Monday, August 6, 2012

Michelle Obama quote; "Make the son----- deny it"; Obama sues Ohio for giving military 3 extra days to vote; The audacity of Rahm Emanuel; The new movie: 2016 Obama's America; Oops - ice sheet predictions well off the mark; Undermining the Constitution, says Mayor Bloomberg; Illegals pay just $465 for exemption; Bill Maher calls Allan West an ape; How polls lie to us; Communism in American town; Phelps didn't win it; someone else did; Reid is not certain; Obama closely tied to Solyndra; Executive order on Internet?; Schools will close because of Obamacare mandate

"Someone else is going to have to give up a piece of their pie so that someone else can have more."  Michelle Obama - 2008  [And the people accepted it.]
The late gonzo journalist, Hunter S. Thompson, added to American political lore when making a point about unscrupulous politicians in his campaign chronicle, Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail, '72.
As a young man running for office in Texas, Thompson wrote, Lyndon Johnson needed to slow down a foe's momentum. And so LBJ ordered an aide to spread the rumor that their opponent was "enjoying carnal knowledge of his own barnyard sows." 
The aide blanched, and objected. No one would believe a claim like that!
"I know," Johnson was said to have replied, "but let's make the sonofabitch deny it."
It was, said Thompson, "one of the oldest and most effective tricks in the business. Every hack in the business has used it in time of trouble."
Fifteen military groups are opposing a federal lawsuit in Ohio brought by President Barack Obama's campaign because they say it could threaten voter protections afforded to service members, such as the extended time they have to cast a ballot.
Obama's campaign and Democrats filed the lawsuit last month against Ohio's top elections official in a dispute over the battleground state's law that restricts early, in-person voting during the final three days before Election Day.

The campaign, the Democratic National Committee and the Ohio Democratic Party contend the law unfairly ends in-person voting for most Ohioans three days earlier than it does for military and overseas voters.
Should government officials be able to block businesses from opening or expanding due to disagreement with the political views of the business’ executives? Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel evidently believes he should have this power:
The anti-gay views openly espoused by the president of a fast food chain specializing in chicken sandwiches have run afoul of Mayor Rahm Emanuel and a local alderman, who are determined to block Chick-fil-A from expanding in Chicago.
“Chick-fil-A’s values are not Chicago values. They’re not respectful of our residents, our neighbors and our family members. And if you’re gonna be part of the Chicago community, you should reflect Chicago values,” Emanuel said Wednesday.
“What the CEO has said as it relates to gay marriage and gay couples is not what I believe, but more importantly, it’s not what the people of Chicago believe. We just passed legislation as it relates to civil union and my goal and my hope … is that we now move on recognizing gay marriage. I do not believe that the CEO’s comments … reflects who we are as a city.”
Obviously, it’s perfectly legitimate for private citizens to decide not to patronize a business with executives who have such views (I’d likely refrain from doing so in this case).
A Washington D.C. journalist screened the film and reported that "It scared the h- out of me!". To which Dinesh replied "what makes the film shocking is that much of the material was unreported by mainstream media". 2016 Obama's America is currently showing in producer Gerald Molen's home state of Montana, and also in Nashville and Houston-area theaters and NOW in Alaska!,2_0_0_1_207893_AMJaimIAAQyxUBr86wALiXpcSKs,2_0_0_1_160429_ALZaimIAAK1jUBn09wt%2FBH0jtE4,2_0_0_1_127487_ALZaimIAACD6UBldYgZyxAruD2A,2_0_0_1_72397_ANlbimIAAIR0UBgBKgsf8wYlayI,2_0_0_1_6508_AMJaimIAAM1UUBWJXAmlJw6SetM,&sort=date&order=down&startMid=0&hash=7ad6e6394b849d84c2284d6645157734&.jsrand=9062637
Doom-laden predictions that the seas are set to rise by a metre or more this century due to the melting of the Greenland ice sheet are well off the mark, a team of scientists has announced in a new study of the matter.
"It turns out that the ice sheet, in relation to this point, behaves more dynamically and is able to more quickly stabilise itself in comparison to what many other models and computer calculations otherwise predict," explains Professor Kurt Kjaer of Copenhagen uni.
Critics trying to shut Chick-fil-A because its CEO opposes gay marriage are undermining the very essence of the Constitution, Mayor Bloomberg declared today in a stirring defense of the embattled fast food chain.
"It isn't the right thing to do and it isn't what America stands for," Bloomberg said on his weekly WOR radio show. "And those people who don't like (Chick-fil-A) don't understand their rights were protected by people who took a difficult position in the past and stood by it. They stood up so everybody else would be free."
The mayor, a staunch advocate of marriage equality, argued that Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy has as much right to his views as does the Catholic Church, which also opposes same-sex marriage.
The Obama administration will formally begin granting some young undocumented immigrants legal status and work permits later this month under a controversial new policy first announced by President Obama in June.
The Department of Homeland Security today announced details of the application and approval process for the DREAM Act-like program, outlining specific eligibility requirements and a $465 fee. It will begin Aug. 15.
Bill Maher, the "comedian" who is one of Barack Obama's biggest donors, is even getting involved. He just called Congressman Allan West an APE!
The latest national survey by the Pew Research Center for the People &; the Press, conducted July 16-26, 2012, among 2,508 adults, including 1,956 registered voters, finds that, in keeping with his favorability advantage, Obama continues to hold a sizable lead over Romney in the election contest. Currently, 51% say they support Obama or lean toward him, while 41% support or lean toward Romney.
Sample Size:
459 Republicans
813 Democrats
599 Independents

