By Judi McLeod Monday, April 7, 2014
Beware ‘Astroturf Guy’ David Axelrod
Sen. Ted Cruz calls out ‘career politicians’ in both parties for putting politics before the people
GlennBeck.com ^ | Wednesday, Mar 12, 2014
Posted on Sunday, March 16, 2014 4:50:15 PM by SoConPubbie
Sen. Ted Cruz calls out ‘career politicians’ in both parties for putting politics before the people
Wednesday, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:59 AM EDT
By Arnold Ahlert Tuesday, March 4, 2014
While conservatives are divided on the political path forward, Democrats are showing themselves to be united in a war against the Republican Party—with one-party rule for America as the endgame.
One need only look to the political priorities Democratic lawmakers have recently adopted to gauge this reality. Led by the Obama administration, a party hijacked by far-left radicals is determined to pass comprehensive immigration reform, prevent the passage of election integrity laws, and use the IRS as a billy club to suppress free speech.
New York City: A Pay More, Get Less Sinkhole….. “New York’s dishonest governor, Andrew Cuomo, has made it eminently clear that there is no place for pro-life voters, or gun owners, in his sorry excuse for a state.”
New York City: A Pay More, Get Less Sinkhole
American Thinker ^ | 2/15/14 | William Levinson
Posted on Saturday, February 15, 2014 2:16:38 PM by Winged Hussar
New York’s dishonest governor, Andrew Cuomo, has made it eminently clear that there is no place for pro-life voters, or gun owners, in his sorry excuse for a state. This, along with the resounding failure of even moderate Democrats to distance themselves from this individual, shows there is no place for gun owners, Catholics, Orthodox Jews, or Evangelical Christians in the Democratic Party.
By Neil W. McCabe Thursday, February 13, 2014
One year after committing himself and his speakership to reducing the federal budget deficit, Rep. John A. Boehner (R.-Ohio) delivered to President Barack Obama and the Democrats a one-year hall pass that will suspend the debt ceiling until 2015.
The vote was 221 to 201 with 28 Republicans, like Boehner and his merry band of hacks, voting alongside their BFF’s across the aisle.
Members of the House GOP leadership had set the table for a small fight with the Democrats by tying the increase in the debt ceiling to the restoration of cuts in military pensions—hardly the stuff of heroic last stands. But, if anything, it was a rejection of the cuts called for and defended by the Republican leadership, specifically, House Budget Chairman Paul D. Ryan (R.-Wis.).
A too-early look at the 2016 presidential race: Bet on a dark horse
Townhall.com ^ | February 12, 2014 | Jonah Goldberg
Posted on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 9:26:40 AM by Kaslin
Of course it’s too early to talk about 2016. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way …
The most interesting dynamic about the presidential race so far is that the Democrats are behaving like Republicans — and vice versa.
Since 1940, with the arguable exception of Barry Goldwater, Republicans have nominated the guy next in line. Thomas Dewey almost beat Wendell Willkie for the nomination in 1940, so in 1944 — and 1948 — it was his turn.
Dwight Eisenhower, whom both parties wanted as their nominee, was a special case, given that whole invading-Europe-and-defeating-Hitler thing.
(Col Sellin) ~ Amnesty: Politicians Put Their Mouth Where Their Money Is, by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD…Family Security Matters
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Amnesty: Politicians Put Their Mouth Where Their Money Is
by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD February 7, 2014
News Flash – Republicans and Democrats do not work for the American people.
For the most part, the US government is a racket, a service that is fraudulently offered to solve a problem that may not exist, would not be affected if it did exist, or only exists due to the actions of government itself.
American politicians exploit the racket to run a swindle, taking money or property from someone by using lies or tricks.
One could successfully argue that many of those operating within our present political environment are in violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961-1968) enacted into law on October 15, 1970.
In general, Republicans and Democrats con voters into giving them the power to use the voters’ own money (taxes) for the purpose of rewarding themselves and the wealthy donors, who fund their political campaigns and provide them with post-government employment.
By Coach Dave Daubenmire
February 6, 2014
I am sure that I am not the only one who is sick of what is going on in Washington D.C. My fellow writer Devvy Kidd likes to call it the District of Criminals.
