Friday, June 8, 2012

National Security Advisor told to shut up; Drive to recall Governor Snyder is called off; 2000 conservative activists head to Chicago; Conservative bloggers are SWAT-ed; Michigan House votes for small tax cut; Miss USA contestants need primer on USA; Obama connected to Socialist "New Party"; Obamacare dramatically increases cost of insurance for young people; Crazed leftists calling for murder; Dems now believe Obama could lose; ACORN gets illegal money from Obama; Left not outspent 7 to 1 in Wisconsin

Robert Gates, the former defense secretary, reportedly blasted the national security team in the Obama White House for blabbing about the raid to kill Osama bin Laden. "Shut the f--- up," Gates told Tom Donilon, who is now Obama's national security adviser, according to a book by New York Times reporter David Sanger. [Now, of course, Republicans and Democrats alike are livid that to make the President look strong highly secure information was leaked which makes our allies refuse to help us any more.]
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) said Wednesday she has “never seen it worse” regarding recent national security leaks in a series of reported stories that contained sensitive national security details.
“Well, I’ve been on the Intelligence Committee for 11 years, and I have never seen it worse,” Feinstein said of the leaks in a CNN interview.
The group looking to recall Gov. Rick Snyder is ending its attempt, saying it fell “well short” of its goal of collecting 200,000 petition signatures by June 1.
Michigan Rising, a Dearborn-based advocacy group, started the effort in April after saying the Snyder has “abused children” and “is bad for Michigan.”
“It has become abundantly clear that Michigan Rising was not going accomplish its goal of recalling Gov. Snyder,” spokesman Bruce Fealk said in a release this morning.
“The results in Wisconsin crystallized how difficult a task it is to recall a sitting governor, even when the unions and the Democratic Party play a significant role in the effort. [Congratulations to all who worked tirelessly to get out the conservative vote!]

Emboldened by Wisconsin victory, 2,000 conservative activists set to gather in Chicago


Radical Liberals Endangering Conservative Bloggers!

While we may have to contend with one liberal politician after another, they have no power without the liberal voters who believe them.  Even more dangerous of sorts are the ones who go out of their way to exterminate the liberties, peace, and prosperity that forged this great nation.  While a politician may still have to ‘be on their best behavior’ because they are under the public eye, there are lurking liberals in shady places just waiting to do the First Amendment as much harm as possible.  The weapons they use?  The strong arm of law enforcement, but in a felonious kind of way.
‘SWAT-ed’ is a term that refers to an intimidation tactic whereby the perpetrator uses VOIP tech to make the police think that a serious crime is occurring at the residence of the victim.  Essentially, the SWAT teams bust in, the victim is handcuffed, and everybody has a very, very bad day, with the perpetrator laughing in the shadows.  Patrick Frey, a conservative blogger that was SWAT-ed on July 1st, 2011, mentions that “It’s a phone call that could have gotten me killed,”.  Arlette Saenz on gives details on the event:
Just after midnight on July 1, 2011, Patrick Frey, a deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles and a conservative blogger who writes under the name “Patterico,” heard a pounding at his door as sheriff’s deputies arrived to investigate a call from Frey’s home about a man who claimed he had killed his wife. But no one in Frey’s home had been killed, and no one had made a phone call to the police.”
The report goes on to say:
Frey was cuffed by police while they woke up his wife, who was asleep in their room, and questioned her about the safety of the children.  Helicopters swarmed overhead with searchlights as the sheriff’s deputies investigated.”  [I live in a small community.  Perhaps it is time I had a talk with my local Sheriff.]
Today, U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder regarding recent reports that several conservative political commentators have been targeted with harassing and frightening actions. Chambliss demanded that Holder examine these cases to determine if federal laws have been violated.

The use of SWAT-ting as a harassment tool is apparently not new, but its use as a tool for targeting political speech appears to be a more recent development…While these incidences are currently small in number, and have fortunately not led to any accidental physical harm, they are extremely concerning. The perpetrators appear to be targeting individuals who are vigorously exercising their First Amendment rights to political speech…Regardless of any potential political differences that may exist, threats and intimidation have no place in our national political discourse. Those who choose to enter into that political discourse should not have to worry about potential threats to their or their family’s safety.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The state House voted Wednesday to spend part of the state's $300-million budget surplus on a small election-year tax cut.
Democrats criticized the Republican move as an election-year ploy but mostly voted for the two bills.
"We've gone from a decade of deficits to a small surplus," said Rep. Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan. "We can move forward with returning some of that surplus to the people."
For women battling each other to claim the coveted crown of Miss USA, you would think they'd care to know the basics of their country.
But a hilarious quiz has revealed nearly half of the contestants quizzed on the nation's vice president could not name him.
And most did not know the colour of the waves of grain mentioned in the song America the Beautiful - a mainstay of classrooms across the country.

