Sunday, September 30, 2012

The Sunday 'Report;' 09/30/2012 [Part 2]

What The National Pamphleteers Don't Report:
Bring the Troops Home. U.S. Military Betrayed
by Marinka Peschmann,
September 23, 2012

[Photo: SSG Matthew S. Sitton and wife, Sarah Sitton. SSG Matthew Sitton died in Afghanistan Aug. 2 after stepping on an IED]
As the Middle East rages in violent anti-American protests, the dirty little secret that few in Washington want to discuss is how military families have worried for years about whether or not their loved ones serving in Afghanistan and previously in Iraq would be killed by insurgents or by the bureaucracy and policies of their own government.
Intrepid journalist and author Diana West reports from an alarming letter written in June by Army Staff Sgt. Matthew S. Sitton that was sent to U.S. Rep. C.W. “Bill” Young asking for help after his commanders in Afghanistan told him to “quit whining” about orders to lead patrols twice daily without objective, “or purpose” through basically “a mine field.” As SSG Sitton wrote, “As a Brigade, we are averaging at a minimum an amputee a day from our soldiers because we are walking around aimlessly through grape rows and compounds that are littered with explosives. Not to mention that the operation tempo that every solider is on leaves little to no time for rest and refit. The moral and alertness levels on our patrol are low and it is causing casualties left and right.”
“I’m concerned about the well being of my soldiers and have tried to voice my opinion through the proper channels of my own chain of command only to be turned away and told that I need to stop complaining,” SSG Sitton continued. “It is my responsibility to take care of my soldiers …”
Two months later, [....]

The IRS Has Gone Rogue
Did Congress intend to offer tax credits through federal exchanges?

by Michael F. Cannon and Jonathan H. Adler,
September 26, 2012 
     A president who says “I haven’t raised taxes” has authorized his Internal Revenue Service issue a “final rule” that will illegally tax some 12 million individuals, plus large employers, in as many as 40 states beginning in 2014. Oklahoma’s attorney general has asked a federal court to block this rule. Members of Congress have introduced legislation in both the House and the Senate to quash it.
At first glance, it might not seem that the IRS is up to anything nefarious. The rule in question concerns the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s tax credits, not the law’s tax increases. The tax credits are intended to offset the cost of insurance premiums for low- and middle-income workers.
For many Americans, however, those tax credits are like an anchor disguised as a life vest. The mere fact that a taxpayer is eligible for a tax credit can trigger tax liabilities against both the taxpayer (under the act’s “individual mandate”) and her employer (under the “employer mandate”). In 2016, these tax credits will trigger a tax of $2,085 on many families of four earning as little as $24,000. An employer with [....]

Winning a Winnable Race
What Romney should and shouldn’t do from here.
By Ramesh Ponnuru,
September 21, 2012 
    president obama is ahead, but he is not in a position of overwhelming strength. Romney just needs to gain a few points in the polls to defeat him — and thus be in a position to appoint conservative judges, sign legislation repealing and replacing Obamacare, and begin to reform the entitlement programs that threaten the country’s fiscal future. (See this Sean Trende article if you need more convincing about the folly of declaring Obama the winner already.)
Romney’s key weakness — the place where he most needs to improve his performance — is that he isn’t seen as a champion of middle-class interests. In this week’s NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, Obama is leading him by 19 points on the question of who would be the best at looking out for the middle class. This weakness is what underlies every other one Romney has, from his low favorability ratings to Obama’s advantage in the head-to-head numbers. Romney doesn’t need to make the case that he would help the middle class at the expense of the rich; that’s Obama’s play. But he does need to emphasize, again and again, how his agenda would help the vast majority of Americans.
It would be easier to make that case if Romney had advanced a plan to replace Obamacare that would tear down the barriers that keep millions of people from being able to buy health insurance, or if he had embraced a middle-class-friendly tax reform such as an expansion of the child tax credit. But it’s too late in this campaign to expect much in the way of new policy initiatives. Romney will have to make use of what he’s got — and that’s actually quite a bit.
So: Run ads pointing out [....]

 “They’re Killing Us Because We’re Infidels”
by: Diana West,
September 19, 2012
    Paul Sperry rakes the Pentagon response to jihad inside the wire — more “sensitivity” training — in the New York Post this week (must have been Prince Talal’s day off).
Top officials believe culturally offensive behavior is the motivation behind the killings, so it’s stepped up Islamic sensitivity training for our troops.

AP Photo: Lance Cpl. Greg Buckley Jr.’s father Greg, foreground, and mother
Marina are escorted from St. Agnes Cathedral after his funeral Mass, Saturday,

Aug. 18, 2012, in Rockville Center, N.Y.. Buckley Jr. was
barely 21 years old when he was killed in an attack by a policeman in

“Top officials” should be relieved of duty, ASAP. They have lost their minds if they ever had any. Or, to be more accurate, they have adopted, internalized the Islamic mindset to a point beyond apology and beyond reason. Reality check: Normal, mainstream Afghan culture includes child rape, pederasty, “seven-day shit suits,” cruelty to animals, enslavement of women, and death to apostates, just to hit some highlights. Such institutional depravity, however, is the New Normal to the ideological zealots in charge. They don’t see it, and can’t imagine the effect of it on Western troops, even when their own internal reports flag such native practices as dog torture as “stressors” that lead to “serious social altercations” between US and Afghan soldiers. These and other resounding features of culture clash are officially hushed up lest the irreconcilable differences between Islam and the West become openly acknowledged, and the bankruptcy of the past [....]