5 People and Groups Abused By the Government For Opposing Obama
Townhall.com ^ | February 4, 2014 | John Hawkins
Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2014 8:26:29 AM by Kaslin
It\’s not happenstance or coincidence that Obama and his administration are illegally using neutral government agencies to go after their political adversaries.
A Beat-up, Exhausted, and Terrified Republican Establishment
Posted on Monday, February 03, 2014 7:57:46 AM by Sir Napsalot
On almost every contemporary issue there is a populist, middle-class argument to be made against elite liberalism. Yet the Republican class in charge seems ossified in its inability to make a counter-argument for the middle class.
Never has the liberal agenda been so vulnerable, a logical development when bad ideas have had five years to prove themselves as very bad ideas.
When Obama is all done he will have taken high presidential popularity ratings, a supermajority in the Senate, and a large margin in the House and lost them all — if only the Republicans can make an adequate case that they represent the middle class, the Democrats only the very wealthy and the very dependent.
Never mind sending your tired and your poor, Democrats just want your money!
Coach is Right ^ | 2/2/14 | Suzanne Eovaldi
Posted on Sunday, February 02, 2014 11:30:43 AM by Oldpuppymax
Harry Reid and his Democrat Senate Campaign Committee (DSCC) are launching all out send me some money pleas to combat those old meanies, the Koch Brothers who “have already severely outspent the Democrats” in six battleground states that hold the key to a Senate takeover in November.
By John Lillpop Saturday, February 1, 2014
As the Republican party continues to abandon the American people by morphing into a far-left wing of the Democrat Party on issues like immigration, many important questions about illegals are not being asked, to the potential detriment of American citizens.
For example, conventional wisdom(?) is that there are 11 million illegals in America. That number has been bandied about for years, with little or no substantiation.
EXCLUSIVE – TED CRUZ: HOUSE GOP\’S AMNESTY PUSH WILL RUIN HOPES OF RETAKING SENATE
Breitbart ^ | 30 Jan 2014 | MATTHEW BOYLE
Posted on Thursday, January 30, 2014 2:15:15 PM by mandaladon
Cruz: GOP should seek spending reforms before raising debt ceiling
CBSNews.com ^ | January 26, 2014, 2: 16 PM | Rebecca Kaplan /
Posted on Monday, January 27, 2014 12:13:13 PM by SoConPubbie
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Republicans should use the upcoming debt limit fight to look for more ways to cut spending even as top Democrats are predicting the GOP won’t follow his lead.
By Tim Dunkin Friday, January 24, 2014
even if most of them have enough sense not to give voice to them except among themselves. While commenting about “extreme conservatives,” i.e. normal Americans who don’t hold the same radical, far-left views as Cuomo does, he said this,
Schumer seeks to poison Tea Party (are they worried??)
thehill.com ^ | 1/23/14 | Alexander Bolton
Posted on Thursday, January 23, 2014 9:30:45 AM by cotton1706
Schumer, one of the Democrats’ most influential strategists, will argue in a major speech on Thursday that super-wealthy Tea Party donors have hijacked the grassroots movement that grew out of the economic anxiety of the 2008 financial collapse to suit their pro-big business agenda.
He’ll lay out a blueprint for how Democrats can exploit what he argues is a weakness in the opposition in the address at the Center for American Progress, a pro-Democratic think tank founded by John Podesta, who just joined President Obama’s inner circle at the White House.
Schumer will argue that Democrats must defend popular government programs such as extended unemployment benefits and student loan subsidies to persuade Tea Party voters that they can benefit from federal programs.
A more meaningful index than “income inequality”—it implies that income equality is the thing to strive for, heaven help us!—would be the correlation between the increasing balance sheets of the central banks of the world and so-called increasing wealth discrepancies.
Conservatives rarely argue the morality of capitalism and individual liberty. If they do debate, it is about the utility of freedom to the common good. The entire impetus of Republican-Party operatives is to keep up with the issues the Democrats introduce to distract from the destructive effects of galloping statism.
So if the latter decry “income inequality,” the former affirm that they too worry themselves sick over whatever it is the Democrats are droning on about.
No matter how hard the Democrats wish it weren’t so, Christie is finished he won’t get the GOP nod | Coach is Right
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
This is disgusting and heartbreaking. Nevertheless, this scandal, as everything else that happens is being reported and viewed only in terms of the politics of its nature. Because of this fact Christie’s White House dream is over.
