Monday, April 20, 2009


Department of Homeland Security released a controversial 10-page report warning against "right-wing extremism," despite a disclaimer: "The DHS/Office of Intelligence and Analysis has no specific information that domestic right-wing terrorists are currently planning acts of violence, but right-wing extremists may be gaining new recruits by playing on their fears about several emerging issues". And from Guy Benson of Although the details vary, the overarching message is consistent. To conservatives: Be quiet. Your political speech is irresponsible and might conceivably encourage violence. To other Americans: Be afraid of these borderline-insane people. Their ranting radio hosts and wild-eyed tea party/hate fests (“not really family viewing” according to one CNN correspondent) are frightening and creepy. Welcome back, fear. Hope, we hardly knew ye. [Where were our government warnings about community organizers and their "in your faces" tactics, for instance - or warnings about possible ill-effects from listening to a Black Liberation Theology minister for 20 years? ]

And I say that while refusing to refer to Muslims who kill infidels terrorists, Janet Napolitano DOES warn all police departments to be on the look-out for good American citizens who disagree with Barack Obama and this Congress as potential terrorists! As Hillary Clinton, our Secretary of State, once famously shrieked: "I'm sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and disagree with this administration, somehow you're not patriotic. We need to stand up and say we're Americans, and we have the right to debate and disagree with any administration". To my knowledge she was never declared by the Bush Administration to be an extremist and possible terrorist for speaking up against her government's policies.....

For further elucidation, read the following paragraph, and realize that if you are reading this, your government has labeled you a possible terrorist!

"Right-wing extremism in the United States can be broadly divided into those groups, movements and adherents that are primarily hate-oriented (based on hatred of particular religious, racial or ethnic groups), and those that are mainly antigovernment, rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority, or rejecting government authority entirely. It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration." Right-wing extremist chatter on the Internet continues to focus on the economy, the perceived loss of U.S. jobs in the manufacturing and construction sectors, and home foreclosures," the assessment warns. When asked, DHS spokeswoman Sara Kuban could not name who was responsible for this "extremist chatter".

Obama, speaking after Ortega and Fernandez, said the U.S. is seeking a new beginning in its relationship with Cuba and wants an “equal partnership” with other countries in the Americas. Regional leaders “cannot let ourselves be prisoners of past disagreements,” Obama said. “You can’t blame the U.S. for every problem in this hemisphere,” Obama said. “I am very grateful that President Ortega didn’t blame me for things that happened when I was three months old.

This begs this question for Obama, and do notice he didn't say America, as everything is only about "the One": If you think it wouldn't have been right for YOU to be blamed for things that happened even in the 1980's, does this mean you will STOP blaming Americans for what happened here regarding slavery?? The 13th Amendment, passed in 1865, freed all slaves. WE don't wish to be blamed for "things that happened when" we were 150 years away from even being born.

Barack Obama has recently named 18 administration Czars. Carl Browner is the energy czar and Gil Kerlikowske is the drug czar, for instance. Even Senator Robert Byrd believes that these czar appointments are a slick way for Obama to govern without needing to work with Congress, for czars do not even have to go thru Senate confirmation hearings. This seems to be anti-Constitutional, as powers were granted to only Congress by that Constitution to make laws. Former Rep. Ernest Istook said he doesn't like the term czar either because it's too Russian.


War On Terror: Imagine a president of the United States, within his first hundred days, revealing secrets that help terrorists kill. The secret memos on enhanced interrogation, now made public, do exactly that.

Houston Chronicle, by Jennifer A. Dlouhy:
WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency’s declaration Friday that greenhouse gases
endanger the public paves the way for new federal regulation
of cars, power plants and factories that spew pollutants blamed
for climate change. [This will happen without Obama's promise
to "restore science to it's rightful place", for there will be no
debate on the statistics and facts concerning the ability of man
to reverse what the planet and it's sun is doing once again.
Worse than that, major expenditures will be put in place
without any law bein
g passed by Congress!]

A Must See: three minutes with Jonathan Krohn,

speaking at CPAC. He is 11 years old, and quite amazing

as he defines his book on conservativism:

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