Monday, January 31, 2011

I Want For The Egyptian People What I Have

I want for the Egyptian people to have their God given rights of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. I want them to have a constitution that keeps the power with the people over their government, just like I have. I want them to have freedom of speech,Internet and cell phones. Freedom of religion, were all religions can worship without fear of tyranny from another religion. I'd like to see them have the right to do what makes them happy as long as it doesn't interfere with another persons God given rights. Is there something wrong or tricky for our leaders to say this to the people of Egypt and the world? Why haven't I heard this being said by our leaders? This is a defining moment in the Middle East and the world. The people have the power. Now is the time to chose what to do with that power they have over their governments. They could give it to the Muslim Brotherhood or Hezbollah or they could keep it for themselves by writing their bill of rights and constitution. Wouldn't it be in everyone best interest for the Middle East if the people would govern themselves under a democratic republic or some other form of democracy? So why is it so hard for the worlds leaders to speak up about it? Why are they not telling the people of Egypt what their choices are? Why are we making it so easy for dictators to form in the Middle East without giving an apposing choice? Take a look at these pictures from US protests. It seems as though they are photo shopped or something. You will see why at the bottom of the page. Everyone is making a play for the power the people in Egypt have taken back from their government. Socialist,Muslim Brotherhood and other radical Muslim groups. It seems everyone wants that power over the people. The only voice I'm not hearing is the one that tells the people of the world to KEEP that power.  I'd like to see the Tea Party and the Republican Party leaders out in force for the people. I didn't include the Democratic Party in this for good reason. They want to limit the power of the people by doing things like trying to pass a law that gives the president power to shut off our Internet just like they do in the countries lead by dictators. This must be alarming to most Americans after watching how that power can be used,like in Egypt. Call your Reps.and tell them to speak out for freedom and for the people of these countries to keep the power that is currently theirs to keep or give away. And when they get their Internet back up, we need to send them a history lesson on how things turned out when they gave their power away.
Chicago protest. (AP)
Protest in San Francisco. (AP)
Protest in NY. (AP)
Egyptian embassy protest in D.C. using Answer Coalition signs. (AP)
A quick visit to one of the sites,, shows why many of the signs in the above pictures look similar. The group (A.N.S.W.E.R., or Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) not only gives instructions on how to make the placards, but also provides downloadable templates:

Sunday, January 30, 2011

What Are Your Thougts On The State Of Egypt And The World?

It seems as though the state of the world is in chaos. What are your thoughts on this? How do you think the Obama administration has effected this, if at all? How do you think all these revolutions will effect us here in America, if at all? Is there anything we as a nation can help or hurt this chaos around the world and in this country? Are those protesters racist, anarchists...? Where do you think the Obama administration should stand on Egypt or should they keep parting and going to basketball games like nothing is happening around the world? These are crazy times around the world and here in this country. We need to also ask ourselves why our government wants to have the right to turn off the Internet and cell phones? Do you think our government should have the right to take away these things just like Mubarak took it away from his people? Did you know that that is still going forward? I can't think of any reason when our government should take away our internet and cell phones. Can you?
 Latest on Egyptian Chaos    AP
Cairo: Anger Starting to Focus on Israel, US
By Melanie Lidmans
Saturday's optimism on the streets of Cairo for imminent political change gave way to anger on Sunday, as thousands of demonstrators became increasingly frustrated with the lack of response from major world leaders, especially the US.
During the main protest on Sunday in downtown Cairo, one man painted a 20-meter long message in flowing Arabic cursive that echoed across the square: "Go Away Mubarak, you are from the Americans, and you're working for them!" Egyptians understand that the world is waiting to see if President Hosnei Mubarak falls to popular pressure before major leaders decide which side to support. But this is infuriating for the demonstrators, who realize that six days of unrest has not accomplished their goals, and they need united international pressure in order to topple Mubarak.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

When Will We Start Our Demestic Oil Production?

As we are watching the Middle East become more volatile and oil prices rise it makes me wonder what we are doing about the oil and gas we need now. We have the cheapest and cleanest crude in the world and we aren't touching it. Why? We will have the need for oil for a long time, even by the hopeful government standards. Our offshore oil rigs need to start producing oil ASAP. And the government needs to start letting our inland oil rigs drilling for known oil reserves now. It's time to take another look at ANWAR as well, even if we decide not to drill there it will help lower oil futures. I know that the left is dead set on "clean energy". That's all fine and dandy but pipe dreams aren't going to fill our tanks for the next 20 or so years. We know we will need gas and oil for at least 20 years. Who knows what kind of "clean energy" will end up being the winner in the end when technology catches up with them all. I know I'm getting sick and tired of OPEC holding up by our economic balls. Canada seems to know what to do. They drill for oil everywhere and then send Michigan their trash. I'd rather drill in Michigan and fill their land with our trash. But that's just common sense. I'd also like to see Michigan and the rest of the country use our natural gas. We have more then enough under the Mid West to take care of our electric needs. Energy is our future and we keep talking about making some far off pipe dream a reality because it makes a few people happy inside. It time to take care of our economy first. When the economy comes back then we can talk about subsidising "clean energy". It's also high time that we cut subsidise for oil. Giving them enough work to cover our growing need for energy is subsidy enough. In fact we could tax them to make the left happy and to help cover our debts. Obama could also start pumping some of our oil reserves into the market. Buy cheep and sell high.  Now I know the fringe will get cranked up on "drill baby drill", but they will have money to eat and a safe country to call home, so they can protest in peace for all I care. 

Friday, January 28, 2011

Where Does Obama Stand On Egypt?

It has become painfully clear that the Obama administration is inept on foreign affairs. I wondering where the Obama administration stand on the uprising in Egypt? Are they still standing with the terrorist group Hezbollah or has something changed? Maybe if he bowed to them or badmouths American foreign policy some more it will all go away? I'm still trying to figure out what Obama's foreign policy is? If you ask me he has just adopted the Bush foreign policies and added some weak groveling and submissions of American greatness. It seems that the Obama plan isn't working so well if you just look at the state of the world today. Since we don't have a clear idea of where the President stands on Egypt I'd like to know what you think he should do and where he should stand on this unraveling friend of ours? How would a strong leader act under this defining moment? Just remember what G.W.Bush's foreign policy did to his approval rating.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Social Security Fund to Be Empty by 2037. What Should We Do About It?