For the Democrats, this scandal is a serious blow. They had so hoped that Christie would be the Republicans nominee in 2016, but alas that is over now.
In a reflexive response The Atlantic’s David Graham is reassuring everyone who will listen that “rumors of Chris Christie’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.” Really? How interesting. The Atlantic is wrong and here’s why.
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
Monday, without comment (because he could not make a coherent one), Chief Justice John Roberts denied a request by the Association of American Physicians & Surgeons and the Alliance for Natural Health USA for a stay in the implementation of Obamacare.
The groups had made their application last Friday arguing that since the bill had been declared a tax by the Supreme Court with Justice Roberts himself the deciding vote, and it had originated in the Senate where the Constitution says revenue bills may not originate, the law was therefore unconstitutional and implementation of Obamacare should at least be stayed pending further examination.
3 Basic Differences Between Conservatism and Neoconservatism
PJ Lifestyle ^ | December 27, 2013 – 9:00 am | Dave Swindle
Posted on Saturday, December 28, 2013 7:51:25 AM by Olog-hai
… There are a number of differences between conservatives operating in the William F. Buckley Jr./Ronald Reagan tradition and neoconservatives operating in the Irving Kristol/George W. Bush tradition. Here are three, and I’ll use Kristol’s own words to explain it.*
Neoconservatives believe the GOP should be converted to embrace a “modern democracy,” aka a welfare state in the mold of FDR and the Great Society. Neoconservatives don’t want to disassemble the federal government in order to rebalance divided powers between federal, state, and local governments; they just think they can pilot Leviathan better than the Democrats.
Enemy of the Year 2013… “… He’s managed to deprive the U.S. even of this last bit of suspense. His one expressed hope is that we will honor precedent and defer our call until after the 2014 elections, as if …”
Enemy of the Year 2013
The American Spectator ^ | 12-27-13 | Enemy Central
Posted on Friday, December 27, 2013 6:23:08 AM by afraidfortherepublic
Close your eyes and guess real, real hard.
We all know who he is, he knows damn well we know, at some level he actually agrees. Self-pity is the only thing he still has going for him.
He’s managed to deprive the U.S. even of this last bit of suspense. His one expressed hope is that we will honor precedent and defer our call until after the 2014 elections, as if that would change anything. As he sees it, if he repeats as Enemy of the Year a year from now, it at least won’t be recorded as a twofer.
Always a doggedly slow learner, he’s begun to appreciate the false allure of re-election success.
Why I Hate Republicans (Including Tea Partiers), Even More Than I Hate Democrats ~ Servando Gonzalez – historian, semiotician, writer, political satirist, intelligence analyst
First of all let me make it clear that, as one of my friends put it, I am an equal opportunity offender. The reason for this is because I have never seen much difference between Republicans and Democrats.
To me, both parties are actually the two sides of the same counterfeited coin. That’s why many years ago I began calling it the Repucratic Party — the true and only Communo-fascist party in the coming totalitarian America.
By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Sunday, December 8, 2013
Psychological projection was described by Sigmund Freud as an immature “defense mechanism in which a person unconsciously rejects his or her own unacceptable attributes by ascribing them to objects or persons in the outside world.” (Sigmund Freud, Case Histories II, p. 132)
So it is that Democracy for America, the progressive organizational arm of the Democrat Party, agitating their voting constituents against the rest of the country, has sent out a memo, accusing Republicans of waging a War on Christmas – “Well, this year there is a real ‘War on Christmas;’ and it’s not being waged by the ACLU or the Democratic (sic) Party.”
By Neil W. McCabe Wednesday, December 4, 2013
The House Republican leadership with its Dec. 3 vote to extend the ban on “undetectable” guns proved again it excels at political cowardice and betrayal of conservatives.
Do not bother looking for the roll call of the yeas and nays on the vote, the GOP leaders, working with Democrats, suspended the rules and passed the measure with a voice vote—with maybe 15 actual congressmen on the House floor.
