Friday, December 30, 2011

Rush Limbaugh - GOP Committed To Romney

Rush Limbaugh: I Think There's a Commitment to
Romney at the Upper Levels of the Republican Party

Rush Limbaugh on the Greta Van Susteren Show

Blog author's comments - There is a commitment to Romney at the upper levels of the Republican Party. That’s been obvious from the beginning. The GOP wants Romney as the nominee.

Romney is not my ideal candidate. If he is the nominee, I will of course support and vote for him. We have to rid the country of Barack Obama. We cannot allow him to continue destroying us.

Video via: GWP

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Ron Paul - Sanctions On Iran An Act Of War

Ron Paul: Sanctions against Iran are 'acts of war'

LA Times - Reporting from Perry, Iowa -- Defending himself against charges of isolationism, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul told voters in Iowa on Thursday that western sanctions against Iran are "acts of war" that are likely to lead to an actual war in the Middle East.

Paul, one of the leading contenders to win next week's Iowa caucuses, said Iran would be justified in responding to the sanctions by blocking the flow of oil through the Strait of Hormuz. He compared the western sanctions to a hypothetical move by China to block the Gulf of Mexico, which Americans would consider an act of war.

He also said he would not respond militarily to keep the strait open—because he would not consider it an act of war against the U.S. But if he were president, he would report to Congress on the issue, leaving it up to lawmakers to declare war if they wanted.

"I think we're looking for trouble because we put these horrendous sanctions on Iran," Paul told a midday audience at the Hotel Pattee in Perry, Iowa. He said the Iranians are "planning to be bombed" and understandably would like to have a nuclear weapon, even though there is "no evidence whatsoever" that they have "enriched" uranium.

Apparently alluding to Israel and its nuclear-weapons arsenal, Paul said that "if I were an Iranian, I'd like to have a nuclear weapon, too, because you gain respect from them."
Entire column...

Blog author's comments - If this doesn’t slow up his supporters, nothing will. So letting Iran obtain nuclear weapons will stabilize the Middle East? They hate Israel and have repeatedly stated their intention to wipe them off the map.

It is difficult to accept that Ron Paul is one of the front-runners for the Iowa caucus. I can't believe there is any chance of him winning the nomination.

Ron Paul wants to legalize drugs, repeal the Patriot Act, cut our military spending and he has also said flawed US policies led to 9/11. He would be a disaster as the Republican candidate. Obama would surely win a second term.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

NY Times Columnist Says Obama Is "Mellifluous"

NY Times Thomas Friedman Says GOP Looking for Someone as "Smart and Mellifluous" as Obama

NewsBusters - Appearing on Sunday’s Meet the Press, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman brought his usual lecturer’s arrogance and said he was really worried about President Obama’s chances at re-election: “I really, really worry about him.” The answer, of course, is more “stimulus” and increased spending on overpriced college tuitions: “I really hope he gives us a big choice.”

Friedman also said the Republicans are looking for someone who can be as smart and “mellifluous” as Obama: “And I think Newt's rise is speaking to us. And what it says to me is, is that I think there's a lot of Republicans who are starved for a candidate for their party who would be able to debate Obama head-to-head, they think is as smart and mellifluous as the president." - Entire column...

Blog author's comments - Well, none of us is in the same league as Thomas Friedman or Barack Hussein Obama...not even close, are we? This is what Friedman no doubt believes. The Left has propped Obama up as this ideal that he doesn’t even remotely compare to.

Obama speaking without a teleprompter can be described with many words, but certainly not "mellifluous.” I hope to see debates between Newt Gingrich and Barack Obama.