Blaming our troops
'Friendly' fire attacks have killed dozens of our heroes.  The Pentagon's response?  Ordering sensitivity training about islam
by Paul Sperry,
New York Post
September 16, 2012
Afghan security forces, our supposed allies, are slaughtering American troops. Thirty-three soldiers have been killed by “green on blue” attacks this year alone. The situation is so bad that the training of Afghan forces has been temporarily suspended.
How has the Pentagon responded?
By blaming our troops.
Top officials believe culturally offensive behavior is the motivation behind the killings, so it’s stepped up Islamic sensitivity training for our troops.
If you don’t want to be shot in the back by your Afghan training partners, the Pentagon advises, don’t offend their religious sensibilities. Don’t kick your feet up on a table, for instance, and never ask to see a picture of their wives and kids. “There’s a percentage [of attacks] which are cultural affronts,” Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey said in a recent interview.
Dempsey echoes the concerns of Gen. Sher Mohammad Karimi, the Afghan National Army’s chief of staff, who earlier this month argued both sides need to do more to “teach” foreign troops Islamic traditions and values to reduce the chance of violent reactions to cultural slights.
“It is our duty to teach this to them. Our indifference about these issues causes the incident,” he said. In the past three years, uniformed Afghans have murdered at least 97 US and NATO troops. The Taliban has taken credit for many of the attacks, but the Pentagon has been reluctant to [....]

Diplomatic Security in Light of Behghazi
by Scott Stewart,
September 27, 2012
    It has been more than two weeks since the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, that resulted in the death of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans, yet the attack remains front-page news. One reason is that it has become unusual for a U.S. ambassador to be killed. After the 1968 assassination of John Mein in Guatemala -- the first ever U.S. ambassador to be assassinated -- several others were killed in the 1970s: Cleo Noel Jr. in Sudan in 1973, Rodger Davies in Cyprus in 1974, Francis Meloy Jr. in Lebanon in 1976 and Adolph Dubs in Afghanistan in 1979. However, following improvements in diplomatic security during the 1980s, no U.S. ambassador has died as a result of a hostile action since Ambassador Arnold Raphel, who was killed in the plane crash used to assassinate Pakistani President Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq in August 1988.
    Another reason for the continued publicity is that it is an election year. Since foreign policy is an area where Republicans believe President Barack Obama is vulnerable, Stevens' death has become highly politicized. In any event, the Benghazi attack remains in the headlines. Unfortunately, as one goes beyond those headlines, there are many misunderstandings that have persisted in both the media coverage and the public discussions of the incident. There simply are not many people who understand how diplomatic facilities work and how they are protected.
With that in mind, and because [....]

Blazer to S-10 Transformation!
by PowerBlock TV

You have to see this crazy transformation of a ’94 Chevy Blazer made into a S-10 pickup. Courtney’s guest this weekend is Ron Perkins and his wild custom pick up. He started with a five hundred dollar Blazer and cut the roof off and molded in a standard cab bed and truck rails. He narrowed the rear nine inches and the body has been shaved and all hand-fabbed. It sports a cantilever air ride system. The paint color is GM “41 Black” and GM “Sonoma Jewel”. [More photos here....]
Part 3 MIGHT follow....



The Sunday 'Report;' 09/30/2012 [Part 1]

What The National Pamphleteers Don't Report:
Health Premiums Skyrocket $3,065 under obama
by Bob Beauprez,
September 27, 2012
    At a campaign event in Columbus, Ohio in 2008, candidate Barack Obama said, "We are going to work with you to lower your (health insurance) premiums by $2,500 per family per year. We will not wait 20 years from now to do it. We will do it by the end of my first term as president." He repeated the promise numerous times, including during a debate with John McCain.  For those that actually believed him, that turned out to be another in a long litany of broken Obama promises. Worse, a new survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds premiums have actually increased an average of $3,065 rather than decline. That's a $5,565 punch in the gut for American families.
    So much for "fighting for middle class families" – which is the phony claim Obama is making during the current campaign season. The truth is Obama's policies have assaulted the middle class – and the rest of America, too. [....]

Obama Versus Obama: Part III
by Dr Thomas Sowell,
September 27, 2012
Much puzzling behavior by Barack Obama falls into place when we go behind the image that he projects ("Obama 1") to the factual reality of the man's whole life and thrust ("Obama 2").
    Obama himself is well aware of the nature and importance of his image. In his own words, "I serve as a blank screen on which people of vastly different political stripes project their own views." An 18th century philosopher put the matter bluntly: "When I speak, I put on a mask. When I act, I am forced to take it off."
    Many of Barack Obama's actions as President of the United States reflect neither political expediency nor an attempt to promote the best interests of the American people. Take, for example, his bowing low from the waist to foreign leaders. No President of the United States had ever done that before. It gained Obama nothing with the voters, nor was there any reason to think that he expected it to. Why then did he do it? What did it accomplish? It brought the United States down a peg, in the eyes of the world, something that he has sought to do in many other ways.
    These bows were perfectly consistent with his view of a maldistribution of power and prestige internationally, just as his domestic agenda reflects a felt need for a redistribution of wealth and power within American society. It is not just the United States, but the Western world in general, including Israel, that needs to be [....]

