It’s no secret that Obama has implemented a strategy of apology and appeasement to our enemies but the extent of his control over government agencies to lie on his behalf is alarming. Finally, the liberal media outlets are no longer able to ignore the truth about this failed president – if only because their ratings have tanked so badly as they continued to report lies and protect the most inept presidency since Jimmy Carter.
The coverup in Lybia is like nothing we have ever seen in our lifetime as droves of shameful politicians told bold face lie after bold face lie and completely insulted the collective intelligence of the American people.
Obama is a dictator no better than Chavez who is trying to impose his warped view of the world on Americans who are just realizing how horribly destructive this president is as the so-called leader of the free world. This was a TERRORIST attack. Americans were killed in Lybia by TERRORISTS. That’s it. Bottom line. And, there are a bunch of sick people in the White House trying impose their radical fantasy that if you don’t use the word terrorist, then it isn’t true.
The American people deserve better than this and we all need to stand together as we did on 9/11/2001 and get this crazed maniac out of office.
Congressman Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) is as unlikely a politician as anyone you’ll ever meet. But he’s exactly what we need in Washington – a businessman. Do you think someone like John Kerry has ever had to make payroll or balance a general ledger? Of course not! The democrats think we can just keep printing money, overburdening business owners and continuing to expand an already bloated government.
Now, just imagine if we had a President who was a businessman. Mitt Romney, for instance.
Let’s help Sean Bielat go viral. Please send this to your friends.
U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown today called on his opponent Martha Coakley to drop her support for a national cap and trade bill, which will raise energy costs on businesses and consumers and kill jobs at a time when the economy is on the brink.
Yesterday, at an event with environmental groups, Coakley reaffirmed her support for cap and trade, which President Obama admitted in a 2008 interview with the San Francisco Chronicle will cause energy prices to skyrocket. See video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNSZ62xiD4M&feature=related
The National Association of Manufacturers predicts the loss of 2.4 million jobs by 2030 if cap and trade becomes law and residential electricity price increases of up to 50 percent. Read their report here: http://www.nam.org/NewsFromtheNAM/Press%20Releases/ERP/StatebyStateAnalysisofWaxmanMarkeyCapAndTrade.aspx
Energy prices in the Northeast are already the highest in the nation. In September, EMC Corp., one of the region’s largest employers, announced it was adding 400 new jobs in North Carolina instead of Massachusetts because of the high cost of electricity here. See story here: http://www.boston.com/business/technology/articles/2009/09/26/emc_to_expand_presence_in_nc/
“Cap and trade is anti-jobs and anti-growth. It would be bad for our economy and bad for working families. We all want a clean environment and we all want to reduce our dependence on carbon-based fuels, but we shouldn’t do it at the expense of jobs. I think a better idea is to pursue alternative sources of energy, including nuclear power. Massachusetts can’t afford Martha Coakley’s giant new tax on energy,” said Brown.
The Brown for U.S. Senate campaign today accepted invitations to take part in the following seven debates and challenged opponent Martha Coakley to accept all of them.
“We’re very pleased to put these seven debates on our calendar,” said Beth Lindstrom, campaign manager for Brown for U.S. Senate. “The exact format will be up to the debate sponsors but our position is that we’ll debate whoever is on the stage. Voters will learn there are clear differences between Scott Brown, who wants to lower taxes and control spending, and Martha Coakley, who wants to increase spending and raise taxes.”
• December 22, 2009 at 7: 00 PM at WBZ-TV; debate to be broadcast on WBZ-TV at 8:00 AM on Sunday, December 27, 2009.
• January 6, 2010 at 7:00 PM at WGBH, Boston – A debate sponsored by The Boston Globe, WGBH TV and Radio, New England Cable News and WBUR.
• January 8, 2010 at 3:00 PM at WGBY Springfield – A debate sponsored by WGBY to be broadcast at 7:30 PM on Friday, January 8, 2010.
• January 10, 2010 at 10:00 AM – A debate sponsored by WCVB News Center 5, The BostonChannel.com, CNN and The GateHouse/Wicked Local newspapers and websites.
• January 11, 2010 at 7:00 PM at the University of Massachusetts, Boston – A debate sponsored by the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate.
• January 13, 2010 at 7:00 PM at Boston’s Faneuil Hall – A debate sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts.
• January 14, 2010 – a 60-minute live radio debate on the “Jim and Margery Show” on WTKK 96.9 FM Talk. Exact time to be determined.
For my fellow Massachusetts tax payers, I ask you to support Scott’s campaign for U.S. Senate at http://www.brownforussenate.com/.
First of all, Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to all my fellow Irish-Americans!
Do you think we can get Saint Patrick to drive the snakes out of AIG? Of course, the “geniuses” in Washington are ultimately the ones who simply handed over our money with no oversight so, while he’s at it, he can drive the snakes out of Washington as well.
Poor Performance and Failure = $$$$$
Did you hear the comments from Sen. Charles Grassley? “The first thing that would make me feel a little bit better towards them if they’d follow the Japanese model and come before the American people and take that deep bow and say I’m sorry, and then either do one of two things — resign, or go commit suicide,” Grassley (R-Iowa) said on an Iowa radio station, WMT, a clip repeated on a Washington news station, WTOP.
AIG would have failed if not for American taxpayer money, therefore; the executives would not only be out of a job but would not be receiving any kind of bonus. Take back the bonus money (that was covertly distributed over the weekend) and FIRE them all. Bring in smart, honest, hardworking Americans who will run AIG the same way they run their own conscientious lives. Obviously, these egotistical bankers still think the rules don’t apply to them. It’s time to give them a much deserved introduction to the real world.
This was very entertaining… When are the criminal executives going to be held accountable? I think it’s a great point and should be pursued by CNBC.
Vodpod videos no longer available.