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YOU LIE! A PATRIOT STANDS UP AND CALLS BULLSHIT TO OBAMA!

Teleprompter Jesus got his little self referential show interrupted by a Patriot!

Here is Republican Joe Wilson of SC calling Obama a liar!

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It was classic, watch the reaction of teleprompter Jesus, Biden and Pelosi…made my entire month! I am giving Joe Wilson a campaign contribution! Click here to join me!

Obama heckled by SC congressman Joe Wilson

WASHINGTON — The nastiness of August’s health care debate reached into the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday as President Barack Obama tried to move his reform plan forward.

South Carolina Republican Rep. Joe Wilson shouted "You lie!" after Obama had talked about illegal immigrants.

It wasn’t the only interruption during Obama’s speech to a joint session of Congress in the House of Representatives. Earlier, Republicans laughed when Obama acknowledged that there are still significant details to be worked out before a health care overhaul can be passed.

Wilson’s outburst caused Obama to pause briefly before he went on with his speech. Overhead in the visitors’ gallery, first Lady Michelle Obama shook her head from side to side.

From the Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009 online edition of The Augusta Chronicle

German Chancellor Merkel Speaks Out Against the Fed’s Policy of Loose Money…WOW! A Leader Speaks The Truth?

German Chancellor Merkel spoke out against the policy of the Central Banks of the United States (Federal Reserve), Great Britain and the EU. When a German Chancellor speaks out against the policies of the Central Bank’s of the world we would be wise to listen.

Aides say Ms Merkel’s concern about the expanding remits of the Fed and the Bank of England is genuine. She does not blame the implosion of the subprime mortgage market for the economic crisis. She does not see securitisation as the culprit. Rather, she thinks the loosening of monetary policy under Alan Greenspan’s Fed chairmanship fuelled the creation of asset price bubbles and encouraged excessive leverage within and beyond the financial sector.

This risky policy, she thinks, was supported by a US government that also rejected any calls – including from Germany when Berlin was chairing the Group of Eight industrial nations in 2007 – for tighter regulation of financial markets. Ms Merkel "sees the huge amounts of liquidity being pumped into financial systems with some concern. She is worried that some of the unconventional action being deployed by central banks cannot be easily reversed," says one confidant. "We do not want to be fuelling a new bubble. Another crisis like this one and the west will be wiped out." FT.com / UK – Merkel makes a mark

Why is she so worried about loosening of the monetary policy under the Fed? INFLATION! The Germans have an intimate knowledge of what happens when inflation ravages a country.

The Fed’s actions are driven by exactly the same sort of short range thinking that has destroyed specific sectors of the US economy. GM signs a labor agreement 50 years ago because they didn’t wonder what might happen down the road if they had some rough spots. And now a 100 year old company is taken over by the Government. Short Range Thinking…will be the death of us.

Sometimes you simply have to accept some pain to avoid the death blow. GM should have said no then and dealt with the inevitable strikes then and they would be alive now. We should have never allowed the Government to remove the shackles we had around it in the form of our currency being backed by gold. At the point we allowed that, it was irresistible that the Government would inflate its way out of debts…and one day destroy this country. We as a people demanded more and more from the Government and corrupt politicians who knew better were more than willing to give it to us. We demanded that taxes NOT be raised and corrupt politicians were only too willing to not raise taxes. Well now the butchers bill has come due.

There is no free lunch.

Somalis showing gratitude for White Americans…by Beating the Crap Out of them! Weeee give me more of that old time multiculturalism!

Just so you know this is going to get worse and our elite in Washington don’t give a rats ass about it cause they won’t be affected. They want to feel good about themselves on the world stage so the average Americans are forced to take these nearly stone-age monsters as neighbors into the most advanced civilization in history. Thank you Edward Kennedy, George Bush, Bill Clinton, and the rest of the Open Borders crowd! How about y’all open up your homes to these animals before you ask us to open up our neighborhoods?

