Conservablogger Power Quote

"...But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security..." The Declaration of Independence

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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Best Political Ad EVER!

Now here's an ad that contrasts one candidate apart from the establishment-republican-machine-elites.


Not sure if the producer of this is actually the candidate himself, but check out the video. It's quite compelling. 

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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Which RINO Joins the Liberals in Bashing the Tea Party?

I'm sharing this article that was posted in VISION TO AMERICA.  I suggest you visit the site and sign up for their super e-mail news letter.

"Senator Dick Lugar (R-IN) is mad at the Tea Party. He believes the Tea Party destroyed the chances for Republican majority in the Senate at the last elections. He claims that if the Tea Party wants a Republican majority – which, by the way, has never been a goal of the Tea Party to start with – they will have to vote for the old elitist guard like him who have the experience to do politics as usual.

Let’s see what good Lugar has done. Worked to continue pouring federal money into agriculture. Voted for the DREAM Act. Enthusiastic supporter of sending American troops to die for the interests of the elite. Supported Obama’s judicial nominations to the Supreme Court – both pro-abortion with a vengeance. Voted to include criticism of sodomy in the definition of “hate crime.” Voted to increase his own salary. Voted for TARP. Voted for federal gun control. And these are only the tip of the iceberg. 

Who knows how much lobbying money one will find, if Lugar is investigated just as thoroughly as Gingrich.

But he says, “A Republican majority in the Senate is very important.” Uh huh. It very important to have Rs voting than Ds. For the same laws, of course. But Rs is better. In truth, it is only important to Lugar. The Tea Party’s goal has never been to maintain a Republican majority. It was the Tea Party that developed the term RINO. Lugar fits that term perfectly.

Post Continues on godfatherpolitics.com"

Conservablogger Commeht:  

Tea Party, I think its time for Senator Dick Lugar to goThe idea that they are losing control is driving them nuts.  They are angry that in 2010, we took a huge step toward   putting an end to their reign.  By "they" I mean politicians who stopped representing 'we the people' and started representing themselves and unions.  "They" are the people in office who are breaking their oaths to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic.  

The actions of any administration that sidesteps congress- legislating with his pen and imposing his agenda with various czars, is violating the spirit of the constitution as well as its text.

What am I to believe  about a Federal Government that  (not only fails to enforce  its own immigration laws, but stand in the way States trying to get a handle on the problem.


I would think the federal government would  welcome and assist the states with illegal immigration.  since it isn't, my opinion is that the federal government wants to keep our borders porous;  violating the constitution.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Eric Holder Pulls Race Card as Defense for Illegal Gun Running Program? Can you believe it?!



I'm passing along this e-mail from THE TEA PARTY.  Read it, then ask yourself if the color of Eric Holder's skin is the real reason why he should be investigated and fired.  If you're honest, I'm sure you'll agree that reasoning is bull crap. 
"Dear Patriot,

Despite his lies and protestations to the contrary, Eric Holder's knowledge of Fast and Furious dates back to early 2010. This is a program that has put thousands of guns in the hands of Mexican drug cartels and has led to the death of US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
After each lie, half-truth, and obfuscation, Eric Holder has come up with another excuse for why he is not culpable in this gunrunning scheme. Now that he's out of excuses, he's finally resorted to liberals' favorite defense: his critics are only focusing on Fast and Furious due to the color of his skin!

This is blatantly false and a cowardly defense for the country's leading law enforcement official. We want Eric Holder investigated for his involvement in the illegal gunrunning scheme and for lying to cover it up!

If you agree that Eric Holder should be held accountable, please take a moment to
sign our petition today.

Thank you,

Todd Cefaratti
Freedom Organizer

P.S. Our strength is in numbers. Please help our efforts by forwarding to a friend."


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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Manufactured Fear? Could this 15 minute Video Change the way you view our Government?

**(I'm not simply 'embedding' important videos from Youtube anymore.  Too many videos get clensed.)

This is from a Channel on Youtube.  
I am sharing this because  I think the message is valid.  