States and Organizations Fight To Preserve Liberty from Dodd-Frank Act Intrusions
by David S. Addington,
September 21, 2012
    The states of Michigan, Oklahoma, and South Carolina have sued the Obama Administration in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia over provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act that allow the government to seize financial institutions. Several private organizations joined in the legal complaint, to challenge also the constitutionality of the Act’s Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the high-handed manner in which President Obama appointed the Bureau’s Director. The legal challenge by the states and private organizations seeks to enforce constitutional limits on the ever more intrusive federal government.
    The Heritage Foundation has written previously that the Dodd-Frank provisions for government takeover of financial institutions “trample upon the judicial branch, conceal court proceedings from the public, and deny financial institutions a reasonable opportunity to defend themselves in court.” Similarly, in their complaint, Michigan, Oklahoma, and South Carolina emphasize that “judicial review of the Secretary of the Treasury’s determinations either is subject to draconian limitations (in the case of the 24-hour proceedings available for a company contesting its own liquidation) or is prohibited altogether (with respect to five of the seven factors on which the lawfulness of the Secretary’s action turns . . .),” denying the “notice and a meaningful opportunity to be heard” that lies at the heart of [....]

What Has Obama Learned?
The myth of the president who can rally and unite people by “telling a story.”
by Jonah Goldberg,
September 26, 2012
    The Oval Office isn’t the place to learn on the job. That was the line from both Hillary Clinton and John McCain in 2008. In fairness, that’s always the argument the more experienced candidate uses against the less experienced candidate (just ask Mitt Romney).  But Barack Obama seemed a special case, easily among the least experienced major-party nominees in U.S. history. A Pew poll in August 2008, found that the biggest concern voters had with Obama fell under the category of “personal abilities and experience.” In a “change” year, Americans swallowed those concerns and voted for the change candidate.
Four years later, it’s worth asking, “What has Obama learned?”
    Several journalists have asked that exact question. And Obama’s answers raise another question: Can Obama learn? In July, CBS News’s Charlie Rose asked Obama what the biggest mistake of his first term was. Obama replied it “was thinking that this job was just about getting the policy right.”
Getting the policy right is important, Obama continued, “but the nature of this office is also to tell a story to the American people that gives them a sense of unity and purpose and optimism, especially during tough times.”
    Then, last week, in an admirably tough interview on the Spanish-language network Univision, Obama was asked what his biggest failure was. His first impulse was to pander. “My biggest failure so far is we haven’t gotten comprehensive immigration reform done,” Obama said. “But it’s not because for lack of trying or desire, and I’m confident we are going to accomplish that.”
(Actually, it was at least a little “for a lack of trying or desire,” given that Obama never pushed for the legislation, even when his party controlled Congress.) Then Obama got contemplative.
“The most important lesson I’ve learned is that you can’t change Washington from the inside, you can only change it from the outside,” he said. “That’s how I got elected, and that’s how the big accomplishments like health care got done because we mobilized the American people to speak out.”
Put simply: This is very strange stuff.
In the 2008 primaries, Obama and Hillary Clinton had an intense argument over the nature of the presidency. Clinton argued that real change came when skillful politicians moved the machinery of Washington toward progressive ends. The president was a “chief executive officer” who is “able to manage and run the bureaucracy,” she explained.
No, no, replied Obama. The presidency “involves having a vision for where the country needs to go . . . and then being able to mobilize and inspire the American people to get behind that agenda for change.”
So, after four years on the job, Obama has [....]

10 Hollywood Performers Who Are Reportedly ('n' Surprisingly) Republicans
by Billy Hallowell,
September 26, 2012
    Hollywood is known for being overwhelming left-of-center. From celebrity-led fundraisers supporting President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign to incendiary rhetoric aimed against Republicans, the majority of Hollywood doesn’t hide its liberal inclinations.
That being said, Tinseltown isn’t completely devoid of GOP enthusiasts. While they comprise a very silent minority, right-of-center celebrities exist – and some may even surprise you. While the following list is by no means a complete picture, it is a compilation of 10 of the most interesting and surprising actors and performers who reportedly consider themselves Republicans.
1.  Tony Danza
    Actor Tony Danza is known for his popular role on the 1980s sitcom “Who’s the Boss?,” for his former talk show gig and for appearing in some popular feature films. But the New York City-born actor is also a Republican who may even have political ambitions of his own.
In fact, in a recent interview, he told The Wall Street Journal that he’s thought about running for NYC mayor:
“I’m of a certain age, and you see things, and you think maybe you could help,” Danza said. “You say: ‘Let me fix the city. Let me run for Mayor.’” [...]
Danza declined to say which party he’d run for, adding that he’s never made a monetary contribution to a politician. “The country’s been hoodwinked into thinking we’re supposed to do that,” he said.
While he didn’t share [....]

55% Think Government Doesn’t Protect U.S. Industries Enough from Overseas Competitors
by Scott Rasmussen,
September 26, 2012
Most Americans blame the country’s bad economy on government policies at home rather than on overseas competitors, but they’d like to see the U.S. government protect domestic companies more. The latest Rasmussen Reports national survey finds that 59% of American Adults think the economic policies of the U.S. government are a bigger factor in creating the current problems with the economy than unfair business practices by countries like China and the ongoing economic problems in Europe. Only 12% blame unfair business practices by overseas competitors more, while just as many (11%) see the debt crisis and other problems in Europe as [....]
[Blogger Note:  Remember all the polling results that show "Clown Prince" obama either tied with or ahead of Governor Mitt Romney?  This is what you never know--how the various political persuasions are polled as a percentage of the total.  Mr Rasmussen ALWAYS indicates the 'mechanics' of how he arrived at his results, to wit:
The survey of 1,000 Adults was conducted on September 24-25, 2012 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.]

