Pelosi said it took courage for Congress to pass Social Security and Medicare, which eventually became highly popular, "and many of the same forces that were at work decades ago are at work again against this bill."

    It's unclear whether Pelosi's remarks will embolden or chill dozens of moderate House Democrats who face withering criticisms of the health care proposal in visits with constituents and in national polls. Republican lawmakers unanimously oppose the health care proposals, and many GOP strategists believe voters will turn against Democrats in the November elections.

    Pelosi, from San Francisco, is more liberal than scores of her Democratic colleagues. But she generally walks a careful line between urging them to back left-of-center policies and giving them a green light to buck party leaders to improve their re-election hopes.

    Her comments seemed to acknowledge the widely held view that Democrats will lose House seats this fall _ maybe a lot. They now control the chamber 255 to 178, with two vacancies. Pelosi stopped well short of suggesting Democrats could lose their majority, but she called on members of her party to make a bold move on health care with no prospects of GOP help.

    "Time is up," she said. "We really have to go forth."

    Rep. Eric Cantor of Virginia, the second-ranking Republican leader in the House, made it clear Republicans see a Democrats-only bill as an election-year issue.

    "If Speaker Pelosi rams through this bill, through the House ... they will lose their majority in Congress in November," he said.

    The White House is redoubling efforts to remind voters that the Senate passed an Obama-backed health care bill in December with 60 votes. Every Republican voted against that bill. A Republican Senate victory in Massachusetts in January, however, left Democrats one vote shy of the number necessary to overcome GOP filibusters.

  4. As a result, a new plan would call for the House to pass the Senate bill and send it to Obama. The Senate would then use budget reconciliation rules to make several changes demanded by House Democrats. Those rules prohibit filibusters.

    Exactly what the legislation would look like remained a matter of negotiation within Democratic ranks. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, "is working with his caucus, the White House and the House leadership on strategy and next steps," Reid spokesman Jim Manley said Sunday.

    Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky renewed his party's demand that Obama and the Democrats start over and write a bipartisan health care bill. He said that while the reconciliation process has been used to pass legislation in the past, it should not apply to health care legislation.

    "There are a number of other Republicans who do not think something of this magnitude ought to be jammed down the throats of a public that doesn't want it through this kind of device," McConnell said.

    Pelosi said that "in a matter of days" Democrats will have specific legislative language on health care to show to the public and to wavering lawmakers. She predicted voters will warm up to the bill once they understand its details.

    "When we have a bill," she said, "you can bake the pie, you can sell the pie. But you have to have a pie to sell."

    At that point, added House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland, top Democrats will make their pitch to their members.

    "Within the next couple of weeks we're going to have a specific proposal and start counting votes to see whether or not those proposals could pass," he said.

    Pelosi appeared on ABC's "This Week" and CNN's "State of the Union." DeParle and Cantor were on NBC's "Meet the Press," Hoyer was on CBS' "Face the Nation," while Menendez appeared on "Fox News Sunday" and McConnell spoke on CNN.

  5. The best poem I've read in A VERY LONG TIME!!!


    New Pledge of Allegiance (TOTALLY AWESOME)!

    Since the Pledge of Allegiance
    The Lord's Prayer
    Are not allowed in most
    Public schools anymore
    Because the word 'God' is mentioned.......
    A kid in Arizona wrote the attached

    NEW School prayer:

    Now I sit me down in school
    Where praying is against the rule
    For this great nation under God
    Finds mention of Him very odd.

    If Scripture now the class recites,
    It violates the Bill of Rights.
    And anytime my head I bow
    Becomes a Federal matter now.

    Our hair can be purple, orange or green,
    That's no offense; it's a freedom scene..
    The law is specific, the law is precise.
    Prayers spoken aloud are a serious vice.

    For praying in a public hall
    Might offend someone with no faith at all..
    In silence alone we must meditate,
    God's name is prohibited by the state.

    We're allowed to cuss and dress like freaks,
    And pierce our noses, tongues and cheeks...
    They've outlawed guns, but FIRST the Bible.
    To quote the Good Book makes me liable.
    We can elect a pregnant Senior Queen,
    And the 'unwed daddy,' our Senior King.
    It's 'inappropriate' to teach right from wrong,
    We're taught that such 'judgments' do not belong..

    We can get our condoms and birth controls,
    Study witchcraft, vampires and totem poles..
    But the Ten Commandments are not allowed,
    No word of God must reach this crowd.

    It's scary here I must confess,
    When chaos reigns the school's a mess.
    So, Lord, this silent plea I make:
    Should I be shot; My soul please take!

    If you aren't ashamed to do this, Please pass this on.
    Jesus said, 'If you are ashamed of me, I will be ashamed of you before my Father.'


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