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.

This Is Such A Desperate Attempt For Attention

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This Is Real Change

Brian Pannebecker of Shelby Township asks a question at a Tea Party meeting in St. Clair Shores on Tuesday. The gathering had no special agenda. Still, about 150 people attended. (WILLIAM ARCHIE/Detroit Free Press)
Brian Pannebecker of Shelby Township asks a question at a Tea Party meeting in St. Clair Shores on Tuesday. The gathering had no special agenda. Still, about 150 people attended. (WILLIAM ARCHIE/Detroit Free Press) .I'm the dumb looking guy in the far left corner.LOL
This T-shirt expresses one man's views at a Tea Party meeting in St. Clair Shores. The movement could have
There's plenty of evidence to support the everyman theory of the Tea Party, expressed above by the chairman of the Metro Detroit Freedom Coalition, a self-styled Tea Party organization. His comment came at a packed meeting of the group Tuesday evening in St. Clair Shores.

On a snowy, midweek gathering with no special agenda, people still showed up -- about 150. Tea Party demonstrations in Michigan and around the country have routinely drawn hundreds, sometimes thousands of participants. National polls have suggested the general public views the Tea Party, which is not a formal political organization, more favorably than either the Democratic or Republican Party.
And its members have become the public face of voter dissatisfaction and have been given a large measure of credit for delivering a body blow to President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats for the role they played in the upset victory of Republican Scott Brown in the special U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts last month.
Since the Brown election (coming on the heels of Republican victories in Virginia and New Jersey last fall) politicians of every stripe have been less inclined to dismiss the Tea Party as a phony grassroots outfit of fringe bigots and haters, as some on the left did when the movement took off last spring and summer.
Republicans, meanwhile, have tried to enclose the Tea Party in a warm, albeit self-serving embrace. State Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop, a Rochester Republican and 2010 candidate for attorney general, was on the agenda of speakers in St. Clair Shores. His speech was peppered with kindred-spirit language.
"It's our responsibility to take back our country."
"This is America right here."
"You all have to stand up and say, 'No.' "

'We have a common goal'

In Oakland County, 9th District GOP Chairman Glenn Clark has taken on an alter ego as a Tea Party activist, organizing protests mostly aimed at the district's Democratic U.S. Rep. Gary Peters. Clark said it's a natural fit. The Tea Party, he said, is "bringing together the former pieces of the Reagan coalition."
an impact on the 2010 elections. (Photos by WILLIAM ARCHIE/Detroit Free Press)