AP Graphic
Sick and getting sicker, Social Security will run at a deficit this year and keep on running in the red until its trust funds are drained by about 2037, congressional budget experts said Wednesday in bleaker-than-previous estimates. Congress has promised to replenish any lost revenue from the tax cut, but that's hardly good news, either, adding to the federal budget deficit. In another sobering estimate, the congressional office said government red ink this year will increase to $1.5 trillion, the most in U.S. history. We all know that SSI wont be there for my generation even though we have paid into it. Is this social justice? We need to fix this problem soon. But I don't think the Democrats or Republicans want to face those senoirs with any kind of cuts. I don't think that We The People have the guts to do the right thing and start making changes in SSI before it's too late. I don't know about you, but I think that people will get more pissed if they are given nothing so that the generation before them didn't take cuts or retired later. The government that the left trust has screwed us all by stealing our money. Let them trust the government. I'd rather trust the market. The market is sometimes wrong but the government is always wrong. What do you think we should do about SSI going bankrupt and adding to our debt?

CBO Predicts: 2011 Budget Deficit to Hit Record $1.5 Trillion

New budget estimates released Wednesday predict the government’s deficit will hit almost $1.5 trillion this year, a new record.The CBO analysis predicts the economy will grow by 3.1 percent this year, but that joblessness will remain above 9 percent this year. Dauntingly for President Obama, the nonpartisan agency estimates a nationwide unemployment rate of 8.2 percent on Election Day in 2012. The deficit is on track to beat the record of $1.4 trillion set in 2009. That figure reflected huge outlays from the Wall St. bailout. The nonpartisan budget agency predicts the deficit will drop to $1.1 trillion next year. It dwarfs the debt run up by Bush. Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, D-ND said, “The fiscal challenge confronting us is enormous. To solve this problem, it will require real compromise and a great deal of political will,” . “We need to have both sides, Democrats and Republicans, willing to move off their fixed positions and find common ground.” Now if someone would tell the President that "freezing" spending isn't fixing anything. In fact it's just adding to the deficit. Rep. Ryan has put forth a plan to cut $100 billion from our budget and Rep. Rand Paul has tripled it to $300 billion. Even that is just a pittance compared to the massive budget. These cuts must be done. The MSM has already railed against any cuts in the budget. In fact they want to do what the President wants and double down with even more spending under the guise of "investing". The things that Obama wants to "invest" in, are the same things he said would improve our economy under the failed Stimulus Bill. He told us that the Stimulus bill would cover inferstucture. This is the most inept thing Obama could do. We can not spend our way out of this. That theory has been proven wrong already by the Stimulus bill. The Democrats had total control of our government and haven't fixed anything. Our house values keep going down and our national debt is going through the roof and then some. They told us that their actions would fix the housing crisis, keep unemployment under 8% and start paying down our debt. The facts are unemployment is still over 9% ++, our debt is going up faster then ever in history and rising by over $1 trillion a year. I ask you, what have the Democrats and President made better since they took over? Do you feel like the Democrats gave our kids their monies worth with all the debt? Does the world seem like it's in chaos or in better order now? When Obama took over he made a lot of promises of what his policies would do. Have they worked the way he said? With so many failed Progressive theories, can we afford to trust anything else these guys want to do to us? So far the conservatives have told us what would happen if we did what the Democrats wanted and they have been spot on every time so far. We have to make cuts now. That is the only way we can get out of this mess. It's our mess to clean up. For a group that is so concerned with the theory of "social justice", they sure don't care about enslaving our children with our debts. Is that "social justice"? Will be be the first generation to leave the next generation worse then we got it? At least we are giving them the best education they can get.

Sarah Palin On Obama’s State Of The Union Speech


She sure does keep the liberal media busy. The problem is the liberals rarely comment on what she is say, but instead choose to just make fun of her and go after her personally.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

What Are Your Thoughts On The State Of The Union Address?

"No more pork" again, keep on  spending, "investing" in unions... I have to say that after Obama started talking about "no more pork" I couldn't hear what he said because I was laughing so hard. And putting the car(budget) in neutral when it is going off a cliff at over $1 trillion a year isn't saying much either. But other then that it was a great speech. As both sides have learned to not listen to Obama's words, but watch his actions, we will see what happens. This should help you know the facts about spending and jobs created. The government does not create jobs, the private sector does. And it is the private sector the Democrats go after to get the money for the government to spend, through raising taxes. The Democrats just can't help themselves when it come to spending our money. Take a look at the responses from Bachmann and Ryan

Michele Bachmann’s Speech

Paul Ryan's speech

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Gas Hit Record High For January At $3.11. What Should We Do About It?

We all know that gas price is a major factor in our future economic recovery. It effects every aspect of our lives from food prices,plastics and just going from point A to B. This new record high for January is big news, but you wouldn't know it if you read the paper or watch the news. See demand is low right now because of this long recession in America. Obama must fix this now or we will not have a recovery. It does seem fitting that Obama stopped our domestic drilling, causing gas prices and speculating to go higher. This time it might not be a bubble like it was when it went to $4 for that short time. If Obama would open us up to more domestic drilling it would start dropping gas and oil prices down immediately. That's the good side of commodities speculating, it works both ways. Even just a strong debate among our leaders would cause speculators to bail out. It's what they do. And that debate has to start now if Obama ever has a hope of getting re-elected in 2012. Obama needs to first undo what he did with the Gulf oil embargo. Next he needs to make it up to our domestic oil producers by letting them produce more of our countries oil. It isn't doing anyone any good sitting under the ground. We also have a chance of loosing it if we don't take it, slant drilling. We all know that this wont end well for the Democratic Party if they, as Obama said..."this will necessarily make our energy prices go up".  I'd like to know what you think about the price of gas,oil and how we should fix it? The price of oil is over $100 per barrel. The worlds economy and our own is based on cheep energy. Whether you like it or not our economy is driven by the price of oil. And we have put too much of our economy in the hands of other nations to control. We need to get out of the grip of our debtor nations and OPEC.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

What Do You Think About Obama Reinventing Himself As Pro-Busniness?