Don't we expect the government to provide solutions to emergencies?  Maybe this isn't in our best interest.  Maybe allowing our government to thumb its nose at our Constitution is a bad idea.

Pleas watch this video and ask yourself if the point is worth considering.  

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Monday, December 19, 2011

While America was shopping, the Constitution was Shredded

If this Doesn't make you angry, you are a putz!

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Conservablogger comment:  At one point in this video, Ron Paul sounds like the kind of person we need as president.  The crap, the assault on our liberty has been levied, not by this president alone.  This has been building for some time.

I suppose anyone resistant to the government's dispensing of the constitution can be considered an enemy combatant. 

Will vocal  dissent of this administration be met with imprisonment?  Could it be?  Will people who oppose socialism; people who are die-hard capitalists who oppose socialism to their last breath, unwilling to be re-educated into the new ways of living be rounded up and dealt with?

I'm concerned that the large step taken by the federal government this past week has wiped out all of our inalienable rights.  They can "hold us indefinately, without charge! In a secret facility!  What does that tell you?

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Interesting little tidbit form 2008 - ACORN suppressing Healthcare discussion

This video was taken in Chicago.  Apparently, ACORN was suppressing civil discussions on a public sidewalk, and a policeman wass there facilitating it.


As you may know, and as indicated in the beginning of this video, Obama has had a relationship with ACORN.


Here's the video:


Friday, December 16, 2011

Fox News Republican Spin Costing Credibility

Has anyone else noticed how Fox News heavily favors Romney?  


As I watch coverage of the GOP candidates, I can't help but make this observation.


Wasn't this the same behavior practiced by the liberal 'mainstream'  media to get Obama elected?   What we ended up with, is the illusion of  a fairly elected President who, if properly scrutinized by the media, would never have been elected.


As far as I'm concerned, ttis deception (which I didn't fall for) by mainstream media has cost them what little credibility they had.  Because of this behavior, I never turn to mainstream expecting to get truth.  What I do expect from them is progressive propaganda.


Fox News seems to be engaging in this same behavior, except this time, it appears to me,  they are backing Progressive Republicans:  Romney and Gingrich.


Romney passed a statewide healthcare law (similar to Obamacare) in his state of Massachusetts, and Gingrich helped create the Department of Education, and has stated (in the past) he wants a single payer system  for healthcare.  As I stated in an earlier post, Gingrich and Palosi were seen kissing in a tree singing kum-by-ah over climate change!


So today, after last night's Fox News Debate, I turned on Fox to  hear the spin.  As expected, I heard many Romney clips, many Gingrich clips, and much to-do about about their performances.  What I didn't hear was many clips from the other Republican candidates.


They are very careful not to completely ignore anyone, but the obvious bias toward the Progressive right is turning me off to the network.


Yes, Fox News ( or its parent organization) has picked which candidates to support.  These candidates are exactly the kinds of candidates we have to avoid if we want to solve the problems of the nation.  The folks Fox seems to support are part of the Republican machine establishment! They are exactly the kinds of people who helped get us in this fix in the first place.


It's because of this apparent backing by Fox News, that the network is quickly losing credibility with me.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Limbaugh Slams Obama’s View of America: ‘Thinks of It as Criminal, Guilty

Limbauaugh explains how Obama has succeeded with his plans for America, and reminds us of his (Limbaugh's) 2009 "I hope he fails" comment.


In this video, he does a good job explaining where Obama has been bad for us.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Union militants threaten Wisconsin teacher‏

From the IN-BOX this morning. Share on ALL social media:
Union militants are threatening and harassing the courageous charter school teacher who is leading the fight to defend Wisconsin's new government-sector Right to Work law.

With free legal aid from National Right to Work Foundation attorneys, Kristi Lacroix and two other civil servants filed an amicus brief and a motion to intervene against union lawyers' spurious lawsuit seeking to overturn Wisconsin's monopoly bargaining reforms.

