Sunday, February 7, 2010

CFP: Obama propagandizes you through your own phone

The same president who speaks to you through a TelePrompter is well on his way to propagandizing the population through a free App on Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.

One week before President Barack Obama’s defiant State of the Union Address, the White House announced the new White House App available for Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. “The White House App delivers dynamic content from to the palm of your hand. (Dave Cole, White House blog, Jan. 19, 2010).

Monday, April 13, 2009

Republicans Must Stop Vote Fraud or Lose

The following is a message from the Republican National Lawyers Association via NewsMax. I normally don't pass along paid advertising, but there's some good thoughts / info in here so I'm bending my own rules. I have taken out all but one plea for monetary assistance at the very end. If you're inclined to help, that's great -- it sounds like a great cause. I just didn't like the idea of sharing something that asked you for money, good info or not.

Dear Reader:

Last week Bill O'Reilly on Fox News exposed the fact that the New York Times killed a story about the relationship between ACORN and the Obama campaign conspired in the 2008 election. Other media outlets refuse to disclose how ACORN uses vote fraud to steal elections.
When a paper like the New York Times hides the truth, we live in worrisome times.
At stake is nothing more than our democratic freedoms and way of life.

As you may know, we at the Republican National Lawyers Association have been fighting for a fair election in Minnesota.

On election night, Republican Norm Coleman led by 725 votes. But after a "recount" and questionable activities by the state's liberal Secretary of State, Franken now leads.
We have been fighting and so far Al Franken has yet to be seated.

Franken's Outrage

But we were shocked last week when the three judge panel in Minnesota decided that it is okay to treat voters in different parts of Minnesota differently, instead of treating all voters equally. The judges have basically said that the Equal Protection Clause of the US Constitution does not apply in Minnesota.

And in New York, lawyers are already battling over absentee and military ballots in the special election to fill a vacant seat for Congress. RNLA Members are there right now, helping ensure the vote counting is as fair as possible.

The results show a dead heat, and absentee ballots are crucial. These ballots usually favor the Republicans but at the urging of the Democrat Candidate’s lawyer the counting of absentee ballots is going ahead before the deadline for receipt of absentee ballots from our military and overseas voters even occurs!

Once again, Democrats are trying to disenfranchise military voters because soldiers are perceived to favor Republicans.

This is why our work at the Republican National Lawyers Association is so critical.

Your help is also critical — please support our efforts.

We are the leading group in the Republican Party fighting to ensure that elections are honest and that voters, not lawyers or judges, decide the elections.

Already, we helped stop Harry Reid from seating Al Franken in the Senate as a Senator before the Minnesota Election Process is completed.

We fought for military voters and as a result of the ongoing pressure of groups like the RNLA, the New York Board of Elections initially extended the deadline for the return of military ballots so that the ballots have a chance to get back from places such as Iraq and Afghanistan. Republicans will keep fighting until those votes are counted.

But these are just battles in a longer struggle.

ACORN's Dirty Tricks

Years ago the left realized if they can't win at the ballot box, they could work the process. George Soros backed liberals in various states who became Secretary of State — the chief state officer who usually controls the election process.

The Democrats in Congress worked hard to give liberal groups like ACORN billions — to "register" voters. There have been widespread charges, prosecutions, convictions and allegations of fraud against groups like ACORN.

We need to do what the left has done. We need to organize and prepare. The 2010 elections are fast approaching. We need to train lawyers who will protect your right to vote and have it count!
We also need to expose groups like ACORN — in both the courts and the media.

You can help us do that!

U.S. House Judiciary Chairman John Conyers [D-MI] was so alarmed by the Testimony of RNLA's First Vice President Heather Heidelbaugh about ACORN's activities that he called for a hearing on ACORN.

But other Democrats, led by Subcommittee Chair Jerrold Nadler [D-NY] objected saying there was "no credible evidence" against ACORN.

Even though Mel Watt [D-NC] stated in the same hearing: "I would even stipulate if I were in court that voter fraud does in fact take place. I might even stipulate that ACORN or some of its employees have participated in voter fraud."

But we have more evidence that will force the truth about ACORN out.

As revealed on O’Reilly, New York Times Reporter Stephanie Strom stated in a phone call to an ACORN informant: "I've been asked by my bosses to stand down" and stop reporting on ACORN. This reporter also detailed how the Obama campaign refused to talk about how they gave their donor list to ACORN. The reporter states: "the campaign insisted on speaking only on background. When I asked why, I got the barrage I described earlier. Cleary, I have hit a nerve."