New study shows half of the global warming in the USA is artificial
by Anthony Watts,
July 29, 2012
PRESS RELEASE – U.S. Temperature trends show a spurious doubling due to NOAA station siting problems and post measurement adjustments.
Chico, CA July 29th, 2012 – 12 PM PDT – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
A comparison and summary of trends is shown from the paper. Acceptably placed thermometers away from common urban influences read much cooler nationwide: [....]

Why Investing in Property is so popular?
by Brendon Thomas,
undated article
Property can be less volatile than shares or other investments and is considered a fairly low risk investment. Low risk investments are always popular and housing in metropolitan areas is constantly in demand. The real estate investor has a bit more control over the risks as those renting property in which to live who will continue to rent and without a corresponding decrease in rental amounts. The high purchase price is often offset by substantial income and a possible annual return between 4% and 8%.
Rental income can be earned and buyers can benefit from capital growth once your property increases in value over time. Many people like the idea of an investment that could create a source of income in their retirement. Rental housing is one sector [....]

Putting America Back To Work!
by PowerBlock TV,
August 31, 2012
Beautiful 1934 Ford Woody on PowerBlock!
This weekend on PowerBlock, Courtney welcomes Craig Bell, V.P. Global Technology for Henkel Corporation’s Loctite Brand. He’ll announce the start of the “Putting America Back To Work” truck and trailer package that you can bid on to win. Kevin and Ryan will upgrade a new F-150 4×4 work truck and trailer on two new Trucks! episodes starting October 13 and 14. Then Loctite will auction it off on eBay November 12th – 30th with all the proceeds donated to a non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to putting people back to work. Plus we’ll check out this gorgeous 1934 Ford Woody that owners [....]
Wearing Thin;
How strong is obama's belief in free trade?
Staff Report
September 14, 2009
    ALTHOUGH Barack Obama alarmed free traders last year with protectionist-sounding pronouncements on the campaign trail, such as one about the need to renegotiate NAFTA, optimists among them dismissed this as mere posturing designed to placate restive trade unions. Yet a decision by the White House to impose punitive tariffs (35% for the first year, falling by five percentage points a year, to 25% in the third year) on Chinese-made pneumatic tyres now raises serious doubts about Mr Obama's commitment to free trade.
The duties are to be imposed on September 26th under a part of American trade law known as “Section 421”. The American government argues that these tyres are being imported into America from China in “such increased quantities and under such conditions as to cause or threaten to cause market disruption to domestic producers” of competing tyres.
America imported tyres worth $1.3 billion [....]

"In-Your-Face" bingeing Costs 2,500 More than British Royal Family
by 'Reaganite Republican,'
September 29, 2012

All that noise about Obama family luxury vacations with a huge entourage, Romanesque White House parties, Manhattan shopping sprees, over-sized 'crew' packed with cronies... it was just the embittered clingers again, mean people spreading lies about our nation's perfect First Family (who we're lucky to have)-right?
Well, numbers don't lie (except at Gallup)- and what they say is that the Obama family blew $1.4B on travel and entertainment for themselves and their (overpaid) personal staffs last year: that's nearly 25 times more than what the entire British Royal Family cost the UK ($57.8M)!

Alas, at 27 million bucks a week, them clingers must have only seen the tip of the iceberg: White House sources claim Michelle went through $10M of taxpayer money last year on just her own private trips and shopping sprees, with one calling the First Lady's self-indulgent spending orgy [....]
Part 2 to follow....