I Think This Behavior Will Come Back and Bite the Democrats
Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | November 22, 2013 | Rush Limbaugh
Posted on Friday, November 22, 2013 10:07:56 PM by Kaslin
RUSH: I want to tell you something else. This is going to incur the wrath of several of my friends who are gonna accuse me of having my head in the sand. All I can do is share with you what\’s in my heart. This stuff that the Democrats are pulling here, all of it, the filibuster, Obamacare, all of this stuff, I have to tell you, I\’m an optimistic person and I have faith, and I may even be a little Pollyannish at times, and I understand that you have to make things happen. You just can\’t sit around and wait for \’em to happen, but I\’m telling you, I think all of this is gonna come back and haunt these people.
New GOP strategy on ObamaCare: Let it burn
Posted on Thursday, November 21, 2013 10:38:13 AM by Hotlanta Mike
After the government shutdown over ObamaCare fizzled in mid-October, people wondered whether the GOP would try the same strategy again in early 2014 to force an end to the ACA. The Hill reports that the House and Senate Republican caucuses are now united in dumping that strategy.
Well of course they are. That\’s a foregone conclusion; not even a fit subject for intelligent debate any more. Oh, it\’s a little more sophisticated now than in the days of the old Tennessee custom of a Mason jar of moonshine, or the Chicago precinct captain\’s distribution of \”walking around money.\” But the practice is alive and well, and more pervasive than ever. The evidence is everywhere if we choose to look.
Why do you think there is such a push to eliminate citizenship ID as a requirement to vote? Why do you think there is such a push to grant voting rights to illegal aliens?
Judge Andrew Napolitano: House Sources Say John Boehner Is About To Lose His Speakership Over Gov’t Shutdown Surrender | Right Wing News
Written By : John Hawkins
October 21, 2013
“I’m going to make a wild prediction, The next time there is a dispute of this magnitude, which will be February, a different person will be the Speaker of the House of Representatives.” — Andrew Napolitano
Three Points of Poltical Power
POLITISITE ^ | 17 October 2013 | Colonel Steven B. Vitali USMC (Ret)
Posted on Thursday, October 17, 2013 4:18:14 PM by Col Vit
This is the same old sports event witnessed each year with similar results of mainstream Republican moderates showing no fight as they stampede to the gates of capitulation before the feet of the almighty President Obama and Senator Reid.
Posted on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 1:07:32 PM by Nachum
RUSH: I want to go back to the lady on the phone who says this doesn’t feel right. What’s happening here to the country just doesn’t feel right.
You know what’s happened here? You know what this feels like, folks? I’ll tell you exactly what it feels like to me. You tell me if this isn’t close.
It feels like we’ve lost a war to a communist country. It’s almost like there’s been a coup. There’s been a peaceful coup.
The media has led this coup, and the Democrats have taken over with popular support. We’re getting policies and implementations and things that were never, ever part of this country’s design and founding. (via Daily Rushbo)
Liberalism vs. Conservatism – What Difference Does It Make?… “More and more, conservatism is being voiced by the people who lean more to the libertarian side of the political spectrum. Many of us want nothing more than to be simply left alone. We do not desire the government to be in our homes or in our lives and we see much of the federal government as an unneeded and unwanted intrusion into our personal lives. “
Political Realities ^ | 10/10/13 | LD Jackson
Posted on Thursday, October 10, 2013 6:44:04 AM by LD Jackson
There is a great divide in America. On one side, you have liberalism, voiced by a group of progressive Democrats that believe in greater government control of almost every aspect of our daily lives. On the other, there is conservatism.
More and more, conservatism is being voiced by the people who lean more to the libertarian side of the political spectrum. Many of us want nothing more than to be simply left alone. We do not desire the government to be in our homes or in our lives and we see much of the federal government as an unneeded and unwanted intrusion into our personal lives.
By Alan Caruba Sunday, September 29, 2013
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I have been trying to remember when there was so much anger between the Democrats and Republicans. Or maybe I should say between liberals and conservatives? Or maybe I should say between the Tea Party and the Republican Party? Or maybe I should say those who find the President of the United States a contemptible liar who has diminished a once great superpower to an object of disrespect?
Washington Times ^ | Sept 25, 2013 | by Al Maurer
Posted on Thursday, September 26, 2013 2:42:50 AM by Jim Robinson
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., September 25, 2013 — While Republicans and Democrats alike excoriate Texas Senator Ted Cruz for his filibuster, everyone, including establishment media, miss the truth. It is neither Cruz nor House Republicans who are threatening to shut down the government over funding for Obamacare.
