Constructive secession by Red States: Real possibility unless King Barack I is stopped « Coach is Right
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
Patrick J. Buchannan has raised the question asked here fifteen months ago: Is there a peaceful civil secession of Red States underway? Originally raised here in July 2012, we asked if there wasn’t a real possibility of what we described as a “constructive secession” which would accomplish what The Confederacy could not achieve.
As we described the situation those states that have grown tired of the overbearing Barack Obama Administration and see it as no longer intolerable could engage in conduct that would amount to de facto if not a de jure secession from the United States.
Gov. Mitch Daniels and Indiana lawmakers restore gun rights to free men
13 June, 2012 | AWR Hawkins
Posted on Thursday, June 14, 2012 10:05:56 AM by marktwain
In an era where many politicians give lip service to gun rights while seeking election and then do their best to undermine those rights once in office, it’s refreshing to see Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels and that state’s GOP-led legislature passing laws that restore rights which courts have stripped away from Indiana citizens in recent years.
It’s been a pitiful sight – a sad week for progressives and “Big Union” Democrat-shilling thugs. In the wake of Tuesday night’s devastating recall smackdown in Wisconsin, tens of thousands of “Occupy” hippies across the nation have simply been too depressed to get stoned and not look for work.
Barack Hussein Obama promised to transform America with an ill-defined message of change during his 2008 campaign. As Americans discovered what that change involved, they began to reject it. It was a change to the Left, to liberalism, to socialism.
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By Judi McLeod Friday, June 8, 2012
Barack Obama is not seeking 2012 re-election for posterity’s sake. Obama is not waiting for his daughters to some day immortalize him in another book called “Dreams From My Father”. Obama is not seeking re-election for any reason other than to grab the four more years necessary to complete his messianic Fundamental Transformation of America.
How Wisconsin and Alabama just helped save the world
The Telegraph (UK) ^ | June 6 2012 | James Delingpole
Posted on Thursday, June 07, 2012 12:35:26 PM by djone
“Governor Scott Walker’s victory in Wisconsin and an equally important but perhaps less well-publicised victory won in the Alabama house and senate over the UN’s malign and insidious Agenda 21.”
MSNBC Hosts Devastated Over Wisconsin Recall Results
YouTube sing along — On the air Ed Schultz says he would invite Hugh Hewitt to a party so he could urinate on him. Really
The Obama campaign — which has largely kept President Obama himself out of the Wisconsin recall election — puts out a statement saying that a message had been sent to Gov. Scott Walker, despite his win.
Obama: Don’t Like What You Saw In Wisconsin? Wait Until You See What Happens In November!!!!
Michelle Obama’s Mirror ^ | 6-6-2012 | MOTUS
Posted on Wednesday, June 06, 2012 10:36:03 AM by NOBO2012
“We have awakened a sleeping giant and have instilled in him a terrible resolve.” Emperor Hirohito
Last election cycle, voters in both Wisconsin and Ohio elected conservative governors committed to breaking the death-grip that unions held over state finances.
In the case of Wisconsin, the backlash took the form of a recall vote, which “backlashed” badly against the backlashers. Us Tea Party types got to spend last evening pleasantly musing as to exactly how the liberal media was going to spin this one.
The high-handed US emperor stands before the world this morning buck naked. And it was the political events he manipulated himself that painted his portrait.
In light of the crushing victory Scott Walker had tonight, liberals are returning to their normal civility: calling for his murder and promises to kill him. Across the internet, crazed leftists are calling for the governor to be assassinated, as they clearly have no respect for democratic elections. Below are just a few of the disgusting comments posted throughout the internet tonight.
Wisconsin GOP Gov. Scott Walker will stay in office, becoming the first governor in U.S. history to survive a recall election.
The race had Walker winning with 53 percent to 46 percent, with 97 percent of precincts reporting. Hari Trivedi, an independent, received 1 percent of the vote.
by Stephen Lendman Winter 2011 witnessed an epic worker rights battle. Wisconsin public workers challenged Republican Governor Scott Walker. He won round one. Workers get another chance.
