Wednesday, March 3, 2010

The Expense of Obamacare, Bi-partisanship, Al Gore, Alcohol, Safe Schools, Land Grabs

Juan Williams of Fox News said, "the people aren't eating the dog food" (Obama's health care plans).
Here's an excellent speech on the expense of Obama care from the Budget Committee's Ranking member, so it should be correct!   Congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin is impressive in his speech-making without having to use tele-prompters, and he is right on in his message. 
The Hill reports:  "House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Sunday that Republicans have left their mark on the healthcare bill and should accept that the bill will go forward.

"They've had plenty of opportunity to make their voices heard," she said on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday morning. "Bipartisanship is a two-way street. A bill can be bipartisan without bipartisan votes. Republicans have left their imprint."
Investor's Business Daily writes of Al Gore's Sunday Op-Ed in the NYT:  Climate Fraud: "Al Gore resurfaces in an op-ed to say that nobody's perfect, everybody makes mistakes and climate change is still real. And he has some oceanfront property in the Himalayas to sell you. If hyperbole and chutzpah had a child, it would be the opening paragraph of Gore's op-ed in Sunday's New York Times. Gore surfaced from the global warming witness-protection program to opine that despite admissions of error and evidence of fraud by various agencies, we still face "an unimaginable calamity requiring large-scale, preventive measures to protect human civilization as we know it."  [He must be afraid of not continuing to personally benefit by having lucrative cap and trade funds enriching his company.  Isn't  this a conflict of interest?]
Washington Times, by Jim Robbins    Original Article
"The Guardian reports that President Obama's doctors have recommended he moderate
his "alcohol intake." Most reportage on the president's recent physical has focused on Mr.
Obama's continuing smoking habit, but revelation of a potential drinking problem is a much
bigger story. How much "alcohol intake" does it take to get a doctor's attention? And what
did the president drink and when did he drink it?"
Big Government reports that Safe Schools Csar Kevin Jennings' will be getting millions
more next year to promote his agenda.  As they wrote: "Under Jennings’ leadership,
GLSEN has provided students with a “school climate” continuum measurement tool.
This tool reveals a lot about Jennings’ true goals: A positively rated “inclusive school,”
for instance, is defined as one where “LGBT themes are fully integrated into curricula
across a variety of subject areas and grade levels.”

This may appear innocent enough until you take a closer look at the radical GLSEN
agenda. Kevin Jennings, the founder of the GLSEN organization, has a long history
of promoting sexual material in classrooms including books that describe sex between
first graders and books that promote S&M. The GLSEN group also pushes books
that romanticize child rape and books that show men having sex with boy scouts in the
background. Jennings’ GLSEN group also organized student-teacher seminars where
instructors held fisting lectures. He sounds like just the person who deserves a fat $45
million raise, huh?"  [This proves again my long-held belief that the progressive 
agenda of America has been fomented in our public schools for decades, and is 
continuing apace with Obama's appointments.]
"You'd think the Obama administration is busy enough controlling the banks,
insurance companies and automakers, but thanks to whistleblowers at the
Department of the Interior, we now learn they're planning to increase their
control over energy-rich land in the West.
A secret administration memo has surfaced revealing plans for the federal
government to seize more than 10 million acres from Montana to New Mexico,
halting job- creating activities like ranching, forestry, mining and energy development.
Worse, this land grab would dry up tax revenue that's essential for funding schools,
firehouses and community centers.
President Obama could enact the plans in this memo with just the stroke of a pen,
without any input from the communities affected by it, [just as Presidents Carter 
and Clinton did during their administrations].
From the AP: "A group of Democratic senators is urging the Obama administration
to suspend an economic stimulus program aimed at financing renewable energy,
complaining that money is going to projects that are creating jobs in foreign countries.
The four senators, led by Chuck Schumer of New York, wrote to Treasury Secretary 
Timothy Geithner on Tuesday to request a moratorium on the Recovery Act program.
They asked that the moratorium remain in place until they can pass legislation mandating
stimulus aid flow only to projects which preserve and create U.S. jobs."
The NYT writes: "To meet the Obama administration’s targets for cutting greenhouse
gas emissions, some researchers say, Americans may have to experience a sobering 
reality: gas at $7 a gallon. To reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the transportation 
sector 14 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, the cost of driving must simply increase,
according to a forthcoming report by researchers at Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science
and International Affairs.


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