Monday, December 26, 2011

Newsworthy Videos

FOX News Panelist: Ron Paul Has Same
Foreign Policy as Jeremiah Wright

Bill Whittle: Three Years Under Obama's Leadership

Krauthammer - Early Pullout
From Iraq Could Be Catastrophic

American Spectator's John Fund Explains Why
Gingrich May Yet Appear on Virginia Ballot

Sheriff Joe Arpaio - ICE Is Refusing
to Take Illegals From Maricopa
County Sheriff's Offices in Arizona

New Ad Skewers Obama Arrogance in Declaring
Himself to be the Fourth Best President in U.S.History

Newt Gingrich Blasts Chris Wallace For
His "Gotcha" Questions At Debate

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Republican Establishment Fears Gingrich

Why the establishment fears Newt Gingrich

Washington Post (By Robert S. Walker) - After Newt Gingrich rose in the polls, criticism of the former House speaker began grabbing headlines. But Republican establishment attacks on Newt are not new. Newt’s political career has been devoted to mounting a conservative challenge to the establishment’s desire to play the Washington power game of go along to get along.

As a junior congressman, Newt founded the Conservative Opportunity Society (COS), a group of activist members of Congress whose goal was to challenge the liberal welfare state but whose first target was the Republican establishment in the House of Representatives. The “old bulls” who dominated the party in the House had become quite comfortable in their minority status and saw little chance they would ever become a majority.

Newt and the COS knew that, to create a true conservative agenda, the party needed to focus on becoming a majority. They used the House floor and C-SPAN to promote their ideas. They attacked spending bills and efforts to expand government, some of which the establishment had endorsed.

When Newt became speaker, he was focused, disciplined and tough. He insisted on moving the Contract With America intact. He abolished committees and denied “old bulls” chairmanships. He insisted on using the majority to win conservative victories such as balancing budgets, achieving welfare reform and producing 11 million new jobs with tax cuts that spurred economic growth. He made some people unhappy when he pursued legislation that could win instead of pet bills that would have divided Republicans.

It boils down to this: Newt Gingrich is a conservative; the establishment prefers moderates. Newt prefers to stand up and debate conservative ideas and ideals; the establishment prefers to keep people guessing. Newt is a proven leader, someone with the background, understanding, vision and discipline to be our president; the establishment fears that he just might win. - Entire column...

Blog author's comments - I believe Mitt Romney is the choice of the Republican establishment. Should Romney win the nomination I don't have confidence that he can oust Obama from the White House. I hope that I am wrong.

Romney, Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann have been in attack mode against Gingrich and it appears to be working - if we can believe the polls. But, there have not been any votes cast yet.

Gov. Chris Christie said he would not run for the GOP nomination but, has endorsed Mitt Romney. Christie now says he would think about a possible VP spot.

This may draw those who like Christie to back Romney as the GOP candidate, with hope that if Romney should win the nomination he would chose Christie as his running mate.

Whoever wins the nomination has to take down Obama. America cannot withstand Obama as a two term President. He will have nothing to lose and will continue to destroy our country.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Leftist Judge Blocks Immigration Law

Judge Strikes Key Provisions of
South Carolina Immigration Law

Fox News -- A federal judge on Thursday blocked three key provisions of South Carolina’s controversial law cracking down on illegal immigration.

U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel granted the federal government’s request for an injunction against the law that’s set to take effect Jan. 1.

The ruling applies to portions that require law officers to check the status of anyone they stop for something else and suspect is in the country illegally. Gergel also halted the implementation of sections pertaining to the transportation of illegal immigrants and immigrant registration cards.

A spokesman for Republican Gov. Nikki Haley responded to the ruling by saying the case will be decided by the Supreme Court.

"If the feds were doing their job, we wouldn't have had to address illegal immigration reform at the state level. But, until they do, we're going to keep fighting in South Carolina to be able to enforce our laws,"

Blog author's comments - Barack Obama and his administration have it figured out. All they have to do is have these judicial activists strike down any and all legislation that has a hint of conservatism.

Obama is counting on winning a second term and will attempt to give all illegals citizenship -- they will then be able to vote...for the Democrats.

On December 22, 2009, President Obama nominated U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel to serve on the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina.

Newt Gingrich -- The Judiciary

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Thomas Sowell - The Past and the Present

By Dr. Thomas Sowell - If Newt Gingrich were being nominated for sainthood, many of us would vote very differently from the way we would vote if he were being nominated for a political office.

What the media call Gingrich's "baggage" concerns largely his personal life and the fact that he made a lot of money running a consulting firm after he left Congress. This kind of stuff makes lots of talking points that we will no doubt hear, again and again, over the next weeks and months.