Do you not think that this information should have been given to Americans prior to his election for President?  WND previously reported on newspaper evidence showing Obama was a member of the New Party, which sought to elect members to public office with the aim of moving the Democratic Party far leftward to ultimately form a new political party with a socialist agenda.
Excerpt from New Party publication (Courtesy New Zeal blog)
Among the New Party’s stated objectives were “full employment, a shorter work week, and a guaranteed minimum income for all adults; a universal ‘social wage’ to include such basic benefits as health care, child care, vacation time and lifelong access to education and training; a systematic phase-in of comparable worth and like programs to ensure gender equity.” 
Asked by WND whether he thinks Obama has socialist leanings, Davidson stated, “The truth is that Obama was and is a liberal Democrat and an Alinskyist community organizer – which if you know much about Alinsky, is just militant liberalism.”
But the New Zeal blog dug up print copies of the New Party News, the party’s official newspaper, which show Obama posing with New Party leaders, listing him as a New Party member and printing quotes from him as a member.

Barack Obama pictured in New Party publication (Courtesy New Zeal blog)
During his first campaign for the Illinois state senate in 1995-96, Barack Obama was a member of, and was endorsed by, the far-left New Party. Obama’s New Party ties give the lie to his claim to be a post-partisan, post-ideological pragmatist. Particularly in Chicago, the New Party functioned as the electoral arm of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN). So despite repeated attempts to distance himself from ACORN, Obama’s New Party ties raise disturbing questions about his links to those proudly militant leftists. The media’s near-total silence on this critical element of Obama’s past is deeply irresponsible.

JERUSALEM – President Obama participated
Heavens to Betsy, young Americans who still think Barack Obama wants to give them hope and change need to check out Avik Roy's enlightening (and alarming) article in Forbes. Here's a bit of it.

Last March, I wrote a detailed piece on why Obamacare will dramatically increase the cost of insurance for young people. Yesterday, Louise Radnofsky of the Wall Street Journal reported that some colleges are dropping their student health plans for the new academic year, because the new law increases the cost of those plans by as much as 1,112 percent. And no, that’s not a typo.
In light of the crushing victory Scott Walker had tonight, liberals are returning to their normal civility: calling for his murder and promises to kill him. Across the internet, crazed leftists are calling for the governor to be assassinated, as they clearly have no respect for democratic elections. Below are just a few of the disgusting comments posted throughout the internet tonight.
With five months until Election Day, Barack Obama faces a grim new reality: Republicans now believe Mitt Romney can win, and Democrats believe Obama can lose ... Last week's anemic job-creation and economic-growth data was sandwiched between two Bill Clinton specials: in one television interview, the 42nd President lauded Romney's business record as "sterling"; in another, he veered from the Obama line on the extension of Bush-era tax cuts ... The failure to unseat Wisconsin's Republican governor Scott Walker in a recall election was another bad sign for Democrats since it will rev up conservatives nationwide, including the kind of millionaires who gave big bucks to Walker's effort ...[And the latest polls put Romney ahead of Obama in Michigan.  Congratulations again, you Wisconsin patriots!]
Congress prohibited the federal government from funding the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), but that hasn’t stopped the Obama administration from funneling nearly half a billion dollars to the controversial group’s founder.
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch reports the Treasury Department awarded $445 million to the Illinois Hardest Hit Program, the director of which is Joe McGavin, former director at ACORN:
JW found that a subcomponent of the state-run Illinois Housing Development Authority, known as the Illinois Hardest Hit Program, has just received a generous $445,603,557 Treasury infusion. The Obama Administration established Hardest Hit in 2010 to provide targeted aid to families in states hit hardest by the economic and housing market downturn, according to its website.
As you can see, it is a flat out lie that the left was outspent 7 to 1 in Wisconsin. In fact, considering the money unions spent on things like “voter education”, which are not even tabulated as political activity, the unions probably outspent everyone. We don’t know because they don’t exactly have to disclose it all right now.-


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