Republicans Have No Clue Who Their Enemy Really Is….. “Soon after his marathon speech on the floor of the Senate ended, Ted Cruz granted an interview to Rush Limbaugh. I want to use a quote from that interview that speaks volumes. Thanks to The Lonely Conservative for the quote. CRUZ: I will tell you the single biggest surprise in arriving to the Senate is the defeatist attitude here. I mean, we don’t even talk about how to win a fight. There’s no discussion. We talk about, “Hey, let’s get a show vote so we can go tell our constituents we’re doing something.” But I promise you, Rush, if you had to sit through one Senate lunch, you’d be in therapy for a month….”
Political Realities ^ | 09/26/13 | LD Jackson
Posted on Thursday, September 26, 2013 6:49:31 AM by LD Jackson
I’ve never been someone who constantly calls for a third-party in our political system. I have long-held the opinion that a third-party would be able to get very little done, simply because the Democrats and Republicans are so entrenched in the system.
I’m still not there yet, but there is something that I need to get off my chest. Why does our party insist on eating its own?
(Col Sellin) Only rebellion can save America….. | New York Daily Sun – The Trusted New York Daily Broadsheet | DICK.GAINES: AMERICAN! ~ THE LONE BLOGGER ! | DICK.GAINES: AMERICAN! ~ LONE BLOGGER…
The Republican Party is inept and impotent and cannot provide the necessary political opposition to the crimes and unconstitutional policies of the Obama regime or stand against the rampant voter fraud which is now polluting the electoral process.
“It is a complete humiliation for the Obama administration,” Krauthammer said on Fox News. “Forget about the merits of what Obama wants to do which I think it’s a bad idea. But let’s assume it’s a good idea. This involves the elementary conduct of international diplomacy, trying to get some allies aboard so you don’t act unilaterally.
“So who’s the main ally in the world who’s been with us in every trench for the last 100 years? The British. And now the British have voted against us,” Krauthammer continued. “The other supposed ally was the French, President Hollande, and now he’s saying we got to wait for the report from the U.N. inspectors which will be early next week.”
In the late 1990s, a single technology company became so unfathomably rich and powerful–and so hellbent on dominating not just its own industry but a massive and rapidly growing new one–that the U.S. government dragged the company into court and threatened to break it up over anti-trust violations.
That’s not at all what happened.
What happened was Bill Gates wasn’t making political donations, and the Democrats dragged him in by the short hairs and taught him the error of his ways.
Will Republicans continue to sanction the lawlessness of Barack Obama?
coachisright.com ^ | JULY 11TH, 2013 | Doug Book, editor
Posted on Thursday, July 11, 2013 11:02:49 AM by jmaroneps37
Last Tuesday, Barack Obama decided that enforcement of the employer mandate, one of the key provisions of his namesake ObamaCare legislation, would be delayed for one full year, until January of 2015.
Three days later, a couple of reporters discovered in a 600 page document dump that anyone enrolling at an ObamaCare exchange would be permitted to provide personal information according to the “honor system.” No verification of income, employment or current availability of health insurance would be necessary.
Apparently Barack had acquired a profound faith in the American people completely unknown to any of his far-left associates.
The media is portraying these “sudden” acknowledgements of the unworkability of the Affordable Care Act as a simple show of kindness and thoughtful consideration on the part of their White House hero.
Barack was giving big business a break with his surprise delay of an employer mandate which would have levied heavy fines on any company which had not insured its workforce. The complexity of ObamaCare and its monthly reporting demands were just too much for the likes of U.S. Steel and Exxon Mobil to digest over only a three year period!
And quite by coincidence, without the mandatory monthly employee reports which ObamaCare had demanded the nations’ employers provide via the employer mandate, information necessary to the proper enrollment of individuals into the Affordable Care Act would just not be available.
No way to verify income, employment or whether John Doe and his family had healthcare coverage at work.