A Hennepin County Medical Center volunteer and nurse were separately attacked by the same three suspects. Reiner Schonolling was attacked Tuesday morning by three Somali teenagers on bikes. The suspect who hit him said he does not like white Americans. Just one hour before the attack, the suspects punched Robin Cooper who is a nurse at HCMC. The attacks happened at Elliot Park in downtown Minneapolis along 8th Street. “I believe they picked on someone they thought they can get away with,” says Cooper. Gateway Pundit: Somali Immigrants In Minnesota Target “White Americans” For Attacks

Remember 10 Witnesses Ignoring Minnesota Woman’s Cries for Help as Man Sexually Assaulted Her? And if you want to know where this ends take a look at this poor Swedish beauty.

Swedish girls Jenny and Linda were on their way to a party on New Year’s Eve when they were assaulted, raped and beaten half to death by four Somali immigrants. Sweden’s largest newspaper has presented the perpetrators as “two men from Sweden, one from Finland and one from Somalia”, a testimony as to how bad the informal censorship is in stories related to immigration in Sweden. Similar incidents are reported with shocking frequency, to the point where some observers fear that law and order is completely breaking down in the country . The number of rape charges in Sweden has tripled in just above twenty years . Rape cases involving children under the age of 15 are six – 6 – times as common today as they were a generation ago. Most other kinds of violent crime have rapidly increased, to o. Instability is spreading to most urban and suburban areas.

Isn’t a great world we live in when we don’t defend our most beautiful women and children from the ravages of savages? Marvelous…arm yourselves. I have!

The Times Interviews John McCain…not a single question about the Border or Illegal Aliens.

The Drive-By media is studiously avoiding talking about illegal immigration even though for many inside of the Republican party it is one of the prime reasons that the base is so upset with the establishment GOP. The American people have struck down the last few attempts to run amnesty past us. When it mattered, in the face of overwhelming majorities of Senators in favor of it and a President aching to give amnesty to 20 million illegals, the people have spoken and refused such amnesty. You might think that would be worth talking about with one of the architects of said amnesty.

Following are excerpts of a transcript of an interview conducted by The New York Times’s Adam Nagourney and Michael Cooper with Senator John McCain in Hudson, Wisconsin, on July 11. The answers are transcribed verbatim; some of the questions are paraphrased. The other people Mr. McCain refers to, who were in the room, are his wife, Cindy; Mark Salter, a senior adviser; Brook Buchanan, his press secretary; and John Taylor, an economic adviser. Transcript – The Times Interviews John McCain – Text – NYTimes.com

Robert Samuelson wrote about this interesting phenomenon the other day at Real Clear Politics. Campaign 2008: The Sounds of Silence.

It is one of our fondest political myths that elections allow us collectively to settle the “big issues.” The truth is that there’s often a bipartisan consensus to avoid the big issues, because they involve unpopular choices and conflicts. Elections become exercises in mass evasion; that certainly applies so far to the 2008 campaign. A case in point is America’s population transformation. Few issues matter more for the country’s future — and yet, it’s mostly ignored.

Two changes dominate — aging and immigration — and they intersect. In 2005, 12 percent of the population was over 65; by 2050, that will be almost 20 percent. Meanwhile, immigration is driving population growth. By 2050, the population may exceed 430 million, up from about 300 million now. About four-fifths of the increase will reflect immigrants and their children and grandchildren, estimates the Pew Hispanic Center. The potential for conflict is obvious. Older retirees and younger and poorer immigrants — heavily Hispanic — will compete for government social services and benefits. Squeezed in between will be middle-class and middle-aged workers, facing higher taxes.

What do John McCain and Barack Obama say about these looming problems? Well, not much. Of course, they’re against poverty and fiscal irresponsibility. They oppose illegal immigration and favor “reform.” But beyond these platitudes, they’re mostly mute. It’s not that the problems are secret. Dozens of reports have warned of population aging, which affects most wealthy societies. Global aging is “a demographic shift with no parallel in the history of humanity,” argue Richard Jackson and Neil Howe in their recent “The Graying of the Great Powers.

