Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Obama EPA withholding evidence against human caused global warming

Obama's EPA has decided to withhold a report questioning global warming. They have a 98 page report that was co-authored by an EPA analyst by the name of Alan Carlin. It was said in the report that regulation of carbon dioxide will not reduce global warning. It also said the EPA information they were using was out of date and the worst of all, while carbon dioxide levels have increased, global temps have decreased.

Carlin was ordered to stop working on the project. Watch this blog or the non-liberal news to see when he will be forced to retire.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Sonia Sotomayor is found to racist, again.

Obama the Magnificent (more commonly called the "bonehead," mostly by other countries' heads of state, recently nominated Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. Before today, she had had 3 out of 5 cases overturned by the Supreme Court. Today she goes 4 for 6. Not so good for one that says she is smarter than old white guy judges. It's no wonder the Democrats want her as a judge as they are looking for those that will change the laws, not just interpret them.

Then the crazy Obama spun this around. He said it proves she's not a racist. The case was about white firefighters that complained they didn't get promotions, because the test they were given was somehow anti-black and anti-minority. Only white guys got high enough scores to be promoted, so the city they worked for thru out the tests. The test has not been made public. I wonder what the questions were?

1. Who was the head of the KKK in 1970?

a. Some guy
b. some person
c. some human
d. some racist, old, white, pig, jerk, a-hole, whitey, honky guy.

2. Who makes a better Supreme Court Judge?

a. An old white guy
b. An old white woman
c. a male
d. a female Puerto Rican

3. When fighting a fire, who do you rescue first?

a. An old white guy
b. a dog
c. a cat
d. A female Puerto Rican Judge

Anyway, despite Obama the dumbificent, this ruling against her ruling shows she's even more racist that we though.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Houses passed large tax increase

Today the House passed a bill, that by percentage, will raise taxes much more on the poor than any other group. It is a global warming bill that will increase the costs for energy in all sectors unless you can afford to put up several wind turbines and photovoltaic cells. Since the poor still have to have gas and electricity, the costs will be enormous to them. The rich can afford it.

The new democrats' slogan is SCREW THE POOR!

20% of the Democrats voted against the bill.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Obama data shows stimulus failed

A recently released graph from Obama's financial group shows that the stimulus did NOTHING to help the economy. It shows 3 lines: 1 is the unemployment rate without the stimulus, one is with the stimulus, and then another is actual unemployment numbers. Both of the first lines show unemployment leveling out starting last month and going down 3Q of 2009. However the real data shows the rate almost going straight up. There is not even the slightest hint of it leveling out. 100% of our money Obama blew, helped 0%!

Obama sets up question for press conference

Once again Obama has proven he's not so smart after all. Proof has been presented that at least one question was staged in today's news conference. The WH contacted a Huffington Post reporter to let them know they would be called upon to ask a question about Iran, which they obliged, being another one of the Obamalaide drinking MSM outlets.

Monday, June 22, 2009

NYT the traitor

If the New York Times were a person, they'd be electrocuted for treason. For 7 months they kept secret that a reporter of theirs was kidnapped by the Taliban.

Over the years, the NYT had told of government secrets that have endangered the lives of our heroic soldiers. In 2008, they even told the name of the CIA person that got Khalid Shaikh Mohammed to talk, and because of that, him and his family fear for their lives.

So now the NYT has proven that the armed forces and those trying to keep the USA safe are worthless, but 1 of their reporters is the most important person in the world.

NYT. A sad representative of a dirty rag.


A new NYT/CBS poll about Obama's Healthcare scheme was done by polling twice as many Obama voters than McCain voters. A NYT's editor's comment about it?

I apppreciate your question about the measure on the poll of respondents' vote in the last presidential election. Historically, our polls and others have found that respondents do not always accurately recall who they voted for in the past and much depends on the popularity of whoever is living in the White House. There was quite a good discussion of this phenomenon on Slate recently, which you might want to take a look at. We use the question for purposes of internal analysis but do not rely on it in any substantive way. We are more likley to rely on poll respondents' self reported party identification or political ideology when it comes to looking at differences between political groups. Thank you for being such a careful reader of The New York Times and for your interest in The New York Times/CBS News Poll.