WISN-TV in Milwaukee reported that "she has been blistered by negative and vicious emails and phone messages at school and on Facebook, including one suggesting she get protection."

Some militants have even launched a "Fire Kristi" campaign.

As you know, Wisconsin union bosses tried every tactic imaginable to protect Big Labor's monopoly bargaining power over Wisconsin government employees.

They shut down schools, bused in out-of-state agitators, and demanded their allies in the state legislature flee to Illinois to delay a vote.

Then the union bosses wasted millions of dollars -- of their own members' forced dues -- on a failed recall campaign to install a pro-forced unionism majority in the Wisconsin Senate.

Now, union hotheads are bombarding the Kenosha, Wisconsin, teacher with threats because she refuses to toe the union-boss line.

The onslaught of harassment and threats picked up after Lacroix exercised her First Amendment rights and appeared in a TV commercial supporting Governor Scott Walker, who signed the reforms into law.

Other disgraceful messages have threatened Lacroix's career. "Your best bet is to start a job search soon," one militant wrote.

Foundation attorneys are prepared to take all appropriate legal actions to defend Lacroix, and if necessary, provide for the security of her and her family.

In 2005, the National Right to Work Foundation hired 24-hour security for a North Carolina worker who received detailed threats after he successfully challenged a sweetheart deal between his employer and the United Autoworkers (UAW) union.

Union goons routinely employ violence and terror tactics against innocent workers who dare to speak their own minds.

It's vital we expose this thuggery and keep up the legal pressure against the abuses of coercive union power -- including ugly union violence and intimidation.

That's why, if you can, please make a generous, tax-deductible contribution of whatever you can afford to help the Foundation continue to provide free legal aid to Lacroix, expose the injustices of union violence and intimidation to the media, and if necessary, provide Lacroix with professional security.

Union tyrants want to force independent-minded workers like Kristi Lacroix into silence and submission.

But we won't sit by and let that happen.


Sincerely,

Mark Mix

Van Jones Goals Exposed! Why does he support OWS? Here is a clue... ***VIDEO***

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Sunday, December 11, 2011

Mit Romney: Obama isn't a socialist - He's "Government Heavy"

Fact:  In this video, Romney denies that Obama's policies are socialist; saying instead they are "government heavy".  I think we need a president who is willing to identify socialism for what it is.

If he can't identify Obama's policies as socialist, how can we expect he'll steer our Republic away from it?

Please, by all means, feel free to share this post.
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Jews Throw their Shoes at Obama

Uploaded by  (to Youtube) on Dec 11, 2011 -
Jews show their anger at Obama by holding a protest in front of the US embassy in Tel Aviv. All the Jews took off their shoes and threw them at a large photo of Obama.


Watch the Complete ABC/YAHOO IOWA Debate Aired on 21/10/11

I think the moderators were unfair with the time, allowing Romney and Gringrich to monopolize more than a fair amount of time.


And I'm not surprised.  This is a 'mainstream' media outlet, after all, and mainstream is progressive (not in a good way), in a liberal left wing 'they know what's better for us than we do' sort of way way and want to point voters toward another of their kind.


Check it out and see if I am mistaken:
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Conservabloggerl Opinion:

I  think Gingrich lost some of his earlier luster.  He did look frazzled, and he seemed awash with defensiveness.  

Romney was the same old Romney;  nothing new here.  His performance didn't improve my opinion of him at all. 

Perry's performance this time was better than his last few performances.  However, he still wasn't believable to me about social issues, and illegal immigration.

Ron Paul, except for one of his foreign policies concerning protecting Israel was fantastic.  He really stood apart from the pack by relentlessly identifying the cause of our nations  financial - fiscal - problems.