Saturday, September 29, 2012

"Clown Prince" Weekly Blather; September 29th

A Patriotic Response To The "Clown Prince;" 09/29/2012
barackingham Palace,
District of Corruption
September 29, 2012
    Hello, everybody. Four years ago this month, a crisis that started out on Wall Street almost brought down our entire economy. The nation’s biggest banks were days away from failing. The stock market – and millions of American retirement accounts – were in free-fall. Credit froze. Lending stopped. And businesses large and small didn’t even know if they’d be able to make payroll. It was a moment the likes of which few Americans had ever seen. Today, we know the biggest cause of that crisis was reckless behavior in the housing market.
    Millions of Americans who did the right and responsible thing – who shopped for a home, secured a mortgage they could afford, and made their payments on time – were badly hurt by the irresponsible actions of others. By lenders who sold loans to families who couldn’t afford them – and buyers who knew they couldn’t afford them. By speculators who were looking to make a quick buck. And by banks that packaged and sold those risky mortgages for phony profits.  When the party stopped, and the housing bubble burst, it pushed our entire economy into a historic recession – and left middle-class families holding the bag.
    Four years later, the housing market is healing. Home sales and construction are up. Prices are beginning to rise. And more than a million families who began this year owing more on their mortgages than their homes are worth, are now back above water.  We’re moving in the right direction. But we’re not there yet. There are still millions of Americans who are struggling with their mortgages, even at a time of historically low rates.  Now, I know there are some who think that the only option for homeowners is to just stand by and hope that the market has hit bottom. I don’t agree with that. 
[What I'm not telling you:  Remember TARP, the Troubled Asset Relief Program?  That program was signed into law by the evil President George W. Bush and had my full backing while I was stumping during my successful "Campaign of Fluff."  Even though that wasn't during my watch, it became a highly touted first step in my socio-fascist program of governance. 
    The reckless actions of the housing markets I'm whining about this week originated with democRATic [obamacRATic] policies of the "Slick-Willie" Clinton administration.  "Slick" in concert with his HUD Secretary (and current New York Governor) Andrew Cuomo, conspired to force Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae as well as thousands of private lenders to ignore mortgage applicants' "vital statistics" and grant mortgages.  Said conspiracy did not put a modicum of reliance on the applicants' ability to repay the loan!!  This--another in a long list--blatant vote-buying scheme was originally to aid in a 2000 Al-gore victory against--then Texas Governor--George W. Bush.  Thankfully, it didn't work!!  This allowed me--your exalted ruler--rather than Al-gore to become the most irresponsible socio-fascist ruler in American history!! 
    The Clinton-Cuomo Conspiracy (C-CC) was the beginning of 'the housing bubble' that would continue growing for ten-to-twelve years until it's collapse in 2007.  While "Slick" and 'Young Andy' can only be held responsible for the U.S. housing collapse, there were similar kerfuffles going on in the U.K., Hong Kong, Spain, Poland, Hungary and South Korea.]
    That’s why my Administration teamed up with state attorneys general to investigate the terrible way many homeowners were treated, and secured a settlement from the nation’s biggest banks – banks that were bailed out with taxpayer dollars – to help families stay in their homes. And that’s why we announced new steps to help responsible homeowners refinance their mortgages. Already, hundreds of thousands of Americans who were stuck in high-interest loans have been able to take advantage of lower rates and save thousands of dollars every year. That’s not only good for those families; it’s also good for our economy. When folks are spending less on mortgage payments, they’re spending more at local businesses. And when those businesses have more customers, they start hiring more workers. But we can do even more if Congress is willing to do their part.
    Back in February I sent Congress a plan to give every responsible homeowner the chance to save about $3,000 a year on their mortgages by refinancing at lower rates. It’s a plan that has the support of independent, nonpartisan economists and leaders across the housing industry. But Republicans in Congress worked to keep it from even getting to a vote. And here we are – seven months later – still waiting on Congress to act. This makes no sense. Last week, mortgage rates were at historic lows. But instead of helping more and more hardworking families take advantage of those rates, Congress was away on break. Instead of worrying about you, they’d already gone home to worry about their campaigns. The truth is, it’s going to take a while for our housing market to fully recover. But it’s going to take a lot more time – and cause a lot more hurt – if Congress keeps standing in the way. If you agree with me, I hope you’ll make your voices heard. Call your Representative. Send them an email. Show up at their town hall and tell them that when Congress comes back to Washington, they better come back ready to work. All of you are doing everything you can to meet your responsibilities. It’s time Congress did the same.
[What I'm not telling you:  How many of these housing give-aways has my regime proposed?!?  I think--it's difficult to keep track--this one is #3 or #4.  None of the previous homeowner-bailouts has garnered much participation by those eligible homeowners mortgagees.  Eventually the obamacRATic hierarchy will realize that even the obamacRATics aren't interested in another vote-buying scheme!!  I've attempted dozens of vote-buying schemes in my 3-1/2 years on the throne, the only ones that seem to work are those which create and engorge those '47-percenters' Governor Romney speaks of. 
I know everyone on the planet has heard the type of voter I try to attract; the radical, the uneducated, the unwashed and--as Rush Limbaugh says--the 'moron vote.'  

toothless obama supporter
Almost Toothless-obamacRATic voter hired by SEIU ($11/hr) to protest Romney Campaign event.
    If the true mission of this blather opportunity were to put and keep the disadvantaged in their own housing, a cheap mortgage or a refi is most definitely not-the-way-to-go!!  More logical pre-steps might be:  A GED certificate; a trade-school education; a several-year history of dependable attendance and quality work coupled with courses in basic economics, basic finance as well as an ability to keep and reconcile a personal checkbook.
    The inactivity of The Congress is--most definitely--a good thing!  With the members out of the District of Corruption, you only have my myriad of Executive Orders to contend with; to suffer under!!]



This'n'That; September Twenty-Nineth #1; Objectivess

Reasons For Skewing The Polls
    All the major pollsters are reporting--essentially--the campaign's over; "Clown Prince" obama has an unsurmountable lead over Governor Romney in all the polls; in all the 'battleground' states.... hell, nationwide!!
Sadly, the national pamphleteers are being disingenuous in their reporting and in concert with the pollsters, are hoodwinking the American public, primarily those of obama's opposition.  With the polls' over-sampling of obamacratics by as much as 14%, the obama water-carriers are getting the statistics they want:  The aforemention h-u-g-e obama lead.  With proper sampling, Governor Romney would have leads in most of the state polling, in some cases a lead of 11%! 
    Beyond the sampling scam, obamacRATic registered-voter numbers are dropping in several of the battleground states.  When compared to figures from the election that immaculated "Clown Princeobama, today's numbers are showing significant republicRATic gains.  While said gains may not surpass the obamacRATic totals, they are showing greater republicRATic inroads than the national pamphleteer corpse would like you believe.

    This skewing does have positive affects for the obama 2012 'Campaign of Fabrication.'  The pollsters' hope is:
the vast obama lead will discourage non-obama voters on November Sixth;
the vast obama lead will discourage non-obama early voters;
the vast obama lead will discourage non-obama absentee voters;
the vast obama lead will discourage non-obama military voters.
    The aforementioned statistics are a positive for the obama Regime as well as other obamacRATics in that they will be the basis for many individual-state voter fraud lawsuits on behalf of said obamacRATics and obama, his-very-own-self!  Neither party is immune to voter fraud; the aforementioned skewed polls set-the-stage for voter-fraud cases favoring the obamacRATics.  Lest we not forget the Philadelphia-area activities of the obama Voter Intimidation Unit of the New Black Panthers organization! It's been said--in these comments--that "Clown Prince" obama will have 10,000 lawyers in each state ready to file suit to keep him on the throne toilet!!  So long as fabrication does not overtake logic, the "Clown Prince" should go down in flames on November Sixth!!
Til Nex'Time....