But the liberal New York Times killed the story.

We Need to Prepare Now for the Next Election

We are not afraid to expose this fraud.

The RNLA is working hard to get the truth out.

Congressional Hearings, the press and legal proceedings to stop ACORN.

Whatever it takes, we will fight groups like ACORN.

Your help to us critical in our fight, please donate today.

But we must start early and now. Our urgent effort needs your help.

We believe our country's future depends on fair elections — not a sham process one finds in banana republics.

Help us stop the shady political operatives, left wing lawyers, ACORN, and liberal judges.

With your help we can do it.

Michael Thielen
Executive Director RNLA

P.S. Congress earmarked billions in Obama's stimulus for ACORN. This is why we need your help, and why we need to keep fighting to stop election fraud. Whatever happens in Minnesota or New York, we know many future battles lie ahead. We need to prepare today for tomorrow. Please help us in this vital effort — Go Here Now.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Another snafu by the Prez

We didn't invent the automobile as the Prez noted in his speech to Congress recently.
He's admitted the Kennedy's didn't pay to have his father brought to the states.
He's picked one snarky tax-dodger after another for his Cabinet.
He trashed the British Prime Minister.
He's stooped to going after Rush Limbaugh and Krammer (not very Presidential Mr. Obama). He came up with the most ridiculous excuse I've ever heard to justify bending to Pelosi-Reid's Omnibus spending debacle.
He promised no earmarks yet his "reform" allows for some earmarks (those HE likes? those Pelosi uses for leverage?).
He gave money to Hamas to rebuild dissing Israel (where's there money for rebuilding after Hamas trashed their country Mr. Obama?).

Those are just a few that immediately popped into my mind. I could go on and on and on.

Here's the latest via The Hill. Yes, it's small, but you'd think someone would do a fact check for the guy. AND, you'd think the almighty press would be having a bit of fun with this as they did when President Bush was in office. (I hear the guffaws, control yourself, get off the floor, stop laughing I tell you, stop!)

Obama Gets Kennedy History Wrong — Ask Sammy Davis
Doug Heye

"President Kennedy didn't have the luxury of choosing between civil rights and sending us to the moon," President Obama lectured us during his education speech yesterday.

Unfortunately, the president has his history wrong. It was LBJ, not JFK, who signed the Voting Rights Act.

JFK's civil rights legacy is better defined by two incidents involving Sammy Davis Jr., who campaigned for Kennedy in 1960: Kennedy's disinviting Davis to the Inauguration and, as noted in Wil Haygood's In Black and White, telling an aide at a White House reception with prominent black leaders, "What's he doing here? Get them out of here!" while having Davis and his wife escorted out. You see, Davis was married at the time to actress May Britt, a white woman, and Kennedy didn't want to risk alienating Southern Democrats by being photographed with an interracial couple.

"Sammy Davis wrote a book called Yes, I Can. I sent him a wire and said, 'No, you can't,' " Frank Sinatra would joke on stage, but JFK's shabby treatment of Davis was no joke — and no profile in courage for civil rights.

Given Obama's appropriation of Sammy's book title (and his song), one would think he knows that.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Phyllis Schlafly: E-Verify Is a "Shovel-Ready" Solution

Phyllis Schlafly: E-Verify Is a "Shovel-Ready" Solution
Contrary to the liberals' no-can-do approach toward our wide-open borders, at least three "shovel-ready" solutions are readily available to close dangerous gaps in our border security.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Obama’s Stimulus Will Cause 'Lower Wages' for American Workers, Says Congressional Budget Office

( – The huge economic stimulus package that President Obama signed into law Tuesday will result in “lower wages” for American workers, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).

I haven't heard one good thing that's going to come out of the so-called stimulus package. I know the O says it's going to create jobs, but enough to warrant spending that much money?

I saw a bit on the news last night showing that the stimulus was already putting people to work. They showed a construction crew working and said they went back to work as a result of the stimulus.

Now, for one thing, it was an ongoing construction site with pipes and pilings already in the ground. For another, the money hasn't gotten anywhere yet.

I would "assume" they were implying that the city or county called the guys the minute the stimulus was signed and said, hey, we're going to be getting some money so go back to work tomorrow???

Whatever. I think it's just media-O-love at work.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Let's Make Sarah's Video #1

Go cast your vote for Sarah's video!

