Monthly Archives: October 2012

Obama yet to confirm ‘terrorist’ act in Libya

And he will never acknowledge this. The guy is Muslim and his heart is with Islam. The evidence is overwhelming. Moreover, the guy was NOT born in the USA and most certainly was born in Kenya. The evidence for that is also overwhelming.

And here is the upshot: The guy does not bleed red, white, and blue.

Isn’t that clear by now?

Despite numerous public events including a speech at the United Nations and two presidential debates, President Obama still hasn’t publicly and plainly acknowledged to Americans that terrorists killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans in Libya on Sept. 11.

via Obama yet to confirm ‘terrorist’ act in Libya – Washington Times.

Threats to Assassinate Romney Explode After Debate

The “mind” of the left has been spoken and written about extensively in the last four years. I’ve contribute a little to the corpus of thought with my novel, By Force Of Patriots, with my creation of Saul Alinsky’s Rules 13 and 14, and with my first and second articles on the Obamacare decision from Chief Justice John Roberts.

One thesis running through my writing is that minions on the left resort to any and all tactics, regardless of ethics, regardless of truth, regardless of the law, when they suspect they might not get their way. This comes from the general Marxist doctrine that the “ends” justify the “means” as so amply demonstrated by Saul Alinsky’s Rules 1-12.

So, here we see this Marxism front and center with death threats–just as Romney seems poised to unseat the traitorous Muslim in the office of the President.

However, the major networks have remained completely silent on the disturbing trend of Obama supporters threatening to resort to violence if their candidate fails to secure a second term.

via » Threats to Assassinate Romney Explode After Debate Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!.

Andy Kessler: The Incredible Bain Jobs Machine –

This is the truth about modern business and jobs.

It’s the same story elsewhere. Apple employs just 47,000 people, and Google under 25,000. Like Staples, they have destroyed many old jobs, like making paper maps and pink “While You Were Out” notepads. But by lowering the cost of doing business they’ve enabled innumerable entrepreneurs to start new businesses and employ hundreds of thousands, even millions, of workers world-wide—all while capital gets redeployed more effectively.

via Andy Kessler: The Incredible Bain Jobs Machine –

Coal miners ask Obama to stop ‘absolute lies’ – Steubenville, Wintersville, Toronto, Mingo, Weirton, Jefferson County | News, Sports, Jobs,

Something made clear in Obama’s America 2016 is that he seeks to lessen the economic and military strength of the USA while increasing those attributes of countries he sees has having been exploited by America.

So, his policies are to destroy our energy sources and to make us more dependent on oil from countries that hate us–namely Venezuela and all the Arab states.

Coal miners at the American Energy Corp. Century Mine said they want President Barack Obama to stop what they term the war on coal – and to stop spreading mistruths about them.

via Coal miners ask Obama to stop ‘absolute lies’ – Steubenville, Wintersville, Toronto, Mingo, Weirton, Jefferson County | News, Sports, Jobs,

Seems my defense of Justice Roberts has encouraged some discussion…

Seems I’ve stirred the pot. This is just an except of a pretty long piece attacking my defense of the Chief Justice…

Dissenting Justices Scalia, Kennedy, Thomas and Alito devastingly characterized these “principles” as “verbal wizardry” and “forbidden…sophist[ry]. Instead of responding to this, attorney Cameron Reddy, an apologist for apologist Franck, further illustrates lawyerly sophistry. In the words of early judicial review critic John Gibson, he “take[s] for granted the very thing to be proved,” baldly denying the contradiction is what it is.

First, Reddy changes the subject. Instead of answering the 2012 joint dissent, he turns to what Justice Story wrote — in 1833 — to justify Roberts’ assertion that those who don’t like ObamaCare should rely on elections. In essence, Reddy appeals to the authority of a long-dead justice to justify the impropriety of a very much alive chief justice.

via ESR | October 15, 2012 | Chief Justice Roberts, Obamacare and the Supreme Court emperors’ clothes: Are justices uniquely honest angels?.

Fake polls and fake numbers…

U.S. consumer sentiment unexpectedly rose to its highest level in five years in October as consumers became more optimistic about the overall economy in a possible boost to President Obama’s reelection hopes next month.

via Consumer Sentiment Rises Unexpectedly to 5-Year High – US Business News – CNBC.

Does anyone believe a word of this?

Fraudulent numbers like this report serve no more to help leftists than calling the Tea Party racist and  non-existent.

The facts are the facts. The Tea Party exists in strength and it is not racist. Calling it otherwise does not change the reality. The people are there and they know who and what they are. And they plan to vote.

Similarly, consumer sentiment is in the tank and everyone on the street knows it. Fake numbers do not change that fact.

All reports like this do is reinforce the notion among Americans that we are now living in something akin to the Soviet Union, when propaganda reigned king. Or was it dictator?

Jack Welch Was Right About That Strange Jobs Report

Excellent article explaining the foolishness of the absurd 7.8% unemployment numbers. And how he was attacked for suggesting they were phony…

Imagine a country where challenging the ruling authorities—questioning, say, a piece of data released by central headquarters—would result in mobs of administration sympathizers claiming you should feel “embarrassed” and labeling you a fool, or worse.

Soviet Russia perhaps? Communist China? Nope, that would be the United States right now, when a person (like me, for instance) suggests that a certain government datum (like the September unemployment rate of 7.8%) doesn’t make sense.