Friday, September 28, 2012

This'n'That; September Twenty-Eighth #1; Victims?

More Evidence Of Skewing; Non-Reporting
    Not only do the national pamphleteer corpse routinely skew polls toward a "Clown Prince" advantage, they also fail to report the negatives associated with the obama 2012 "Campaign of Fabrication."  The latest in said fabrications is the mis-characterization of the Governor Romney '47%'  comments.  Last Saturday, while admitting his regime spent the last four years destroying everything built before him, the "Clown Prince" said:
"We've always said in this campaign, change takes more than one term, one president, it takes more than one party."
"I don't see a lot of victims here today.  I seen hard-working Wisconsinites."   
Then Wednesday--at an Ohio venue--the "Clown Prince" verbalized the Stephanie Cutter authored mischaracterization of the Governor Romney '47%' comments, thus:
"I don't believe we can get very far with leaders who write off half the nation as a buch of victims, who never take responsibility for their own lives."
"I've got to tell you, as I travel around Ohio and as I look out on this crowd, I don't see any victims.  I see hard-working Ohioans."
    While Governor Romney DID refer to those '47-percenters' as "victims," the more salient point is:
'his campaign would not try to appeal to "47-percent of the people" who will vote for [the "Clown Prince"] "no matter what."
    In his campaign speeches of the past week, the "Clown Prince" is admitting there's no longer an American need for his brand of socio-fascism, which is entirely dependent upon a large number of the population seeing themselves as 'victims!'  With "Clown Prince" obama 'not seeing any victims' in either Wisconsin or Ohio, he not only can not promote his tenure as ruler, he no longer has ANY 'victims' for which to advocate.
'Splain to me again why YOU elected this Verdammte Arschloch!
Til Nex'Time....



Thursday, September 27, 2012

This'n'That; September Twenty-Seventh #2; Mitt-WTF!

Mitt? Oh, Mitt... Grow A Pair!!
   What'ta hell, ya doin'?!?  What's this surrogate walkin' back your proposal of a 20% reduction in federal income tax rates?!?
You--and YOU alone--are allowing the obamaliars--Stephanie Cutter, among others--to frame your narrative!!
I know that photo of obama on The View with his nuts-in-a-vice looks nice, pleasant, but hey Governor, if ya ever expect to win the most important U.S. presidential election in history....
Ya Gotta Grow A Pair!!!
Don't allow Ms Cutter to get a strangle-hold on yours!!
Til Nex'Time....



This'n'That; September Twenty-Seventh #1; Uplifting Analysis

Rush Does It Right!
    Yea, I'm as skewed to the far-right as the national pamphleteer corpse polling is skewed to the far-left!  Rush analyzes that skewing here.  To understand the 'skewing' one has to know the methodology used in a particular poll.  Most of the national pamphleteer corpse polling units do not reveal their methodology.  To see an examples of UNSKEWED polling, go here.

A Rush Limbaugh 'Pearl of Wisdom' September 25, 2012
Rush also discussed the "Clown Prince's" propensity for the omnipresent lie.
    Check out the photo composite below (from  How would you caption it?!? 
My caption is:
"How can I overcome three-and-a-half years of  failure?"
"What lie will work here?"
Voice your choices in the 'comments' section.
Til Nex'Time....



Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Midweek 'Report;' 09/26/2012

What The National Pamphleteers Don't Report:
Election Riots
by Tim Young,
Personal Liberty Digest
September 17, 2012
    Why bother running a billion-dollar campaign to have people actually vote on your policy positions when you can scare people both mentally and physically into keeping you in power?
Many tyrannies have done this throughout the years. If we look around the world today in countries like Iran, North Korea, Venezuela and Russia, we can see plenty of “questionable” elections.
One of the things I used to say a lot was “It’ll never happen here,” because I’m a patriot. I believe in America and the principles that this country was built on. But on top of being a patriot, I’m also a political scientist. Yes, I sat through a decade of college education to learn theories behind multiple forms of government and how people can be manipulated.
And when I see what has been going on in America over the past two years, my eyebrow more than raises. There have been many more efforts to thwart elections and manipulate the way we think than ever before.
Take Wisconsin, for instance. “How dare [....]

School Choice Would Limit CTU Power and
Free Children to Learn
by Lindsey Burke,
Huff-Puff via
September 14, 2012
Some 350,000 Chicago schoolchildren have spent the past few days either on the streets, sitting around empty school buildings, or at home. Their teachers, on strike at the behest of the Chicago Teachers Union, have been absent from classrooms that should have been filled with the noises of a bustling back-to-school season.
Notably, tens of thousands of their public charter school peers were in class this week, spared being in the crossfire of an education fight that has to do with everything but education. Their non-unionized teachers have been on the job, hard at work.
Yet self-interested union bosses have demanded an accountability-free [....];utm_campaign=EdReview

How Republics Fall
The Fourth Estate’s degrading hero worship trivializes an election.
by Michael Knox Beran,
September 17, 2012
    The weird ecstasy of the media-political complex at the convention in Charlotte last month was the first sign that its attachment to President Obama, always fawning, had become morbid.  In spite of the anemic economy and a real unemployment rate above 11 percent, the high priests of pontificating liberalism were giddy with euphoria. The Democrats “put on a nearly flawless convention,” Paul Begala opined, and it was soon all but incontrovertibly established that, come November, the president — beautiful, magical, and lovable as he was — would vanquish his boring opponent.
    The media savants sympathized with the delirium of Charlotte because they worship at the same altar and feed at the same trough. Two and a half centuries ago Edmund Burke said the reporters’ gallery in Parliament was an estate “more important far than” the other three put together. Today America’s Fourth Estate is not merely predisposed, as it has been for generations, to favor a particular political party: It is deeply engaged in the hero worship of a particular political leader.  The closeness of [....]