Anyone skeptical of the intentions of a Democrat Party which had to pass ObamaCare into law before interested folks could find out what was in it, might suggest that much if not all of this had been planned for months. What exactly has the president done?…
Obama Administration Used Alinsky Tactics & IRS To Ensure Tea Party Was Not a Factor in 2012
Gateway Pundit ^ | May 10, 2013 | Jim Hoft
Posted on Saturday, May 11, 2013 1:52:40 AM by 2ndDivisionVet
Alinsky Rule #13: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”
In 2010 Republicans thundered into the majority in the House of Representatives, making historic gains by a proportion not seen in more than 70 years. The party won more than 60 seats. This was completely due to the enthusiasm of the Tea Party movement in response to the overreach of the Democratic leaders.
Online sales tax set to pass in Senate [Media Yawns at Democrats Increasing the Cost of Living]
CBS ^ | 5/6/13
Posted on Monday, May 06, 2013 9:50:55 AM by SoFloFreeper
The Marketplace Fairness Act, which easily cleared a set of procedural Senate votes in recent weeks, wouldn’t technically impose any new taxes. Instead, it would give state governments the ability to collect Internet sales taxes from businesses headquartered outside of their respective state borders — taxes that are technically already owed. Consumers are expected to declare those taxes on their state income tax returns but often don’t.
Should the US Switch to a Parliamentary System? (This Question Hasn’t Been Asked Since Jimmy Carter) Pacific Standard Magazine ^ | April 9, 2013 | Seth Masket
Posted on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 9:28:06 PM by DogByte6RER
Institutions Worthy of Our Parties: Should the U.S. Switch to a Parliamentary System?
Efforts to curb legislative partisanship have weak track records, so maybe we should consider changing the other side of the equation in order to establish a government that can actually get things done.
Rick Hasen has a really interesting paper up discussing partisan polarization and the possibility of changing the Constitution to deal with it. (And you should really read Jonathan Bernstein’s response, too.) Hasen starts off by asking whether we should be considering moving toward a more parliamentary style of government.
It’s a fair question. We have what looks like a serious mismatch between our parties and our governing institutions. We live in an era of sharply distinct, internally disciplined, programmatic parties with very different visions of how the nation should be run. That’s fine—we have some time-honored institutions, such as elections and majority-rule legislatures, for settling disagreements, even when the disagreements are sharp.
And that is in any mid-term, not just in the more onerous second mid-terms.
But President Obama has decided to defy that history. He has decided not to try to govern with the Republican House majority, but to devote the next 18 months to political posturing and framing the issues so negatively against the Republicans that America would rally to give Obama total control of the government in November 2014, with a restored Democrat majority in the House as well, leaving no check on Obama’s power at all.
That is because President Obama’s goal is the radical transformation of America from the world’s leading capitalist state, the freest, most prosperous, and mightiest in history, into just another socialist third world country.
But he knows he can’t do that with the Republican House majority elected in 2010 precisely to stop his socialist agenda. For that radical, socialist transformation, reflecting what the Democratic Party and their party controlled media lapdogs are really all about, he needs total control of Congress. For that he needs, effectively, a socialist, one-party state, which is actually what he is after in defying history, and seeking a restored Democrat House majority.
We Don’t Want Gentle Republicans… “In the face of the America-destroying policies of this enemy-within horde of criminal thugs under the crook-in-chief, Barack Obama (or whatever his name is), I would think the Republicans would be brave enough—at least for America’s sake—to leave their mealy mouths at the door and tell it like it is”
We Don’t Want Gentle Republicans
scottfactor.com ^ | 03/21/2013 | Gina Miller
Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2013 7:53:25 AM by scottfactor
Polite, gentle Republicans are wearisome. In the face of the America-destroying policies of this enemy-within horde of criminal thugs under the crook-in-chief, Barack Obama (or whatever his name is), I would think the Republicans would be brave enough—at least for America’s sake—to leave their mealy mouths at the door and tell it like it is. But, with very few exceptions, they continue to pussy-foot around the outrageous actions and brazen lies of the oligarchy of communist Democrats ruling our nation.
We are sick of watching the “opposition” Republicans stand meekly by and let the Democrats get away with lie after atrocious lie. It happened again on Tuesday in the wake of the terrible explosion on Monday night at the Hawthorne Army Depot in Nevada that killed seven of our precious Marines.