But how much weight should we give to this stuff when we are talking about the future of a nation?

This is not just another election and Barack Obama is not just another president whose policies we may not like. With all of President Obama's broken promises, glib demagoguery and cynical political moves, one promise he has kept all too well. That was his boast on the eve of the 2008 election: "We are going to change the United States of America."

Internationally he has has pulled the rug out from under our allies, whether in Eastern Europe or the Middle East, tried to cozy up to our enemies, and has bowed low from the waist to foreign leaders. This certainly has not represented either the values or the interests of America.

Against this background, how much does Newt Gingrich's personal life matter, whether we accept his claim that he has now matured or his critics' claim that he has not? Nor should we sell the public short by saying that they are going to vote on the basis of tabloid stuff or media talking points, when the fate of this nation hangs in the balance.

While the televised debates are what gave Newt Gingrich's candidacy a big boost, concrete accomplishments when in office are the real test. Gingrich engineered the first Republican takeover of the House of Representatives in 40 years -- followed by the first balanced budget in 40 years. The media called it "the Clinton surplus" but all spending bills start in the House of Representatives, and Gingrich was Speaker of the House.

Speaker Gingrich also produced some long overdue welfare reforms, despite howls from liberals that the poor would be devastated. But nobody makes that claim any more.

Did Gingrich ruffle some feathers when he was Speaker of the House? Yes, enough for it to cost him that position. But he also showed that he could produce results.

In a world where we can make our choices only among the alternatives actually available, the question is whether Newt Gingrich is better than Barack Obama -- and better than Mitt Romney.

Romney is a smooth talker, but what did he actually accomplish as governor of Massachusetts, compared to what Gingrich accomplished as Speaker of the House? When you don't accomplish much, you don't ruffle many feathers. But is that what we want?

Can you name one important positive thing that Romney accomplished as governor of Massachusetts? Can anyone? Does a candidate who represents the bland leading the bland increase the chances of victory in November 2012? A lot of candidates like that have lost, from Thomas E. Dewey to John McCain.

Those who want to concentrate on the baggage in Newt Gingrich's past, rather than on the nation's future, should remember what Winston Churchill said: "If the past sits in judgment on the present, the future will be lost." If that means a second term for Barack Obama, then it means lost big time. - Entire column...

Blog author's comments - Another good column from Thomas Sowell. He explains and attempts to inform those who do not understand or believe that the election of 2012 may be the most important in the history of our country.

If Obama receives a second term the country will be changed for the worse -- possibly forever. Barack Obama would like to continue the transformation of America into a Socialist nation.

Until we rid Washington of Obama and his administration the economy will continue to suffer, our debt will continue to grow, and soon we may no longer recognize our once great country.

HT: Town Hall

Monday, December 19, 2011

Allen West - AG Holder Playing Race Card

West: Holder's race card is the 'last card in the deck'

Daily Caller - Florida Republican Rep. Allen West told The Daily Caller on Monday that Attorney General Eric Holder’s use of the race card as a way to attack those who are criticizing him is “reprehensible.”

“I think this is absolutely the last card in the deck, and that shows how weak their ground is,” West said in a phone interview. “But, what that means is they want to make white individuals afraid of continuing to put the pressure on Eric Holder because they don’t want to be seen as racist, and that is something that we have got to move beyond.”

Holder had told The New York Times over the weekend, in a front page Sunday story that he thinks those who are criticizing him have racial motivations to do so. Holder said some unspecified faction — what he refers to as the “more extreme segment” — is driven to criticize both him and President Barack Obama due to the color of their skin.

West said Holder can’t logically assign race as a motivation behind the criticisms for his handling of Operation Fast and Furious. “What Fast and Furious has to do with is misleading the Congress and the American people about what you knew about this program, and if you did not know anything about this program, then who’s in charge of the Department of Justice?” West said.

“It has nothing to do with your race — it has everything to do with competence, with your character and with your ability to lead the Department of Justice.” - Keep reading...