Rick Santorum Was very good.  He seemed to grasp the idea of having to fight for our nation.  When he explained how he won a district of Pennsylvania (as a conservative candidate) that is 60 percent Democrat, told me he's a fighter.  He has a great grasp of American exceptional ism, has a great working knowledge of Washington.  He is also a strong advocate for Israel.  Santorum would make a good president, but is he the right person for this time in history?

Michele Bachman was strong, direct, and fearless.   I think she is great, but mainstream has a way of black-balling her. 

(They do this with Ron Paul too.)   She won the straw Poll here earlier this year, and the media came out attacking her.  She continues to point out that she is the "clear consistent conservative" on the panel, and I believe her (as I believe Paul's and Santorum's consistency is unquestionable.)  That said,  will the media ever give her a chance?  I don't think so.  And if they don't give her a chance, does she have a chance to with the presidency?

Ron Paul's Complete Responses from the ABC Iowa Debate ***VIDEO*** 12/10/11

I found it interesting how the ABC moderators waited until the limelight drifted away from Romney, Gingrich & Perry before reminding them of their agreed upon time limits.


Here are all of Ron Paul's answers during this debate:
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Thursday, December 8, 2011

Arpaio gets death threats over Obama Investigation 'Certifi-gate'

Did you know that a Sheriff in Arizona and volunteers are investigating Obama's eligibility to be president?  


If not, I want you to know  the following information:



Maverick Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio says his "Cold Case Posse" investigating Barack Obama's presidential eligibility will release a preliminary report in February of its findings, which he expects to be "controversial."

"This is a serious law enforcement investigation, and our findings are going to be controversial but based in facts," the Maricopa County sheriff told WND. Arpaio said a comprehensive report will be issued shortly after the February preliminary report.
This story continues AT THIS LINK!  

The link takes you to  a wnd.com story.  

Glenn Beck Destroys Obama's Kansas Speech "He's a Liar!" - AUDIO -

Glenn Beck on Wednesday  made a valiant effort and successfully  kept his head from exploding while listening to the Presidents Kansas speech.


 Beck sets the record strait in this audioof Wednesday's GBTV.com show.  If you want to go where the truth lives, that's the place.  Republican, Democrat, Martian, or Ewok, Beck doesn't pull any punches.   Why?  Because the TRUTH has no agenda.


This audio picks up with Beck talking about his head spontaneously exploding due to Obama's fairy-tales about history, class warfare and income equality - all adding up to the fundamental transformation of America.

Here's the Audio:

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Monday, December 5, 2011

Obama’s top 10 constitutional violations

The following is from http://dailycaller.com.  I feel so strongly about  exposing Obama that I took the liberty of posting some of dailycallers content.  Please continue on to their site and read the rest of this.  (I put a link to this story on the bottom of this post).


Then, do as I did:  Share the dailycaller story  to all your friends on twitter/facebook.  We can't trust the media to tell the truth anymore, so we have to do it ourselves.  


Here's the story:


"It’s a good thing that Americans are taking their founding document seriously. After all, the Constitution is the font of all federal power. Its carefully crafted structural provisions that we learned about in grade school, such as the separation of powers and checks and balances, are not merely an application of political theory.

“Federalism is more than an exercise in setting the boundary between different institutions of government for their own integrity,” Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote for a unanimous Supreme Court earlier this year. “By denying any one government complete jurisdiction over all the concerns of public life,” Kennedy continued, “federalism protects the liberty of the individual from arbitrary power.” If the federal government acts outside the scope of its delegated and carefully enumerated powers, then it’s no better than an armed mob.

The Obama administration and its allies in Congress have perpetrated more than their share of such mob-like actions. While it’s hard to narrow them down, here’s my stab at the government’s top 10 constitutional violations since President Obama took office.

1. The individual mandate

No list of President Obama’s constitutional violations would be complete without including the requirement that every American purchase health insurance, on penalty of civil fine. The individual mandate is unprecedented and exceeds Congress’s power to regulate interstate commerce. If it is allowed to stand, Congress will be able to impose any kind of economic mandate as part of any kind of national regulatory scheme. Fortunately, the Supreme Court has a chance to strike this down during its current term.

