Thursday, October 31, 2013

Attn. Virginia Voters: Robert Sarvis Is A Fraud Meant To Help McAuliffe Get Elected

A few more polls from yesterday show the Virginia governor's race tightening up, and hopefully that will be a good sign for Ken Cuccinelli.

But one adverse factor in this election has been the presence of Libertarian Robert Sarvis as a spoiler.  Now I know a lot of voters are dissastified with the Republican Party (and I understand why), thinking that a libertarian might be a better choice for a limited government candidate.

But you need not worry about that in Ken Cuccinelli. He has a solid, conservative record.  But you should know that Libertarian candidate Sarvis is a phony.

We now know who Robert Sarvis is and certainly not a genuine libertarian and more like a LINO (libertarian-in-name-only). Like with the Republican Party, the Libertarian Party over the past couple election cycles has put up candidates with no real principle (Gary Johnson and Bob Barr). Robert Sarvis is no exception to the rule. For one thing when it comes to fiscal issues while he sounds conservative he really isn’t. He doesn’t support tax cuts (actually supports new taxes on roads), he doesn’t oppose medicaid expansion and isn’t part of the Austrian Economics crowd. Rather calls himself “pro-business” and not pro-free markets. While the terms sound the same they’re really not. When someone is pro-business that doesn’t necessarily make them a friend of the free market.
Also there’s his positions on social issues. On abortion, he’s actually to the left of Democrats on this. After the Kermit Gosnell case the VA General Assembly passed by a wide margin new restrictions on abortion clinics making sure they weren’t health hazards. Even Democrats supported the measure by pretty good margins. Sarvis says he favors rolling them back which would only risk creating another Kermit Gosnell situation. While I personally disagree with pro-choice libertarians, I can at least accept their viewpoint. Sarvis however goes too far. On gay marriage, Sarvis favors legalizing it which isn’t truly libertarian. The true libertarian position is to get government out of the marriage business as reflected by Ron Paul.
So when you get down to it Robert Sarvis is really running as a centrist as goldwaterconservative points out in a recent diary of his. The closest to a genuine libertarian in the race is really Ken Cuccinelli. He was the first to sue Obamacare after it first passed, he’s fought against crony capitalism time and time again (which Terry McAuliffe is waist deep in) and overall has done more for individual liberty than a lot of other people in office have. This is cushioned by the endorsements of Ron and Rand Paul who’ve spoken very highly of Cuccinelli. I recently wrote a diary about the grime situation Cuccinelli’s campaign is facing lately, but I’ll try to keep open minded and see what actually happens on Nov. 5th. If Cuccinelli wins, it’s cause for celebration. If not don’t despair. The pro-liberty movement shall continue and will win in the end regardless what happens in VA. Hail liberty.

Jamie Radtke also had written this letter on her Facebook page recently, and it was reprinted at BVBL (excerpted below).
Robert Sarvis is a man who claims to be a Ron Paul libertarian, and yet he didn’t reach out to any of the Ron Paul leadership like Christ Stearns, Donna Holt or other C4L county leaders? Nobody knew of him enough to even know if he had ever been involved (before or now) in the Ron Paul /Liberty movement until he popped up on the screen to run as a Libertarian - and straight out of the gate as a statewide candidate for governor?! Very strange. However, Sarvis ran as a Republican for state senate, so we do know he embraced the Republican Party platform only two years ago. Those of us in the Tea Party/Liberty Movement have been slaving away for 5 years in Virginia to advance liberty – protests, lobbying, campaigns, education, outreach – and yet none of us have met Sarvis or seen him contribute to the TP/Liberty efforts over the last five years. We are constantly trying to recruit more help - especially in NOVA. I personally know thousands of ‘conservatarian’ activists and yet none of us had any clue about Sarvis until he decided he would run for governor. He has no track record. There is a reason why VA Beach Libertarian Party chairman Robert Dean, Donna Holt, Chris Stearns, Rand Paul, myself and many other Liberty folks are supporting Ken over Sarvis.

I’ve known too many politicians that say what you want to hear to get attention. I am not going down that road anymore. I will go with what I know, trust and who has PROVEN RESULTS. Ken has the track record that compares to very few in Virginia. He has fought battles for us (and has the scars to show it) that very few have been willing to undertake - including “conservative” Republicans. He has done it at his own peril. (In fact, the very reason Ken’s fundraising has been low is because the Establishment and big corporations know that Ken is ONE OF US and won’t give!!!) Sarvis, on the other hand, has no record of putting any skin in the game for our cause.

Lastly, I would like to make one final point. This statewide ticket is perceived by media and voters alike as the “Liberty/Tea Party Dream Ticket.” They say this because it was the Liberty/Tea Party activists that took over the Republican Party and nominated Ken Cuccinelli because we knew that he had championed our cause over the last several years. The results of this election will be a reflection on our movement, whether we like it or not. The media, Dems and GOP Establishment are already trying to write the obituary.

Realistically, there is about 3-6 point spread between Cucc/Mcawful right now that can be easily closed over the next several weeks with your help. The Liberty/TP movement can bring victory home – it will be a well-earned victory for all the work we have done over the last 5 years.

We have an opportunity to make a strong statement to the Establishment, but this election isn’t just about making a statement. We can actually further the cause of liberty over the next four years with the election of Ken Cuccinelli. Ken has a proven record of getting RESULTS for the liberty movement. When I think about all that he has accomplished as AG, I can’t wait to see actual results for the advancement of liberty with Ken as governor over the next four years.

I apologize for the length of this post, but I know better than to post some quick sound bite to persuade my thoughtful liberty-minded friends. It is great to promote liberty, but it is time to promote liberty AND get legislative results. Your vote for Ken will accomplish both. Your vote (and effort to bring others who are like minded to the polls) will determine the outcome. I pray you will join me in this effort.