Is this a good move for Obama? Do you think that the right-wing will believe that he is pro-business now? I don't think this new outlook is meant for the right-wing. And if it's pro-business then we all can agree that he isn't doing it for the left-wings benefit either. Obama has lost the center of the country and this is how he plans on gaining them back. The problem is I don't think the center will just take his word for it anymore. You know "once bitten twice shy". People have heard more then enough from this president. They want to see actions that match his rhetoric. Do you think that Obama could be alienating his far-left base by changing from anti-business to pro-business? How do you think he will use the Republicans and Democrats in Congress to get some pro-business legislation?

Friday, January 21, 2011

What would you like to see Congress handle next?

Would you like to see the Republicans in Congress free up our oil drilling, so we can drop oil prices? Would you like to see Congress press for more spending and debt like the Democrats want or would you like to see Congress cut spending by as much as $2 trillion like some Republicans have brought forth? Is closing the borders important to you or would you like an open border? Should they look into going after free speech or higher taxes on energy to help with 'global warming'?  Should Congress look at raising taxes or lowering taxes? Or should the Republicans do a blitzkrieg of conservative bills, just like the Democrats did when they were in charge? It's your chance to write the posts. And after you write and read the posts, don't forget to call your Congressperson and tell them what you'd like to see them do. I'd like to know what all sides think about the coarse of this Congress.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Congress Repealed The Jobs Killing Health Care Bill

This is great news for conservatives,Republicans and Tea Partiers. I'd like to know what your thoughts are on this great news? Do you think it has a chance in the
Senate? How do you think the liberals will handle this news?

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Hero To The Left, A Murderer Of 8 People

Walters and Maryclaire Dale - Associated Press - 

Associated Press logo smallAssociated Press video buttonPHILADELPHIA - A Philadelphia abortion doctor has been charged with eight counts of murder in the deaths of a woman patient and seven babies who prosecutors say were born alive and then killed with scissors. The charges against Dr. Kermit Gosnell follow a long grand jury investigation.

District Attorney Seth Williams says state regulators ignored complaints and failed to visit the clinic since 1993. Williams says the women were subjected to squalid and barbaric conditions at Gosnell's Women's Medical Society, which was shut down last year. Gosnell has been named in at least 10 malpractice suits, including one over the death of a woman who died of sepsis and a perforated uterus.

A doctor who gave abortions to minorities, immigrants and poor women in a "house of horrors" clinic was charged with eight counts of murder in the deaths of a patient and seven babies who were born alive and then killed with scissors, prosecutors said Wednesday.

Kermit GosnellDr. Kermit Gosnell, 69, made millions of dollars over 30 years, performing as many illegal, late-term abortions as he could, prosecutors said. State regulators ignored complaints about him and failed to inspect his clinic since 1993, but no charges were warranted against them given time limits and existing law, District Attorney Seth Williams said. Nine of Gosnell's employees also were charged.

Gosnell "induced labor, forced the live birth of viable babies in the sixth, seventh, eighth month of pregnancy and then killed those babies by cutting into the back of the neck with scissors and severing their spinal cord," Williams said.

Patients were subjected to squalid and barbaric conditions at Gosnell's Women's Medical Society, where Gosnell performed dozens of abortions a day, prosecutors said. He mostly worked overnight hours after his untrained staff administered drugs to induce labor during the day, they said.

Early last year, authorities went to investigate drug-related complaints at the clinic and stumbled on what Williams called a "house of horrors." Bags and bottles holding aborted fetuses "were scattered throughout the building," Williams said. "There were jars, lining shelves, with severed feet that he kept for no medical purpose."

The clinic was shut down and Gosnell's medical license was suspended after the raid.

Gosnell and four workers were charged with murder, while five others were charged with controlled drug violations and other crimes. None of the employees had any medical training, and one, a high school student, performed intravenous anesthesia with potentially lethal narcotics, Williams said.

All 10 defendants were taken into custody, authorities said.

West Philadelphia abortuary (Feb. 2010)Two listed numbers for Gosnell in Philadelphia have been disconnected. Defense lawyer William J. Brennan, who represented Gosnell during the investigation, noted that the doctor served patients in a low-income city neighborhood for decades. "Obviously, these allegations are very, very serious," Brennan said.

The grand jury said the woman who died was a patient who came to Gosnell's clinic for an abortion and died of cardiac arrest because she was given too much Demerol. Gosnell wasn't at the clinic at the time, but directed his staff to administer the drug to keep the woman, a healthy 41-year-old woman, sedated until he arrived, prosecutors said.

Gosnell has been named in at least 46 malpractice suits, including one over the death of a 22-year-old mother who died of sepsis and a perforated uterus in 2000. Many others also involve perforated uteruses. Gosnell sometimes sewed up the injury without telling women their uteruses had been perforated, prosecutors said.

Gosnell charged $325 for first-trimester abortions and $1,600 to $3,000 for abortions up to 30 weeks. Abortions are legal up to 24 weeks gestation in Pennsylvania, although most doctors won't perform them after 20 weeks, prosecutors said.

Some women came from across the mid-Atlantic for the illegal late-term abortions, authorities said. White women from the suburbs were ushered into a separate, slightly cleaner area because Gosnell believed they were more likely to file complaints, Williams said.

"People knew near and far that if you needed a late-term abortion you could go see Dr. Gosnell," Williams said.

Few if any of the sedated women knew their babies were born alive and then killed, prosecutors said. Many were first-time mothers who were told they were 24 weeks pregnant, even if they were further along, authorities said.
Gosnell got his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and is board certified in family practice. He started, but did not finish, a residency in obstetrics-gynecology, authorities said.

"He does not know how to do an abortion. He's not board certified," Assistant District Attorney Joanne Pescatore said. "Once he got them there, he saw dollar signs and did abortions that other people wouldn't do."