2. Medicaid coercion

The Court will also be taking up Obamacare’s massive intrusion on federal-state relations in the form of a coercive Medicaid expansion. The law compels states to drastically increase their Medicaid expenditures and reorganize their health care bureaucracies, on penalty of losing all (not just additional) Medicaid funds. No state contemplated such a program when it signed onto Medicaid — Arizona was the last to join, in 1982 — and now no state can afford to withdraw. Indeed, even if some withdrawal mechanism existed, withdrawn states’ taxpayers would still be funding complying states’ Medicaid programs. As the Supreme Court held in South Dakota v. Dole, there comes a point when “the financial inducement offered by Congress might be so coercive as to pass the point at which pressure turns into compulsion.”

3. The Independent Payment Advisory Board (a.k.a. “The Death Panel”)

IPAB is the group of 15 presidential appointees who, beginning in 2014, are tasked with reducing Medicare spending. Any decisions IPAB makes automatically become law that can only be overridden by a three-fifths majority vote in the Senate. Unlike other federal agencies, IPAB is subject to no external review — no public notification in advance of proposed rules or opportunity for comment, no administrative guidelines and no judicial review. Medicare comprises about 13 percent of the federal budget, so that’s an awesome amount of power for Congress to delegate to unelected executive-branch bureaucrats. Indeed, it’s so basic a violation of traditional separation of powers that there’s no historical analog. The Goldwater Institute has filed a strong lawsuit challenging this (yet another) unprecedented aspect of Obamacare, which will continue wending its way through the lower courts regardless of how the Supreme Court rules on the individual mandate and Medicaid-coercion issues.

4. The Chrysler bailout

Building on the Bush administration’s illegal use of TARP funds to bail out the auto industry, the Obama administration bullied Chrysler’s secured creditors — who were entitled to “absolute priority” — into accepting 30 cents on the dollar, while junior creditors such as labor unions received much more. This subversion of creditor rights violates not just bankruptcy law but also the Constitution’s Takings and Due Process Clauses. This blatant crony capitalism — government-directed industrial policy to help political insiders — discourages investors and generally undermines confidence in American rule of law.

FIND THE REST OF OBAMA'S VIOLATIONS HERE AT DAILYCALLER.COM

Obama - The Anti-Israel President

If you're not watching GBTV, you don't know what's going on. Trouble is coming and you have to prepare for really bad times.


This isn't a Democrat/Republican thing.  This is about good versus evil.  That said, which side are you on?



This video aired on GBTV Dec 5, 2011.

New Christmas Carol for Politically Correct Businesses - Lets all Follow this Plan

If they would rather say, "happy holiday, more power to them. I'll choose not to shop there. How about you?


Merry Christmas!

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Republican Primary Candidates - Conservablogger Revised Opinions

Okay,  we've got just a few candidates left in the Republican Primary  that I would be comfortable voting for.

Here are  my opinions of the candidates:

Romney is out because he's a RINO who has no solid convictions.  He seems to tell folks what they want to hear, flip-flopping like a landed trout.  He's also the one we are being force-fed by the traditional Republican machine.

Perry is out because of his lack of conviction on illegal immigration... that illegals (undocumented residents) should not get preferential treatment or  tuition breaks. He's another candidate we were being spoon-fed by the traditional Republican  machine.

Cain is out because he is actually out.

Gingrich is out because he 'sat in a tree with Palosi' singing kumbiyah over bullcrap climate science.  Too bad too.  I actually like his knowledge on subjects important to the person who occupies  the presidency.

Ron Paul is out because he, sadly, has some views of foreign policy regarding Israel, that I can't support.  If not for that, I'd probably support this guy.

Huntsman, I never considered him because he's an Obama appointee who was the Amabssador to China.  That's not to say he has done anything - I know of - to discount him, but Obama wouldn't have selected him if he weren't a yes man.  That means he's a RINO too. (in my sad opinion).

