April 30, 2010
From Michelle Malkin. You MUST read this. Really, how much is enough? And according to who?
Take a good look at the current administration and all the people that are in it and see what they made in their previous jobs and then tell me Barack Obama is not the biggest hypocrite on the planet. Why should he tell anyone they have made enough money??
By Michelle Malkin | 04/30/10 |
President Obama spoke the most revealing and clarifying 10 words of his control-freak administration this week: “I think at some point you have made enough money.” Peddling financial regulatory reform at a rally in Quincy, Ill., Obama then ad-libbed peculiar definitions of what he called the “American way” and the profit motive: “(Y)ou can just keep on making it if you’re providing a good product or providing good service. We don’t want people to stop, ah, fulfilling the core responsibilities of the financial system to help grow our economy.”
That famous mock-up poster of Obama as the creepy socialist Joker never seemed more apt.
April 30, 2010
You must read this from Glenn Beck. And if you don’t watch his show, start watching it NOW. He has a ton of info on the current administration.
April 30, 2010 – 1:04 ET
On Monday, we gave you a story and explained that you can’t have financial regulation done by the crooks and thieves we currently have in Washington, D.C. The best way I can explain it is with George Clooney.
We did a little digging and followed the money and the answers tell a familiar story. And before we get going on this, I just want to warn you: If there’s one thing I’m learning about progressives, they really like creating groups. They’ve got tons of them and it seems they just pass the money from one to the next. It’s almost like money laundering. It’s why health care can pass: You don’t know what the hell anyone is talking about and everyone always sounds so happy. Words and names of groups mean nothing. Unfortunately for them, people’s faces still matter. We know them by reputation.
April 29, 2010
Puerto Rico as a state?? Even the Puerto Ricans don’t want it. They have voted THREE times and all three times the result was NO.
Why the big push all of a sudden to vote on it today. Then instead of asking on the PR ballot if they want to be a state, the question is: “do you want to maintain the status as is”. Why all the tomfoolery with this? Why all the secrecy??
Oh yes, the power and control. That’s ALL it is.
H.R. 2499, the Puerto Rico statehood bill was brought to the House this week after a surprise announcement last Thursday. Debate on this bill has been severely limited by the way Democratic Leaders are managing the process. Democratic Puerto Rican Members of Congress are being shut out of the process and will be severely limited in their ability to debate the bill and offer amendments. Under the current Democratic Leadership, there will be less opportunity for Members and for the people of Puerto Rico to gain a better understanding of the bill.
April 28, 2010
Doesn’t this happen every time you get pulled over by the police or state patrol??
Yes, it does. The officer asks you for your license and car registration, and proof of insurance. Those are your “papers”.
Millions of law abiding citizens do this all the time. Show me your papers.
Show me your papers is not some evil, vile, Nazi thing at all.
Any people that are legally in this country are happy to do this. It;s the only way the police can go about their business of giving you a ticket.
But the people on the left are saying that this is such a huge, big deal when really it isn’t.
The fact remains that by being in this country illegally, the illegals are breaking our laws. And using our resources.
In the case of Mexico, if you were to go visit Mexico, you would need to show your “papers” to the Mexican authorities and if you didn’t have the proper documentation, you would be thrown into jail or sent back home.
All Arizona wants to do is exactly what the Federal government is supposed to do but is refusing to do.
We only want the Feds to protect us like they are supposed to do. If they can’t or won’t, the states have a right to do that.
There is absolutely nothing evil about having to show your papers. We do it every day.
April 23, 2010
And the left wouldn’t listen? Yeah, that’s right. Conservatives DID in fact say this would happen.
This bill is a fraud. I am not surprised at all.
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law is getting a mixed verdict in the first comprehensive look by neutral experts: More Americans will be covered, but costs are also going up.
April 23, 2010
I guess I don’t understand why people think that the Tea Party is full of racists? Since when is someone a racist if they disagree with someone else?
It all comes down to our President being a half black president. So, since people disagree with him, because he is black, are racists! It makes absolutely no sense to me at all. Especially since people said the same and actually worse things about President Bush. But none of that was really reported by the lamestream media. Just like it’s ok for the left to call Bush’s administration a regime, but people are racist when they call Obama’s administration a regime.
Double standard much??
Anyway, here is Bertha with her filthy mouth.
ACORN CEO: Tea Parties a ‘Bowel Movement,’ Future Will Be Worse Than Segregation
ACORN CEO Bertha Lewis said the times people are living in now will “dwarf” the periods of segregation and McCarthyism. And she pointed to the Tea Party movement — or “bowel movement,” in her words — as a harbinger of the persecution to come.
April 6, 2010
And of course no one listened to the objections.
98 Organizations Oppose Obama’s Monsanto Man, Islam Siddiqui, for US Agricultural Trade Representative
- By Dr. Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, Senior Scientist, Pesticide Action Network, and Katherine Ozer, Executive Director, National Family Farm Coalition
February 22, 2010
Straight to the Source
A large coalition of groups – including the Organic Consumers Association – has been fighting since the fall to block Obama’s nomination of CropLife/biotech industry rep and former pesticide lobbyist, Islam Siddiqui, to the position of Chief Ag Negotiator at the US Office of the Trade Rep. The nomination was approved by the Senate Finance Committee, but is stalled in the Senate. It could go to a Senate floor vote any day now. The coalition sent the following letter to the Senate on February 22, 2010. If you would like to send a letter to your Senator, please click here.
The following 98 organizations are writing you to express our opposition to the nomination of Islam Siddiqui as Chief Agriculture Negotiator at the office of the United States Trade Representative. Our organizations— representing family farmers, farmworkers, fishers and sustainable agriculture, environmental, consumer, anti-hunger and other advocacy groups—urge you to reject Dr. Siddiqui’s appointment when it comes up for a floor vote, despite the Senate Finance Committee’s favorable report of his nomination on December 23, 2009.