Repealing ObamaCare Would Be ‘Unconstitutional’ According To Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee

According to Jackson Lee, passing the GOP’s repeal bill — H.R. 2 — would violate the Fourteenth Amendment’s equal protection clause because it would leave some Americans uninsured:
Later, on the floor of the House of Representatives, Jackson Lee expanded her case, claiming a repeal of the health care law would also violate the Constitution’s Fifth Amendment guarantees of due process.
“The Fifth Amendment speaks specifically to denying someone their life and liberty without due process,” the Texas Democrat said. “That is what H.R. 2 does and I rise in opposition to it. And I rise in opposition because it is important that we preserve lives and we recognize that 40 million-plus are uninsured,” she said.
“Can you tell me what’s more unconstitutional than taking away from the people of America their Fifth Amendment rights, their Fourteenth Amendment rights, and the right to equal protection under the law?”
“This bill has been vetted. This bill is constitutional and it protects the Constitutional rights of those who ask the question: ‘Must I die? Must my child die, because I am now disallowed from getting insurance?’” (h/t AmSpectator)                                                                                                                                                All of the sudden the Democrats care about the US Constitution. Too bad they don't understand it. I wonder if the left will start using the 14th Amendment to socialize other things like housing and food? If that is the way they understand the 14th Amendment then why wouldn't they? Maybe someone should ask her if making the unions and some businesses exempt from obamacare taxes is Constitutional under the 14th Amendment? Or if having a mandate that makes Americans buy a product is Constitutional? Here is the 14th Amendment, lets take a look and see if Rep.Jackson Lee is diluted in her interpretation of this amendment:

Amendment 14 - Citizenship Rights

1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
2. Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice-President of the United States, Representatives in Congress, the Executive and Judicial officers of a State, or the members of the Legislature thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one years of age, and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion, or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age in such State.
3. No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice-President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.
4. The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. But neither the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave; but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void.
5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Rush: What’s the Difference Between Loughner and Rev. Wright?

Detroit May Close Half of Its Schools to Pay for Union Benefits

The Detroit News on Monday suggested that without government aid, the city of Detroit will be forced to close down nearly half of the city’s public schools in the next two years. That would put over 60 under educated students per classroom. It's not all bad new in the Detroit school district. The teachers will be getting yet another raise thanks to all the good work they have done for the students. That's what the teachers unions think, but we know the truth about Detroit public schools and the academic scores.  There is another factor in this mess. The Clintondale school district,my school district, has made it's high school a school of choice for Detroit students. Clintondale schools did this for the extra money they would get from gaining these students. The problem is those students were so low performing that they have been added to the list of schools to be closed because of student performence.  We will see what the suburbs do to bail out Detroit's liberal local government. I think we need to let Detroit fail or succeed on their own. That is the only way they will learn from what they done to themselves.
The Wall Street Journal notes the city’s decaying public school system:
“Additional savings of approximately $12.4 million can be achieved from school closures if the District simply abandons the closed buildings,” the proposal explains, purging costs like boarding up buildings, storage and security patrols.
Steven Wasko, a spokesman for Mr. Bobb, said that urban property sales have been difficult, in part because until recently the state board of education banned transactions with “competing educational institutions” like charter schools. Once buildings are deserted, even if the doors and windows are welded shut with protective metal covers, scavengers break in and dismantle them for copper wire, pipes and so on.
Under the emergency plan, consolidated high-school class sizes would increase to 62 by 2014, “consistent with what students would expect in large university settings.” Yet under the terms of the Detroit Federation of Teachers contract, the district must pay bonuses for class enrollment over 35, thus imposing some $11.1 million in new costs through 2014.
Note that this dispensation carries about the same price tag as the school abandonment windfall: In other words, Detroit may end up destroying serviceable capital assets so it can pay its public workers more over the short term.
Mr. Wasko cautions that the school closure plan is a last resort, and Mr. Bobb has floated other ideas, including a financial restructuring similar to the GM bailout/bankruptcy. Detroit Federation of Teachers president Keith Johnson rejected even that because “The children of Detroit are not consumed products of a profit-driven corporation like a car,” as he wrote in an op-ed this week. Maybe his real objection is that the GM model might allow the district to rationalize its labor liabilities.
The budget gap is party due to the property tax revenue collapse as the Motor City crumbles, as well as financial mismanagement and a surge in pay and benefits for public employees. The Mackinac Center, a state think tank, reports that average Michigan teacher salaries outpaced those of all other states from 2003 to 2009, when adjusted for state per capita income as a proxy for the local ability to pay.
It’s hard to think of a sadder commentary on a government so fiscally desperate and so captured by its workers that it may be forced to abandon property to thieves. But are they the scavengers or the union?                                                                                                                                                              My heart goes out to these kids. I have been working with an inner city youth singing group. It's a group of about 20 kids between the ages of 8 and 12. When we started with these kids they couldn't sit still and many of them couldn't read. And when I say they couldn't read, I don't mean they were slow readers either. These weren't dumb kids by any means. These kids were as bright as any group of kids. 

Monday, January 17, 2011

MLK,Malcolm X And Putting Out Fires

There are two ways in which to fight fire. One way that is used, is to use fire to fight fire. That is what method Malcolm X used to fight against the tyranny black were under at that time. You could also use water to fight fire. You could say that MLK used this method to fight the same tyranny. Both men fought and stood against racial inequality. But MLK used the same method taught in the Holy Bible and was also used by Gandhi with great success. Both MLK and Gandhi stood against their oppressors. Both men did it in love and peace. Now we have seen many Malcolm X types over the years. He used a method that was most likely out of the Quaran'.  The reason why I think MLK and Gandhi were so successful is because of their stance and the fact that that stance swayed the people. MLK moved mainstream white America over to his side. When America watched those poor people getting the shit kicked out of them, without raising a hand it, changed the hearts of many, if not most Americans.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