Mr Samuelson hit a lot of good points but missed the most obvious point. Sure it is possible that the Parties can decide to NOT talk about certain issues. But the press is not supposed to be under the same constraints. So we can applaud Mr. Samuelson for being part of the Drive-By that is talking about it we should also wish that his colleagues would start asking some tough questions.

The Sounds of Silence…how Illegal Immigration is, the Elephant in the Room!

In an otherwise fantastic article about immigration Robert Samuelson stumbles at the finish line. 

Grasping this, our leading politicians engage in a consensual censorship to skip issues that involve distasteful choices or that require deferred gratification. They prefer to assign blame and promise benefits. So elections come and go, there are winners and losers — and our problems fester. RealClearPolitics – Articles – Campaign 2008: The Sounds of Silence

There is a group of folks who are supposed to prevent this sort of collusion. Rush calls them the Drive By Media for a reason though. Reporters covering both candidates should be hammering them on this crucial issue. Smoke them out and make them take stands. Instead we have a bunch of folks who by and large seem to be rooting for whomever they might be covering and because of this they almost have a stake in “their” candidate winning.

Sickening as it may be, it is an indication of just how shallow we have become as a people. We are getting both the press and the politicians we deserve…

GREAT NEWS! Bardot convicted of Racial Hatred by the French…Poor little Hajji’s want to be able to act like tribes inside of France.

Typical, it takes a French woman to stand up to the Islamic tribes overrunning France.

PARIS —  Brigitte Bardot was convicted Tuesday of provoking discrimination and racial hatred for writing that Muslims are destroying France.

A Paris court also handed down a $23,325 fine against the former screen siren and animal rights campaigner. The court also ordered Bardot to pay $1,555 in damages to MRAP.

Bardot’s lawyer, Francois-Xavier Kelidjian, said he would talk to her about the possibility of an appeal. FOXNews.com – Brigitte Bardot Convicted of Provoking Discrimination – Celebrity Gossip | Entertainment News | Arts And Entertainment

What a great idea it was to import North Africa into France!  Hey maybe we can think of something along those lines…like say import the entire poor population from a certain absolutely corrupt country to the south of us. Hey more GREAT NEWS! Republicans have already started doing that! WOW!

Make possible for immigrants to do a job Americans won’t do

Things are terrible, and we’ve got to fix it. But we’re not going to fix it until we have comprehensive immigration reform. When there’s a demand, there’s going to be a supply. There are jobs that Americans will not do, so we have to make it possible for someone to come to this country to do a job that an American won’t do and then go back to the country from where they came.

John McCain Source: AZ Senate Debate, in Tucson Citizen Oct 16, 2004

Boy cannot wait till McCain gets into office. Yea I am voting for the bastard…he is a less bad bastard than the other bastard. What a choice to have in the greatest country in the world. We either get a loony old man who is perhaps dumber than Bush or a Black Marxist who hates white folks. GREAT NEWS!

Evolution of a Republican Politician

Satirist Iowahawk captures the evolution of a Republican Politicians as only he can!

Return to Sender

Dear 3rd District Voter:

Are you sick and tired of Bill Clinton and his tax-and-spend insider Democrat friends in Congress? Then please cast your vote me, Jerry Bristol, in the upcoming 1994 election for the 3rd District seat in the United States House of Representatives. iowahawk: Return to Sender

What makes this even more hilarious is even now Republicans don’t get it. We still have that clown McCain talking about legalizing the illegals. I take special glee in tossing out campaign donation forms from the Republicans, Bush and McCain. I will donate to Jindal but only because he is actually a Conservative.

This line stands out because Republicans are actually trying this…vote for McCain because he is better than that Radical Nutjob Obama. Whats worse is they are right. As awful as McCain is he is worlds better than Obama. Oh mama how did we get here!

For example, the latest 2006 Townsburgh Gazette Poll indicates that many of you are dissatisfied with the war in Iraq.   As a longtime voice of opposition to the Bush administration on the war, especially the parts that aren’t going well, I have organized a special select committee to investigate and fix blame, and set a timetable for withdrawal tied to tracking poll benchmarks.

That’s the kind of leadership you will continue to get with me, Jerry Bristol. Like you’re really going to vote for that Kos lunatic the Democrats nominated.