Blog author's comments - Once again Col. Allen West has hit the nail on the head. Holder should not be the Attorney General but Obama will continue to support and defend him. They both have the same goal which is the destruction of the Second Amendment.

Holder did not tell the truth about his knowledge of operation 'Fast and Furious'. Holder and Obama attempt to hide behind the color of their skin -- the American people should know by now who they are by their actions.

The Obama Administration Is Planning A Second-Term Attack On Gun Rights

Holder Concedes ATF Let Guns 'Walk' To Mexico

U.S. Seals Court Records Of Border Patrol Agent's Murder

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Nancy Pelosi - Democrats Can Win House

Pelosi: Democrats Can Take Back House

The Hill - There is a clear path to victory for Democrats in the House to retake the majority in 2012, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Thursday night.

“We feel very confident about it. We've outraised the Republicans, if you can imagine that. Our small donors have saved the day for us,” Pelosi said on MSNBC.

Democrats need to flip 25 Republican-controlled seats in 2012 to take back control of the House.- Keep reading...

Blog author's comments - Nancy Pelosi wants her gavel back -- she desperately misses being Speaker of the House. Pelosi also had confidence in 2010 before the midterm elections. The day of the elections she said:

“The early returns and overwhelming number of Democrats who are coming out – we’re on pace to maintain a majority in the House of Representatives,” she told reporters.

The Democrats lost 63 seats and Pelosi had to turn over her gavel to John Boehner in one of the most memorable moments in the history of American politics.

Friday, December 16, 2011

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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Obama - Blames Gridlock On GOP

Obama blames GOP for gridlock, says
they just want to get him out of office

He told the reporter the GOP wants to get him out of office at any cost: Whatever Obama’s for, we’re going to be against, because the economy’s bad and we figure the President usually will be held more accountable than we are. And I understand that as a political strategy.

Blog author's comments - Obama on the use of executive order --
"If there are things that we can do.....we're gonna go ahead and do them with or without Congress."

The Constitution, checks and balances, the voices of the people, these ideas mean absolutely nothing to this President.

Obama had a Democratic majority in both houses for the first two years he was in office and rammed every single thing he wanted to down American's throats without any thought to negotiating with the Republicans.

But now he demands the Republicans do what he wants - the only thing Obama does well is blame someone else for all of his problems.

Politico: Barack Obama on economic crisis: 'We didn't know how bad it was'

HT: Right Scoop

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Surprise - Democrat Defends Muslim TV Show

House Democrat blasts Lowe's for
pulling ads from Muslim-centered TV show

The Hill - Rep. Chris Murphy (D-Conn) on Tuesday morning accused Lowe’s, the nationwide home-improvement chain, of giving weight to anti-Muslim views by pulling its ads from the TLC show “All-American Muslim.”

Murphy said on the House floor that Lowe’s last week pulled its ads after a Florida-based group criticized the show for trying to hide the anti-American views that many Muslims hold. In response to these complaints by the Florida Family Association, Lowe’s pulled its ads, but Murphy said that decision is a dangerous precedent for the company to follow.

“This is a major American company rubber-stamping basic foundational bigotry against a major American religious group,” Murphy said.

“Lowe’s pulled these ads because one right-wing anti-Muslim group in Florida said that the show hides the ‘true agenda of Islam,’ which according to this group is to destroy America. It’s one thing when a fringe group or a radical, unhinged pastor is doing it. It’s quite another when a Fortune 100 company is endorsing this nonsense.”
Keep reading...

Blog author's comments - This is what the Democrats in Congress are discussing? We have high unemployment, the country in immense debt, and they are taking a private business to task for pulling their ad dollars.

"Lowe's employed its Facebook page to defend itself and called "All-American Muslim," a "lightning rod" for "strong political and societal views." Lowe's spokeswoman Karen Cobb said the company was one of "dozens" of companies to pull ads.

Lowe's has no responsibility to anyone except their shareholders. They should never give in to this fake bigotry charge.

Monday, December 12, 2011

More From The - Lie Of The Day Archives

Lie: Millionaire job creators are like unicorns. They are impossible to find and don't exist.
--Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid letting us know that rich people who started and own their own businesses do not create jobs.