So don't be fooled by Robert Sarvis. This is a liberal trick that seems have happened in a lot of races in 2012. I wouldn't be surprised is Sarvis is being funded by Democrat or liberal allies, running only for the purpose of helping McAwful win.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Racist Liar John Lewis Equates Obamacare Opposition To Racism

As liberals tend to do, Rep. John Lewis sees a racial component to Obamacare opposition where there isn't one (Daily Caller).
Referencing the numerous Republican attempts to repeal Obamacare over the last several years, Lewis said: “Just reminds me of another period in our history. Not so long ago during the 50s, many Southern senators signed a Southern Manifesto after the Supreme Court decision of 1954. And those senators — along with many Southern governors — subscribed to the doctrine of interposition and notification and some even massive resistance.”
“That’s what we saw on the part of the Republican members of the House and some of the Republicans in the Senate,” he said of GOP attempts to defund Obamacare.
Ironically, while Lewis used the Southern Manifesto — which was in opposition to integration — to attack Republicans, 97 of the 99 politicians who signed it in 1956 were Democrats.
Speaking about Obamacare Tuesday, Lewis said that he believes “health care is the right and not a privilege.”
“The Affordable Care Act is the law of the land,” Lewis said. “It was passed by the Congress, signed into law by the president of the United States and upheld by the United States Supreme Court. There have been more than 40 attempts to repeal the act and it did not succeed. By attempting to repeal it, members of this body, members on the other side of the aisle, closed down this government and threatened the economy for the united states, costing us more than $24 billion.”
First of all, John Lewis, I'm sick of hearing this "it's the law of the land" crap. Obamacare is not affordable, and it's a bad law. You know what else was the law of the land in this country? Slavery was, as was segregation, denying women the right to vote, and prohibition.  That's the great thing about our Constitution, a bad law can be changed.

I would say, "shame on you" Rep. Lewis, but you have no shame.  Those of us who were at the Capitol building to protest the Unaffordable Care Act being jammed down our throats in a partisan manner will never forget how you slandered us as allegedly yelling racial slurs at you.

You lied then, Rep. Lewis and you're lying now. You shamelessly using the horrible experience you had during the civil right movement of being beaten to make you as some unimpeachable expert about racism or excuse you slandering those who dissent as racists.  It doesn't work that way, just as John McCain's horrible experience as a POW at the Hanoi Hilton doesn't excuse his treason of posing with jihadi kidnappers in Syria.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Is The National & Virginia GOP Sabotaging Ken Cuccinelli? Is Obama Using Campaign Swing To Vindicate Obamacare

Remember on October 18, I wrote:
Where is the Republican Party nationally and statewide in Virgina during this important election?  Mark this right now, but I have a bad feeling about this.
I stated I'd talk more about it on Election night, but I'll mention it here tonight, one week from Election Day, as the Washington ComPost is orgasmic, saying that "Terrible" Terry McAwful has a double digit lead against Ken Cuccinelli in the polls.  Other polls have shown it much closer.  The fact that "Slick Willie" Clinton came into the state recently has some thinking that it is much closer than the ComPost (who have been the McAwful PR Firm on the Potomac) claims.

I know, it's a poll, and the most important one comes on Election Day. That means you and I need to get out and vote, and continue to spread the word.

Then, this morning, it was learned that President Richard Milhous Obama will be campaigning for McAwful in Virginia.  A lot of people I saw on conservative message boards felt Obama coming to campaign shows McAwful is really not doing well.  But I have an uneasy feeling about Obama's visit, which I will also explain.

I still believe Ken Cuccinelli is a great candidate and a solid conservative who needs the support of not just Republicans here in the Commonwealth of Virginia (and from around the nation) but also anyone regardless of party who believes in liberty and limited government. Terry McAwful is a corrupt, smooth operator who would make even the worst used car salesman seem ethical, by standards. Don't forget that McAwful is part of the Clinton machine, who ushered in the most hyper partisan, far-Left slant of the Democrat Party in the 1990s.

McAwful, being the former DNC Chair, has a big Rolodex with donors whom he can get on the phone can call in some chits, in the form of donations to his campaign. So he can run smear and after smear ad full of lies, and people will believe them.

But in the last few weeks, I've been asking myself where has been the response from the national GOP, as well as the Virginia Republican Party, to McAwful's smear attacks on Cuccinelli?  I even posed the same question to a Reston GOP volunteer at the local Giant store almost two weekends ago.  He even told me they could use a lot more money from the national party.

I have a theory and I hope (for the sake of Virginia and the nation) I'm proven wrong next Tuesday. Given the hostility toward the big business GOP donors and many GOP establishment candidates toward the Tea Party, I believe this animosity has spread to this important race. Which begs the question. Is the national and Virginia state Republican Party withholding support from their three candidates in Virginia in order to further the idea (from the Karl Roves and other RINOs) that conservative candidates are "unwinnable?"

Remember the "good old boy establishment" choice to run for Governor this year was Lt. Governor Bill Bolling. But the nomination format changed from a state-wide primary to selection of candidates at the state GOP meeting. Bolling wasn't chosen and had already sat out 2009 so that current Virgina Gov. Bob McDonnell could run.  Since the "it's his turn" argument didn't work out for Bolling and the country club Republican establishment, he aired his sour grapes, took his toys and stomped off, vowing not to endorse either candidate. Bolling also complained of the "rightward" leaning of today's GOP, and one of his strategists has endorsed McAwful.  When McAwful lost an important endorsement by a Northern Virginia Tech PAC, the ComPost claimed Bolling was one of the people trying to bully the group in favor of reversing the endorsement to McAwful's favor.  It seems that, while not personally endorsing him, Bolling has been in the shadows pulling for McAwful.

We saw back in 2012 how faux conservative Bolling was on the side of the establishment GOP, when he infamously stood behind a last minute rule change in the 2012 Presidential Primary that kept Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich from qualifying for the Virginia ballot. Why? Bolling was the state campaign chair for the establishment's choice of Mitt Romney's campaign. You could tell Bolling was no conservative, plus, the lengths he went to in order to keep anyone else but Ron Paul out was telling.  And when Ken Cuccinelli tried to remedy the situation to be fair to the others, Bolling chided Cuccinelli in the press.

So, as we saw in some of the Senate races (Alaska, Delaware) and in Indiana in 2012, I believe the establishment Republican Party in Virginia and nationally is sabotaging the GOP ticket in Virginia out of spite, because it was picked by grassroots conservatives and not the establishment good old boys. Forgetting the "Eleventh Commandment," they are purposely dividing the party so they can point to a Cuccinelli loss to make the case that Tea Party candidates cannot win. Conversely, they will point to the re-election in New Jersey of "Krispy Kreme" Chris Christie as proof of what the GOP should be more like and begin to prop him up for 2016 as the establishment choice.

Call it a long shot, but I'm really suspicious of today's Republican Party, which cares more about being liked by the "Inside the Beltway" establishment and media, instead of being a party that has principles and actually stands for something.  We saw it in how they attacked any candidate to the right of Romney in 2012, how they moved to exclude the grassroots in party decision making at the RNC 2012 Convention, and the establishment's (and their big business donors) hostility toward the Tea Party after the shutdown earlier this month.

And Obama coming to Virginia?  What Obama is doing would be to use a potential McAwful win as vindication of his Presidency of "pass the buck" and trainwreck of Obamacare, never mind that he and the Democrat Party knowingly lied when they promised Americans that if they liked their current health insurance, they could keep it.