Sincerely,
Congressman Jerry Bristol

AP Creative Writing Techniques…Sheesh didn’t Realize this was Kosher!

Wow! Instalaunch! Cool…Please have a look around.

Now this is interesting…Both of these items are from the same AP Article posted on two different sites. Both articles are titled:

Senate loads war funding bill with domestic programs

See if you can spot which article has not been altered…

Is this common practice? Boy this sure seems dishonest….notice all the information missing? Fox News was not the only one that saw fit to exclude the information. WSJ and others had no problem omitting the death of the latest attempt by the Senate to end run around their voters clear wish to stop illegal immigration.

I guess I won’t suppose that Fox News, WSJ and others omitted this news because they are pro-illegal immigration. Or should I?

Anyways I came upon this after clicking a line at Michelle’s site and noticing that her snippet did not match the snippet posted on the International Herald Tribune’s site. Cannot imagine that the snippet from the IHT site posted on Michelle’s site sprung from her imagination so they must have changed the article after she posted.

Great! News that is now you see it now you don’t!

 Breitbart Article Exhibit A Fox News Article Exhibit B
Now that it’s clear that Democrats won’t insist on a troop withdrawal timeline, the White House is focusing on making sure the measure doesn’t exceed his request.

The Senate war funding bill combines $194.1 billion in spending over for war funding, foreign aid, military base construction, heating subsidies and a variety of smaller items. Then there’s $14.5 billion to give 13 weeks of unemployment checks to people whose benefits have run out and $51.6 billion over 10 years to improve GI Bill benefits.

There’s $108 billion remaining from Bush’s war funding request for the 2008 budget year ending Sept. 30. But the White House appears willing to lump that request together with $70 billion to carry the war into next spring, as well as Bush’s $5.8 billion request to construct levees in Louisiana.

That puts Bush’s request at $183.8 billion—more than $10 billion below the Senate measure.

The immigrant farm labor provision added to the measure at a hearing last week by Sens Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and Larry Craig, R- Idaho, would allow almost 1.4 million immigrant farm workers to stay in the United States for up to five years to ease a shortage of farm workers that has left some crops rotting in the fields.

Sens. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., and Judd Gregg, R-N.H., followed that up with a provision to extend an expired program to allow seasonal workers to return to the country using H-2B visas.

Gregg, typically a fiscal conservative, voted with Democrats at last week’s hearing to adopt $1 billion worth of additional energy subsidies for the poor. That provision led top Appropriations panel Republican Thad Cochran of Mississippi—himself the driving force behind $1 billion for coastal restoration in Mississippi—to warn his colleagues that they were simply guaranteeing a Bush veto.

Still, Republicans such as Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas—a member of the Senate GOP leadership team—pressed ahead with add-ons of their own. Hutchison won approval of $100 million in grants to local law enforcement to fight drug trafficking along the U.S.-Mexico border.

It’s the type of situation White House budget director Jim Nussle had in mind last month when he chided senators for a “sky-is-the-limit mind-set” regarding “the desire of some in Congress to load up this troop funding bill with tens of billions in additional spending.”

Republican Sen. Kit Bond of Missouri moved to keep open three “veterans business resource centers” with $600,000 in taxpayer funds. One of the centers, naturally, is in St. Louis; the others were in Flint, Mich., and Boston.

  Now that it’s clear that Democrats won’t insist on a troop withdrawal timeline, they’re including add-ons of their own. Hutchison won approval of $100 million in grants to local law enforcement to fight drug trafficking along the U.S.-Mexico border.

It’s the type of situation White House budget director Jim Nussle had in mind last month when he chided senators for a “sky-is-the-limit mind-set” regarding “the desire of some in Congress to load up this troop funding bill with tens of billions in additional spending.”

Republican Sen. Kit Bond of Missouri moved to keep open three “veterans business resource centers” with $600,000 in taxpayer funds. One of the centers, naturally, is in St. Louis; the others were in Flint, Mich., and Boston.

Senate loads war funding bill with domestic programs