Janet Elder


News Surveys and Election Analysis

The New York Times

Friday, June 19, 2009

Obama breaks the law again

Obama help to craft legislation about how Inspector Generals are terminated. Now he has decided that the law does not apply to him. Recently he fired 3 inspector generals without following the law which says he has to give 30 days notice and give congress and explanation as to why they were fired. Obama did neither. Senator Claire McCaskill, a democrat, had to explain to Obama how the law worked. I suppose he is not smart enough to know himself.

All 3 IG's were or had investigated people who are friends and/or fund raisers for Obama for his presidency.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Obama did not go to church after all

Richard Wolffe, an MSNBC contributor, has revealed that the reason Obama did not know what Rev. Wright said in church was because, gasp, he didn't go to church! The few times he did go to church, he continued, was to garner support for his campaign for whatever office he was after at the time. I wonder if anyone will bother covering this in the MSM?

The Transparent One

During the Bush terms, he was criticized in not making public the list of White House visitors. Democrats came unglued about it. Obama comes in, says he's going to make government transparent, signs a pork laden bill behind closed doors with no cameras, and now, refuses to release the list of White House visitors, just as Bush did. MSNBC requested a list of all visitors from Jan. 20 to now, and the Secret Service, through Obama, said "no."

I am really surprised that MSNBC reported it on their webpage.

After the Bush admin. denied giving out the list, someone sued to get it release, and there were two rulings by a federal judge that the records are public. So Obama is Bush.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Obama critisizes Bush for appointing donors to Ambassadorships, and then does it himself

Yes it's hard to believe isn't it? The Messiah, Allah-bama's appointments to ambassadorships are filled with donors to his campaign, rather than people with foreign policy experience. Gibbs, the White House spokesman explained about the appointment of former Citigroup exec Louis Susman for the U.K. ambassador, that he speaks English. So now we see what Allah-bama looks for in qualifications for appointments.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Carrie Prejean out as Miss CA

Hardly surprising, the Miss California 'company' finally was able to rid themselves of the terrible Carrie Prejean, who did a bad, bad thing, and told a fag that to herself, marriage is between a man and a woman. I'm sure she had given up on the whole thing, and wasn't fulfilling her duties, and that's why they got rid of her. I bet she did it to force the Miss California 'company' to fire her.

So anyway, the first runner-up takes over, Tami Ferrell, has a different idea. No wait! No she doesn't. When asked about gay marriage by Fox News host Neil Cavuto, "[Prejean] went out and said that a marriage is between a man and a woman. Do you share that view?"

Farrell responded in the affirmative with a simple, "Uh huh."

"You do, OK," said Cavuto.


Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Once again Networks plunge

Liberal news networks continue their plunge into non-existence. CBS News' ratings are the lowest ever since Nielsen's started keeping rating records. There is one way to turn this around: Stop kissing their Messiah's butt! However I believe they are willing to drive themselves out of business before they'd ever chance it. Other liberal paper news organizations have or are going out of business. This list is getting long. Obama's is trying to bail them out by allowing them supposedly unfettered access as NBC recently got to go to "Obama's place" to see how he works day to day.

NBC 7,960,000
ABC 7,150,000
CBS 5,180,000

Funny, but not really.

Obama has asked Congress to pass new limits on tax cuts and spending programs to avoid adding to deficits.

I guess again with Him it is do as I say, and not as I do.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Obama needs the teleprompter to speak, and now he needs a taster to eat

For some reason, B. Hussein Obama used a taste tester in a French Restaurant. While visiting La Fontaine de Mars in Paris, the restaurant confirmed that he did use a taster.

I would guess that President Hussein does not have a clue as to what he is eating at that place, let alone being able to have any idea any French word beyond "oui".

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Obama's Budget office said, "That in the absence of a stimulus plan, the unemployment rate would rise above 9 percent by early 2010, and stay high for years to come."