Lie:That is simply not true.
--DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schulz responding to Fox and Friends' Gretchen Carlson saying that unemployment has gone up since Obama took office.

Lie: This is not about me.
--President Obama talking about passing the payroll tax extension. No, it is always about you Mr. President. Just by bringing yourself up makes it about you.

Lie: This certainly looks like a poll tax to me, which those of us remember as a way to prevent Africans Americans from voting.
--Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) on Republicans trying to pass voter ID laws across the country. No, getting an ID is not a tax nor are Republicans trying to prevent citizens from voting. They are trying to prevent fraud and ensure fair elections.

Lie: Some billionaires have a tax rate as low as 1 percent -- 1 percent. That is the height of unfairness.
--President Obama. The White House later admitted that they have no data to back this up.

Lie: You've got a President who's got your back.
--President Obama, only a few weeks removed from calling Americans lazy and soft.

Lie:I try not to pat myself too much on the back, but this administration has done more in terms of the security of the state of Israel than any previous administration.
--President Obama at a campaign reception at the Upper East Side mansion of Jack Rosen, chairman of the American Jewish Congress

Lie:We celebrate individual achievement, we expect everybody to work hard.
--President Obama campaigning in Scranton, PA.

Lie: I would say on a given week about 5% of his time.
--White House press secretary Jay Carney, when asked how much Obama is focused on getting reelected.

Lie: The Tea Party point of view of 'no compromise whatsoever' is not a point of view that will eventually produce a presidential candidate who will win.
--Former Secretary of State Colin Powell who apparently thinks the answer to what Obama's liberal policies have done to America is to move more in that direction.

Via: Laura Ingraham

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Obama - Is Still Blaming Bush For Our Problems

Obama: "We've Been Spending The Last
Three Years Cleaning" Bush's Mess Up

“The reason they still support me is because they understand what an incredible mess had been made as I was coming into office and we’ve been spending the last three years cleaning it up. The good news is that the economy is starting to strengthen. We’ve seen some positive signs. The unemployment rate has ticked down.”

Blog author's comments - It will take many years to clean up the mess that Obama has created if he can be removed from the White House in 2012.

One thing we will never see is this President take responsibility for anything, except of course the killing of Osama bin Laden all by himself.

Obama can’t run on his record. So it will be a combination of blame the Republicans and class warfare. If he wins a second term he will have nothing to lose. He could take our country to a place from where it may never recover.

Video: Breitbart via The Right Scoop

Friday, December 9, 2011

Ron Paul - Bush Administration Happy After 9/11

Ron Paul: 9/11 Prompted "Glee" In Bush Administration

CBS News - Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said Thursday evening that Bush administration officials were gleeful after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks because it gave them a pretext to invade Iraq.

"Just think of what happened after 9/11. Immediately before there was any assessment there was glee in the administration because now we can invade Iraq," the Texas Republican told a group of mostly young backers in Iowa. He went on to suggest officials are now setting the stage for an invasion of Iran.

Paul, who was tied for second in this week's CBS News/New York Times poll of likely Iowa caucus-goers, is making a strong push in the Hawkeye state in hopes of scoring an upset victory in the first-in-the-nation January 3 caucuses. Paul volunteers have been working to convince Paul's mostly young supporters - many of whom will be on holiday break from college when the caucuses take place - to be sure to make it to their caucus site.

Paul's libertarian views - on the foreign policy front, he wants to dramatically reduce the U.S. military presence abroad and end all foreign aid - put him at odds with many Republican voters. A poll from Gallup this week found that 62 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning independent voters see Paul as an unacceptable nominee.

In response to Paul's comments Thursday evening, former Bush administration spokesman Ari Fleisher Tweeted: "The man is nuts." Keep reading...

Blog author's comment - For Ron Paul to suggest that George W. Bush was gleeful after the 9/11 attacks is disgusting.

Ron Paul is attempting to win the nomination of the Republican Party. I don't believe he has helped himself with this comment.