THE BEGINNING STAGES OF COMMUNISM IN AMERICA: City Government demands all keys in  Cedar Falls, [to make it easier for the fire department to get into your homes without so much damage.  It concerns only commercial properties at this time.]


From a friend watching the Olympics: "How about that Michael Phelps? But let's remember he didn't win all those medals, someone else did. After all, he and I swam in public pools, built by state employees using tax dollars. He got training from the USOC, and ate food grown by the Department of Agriculture. He should play fair and share his medals with people like me, who can barely keep my head above water, let alone swim."{linkBack}_The_most_famous_words_of_Obama%27s_presidency
Now, do I know that that’s true?” Reid said in the interview, which also included his mention of the phone call, supposedly from an investor in Bain Capital. “Well, I’m not certain.”
No biggie! Full steam ahead! He proceeded to assert that Romney’s net worth is probably greater than published estimates of $250 million because, he explained, “You do pretty well if you don’t pay taxes for 10 years.” And so a wild supposition was magically transformed into the given from which yet another bit of speculation blossomed, and any concern with provable information was long gone, a casualty of the craven rules of political engagement these days. It’s beginning to seem as if everyone’s at the prow of a Swift Boat, pants on fire and conscience on ice.
Ever since the solar manufacturing firm went bankrupt, sinking last year with Obama's $527 million investment aboard, it has been generally acknowledged as a policy and public relations disaster. But now that the House Energy and Commerce Committee has released thousands of emails between Obama administration officials and key Solyndra players, the enormity of this disaster is becoming clearer.
White House considers executive order,
leaves Internet takeover a possibility  
The White House has left open the possibility of enacting its Internet agenda via executive order after the failed effort to bring the Democrat-supported cybersecurity bill to a full vote in the Senate last week.
Hadley Heath, a senior policy analyst at the Independent Women’s Forum, points to Pius X High School in Lincoln, Neb., which has sued the federal government. The school’s administrators are “arguing that Pius X would be forced to choose between compliance and shutting its doors entirely,” says Heath. “The Obama administration shouldn’t be in the business of reducing choices for the 5-plus million students who are currently attending religious K–12 schools.”
Why would the school ever have to shut down? Because of the punitive fines that are to be levied for non-compliance with the controversial mandate. If the government decides to collect those fines, choosing conscience over Caesar’s edict would prove crippling to the likes of Pius X in dioceses across the country.


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