Here is the bottom line:

The reality is the economy is experiencing a weak recovery. Everything points to that, particularly the overall employment level, which is 143 million people today, compared with 146 million people in 2007.

via Jack Welch: I Was Right About That Strange Jobs Report –

U.S. top earners pay larger share of taxes than any other industrialized nation – Washington Times

This puts the Lie to Obama’s mantra that the rich don’t pay their fair share…

“The United States is actually more dependent on rich people to pay taxes than even many of the more socialized economies of Europe. According to the Tax Foundation, the United States gets 45 percent of its total taxes from the top 10 percent of tax filers, whereas the international average in industrialized nations is 32 percent. America’s rich carry a larger share of the tax burden than do the rich in Belgium (25 percent), Germany (31 percent), France (28 percent), and even Sweden (27 percent).”

via PICKET: New book shows U.S. top earners pay larger share of taxes than any other industrialized nation – Washington Times.

Unions make a stand for fixed rights in Michigan – Washington Times

The public unions, that is, unions of government employees,  want their collective bargaining rights codified in Michigan’s State Constitution.

This is such an arrogant overreach that it is breathtaking. Even FDR spoke against the ability of government employees to form unions, saying that such a situation was “unthinkable and intolerable.” George Meany — the former president of the A.F.L.-C.I.O, agreed, and in 1955 said, “It is impossible to bargain collectively with the government.”

The reason is the conflict of interest. If the union bargains with politicians for their rights, the unions will simply funnel dues money back to the politicians who gave them whatever they were asking in the bargaining process. It’s completely incestuous. And everyone has know it for the last 70 years.

It’s also been explained like this:

The founders of the labor movement viewed unions as a vehicle to get workers more of the profits they help create. Government workers, however, don’t generate profits. They merely negotiate for more tax money. When government unions strike, they strike against taxpayers. F.D.R. considered this “unthinkable and intolerable.”

Government collective bargaining means voters do not have the final say on public policy. Instead their elected representatives must negotiate spending and policy decisions with unions. That is not exactly democratic – a fact that unions once recognized.

Moreover, the situation:

“It turns government unions into a superlegislature,” said F. Vincent Vernuccio, labor policy director of the pro-market Mackinac Center for Public Policy in Midland, Mich., which calls the measure costly and overreaching. “If passed, it will give government unions an effective veto over legislation passed by elected representatives.” Unions make a stand for fixed rights in Michigan – Washington Times.

Clearly, the proposal to put this right into the Michigan Constitution should be defeated.

“Looks Like He Took My Million and Spent it All on Weed”

Barry’s pot smoking days are legendary. He used to sit in a car with his “Choom” gang, roll up the windows, and inhale every last molecule of pot smoke, craning their necks to the roof of the car where the last of the smoke would accumulate… So, this comment from a huge Barry donor, Bill Maher, is apropos:

“He looked tired. He had trouble getting his answers out. Looks like he took my million and spent it all on weed!”

via Big Super PAC Donor on Obama: ‘Looks Like He Took My Million and Spent it All on Weed’ | The Weekly Standard.

‘Misunderstanding’ over Islamic art sparks near-riot

The Religion of Peace and Insanity…

A Moroccan artist on Wednesday suspended one of his works from a major arts festival in southern France after his projections of Islamic calligraphy onto a bridge nearly set off a riot when local Muslim youths saw pedestrians walking on the words.

‘Misunderstanding’ over Islamic art sparks near-riot – FRANCE – FRANCE 24.

By Force of Patriots; 8/10 stars book review, author: Cameron Reddy – YouTube

I’ll take 8/10 stars from a “Mountain Man’s” review of my book!

By Force of Patriots, will appeal more to the intellectual or female reader, it is over 500 pages long and contains quite a bit of romance between the constitutional law professor and the ex-wife of the leader of the patriot movement. It also contains a villain that is the overzealous radical that wishes to take over the patriot organization. Therefore I will give it 8/10 stars, for me it is a little bit heavy on the female side of romantic description for me. But then again I am a guy so what do you expect.

By Force of Patriots; book review, author: Cameron Reddy – YouTube.

It’s Over | Power Line

This is most heartening. As many of you know, I couldn’t watch it… but I am cautiously optimistic given articles like this:

Through the evening, Romney came across as the competent executive, in command and optimistic. Obama was the defeated, out of ammo failure whose ideas have been tried and found wanting. I don’t know how the Democrats will try to spin this one, but it just doesn’t matter. There was only one credible leader on the stage tonight, and it wasn’t our failed president. This was a huge night for the cause of freedom, one from which, one hopes, Obama can’t recover. The pitiful figure that we saw tonight was the real Obama, the loser behind the curtain who is finally revealed as an utter hoax.

via It’s Over | Power Line.

My personal irony… if Barry wins, my book sales will jump…

If Barry wins reelection my book sales will almost certainly jump–and for good reason!

So, you might expect that I would hope for that scenario.

Well, you would be wrong. The thought of Barry retaining dictatorial control of our country is literally making me sick.

I cannot watch the debates. I will not watch the debates.

No way, no how.

Someone just tell me when the nightmare is over. Please.

This is what a polster said under oath a few years ago…

Hickman testified that when circulating the polls, he didn’t much care if they were accurate. “I didn’t necessarily take any of these as for—as you would say, for the truth of the matter. I took them more as something that could be used as propaganda for the campaign,” the veteran pollster said.

via Harrison Hickman: John Edwards’s pollster under oath –

I wonder how many of you feel like me. It’s like I’m watching my favorite college football team begin to self-destruct. Sometimes I just can’t watch it. I get up and walk away.

This is the problem I’m having with Romney. I see him doing so little of what he could do… he is so damn driven to not upset anyone that he says nothing of substance. Keep in mind, this is because he knows the liberal media will skewer anything he says… So, again, the media is the real culprit in this country…

I’m closing my eyes. I can’t watch.