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The President of the United States and the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the land – what a disgrace!

It is a very true statement that the fish rots from the head down.

From April of 2009, on obama’s 100th day in office:

Obama targets tea bags at town hall

At his 100th-day town hall meeting in St. Louis Wednesday, President Barack Obama took direct aim at the anti-tax “tea party” demonstrations that have cropped up over the last month and took a veiled shot at the Fox News Channel, the cable news network closely associated with the protests.


“Those of you who are watching certain news channels on which I’m not very popular, and you see folks waving tea bags around, Obama said, “let me just remind them that I am happy to have a serious conversation about how we are going to cut our health care costs down over the long term, how we are going to stabilize Social Security.”

So as early as April, 2009, when he said the above, he sent his message to all that the tea party was to be targeted.  In essense, they are just “folks waving tea bags around” – not citizens of the country he is supposed to represent.

And then no later than on May 5 2013 at Ohio State University he said, “They’ll warn that tyranny always lurking just around the corner. You should reject these voices.”  Of course, these are the very same “voices” he was talking about in 2009.  Not even to mention the fact that he slyly cast suspicioun (along with his compliant media) that somehow the bombings in Boston were connected to “Tax Day”.  And we all know who he thinks that would be.

And when you take a look at what has been revealed in the last week, you don’t think that is tyranny?  But this man wants us just to “ignore it”?  Never!



Posted:  05.16.13 A. D.  @6:15 a.m.

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AP wiretaps just a diversion to cover their failure to cover other Obama scandals

I believe the  AP story is either released or maybe even manufactured in order to cover for the press in their derilection of duty in covering all other scandals, including Benghazi and IRS.  This makes it look like the media was also a target of the administration, but I don’t believe it.  Hell, they probably turned it all over to them if they wanted it.

The AP (among most others) but the AP in particular, has been in the back pocket of the obama regime from the beginning.  I think the white house gives AP a story, they print it, and then all others pick it up because it has been given the seal of approval and supposed credibility by AP

Plus there is no way they care about the IRS targeting the tea party, et al, and they have known about it all along.  So they have covered that up, also.  They have all attacked the tea party and participated in the witch hunt..

And we know the entire corrupt media has been covering for the obama corruption and has been participating in the cover-up of Benghazi for months now.

So cry me a river over the AP!

Posted:  05.15.13 A. D. @ 1:50  a.m.

NOTE:  I know for a fact the Reuters was all in on the “video” story.  They had numerous pictures of the Benghazi scene on the internet right after the slaughter and the burning, and on each and every one of the photos, the caption mentioned that this was an uprising caused by “an offensive video insulting Islam.”  I saw this for myself within a day or two of the attack.  Now, this could have come from none other than obama and his administration, because they Made .It. Up.

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Florida Shocker: Cliff Stearns ousted by tea party candidate

In the culmination of a stunning Republican primary contest, U.S. Rep. Cliff Stearns, Gainesville’s representative on Capitol Hill for more than two decades, conceded on Wednesday to the front-runner and tea party favorite, Gainesville resident Ted Yoho.

Yoho’s upset shook the needle on the nation’s political Richter scale.

Stearns’ addition to the roster of those vanquished by tea party candidates was reported Wednesday in major news outlets across the country.

Mother Jones, a liberal magazine, described Yoho’s victory as “perhaps the biggest surprise of the 2012 cycle to date.” The website Politico dubbed it an “unexpected rebuke” to a “rising Republican rock star.”

Yoho, a Gainesville veterinarian making his first bid for elected office, led on Wednesday by 831 votes, state election records showed. That was out of more than 63,000 votes cast.

In an interview with The Sun, Yoho said Stearns called him around noon Wednesday to concede.

“He was very generous, very humble and very classy,” said Yoho, who added that he, in turn, was humbled and honored by the grace with which Stearns bowed out.


“Ted Yoho really outworked him in the campaign,” said Daniel Smith, a political science professor at the University of Florida who followed the election.

Smith said Yoho’s win demonstrates the tea party’s continuing clout two years after its rise to prominence in national politics.


Yoho will now face Democrat J.R. Gaillot and write-in candidates Kenneth Willey,  Michael Ricks and Philip Dodds, who have no party affiliation.

