In other words, they are trying to cheat to win -- a common phenomenon among Democrats in Texas (and Chicago, where Obama is from).
We caught Sam, an activist hired by the Democrats & Barack Obama’s Battleground Texas at Houston’s Emancipation Park during the Juneteenth Parade & Festival illegally registering voters. Texas law states that Deputy Voter Registrars must be a resident of the state of Texas,must be issued a certificate of appointment and given a receipt book, and must be authorized by the county in which they are registering voters. (http://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/…) The problem is that Sam is from Oregon, isn’t a resident of Texas, doesn’t have a certificate of appointment, doesn’t have a receipt book issued by the county and IS NOT authorized to do what he’s doing. That is the definition of Voter and Election Fraud.
Roll the video!
Go to jail. Go directly to jail. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200 dollars. And most importantly, DO NOT CHEAT TO GAIN VOTES FOR YOUR CANDIDATES.
H/T Urban Grounds
Girl Meets World is a go.
Disney has made it official: "Girl Meets World" is happening!
The network broke the news on Monday morning, announcing that production will begin this summer.
A sequel series to the beloved "Boy Meets World," "Girl Meets World" will center on Riley Matthews (Rowan Blanchard) as she navigates the world with her best friend Maya (Sabrina Carpenter). "Boy Meets Word" originals Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) will return as Rowan's parents.
And best of all, William Daniels will be a part of the show in some form or fashion!
Dude -- there's a reason that you are not supposed to give Yogi your picnic basket.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says a black bear that mauled a man at a campground north of Anchorage won't likely threaten other people.
Spokesman Ken Marsh told the Anchorage Daily News (http://bit.ly/11sQbZW) the bear was "pretty much goaded" into the attack Saturday near Eklutna Lake Campground because the man fed it meat from a church barbecue. He may be charged with illegally feeding wildlife.
Alaska State Troopers spokeswoman Beth Ipsen says the man had been drinking and went for a bike ride, taking some of the food along. He came across the bear and threw it a piece of meat. When he offered the bear another piece, it attacked.
The man was treated for punctures wounds and scratches at an Anchorage hospital.
He's lucky that is all he got treated for.
Like many Americans, I paid a certain amount of attention tot he fight over whether or not ten-year-old Sarah Murnaghan got a lung transplant. While the case points out a lot of flaws with the current system for getting and distributing organs for transplantation, this particular case was troubling to me because the child was jumped to the front of a line to receive organs she was otherwise ineligible for under the guidelines in place.
Jazz Shaw over at Hot Air notes that Doug Mataconis has given voice to a very legitimate criticism of the decision in this case -- that the intervention of courts into these transplantation decisions makes the system much more difficult.
I am certainly not faulting Sarah’s parents for the course of action that they took. Their daughter likely would have died in the very near future if she hadn’t gotten a transplant, and seeking to have the under-12 rule repealed via the Court system was the only real option that they had available to them. Any parent in a similar situation would have done the same thing, and it’s understandable to see why. However, Courts can only deal with cases like this on an individual basis. They generally won’t consider the consequences in the future of upsetting the medical ethics apple cart by ordering that one patient be advanced up the list to those who are already on the list or the ones who don’t get as a high a position on the list as they might have otherwise. The result may be good for one person, but it’s going to work to the disadvantage of others, and it’s likely to make it that much harder to run an organ transplant system that presents painfully difficult ethical issues on a daily basis.
The reality of this case was that a child who was sick got an adult organ in a procedure that is less likely to be successful in the long term than would have been the transplantation of those same lungs into an adult. And while all the sympathetic press coverage of the dying child and her anguished family was touching, nobody asked what I view as a very important question -- one that I believe nobody (at least not Sarah's family, their supporters, and the ratings-driven media folks who covered the story) wanted to ask because it would have exposed an ugly side of the effort to thrust the child to the front of the line:
Let's face it -- this was not a case where the outcome could be "win-win"; it is a classic case of "win-lose" no matter what the outcome. So will some courageous journalist, one willing to ask the hard questions and pursue the answers wherever they lead, be willing to take up this one and get an answer? After all, if we are going to consider whether the policy was right or the judge's decision was right, we ought to be looking not just at the adorable child who lived, but also at the almost certainly existent bereaved spouse and orphaned children of the person who did not get that transplant. There is more than one side to this story, and the American people should see that other side as well.
