Politics

The media vs Whitey

Earlier this week, scumbag extraordinaire David Patterson, whined incessantly that race has played a significant role in his negative media coverage and poor all around public standing. As if his utter incompetence and sheer buffoonery hadn't the slightest connection with his currant reality. This is just the latest attempt from a black politician to play the race card, further marginalizing the tremendous struggle and accomplishments from civil rights pioneers like Martin Luther King.

While down in Tennessee the first of several soulless animals, who happen to be black, had escaped the death penalty for the murder, rape, and torture of a young couple, who happen to be white. Letalvis Cobbins, heartless killer, no longer has to worry about being executed by the state; instead the guilty Cobbins will spend the rest of his days in jail, where he will eat, sleep in a warm bed, brag to all his cell mates about
his manly merciless kills, living off of the tax payer's dime.

Conservatives outnumber liberals in all 50 states according to new Gallup poll

Just in case you're tempted to get distracted by all that talk from the White House, Nancy Pelosi, etc. about how all those people showing up at townhall meetings really don't represent America, well it seems the numbers tell a different story:

Self-identified conservatives outnumber self-identified liberals in all 50 states of the union, according to the Gallup Poll.
 
At the same time, more Americans nationwide are saying this year that they are conservative than have made that claim in any of the last four years.

In 2009, 40% percent of respondents in Gallup surveys that have interviewed more than 160,000 Americans have said that they are either "conservative" (31%) or "very conservative" (9%). That is the highest percentage in any year since 2004.

Only 21% have told Gallup they are liberal, including 16% who say they are "liberal" and 5% who say they are "very liberal."
 
Thirty-five percent of Americans say they are moderate.

And, of course, we know that most "moderates" tend to be conservatives who are worried about running afoul of political correctness if they admit it.

Obama calls out the dogs

The Obama regime is desperately whipping it's dogs into a bloodthirsty frenzy, in an effort to counter the passionate pleas of freedom exploding from concerned Americans around the nation. Watching their liberties being threatened, citizens from both parties are poised to to take a stand. The fire that has rapidly spread, has taken the President and his cronies by surprise, they can't quite fathom a knowledgeable citizenry challenging his agenda.

High powered politicians staring blankly at each other, " duh, aren't these people supposed to just fold up and obey?" These pompous hacks are actually taken back by a public whose better versed on the Obama-care than they are; imagine that, how arrogant these parasites are, they are irritated by this inconvenience. Nancy Pelosi wants us to believe that the revolt is comprised of greedy insurance agents and dissenting GOP members.

When it comes to health care reform, the devil is in the details

When it comes to legislation, there's a general rule of thumb that the number of details someone doesn't want you to see is directly related to how quickly they try to pass it.  The so-called health care "reform" bill is a text-book example.

The reason Obama and liberal Democrats are pushing so fast and furious is because the details, (where the Devil usually hides), are beginning to get out.  And as the details start to sink in, they're cutting through all of the "yes we can" rhetoric and leading more Americans to say "no you don't".

So what's getting them worked up?  Let's take a look at some of the details of this "reform".

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Preservation of Churches and Christian Communities

Preservation of Christian churches and surrounding communities calls for collective review, discussion and action. Currently, Florida's State Statute l63.3 governing Community Redevelopment Agencies, is being used as a political toolkit against low to high-moderate income Christian individuals who attend neighborhood churches throughout Florida. Without any inspection to their homes, a Findings of Necessity has been created using either their exact property addresses or demographic boundaries of their properties. The Findings of Necessity is to justify the existence of a Community Redevelopment Agency, create a "CRA Plan" for preservation, rehabilitation, revitalization, replacement and redevelopment that is time certain, cost certain and project certain. The time of their existence is up to fifty years in most cases and is a Legislative vehicle for addressing "slum and blight". It applies to both residential and commercial properties.

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Obama raising money off of "no health care bill"?

Just to show that the people who want to force a government takeover of our healthcare system will miss no opportunity...

Below is an email I received from the Obama campaign today (Yes, I'm on their email list...it pays to know what the other guys are up to).  In it, they're asking supporters to commit to giving them one dollar each day we don't have a health care "reform" bill signed into law by Obama.  The email subject line was "Something unusual".  I'll say.

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Visit our new Health Care Action Center

If you haven't done so yet, be sure to visit our new Health Care Action Center to get the latest info on the ongoing health care "reform" debate.

We've got news and opinion links and videos.  We also have a Health Care Fact Sheet page that breaks down some of the most essential points that conservatives need to keep in mind while the battle rages.  It's also available in PDF format so you can print, copy and distribute the old-fashioned way if you wish.

There are also quick links for Twitter and Facebook users, allowing you to send a custom message about the Action Center on to your friends.

Most importantly of course, is the online petition and the link to contact your elected officials.

Remember, if you don't speak out, they can always say that they never heard from you.  Don't let that happen. 

Senate Republicans should put Democrats on the spot with Sotomayor

With a newly minted sixty-vote Democrat majority in the US Senate, the approval of the nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court is all but assured.
But what isn't assured is that it won't cost the Democrats something before all the dust settles.  And that's up to the Republicans.

Do they have what it takes to make her positions on hot-button issues so toxic that the Democrats from "purple" or "red" states who support her will find themselves in political hot water back home?
Her record represents just such an opportunity.

Before becoming a judge, Sotomayor was a leader of the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund (PRLDEF), even serving as the Chairman of its Litigation Committee.  And there we get a glimpse of some of the issues she was willing to lend her support to.

Politics VS small Business Billboards

Recently there was a small business operator or owner of a dougnut shop who put up a billboard sign in front of his business naming the local politician and complaining about not being represented. The very next day the politician (or a subordinate) contacted the business saying if the advertisement was discontinued the politician would meet and discuss the problems of the owner of the business. Well the sign was discontinued but the meeting never occoured. This proves to me that, if billboards are used to represent the American Peoples problems with their representatives, that there is much more likleyhood of getting the attention of our (The American People) problems at least possibly attended to by the named politician. The only thing is, to hold the politican to any promise of a meeting first and that all such problems are repaired before any such removal of the advertisement.

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