Mark Levin Goes Off On Ron Paul For Saying There Was
"Glee" In the Bush Administration After The Attacks of 9/11

Video via: HAP

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Obama - Payroll Tax Cut vs. Pipeline For Jobs

Obama threatens veto if pipeline
decision is added to payroll tax cut

The Hill - The battle between the White House and Republicans over the Keystone XL pipeline escalated Wednesday with a veto threat delivered personally by President Obama.

Obama warned that he would veto an extension of the payroll-tax cut, his top legislative priority, if House Republicans link it to a measure that would force the administration to greenlight the pipeline project.

“Any effort to try to tie Keystone to the payroll-tax cut, I will reject,” Obama told reporters Wednesday after meeting at the White House with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Obama said he would not accept a payroll-tax-holiday bill to which Republicans add “extraneous” provisions.

“I don’t expect to have to veto it because I expect they’re going to have enough sense over on Capitol Hill to do the people’s business, and not try to load it up with a bunch of politics,” the president said.

Capitol Hill Republicans, backed by industry groups, want to force a quick decision on the pipeline, which the administration currently plans to review into 2013.

Michael Steel, a spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), said Republicans welcome a showdown with the president over Keystone.

“If President Obama threatens to veto it over a provision that creates American jobs, that’s a fight we’re ready to have,” he said.

Obama: More jobs in jobless
benefits than Keystone pipeline

Examiner - Obama said when asked if he would go on vacation while keeping Congress in Washington D.C. "We are going to stay here as long as it takes to get unemployment extended and pass the payroll tax cut."

As Obama called for passage of those bills, he also responded to a recent Republican push to require him to approve the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada.

"However many jobs might be generated by a Keystone pipeline," he said, "they're going to be a lot fewer than the jobs that are created by extending the payroll tax cut and extending unemployment insurance."

Blog author's comments - It's going to be interesting to see how this plays out. Hopefully the Republicans will attach the Keystone pipeline to the bill.

Let Harry Reid table it. Let Obama veto it. Let them own it. Obama is the worst jobs president since the Great Depression. The economy will only improve when Obama leaves the White House.

Does this president really believe that handing out unemployment benefits creates more jobs than a pipeline? Is he so committed to 'green' jobs that he will stop the pipeline which would create 20,000 jobs?

I didn’t realize that collecting unemployment was considered a valid occupation. This is more of the Marxist/Socialist mindset of Obama.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Pelosi Backs Down Against Gingrich

Pelosi Not Sitting on Trove of Gingrich Secrets

ABC News - House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi now says she is not sitting on a trove of opposition research on former House Speaker-turned-GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich.

In an interview conducted Friday and published Monday, Pelosi hinted that once the time is right she has some juicy stories to tell about her former colleague.

“One of these days we’ll have a conversation about Newt Gingrich,” Pelosi, D-Calif., told Talking Points Memo. “I know a lot about him. I served on the investigative committee that investigated him. Four of us locked in a room in an undisclosed location for a year. A thousand pages of his stuff.”

But this afternoon, Pelosi’s spokesman, Drew Hammill, suggested that her comments have been misconstrued beyond the leader’s intent.

“Leader Pelosi was clearly referring to the extensive amount of information that is in the public record, including the comprehensive committee report with which the public may not be fully aware,” Hammill wrote in a statement.

That ethics report examined allegations that Gingrich violated House rules by using his congressional staff to aide him on a college course he taught called ”Renewing American Civilization.”

Gingrich, who has recently surged in polling to become the frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination, said that Pelosi’s threat “shows you how capriciously political” the ethics committee was when Pelosi served as a member.

Blog author's comments - Nancy Pelosi was attempting to follow the Democrat game plan. Which is whoever the GOP frontrunner may be, they with help from the MSM will try to take them down.

One exception is Mitt Romney, who the left must want as the GOP candidate against Obama in 2012. I don't think they believe that Romney can defeat Obama.

Gingrich’s reaction to Pelosi's threats shows a good example of how to deal with the Democrats. He went on the attack and turned the tables on her.

Newt Gingrich Fires Back at Pelosi

Monday, December 5, 2011

No Christmas Decorations In Some Schools

School Bans Poinsettias, Santa?

