September 3, 2013
The following article contains dozens of references that seem to reveal the true nature of the Dhimmicrat Party. But it’s written by a black conservative and you know what Dhimmicrats say about the Uncles Tom.
… the next time any Democrat claims they’ve been supportive of civil rights in America (and been so all along), ask them to explain their past. “We’ve grown” is not gonna cut it, considering they continue to lie about their past to this day, and only someone lacking in common sense would believe two distinct political parties could juxtaposition their stances on civil rights seemingly overnight.
Another uppity Uncle explains
» Why I Do Not Like The Obamas
Presidents are politicians and all politicians are known and pretty much expected to manipulate the truth, if not outright lie, but even using that low standard, the Obama’s have taken lies, dishonesty, deceit, mendacity, subterfuge and obfuscation to new depths. They are verbally abusive to the citizenry and they display an animus for civility.
We should condemn them for the disrespect they show our people, for his willful and unconstitutional actions pursuant to obeying the Constitutional parameters he is bound by, and his willful disregard for Congressional authority.
Dislike for them has nothing to do with the color of their skin, it has everything to do with their behavior, attitudes, and policies. And I have open scorn for their playing the race.
Illinois, the political home of flaming black liberal Democrats like Barack Obama, Jesse Jackson Jr. and Rahm Emanuel, is not accustomed to having conservative black Republicans in their state government. What’s worse for the Illinois liberals is the fact that John Anthony knows the Constitution and the law and has a track record of upholding them both. It will be interesting to see just how many feathers he ruffles in the Illinois state legislature
All you have to do to tell if something is racist ….
~~ via MoonBattery.com
Items highlighted by Tea Partiers include: Graham’s support of providing weapons to “Al Quaeda / Muslim Brotherhood Revolutionaries in Syria,” how Graham “[s]upported amnesty but not border control,” how he supported “NSA spying on private American citizens,” “abridging the First Amendment for those who criticize the government,” “restrictions on the Second Amendment,” “Obama’s drone program against American citizens,” “subordinating American sovereignty to the United Nations,” “giving foreign aid to terrorist governments in the Middle East,” “granting members of the Muslim Brotherhood high level positions in the US government,” “giving taxpayer money to international organizations,” “giving taxpayer money for excessive foreign aid generally, not just to terrorist governments in the Middle East,” “restricting the First Amendment rights to criticize Islamic radicalism,” “Obama’s radical appointments to the Supreme Court,” “liberal proposal to nationalize banks,” “Obama’s energy taxes and Cap and Trade,” “bailouts for financial institutions (TARP),” and “bailouts for independent mortgage institutions (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac).”
Other points include how Graham opposed “principled application of free trade policies,” “making Bush tax cuts permanent,” “President Bush’s conservative nominee from South Carolina to the Court of Appeals,” and “medical malpractice tort reform.” The Tea Partiers also rip Graham for siding “with Democrats on government regulation to combat ‘climate change,’” having “[p]raised Hillary Clinton’s prospects for higher office,” having “[f]ailed to fight for President Bush’s conservative judicial nominees generally,” and for criticizing “the South Carolina GOP for defending the Republican platform.”
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Hi kids! Hey, let’s discuss college! Actually, this is not a discussion. You WILL go. You MUST go. Only lazy, dirty losers don’t go to college. You aren’t a lazy, dirty loser, are you? ARE YOU?
Good. I didn’t think so.
This week, the President has been making his pitch to “fundamentally rethink and reshape” the higher education system, and so the conversation has once again turned to the importance of cramming as many warm bodies as possible into colleges and universities — at any expense to themselves, their parents, and the taxpayers. Over 70 percent of college students are already on some form of federal aid, and damned if we can’t get that number to an even 100 percent. Meanwhile, outstanding student loan debt has long since surpassed a trillion dollars with no signs of slowing down. If you had a math degree you’d know that a trillion dollars is, like, a lot.