And just as importantly, with the coming of ObamaCare in a matter of months, we will see more situations in which government regulations and bureaucrats will decide who gets what treatment and who lives and dies. That is inevitable once you put the government in charge of health care to the degree that the new law does. How often will we find patients and their families appealing to the media, to their elected officials, and to the courts to gain preferential treatment in the face of regulations that place them at a disadvantage?
I didn't vote for him for Congress in the primary.
I didn't vote for him in the run-off.
And I'll concede that I threw a protest vote to the Libertarian candidate in the general election rather than cast a ballot for Steve Stockman.
But I'm coming to recognize that I may have been wrong in my judgement of my newly elected Congressman -- and if he keeps doing stuff like this I will likely be a big supporter by the time 2014 rolls around.
Her's a letter the Congressman had hand delivered to the House Oversight Committee.
Thank you for your ongoing efforts to investigate abuses of civil liberties by employees of the Internal Revenue Service.
These abuses seem to indicate a larger, higher pattern of ideologically-driven harassment of Americans which Congress has an obligation to fully investigate with every tool at our disposal.
Frankly I am disappointed by revelations Obama administration personnel have been less than forward about what they knew and when they knew it.
As you know, recent revelations show the National Security Agency has been keeping an “ongoing, daily” log of every domestic phone call in the United States.
I respectfully request your Committee subpoena the records of every phone call made from all public and private telephones of all IRS personnel to all public and private telephones of all White House personnel.
If President Obama is collecting such information, he certainly would want us to use it. If he has nothing to hide he has nothing to be afraid of.
We must get to the bottom of the IRS scandal. We must get to the bottom of the NSA scandal. But if the misconduct of the NSA will allow us to answer questions about the misconduct of the IRS, that may turn out to be a small silver lining to the broadly-cast net of the Obama surveillance state.
My only quibble with the proposal? That Congressman Stockman didn't expand that request to include similar contacts between IRS personnel and members of Congress and their staffs. After all, we already have sufficient evidence of Democrats in both the House and Senate pressuring the IRS for investigations of Tea party and other conservative groups -- let's see how far that pressure really went.
Members of Congress are now upset that ObamaCare applies to them and their staffers, and that the law will have massive negative impacts upon their ability to attract and retain workers.
When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) was being debated, proponents were accused of saddling Americans with inferior and expensive health care while keeping generous coverage for themselves at taxpayer expense. To rebut that allegation and build confidence in the bill, a provision was added mandating that members of Congress – and their staff members – get there coverage through the new exchange system the bill set up. Now that the time to sign up for exchange coverage is nearing, a Democratic member, Rep. John Larson (D., Conn.), is saying that “this is simply not fair” – as key staff members head for the exits to avoid Obamacare.
Politico reports that “many on Capitol Hill fear it could lead to a brain drain” and notes that “[t]he problem is far more acute in the House, where lawmakers and aides are generally younger and less wealthy.”
Of course it is fair -- you folks wrote it and you folks passed it. indeed, I would love to see any repeal of ObamaCare exclude the denizens of Capitol Hill, leaving in place as a "demonstration program" members of the Legislative Branch as well as all Executive Branch employees who fall outside of civil service. Let's see if the system works for them before imposing it on the rest of the country. Let's find out if the system disproportionately harms the young and less wealthy in that control group before potentially harming the young and less wealthy nationwide.
Bad enough that the "let 'em all stay" crowd wants to undermine the rule of law by creating a special pathway to citizenship for border-jumping lawbreakers -- now they won't even support a measure making those with convictions for drunk driving ineligible to stay in this country!