Fox News - Controversy is embroiling a California town over allegations that elementary school teachers have been told they cannot display poinsettias or Santa Claus in their classroom over fears that it might offend people.

“District office would like to remind everyone when displaying holiday decorations in and around school to be mindful no association to any religious affiliation i.e. Santa, poinsettias, Christmas trees, etc,” read a document obtained by News 10 in Sacramento that was reportedly sent to teachers at Claudia Landeen Elementary School in Stockton, CA.

The same document said holiday decorations like snowmen and snowflakes were appropriate for grade school classrooms.

Tom Uslan, the superintendent of the Lincoln Unified School District, told News 10 “there is a myriad of religious affiliations (in the community). . . we don’t want a pervasive theme of a class to be representing one religious affiliation.” - Keep reading...

Blog author's comments - More political correctness by liberals. Since when did America allow immigrants to come in and rearrange things?

It's difficult to believe that the children are the ones offended by the decorations or a plant. I would not look for this type of thinking to end anytime soon.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Gingrich - Obama Is A Saul Alinsky Radical

Newt Gingrich: President "Barack Obama is
Legitimately and Authentically a Saul Alinsky Radical"

Blog author's comments - This kind of straight talk is exactly why Newt Gingrich has soared to the top of the GOP Nomination race.

It's going to get brutal as we move toward the 2012 election and Obama's attack dogs which include the MSM will fire everything they have at the GOP candidate in an attempt to shove Obama across the victory line.

If Obama wins he will take the country to a place from which it will not be able to return.

HT: freedoms lighthouse

Friday, December 2, 2011

Obama, The Vacationer-In-Chief

Obama Off To Hawaii For 17-Day Vacation


Trip of the President

to Honolulu, Hawaii

December 17th, 2011 to January 2nd, 2012

Trip Overview

On Saturday, December 17th, 2011, the President will travel to Honolulu, Hawaii. He will return to Washington, DC on Monday, January 2nd, 2012. ... public events are scheduled during the trip...

Blog author's comments - First lady Michelle Obama told a fundraiser in Southern California of the toll the presidency has taken on her husband Barack Obama.

"I see the sadness and worry that's creasing his face," she said to a crowd of about 500 at the Pasadena luncheon organized by the Southern California Women For Obama. She described his work ethic as “tireless,” according to pool reports.

"He reads every word, every memo, so he is better prepared than the people briefing him," she said. "This man doesn't take a day off."

First lady...give it a break. To quote Gov. Chris Christie speaking of Obama -- " what the hell are we paying you for?" "What have you been doing exactly?" He also described President Obama as a "bystander" in the White House.

HT: Drudge Report

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Barack Obama - 'I've Got To Win In 2012'

Obama: 'To Implement Affordable Care
Act in 2014...I've Got to Win in 2012'

CNS News - Speaking at a campaign fundraising event at the Gotham Bar and Grille in New York City on Wednesday, President Barack Obama told a group of supporters he needed to win reelection next year to make sure the health-care law he signed in 2010 will actually be fully implemented in 2014 as planned.

“We still have a health care system that has to get more efficient and that has to improve its quality,” Obama said, according to a White House transcript. “And so we're going to have to implement the Affordable Care Act in 2014, and that means I've got to win in 2012.”

The law Obama signed mandates that by 2104 all must purchase a health-care plan that meets government requirements. The constitutionality of this mandate has been challenged in federal court and the Supreme Court has said it will hear the case in this session. Keep reading...

Blog author's comments - The American people couldn’t afford his first term. America may be finished if Barack Obama is re-elected.

He wants to totally transform this country. It’s that simple. We must elect someone else and let them finish Obamacare - by putting it in the trash where it belongs.

Obama has forced Obamacare on us which most of us do not want. He has increased the debt with his stimulus spending. He has destroyed the private sector economy.

He has filed suit and blocked state laws that attempt to control illegal immigrants while ignoring the existing laws regarding illegals. He has been a total disaster for our country.

Barack Obama asked U.S. voters to keep believing in the "hope and change" he promived in 2008