Amazon.com: Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder: Savage Solutions (9781595550439): Michael Savage: Books
Love him or hate him, Dr. Savage is certainly an interesting and compelling writer. He’s back once again touting his “borders, language and culture” mantra from the previous books. This is supposedly the final of this series.
The new spin this time takes his assault on liberalism to its ultimate and logical conclusion, asserting that extreme liberalism is in fact a mental disease–one in which logic no longer prevails yet emotion runs rampant.
The useful morons, as he calls them, flock like lemmings behind ideas that simply cannot work. He goes on to prove his points by citing hundreds of specific examples based upon remarkably well-founded research (the guy is an actual scientist after all).
It’s nice to see a little substance behind the political commentary.
He doesn’t just slam the left, as you might expect from the title, however. His vitriol takes a stab at the current administration’s handling of homeland security in general and our country’s borders in particular.
Savage’s fiery witticisms such as “more Pattons (i.e., the general) and less patent leather,” “one dirty bomb ruining your whole day,” and “oil for illegals” aren’t really as funny as he thinks they are and frankly got pretty annoying after a while. Regardless, the underlying message is pretty well-written, consistent, and insightful.
Are All Democrats, Politicians and Their Voters, Marxists?… “I know of no Democrat in Congress, or any state legislature, that has stood up in the last few years and defended the Constitution, as written by our founders. Are there no Americans left in the Democrat Party?”
Diane FeinsteinThis past week the Senate Judiciary Committee passed Sen. Diane Feinstein’s gun control measure that outlaws more than 150 different firearms by a strictly party line (10-8) vote, despite a 2nd Amendment that clearly says “shall not be infringed”.
It doesn’t say “some firearms can be infringed”, or “some magazines can be infringed”; it says “shall not be infringed”. State legislatures in California, Illinois, New York, and now Colorado have all passed some sort of gun control measures that clearly go against the Constitution, the 2nd Amendment, and the intentions of our Founding Fathers.
I often wonder what happened to the “Blue Dog Democrats” who were so vocal and so visible during the TEA Party rallies in 2009/2010. Where have these “champions of freedom” in the Democrat Party gone?
When their re-election was in danger they were more than happy to stand up and deny any support of Democrat Party Marxism. Now??? Crickets!!!!
What Lies Beneath… “It is a known fact that the policies of the government today, whether Republican or Democrat are closer to the 1932 platform of the Communist Party than they are to either of their own party platforms in that critical year.”
The Event ^ | 03/09/2013 | Jay Pounder
Posted on Saturday, March 09, 2013 8:50:32 PM by jaypounder
What lies beneath… “It is a known fact that the policies of the government today, whether Republican or Democrat are closer to the 1932 platform of the Communist Party than they are to either of their own party platforms in that critical year.”
As we are watching the nation rip itself to shreds over a 2.3% cut in the over spending of money that we don’t have, I hope that you my reader are asking yourself… why. Why is there so much controversy over such a small cut?
President Obama’s sequester strategy: Divide and conquer
Posted on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 11:30:10 AM by Sub-Driver
President Obama’s sequester strategy: Divide and conquer By: Carrie Budoff Brown February 26, 2013 04:42 AM EST
President Barack Obama broke Republicans once on taxes — and his risky strategy for winning the sequester fight assumes he’ll do it again.
He will divide, isolate and defeat Republicans using all the powers of his office and all his skills as a political campaigner. As Americans grow frustrated with the cuts, Republicans will reject their party’s no-tax mantra and demand that Congress end the standoff, even if it means raising some new revenue – just the way Obama is demanding.
…………….By my definition, I believe that most Americans are in fact conservatives. Why is this not reflected in recent elections? Political lines are totally blurred today, that’s why.
Simply stated, neither primary political party represents these Americans today. Conservatives want their governments run the same way they run their homes, their businesses, their churches, their lives, and raise their children to become decent, honest, productive members of society. They want a moral, ethical and fiscally responsible government that reflects their personal convictions and above all, protects individual freedom and liberty for all. No such political party exists at present.
This explains why half of registered voters no longer bother to vote at all, and why many voters have sought a new political home in a litany of failed 3rd party explorations.
It also explains why today’s “conservative movement” is struggling to gain any traction. Most of the people in today’s so-called “conservative movement” are not conservatives, at least by my definition.