More:  http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/national/article1246033.ece

Posted:  08.16.12 A. D. @ 10:44 a.m.

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Tea Party is Alive and Well, taking the fight from the street to the voting booth

In a speech that began and ended with a standing ovation, Texas candidate for U.S. Senate Ted Cruz took on Obama and the establishment in Washington before an enthusiastic audience at FreedomWorks‘ “FreePAC” event Thursday night at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.

See video of Ted Cruz’ speech at:


Posted:  07.27.12 A. D. @ 1:45 a.m.

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Wisconsin Recall

This is just too good.  I’ve been catching the corrupt media coverage for the last few days, and I thought Bill Clinton was a big hit in Wisconsin, from what was reported.  There was not one mention of the meager crowd for Barrett/Clinton, and, most certainly there was no coverage of the huge republican/tea party support for Walker.  So, check out “Right, Wing-Nut!” blog for photos of the 400 or so attendees at the Barrett rally and the some 4,000 at the Walker rally.  Just too good.   I see Obama bravely tweeted his support of Barrett yesterday, after flying over the state last week.  🙂

Wisconsin Momentum: A Picture Is Worth…

 …a thousand liberal tears. Or a thousand accusations of racism.Here’s Bill Clinton rallying the troops (no pun intended) on behalf of Democrat Tom Barrett. Hmmm…seems like ‘ol Bill has lost some of his mojo among the rank & file, as a mere 400 show up to hear him speak.

See the pictures and rest of the story here:
Posted:  06.05.12 @9:36 a.m

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Tea Party wins in Indiana, Lugar defeated

Presidents come and presidents go and they get all the blame for the dire condition of the country, but the Real culprits are these people who have been in office for 20 years and longer.  Lugar was in office for 35 years and he didn’t even live in Indiana for a lot of that time.  There are plenty of others who have been there for a long time that need to GO.  They are the ones who really have presided over and voted for and participated in the decline of America and they get off scott free for the most part.

So, good.  Dick Lugar is out.  Good riddance.


Mourdock will face democrat Joe Donnelly in the general.

Posted:  05.08.12 @ 9:51 p.m.

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The left keeps talking and revealing themselves

is linking the tea party
movement with the Occupy
Wall Street protests
, saying they both speak to the belief of some Americans
that they are “separated from government.”

In an interview with ABC
News’ Jake Tapper, Obama said he and other leaders need to let those associated
with both movements know that “we understand their struggles and we are on their


The child president has not an honest bone in his body.  I heard Chris Christie make a similar statement yesterday and that’s it for him as far as I’m concerned.

The tea party and occupy have nothing in common.

The tea party Knows what they stand for and they are using the democratic process to achieve it, all amid the hatred from the media and the democrats.

The tea party gatherings had no arrests, no filth, no turning away a black congressman, no protesting the police or messing on their cars, not one single communist or call for revolution.

And NOW the president and democrats and the media and the communists are embracing these riff raff in the streets costing millions in police overtime destroying and dirtying up wherever they go – NOW they want to pull the tea party down into a comparison to them.  NOW they want to co-opt the tea party’s impeccable behavior and compare them to the occupy crowd.

Isn’t it amazing how this occupy group have been built up by the left and the left wing media while the same, the very same people condemed and reviled and lied about the tea party.

They are so filled with hypocrisy as to cause one to be sick.

There’s no more protest of war because now the wars are Obama’s wars.

There’s no criticsm of shooting people down without due process because it’s Obama who is having them shot down.

I just saw a picture of Gadhafi shot in the head and the libos and their mouths on tv are cheering.  Even Saddam Hussein got a trial.  But this is “democracy” breaking out?  Captured alive and then shot in the head?  (Just watched the video.  They executed the man acting like a pack of rabid dogs.  Are we supporting these animals?  This is no democracy. )

And the corrupt media acts as a public relations firm for them.  They pick who will be condoned or condemned.  They pick what will be condoned or condemned.  And they ALWAYS condone and excuse the liberal/lefists no matter what they do or say and have utter contempt for the other side. I’m on the other side and I see and condemn their bias and lies.

Posted:  10.20.11 @1:00 p.m.

Woe to them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and
light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

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