Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Our Next President?




'Where is the G*damn f**king flag! I want the G*damn f**king flag up every morning at f**king sunrise.' 
-From the book Inside the White House by Ronald Kessler, p.244- Hillary to staff at the Arkansas Governor's mansion on Labor Day 1991

'F**k off! It's enough I have to see you shit-kickers every day, I'm not going to talk to you too!! Just do your G*damn job and keep your mouth shut.' 
-from the book America Evita by Christopher Anderson, p.90-Hillary to her State Trooper body guards after one of them greeted her with 'Good Morning' 

'If you want to remain on this detail, get your f**king ass over here and grab those bags!'
-from the book The First Partner p.259- Hillary to a Secret Service Agent who was reluctant to carry her luggage because he wanted to keep his hands free in case of an incident.

'Stay the f**k back, stay the f**k back away from me! Don't come within ten yards of me, or else! Just f**king do as I say, OK!!?' 
-from the book Unlimited Access by Clinton FBI Agent in Charge, Gary Aldrige, p.139- Hillary screaming at her Secret Service detail.

 'Where's the miserable c**k sucker!' 
-from the book The Truth About Hillary by Edward Klein, p.5- Hillary shouting at a Secret Service officer. 

'You f**king idiot" 
-from the book Crossfire p.84- Hillary to a State Trooper who was driving her to an event. 

'Put this on the ground! I left my sunglasses in the limo. I need those sunglasses. We need to go back! 
-from the book "Dereliction of Duty" p.71-72-- Hillary to Marine One helicopter pilot to turn back while en route to Air Force One.

'Come on Bill, put your d**k up! You can't f**k her here!' 
-from the book "Inside the White House" by Ronald Kessler, p.243-Hillary to Gov. Clinton when she spots him talking with an attractive female.



This vile, abusive kook now leads most 2016 presidential polls. Hillary wants to be your next president and wield total control as commander and chief of our military- one she's shown nothing but contempt for the whole of her adult life. 

And if you thought Obama was arrogant, here's the one who might just be able to compete with Dear Leader's detached disdain for us plebes- while bringing us 16 continuous, uninterrupted years of 'progress', great.

How Mike Lee Is Changing The Republican Party

Townhall ^ | 11/20/2013 | Conn Carroll 


Former-President Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson has a fine op-ed in today's Washington Post, heaping praise on Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT). Gerson writes:
For those who expect and fear an irrepressible conflict between the tea party and the Republican establishment, Sen. Mike Lee of Utah is a hopeful anomaly. Should this anomaly become a trend, the GOP’s future would be considerably brighter.
Few have done more to burn ideological bridges within the GOP. Yet no one from the tea party side is now doing more to construct them....
Lee has been proselytizing for a “comprehensive anti-poverty, upward-mobility agenda” — making him one of the few Republican politicians talking in any sustained way about stalled economic mobility, stagnant middle-class wages and economic inequality. To this, Lee has added a dollop of populist “anti- cronyism,” proposing to simplify the tax code and rein in the big banks. Setting aside the policy details, Lee makes strikingly sane observations about the Republican future....
The subtext here is not a challenge to establishment Republicanism, which would offer no ideological objection to the role of government that Lee described. The real contrast is with libertarianism, particularly of the Rand Paul variety. And Lee has come close to making his criticism explicit. “Freedom means ‘we’re all in this together,’?” he said. “The conservative vision for America is not an Ayn Rand novel. It’s a Norman Rockwell painting, or a Frank Capra movie: a nation of ‘plain, ordinary kindness, and a little looking out for the other fellow, too.’?”
This is a good, general prescription for Republican recovery: More Frank Capra. Less Ayn Rand.
Gerson hits a few good notes here, but his ultimate conclusion is wrong.
Lee, as Gerson says, is trying to build policy bridges between the populist Tea Party and the Republican establishment. And Lee's communitarian rhetoric is, in many ways, the polar opposite of what establishment Republicans like Mitt Romney have run on. In particular, Lee's tax plan is a direct repudiation of Romney's individualist 47 percent line.
But Gerson goes, on to claim, "Lee's specific agenda ... is well within the broad tradition of ... compassionate conservatism."
This is just plain false. Bush's compassionate conservatism oversaw the largest expansion of the entitlement state since President Johnson and before President Obama. Bush greatly expanded the scope and power of the Department of Education and he signed the pork-filled 2005 transportation bill.
Lee's policies take the federal government in the opposite direction. Lee's transportation bill cuts the gas tax and returns most transportation spending to the states. His education bill empowers state governments to foster higher education competition by bypassing federally empowered accrediting organizations.
And most importantly, Lee's populist policies are the exact opposite of the corporatist deal Bush struck with drug companies when he expanded Medicare Part D.
There simply is no major difference between Lee's limited government vision, and the one espoused by most libertarians, including Rand Paul. Lee's vision, however, is antithetical to how K Street Establishment Republicans have governed Washington in the very recent past.
But by getting establishment Republicans like Gerson to move in his direction, Lee is slowly changing the soul of the party.

The Jarrett File - What we know about Obama’s secretive adviser!