I’m told, by a reliable and well-placed source, that a good deal of the Democratic opposition to John Cornyn’s proposed amendment to the Gang of 8 bill has nothing to do with border security. It has to do with DUIs. Specifically, Cornyn’s amendment would bar illegal immigrants with misdemeanor DUI convictions from ”probationary” legal status, which is the immediate legalization offered by Marco Rubio, et al, to most of the 11 million undocumented immigrants now living in the U.S.. For the pro-amnesty side, the exclusion of DUI offenders is apparently a deal-killer. There must be a lot of them!
Pro-Gang Democrats (and Republicans) understandably don’t want to publicize their DUI defense. DUI offenders are not an inherently popular group, and accidents in which undocumented immigrant drivers kill innocent civilians tend to be well publicized. It’s not a coincidence that Obama’s executive mini-amnesty of so-called “Dreamers”–issued before the 2012 election–claimed to exclude DUI offenders. But the broader Gang of 8 legislation, written after the election, allows two free misdemeanors–apparently including DUIs–before an illegal immigrant is disqualified.
I guess Americans aren't causing enough mayhem on our highways by driving drunk -- apparently we need to allow foreigners a permanent license to drive drunk in America so they can do more things like this.
But nobody on the Left is going to complain, because big bucks Obama donor Bill Maher is their icon and the five-year-old child he ridiculed as a part of his show is the son of conservative politician and commentator Sarah Palin.
Conservative Ron Futrell knew to expect plenty of left-of-center jibes when he settled into his seat to see Bill Maher at The Pearl Theater in Las Vegas June 8.
Futrell didn’t think he’d hear the HBO personality mock former Gov. Sarah Palin’s special needs child or hear the crowd laugh right along.
Futrell, a former Las Vegas sports broadcaster and Breitbart News contributor, says on his blog that Maher used the term “retarded” to describe young Trig Palin during the comedy performance. Later, Futrell started heckling the comic over a reference to Halliburton, a confrontation which eventually led to Futrell being asked to leave the venue.
Yeah, Bill, jokes about special needs kids barely old enough for kindergarten are just so damn funny -- and show us the level at which your humor operates. Frankly, I'm surprised you still have a job, but then again, you are proof that no one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence -- or moral degeneracy -- of the left-wing. After all, why else would the domestic violence perpetrating, racial slur spewing "funny man" have a show?
While we continue to wait for a Supreme Court decision in Fisher v. University of Texas, a case that has the potential to end the practice of making college admissions decisions based upon the race of the applicant, it is very clear that the American people have already weighed the practice and found it unacceptable.
Seventy-six percent of adults oppose “allowing universities to consider applicants’ race as a factor in deciding which students to admit,” according to a Washington Post/ABC poll.
That includes 79 percent of whites, 78 percent of blacks and 68 percent of Hispanics. Sixty-four percent of liberal Democrats oppose race-based affirmative action in college admissions.
When you find the margin of opposition to be so high in every racial category, it is pretty clear that the reason for opposition is not racism. Instead, it is evidence that American embrace the belief that discrimination based upon race is wrong.
Breitbart News reported last week that Rep. John Fleming (R-LA) passed an amendment in the House Armed Services Committee protecting religious speech of service members in the military. President Barack Obama has now threatened to veto the bill if it passes the full House and Senate.
The White House released a Statement of Administration Policy (SAP) on H.R. 1960, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014. Among other items, the SAP includes as an objection to the bill:
“Expansion and Implementation of Protection of Rights of Conscience of Members of the Armed Forces and Chaplains of Such Members: The Administration strongly objects to section 530, which would require the Armed Forces to accommodate, except in cases of military necessity, “actions and speech” reflecting the “conscience, moral principles, or religious beliefs of the member.” By limiting the discretion of commanders to address potentially problematic speech and actions within their units, this provision would have a significant adverse effect on good order, discipline, morale, and mission accomplishment.”
