Monday, April 9, 2012

AZ asks for proof of eligibilityu; Suing Arizona; NYC Public Schools ban certain words in tests; Biden defends Obamacare; Unions to train 10,000 Occupy protesters; Obama tells media how to cover his ideas; NBC admits errors against Zimmerman; Judiciary awakened by Obama's words; Voter I.D. causes boycott of Coke and Walmart; Explaining Social Darwinsim; Jackson calls for hoodies on blacks at polling centers;

Expose Obama writes: Approximately 1200 were allowed to fill the room to capacity,and many had to be turned away. Signatures were collected from 1,092 people who were required to be Arizonians. That petition contains a request that the state legislature pass a resolution requiring the Chairwoman of the Democrat National Committee,Debbie Wasserman Schultz,to submit proof of Constitutional eligibility for Barack Hussein Obama as a condition to have his name placed on the ballot. By state law,the resolution would not require the signature of the state governor,Jan Brewer,so we were told. Well enough;and we pray that it will come to pass.
The law enforcement agency is Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Office of Maricopa County,Arizona and the taxpayer cost-free Cold Case Posse that conducted the investigation. 
 Reuters reports: he Obama administration on Tuesday said it was preparing to sue Arizona county sheriff Joe Arpaio and his department for violating civil rights laws by improperly targeting Latinos in a bid to crack down on illegal immigrants.
Redstate writes: Recently, the New York City public school system put out guidelines to providers of test materials to the district. The guidelines included a list of naughty words that should not be included in the materials, so as not to stress out, offend, or cause boo-boos to the children of the city, who are mainly made of glass it would seem. Among the no good, very bad words were “birthday”, “dinosaur”, “Halloween”, and references to junk food, swimming pools, and computers.
This, dear friends, is unarguably a good thing. Take, for example, birthdays. Did you know that some people don’t celebrate birthdays? And since they don’t celebrate them, they would obviously be emotionally distressed to consider that other people do. Tsk, tsk. Likewise, Halloween might evoke paganism, and everyone knows school children are vehemently and actively opposed to such talk, ever since the Great Pagan and Gradeschooler War of nineteen aught seven.
Swimming pools and computers, you would imagine, are banned because some people don’t have one or both of these things, and might therefore forget what two plus two equals when presented with the horrible reality that some people do.  It’s scary words too, like “slavery”, “terrorism”, “space aliens” and Lady Gaga (but I repeat myself). All in the interest of protecting virgin minds from seeing words on tests they see every day in life and, indeed, the normal course of their classrooms.
 Daily Caller writes: President Joe Biden defended President Barack Obama’s health care reform law Tuesday, specifically praising the provision that requires companies to cover individuals with pre-existing conditions, criticizing “Senator Romney” for opposing this part of the law.

Townhall writes: Unions Plan to Train 100,000 Occupy Protesters

But just how many groups are calling for Occupy action this Spring?
Jobs With Justice, United Auto Workers,National Peoples Action, National Domestic Workers Alliance,, New Organizing Institute, Movement Strategy Center, The Other 98%, Service Employees International Union, AFL-CIO, Rebuild the Dream, Color of Change, UNITE-HERE, Greenpeace, Institute for Policy Studies, PICO National Network, New Bottom Line, Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement, SNCC Legacy Project, United Steel Workers, Working Families Party, Communications Workers of America, United States Student Association, Rainforest Action Network, American Federation of Teachers, Leadership Center for the Common Good, UNITY, National Guestworker Alliance,, The Ruckus Society, Citizen Engagement Lab, smartMeme Strategy & Training Project, Right to the City Alliance, Pushback Network, Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, Progressive Democrats of America, Change to Win, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, Campaign for America's Future, Public Campaign Action Fund, Fuse Washington, Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment, Citizen Action of New York, Engage, United Electrical Workers Union, National Day Laborers Organizing Network, Alliance for a Just Society, The Partnership for Working Families, United Students Against Sweatshops,, Get Equal, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, Corporate Accountability International, American Federation of Government Employees, Training for Change, People Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER), Student Labor Action Project, Colorado Progressive Coalition, Green for All, DC Jobs with Justice, Midwest Academy, The Coffee Party, International Forum on Globalization, UFCW International Union, Sunflower Community Action, Illinois People's Action, Lakeview Action Coalition, Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada, International Brotherhood of the Teamsters, Resource Generation, Highlander Research and Education Center, TakeAction Minnesota, Energy Action Coalition.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Real Clear Politics writes: "This bears on your reporting," President Obama said to journalists. "I think that there is oftentimes the impulse to suggest that if the two parties are disagreeing then they're equally at fault and the truth lies somewhere in the middle. And an equivalence is presented which I think reinforces peoples' cynicism about Washington in general. This is not one of those situations where there's an equivalency."

"As all of you are doing your reporting, I think it's important to remember that the positions that I am taking now on the budget and a host of other issues. if we had been having this discussion 20 years ago or even 15 years ago … would've been considered squarely centrist positions," Obama said a few moments later.
Dailyu Caller writes: NBC: We deeply regret our error that made
George Zimmerman sound like a racist,
and now you should leave us alone
Daily Mail reports: President Obama’s little temper tantrum over the Supreme Court voting down his unconstitutional takeover of the health insurance industry may have awakened a sleeping giant — the Judiciary. Good lawyers know better than to tick off judges. And your common graduate of Cleveland State University knows the Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of the law. Apparently a Harvard education was wasted on the president because on Monday, the president said it was “unprecedented” for a “group of unelected people” to tell him no. Instead of studying John Marshall, Charles Evans Hughes and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Barack Obama must have been poring over George Wallace’s tirades against that “group of unelected people” in Washington.
Like I said, don’t tick off the judge.
Washington Examiner reports: Democratic officials Wednesday launched a two-pronged attack on states with new
laws requiring identification before voting, the highlight being a call
to boycott Coke, Walmart and others that back a leading organization
pushing for voter ID laws.
Coke was quick to react to the boycott threat, pulling support from the targeted group just five hours after it was called.
Yahoo News reports: A political communication authority at the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg Center, explains that social Darwinism is a concept, an extension of Darwinism [recently used by President Obama], that essentially says that those who are innately superior, often biologically superior, are advantaged in the conflict among or between groups.
She doesn't think that is what Obama is suggesting when he uses the term. Instead, what he is probably trying to convey is that he thinks Republicans subscribe to a theory that each person is on his own — no help from others, no government help.
The term is loaded with all sorts of negative historical associations. It has ties in the past to the rationalization of inequality, says Jamieson, as well as to the eugenics movement and the idea that those who are unfit should not be allowed to propagate.
And that's probably not what the president intends to suggest.  [This from the man who adores Planned Parenthood, which Margaret Sanger started in order to reduce the number of those very inferior classes of people, and who condones the abortions of millions of his own black babies. This, from a man who just doesn't understand that it is conservatives who actually believe in taking care of those who cannot take care of themselves, but with personal money, not government dole.] 

Jesse Jackson Calls On Blacks To Wear Hoodies To Polling Places



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