Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Why Obama isnt' meeting with world leaders; What Allen West would have said; Obama's intellectually empty speech; Dinesh D'Souza describes America; Senators call for Hillary/Stevens diplomatic cables; How to share the wealth; Obama still hiding visitor logs; The trouble with Warren; Wasting our money on water turbine for 25 homes; Romney's successful Hollywood fund raiser; Hillary's global tax on elites around the world; Students to get morning-after pills from school nurse; But Obama said he would not raise your taxes; States suing over Dodd-Frank Act; Federal tax credit for windmills ending; Burger joints and air pollution; WARNING! FL kindergartners thru 12th grade to celebrate LGTB History Month - October

The reason why President Obama is not meeting with any foreign leaders during this week's United Nations General Assembly in New York is, as one aide to the president explained, because "If he met with one leader, he would have to meet with 10."   [Isn't meeting with heads of states of foreign countries NOT above the President's pay grade (as he once said questions on abortion were?)  For certain he is leery of saying something stupid which will affect his reelection.] 
Florida Representative Allen West offers what his own statement to the United Nations "would have been:"
"The future does not belong to those who attack our Embassies and Consulates and kill our Ambassadors. The Angel of Death in the form of an American Bald Eagle will visit you and wreak havoc and destruction upon your existence." 
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Obama’s speeches all come in one tone – what the mainstream media calls “historic”. All those grand hopes and calls for unity can be moving, but they can also be intellectually empty. His speech to the United Nations General Assembly was a classic example. After the attacks on US embassies, this was time for a “screw you guys, I’m going home” type speech. He should’ve torn into the dictators, slammed the terrorists and explained why the US doesn’t censor its private citizens. He did all of the above, but diluted with so much else that was painfully “historic” that it sounded more like “I Want to Teach the World to Sing.”
Obama: "If we are serious about upholding these ideals, it will not be enough to put more guards in front of an Embassy; or to put out statements of regret, and wait for the outrage to pass. If we are serious about those ideals, we must speak honestly about the deeper causes of this crisis. Because we face a choice between the forces that would drive us apart, and the hopes we hold in common.
Today, we must affirm that our future will be determined by people like Chris Stevens, and not by his killers. Today, we must declare that this violence and intolerance has no place among our United Nations.
Obama: "But the attacks of the last two weeks are not simply an assault on America," said Obama. "They are also an assault on the very ideals upon which the United Nations was founded – the notion that people can resolve their differences peacefully; that diplomacy can take the place of war; and that in an interdependent world, all of us have a stake in working towards greater opportunity and security for our citizens."
Obama also made a broader case against extremism, saying, "Let us remember that Muslims have suffered the most at the hands of extremism." [He forgot to mention that it is at their OWN hands that women are stoned to death, hands of thieves are cut off, homosexuals are murdered, etc.][He also said, "The future must not belong to those who would slander Islam."  Such a trick this statement is, for Mr. President, the future already and will never belong to that movie maker, so this is a false premise.]
Dinesh D'Souza writes: In addition to providing unprecedented social mobility and opportunity, America gives a better life to the ordinary guy than does any other country. Let's be honest: Rich people live well everywhere. America's greatness is that it has extended the benefits of affluence, traditionally available to the very few, to a large segment of society. We live in a nation where "poor" people have TV sets and microwave ovens, where construction workers cheerfully spend $4 on a nonfat latte, where maids drive very nice cars, where plumbers take their families on vacation to St. Kitts.
Recently I asked an acquaintance in Bombay why he has been trying so hard to relocate to America. He replied, "I really want to move to a country where the poor people are fat."
The typical immigrant, who is used to the dilapidated infrastructure, mind-numbing inefficiency, and multilayered corruption of third-world countries, arrives in the US to discover, to his wonder and delight, that everything works: Roads are clean and paper-smooth, highway signs clear and accurate; public toilets function properly; when you pick up the telephone you get a dial tone; you can even buy things from the store and then take them back.
In most of the world, even today, identity and fate are largely handed to you. This is not to say that you have no choice, but it is choice within given parameters. In America, by contrast, you get to write the script of your own life. What to be, where to live, whom to love, whom to marry, what to believe, what religion to practice - these are all decisions that, in America, we make for ourselves. Here, we're architects of our own destiny.
"My destiny in the USA is not given to me - it is constructed by me."  Dinesh D'Souza  
Two top senators on the Foreign Relations Committee don't want to wait for the State Department to do its own investigation into the Sept. 11 attack in Benghazi that killed four Americans including Ambassador Chris Stevens; they want Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to show them Stevens's diplomatic cables and other correspondence now.
Found this treasure on a friend's page:

"My waitress at lunch yesterday was wearing an "I Love Obama" shirt. I asked her if she could explain Obama's wealth distribution plan to me. She said, "It means he will tax the rich and give it to the poor, like me." I said, "No it means, well...let me show you. Here is your tip. You worked for it, but I'm going to take it from you and give it to that sweet old woman over there to help pay for her lunch." I got up and walked over to the sweet lady and gave her the money and left. The waitress's jaw was still hanging when I left. How's that for sharing the wealth?!