The upshot of this is that Obama intends to veto the bill if the religious freedom of Christians -- in particular the religious freedom of Christians who hold to traditional Christian teachings that offend Obama and his progressive allies -- is protected by statute.
Well, what do you expect of a guy who sat for two decades in Jeremiah Wright's church?
But it is political bias against Republicans, so that's OK.
Many in the mainstream believe that the Republican Party is an elitist organization of the affluent while Democrats represent the party of the people. If that ever were true, it certainly hasn’t been for many years. Yet the myth persists.
A recent example is The Chicago Tribune, which last week on its Web site headlined “Wealthy Bruce Rauner announces for Republican governor race.” Yesterday, The Trib went with “Bill Daley to explore run for Illinois governor.”
OpenSecrets.org determined that in 2010 Daley’s “average net worth was an estimated $28.7 million.” It doesn’t appear that throwing a benefit for him will be necessary any time soon. Yet his prosperity isn’t even referenced by The Tribune. Only rich Republicans are newsworthy there.
Because you know, rich Democrats are just good people who have been blessed with money, not exploiters of the masses.
Jonah Goldberg highlights the contradiction between Obama's views about the war on terrorism and his views on government spying on Americans.
In late May, the president announced in a speech that the war on terror was essentially over. In early June, he’s defending a data-mining operation that even Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) — an author of the Patriot Act, which authorizes surveillance by the NSA — is denouncing as dangerous overreach he never intended.
The idealist wants credit for ending the war, while the alleged pragmatist wants to keep a surveillance apparatus that has no justification if the war on terror is truly over. Maybe he’s right on the merits. The problem is that fewer and fewer people are willing to take his word for it.
The fact that the American people are unwilling to take Obama's word is a good thing. After all, the Founders wanted us to mistrust the government and the politicians who run it. That way we will be inclined to keep an eye on it and make every effort to ensure that our liberties are not destroyed. Our Constitution is designed to encourage that stance -- and while Obama and his supporters may call distrust of him ""racist", the reality is that it is patriotic.
That is the question that I'm left asking after this article appeared in the Houston Chronicle.
Bad timing may have killed a Houston-area proposal to develop software for monitoring social media posts about breaking news.
Initially discussed May 7 at the Fort Bend County Commissioners Court, the software was a project of the Houston Urban Area Security Initiative, which includes Brazoria, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris and Montgomery counties.
Described as "social media intelligence gathering software," the project was scheduled to be on the Fort Bend County court's agenda again on Tuesday.
But County Judge Bob Hebert said he decided to pull the item because there were too many unanswered questions about potential invasion of privacy.
"The concerns I expressed to staff were brought about by numerous phone calls we received from citizens," Hebert said. "The question I got from constituents was, 'Isn't this similar to what the federal government is doing with (collecting data from) Verizon, AT&T and Google?' "
Now pulling this item from Fort Bend County's agenda apparently will kill the program for the entire region. But I ask again -- why does county government (or a regional super-agency created by several county governments) need to be monitoring Twitter and Facebook to see what the citizenry is talking about?
Well, we have a Stasi-style police state developing in this country due to the ramped up surveillance of every American that Obama and his cronies have implemented. Therefore I'm not too surprised by this development. wherein critics of Obama and the regime are being visited by the Secret Service over innocuous First Amendment protected speech about the President.
Tom Francois is an outspoken critic of Barack Hussein Obama- and has a robust Twitter presence. He also likes to dabble with his "paint" program to create funny cartoons. He has never threatened the President in any way, manner or form.
On April 11, 2013, he heard relentless pounding on his door shouts of "Police!" The officers introduced themselves as members of The Secret Service and asked if they could "take a look around."
Since Tom had nothing to hide (and he didn't want any return visits) - he complied fully with their request. He even signed a consent to search his premises AND an "Authorization To Review Medical and Mental Health Records!"
They asked Tom if he ever left his state or traveled to Washington, D.C.
One Agent asked Tom if he has any intentions of "whacking" the President." To which Tom replied- "Of course not. I wish him no harm. I disagree with his policies and actions and I make no bones about it. It's my First Amendment Right and I intend to exercise it."