If, God help us, McAwful is elected, we will have a mess on our hands in Virginia.  A corrupt, wheeler-dealer who wants to push for Medicaid expansion as part of Obamacare, will raise taxes higher, take guns away, go to war with coal companies (that will raise energy costs), and make sure abortion on demand happens, even in Kermit Gosnell-style clinics. All as an endorsement of the extreme, freedom-killing agenda of the Obama Regime.

And the establishment Republican Party, to their shame, seems comfortable with the prospect of all McAwful's liberal agenda and acting as Obama's puppet, because at least it's not one of those "unacceptable" Tea Party types.  No wonder the Republican brand is losing appeal, because as freedom and liberty slowly slips away, they have become too afraid and timid to defend it.

But don't take these fears being aired by me as defeatism, take it as motivation to do all you can until next Tuesday, to defeat not only McAwful and Obama, but also the "go along to get along" country-club Republican establishment plus their corporatist sugar daddies, and make them listen as well to "We the People."

Campaign Sign For Virginia's Black Tea Party Lt. Gov. Candidate Painted White

Liberal hatemonger Alan Grayson claims the Tea Party (meaning American citizens opposed to the far-Left Democrat agenda) is the modern day Ku Klux Klan.

The race card has repeatedly been thrown at the Tea Party since it's 2009 inception.

But in Virginia, a black candidate for Lt. Governor, E. W. Jackson, found one of his signs had been painted white.

Jackson is not a Democrat.  He is a Republican.  A Tea Party Republican to be specific (Life News, via Gateway Pundit).
While much of the political world is focusing on the battle between pro-life gubernatorial candidates Ken Cuccinelli and Terry McAuliffe in Virginia, pro-life Lt. Gov. candidate, Bishop E.W. Jackson, is seeking to become the state’s next Lt. Governor.
As a pro-life, conservative African-American, Jackson has been pegged with the typical “Uncle Tom” attacks throughout the campaign from liberals who claim he is selling out his ethnicity by taking principled conservative stances and opposing abortion. That criticism went a step further over the weekend.
This weekend, Jackson found that one of his campaign signs in Virginia’s Loudoun County had vandals smear the sign with white paint.

Maybe to counter the liberal race card throwers, we need to once again remind the Democrats of their racist legacy.

This image below is from The Blacksphere and throws it back at Alan Grayson and the Democrat race-baiters.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Perverted Virginia Democrats Go To The Gutter To Attack Cuccinelli With Lies

The Democrat Party is showing how they will stoop to the lowest lies in order to distract from "Terrible" Terry McAwful's corruption about birth control and sex to attack Ken Cuccinelli.

Spencer Chretien at CounterCultured (hat tip Robert Stacy McCain) writes the following about nine sayings he saw on the campus of William and Mary:
If you hadn’t already heard, the ninth of these created some controversy in the Virginia gubernatorial race last week. Virginia Democrats, responsible for the content and distribution of the flyers, decided to remove them after they sparked a minor hullabaloo.  We can assume, then, that at least here in Williamsburg, “Students for Pleasure,” whatever that is, has picked up the slack and done the Democrats’ dirty work. (Considering his business background, I would not be surprised if Terry McAuliffe himself had devised some shady scheme to transfer funds from the Democratic Party of Virginia to “Students for Pleasure,” but that’s beside the point.)  Speaking for myself, I’m glad there was offense over the poster; at least a trace of decency remains in our political campaigns and our society.  Oh, and in case you’re wondering, Ken Cuccinelli has never supported banning oral sex—he only was defending the law that protects kids from sexual predators. But since when has truth mattered to liberals?   
This is the sign that Chretien is referring to that the ComPost wrote about:

As was first reported by the Hampton Roads TV station WAVY, two posters spotted last weekend at Norfolk State University say “Ken Cuccinelli wants to make oral sex a felony” and urge students to vote Nov. 5. One poster says, “Get your head in the game,” while another says, “Don’t let Election Day go down without you.”
Both posters say at the bottom that they were paid for by “Education Votes, a project of the Democratic Party of Virginia.” They were distributed to other campuses around the state, too, but DPV spokesman Brian Coy said the party has had a change of heart.
“While we feel Virginians deserve to know the truth about Ken Cuccinelli’s extreme social agenda, we apologize to those who were offended,” Coy said. “We’re working to remove these posters from the campuses in question and they will not be used again.”
Garren Shipley, a spokesman for the Republican Party of Virginia, called the posters “par for the course” for Virginia Democrats.
“Not only does it repeat this thoroughly-debunked Terry McAuliffe falsehood,” Shipley said, “but it manages to do it in an even more crass and tasteless way than before. ... Mailers and posters like this are what you get when your candidates have no record to run on. The Democratic Party of Virginia should be ashamed. But they’re probably not.”
Another McAwful falsehood...Cuccinelli wants to take away birth control. 

It's another liberal lie that Cuccinelli sets straight.
Terry McAuliffe is lying about, among other things, contraception.
In T.V. ads, mail and during debates and forums, McAuliffe is telling two lies:
1) He is saying that personhood legislation that I have supported in the past would have outlawed contraception, which is false; and
2) He is also saying - without citing much of anything - that I want to ban contraception in the future.
Look, this is not one of those topics that anyone particularly enjoys discussing, so let me be short and blunt.
No legislation I have ever supported would have - or even could have - “outlawed contraception” as McAuliffe asserts.
And I do not support legislation banning contraception.  Could I be any clearer?
Yes, as a matter of fact, I can.
You’ll note that I said above that we couldn’t have “outlawed contraception,” even if someone had wanted to.  The reason for this is simple.
The U.S. Supreme Court held in two cases, Griswold and Eisenstadt, that the government can’t ban contraception.  Those cases are decades old.  This is a long-settled area of law.
And Terry McAuliffe is a Washington, D.C. lawyer, so he is well aware that what he is saying is false.
You got that right.  He is knowingly lying to try and scare women to vote against me.
This is only one of the lies he is quite intentionally telling.  I’ve never seen anything like it in a campaign before, and I need your help to fight back.
I need you to forward this email to all the women you know in Virginia, and point out to them that McAuliffe is telling a blatant lie and they need to know about it for two reasons: first, if the issue is of concern to them, knowing the truth will put their mind at rest; and second, they need to know that McAuliffe isn’t making a simple mistake.  Rather, he’s intentionally lying to the women of Virginia. 
When you forward this email, please ask each woman you forward it to to send it on to the other women they know in Virginia too.
Remember, there’s two reasons this email is important: first, Terry is lying about me and contraception; and second, this is not a mistake on his part, it is absolutely part of his strategy.  He is lying about numerous other issues as well, and I know you will be shocked, but the media isn’t doing much about it.
At, on the front page, is a big button called the truth about Ken.  It addresses this and other issues that Terry McAuliffe is not being truthful about. Please use this resource as you work to win last minute voters for us!  Thank you! 
Keep in mind this is the kind of garbage that Richard Milhous Obama ran on to deflect from his failed record as President.  Since it's this close to Halloween, the Democrats favorite holiday next to Tax Day, Terry McAwful wants to put his ugly mask on and scare women and sex starved college students into voting for him.