We got a stimulus plan forced down our throat so all is well? NO. Unemployment is now 9.1%. Thanks for running this country down the tubes O.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

On Bill O'Reilly last Friday

BILL O'REILLY: "Impact" segment tonight, last election day, a group of New Black Panthers, that's the group, in Philadelphia were charged with intimidating voters. Apparently, a few of these men brought weapons to the polling places, generally menaced people there. Some of it was caught on camera.

MALE BLACK PANTHER MEMBER: I'm just wondering why everybody's taking pictures, that's all.

MALE WITH CAMERA: Okay, I mean, I think you might be a little bit intimidating that you have a stick in your hand. That's why.

BLACK PANTHER MEMBER: Who are you to decide?

MAN WITH CAMERA: I mean, that's a weapon. So that's why I'm a little worried.

BLACK PANTHER MEMBER: And who are you to decide?

MAN WITH CAMERA: I mean, I am a concerned citizen. I'm just worried that you might be-



BLACK PANTHER MEMBER: So are we. That's why we're here.

MAN WITH CAMERA: Okay, but you have a nightstick in your hand.



BLACK PANTHER MEMBER: You've got a camera phone.

MAN WITH CAMERA: I have a camera phone, which is not a weapon.

O'REILLY: All right, federal authorities charged three Black Panthers with various election violations. But this week, those charges were dropped by attorney general Eric Holder. Some are not happy about it. With us now, civil rights lawyer Bartle Bull, who once ran Robert Kennedy's New York campaign for President and Jimmy Carter's as well. So you're an old liberal, right?


O'REILLY: Attorney?

BULL: I would say a John Kennedy Democrat. And I was a civil rights lawyer in Mississippi for a time. And I am a liberal.

O'REILLY: And that's interesting, because you are leading the charge here against these Black Panthers. Now what did you see yourself on election day? What did you see?

BULL: I saw two armed uniformed threatening men blocking the door to a polling place, screaming rudeness at voters.

O'REILLY: What was their intent?

BULL: I can't answer for what was between their ears.

O'REILLY: Well, what were they screaming, though?

BULL: I heard, well, one of them, for example, screamed, "Now you will see what it is like to be ruled by the black man, cracker."

O'REILLY: Okay, did they have their Black Panther regalia on?

BULL: They wore jack boots, black boots, black combat boots, black paramilitary uniforms, black berets.

O'REILLY: All right, so they were intimidating as this young man who photographed them said. You concur with that assessment?

BULL: Oh, absolutely.

O'REILLY: And how many were there?

BULL: There were two at the place I was. I was at seven different polling places. At this place, there were two.

O'REILLY: All right, so you made your report.

BULL: Yes.

O'REILLY: And the federal government, the U.S. Attorney filed charges against three people. Now the charges have been dropped. Now we called Holder's office. And they said, here's what basically, this is not a quote, ladies and gentlemen, but here's basically what they said: It's just not big enough for us, it's not that important, we're letting it go. And you say what?

BULL: I think it's extremely important. I've worked in very difficult campaigns in Mississippi. I worked for Charles Ables when he ran for governor as the first black man. I was a civil rights lawyer in Hattiesburg who got arrested there practicing civil rights law. I worked against Strom Thurmond in South Carolina. I have never in my life, and I've seen nooses over trees outside polling places where I stopped voting in Mississippi. I have never, ever seen anyone blocking the door to a polling place with a weapon and yelling at people.

O'REILLY: All right. Now, if there are only three of them, is it worth the federal government's time and money to put them away?

BULL: Of course it is. Of course it is. The senior lawyer working on this matter, Christian Adams, said to me if this is not a case of intimidation, nothing is. Intimidation is Section 11 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. That act was the keystone of all the civil rights legislation fought for and passed by the Kennedy's, Lyndon Johnson and Martin Luther King.

O'REILLY: Okay, theoretically you're right. And, I mean, if I were the Attorney General, it'd have to be compelling evidence for me not to prosecute the case. And it doesn't seem to be. You are a, certainly a very good witness. Certainly a non-prejudicial witness based upon your background. So, all they have to do is call you in, the guy who took the shots there and a few other people, and they have a conviction. So, then, we go to the why of the matter. Do you have any idea why Holder has no desire to pursue this?

BULL: Yes. But first of all, they did have a conviction already, because what happened was.

