Thursday, August 9, 2012

Republican considers bill to repeal everything Obama has signed into law; Mitt Romney wasn't there to kill Soptics wife; Democrat national vote fraud strategy exposed; Seeking more government dependents; Hope and Change displayed by gunboats in Tampa; No, Mr. President, the whole world would not like to trade places with us; Poor Michelle, she doesn't get paid!; Effects of Obamacare on Papa John's; Such lofty Presidental language: "Don't muck it up"; Obama administration tells police not to arrest Portland Occupy scofflaws; Republicas will be filing lawsuit against Atty General Holder; The goodness of Pete Hoekstra; Milk is NOT good for us?; MI 2nd worst state for retirement

Joe the Plumber Wurzelbacher
*Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), an outspoken critic of just about everything President Obama supports, is considering introducing a bill that would repeal everything Obama has signed into law.

King put forward this suggestion to an Iowa audience on Tuesday, when he also reiterated his threat to sue the Obama administration for its June decision not to deport younger illegal immigrants. Under that policy change, illegal immigrants who are in school or have served in the military would get a two-year deferral from deportation.

"I am bringing him to court, and we're going to defend the Constitution of the United States and the separation of powers," King said Tuesday, according to The Messenger in Iowa.

The Obama supporting Super PAC Priorities USA yesterday introduced us to Joe Soptic. Mitt Romney killed his wife. Except it is complete and utter crap.
Mitt Romney and Bain Capital bought GST Steel at some point. Romney left day to day operations of Bain in 1999. Thereafter, Bain offered Joe Soptic a buy out and he refused. Eventually the steel plant went out of business and Joe went on the unemployment line. That happened in 2001.
In 2002 or 2003, Mrs. Soptic injured her rotator cuff and left her job. She lost her insurance. In 2006, she was diagnosed with cancer and died a few days later. It is a terrible tragedy that Mitt Romney had nothing to do with.
It seems Mr. Soptic chose poorly on the buy out offer, lost his job, and would prefer to blame Mitt Romney than anyone else. Priorities USA has set a new standard — Mitt Romney killed a woman, despite being removed from both time of death and decision making.
We need far less than the convoluted logic of Priorities USA to conclude that Barack Obama is a murderer.
The Left seeks fundamental structural change to our entire form of government. In keeping with their amoral, means-justifies-ends philosophy, they will register any voters, dead or alive, legal or illegal, who will then vote as many times as possible, in order to establish a “permanent progressive majority.” As two New York Democrats recently caught in a vote fraud scandal told police, “voter fraud is an accepted way of winning elections…”  [And straight from Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals]
1. Swamp election officials with overwhelming numbers of registrations at the last possible minute, a huge proportion of which are deliberately fraudulent, in order to create systematic chaos. This accomplishes numerous goals:
2. Activists sue state authorities for “voter suppression,” creating further chaos and pressuring them to become de facto taxpayer-funded voter registration operations;
3. Eric Holder’s Justice Department tacitly supports voter intimidation tactics, sues states and backs private lawsuits, and resists reform as “voter suppression.”
4. Leftist echo chamber discredits allegations of vote fraud, supports “suppression” theme, and promotes advantageous legislation.
The ultimate goal is a systematized, taxpayer-funded voting machinery that will guarantee maximum participation from the Left’s voting demographic while undermining the ability to manage elections and prevent fraud.
And now the commonwealth [Massachusetts]  spends $275,844 to spend out a mailing to almost a half-million layabouts that includes a letter and a mail-in registration form [for EBT cards (welfare)].
“Please note,” the letter says, “that DTA does not verify whether or not public assistance applicants or clients are currently registered to vote or eligible to register to vote.”
In other words, whether they’re illegal aliens. So the answer is yes, Auntie Zeituni, former welfare-collecting illegal, now “refugee,” is getting one of these letters of alarm from Patrick. So is every other illegal in the state. How convenient.
[This is what Obama's Hope and Change/We are all Americans hate each other actions have wrought:] Law enforcement agencies are planning to boost their patrols of Tampa's waterways during the Republican National Convention.
The RNC will be held later this month on the city's waterfront. Federal and local law enforcement agencies say they'll saturate the waterway with armed boat patrols.
From Politico, of all places, a decidedly liberal site: President Obama said: "So no matter what the naysayers tell us, no matter how dark the other side tries to make things look, the fact is there is not another country on earth that would not gladly trade places with the United States of America.”
A curious bit of hyperbole when one considers that Muslim countries have a decidedly negative view of America. In a recent Pew survey, disapproval of the United States was above 70 percent in Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan and hit 86 percent in Jordan. [So much for making the world love us, for his campaign statement: "We are the people we have been waiting for."]
President Obama spoke to women supporters at a Denver event today.

"...I wanna make sure that when she's working she is getting paid the same as men, I gotta say that First Ladies right now, they don't, even though that's a tough job!"  [It is his DNC which underpays females by 15%, by the way.]
" Michelle Obama Listed Daughters As “Senior Staffers” To Justify Expensive African Vacation and Safari "  [Well - maybe they did get paid benefits....]

Papa John’s warns it will have to raise the price of its pizzas due to President Obama’s health care law.
John Schnatter, CEO and founder of Papa John’s, said pizza will cost up to 14 cents more when the Affordable Care Act goes into effect in 2014.
{Do you think it is Presidential for the President of the United States to caution his followers to not "muck it up"?  Me neither.  It is an unqualified in any way interloper.]
 Documents obtained by Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, indicate that General Services Administration (GSA) officials, with approval from the Obama administration, ordered local law enforcement officers to stand down and not arrest Occupy Portland protesters after they seemingly broke the law last year.
Due to his ongoing cover-up surrounding the failed and deadly gunrunning operation known as Fast and Furious, House Republicans announced they will be filing a formal lawsuit against Obama Attorney General Eric Holder in the coming days – indicates Obama administration’s actions mirror those of Richard Nixon during Watergate scandal.-

Tanya Hill on Pete Hoekstra

As a resident of the 1st Congressional District something that really stands out for me is when Pete Hoekstra (not Bart Stupak) came to Northern Michigan to hold town hall meetings regarding the health care bill. Our own representative would not listen, yet Pete Hoekstra came here to take our voice to D.C.
Newt Gingrich tasked Pete with being an architect of the Contract with America. John Kasich and Pete orchestrated the last budget surpluses in this country. Pete led the Teamsters investigation that reversed a corrupt election. Pete was a lone voice challenging President Bush on No Child Left Behind. Pete passed more senior members to become chairman of the Intelligence Committee and reformed our intelligence community after the attacks of 9/11.
Hoekstra has a long list of conservative accomplishments and credentials and has been emboldened by the Tea Party to do even more. I have had the opportunity to meet with each of the candidates in the Senate race against Sen. Stabenow, and I believe that Pete Hoekstra is the best man for the job.

Recently, upon entering the Union Station Metro station here in Washington, I noticed a rather surprising ad campaign. In an effort to make school lunches healthier, the ad said: “Let’s move milk out of school lunch.”
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) claims that recent studies dispute every single other study ever conducted which say milk is good for you. They say that milk does not:

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