Why? Because Terrible Terry has a lot to hide about his past.  He doesn't want you to know about Global Crossings, or his failed electric car company that created no jobs in Virginia, his visa scam with Hillary Rotten's brother, or how he invested in a scheme to prey on the terminally ill.

No, McAwful and the Democrats pander to the lowest common denominator, just like reality TV.

For liberals who claim to care about women's rights, McAwful and the Democrats emphasis on birth control and abortion make it appear that they only look at women as nothing but sex objects.

NBC: Obama Regime Knew Millions Would Lose Healthcare Plans, Despite His Promises They Wouldn't

Remember when Richard Milhous Obama said "if you like your health care plan, you can keep it."?

He said it more than once:


Well, it was all a lie and the network that has loved Obama the most (NBC) breaks this story.
Four sources deeply involved in the Affordable Care Act tell NBC NEWS that 50 to 75 percent of the 14 million consumers who buy their insurance individually can expect to receive a “cancellation” letter or the equivalent over the next year because their existing policies don’t meet the standards mandated by the new health care law. One expert predicts that number could reach as high as 80 percent. And all say that many of those forced to buy pricier new policies will experience “sticker shock.”  
None of this should come as a shock to the Obama administration. The law states that policies in effect as of March 23, 2010 will be “grandfathered,” meaning consumers can keep those policies even though they don’t meet requirements of the new health care law. But the Department of Health and Human Services then wrote regulations that narrowed that provision, by saying that if any part of a policy was significantly changed since that date -- the deductible, co-pay, or benefits, for example -- the policy would not be grandfathered.
Buried in Obamacare regulations from July 2010 is an estimate that because of normal turnover in the individual insurance market, “40 to 67 percent” of customers will not be able to keep their policy. And because many policies will have been changed since the key date, “the percentage of individual market policies losing grandfather status in a given year exceeds the 40 to 67 percent range.”  
That means the administration knew that more than 40 to 67 percent of those in the individual market would not be able to keep their plans, even if they liked them. 
Yet President Obama, who had promised in 2009, “if you like your health plan, you will be able to keep your health plan,” was still saying in 2012, “If [you] already have health insurance, you will keep your health insurance.”
Rep. Joe Wilson was right....


Friday, October 25, 2013

Ken Cuccinelli Takes On The "Abortion Clinics" Lies Spread By Klan Parenthood & Terry McAuliffe

Just as they did in the 2012 elections, the Democrat Party is using the disingenuous "War on Women" lies against Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who is running for Governor against Democrat "Terrible" Terry McAwful.

McAwful has been supported by Cecile Richards (daughter of the late Texas Governor Ann "Ma" Richards), who is the head of Klan Parenthood and has run slanderous ads against Cuccinelli.

Cuccinelli took on all those lies in this must see appearance with a group of women in Virginia Beach.

This ad needs to get some serious play, because McAwful and his liberal allies like Klan Parenthood have mounted a massive smear campaign, since McAwful has a lot of corruption and sleazy deals he wants to hide.

Plus, if "Terrible" Terry McAwful really cared about women, why will he be campaigning with his good friend--sexual predator and alleged rapist, (impeached) former President Bill Clinton?

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Soldier At Ft. Hood Says Superiors Told Them Evangelical Christians & Tea Party Were "Threat To Nation"

Todd Starnes at Fox News has a story with some really serious and frightening allegations.
Soldiers attending a pre-deployment briefing at Fort Hood say they were told that evangelical Christians and members of the Tea Party were a threat to the nation and that any soldier donating to those groups would be subjected to punishment under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
A soldier who attended the Oct. 17th briefing told me the counter-intelligence agent in charge of the meeting spent nearly a half hour discussing how evangelical Christians and groups like the American Family Association were “tearing the country apart.”
Michael Berry, an attorney with the Liberty Institute, is advising the soldier and has launched an investigation into the incident.
“The American public should be outraged that the U.S. Army is teaching our troops that evangelical Christians and Tea Party members are enemies of America, and that they can be punished for supporting or participating in those groups,” said Berry, a former Marine Corps JAG officer. 
“These statements about evangelicals being domestic enemies are a serious charge.”
The soldier told me he fears reprisals and asked not to be identified. He said there was a blanket statement that donating to any groups that were considered a threat to the military and government was punishable under military regulations.
“My first concern was if I was going to be in trouble going to church,” the evangelical Christian soldier told me. “Can I tithe? Can I donate to Christian charities? What if I donate to a politician who is a part of the Tea Party movement?”
Another soldier who attended the briefing alerted the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty. That individual’s recollections of the briefing matched the soldier who reached out to me.
“I was very shocked and couldn’t believe what I was hearing,” the soldier said. “I felt like my religious liberties, that I risk my life and sacrifice time away from family to fight for, were being taken away.”
And while a large portion of the briefing dealt with the threat evangelicals and the Tea Party pose to the nation, barely a word was said about Islamic extremism, the soldier said.
Remember that Ft. Hood was the scene of the November 2009 jihadist attack by Major Nidal Hassan, which the Obama Regime has refused to label as terrorism, and instead "workplace violence."

From the 2009 Department of Homeland Security memo, to the rhetoric coming from Obama, his aides, and the Democrats ("anarchists" "hostage takers" "holding for ransom" "suicide bombers") and the Tea Party = KKK fundraising email sent out by hate merchant Alan Grayson, it's obvious that the Regime no doubt shares this thinking.

A lot of people are pointing out also to Obama's purging of several high level military leaders, wondering if there might be a sinister reason for such firings.

This deserves a Congressional inquiry quickly, and a guarantee of protection against retribution from the Regime.

"Benghazi! You Let Them Die!" Hillary Heckled

At a speech in Buffalo, the Hildebeast got a reminder she didn't like (Twitchy).

So far there aren’t any reports that Hillary yelled back “what difference does it make?”

The Hildebeast of Benghazi said as the heckler was taken out that soulutions to our problems "doesn't involve yelling, it involves sitting down and talking.