Not only that, but the jack-booted fascists made it clear that they knew the online satirist legally owned two firearms (apparently the SS has no more respect for the Second Amendment than they do for the First Amendment) and that they were looking for an excuse to confiscate them. And in a visit to his daughter, they stated that the information they were gathering -- most of which consisted of photoshops of public domain photographs that commented on current political issues -- would be turned over to Attorney General Eric Holder because "he has the last word on what to do, if anything." In other words, an Obama political appointee will be making decisions about what criticism of Obama is to be permitted, First Amendment be damned.
Oh, and the agents admitted the basis for their investigation of Tom Francois's Fist Amendment protected activity -- the fact that he has a large (over 11,000) following on Twitter.. Look for yourself to find out how threatening his graphics really are. They claimed that they weren't worried about Tom, but that they were instead worried about what someone might do in response to his tweets -- which is not legitimately grounds for an investigation, and which doesn't justify the questions "do you ever travel out of state?" and have you ever traveled near the District of Columbia?" After all, if they don't see him as a threat, why are they tracking his movements, movements that are also his right as an American citizen? And why are they also told him that his online speech was being watched by the government and that they would come back to confiscate his guns -- and presumably arrest him -- if he were to ever "step over the line".
Oh, by the way -- while the federal government was investigating an internet satirist, they weren't investigating a pair of radical Islamist brothers in the Boston area. Four days after this harassment of an American citizen by the Obama Regime, those two brothers set off a terrorist bomb at the Boston marathon. Why weren't they tagged as being at least as big a threat as a guy who posts on Twitter?
H/T Urban Grounds
Just remember, friends -- this is YOUR Democrat Party, led by the father of Democrat Vice President Al Gore, the mentor of Democrat President Bill Clinton, and a Kluxer hailed as the conscience of the Senate by Barack Obama.
On this day in 1964, Everett Dirksen (R-IL), the Republican Leader in the U.S. Senate, condemned the Democrats’ 57-day filibuster against the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Leading the Democrats in their opposition to civil rights for African-Americans was Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV). Byrd, who got into politics as a recruiter for the Ku Klux Klan, spoke against the bill for fourteen straight hours. Democrats still call Robert Byrd “the conscience of the Senate.”
In his speech, Senator Dirksen called on the Democrats to end their filibuster and accept racial equality.
In addition to Byrd (the only Senator to vote against both African-Americans to serve on the Supreme Court) Senator Al Gore, Sr. was one of the filibustering senators. So was Arkansas Senator Fulbright, who gave Bill Clinton his start in politics. While a handful of Republicans opposed the bill on federalism grounds, all of them had otherwise strong records on civil rights and based their objections to specific provisions of the bill, while the Democrats who sought to kill the bill did so on the basis of their longstanding opposition to equality for African-Americans. That all but one of those Democrats remained Democrats in good standing for the rest of their lives, right up to the Obama Administration, let there be no doubt that the Democrat Party remains the party of slavery, segregation and the Klan and has not rejected it racist heritage.
Uncontrolled immigration -- legal and illegal -- is turning parts of the United States into carbon copies of Mexico.
The slaying in Southlake Town Square of a Mexican attorney with reputed ties to drug cartels was a brazen and well-coordinated assassination that illustrates the increasingly long and lethal reach of the brutal criminal organizations, security experts say.
The flamboyant public hit was unusual because Mexican cartels try to stay off the radar on this side of the border.
But it underlines an ominous trend: Dallas-Fort Worth has become a key “command and control” center for moving drugs and people across the country, top state and federal law enforcement officials confirm.
DFW is more than 400 miles from the Mexico border, but its central location and vast network of interstates and rail lines make it a vital distribution point for drugs.