On June 5, they’ll choose between him and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. Neither offers much choice. More on that below. Lieutenant governor and four senate seats are also up for grabs.On June 1, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel headlined “Barrett, Walker bring out political stars,” saying: Barrett lured Bill Clinton. Republican party spokesman Ben Sparks asked why him and not Obama. Walker countered with South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, “a rising star of the Republican Party.”In late 2011 and early 2012, around one million recall signatures were collected. It was nearly double the required amount. Walker represents union-busting and eroding collective bargaining rights en route to ending them altogether.
He also imposed draconian wage and benefit cuts on public workers.Both candidates support monied, not popular interests. Wisconsin Democrats aren’t much better choices than Republicans. Regardless of who wins on Tuesday, labor rights lose. Wisconsin reflects what’s happening across America. It’s bad and getting worse. Bipartisan force-fed austerity means lower living standards, increased layoffs, fewer jobs, mostly low pay/poor benefit part-time ones, and private workers harmed like public ones.In February and March 2011, Wisconsin public workers and students protested daily against Walker’s so-called “Budget Repair Bill.”
It was a corporate coup d’etat.
… And While We’re At It… (“…the swelling tide of Constitutional Conservatism which is beginning to sweep across the nation, as more and more of the so-called silent majority are awakening to the real and present danger of the nascent tyranny represented by Barry Hussein Obama and his communist-light DeMarxists.”)
… And While We’re At It…
skipmaclure.us ^ | June 3 2012 | Skip MacLure
Posted on Sunday, June 03, 2012 7:38:16 AM by Atlanticist.us
Governor Scott Walker. Former Texas Solicitor-General Ted Cruz. More fodder for the DeMarxists waking nightmares. Two more examples of the swelling tide of Constitutional Conservatism which is beginning to sweep across the nation, as more and more of the so-called silent majority are awakening to the real and present danger of the nascent tyranny represented by Barry Hussein Obama and his communist-light DeMarxists.
Marine veteran arrested at Bill Clinton rally for Tom Barrett
Posted on Friday, June 01, 2012 10:41:41 PM by dewawi
So Bill “I LOATHE THE MILITARY” Clinton shows up in Wisconsin and the first thing that happens is a decorated US Marine gets arrested for being “too loud”? I wonder what 19 year old Bill Clinton had waiting in the wings…
RUSH: Matthews, North Carolina. Hi, Neil. Great to have you with us. Hello.
CALLER: Hey, Rush, how you doing?
RUSH: Very good, sir. Thank you.
CALLER: Hey, listen, there’s an important lesson to be learned when you examine the stark contrast between Governor Scott Walker’s campaign and President Obama’s campaign.
RUSH: What would that be?
CALLER: Both men have records, but only Scott Walker is running on nothing but his record and winning big.
GOP WHISTLING PAST THE END OF AMERICA … Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter Dot Com ^ | 30 May 2012 | Ann Coulter
Posted on Thursday, May 31, 2012 5:21:06 AM by Rummyfan
An election almost as important as the presidential election will be held next Tuesday, and conservatives aren’t making a big deal of it, just as they didn’t make a fuss over the 2008 Minnesota Senate election as Al Franken stole it from under their noses. (Gov. Tim Pawlenty: “Minnesota has a reputation for clean and fair and good elections. We’ve got 4,100 precincts run by volunteers. They do a good job, and we thank them.”)
The public sector unions are trying to oust Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker from office for impinging on their princely, taxpayer-supported lifestyles. If Walker goes down, no governor will ever again suggest that snowplow operators work when it snows. No governor will dare try to deprive public school teachers of their Viagra. Forget about ever firing self-paced, self-evaluated, unnecessary government employees.
Always leading the nation, California has already been bankrupted by the public sector unions. That’s the country’s future if Walker doesn’t win, and it’s not going to matter who’s in the Oval Office.