Excerpted from BIG GOVERNMENT: Nearly three years after Judicial Watch first filed a lawsuit trying to obtain Obama White House visitor logs, we are still in court battling for their release. Last week, our attorney Jim Peterson went before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to make our case.  [As the brilliant Obama once said, ""The only people who don't want to disclose the truth are people with something to hide."]

Speaking to Boston's 96.9 FM radio program "Jim and Margery" on Monday, Democratic Senate challenger Elizabeth Warren admitted that she is not licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. [This is the fake Indian who got into Harvard with that lie and also became a professor there.  She is running against Scott Brown for the Senate.]

According to reports from listeners, she claimed that she does not maintain a law practice. She also "said that she gave up her New Jersey  license because she could not keep up with the Continuing Education requirements," according to one listener who commented on Breitbart's Monday story, "Does Elizabeth Warren Have a Law License Problem?".
Ms. Warren's statement comes as a surprise to the many clients she's provided legal services to over the past decade, including the law firm of Simpson, Thacher, and Bartlett, which listed her as "of counsel" in the 2009 brief they submitted to the United States Supreme Court on behalf of their client, Travelers Insurance.

Energy Dept. Spends $10 Million on Water Turbine to Power 25 Houses


Romney Eyes Hollywood Return After Successful Weekend Fundraiser


In remarks this morning to the Clinton Global Initiative, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton proposed a radical idea: a global tax on elites around the world. "One of the issues that I have been preaching about around the world is collecting taxes in an equitable manner, especially from the elites in every country," Clinton said to laughter from the audience. "You know I’m out of American politics, but – (applause) – it is a fact that around the world, the elites of every country are making money."
Clinton continued her rift on the rich. "There are rich people everywhere. And yet they do not contribute to the growth of their own countries."
The secretary of state suggested that the rich around the world do not give back to their communities. "They don’t invest in public schools, in public hospitals, in other kinds of development internally," said Clinton.
NYC: he Department of Education is giving morning-after pills and other birth-control drugs to students at 13 high schools, The Post has learned.
School nurse offices stocked with the contraceptives can dispense “Plan B” emergency contraception and other oral or injectable birth control to girls without telling their parents — unless parents opt out after getting a school informational letter about the new program.
CATCH — Connecting Adolescents To Comprehensive Health — is part of a citywide attack against the epidemic of teen pregnancy, which spurs many girls — most of them poor — to drop out of school.

100 Days Until Taxmageddon

Sunday will mark the start of the 100-day countdown to “Taxmageddon” – the date the largest tax hikes in the history of America will take effect.  They will hit families and small businesses in three great waves on January 1, 2013:
Read more:
Three states have joined a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
On Sept. 20, South Carolina, Michigan, and Oklahoma joined a lawsuit challenging the legality of the financial reform act. Their complaint argues that the “Orderly Liquidation Authority” granted to the Treasury Secretary under Title II of the act “violates the separation of powers.”
In a conference call with reporters on Friday, Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma’s attorney general, said legislators used the 2008 financial crisis “to concentrate power in Washington, DC.”
He argued that the bill is incompatible with the U.S. constitutional system and its framework of checks and balances.
Similar cuts are happening throughout the American wind sector, which includes hundreds of manufacturers, from multinationals that make giant windmills to smaller local manufacturers that supply specialty steel or bolts. In recent months, companies have announced almost 1,700 layoffs.
And now, on top of the business challenges, the industry is facing a big political problem in Washington: the Dec. 31 expiration of a federal tax credit that makes wind power more competitive with other sources of electricity.
Anyone looking to cut out air pollution in their town may have to look no further than their local burger joint.
A new study out of the University of California, Riverside, has found that commercial charbroilers – like the ones used in the country's fast food restaurants, are doing more harm to the air quality than an 18-wheeler.
Researchers claim that the charbroilers send a staggering quantity of particulate matter into the ecosystem, more than any truck or factory smokestack.
Excerpted from The Blaze: The Broward school district in Florida has endorsed what is being called a “groundbreaking” resolution encouraging K-12 students to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History Month this October, the Sun Sentinel reports.
Begun in 1994 by a Missouri high school teacher, according to the Miami Herald, LGBT History Month has been recognized by a wide variety of adult politicians and public figures for years. However it is not often celebrated in classrooms with young children, possibly because the topic is intrinsically sexual.
The Miami Herald continues:
“Administrators, teachers, staff, parents and students are encouraged to take part in LGBT History Month in any way that is most positive and uplifting to their schools and communities,” the [resolution] states. “And to coordinate efforts to highlight exemplary role models from the LGBT community.”



  1. old grizzled veteranSeptember 29, 2012 at 8:21 AM

    Just an excellent summary of some of the crap Obama is putting out, directly and/or via his team....Love Allen West's comments! Thanks for all the work you do to give us the insight about stuff we would otherwise not hear about or know.

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