Except the 'Beast doesn't want to listen to anyone else talk, and as for yelling, well, what about when she sounded like the ex-wife from Hell (or Mommie Dearest) back in 2003?

Does that mean any administration?

Hatemonger Alan Grayson Compares Tea Party To Democrat's KKK, Where's Reince To Condemn?

That walking liberal human sewer known as Alan Grayson from Florida went down into the sludge to throw out another attack.

This time, against the Tea Party (Legal Insurrection).
We’ve seen years of offensive name calling and antics from Alan Grayson.
He called a Federal reserve lobbyist a whore, and most famously claimed that Republicans want people to die quickly.
Grayson’s latest, however, is his worst yet, via NRO, Dem Rep. Uses Burning KKK Cross to Depict Tea Party:
Representative Alan Grayson (D-Fl.) sent the following e-mail to his supporters yesterday. Image from Dave Levinthal…. 
Alan Grayson Email Tea Party Burning Cross
In the e-mail, Grayson explains that the Republican party, which is “the largest suicide pact in history,” is intent on bringing “about the End of Days as quickly as possible.” The Tea Party, Grayson added, “is no more popular than the Klan.” To illustrate the latter point, he included a picture of a burning crosss that looks like a T, and added ”ea Party” onto the end for good measure.
What a poisonous man.
Grayson also attacked Republican Daniel Webster (who defeated the lib in 2010) as "Taliban Dan" in a campaign ad when he took out of context a video of Webster quoting the "Wives submit to your husbands" Bible verse at a Christian gathering.  So we know he's bigoted towards Christians as well.

In addition, Grayson is ignorant of the fact that the Ku Klux Klan was once a part of his party. In fact, the 1924 Democrat Convention was dubbed the "Klanbake Convention" due to the heavy influence of the Klan. Longtime Democrat Senator Robert "Sheets' Byrd (D-KKK), who died in 2010, was a KKK recruiter in the 1940s.

One historian even called the Klan "the terrorist wing of the Democrat Party."

But this whole race baiting against the Tea Party is nothing new.  Back in 2009, some leftists put flyers on cars outside a health-care rally in Reston, VA.

Then there was the infamous "phantom n-word" allegation against the Tea Party on Capitol Hill. Not to mention all the recent uncivil rhetoric used against the Tea Party recently during the shutdown ("Hostage holders" "suicide bombers" "demanding ransom" "holding a gun to the head.") that was uttered by the President and other Democrats.

My question...where is the RNC leader, Reince Preibus in all this? Why isn't he and other members of the Republican Party on TV demanding an apology and a retraction against this hate speech and similar words, like comparisons to Nazis that even DNC chair "Thunderlips" Debbie Wasserman-Schultz used when protesting a black man named Allen West (a former Congressman and Tea Party favorite).

A lot of us are getting tired of this defensive nature by people like Preibus, who (to quote my mother) has "the personality of a cold commode seat."  When the "phantom n-word" was claimed by the Congressional Black Caucus, the first instinct of that crybaby John Boehner was to apologize and condemn...the Tea Party, before all the facts were known.  And of course if any Republican or conservative utters something demeaning (witness Rush Limbaugh and the Sandra the Fluke brouhaha), Democrats are endlessly demanding apologies, and endlessly lecturing about "civility" in a way that never applies to them.

So where are you, Reince? It's time to go on offense. No wonder the Tea Party and GOP get so much backlash because your silence on this only makes these false allegations stick.  If you're not willing to stand up and fight, get out of the way.  Let's get a street fighter in there to take on these hateful liberal bastards.  Because it's not just your electoral future at stake, it's the future of the nation.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Hannity Calls Obamacare Number, Person Answering Says No One Likes It

This was priceless!

Sean Hannity, on his radio show yesterday, called the phone number for the Obamacare Call Center (1-800-318-2596 or 800-F**KYO) and spoke to a call center rep (Real Clear Politics).

HANNITY: They're really telling you to tell us to check back in on the website in off-hours. Does that mean that I should go on at like three in the morning?

OPERATOR: It was saying early in the morning and late at night, but some people say they do that and still can't get in.

HANNITY: So people are reporting to you the real deal?

OPERATOR: Yes sir, they are.

HANNITY: Have you ever got anybody that really likes it yet?

OPERATOR: Umm, no, not really.
[Hannity laughs]

Monday, October 21, 2013

Anti-Gun "Nanny" Bloomberg Gives McAuliffe $1.1 Million To Grab Virginia's Guns

Terrible Terry McAwful will get as much money as he can to buy the governor's mansion in Richmond, and he'll take away your guns while he's at it.

After meeting with "Nanny" New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg back in September, McAwful got a big $1.1 million donation from the pro-gun grabbing liberal mayor (Politico).
Michael Bloomberg’s pro-gun-control super PAC will drop $1.1 million on ads for Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the final two weeks of the Virginia governor’s race.
The billionaire New York City mayor’s money will be siphoned through Independence USA PAC into broadcast television commercials in the D.C. market, according to two sources tracking the air war. 
An adviser to the outgoing mayor did not respond to an email seeking more detail on the ads, which will begin running Tuesday and continue through the eve of the Nov. 5 election.
McAuliffe has courted and wooed Bloomberg, privately seeking his support on a trip to New York City Hall in August.
Bloomberg, who bills himself as an independent, has spent more than $15 million on various gun control initiatives. He just spent $1 million helping elect Newark Mayor Cory Booker to a U.S. Senate seat in last Wednesday’s New Jersey special election to replace the late Frank Lautenberg, long a champion of gun control measures.
Michael Bloomberg hates guns and hates freedom. Do we want billionaire liberal Yankees from New York City giving big money to a New York carpetbagger to bring big city liberalism to Virginia?

Obama Uses Human Props To Claim Obamacare Is Working

Well, if you were watching the news today, Richard Milhous Obama came out to the Rose Garden with "potted plants" in the background of people who claim to be satisfied with Obamacare (Washington Times)
President Obama tried to put a happy face Monday on the disastrous rollout of the Obamacare website, urging frustrated consumers to call a toll-free number or mail in applications via “snail mail” while the administration works feverishly to fix computer glitches.
“Nobody is madder than me about the fact that the website isn’t working as well as it should, which means it’s going to get fixed,” Mr. Obama said at the White House. “In the meantime, you can bypass the website.”
In a stunning admission of the website’s early failure, Mr. Obama said call centers are being filled with extra staffers to process phoned-in applications for health insurance, and other consumers can download applications to send in through the U.S. postal service.
“We are doing everything we can possibly do to get the websites working better, faster, sooner,” Mr. Obama said. But in the meantime, he added, “You can sign up to get covered in other ways.”
He also took a swipe at congressional Republicans, saying “it’s time for folks to stop rooting for its failure.”
 A disastrous rollout but all is well, huh? Where have we heard the government give us such reassurances before that a product is good and trustworthy, when it really isn't (Flashback: 1996).
(Transportation Secretary Federico) Pena and (FAA Head David) Hinson both were ridiculed for their unequivocal defense of ValuJet immediately after the accident.
"ValuJet is a safe airline," Pena said shortly after the crash. "I want to emphasize that I have flown ValuJet."
"The airline is safe," Hinson said at the time. "I would fly it."
But the FAA changed its mind. After a 30-day inspection, Hinson said Monday that the FAA found "several serious deficiencies in ValuJet's operations."
And Milhous is claiming all of us are rooting for the failure of Obamacare.  We're rooting to get rid of a failed program because socialism fails every time it's tried.