Entrepreneurship Real Key to Success
    I had the honor and pleasure to speak at the second annual Constitution Day event in Las Vegas on Saturday and came away inspired but also depressed. Several local speakers told wonderful stories about America and living their dreams.
Dolly from the Philippines came to America thirty years ago seeking the dream. Dismissing the victimization rhetoric she heard in college about all the obstacles for women she focused on all the opportunities for everyone.
John became an American citizen last year and also borrowed $4,500 from a friend to open a printing shop. Not only did people tell him opening a business was bad but it was a recession and it was printing. Well, he has hired five workers and his business is growing. I hear smarty pants journalists and politicians mock Mitt Romney for saying "borrow money and start a business" as if it's impossible. People waste a lot of money on things they don't need and if there is a willingness to make small sacrifices then it's possible to start a business.
Pietro left Italy forty years ago, landing first in Canada but always wanting to be an American. He got a chance to live in Minneapolis but decided it was too cold and packed up the family for Vegas - a couple decades before it became a boomtown. He worked hard and now owns a restaurant. His English is still broken but when he said he felt sorry for people born in America because they don't realize how good they have it, I understood completely.  There are so many [....]

Morning Bell: Time for a True Opportunity Agenda
Occupy Wall Street’s pathetic first birthday last week confirmed that the longstanding reports of the movement’s death have not, in fact, been exaggerated. So why are we keeping it alive by talking incessantly about income inequality instead of focusing on what really matters — opportunity and upward mobility?
All this huffing and puffing about widening income gaps — coupled with strident calls for wealth redistribution — detracts from the urgent need to shore up our threatened American Dream and develop an opportunity agenda. The nation’s attention should be squarely focused on expanding everyone’s prospects — especially those at the bottom who most need a hand up and a way out.
What matters is not how much more those at the top earn in relation to those at the bottom — they are, after all, not in competition with one another — but rather the real needs of those at the bottom and the opportunities for advancement available to all Americans. And while government “spreading the wealth around” would surely equalize outcomes — the Left’s Dream — it would neither address the real causes of poverty nor expand the real opportunities and earned successes that define the American Dream.
A new Heritage report defends the American Dream from liberalism’s misguided attempts to redefine it along statist and egalitarian lines and explains why income inequality is not an obstacle to advancement in the United States. What really matters — and continues by and large to thrive — is upward mobility.
Rather than focus on those at the top of the ladder we should be concerned about the hurdles that threaten those struggling to achieve [....]

Obama Incites Middle East toward Chaos and Murder
by Sher Zieve,
September 23, 2012
If you plan to vote for Obama in the 2012 elections, you have identified yourself as being in favor of ending the United States of America and of willingly accepting your position as one of Obama’s slaves.
Observation: I suppose you can aspire to being one of his House Slaves.
You will, also, be voting for the Obama syndicate’s dictatorship over you, your family’s and all of your yet-to-be-born (if you will even be allowed to procreate at all) progeny. For Seniors, your fate is already sealed if Obama retains the Office of the Presidency of the US. He has already stolen $716 Billions from Medicare in order to finance his ObamaCare…which is designed to build his empire out of his newly-formed population of financial and religious (soon-to-be Islam only) slaves.
You didn’t think Team Obama was really planning to provide you with healthcare…did you? Heck, he has a 15-member non-healthcare/non-financially savvy Death Panel which is now poised to say who may live and who must die. Not an exaggeration, folks. Have you actually read the passed-by-the-Democrat-Congress-against-our-will ObamaCare? By the way, for you liberals/leftists in the crowd—you don’t believe that you will be saved do you? If you do, welcome to the Obama Surprise [....]

Obama on the Middle East
Where is the president’s partisan snarling when we need it?
by Victor Davis Hanson,
September 18, 2012 
    The last three and a half years, Barack Obama has gone out of his way to bow, apologize, contextualize, and scapegoat in order to win Middle Eastern affection. Yet, his reset, “Bush did it” policy is now in shambles, and he apparently has nothing with which to replace it.
So I have a modest suggestion. Obama has a formidable arsenal of invective that he has unleashed against conservatives, Republicans, and just about anyone else on the domestic scene he doesn’t like. Why, then, not redeploy these fire-in-the-belly attacks against those who kill Americans abroad?
    All Obama has to do is imagine that the mobs in the Middle East are not misunderstood Muslims — who overreacted a bit to an offensive American video — but rather suspect conservatives and opponents of progressive thought. Then, mutatis mutandis, Obama might get fired up and level a much-needed warning.
If he did, it might go like this: [....]