Who does that leave?  Bachman and Santorum.

I think Michele Bachman knows the gravity of the upcoming election the most, and she's the only one stressing its importance.  Additionally, she seems to know better than anyone what it's going to take to save our Republic.  She also has good foreign policy experience being on an important cabinet position as Congresswoman.

Rick Santorum?  So far, he hasn't messed up in a way that's made the news.  To be honest, I don't actually know enought about him to formulat an accurate opinion. I do know he is a true conservative and lots of conservatives appreciate his convictions.

So, up to this point, If I were voting tomorrow I would vote for Bachman. 


Then the question arises, could Michele Bachman beat Obama in the November election?  I think once she can devote her resources to exposing Obama's failed policies, she'll do great.

The media who, backed by unions and government, will be doing everything in its vast sphere of influence to re-elect Obama, but if Bachman clearly and passionately explains how her policies  are better for America, she'll still win. 

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Obama union stooge: time to "crack the whip"‏

The following was in my e-mail this evening.  I thought I'd pass it along to you.  By all means, feel free to e-mail and/or share on twitter/facebook.

Dear Daniel,

Obama's top union stooge at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) revealed this week he will be "cracking the whip" to ram through one more major Big Labor power-grab by the end of the year.

And American workers will bear the brunt of the damage when NLRB Chairman Mark Pearce, a former union lawyer, crams through yet another backdoor payoff to the union bosses.

You see, just a few months ago, the NLRB proposed a radical change to union certification election procedures that would open up workers across the country to harassment and intimidation by aggressive union organizers.

Under the proposed rules, union organizers would ambush workers with quick-snap elections.

The scheme denies employees sufficient time to counter union-boss propaganda, educate themselves and coworkers about the effects of unionization, and organize in opposition to the union.

In addition to your National Right to Work Foundation's formal comments, Right to Work supporters and other concerned citizens sprung into action during the public comment period.

Over 65,000 comments poured in -- the vast majority against the proposed scheme.

In fact, after only 17,000 comments had been filed, one former Board member told the press that he hasn't seen the public turn up the heat on the NLRB like this in almost 40 years.

But despite the strong public outcry, the two former union lawyers on the NLRB are desperate to advance ambush elections by the end of the year.

With the 2012 elections less than a year away, the unelected bureaucrats in the Obama Administration know they are running out of time to pay back the Big Labor bosses who spent over a Billion Dollars in 2008 on politicking.

But there's another reason Mark Pearce is "cracking the whip" right now.

On December 31, the term of NLRB Member Craig Becker expires, leaving the board with only two members -- short of the three the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last year the Board needs to make rules and issue decisions.

As you may know, former SEIU and AFL-CIO union lawyer Becker infamously called secret ballot elections "profoundly undemocratic," and grassroots opposition to his appointment stalled his nomination in the U.S. Senate.

After President Obama installed Becker as a recess appointee, Becker has made a mockery out of the Obama White House's toothless ethics policy by refusing to recuse himself from cases in which he has clear conflicts of interest.

Notably, Becker has participated in cases involving SEIU affiliates and local unions.

But as the Wall Street Journal pointed out, "No one understands better than Mr. Becker the deep organizational and financial ties between the SEIU and its locals, having been the attorney who crafted national legal strategies for use by SEIU locals everywhere."

Now before Becker's term expires, Pearce and Becker are pushing to speed one more job-killing Big Labor payoff through the Board.

National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys have opposed ambush elections and other power-grabs at the NLRB every step of the way.

Your
continued support allows the Foundation to devote the resources we need to expose these behind-the-scenes maneuvers in the press and challenge them in court.

Thank you for your partnership in these trying times.

Sincerely,
Conservablogger Comment:

These people make me sick.  If their actions by the NLRB don't scream, "MARXISM", no actions ever have!  We used to tell our children when they were defiant of our authority that they were, "too big for their britches".  I think this characterization applies to our government.  Don't you?