Democrats know what’s at stake. They’re treating this election like the Normandy invasion. Meanwhile, Republicans are sitting back, complacently citing polls that show Walker with a slight lead.
Polls don’t register passion.
Johnson: Every member of Wisc. legislature received death threats [VIDEO]
The Daily Caller ^ | 5/26/12 | Michelle Fields
Posted on Saturday, May 26, 2012 10:19:43 AM by markomalley
Sen. Ron Johnson said Thursday that every member of the state legislature in Wisconsin received an email that said “we’re going to put a bullet in your head. We know where you and your family live.”
A Republican state lawmaker in Wisconsin, a state torn asunder in the last year by the fight between conservative and left-leaning interests over the state budget and its fiscal future, says he is surprised that anyone would oppose his legislation that would make it illegal to buy signatures for a recall petition.
But Rep. Evan Wynn told WND today he’s already getting pushback against his plan.
EXPOSED: Obama 2012 Campaign Strategy Starts in Wisconsin! (This is bigger than just Wisconsin!)
Posted on Friday, December 09, 2011 4:28:48 PM by Syncro
This is bigger than just Wisconsin!
As we feared, Obama is launching his 2012 campaign by mounting a powerful attack against Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin. What is he after? The winner of the Gov. Walker Recall will have momentum and will likely also deliver Wisconsin’s 12 electoral votes in the presidential election to their party. Whoever wins the presidential election, will likely need to win in Wisconsin.
We have been warning you that this is not a local organic battle between conservatives and liberals, but a union backed effort with much of their support coming from out of state. The unions are hoping that a victory will set the stage for Obama’s 2012 campaign and deliver Wisconsin to him.
Obama’s campaign masterminds are planning on deflecting attention from the administration’s failures, and instead are creating a national smear campaign to recall Gov. Walker and re-establish support with his entitlement big-union base.
Walker has already started campaigning against this Recall, but he is no match for Obama’s campaign machine. We must start organizing to defend Walker and continue the Tea Party momentum into Nov. 2012.
The first battle for 2012 is in Wisconsin. If we lose, the ripple effect will be felt in all 50 states. We cannot afford to wait – help us stop Obama 2012 NOW!
Obama’s win in 2008 hinged on the support of big unions. Now, David Axelrod and the rest of Obama’s campaign team have decided it will reaffirm the administration’s commitment to the big unions by helping recall Gov. Scott Walker. By defeating Walker, Obama will be able to seize the momentum of a union victory to help spark his 2012 campaign.
heartland.org ^ | November 9, 2011 | Maureen Martin
Posted on Wednesday, November 09, 2011 7:31:58 PM by Iam1ru1-2
The news just broke on the Obama administration’s decision to “delay” and “revisit” its new tax on the sale of Christmas trees.
I’m seriously bummed because the tax, announced Tuesday, was such a gift. It was the perfect symbol of governmental incompetence.
First, the 15-cent tax on Christmas trees is just the latest example of crony capitalism aimed at aiding one industry segment – fresh trees – against another – artificial trees.
The “Grand Experiment” is Over….:
The Democrats targeted in Tuesday’s election were among the 14 senators who left the state in February in opposition to Republican Gov. Scott Walker‘s proposal curbing public employee collective bargaining rights.
The Wisconsin Witch Hunt Goes National ~ “When disclosure’s a bludgeon, all but Obama’s cronies are nails.”
The Wisconsin Witch Hunt Goes National
Townhall.com ^ | April 29, 2011 | Michelle Malkin
Posted on Friday, April 29, 2011 7:47:31 AM by Kaslin
On May 1, left-wing vigilantes will target companies across the country that have committed a mortal sin: sending donations to GOP Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin. Rest assured, such intolerable acts of political free speech will not go unpunished by tolerant Big Labor activists. They’re calling for both a national boycott of Walker’s corporate donors and a coordinated sticker vandalism campaign on GOP-tainted products.