The Tide has Turned Against the Left

Has the tide turned against the American left? Before last Saturday's horrendous crimes, things were already heading in that direction. The election last November and President Obama's move toward the center both signaled the decline in the progressive agenda. But now there is emotion involved. Simply put, the public gets it and now the country is taking a turn to the right. That puts pressure on conservatives to solve problems and to be far less vicious than their liberal opposition. We'll see how this all pans out over the next couple years. As the left put away their smiling faces and peace talk for hate and personal attacks without proof of their attacks we will see even more of who and what the left truly are. It has also become more obvious that the left may be ramping up for more violent intimidation's and attacks on the right. We will see what the left do next. A note to all conservatives and independents: Keep a smile on your face, even when the left keep attacking. Watch how little sense they make and how incoherently angry they get as they realize that all is lost in their imaginary mental world they created in their minds falls apart.  they will blame us and anything else as that is their nature to place blame on others not themselves for the outcomes of their actions. Let them flail in desperation while knowing that it is their inability to place blame on themselves for anything that causes them to fail. They don't have a tangible cornerstone on with to build. Instead of starting out with a strong foundation they would rather try and erode our cornerstones and foundation. From The Telegraph:
So here are the top 10 list, which Telegraph readers will no doubt wish to add to in their comments.
1. Paul Krugman, The New York Times, January 8, 2011
We don’t have proof yet that this was political, but the odds are that it was. She’s been the target of violence before. And for those wondering why a Blue Dog Democrat, the kind Republicans might be able to work with, might be a target, the answer is that she’s a Democrat who survived what was otherwise a GOP sweep in Arizona, precisely because the Republicans nominated a Tea Party activist.
You know that Republicans will yell about the evils of partisanship whenever anyone tries to make a connection between the rhetoric of Beck, Limbaugh, etc. and the violence I fear we’re going to see in the months and years ahead. But violent acts are what happen when you create a climate of hate.
2. Keith Olbermann, MSNBC, January 8, 2011
This morning in Arizona, this time of the ever-escalating, borderline-ecstatic invocation of violence in fact or in fantasy in our political discourse, closed. It is essential tonight not to demand revenge, but to demand justice; to insist not upon payback against those politicians and commentators who have so irresponsibly brought us to this time of domestic terrorism, but to work to change the minds of them and their supporters – or if those minds tonight are too closed, or if those minds tonight are too unmoved, or if those minds tonight are too triumphant, to make sure by peaceful means that those politicians and commentators and supporters have no further place in our system of government.
If Sarah Palin, whose website put and today scrubbed bullseye targets on 20 Representatives including Gabby Giffords, does not repudiate her own part in amplifying violence and violent imagery in politics, she must be dismissed from politics – she must be repudiated by the members of her own party, and if they fail to do so, each one of them must be judged to have silently defended this tactic that today proved so awfully foretelling, and they must in turn be dismissed by the responsible members of their own party.
3. Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik, Press Conference, Tucson, January 8, 2011
When you look at unbalanced people, how they respond to the vitriol that comes out of certain mouths about tearing down the government. The anger, the hatred, the bigotry that goes on in this country is getting to be outrageous. And unfortunately, Arizona I think has become sort of the capital. We have become the mecca for prejudice and bigotry.
4. Michael Tomasky, The Guardian, January 9, 2011
Republicans and even Tea Partiers will have the sense – again, for a while – to steer clear of directly gun-related rhetoric. We won’t be hearing much in the near term about “second amendment remedies” and insurrection and so forth. But this will be temporary. Guns are simply too central to the mythology of the American right, as is the idea of liberty being wrested from tyrants only at gunpoint. For the American right to stop talking about armed insurrection would be like American liberals dropping the subjects of race and gender. It’s too encoded in conservative DNA.
… Direct responsibility for what happened Saturday? No. Mentally ill people are mentally ill. The Beatles weren’t responsible for the messages that Charles Manson heard in their music. But there’s a difference. Paul McCartney had no earthly reason to think that an innocent song about a fairground ride (Helter Skelter) would lead a man to commit barbarous acts of murder. Today’s Republicans and conservative commentators, however, surely understand the fire they’re playing with. But they do it, and a tragedy like Saturday’s won’t stop them, as long as they can maintain a phoney plausible deniability and as long as hate continues to pay dividends at the ballot box.
5. Paul Krugman, The New York Times, January 9, 2011
it’s the saturation of our political discourse — and especially our airwaves — with eliminationist rhetoric that lies behind the rising tide of violence.
Where’s that toxic rhetoric coming from? Let’s not make a false pretense of balance: it’s coming, overwhelmingly, from the right. It’s hard to imagine a Democratic member of Congress urging constituents to be “armed and dangerous” without being ostracized; but Representative Michele Bachmann, who did just that, is a rising star in the G.O.P.
And there’s a huge contrast in the media. Listen to Rachel Maddow or Keith Olbermann, and you’ll hear a lot of caustic remarks and mockery aimed at Republicans. But you won’t hear jokes about shooting government officials or beheading a journalist at The Washington Post. Listen to Glenn Beck or Bill O’Reilly, and you will.
… So will the Arizona massacre make our discourse less toxic? It’s really up to G.O.P. leaders. Will they accept the reality of what’s happening to America, and take a stand against eliminationist rhetoric? Or will they try to dismiss the massacre as the mere act of a deranged individual, and go on as before? If Arizona promotes some real soul-searching, it could prove a turning point. If it doesn’t, Saturday’s atrocity will be just the beginning.
6. Michael Daly, The New York Daily News, January 9, 2011
But anyone with any sense at all knows that violent language can incite actual violence, that metaphor can incite murder. At the very least, Palin added to a climate of violence.
And, now that Palin may have the blood of more than some poor caribou on her hands, I wonder if she will continue putting people in cross hairs and calling on folks to RELOAD!
7. George Packer, The New Yorker, January 10, 2011
But it won’t do to dig up stray comments by Obama, Allen Grayson, or any other Democrat who used metaphors of combat over the past few years, and then try to claim some balance of responsibility in the implied violence of current American politics. (Most of the Obama quotes that appear in the comments were lame attempts to reassure his base that he can get mad and fight back, i.e., signs that he’s practically incapable of personal aggression in politics.)
In fact, there is no balance—none whatsoever. Only one side has made the rhetoric of armed revolt against an oppressive tyranny the guiding spirit of its grassroots movement and its midterm campaign. Only one side routinely invokes the Second Amendment as a form of swagger and intimidation, not-so-coyly conflating rights with threats.
Only one side’s activists bring guns to democratic political gatherings. Only one side has a popular national TV host who uses his platform to indoctrinate viewers in the conviction that the President is an alien, totalitarian menace to the country. Only one side fills the AM waves with rage and incendiary falsehoods. Only one side has an iconic leader, with a devoted grassroots following, who can’t stop using violent imagery and dividing her countrymen into us and them, real and fake. Any sentient American knows which side that is; to argue otherwise is disingenuous.
8. Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva, in an interview with The Huffington Post, January 8, 2011
“The climate has gotten so toxic in our political discourse, setting up for this kind of reaction for too long. It’s unfortunate to say that. I hate to say that,” Grijalva said in an interview with The Huffington Post. “If you’re an opponent, you’re a deadly enemy,” Grijalva said of the mindset among Arizona extremists. “Anybody who contributed to feeding this monster had better step back and realize they’re threatening our form of government.”
Grijalva said that Tea Party leader Sarah Palin should reflect on the rhetoric that she has employed. “She — as I mentioned, people contributing to this toxic climate — Ms. Palin needs to look at her own behavior, and if she wants to help the public discourse, the best thing she could do is to keep quiet.”
9. Harold Meyerson, The Washington Post, January 12, 2011
The primary problem with the political discourse of the right in today’s America isn’t that it incites violence per se. It’s that it implants and reinforces paranoid fears about the government and conservatism’s domestic adversaries.
Much of the culture and thinking of the American right – the mainstream as well as the fringe – has descended into paranoid suppositions about the government, the Democrats and the president. This is not to say that the left wing doesn’t have a paranoid fringe, too. But by every available measure, it’s the right where conspiracy theories have exploded. A fabricated specter of impending governmental totalitarianism haunts the right’s dreams.
… That doesn’t make Beck, Erickson, Rupert Murdoch and their ilk responsible for Tucson. It does make them responsible for promoting a paranoid culture that makes America a more divided and dangerous land.
10. Jane Fonda, Twitter, January 8, 2011
And finally, Oscar-winning actress and liberal darling Jane Fonda emerged from hibernation and delivered some of the most tasteless tweets in the brief history of Twitter, brazenly exploiting the shooting of a Congresswoman to make a monumentally shallow political attack. (hat tip: NewsBusters)
@SarahPalinUSA holds responsibility. As does the violence-provoking rhetoric of the Tea Party 2:51 PM Jan 8th via Echofon
@glenbeck guilty too. Shame. It must stop! 2:20 PM Jan 8th via Seesmic Web
Progressive Arizona Rep Gabrielle Giffords is shot. In her ads, Sarah Palin had her targeted in a gun site. Inciting to violence. 2:11 PM Jan 8th via Echofon