If you're an AOL user, be sure to rate the video and leave a comment. Looks like the usual suspects are out to trash our lovely lady...

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Obama’s Take out The Trash Day Networks help new administration side-step abortion controversy.

by Colleen Raezler, Culture and Media Institute

Former President George W. Bush reinstated a policy in 2001 that restricted foreign countries using American dollars for abortions. CBS political consultant Craig Crawford called the action “red meat to the Bible Belt conservatives.”

Just three days after taking office, President Barack Obama rescinded the Mexico City Policy, a policy set into place by Ronald Reagan that prohibited American funding for foreign abortions. Have the media called it red meat for liberals? No. They’ve mostly been silent.

Signing on the Sneak

Obama signed the executive order late on Jan. 23, the day after the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. It was also Friday, a moment that TIME magazine’s Amy Sullivan called, “a time traditionally reserved for the release of information an administration would like to bury.” During the Clinton administration, Friday afternoon was the time for “document dumps,” when the scandal-ridden White House released embarrassing pieces of its paper trail.

Even Hollywood recognizes the timing for what it is – a calculated strategy to avoid tough press. Characters in the liberal political drama “The West Wing” refer to such days as “take out the trash day.” “The West Wing,” by the way, is a show whose ultimate fantasy -- a young, Democratic congressman from nowhere becoming president --fulfilled in Obama’s election.

Sullivan reported that Obama “wants to turn down the heat on an issue that has defined and divided American politics for more than three decades” and based on the media coverage of his decision, it seems to have worked.

CBS and NBC barely mentioned the change in policy during the Jan. 23, 2009 Evening News and Nightly News broadcasts. On the Saturday “Early Show,” CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier noted during a wrap-up of the president’s first few days in office that “Mr. Obama also quietly stepped into the abortion debate” with his executive order that overturned the ban on funding for foreign abortions.

Only ABC acknowledged the controversial nature of Obama’s decision, two days after the fact during World News Sunday. Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi noted that the president hoped “not to provoke anti-abortion groups” with the order, and that “it didn’t work.” Alfonsi also featured Tony Perkins, president of the pro-life Family Research Council, who said that Obama “does not have consensus and support from, from the majority of Americans” on social issues.

No networks reported the fact that in a 55-page “wish list” sent to the Obama-Biden transition team by abortion rights groups, reinstating American funding for foreign abortions topped the list with regard to international matters.

Bush “Pleased” the Right

What a difference from eight years ago. Then, Crawford wasn’t the only person accusing Bush of playing politics.

Dan Rather, “CBS Evening News” anchor, introduced a Jan. 22, 2001 report on Bush’s reinstatement of the policy by calling it “something to quickly please the right flank in his party.” John Roberts, chief White House correspondent at CBS, noted “the president waded into controversy on this first day” and “in a nod to anti-abortion groups…announced he’ll cut federal funding to organizations that provide family planning and abortion counseling overseas.”

Roberts’ report also featured criticism by Gloria Feldt, then-president of Planned Parenthood, “The fundamental human and civil right to make our own child-bearing choices is at greater threat than it has been anytime in the 28 years since Roe vs. Wade was decided.” Feldt’s comment re-aired during CBS’ Jan. 23, 2001” The Early Show.” CBS failed to provide a pro-life counterpoint to Feldt.

ABC White House correspondent Terry Moran said Bush’s decision was “designed to appeal to anti-abortion conservatives” on the Jan. 22, 2001 “World News Tonight.”

Newsweek’s Howard Fineman told NBC’s Matt Lauer during the Jan. 23, 2001 “Today” that with the executive order stopping the flow of American money to foreign abortion providers, “George W. Bush following a plan. Secure the base. The Christian right is fundamental to the Republican Party and to his presidency.”

Later in the same broadcast, anchor Ann Curry ignored the pro-life support Bush enjoyed as a result of his executive order. She reported, “Abortion rights supporters are condemning the president’s order Monday, restoring a Reagan-era ban on U.S. funding of overseas family planning groups that advocate abortion.”

Explain and Inform

One thing remained constant in the network coverage from then until Obama’s overturning of the Mexico City Policy: no explanation of the policy aside from as ABC’s Chris Cuomo noted on the Jan. 23, 2009 Good Morning America, “the policy was put in place by Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton overturned, but it was reinstituted by George W. Bush.”