O'REILLY: Well, but it's not a criminal conviction. It's you got to stay away from the polling place thing.

BULL: No, no, sir. Look, I'm a lawyer. The point was that none of the defendants even answered the charges. So all the feds had to do-

O'REILLY: They didn't even show up?

BULL: No. So all the Feds had to do was to let the case go to completion. And they were automtically.

O'REILLY: Guilty.

BULL: Automatically guilty.

O'REILLY: Right.

BULL: So that was stopped.

O'REILLY: So they didn't do it. Why?

BULL: Why? Well, you haven't mentioned one thing. You said there were three defendants. That's not true. The first defendant was the New Black Panther Party itself which has been called a hate organization by the Anti Defamation League and by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The critical thing here wasn't whether these two or three guys were enjoined. It was enjoining the party which has 28 chapters around the country.

O'REILLY: All right, that's interesting.

BULL: So what they've done here is they're protecting the enforcement of what this party might have done. And it's going to give them a lot more authority in the next election, in the congressional election.

O'REILLY: I'm not sure about that, but why doesn't Holder want to go after this whole scenario? Why doesn't he want to make examples of these people?

BULL: Because these are his supporters, partly.

O'REILLY: You really believe it's politically motivated?

BULL: 100 percent, 100 percent-

O'REILLY: -because the New Black Panthers is so fringe and so, you know.

BULL: 100 percent politically motivated.

O'REILLY: Really?

BULL: Absolutely.

O'REILLY: You believe that?

BULL: Yes.

O'REILLY: See, that would be something a Rush Limbaugh would say.

BULL: Well, I'm not a Rush Limbaugh.

O'REILLY: That's for sure. Because that's why I'm surprised that you would say it. How do you know that?

BULL: We're making judgments. We don't know it, but the fact is that they want to maximize their vote. This is basically ACORN vote that they want to ... the next election..

O'REILLY: This gets tied in with ACORN?

BULL: I didn't say that. I said what they want to do is to maximize the ACORN vote. And you do that by not challenging this sort of procedure, because these are the same people who are registering voters. Also, "The New York Times", for example, said hundreds of thousands, one-third of all ACORN board voters were fraudulent last time.

O'REILLY: Right. All right, so you see it as a bigger picture -

BULL: Oh, of course, of course.

O'REILLY: -don't interfere with the community activist group?

BULL: Of course.

O'REILLY: You know, if it's true it, it reflects very poorly on the President and his administration.

BULL: Yes.

O'REILLY: Now, let me ask you one more question. If what you're saying is true, it's only going to become an issue if the media drives it.

BULL: Yes, sir.

O'REILLY: I don’t think you're going to get-

BULL: So do you.

O'REILLY: That's right. And that's why you're here.

BULL: And I believe-

O'REILLY: Has the Philadelphia media picked up on this at all?

BULL: I don't know. I believe not much.

O'REILLY: CNN, are they on it?

BULL: I don't know.


BULL: I don't know. You know more about that than I do.

O'REILLY: Well, nobody called you for from those organizations?

BULL: No, no.

O'REILLY: Okay, so you.

BULL: I believe that President Obama owes the country an apology for this. And I will say why briefly in an sentence.

O'REILLY: But he didn't have anything to do with it.

BULL: He appointed Eric Holder. And the president said four or five weeks ago that he believed that we should prosecute civil rights cases vigorously. And he's really talking about the ones who are on his side. I mean, if I may say, Martin Luther King did not die to have people in jack boots with billy clubs, block the doors of polling places.

O'REILLY: Absolutely.

BULL: And neither did Robert Kennedy. It’s an absolute disgrace.

O'REILLY: You're absolutely right. All right, Mr. Bull, what I want you to do is pursue the case, as obviously you're angry about it and you want justice done. Pursue the case. Let us know what happens.

BULL: All right.

O'REILLY: We'll assist you. Because we want Holder to tell us why he dropped it. That's a pretty easy question. I think that's a fair question.

BULL: I hope they will, too. I hope they will, too.

O'REILLY: All right, counselor. Thanks very much for coming in.

BULL: Pleasure.