Do you want an example from my personal family, Milhous?

My health care premiums this past year went up 30 percent from the year before.

Last year, when my parents moved to a different city, it was a struggle to find a new doctor for my father, who is on Medicare.  Reason? Because Obama and Democrats cut $700 billion from Medicare as a down payment on Obamacare.  That, as well as how the reimbursement rate schedule is flawed and not fixed, doctors are opting out of Medicare.

My mother, just over the summer, had to shop for a new Medicare supplemental plan, because the one she was using she could no longer afford.  What was that about "if you like your plan you can keep it, and the premiums would go down" huh, Milhous?  Was that more "just words?"

My sister mentioned how their insurance is now requiring them to have a certain number of well-check visits during the coming year....or they will get fined.  What?  And the libs and feminazis who claim no one should come between a doctor and a woman are silent as the government bureaucrats are putting themselves between us and all of our least the ones they say have a government stamp of approval.

But you won't hear those stories, nor the stories of people who lost their health-care, as well as those who lost their jobs or had hours cut because of Obamacare.

Don't forget.  Obamacare isn't about health-insurance.  Rep. John Dingell summed it Obamacare's purpose.

"Let me remind you this [Americans allegedly dying because of lack of universal health care] has been going on for years. We are bringing it to a halt. The harsh fact of the matter is when you're going to pass legislation that will cover 300 [million] American people in different ways it takes a long time to do the necessary administrative steps that have to be taken to put the legislation together to control the people."

Friday, October 18, 2013

(VIDEO) Must See Ad Attacking McAuliffe & Liberal Cabal Seeking To Take Over Virginia

Rush Limbaugh played this ad on his radio show today that is a must see and must spread around to undecided voters in Virginia.(Don't Let Them Detroit Virginia)

ANNOUNCER #1:  Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe is a stand in for a national power grab by the  Gang of Five.  Just as the Obama administration uses federal agencies to suppress dissent and violate the civil rights of their political opponents, these extreme liberals are smearing Republicans because they have a hidden far left agenda. The Gang of Five is bringing divisive, Chicago-style politics to Virginia.  McAuliffe is an embarrassment, yet he gets a free ride from the elite media because he's being propped up by the Clintons, Obama and the Gang of Five. 
They will continue political smearing, spending millions to impose a New Yorker and left wing embed on Virginia. Tell these McAuliffe puppeteers: "This is Virginia and we won't let you Detroit us with taxes and debt; you will not California Virginia with regulations that kill jobs; or Hollywood our families and schools; you will not bring District of Columbia tax and spend to our state."  Tell them: "You can't have Virginia." 
ANNOUNCER #2:  Fight For Tomorrow is responsible for the content of this advertising.
Rush noted:
This ad ran for a while, and it's not on the air now, and some people are making a push to try to get it back on the air because it does cause a massive swing.  I want you to listen to this again, because isn't this the kind of thing you think the Republican Party ought to be doing? The Republican Party did not do this.  I don't believe that the Republican Party did this.  My memory on this is from something I read about this ad two or three weeks ago, and I don't think the Republican Party of Virginia is doing this. 
It's out-of-state people who are doing it. But here's the swing on this vote, the ballot movement, after people view this ad one time.  Republican voters increase for Cuccinelli by plus eight.  Democrat voters increase for Cuccinelli plus four.  It creates a massive swing for Cuccinelli.  Independents, plus two.  Women, plus four.  That means McAuliffe loses four points among women when this ad is seen by people in the focus group.  Men, a plus-five swing.  People over 40, plus-six swing.  The overall ballot is a plus-five swing. 
The ad was done by a group called Fight for Tomorrow, and it's a group independent of Cuccinelli.  Now, listen to it again and tell me if this isn't what you think the Republican Party ought to be doing about every Democrat candidate.  (replaying of bite)  Fight for Tomorrow is the group. Again, it causes massive swing, overall plus five, to Ken Cuccinelli, who is a conservative, a good conservative Republican candidate in Virginia. 

We need to get this ad back on the air and circulating among voters in Virginia.  Terry McAwful, the Clintons and the radical Left Democrat Party need to be stopped.

Where is the Republican Party nationally and statewide in Virgina during this important election?  Mark this right now, but I have a bad feeling about this.  I'll mention it on November 5th as the votes are being tallied, but I hope I'm wrong.

Election Day is almost two weeks away and we need to make a difference.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Message From #JustABlogger To Barack Obama: I Will Not Be Silent

Being embolded by RINOs like Mitch McConnell & John McLame, Richard Milhous Obama came out acting cocky as hell and spiked the ball in front of his adoring media lapdogs.

In contrast to his September 2012 boast to David Letterman he'd learned a President works for the entire nation, Obama acted divisive, arrogant and dismissive towards critics and opponents.  He told the nation not to read blogs like this one or other media outlets (The Blaze)
Now that the government has reopened and this threat to our economy is removed, all of us need to stop focusing on the lobbyists, and the bloggers, and the talking heads on radio and the professional activists who profit from conflict, and focus on what the majority of Americans sent us here to do, and that’s grow this economy, create good jobs, strengthen the middle class, educate our kids, lay the foundation for broad-based prosperity and get our fiscal house in order for the long haul,” Obama said. 
Well, let me inform you of something, Mister Obama. We have something in this nation called a Constitution, and in it, there are not only Separation of Powers but there is a Bill of Rights that contains the right of freedom of speech to peaceably petition the government when "We the People" think it is going in the wrong direction.  I know you think the Constitution is "constraining" and "flawed," but it not only has worked well for 200 years.  Many of our loved ones served (and some died) to defend that document you so disparage. Is it any wonder you treat it like it is toilet paper and act like it's limits on your power don't apply to you, even thought you took an oath to "preserve, protect and defend" the Constitution.