You see, kids, as executives at the academic and banking institutions make billions from this setup, a bunch of 20-something’s with no assets, little to no income, and no work experience, are left with an accrued debt many times higher than the GDP of a small European nation. Millions of college graduates haven’t been able to find a job, with even more either moving back in with their parents or refusing to leave the nest in the first place. We are now faced with legions of young adults who have sacrificed their financial future — and whittled away several years of potential life and work experience — all for the sake of a piece of paper and a severely damaged liver.
After a Muslim women refused to lift her headbag and reveal her face in a British court, the judge told the woman she would not be able to enter a plea because there is no way to tell if the woman charged is the woman behind the veil.
The media is fond of saying, without question, that there were no WMDs found in Iraq.
This has always been untrue and easily refuted, if media did anything other than parrot the party line.
The question isn’t about whether there were WMDs. The question has been how have we been letting the media get away with mistating the facts for all these years when ample evidence was there.
As the military reported, after we went into Iraq, chemical weapons, facilities and residue were in fact found, and kept being found for years afterward.
More heaving and lurching by the teleprompted windsock
In March 2011, President Obama committed the United States to action in Libya that involved roughly 100 cruise missile firings, 12 U.S. Navy ships in the Mediterranean, and 75 U.S. Air Force and Navy aircraft including B-2 bombers. And the Libyan case involved no use of chemical warfare by Muammar Qadhafi. Still, the president saw no reason to seek a congressional vote.
This context makes his claim that he must seek a vote now, in the Syrian case, unintelligible. It cannot be a matter of principle, or the principle would have applied to intervention in Libya as well. From all appearances, the president either lost his nerve, or more likely read opinion polls suggesting that intervention would be widely unpopular. He came to this decision abruptly, after sending out his new secretary of state to make two powerful, emotional, and affecting war speeches that explained why we must act. And he came to this decision, by all accounts now appearing in the press, without even consulting Secretary of State John Kerry, relying instead on his mostly young and comparatively inexperienced White House staff.
The U.K. is maxing out on the number of coal-plant operating hours it was allowed under EU law more quickly than anticipated.
One solution … is for Britain to keep in reserve some of the coal plants it plans to mothball, so that they could be re-fired, if needed. But that would require retrofitting the plants to keep them from violating pollution regulations, a costly exercise. … Alternatively, Britain could put the plants back on line as they are and risk paying large EU fines.
… outside the United States, gas prices are high, so an increase in LNG imports would likely hit British consumers hard.
… power companies have one other reason for not building new plants: “They don’t think demand is going to be there.” Forward pricing, he says, indicates that the industry doesn’t see a shortage looming. They’re betting that National Grid’s pessimistic forecast that the economy and demand will remain weak is accurate.
Taxpayers are paying the salary of Andrew Lorenzen-Strait to be an advocate to illegals. In a Spanish announcement, he is called the “people’s counsel.”
A devious Executive branch, a neutered and spineless Congress, a betrayed American citizenry.
For this transgression against political correctness, Penner also gets to pay a $5,000 civil fine.
Who does the club belong to, Penner or the government? The government, obviously, because that’s who decides who will frequent the place. Who does the money in Penner’s bank account belong to? The government again, to be redistributed as the liberal thugs comprising it see fit.
I will not denigrate Colin Powell’s service to this country, for which I offer my sincere thanks, but when it comes to matters of law and politics, he is a buffoon.
And, for someone who is so fixated on skin pigmentation rather than character, it’s difficult to believe Powell missed the story about the “Mississippi NAACP leader sent to prison for 10 counts of voter fraud.”
And the fact that more than 50 people employed by or linked with ACORN have been convicted of voter fraud.
During the 2008 election cycle alone, ACORN was linked to as many as 600,000 bogus voter registrations. Combined with their tactics of encouraging early voting and use of absentee ballots, ACORN is responsible for widespread election fraud.
17 seconds using Google would have allowed an honest journalist to quickly debunk Powell’s nonsense.
September 3rd, 2013 under Uncategorized.
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