But the same day, Family Research Council’s Tom McClusky succinctly explained the policy and what it means now that Obama has rescinded it:

In as little words as possible, the Mexico City policy halts U.S. family planning funds from going to foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that perform abortions or "actively promote" abortion as a method of family planning in other countries… The effect of President Obama rescinding the Mexico City Policy is that now millions ($461 million in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2008) of dollars are taken away from family planning groups that do not promote abortion, and delivered into the hands of organizations that are the most militant in promoting abortion as a population-control method - especially in countries that find abortion objectionable on moral grounds.

ABC may not have covered the story immediately or explained the policy, but the network did recognize that allowing organizations to spend American dollars on abortion is not accepted by all. CBS and NBC failed the American public by not explaining what the policy does and also by not holding Obama to the same scrutiny they held Bush to back in 2001.

Related stories:

Shhh. Obama Repeals the Abortion Gag Rule, Very Quietly
Obama Revokes Abortion Funding Policy, Will Fund Overseas Abortions with Taxpayer Money

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Monday, January 26, 2009

Do your part to stop the stimulus package

I've signed the no stimulus petition and I hope you will, too. This is from Janet who has the Read My Lipstick Network:

I don't normally send out group emails, but this one is SO critical. Let's make this viral! We only have TWO days left to stop the stimulus. Visit for details on the bill then be sure to go to and sign the petition. Don't stop there, call Congress, write letters, post blogs, send emails, send faxes! If enough people call and voice their opinion we CAN stop the stimulus.

Join me in taking a stand in the first major policy battle of President Obama's Administration.
You've seen the coverage of the approximately $1 trillion debt scheme pushed by Speaker Pelosi and President Obama that's being called the "Stimulus Package."

Sadly, many politicians in Washington, DC really believe that driving our nation even deeper into debt and using our money for wasteful government spending boondoggles is the way to get us out of the current recession.

These political leaders don't realize that massive deficits, higher taxes, wasteful spending and heavy-handed regulation are primary reasons for the current recession.

You can fight back today by visiting and joining the growing army of taxpayers saying NO by signing Americans for Prosperity’s petition to stop this disastrous trillion-dollar debt scheme, known as the “Stimulus Package.”

It is critical that we send a loud and clear message to DC politicians that ordinary citizens simply cannot afford the crushing burden and devastating consequences of this initiative.

Please act now to make your voice heard -- and encourage your friends and family to do the same -- by signing AFP’s petition at

Read My Lipstick Network

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Hey Libs...

I just learned that anyone who uses the term "libs" is considered trash. You have to take into consideration that the one calling me (or anyone using the term lib) trash has a rather trashy mouth and obviously a whole lotta hate swirling around inside their gut.

I sure wish people could get past the hate. I don't hate my lib friends, who by the way, have no problem with the title. We cut up and have a good time. They wouldn't support Sarah Palin any more than I'd support Barack Obama, but we can have intelligent conversations without rancor.

Ah well, people's words tell a lot about their character.

I do think it's sad that the fringes cause so much turmoil. There are fringe elements on both side of the aisle. It doesn't take much to set them off. Fortunately, the majority of us can agree to disagree and still be willing to sit in the same room without spitting at each other. Unfortunately, the fringe element catches attention and oft times manages to intimidate the middle.

One thing I've noticed about the Sarah Palin haters is they don't seem to know much about her. They simply repeat talking points that have no basis in fact or reality.

I have to run, going to meet some of my lib... left... progressive... whatever you want to call 'em, along with some independent and conservative, friends to work on a charity project... together... in harmony... I'll let the libs know they're conspiring with trash to do good.

Monday, January 5, 2009

Been a while!

Sorry I haven't been writing much this past month, I've been extremely, extremely busy at work and in my personal life. I'm still supporting Sarah 5000%. I'm reading and watching the news and can't believe they're still attacking her! Give it up already. It's hard to change a liberal's mind once they've been brainwashed. Facts just don't get in the way once their leaders have spread the word.

Remember that movie "The Time Machine"? Like lemmings the libs play until the siren sounds, then they trek to their destruction. It is SO frustrating at times when I see the obvious twisting of information and hear the bots mouthing the mantra without ever being able to back up things up with facts.

When I ask "how do you know this or that" the answer is something along the lines of "everyone knows it's true". Everyone doesn't include yours truly!

I'm back and I'm blogging to support Sarah. Hope you all have the best new year you can with you-know-who at the helm trying to ruin our democracy.