Just because you were elected and re-elected President doesn't mean you act like some third world banana republic dictator. It doesn't mean the rest of us are supposed to shut up and goosestep to your command like good little lemmings.  No.  It didn't work that way when your party was in the minority during the Bush years, and it shouldn't work that way because you're the President.  If you think that the entire nation needs to bow down before you and let you run roughshod over us, well, you're mistaken.

In short Mister Obama:

You will not tell me, or any other American citizen who we can or cannot listen to, or read, or how to think. 

I will continue to oppose your failed, risky, socialist health-care scheme because I see the end result of it. 

I will continue to oppose your attempts to get rid of our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms "in the name of the children."

I will continue to call you out on your appeasement of our enemies and how you embolden radical Islamists in the Middle East.

I will continue to oppose your attempts to grant mass amnesty to those who broke our immigration laws, at a time when Americans are having a hard time finding work, just so you can create a permanent Democrat majority.

I will continue to oppose your attempts to raise taxes and stifle prosperity, including your efforts to block development of domestic energy because you're beholden to the tree-hugging crowd who push the false religion of GloBULL Warming.

I will continue to call for investigations into your abuses of power against your political opponents by using the IRS to go after them.  May I remind you that even the suggestion of this tactic by former President Nixon was brought up in his Articles of Impeachment.  You make Nixon look like a choir boy.

I will continue to call for the truth to be found out about your dereliction of duty when four American were killed on 9/11/2012 in Benghazi, Libya and the political cover-up that you and Hillary Rotten Clinton were involved in since then, as well as how you lied not only to the American people about what happened on that day, but to the families of the fallen.

I will continue to call for investigations to find out your involvement in and if you are trying to cover up wrongdoing by your racist Attorney General in the gun walking scheme called Operation Fast and Furious that resulted in the deaths of a Border Patrol agent and hundreds of Mexican citizens.  Sure, you arrogantly brush those off as "phony scandals," but let me remind you that no one died as the result of Watergate or even Monica-gate.  Lives were lost in Benghazi and Fast and Furious, and the truth is being covered up.

I will continue to call you out on all your hypocrisies.  Like how you lecture the nation about civility but attack will your opponents with uncivil rhetoric like hostage takers, etc.

I will continue to go after and now put a larger target on those RINOs like John McLame, Mitch McConnell and Peter King who give you aid and comfort to subvert our laws for your soft tyranny. To McLame, King, and the other RINOs, I'll paraphrase another blogger, the late Andrew Breitbart, who said of those who "aren't in that bunker" fighting against Obama and his radical leftist allies, "more than shame on you, you're on the other side."

I'm an American citizen and I'm also #JustABlogger, and I'm letting you know, Barack Obama, I will not be silent!

Palin: We're Going To Shake Things Up In 2014

From Sarah Palin on Facebook:
Todd and I were proud to stand with Mark Levin and other bold, patriotic warriors in support of Steve Lonegan in the New Jersey Senate race! Mayor Lonegan fought the good fight, and he and his supporters have not “finished the race,” they’ve just begun! The press has now called the race for Barack Obama’s celebrity stand-in, Cory Booker, but rest assured that Steve fought gallantly for every vote that would have led to American solvency and exceptionalism. Steve is a lucky guy to have a strong New Jersey wife and two great daughters who supported him through this campaign. We so enjoyed getting to know them, as their passion and love for this country inspired us.

Looking at Steve’s life story should remind all of us to never be afraid to climb a mountain, no matter how high. Steve energized commonsense conservatives all across the country. And though it’s sad, it’s not surprising to see the far left lapdog media finally cover this race tonight (once their chosen one was deemed the victor, but not previously when voters deserved to hear of Lonegan’s successful small-government record and intentions to defend our republic).

Tonight’s press coverage of the status quo antics in Washington, D.C. energize us further.

Tonight’s New Jersey race was a win for Barack Obama, and the Senate deal in D.C. was a loss for the American people replete with more back-room deals, billion dollar corrupt earmark kickbacks, and weak leadership unwilling to stand up for the people who sent them to Washington. What happened in D.C. tonight reminds us of how hard we must fight in 2014 to return to a government of the people, by the people, for the people. These politicians work for us, and yet a new poll accurately reflects that just 13% of us feel as though this country that we love is on the right track. The way forward is to elect leaders who will listen to us; and if they don’t, we must hold them accountable on election day – no matter what party. Let’s commit to continue to be in the trenches fighting for those who stand on principle over politics, despite the odds.

Friends, do not be discouraged by the shenanigans of D.C.’s permanent political class today. Be energized. We’re going to shake things up in 2014. Rest well tonight, for soon we must focus on important House and Senate races. Let’s start with Kentucky – which happens to be awfully close to South Carolina, Tennessee, and Mississippi – from sea to shining sea we will not give up. We’ve only just begun to fight.

- Sarah Palin

Unless Changes Are Made: GOP Loses In 2014 (And Deserves To)

Sell outs!

I'm talking about the RINOs. Mitch McConnell and the crybaby drunk, John Boehner.  They rode the discontent of the Tea Party in 2010 and sold out the voters who trusted them to stand up to the socialist agenda of Richard Milhous Obama.

But all they showed us was there were statists as well.  Everytime there's a big fight, it's McConnell and Boehner who sell the nation and our future generations out.

Now on Obamacare, the key issue they capitalized on in 2010, McConnell and Boehner own it because not only were they unable to fight, they were unable to impose some party discipline on the egomaniacs in the Republican Party who put their egos before country.  People like John McCain and the IRA terrorist supporter Peter King.  The Karl Roves and that jihadist apologist Grover Norquist.  They always go after the real conservatives who want to fight, and are willing to negotiate the terms of their surrender to the statists.

Two billion for Mitch McConnell's Kentucky in the deal, plus a violation of the Constitutional separation of powers ceding debt limit authority from Congress.

No, the Tea Party weren't the hostage takers.  Richard Milhous Obama took this nation and the monuments that remembered the sacrifices of those who fought for it hostage, just so he could usurp the Constitution.

And the Republican "leadership" allowed it to happen.

Because they're held hostage by what the Beltway Media and pundits think.  One rigged poll and "Oh my God, we've gotta give up, we're losing it.

We're 13 months away from the next midterm election and changes need to be made.  Because 87 House Republicans and 27 Senate Republicans showed their true stripes, that they're statists, not Constitutionalists.  They only serve the elite, not those of us who work everyday to pay the bills.