The Wisconsin Grocers Association is bracing for the anti-Walker witch hunt. Anonymous operatives have circulated sabotage stickers on the Internet and around Wisconsin that single out Angel Soft tissue paper (“Wiping your (expletive) on Wisconsin workers”), Johnsonville Sausage (“These Brats Bust Unions”) and Coors (“Labor Rights Flow Away Like A Mountain Stream”).
Dead Man Walker?! Is that the kind of civility President Obama pretended to be in favor of? The call for a kinder, gentler political debate certainly did not last long as the democrat party’s Time magazine lashes out in this headline against Conservative American Governor Scott Walker.What do you think? Did this go too far?Excerpt Read more at conservativeamerican.org …
I wonder if the ghost of Vito Corleone had a hand in drafting this letter. Or perhaps Dr. Evil, while stroking Mr. Bigglesworth, was paid a consulting fee by these Wisconsin public employee union presidents. Most likely, these unmasked union racketeers believe Orwell’s famous line should read, “All animals are equal but union animals are more equal than others.”
While depriving Wisconsin’s public-sector unions of the right to collectively bargain salaries and benefits is admittedly strong medicine and a remedy I’m not sure I agree with, it nevertheless highlights the disastrous situation that successive municipal, state and federal government negotiators have gotten the country into.
But, hey, it’s not their money they’re bargaining with, so who cares?What Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker managed to do, at least for the time being, is to rein in the cost of delivering services and avoid a further debt crisis.
And for those of you who claim that the governor is using his bully pulpit to bash unions, I’d like to point out that the current financial situation, i.e. the status quo that so many politicians seem so intent on defending, means that every man woman and child in the United States owes somewhere on the order of $770,000 in government debt, taking into account all the unfunded liabilities at all levels of government.
To use a phrase currently so popular among the Left, “This is unsustainable.”So why are so many politicians, including Republicans, so loathe to cut government spending?So why are so many politicians, including Republicans, so loathe to cut government spending?
Do they believe that the taxpayer is a cow that can be milked ad infinitum?.……………………….
Ever since protests broke out at Wisconsin’s capital last month, there’s been a question of whether it could spark a liberal version of the Tea Party movement. That question became a bit more pronounced last night, as Republicans used a legislative tactic to overcome Democrats‘ attempts to block the Senate from being able to pass the budget fix bill that also reduced public sector union’s bargaining power. The liberal outrage in response has been compared to the conservative backlash when Democrats used the reconciliation process to pass the health care law.
As stated in the Declaration of Independence, we are endowed by our “Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness“, and it is governments responsibility to secure these rights, not create other ones.
To translate for Obama supporters, our Creator only guarantees three rights – life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. This list does not include collective bargaining, happiness only the pursuit thereof, a job, a house, a car, an iPod or iPad, a television plasma or black & white, or anything else not specifically listed! Therefore, when any government-instituted privilege is granted, consider it a gift. And, if it is not granted, remember that it was never guaranteed in the first place, regardless of who promised it.
Likewise, when a government-instituted privilege is taken away, remember that IT IS NOT RIGHT to have even received it in the first place, let alone to have enjoyed it for even one nanosecond for Obama supporters, that’s not very long.Got it???
Just reported on WTMJ. Last night every Republican member of the State Senate received a death threat saying they and THEIR FAMILIES would be killed.Also reported on WTMJ, Minority Leader Mark Miller D may have sent a tweet out last night encouraging protestors to storm the Captiol building and cause disturbances.
The Indiana Attorney General’s office announced Wednesday that the deputy attorney general who called for Wisconsin riot police to use deadly force on protesters is no longer employed by the agency, according to WISH.Update 2:30 pm ET: Indiana official delete personal blogAn Indiana deputy attorney general who called for Wisconsin riot police to use “live ammunition” on protesters has deleted his personal blog.
Jeff Cox had claimed that Mother Jones would try to “silence” him.Original report continues below…One official in Indiana suggested over the weekend that riot police should use deadly force on those protesting Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to strip unions of their rights.
