Saturday, April 3, 2010

Illegal Immigration, the FCC, & Demonizing by Political Opponents

Obama’s Greatest Crime

Posted by Ralph Peters on Apr 2nd, 2010

President Barack Obama’s greatest crime against our flag and the republic for which it stands isn’t his administration’s health-care theft bill.  That’s mere shoplifting compared to what’s coming next.
Obama and the leftwing of the Democratic Party intend to turn ten to eleven million illegal immigrants into voters as expeditiously as possible, giving them a permanent national electoral majority based upon a beholden Lumpenproletariat.  If they succeed, our country will face mob rule.
No individual who broke the law to enter this country should ever be allowed to decide who becomes our president, governor, senator—or town council member.  If there is one message patriotic Americans must act upon during the remainder of Obama’s reign, it’s this: No voting rights for illegals.
No other issue of our time matters remotely as much—not our lukewarm struggle with Islamist terror or even our metastasizing deficits.  This isn’t about tax increases or where to hold terror trials.  It’s about preserving our democratic institutions for law-abiding citizens.
According to the Washington Times, Internet taxation (on goods and services) is on the way in the proposed FCC bill,  inserted within page 58 of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) National Broadband Plan released this week:

A Mount Dora doctor posted a sign telling Obama health care supporters to go elsewhere.

Sign at the office door of Dr. Jack Cassell, a Mount Dora 
For his patients, Obamacare begins right now......   This won't last, but it is interesting, since Obama says all the doctors are for his bill.
I learned today that Capital Blue Cross announced this week that it has eliminated 182 jobs in what the Harrisburg, PA-based health insurer said is an ongoing effort to increase efficiency and lower operating costs.
There were 11 mass layoffs impacting 50 or more jobs at the nation's nongovernmental hospitals in February, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced today.
February's mass layoffs, coupled with the 13 mass layoffs at hospitals in January, are on a pace with the first two months of 2009, a year that ended with a record 152 mass layoffs affecting more than 13,000 hospital jobs.
This following story about Andrew Breitbart points out to all conservatives that when we gather in public, we must behave ourselves, and take photos and videos of leftist radicals who will be trying to make us look like the terrorist Tea Party people they excoriate.  The last time Andrew Breitbart went to a large Tea Party-related event populated by liberals… well, the video speaks for itself. This time around, he got caught in the crossfire of an anti-Tea Party egg-throwing escapade– and was almost arrested after being accused of attacking Tea Partiers himself.
It’s a pretty remarkable story. Breitbart claims that, upon arriving in the area, he found an individual who identified himself as a pro-Reid union member directing Tea Party participants in the opposite direction of the Searchlight event, along with a “group of people who were agitating and egging on literally the procession of cars coming into Searchlight.” When confronted about what he was doing there, the man responded nonchalantly, “I’m misdirecting traffic.”  The incident, meanwhile, fits perfectly into Breitbart’s “false narrative” media theory: the extreme left-wing media has such control over information that “they know they can get away with things in daylight,” including highly-infantile use of edible projectiles. And, worse, they have control of the government, too. “What I find very suspicious was that the police were happy to investigate me,” he said, but when he told them he had video evidence of the crowd’s guilt, “the police had zero interest in going into that crowd.” Breitbart promised an avalanche of video footage to back up his claims, including the above clip, to be released sometime this week.
In Sept. of '06, the Boston Globe wrote the following: 
On Air America, talk show host Randi Rhodes recommended doing to Bush what Michael Corleone, in ``The Godfather, Part II," does to his brother. ``Like Fredo," she said, ``somebody ought to take him out fishing and phuw!" -- then imitated the sound of a gunshot. In the Guardian, a leading British daily, columnist Charlie Brooker issued a plea: ``John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald, John Hinckley Jr. -- where are you now that we need you?"
For the more literary Bush-hater, there is ``Checkpoint," a novel by Nicholson Baker in which two characters discuss the wisdom of shooting the president. ``I'm going to kill that bastard," one character fumes. Some Bush-hatred masquerades as art: At Chicago's Columbia College, a curated exhibit included a sheet of mock postage stamps bearing the words ``Patriot Act" and depicting President Bush with a gun to his head. There are even Bush-assassination fashion statements, such as the ``KILL BUSH" T-shirts that were on offer last year at CafePress, an online retailer. 
Which brings us to ``Death of a President," a new movie about the assassination of George W. Bush.
Written and directed by British filmmaker Gabriel Range, the movie premieres today at the Toronto Film Festival and will air next month on Britain's Channel 4. Shot in the style of a documentary, the movie opens with what looks like actual footage of Bush being gunned down by a sniper as he leaves a Chicago hotel in October 2007. Through the use of digital special effects, the film superimposes the president's face onto the body of the actor playing him, so that the mortally wounded man collapsing on the screen will seem, all too vividly, to be Bush himself.

Now President Barack Obama says he finds harsh rhetoric from political opponents "troublesome" and says such talk isn't surprising in times of economic distress and sweeping societal changes.
He tells CBS a president has to have "pretty thick skin" and said he worries about a climate in which "the other side is demonized" by political opponents. 

[What arrogance and hypocrisy!  This is the man who tells conservatives to "bring it on", who laughingly says Armageddon has not occurred as those who don't trust him with the Presidency have said it would.
One would like to assume that he isn't aware that Harry Reid called George Bush stupid.  I would like to think that he is unaware of the fact that Democrats are calling us Tea Baggers, spitters and "n" word shouters (with absolutely not a shred of proof). I would like to think that he condemns Charley Rangle for comparing Tea Party members to segregationists.  It was Obama who said progressives  should argue with conservatives and get in their faces, that he'd like his friend to debate Sean Hannity and tear him up.  It was he who said that he doesn't want to quell the anger against Wall Street companies - leading to busloads of liberals intimidating them in front of their homes.  And yet he is saying that it is we who are demonizing him and his band of America haters. We are not that stupid, Mr. President.
From the New York Daily News: Obama Inc. is making a buck off Joe Biden calling the health care victory a "big f----ing deal."! The "Health Reform is a BFD" T-shirt appeared this week on the fundraising website hosted by President Obama's perpetual campaign, Organizing for America. The Tee is available to anyone who makes at least a $25 online contribution to OFA. "Traffic on the Web site spiked considerably since we put the shirts on sale," spokesman Hari Sevugan said Thursday.  [So - we have FDR's New Deal, Harry Truman's Fair Deal, and now Barack Obama's Big F-ing Deal. Yes, our public discourse has surely been degraded through the years.]  

No comments:

Post a Comment