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Mosque supporter curses old man – Pataki tries reason on Chris Matthews

First video is an example of a “loving liberal” mosque supporter cursing out an old man.  Talk about hate speech, anti-Semitism, bigoted intolerance of other opinions, and just plain meanness, this seems to be the spirit of the far left radicals.  Warning:  numerous obscenities are not bleeped out.

Below, Chris Matthews takes on Former Governor of New York, Pataki.  Using reason, Pataki won the debate against Matthews and Eugene Robinson hands down on every point.

See Newsbusters for the full video and a complete transcript.

And about Rauf being at Daniel Pearl’s funeral, Daniel’s father says “move the mosque.”.


Posted:  08.26.10


Filed under Church, Human Interest, Media, patriotism

The fight is on: Citizen rally yesterday and amendment being read in Senate today (Video)

Fight.  Fight.  Fight.

Yesterday (12.15.09) a citizen’s rally was held at the Capitol protesting passage of the health care bill.  Michele Bachman and Laura Ingraham were among the featured speakers.

Today, Senator Tom Coburn, Republican from Oklahoma and medical doctor, has called for the clerk to read in its entirety an amendment on the floor of the Senate, which is in progress now.  It started about 12:00 p.m. on 12.16.09 and it’s 1:39 now.  I don’t know how long it will take to read the amendment presented by Bernie Sanders (the only admitted socialist in the Senate, more than 700 pages.  Good.  And I hear they may require the reading of the whole health care bill, over 9000 pages?  Good, again.  Fight.  Slow it down.  Stop it.  Start over.

Tune in to SPAN to  hear the reading.

See below a video from the Code Red Rally from yesterday:

“We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

Posted 12.16.09


Filed under health care, Human Interest, politics