Historically, the cartels don't do this in the United States. But now that American cities are becoming "home turf" to some of them, cartel rules are changing. And it isn't just Texas -- apparently much of the gun violence in gun-free Chicago is cartel related. And why shouldn't such violence come here to American? After all, we are letting the cartels in along our unsecured border -- and talking about legalizing those here while leaving the border unsecured. How long until we have headless bodies of police officers and their family members turning up in major cities as a warning to others to not interfere with their drug trade?
H/T Prairie Pundit
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OK, here are this week’s full results.
See you next week! And look forward to a special announcement about changes in Council membership.
You hoped for change. You voted for a man who promised to be a great respecter of civil liberties and to operate the most transparent administration in history.
But it hasn't worked out that way for you.
Just look at these stories from the last few days.
So let me make this AT40-style long-distance dedication to you.
Here's the Sex Pistols, singing God Save the Queen.
"God save the Quen
And the fascist regime.
They made you a moron."
No future. No future. No future for you.
“Moral responsibility is the essence of humanity. It is what sets Homo sapiens apart from other animals. Assigning moral responsibility to whites while denying it to nonwhites is therefore a way of dehumanizing the latter. Multiculturalism turns out to be a disguised form of white supremacy.”
The notion that whites are presumptively racist and non-whites are incapable of racism -- and that whites pointing out race-neutral misconduct by minorities constitutes an act of racism because of the pseudo-scientific concept of "white privilege" -- means that the multiculturalist absolves minorities of moral agency and thereby reduces them to a status something less than human, because that moral agency is an essential part of what makes us human. And that, my friends, shows how contemporary progressivism is not particularly disconnected from the white supremacy and racism of progressive heroes Woodrow Wilson and Margaret Sanger.
But that was during the Bush years -- under Obama such leaks border on treason.
The unauthorized leaks of two top-secret surveillance programs run by the National Security Agency (NSA) will cause "long-lasting and irreversible harm" to ongoing efforts to safeguard the United States from outside threats, according to the director of national intelligence.
"Discussing programs like this publicly will have an impact on the behavior of our adversaries and make it more difficult for us to understand their intentions," Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper said in a statement late Thursday.
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"The unauthorized disclosure of information about this important and entirely legal program is reprehensible and risks important protections for the security of Americans," Clapper added.
So letting the American people know that every phone call, every text message, and every email or internet search is being turned over to the government for scrutiny endangers the nation and aids our enemies -- but it is the height of public responsibility to disclose an undeniably legal program that monitors financial transactions by terrorists.
But we know the reason for the different reactions -- Bush Bad; Obama Good.
An Army master sergeant was punished after he hosted a promotion party and served Chick-fil-A sandwiches in honor of the Defense of Marriage Act.
The unidentified soldier was investigated, reprimanded, threatened with judicial action and given a bad efficiency report, according to the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty.
“They say he is no longer a team player and was not performing up to standards,” Chaplain Alliance Executive Director Ron Crews told Fox News. “This is just one little example of a case of a soldier just wanting to express his views and now he’s been jumped on by the military.”
The soldier’s story was included in a letter to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights documenting concerns about attacks on religious liberty within the Armed Services.
The Pentagon did not return calls seeking comment.
Last summer the soldier had received his promotion to master sergeant. The promotion coincided with a national controversy surrounding Chick-fil-A’s support of traditional marriage. Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy told a newspaper that he was “guilty as charged” when it came to supporting the biblical definition of marriage. Gay rights advocates were infuriated and some Democratic leaders – most notably the mayor of Boston – attempted to stop the popular restaurant chain from opening restaurants in their cities.
Crews said the soldier decided to hold a party to celebrate his new position. The invitations read, “In honor of my promotion and in honor of the Defense of Marriage Act, I’m serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches at my promotion party.”
After the party, the solider received a letter of reprimand. Crews said at issue was the combination of the sandwiches and the soldier’s support of DOMA (which happens to be the law of the land).
“There was initially some talk of bringing judicial punishment against him,” Crews said. “He had a letter put in his file and an investigation was initiated to see if he had violated any policy.”