A Saturday tweet from Mother Jones reported on the likelihood that police would soon be clearing the Wisconsin Capitol building of demonstrators.“Use live ammunition,” a Twitter user named JCCentCom replied.Full article here…
Police would don riot gear and “absolutely” use force on protesters in Wisconsin, according to a state law enforcement representative, further stoking fears that the ongoing union demonstrations against a plan by Governor Scott Walker to eliminate collective bargaining rights for most public employees could end in violence.
Despite the fact that the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association WLEA has vocally condemned Walker’s move to raise the level of pension and health contributions public workers would be forced to pay, WLEA executive board president Tracy Fuller said that troopers would still obey orders, don riot gear and “absolutely” use force against protesters to crush dissent if they were told to do so.“I have worked with the University of Wisconsin police officers that are there, along with the capitol police officers, and certainly I’ve worked with the state patrol officers because I’m a state patrol inspector.
I’m not able to even fathom that any of those police officers would not carry out whatever orders were given to do their job,” Fuller told Raw Story.“I guess that’s the one ironic thing about this,” he continued. “Last night my wife asked me to make a sign for her to take down there to protest. On that day, I thought to myself I could be making a protest sign for my wife to take down there … Then I could be down there confronting my wife with the protest sign that I made. God, you see … That’s … That’s my job.”
While adding that “It would not look like the United States, if we did that,” Fuller noted that it was “possible” agent provocateurs could be used to infiltrate the protesters and cause a violent flash point.
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.com ^ | 2/21/2011 | Joe NewbyPosted on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 9:21:00 AM by FredJake
Many more similar messages are shown in the 1.5 minute video.One of the most disturbing is a tweet by user ‘J_Shack’ who wrote “Scott walker cut food stamps its over he gettin assassinated..!”After the Tucson shootings that left Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords fighting for her life, users on Twitter sent similar messages wishing for the death of Sarah Palin.
Very little coverage was given to this by the mainstream media, who was busy trying to blame the Tea Party, Glenn Beck, clip art and conservative speech for the tragic shootings.Excerpt Read more at examiner.com …
(One writer has asked, “Is it legal for a president to lobby a state legislature?”)Are There Traitors in Wisconsin, and is Obama Among Them?
OBAMA’S POLITICAL MACHINE “MOBILIZING ON THE GROUND IN WISCONSIN”
by Sharon RondeauWisconsin State Senator Mark Miller is one of 14 legislators who have left the state to avoid a vote on the governor’s proposed budget which would impact state employees‘ benefitsFeb. 18, 2011 — The Politico is reporting that Obama’s campaign organization, Organizing for America, issued a statement late yesterday which said that it “is mobilizing on the ground in Wisconsin to defend the rights of public employees from an attempt by the governor to take away their right to organize.” While Politico did not provide a link to the quoted statement from Organizing for America, The Post & Email has located it here.Organizing for America is urging visitors to its site to “Join the Fight” and gives an email address for contacting “your local organizer.”
An article linked on Organizing for America states, “Organizing for America is mobilizing on the ground in Wisconsin to defend the rights of public employees from an attempt by the governor to take away their right to organize.
”One writer has asked, “Is it legal for a president to lobby a state legislature?”
Are The Wild Teacher Protests In Wisconsin A Prelude To The Economic Riots That Are Coming To America?
If you haven’t seen video of the protests yet, some very good raw footage is posted below. On the one hand it is good to see Americans coming together and standing up for what they believe in, but on the other hand what these teachers are freaking out about shows just how much America has changed.
These teachers are not protesting for liberty, freedom or to change the government. Rather, they are protesting because they want things to remain the same. They simply don’t want anyone to mess with their pay. Well, the truth is that none of us ever wants to experience a pay cut. It is not a lot of fun. But sadly, states like Wisconsin are so broke that they have to find cuts somewhere. Someone is going to have to make a sacrifice. The teachers in Wisconsin just want to make sure that it is not them………………………..