Friday, January 14, 2011

It Seems The Left-Wing Didn't Get Obama's Speech
This is what the and MSNBC had in mind when it comes to toning it down. No matter what proof comes of this shooting the left-wing wont give up this inflammatory rhetoric. It is obvious that the left-wing hate conservatives. Don't they even see that they are partaking in the rhetoric they say the right-wing is doing? Why are these liberals doing everything they can to inflame the left? Are they trying to push a copy cat killer? If they believe that it is rhetoric that killed all those people then why are they doing it? It just doesn't make any sense to me. If I only listened to the MSM I'd think this murderer Loughner was Innocent and it is the conservatives that need to pay for this crime. It seems as though the left-wing are working for the defence of this murderer. It is what it is. As long as the members of the Democratic Party and the President doesn't get into this witch hunt the left-wing and the MSM will give it up. If the President and the members of the Democratic Party follow MSNBC and the Democratic Undergrounds lead, instead of the way the Presidents speech lead us to believe. Then we know what we are dealing with. If they start with the inflammatory language they say is causing weak people to go crazy and kill we will know what their true intentions are. To inflame the weak,their words not conservatives. If they go that route we have every right to question their intentions of this country. And if the left rise up, or the right we will have every reason to blame them. But that's a lot of "if's".

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Great Speech Mr. President, Thanks

President Obama on Wednesday honored the victims and heroes of the Arizona shooting rampage have to say that I'm impressed with how Pres.Obama handled this horrific event in our history. I have to say that I was moved to tears for most of the speech. It was the kind of up-beat memorial I tend to like. He touch on our humanity and our American values. He told the story that got lost because of all the false rhetoric that surrounded it.  I think he did more then I thought he would when it came to the way some Americans jumped to the wrong conclusion. He called it out and put it down in a way that was so eloquent. This is a chance to go forward with a spirited debate on policy and politics but to withhold the vitriol. I would expect that both sides will still have their debates of disagreement, but I'm sure they will withhold the kind of slander we have seen over the years. I also have to say that Pres. Obama has made this American proud of him for this defining moment. I pray that he, as well as both sides can live to make young miss Green proud of who we are. I'd like to know what all of you thought about our Presidents speech. Let's start this new dialogue out on a constructive note.

Zeitgeis(Time Ghost): The Moving Force Behind Jared Loughner

And then there was this (2:25 for the money quote set-up):
The interview is revealing on a number of point but here is the He did not watch TV. He disliked the news. He didn’t listen to political radio. He didn’t take sides. He wasn’t on the left. He wasn’t on the right One one former close friend of Loughner’s said he went from a stable high school student to a violent, self-medicated “monster” after his girlfriend dumped him during his junior year of high school.
Zachary Osler said that Loughner, who would walk around with his jaw and fist clenched, spent “excessive amounts of money” on drugs.
Osler said Loughner consumed marijuana, cocaine, psilocybin mushrooms and the hallucigenic salvia.
“There was no political motive in this, [Jared] was just angry at the world,” he said.
Loughner ended his friendship with Osler through a text message two years ago, writing to him, “I don’t want to be friends with you anymore.”
Osler also said that Loughner’s favorite quote was, “Out of chaos breathes creation.”
Osler, who spent a lot of time at the Loughner’s home during high school, described the family’s home as “cold, dark and unpleasant“ and added that he always felt ”unwelcomed.”
Littered with musical instruments and a computer in the middle of the room, Osler said he never observed a particularly loving relationship between the Loughners. Loughner once told Osler that he loved his pet dog Hannah more than his parents.
“They did very few family activities together besides going to car races and one family vacation to the beach, and they never decorated their house for the holidays,” recalled Osler. “Jared’s parents were religious but Jared proclaimed himself as an atheist.”
This is the crazy movie and beliefs of Loughner. If you know anyone that believes in this psycho crape get away from them fast. This is the fringe of conspiracy theories. Do you think that these movies drove him overboard? While the left-wing is trying to play politics with this tragedy, we need to look at what was in this mans mind. A real and truthful look at what he believed and why he might have believed it.  Or we could just take the path the Democrats want to take and go after the first and second amendments. I don't see that one working out too well for the Democratic Party, so I'd like to see them keep driving their party and ideology into a wall. I'd like to know what you all think of this video and what his ex-friend said about him? I'm sure we will be hearing more and more about these movies so you may want to understand them first.This is the Zeitgeis movie that goes after religion and Christians. Have any of you watched these videos before this?