Obama’s Bungled Mideast Policy
The president’s mistaken assumptions are producing tragic results.
by Michael Barone,
September 17, 2012
    In Libya, U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three colleagues were murdered Tuesday. Earlier that day, protesters in Egypt stormed the U.S. embassy and tore down the American flag.
It was “the day the roof fell in,” proclaimed blogger and historian Walter Russell Mead. Barack Obama’s “efforts to reconcile the U.S. and moderate Islamism — in part by distancing the U.S. from Israel — have angered Israel without reducing Islamist bitterness against the United States.”
In other words, his Middle East policies are in shambles. His assumption that a president “who doesn’t look like other presidents” would endear America to Arabs has been proven wrong.
So have other assumptions. Like the idea that Iran’s mullah regime would negotiate with us if we uttered soothing words and turned a cold eye on Iranian dissidents, as Obama did in June 2009. And the idea that creating distance between the United States and Israel would lead to [....]

Occupy Wall Street Should Apologize to Libya
by John Ransom,
September 18, 2012
    Hundreds of kids, retirees and union knockabouts showed up on Wall Street yesterday to celebrate a movement that is famous more for what it isn’t than what it is. Judging by the numbers and the shrug with which Occupy Wall Street protestors were greeted on Monday, the group that claims to represent the 99 percent is suffering from a severe identity crisis. Maybe the Guy Fawkes masks they wore were the first clue that they had no idea what or who they really were. They likely had no idea who Fawkes really was. Fawkes tried, but failed, to blow up the English Parliament.
    The OWS protests petered out last year amidst disease, disagreements, crime, fist fights and the sudden realization that worldwide global warming was gonna result in a very long and very cold winter on the protest line. Indoor plumbing, the protestors decided, was probably a great thing when temperatures dipped below freezing. Plus, playing [....]

Political Cartoons by Henry Payne
by Henry Payne, September 16, 2012;

Romney Will be Judged on Actions, Not Coverage
by Byron York,
September 17, 2012
    Salena Zito, a reporter with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, watched Mitt Romney's Wednesday morning news conference from a diner in Wisconsin. Customers paid careful attention to the TV as reporters repeatedly asked Romney if he had made a mistake by criticizing President Obama's handling of the embassy crises in Egypt and Libya. The exchanges left no doubt that Romney's questioners thought he had made a mess of the situation.
     But Zito found an entirely different reaction in the diner. "People were just floored by the press," she says. "The group was pretty mixed between Obama supporters and Romney supporters, and even the Obama supporters were astonished by how they felt the press was driving the story. One guy said, 'My God, six out of seven questions were the same question.' Another guy said, 'Why aren't they asking him anything serious?'" What Zito saw was entirely anecdotal; maybe she just found a group of people who coincidentally thought the same thing. But the reactions at the diner raise a question: There's a near-consensus among the political class that Romney made a disastrous error in the embassy matter. But what do actual voters think?
     It's too early to [....]

Commentary: The mainstream media polls are skewed for a reason
by Dean Chambers,
August 8, 2012
    This is not at all a conspiracy theory. I don't do conspiracy theories. This is a very well designed, well planned and they hope, brilliantly executed plan to help President Obama win a second term. The mainstream media has no intentions of sitting on the sidelines and merely objectively reporting the news of the election contest while watching Barack Obama become another Jimmy Carter. They will create the perception, via skewed polls, that Obama is winning and then hope the campaign can take advantage of this perception and steal enough votes to actually win the election. Then the perception, and the polls, will validate the stolen election and make it look all so plausible and realistic. If you don't believe they are doing this, then ask yourself how a president who is doing worse economically than Jimmy Carter was can somehow be reelected?
    There are two major components to the mainstream media strategy to get Obama reelected. The most well known of the two is the coverage of the campaign. The Media Research Center recently documented that Romney got 86 percent negative coverage during his trip to England, Israel and Poland last week. Former CBS producer Bernard Goldberg has [....]

Sheldon Adelson: Inside the mind of the mega-donor
by Mike Allen,
September 23, 2012
LAS VEGAS — At the Republican National Convention in Tampa last month, casino magnate Sheldon Adelson got high-fives from strangers; entertained Karl Rove, Rudy Giuliani and George Pataki in his well-stocked luxury box; ate dinner with House Speaker John Boehner; and had a private meeting with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
Last week, Adelson got a front-row seat — and a shout-out from Mitt Romney — at a $1 million campaign fundraiser at a Vegas casino. Paul Ryan held a private meeting with Adelson four days after being named Romney’s running mate.
    Worth just over $21 billion and now in the cross hairs of the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission, Adelson has made history: He is the first person to spend $70 million to sway a presidential election, and he plans to spend more — perhaps as much as $100 million — by Election Day. An estimated $20 million to $30 million of the giving went to groups that do not disclose their donors and had not been reported before.
Adelson (pronounced ADDLE-son) is the dominant [....]

Two Democratic pollsters confirm major polls skewed against Mitt Romney
by Dean Chambers,
August 6, 2012
On the Fox News segment “Campaign Insiders” today, Democratic pollsters Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen both confirmed their belief that major polls are skewed in favor of the Democrats by over-sampling of Democratic voters when the surveys are conducted.
The Campaign Insiders segment is co-hosted on the Fox News Channel weekly on Sundays and Monday by Doug Schoen, Pat Caddell, and former New York Republican Congressman John LeBoutillier.
Last week's Pew poll shows a ten point lead for President Obama, 51 percent to 41 percent, and the last Democracy Corps poll showing a 50 to 46 Obama lead. LeBoutillier said of the two polls, “in both polls, suddenly the president is at the magic 50 percent of above, which he has not been at really all [....]
Until The Sunday Report.....