National Review ^ | November 20, 2013 | Andrew Stiles 

"..................Jarrett’s official job description is “somewhat vague,” Becker writes, noting that at least part of her role is to serve as “chief liaison to the business community, state and local governments, and the professional left,” but her influence is undeniable. She commands a staff of nearly three dozen and has a hand in decisions ranging from the invitation list to state dinners and what gifts to give foreign leaders, to who should be nominated to the Supreme Court, appointed to a vacant ambassadorship, or awarded the President Medal of Freedom. When Warren Buffett visits to the White House for lunch, the table is set for three.
White House memos are littered with references to what “VJ thinks” or “VJ says.” When Standard & Poor’s downgraded the country’s credit rating in August 2011, she was among a select few invited to Camp David to discuss how to manage the fallout. She is “effectively the chief of staff,”...
Tellingly, despite presiding over one of the greatest political disasters in recent memory, Sebelius remains at her post, whereas Jarrett’s enemies rarely stick around for long. The White House reportedly went to great lengths last month to out a senior official—Jofi Joseph of the National Security Council—who had been operating an anonymous Twitter account, @natsecwonk, which was highly critical of the administration. Among Joseph’s offending tweets: “I’m a fan of Obama, but his continuing reliance and dependence upon a vacuous cipher like Valerie Jarrett concerns me.” Joseph was fired immediately after his identity was discovered in a sting operation coordinated by the White House and State Department.
Jodi Kantor’s The Obamas revealed a September 2010 clash between Jarrett and former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs. When Jarrett informed him that Michelle Obama was not pleased with his work, Gibbs went ballistic, telling Jarrett...
(Excerpt) Read more at nationalreview.com ...

Me Lie?

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What is it?

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Global Warming?

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Sub-Standard

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Charge the driver!

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I am now covered!

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It's Your Job!

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Lie-Abilities

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The Crook

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Who would have bought it?

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Crazy Debbie

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Let Them Sacrfice Andrea Mitchell, Martin Bashir, & Alec Baldwin

Townhall.com ^ | November 20, 2013 | John Ransom 


The revelations are stunning.
The proof is clear.
People should have known; people should have done something.
It was clear even before the Democrats rolled out their newest experiment in social engineering that it would fail.
Poor in conception, flawed by design, the expectations were too high, experience too low.
Yet still they elected him, with a grand assist by the media: first, nominee of the Democrat Party and then, ultimately, president of the United States.
Twice.
And that after spending nearly two billion dollars to do it.
For that kind of money, even the government could build a fully functional website, or something.
And now that finally someone is noticing his failures it just goes to show how far wishful thinking can take a country.
Not far.
Here’s a list of some failures, but by no means a comprehensive list of failure- failures that which any one of would have shamed other men:
    1) Stimulus Spending- Failed
    2) DOE Energy Grants and Loans- Failed
    3) Banking Bailout- Failed
    4) Energy Policy- Failed
    5) Budget- Failed
    6) Deficit- Failed
    7) Immigration- Failed
    8) Economy- Failed
    9) Middle East- Failed
    10) Russia- Failed
    11) China- Failed
    12) Credit Rating- Failed
    13) NSA- Failed
    14) IRS- Failed
    15) Sequester- Failed
    16) Shutdown- Failed
    17) Benghazi- Failed
    18) Fast and Furious- Failed
    19) Obamacare- Failed
And this is just counting times when his policy failed versus the policies that one could label just plain dumb or weird, like Syria, the war on coal, his pandering to atheists, Occupy, gun haters and the Elizabeth Warren Wing of the Progressive Party.
Yet Obama goes on smilingly, like a drunk at a party who says inappropriate things, says them too loudly and leans so close that you can smell his breathe stink.
This is all their fault.
“Them” being the media.
But yet we continue to fund the media knowing that fundamentally they have nothing but contempt, scorn and disrespect for us.
They show this disrespect in thousands of ways, but they show it mostly in their attempt to allow Obama to try to wiggle away from any and every dry-drunk faux pas, misstep and act of willful ignorance.
They distort the constitution, our history, our lives in order to cover up the fact that Obama has no idea what the hell he’s talking about, nor yet what he’s supposed to do in the rare cases he does something at all.
Even this week is was revealed, in a story that’s become commonplace, that a U.S. Census Bureau employee lied about employment numbers, which were responsible for unemployment dropping from 8.1% to 7.8% just a month before the 2012 election.
In the weeks leading to the polling, the media told anyone who would listen that getting unemployment under 8 percent was key for Obama victory.
And what do you know? Suddenly, they did it!
Here’s what I wrote at the time:
Last week it will be remembered that “crazy” conspiracy theorist Jack Welch, former CEO of GE and one of the country's most respected businessman, raised eyebrows amongst journalists who were then making a previous new low, when he questioned whether unemployment numbers actually dropped as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The unemployment rate fell to below 8 percent in the largest one-month drop in unemployment since Obama got elected thanks to the greatest single month of job creation since 1983- all just weeks before ballots hit for his reelection bid.
Interestingly, an amazing 600,000 part-time jobs were created in September.
According to the AP, Jack Welch, the retired former CEO of General Electric, said on Twitter: "Unbelievable jobs numbers ... these Chicago guys will do anything ... can't debate so change numbers."
MinnPost says: “Cookin' jobs numbers? Crazy talk from Jack Welch”
CNN reports: ”Jack Welch has no clue about jobs numbers”
Says CBS News: “Why Jack Welch won't be missed”
The Washington Post got all Saul Alinsky on Welch, even questioning his punctuation: “Hey, Jack Welch: Question marks don’t help”
I don’t know about whether the jobs numbers were cooked or not, but they are causing economists to scratch their heads, even if journalists are willing to swallow the numbers whole.
It’s expecting too much for the administration to take any action. THAT will never happen.
Someone clearly owes an apology to Jack Welch.
But firing Andrea Mitchell, Martin Bashir, Alec Baldwin and Ed Wasserman-Schultz would be a good start…at least for me anyway.
They've made so many other sacrifices to the Obamagod. So what's four more?