Well Said Sarah Palin


America's Enduring Strength

By Sarah Palin

Like millions of Americans I learned of the tragic events in Arizona on Saturday, and my heart broke for the innocent victims. No words can fill the hole left by the death of an innocent, but we do mourn for the victims’ families as we express our sympathy.
I agree with the sentiments shared yesterday at the beautiful Catholic mass held in honor of the victims. The mass will hopefully help begin a healing process for the families touched by this tragedy and for our country.
Our exceptional nation, so vibrant with ideas and the passionate exchange and debate of ideas, is a light to the rest of the world. Congresswoman Giffords and her constituents were exercising their right to exchange ideas that day, to celebrate our Republic’s core values and peacefully assemble to petition our government. It’s inexcusable and incomprehensible why a single evil man took the lives of peaceful citizens that day.
There is a bittersweet irony that the strength of the American spirit shines brightest in times of tragedy. We saw that in Arizona. We saw the tenacity of those clinging to life, the compassion of those who kept the victims alive, and the heroism of those who overpowered a deranged gunman.
Like many, I’ve spent the past few days reflecting on what happened and praying for guidance. After this shocking tragedy, I listened at first puzzled, then with concern, and now with sadness, to the irresponsible statements from people attempting to apportion blame for this terrible event.
Palin Accuses Media of 'Blood Libel' in Giffords Shooting Aftermath
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) on Wednesday accused the media of "blood libel" by looking to assign blame for the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.).
Palin offered a pointed defense of herself and other political leaders who used sometimes heated rhetoric on the 2010 campaign trail — rhetoric some Democrats say created an environment that fueled the assassination attempt against Giffords.

Peace Corps Gang Rape

AP File
More than 1,000 young American women have been raped or sexually assaulted in the last decade while serving as Peace Corps volunteers in foreign countries, an ABC News 20/20 investigation has found. This is a sad finding. I pray they confront this problem head on and fix it within their culture.

'I'm Starting to Think the Attack on the Right Is a Cover-up for the Left'


Could he be right? I'd like to know what you think about what he is saying?

Republican Peter King Brings Forth Gun Legislation

AP Graphic
Rep. Peter King, a Republican from New York, is planning to introduce legislation that would make it illegal to bring a gun within 1,000 feet of a government official, according to a person familiar with the congressman's intentions. Will removing guns within 1,000 feet of a government office going to stop criminals from killing? Gosh I hope it works. I see no way that a criminal will get past that law and kill another government employee. One thing though, does that mean that people with guns can't walk or drive by a government office if they have a CCW? It kind of sounds to me like this new legislation wasn't thought out too well. It almost seems like a token rather then legislation that will do something. When will we start thinking with our heads instead of our hearts? We will never ever take away guns from the criminals by taking guns away from the citizens. Chicago tried it and crime went through the roof.  I lived in Japan where guns are illegal and have been for a very long time before I got their in the 90's. The police didn't even have guns. But the Yakuza-Japanese mafia-all had guns. I'd never seen such a thing in my life and I pray I never do. Guns,just like pipe bombs are not our enemy no matter how much they say they are. And crazy violence already is illegal and we haven't found a cure for that one yet. When you look at the full picture of 80 million gun owners in America fishing boats are more dangerous then guns. If we don't start taking an honest look at the problem we can never find a solution. And if there is no solution to insanity then so be it. Is there a way we can debate this as a nation without it getting heated on both sides?

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The Liberals And MSM Are Just In Their Death Roll

I have been watching MSNBC and CNN to try and get their perspective. I've come to the conclusion that they are at the end. I think Gandhi said it best when he said something like this...first they ignore at you,then they laugh at you,last they attack you and then you win. I think that this is the beginning of the end for liberals and MSNBC. It is clear that they must do what they are doing to try and save their failing ideology. Just watch the Ed Show or Keith Olbermann and you will see what I'm talking about. Try not to take them seriously when you watch them or you wont make it through the whole show. It's a shame that the Democrats have used this tragedy to bring up the gun debate. I can't see that one ending in calm cool debates. I'm sure conservatives don't want to think about the first and second amendments right now either.  Now President Obama can have a defining moment if he handles this like an community organizer and father,husband rather then a politician or professor. I wish he would just do that and maybe both sides can heal together rather then ripping open old wounds. I'm sure that President Obama will step up and do it right. I pray his words are clear and that we can all comment on the blog about how great his speech was.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Arizona Aftermath: Beck Issues Challenge to American People, Politicians and Media