Remember -- this is a private party paid for with his own money during off-duty time. It involved an expression of the soldier's personal religious and political beliefs, and supported the enforcement of a federal law that the scofflaw in the Oval Office and his perjurious and contemptuous toady at the Department of Justice has refused to enforce.
Based upon what we have been seeing recently, it seems clear that it will take a generation to undo the damage done by eight years of Obama.
One more reason I want my brilliant and talented US Senator to be the GOP candidate for President one day.
“Let me say that the fact that the mainstream media and the New York Times is so hysterical about what I’m doing – to me frankly suggests that we’re doing something right,” Cruz said. “Because I tell ya, I ain’t here workin’ for the New York Times, I’m working every day for 26 million Texans and for conservatives and Americans all across this country that want to get back to our Constitution, and want to get back to the free market system that has made us the greatest nation in the history of the world.”
That's right -- Ted Cruz doesn't work for the left-leaning media or seek to please the loudest members of the dead-tree press. He works for us -- the Texans who sent him to Washington as our Senator -- and the millions of Americans who agree with us about how to make America great again. Would that more members of Congress -- Senate and House -- remembered who they work for.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Monday said that members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community will be a special focus of Obamacare because "for too long...[they] were pushed to the side."
Presumably we will, over the next several months find that HHS is going to announce "a special focus" for other favored groups beloved of the Obama Administration -- blacks, Hispanics, Muslims -- with the result being that members of the Obama electoral coalition will receive better care than those who are members of Republican-leaning groups -- straights, whites and Christians. And given the fact that the IRS has already been targeting those groups, one must wonder if the policies that have been at work in the last several years are just a ramping-up of the policies that will be in play once the IRS takes a major role in running our health care system under ObamaCare.
We've always known that Barry loves Muslims and loves Terrorstinians, but now he's letting his Jew-hatred hang out with the appointment of Samantha Powers as UN Ambassador.
National Security Council Senior Director for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights Samantha Power, who chaired the first meeting of the board Monday following an appearance by President Obama at the Holocaust Museum, said in a 2002 interview that ”external intervention” in the form of a “mammoth protection force” was necessary to separate the Israelis and the Palestinians. She acknowledged that forcing our way in was undemocratic but insisted it was necessary.
“Unfortunately, imposition of a solution on unwilling parties is dreadful. I mean, It’s a terrible thing to do, it’s fundamentally undemocratic.”
Translation -- the US needs to invade the sovereign nation of Israel and impose borders upon it, to the benefit of the terrorists who have vowed to exterminate Jews from the Middle East. Ms. Powers should fit right in at the UN, where anti-Semitism is official policy. But that also tells us that American policy will get even more hostile to Israel during the rest of Obama's term.
That is the only reasonable interpretation of the latest declaration from undesirable alien featured by the anti-American news network.
Yeah, you've got that right -- Martin Bashir has declared that any criticism of Barack Obama related to the IRS scandal is the same as calling him a n*gg*r! That we have reached a point where the apologists for the incompetent occupant of the Oval Office are reduced to declaring that commentary on the scandal within his administration is a racial attack is indicative of the reality that racism is dead in this country except among the fringeoid freaks that inhabit the Klan or the New Black Panther Party -- and that racism is no longer a problem at all in our society. Henceforth, any attempt by Obama or his supporters to use the race card is indicative of utter dishonesty and the lack of any legitimate grounds upon which to refute the criticism of the president.
In other word, YOUR RACE CARD HAS BEEN REVOKED!
Now that Nidal Hasan Has admitted that he was adhering to our enemies, giving them aid and comfort.
Fort Hood Suspect Says He Was Defending Taliban
Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, accused of killing 13 people in 2009, gave his first public explanation about the motive.
With Hasan admitting he was acting to help the enemy it makes the work place violence claim all the more ludicrous. The administration needs to drop the pretense.
I guess this means the classification of the Fort Hood attack as "workplace violence" must be overturned, and the Obama Administration must give the wounded and the survivors of the dead the benefits they are due because they are victims of a terrorist attack.
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