180211topPaul Joseph WatsonPrison Planet.comFriday, February 18, 2011Coincidence or not, the fact that hundreds of National Guard troops are returning to Wisconsin today fresh from battling insurgents in Iraq is sure to alarm union protesters who labeled Governor Scott Walker’s move to put the Guard on alert last week a “threat” designed to intimidate demonstrators who are currently massed around the Capitol in Madison.
In case of a widespread walkout in response to his “budget repair bill,” Walker told reporters last week that he would use National Guard troops to be “prepared…for whatever the governor, their commander-in-chief, might call for. … I am fully prepared for whatever may happen.”Ostensibly, Walker’s announcement was a signal that he is prepared to replace state workers with National Guard troops, deploying them for example as prison guards. However, protesters cried foul, claiming that Walker was invoking the Guard as an intimidation tactic to suppress dissent.“Hundreds of Wisconsin National Guard soldiers return to the state Friday,” reports the Wausau Daily Herald.“About 300 soldiers from the 724th Engineer Battalion will be back at Volk Field where they will be met by senior National Guard officials and family members. A brief ceremony will be held before the soldiers are taken to nearby Fort McCoy to begin about five days of demobilization before their release.”The unit comprises roughly half of Wisconsin’s National Guard soldiers that are currently on active duty.
They return fresh from Iraq after having been on missions to remove roadside bombs placed by insurgents.They may now face a different type of insurgency, one led by state workers who are furious that their pension and health care contributions are set to double to fill a $3.6 billion budget deficit black hole, while two-thirds of corporations in the state pay no taxes whatsoever according to the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
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Union Fascism on Full Display
Frontpagemagazine ^ | February 18, 2011 | Rich TrzupekPosted on Friday, February 18, 2011 8:42:06 AM by SJackson
The hypocrisy of the American left is on full display in the heart of America, as the teachers’ union in Wisconsin continues to show how it will use any tactic, no matter how reprehensible, to try and get its way.
Threats, intimidation, violent imagery and inflammatory rhetoric – all of the sorts of tactics that the left and the mainstream media routinely accuse conservatives of using – are on full display in Madison.
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Obama WANTS Wisconsin Mess
The American Spectator ^ | February 18, 2011 | Quin HillyerPosted on Friday, February 18, 2011 3:05:43 AM by RobinMasters
It is not just unpresidential of him, but despicable, for him in effect to be urging on the mass demonstrations.
But as J. Christian Adams, Justice Department whistle-blower extraordinaire, reminded me in an email accompanying this post of his, these are not only the tactics always favored by the left in general, but specifically the sorts of tactics Obama himself was trained in — AND exactly what I myself warned about as Christian reminded me in my very first post-presidential election column in 2008.
Excerpt Read more at spectator.org …
Cairo Moves To Madison: Protesters mass in hallways of Wisconsin state Capitol as debt black hole threatens riots.
Paul Joseph WatsonPrison Planet.comThursday, February 17, 201
Last month we speculated how long it would take for the scenes on the streets of Cairo to be repeated in America. After all, Americans are facing similar levels of economic rape to those that prompted Egyptians to rise up and overthrow 30 year dictator Hosni Mubarak.Now Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan R is making similar comparisons after protesters massed in the hallways of the Wisconsin state Capitol this morning as part of what Matt Drudge dubbed a “day of rage”.
The demonstrators are rallying against a “momentous bill that would strip government workers, including school teachers, of nearly all collective bargaining rights,” reports the Associated Press.The bill asks public sector workers to make a 5.8 percent pension contribution, roughly equal to the national average, along with a 12.6 percent health insurance contribution.
Ryan expressed his opposition to the demands of the protesters, but noted that the Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was now facing, “Riots — it’s like Cairo has moved to Madison these days.”
Similarly, noting that the Governor has threatened to break the union protests by deploying the National Guard, writer Noam Chomsky told Democracy Now that what happened in Egypt was “the beginning of what we need here – democracy uprising.”