writen by: Glenn Beck

While Americans are grappling to understand the Arizona tragedy, the absolute vacuum of leadership on both sides is staggering.
We live in a country that has been struck by John Hinckley Jr. and Sirhan Sirhan, Lee Harvey Oswald and Mark David Chapman.  And one that’s been hit by terrorists like Timothy McVeigh, the DC Sniper John Allen Muhammad, the Fort Hood killer Nidal Hasan, and 19 highjackers all claiming to be freedom fighters. You’d think we’d understand the difference between madmen and terrorists.
All evidence points to the fact that the assailant from this weekend was severely mentally disturbed.  His belief system was not rational by any modern political standard.  He was an atheist, believed George W. Bush was responsible for 9/11, feared a global currency, cited the Communist Manifesto as one of his favorite books and thought the Mars rover landing was staged.  These are not the opinions of a coherent individual.
Far too often, we have seen in our schools and in our post offices, acts of violence from misfits of society. While we can look for the warning signs, these horrific events will always be with every nation.
Though violence is a human problem, every American citizen can make a personal choice today.   Do you believe that Americans, from any walk of life, can convince themselves they are freedom fighters and carry out acts of violence?  My answer is yes. If you agree then you must take a clear stand.
Turning these horrific events into an opportunity for a political attack is a very childish response to a very grown-up problem.  This is not about winning a political blame game.  Atheists are not to blame.  Those who hate George W. Bush are not to blame.  Those who don’t believe in space travel are not to blame.  Jared Lee Loughner is to blame.  Period.
This tragedy should not be used as an opportunity to try and bend reality to retroactively place a madman on the other side of the aisle. It should be a time to pray for the victims and their families, a time that we can all come together and state that violence is off limits for all sides in a Republic.  It’s a time for us to state with a unified passion that we won’t accept anyone who threatens or actually carries out violence.
Denouncing violence from all sides including your own does not make your movement any less just.  To quote Martin Luther King:
But there is something that I must say to my people, who stand on the warm threshold which leads into the palace of justice: In the process of gaining our rightful place, we must not be guilty of wrongful deeds. Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred. We must forever conduct our struggle on the high plane of dignity and discipline. We must not allow our creative protest to degenerate into physical violence. Again and again, we must rise to the majestic heights of meeting physical force with soul force.
I challenge all Americans, left or right, regardless if you’re a politician, pundit, painter, priest, parishioner, poet or porn star to agree with all of the following.
I denounce violence, regardless of ideological motivation.
I denounce anyone, from the Left, the Right or middle, who believes physical violence is the answer to whatever they feel is wrong with our country.
I denounce those who wish to tear down our system and rebuild it in their own image, whatever that image may be.
I denounce those from the Left, the Right or middle, who call for riots and violence as an opportunity to bring down and reconstruct our system.
I denounce violent threats and calls for the destruction of our system – regardless of their underlying ideology – whether they come from the Hutaree Militia or Frances Fox Piven.
I hold those responsible for the violence, responsible for the violence.  I denounce those who attempt to blame political opponents for the acts of madmen.
I denounce those from the Left, the Right or middle that sees violence as a viable alternative to our long established system of change made within the constraints of our constitutional Republic.
I will stand with anyone willing to sign that pledge.  Today I make a personal choice.  I urge leaders of both sides and all walks of life to join me as all Americans joined hands on 9.12.2001.
I believe that we must change ourselves to hold on to our republic.  That’s why I have been talking about e4.  Enlightenment.  Education.  Empowerment.  Entrepreneurship.  It’s a personal solution for all of us to become the people we were born to be, not the people we’ve allowed ourselves to become.  I have called for a personal revolution; change ourselves in order to change the world.   Those who live with honor and are responsible to themselves and their families will be the key to the future of our Republic, not those playing political games.
While everyone seems to be focused on politics, I instead choose to focus on Christina Green, the nine year old victim killed Saturday.  Born on 9.11.2001, she is now a victim of another case of horrific violence.  I hope we can all remember Christina by acting the way we did when she was one day old: To focus on values and principles, to use common sense and stop playing politics.

Why Are The Left-Wing Doing This After The AZ Shooting? OPEN THREAD

It appears that the Democratic Party is using this shooting to limit our right,again.  Is taking away guns and our free speech the way to go after this?  I'd like an honest debate about what the Democratic Party might have coming our way.                                                                                                                                                     Read this:by Meredith Jessup Meredith Jessup

Just hours after six were killed and 14 others injured in Saturday’s horrific shooting incident in Arizona, politicians 2,300 miles away in Washington, D.C. began plotting a legislative response.
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, D-N.Y., one of Congress’ fiercest gun control advocates, is looking to strike while the iron is hot. “My staff is working on looking at the different legislation fixes that we might be able to do and we might be able to introduce as early as tomorrow,” McCarthy told Politico Sunday. Rep. McCarthy said that she plans to meeting with House Speaker John Boehner and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to see “if we can work something through” this week.
At the same time, another New York Democrat is blaming the pro-gun community for Saturday’s violent shooting. In a statement Sunday, Rep. Carolyn Maloney exclaimed that “guns kill” and that “those who glamorize gun play or worship gun ownership do no service to humanity.”
“Democracy triumphs. The fundamental wisdom that has long distinguished our nation and has led her to greatness resides in our unwavering commitment to settle our differences with ballots, not bullets,” she said. “While it is too early to come to any conclusions about the causes or consequences of yesterday’s tragic events, it is never too late to reflect on lessons we have learned from earlier such tragedies, and take them to heart.”
While Maloney and McCarthy are focusing their efforts on restricting access to guns, Pennsylvania Rep. Robert Brady, a Democrat from Philadelphia, is proposing new limits on free speech. On Sunday, Brady told CNN that he plans to introduce a bill that would make it a crime for anyone to use language or symbols that could be perceived as threatening or violent against a federal official.                                                           UPDATE:"Checkpoint," the controversial Nicholson Baker novel about a man who wants to kill President G.W.Bush.
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Watch Trailer »  Please watch the trailer to this movie that was made by a fare left producer. Can the right-wing blame any murders on this movie and the protests from the left? The answer is NO for both sides.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

OPEN THREAD: Rep. Giffords Shot In Arizona

There is a lot going on in the world and this country.
 This is a sad day in America. For as long as I've been alive this has never happened. Please pray for all involved in this tragedy.This is supposed to be the shooters Jared Loughner’s You Tube Channel. Please take a look at it and tell us if you still think he's a Tea Partier.
We need to keep cooler heads when accusing before the facts come in. I'd think that the left-wing would have learned that by now. Since they have been found to be one of theirs almost every time. I'm not saying he's a lefty, but it would be a good idea to wait and find out more before we place any blame if any at all. I'm sure Homeland Security will take an honest look at what caused this man to do what he did. Either way I'm sure the left will find a way to blame us.

If you look at the fourth name on Sarahpac you will see what the left is so upset. I don't get it, but I see it. Many on the left think this is Sarah Palins fault and they are using this poster as proof. But we all know the truth about this poster and it's a stretch from the left to tag these murders to it. But like I said we will see in due time. Pray for these poor people involved. And pray for those that have so much anger in their heart that they may turn to violence in the future. Well it looks like the Democrats did the same thing, this was their “targets for Democratic gains in 2004″:
Here's the link to the MSNBC video of the special comment:  H/T to abs0628

Here's another fascinating video with Chuck Todd arrogantly dismissing the now prescient remarks which Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords made of having been placed in Sara Palin's gunsight crosshairs (at about 12:30 in the video interview):
Keith's interview with Gene Robinson:  Please take the time to tell us what you think. Your opinion does matter and that is why I have this blog. So we can see what people think.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Jon Stewart On The Union Hypocracy And Double Standards

I've posted about unions hiring non-union workers to work the polls in my area. They paid minimum wage without benefits to these laborers. It seems that the unions don't have to follow their own rules. Can anyone tell me why it's OK for the unions to not follow their own 'rules'?