It's "Name Em & Shame Em" time. Let's start by primarying these GOP House members who surrendered to Obama's iron fist:
Bachus, Barletta, Benishek, Bilirakis, Boehner, Boustany, Brooks (IN) Buchanan Calvert Camp Cantor, Capito, Coble, Coffman, Cole, Cook, Cotton, Cramer, Crawford, Crenshaw, Daines, Davis, Rodney, Dent, Diaz-Balart, Fitzpatrick, Fortenberry, Frelinghuysen, Gardner, Gerlach, Gibson, Griffin (AR), Grimm, Guthrie, Hanna, Harper, Hastings (WA), Heck (NV), Herrera, Beutler, Issa, Jenkins Joyce, Kelly (PA), King (NY), Kinzinger (IL), Kline, Lance, Latham, LoBiondo, McCarthy (CA), McHenry, McKeon, McKinley, McMorris Rodgers, Meehan, Miller, Gary; Murphy (PA), Nunes, Paulsen, Pittenger, Reichert, Ribble, Rigell, Rogers (KY), Rogers (MI), Ros-Lehtinen, Roskam, Runyan, Schock, Shimkus, Shuster, Simpson, Smith (NE), Smith (NJ), Stivers, Terry, Thompson (PA), Tiberi, Tipton, Upton, Valadao, Webster (FL), Whitfield, Wittman, Wolf (shame on you!), Womack, Young (AK), Young (IN).
And the traitors in the Senate...Get rid of them when they're up for re-election!

Alexander (R-TN), 
Ayotte (R-NH),
Barrasso (R-WY), 
Baucus (D-MT)
Blunt (R-MO)
Boozman (R-AR)
Burr (R-NC)
Chambliss (R-GA)
Chiesa (R-NJ)
Coats (R-IN)
Cochran (R-MS)
Collins (R-ME)
Corker (R-TN)
Fischer (R-NE)
Flake (R-AZ)

Graham (R-SC)
Hatch (R-UT)
Hoeven (R-ND)
Isakson (R-GA)
Johanns (R-NE)
King (I-ME)
Kirk (R-IL)
McCain (R-AZ)
McConnell (R-KY
Moran (R-KS)
Murkowski (R-AK)
Portman (R-OH)
Thune (R-SD)
Wicker (R-MS)

The Republican National Committee leadership needs to be purged.  Reince Priebus should have been canned after the disaster of 2012.  We need to have leaders who will message effectively a conservative, Constitutionalist message to all Americans.  We do not need these wimps in charge now who cannot message, and are willing to sell out the conservative base while arrogantly thinking "they've got nowhere else to go."  We need "street fighters" who can out message the Left, not these milquetoast, checked pants, Country Club types who treat politics like it's a friendly game of golf.

Finally, there needs to be a challenge to House leadership.  Boehner is ineffective.  He said last night:

And after last night, why should we believe you, Mr. Speaker? You violated the trust of those who entrusted you with leadership, and you should be removed immediately.

If the Republican Party wants to keep the House and regain the Senate, there need to be some changes made, and they need to be meaningful ones, not just window dressing.  We need "Bold Colors, not Pale Pastels."

Or else, voters will have no reason to vote for you in 13 months and you will lose, and deservedly so!

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

The Hildebeast Of Benghazi Coming To Virginia To Campaign For "Terrible" Terry McAuliffe

Hillary Rotten Clinton is coming to Northern Virginia this weekend to campaign for old buddy "Terrible" Terry McAwful for Virginia Governor (The Hill).

It will be Clinton's her first public campaign event since she left the Obama administration in February.
Clinton will officially endorse McAuliffe at a "Women for Terry" event in Northern Virginia on Saturday afternoon, McAuliffe's campaign announced. This will be the former secretary of State's third event for McAuliffe, after hosting two fundraisers, and her first public campaign stop in years.
The Clintons have long been close with McAuliffe. He headed the Democratic National Committee while President Clinton was in office and was a top fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign.
Clinton, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, has kept a relatively low profile since stepping down as secretary of State, though in recent weeks she's been more active, with high-profile appearances at the Clinton Global Initiative and the American Bar Association's annual conference.
On the eve of the Obama/Reid government shutdown, as federal workers were waiting to see if they would be furloughed, the Hildebeast threw a lavish fundraiser for McAwful at her DC mansion.  Her alleged spouse, impeached former President and sexual predator/alleged rapist Bill Clinton, sent a campaign e-mail for the former leader of his Hillbilly Mafia this past Monday.

McAwful has also been tied to Hillary's brother, Tony, in a scandal with getting EB-5 visas for his failed Greentech electric car program, which failed to created jobs, or even a product.  Hillary, like McAwful, took campaign donations from a sleazeball named Joseph Caramadre, who took part in a scheme that took IDs of terminally ill people.  McAwful was one of the investors in the scheme.

Do we need this kind of Clinton corruption we saw in the 1990s in the Commonwealth of Virgina?

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

(VIDEO) Look How Obama & His Lapdog Media Treated Our Veterans

The video below is from The Kelly File on Fox News of the Million Vets Rally at the World War II Memorial in DC this past Sunday.

Apparently, the Obama Lapdog Media are out smearing these veterans and concerned citizens, trying to claim it is all a bunch of "Tea Party" racists who hate the fact a black man is in the White House.

Really? That type of thinking is as ignorant and racist as if someone actually didn't like the President based on his skin color.

But look at this video, and how these vets who sacrificed for our nation and our way of life get emotional as to how this Obama Regime treats that sacrifice.  And to see them being pushed around by a bunch of riot police who act like Obama's Gestapo is even more sickening.

Megyn Kelly talked to filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch about the day and what he saw.  Lynch feels the appearance of Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz there wasn't appropriate.  I don't entirely agree. I think any public servant, regardless of party, should be outraged by this purposeful inconveniencing of our veterans by the Obama Spite House, just to make a political point.

It's also an illustration too, of where certain politicians stand.  No Democrats were at this rally for those who defended our nation.  But Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi, showed up a few days earlier to stand with those who broke our immigration laws at a rally for them allowed by the Obama Regime.  Tells me a lot about how Democrats feel about our veterans.

And to the Obama Media, namely CNN, MSNBC and the Washington ComPost.  If this had been a Republican President and a left-wing rally, it would have been plastered all over the front pages in glowing coverage.  But since it was a rally against their false Messiah Obama, it has to be destroyed or ignored.  Kind of like how Obama's 37 percent approval rating is ignored by the media, but Wolf Blitzer was near orgasmic when George W. Bush reached 36 percent approval rating.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Washington ComPost Endorses "Pragmatic, Moderate" McAuliffe. Really? Did They Forget Wellstone Memorial?

After months of acting like the campaign PR firm of Terrible Terry McAuliffe, the Washington ComPost showed once again how their claim of being "An Independent Newspaper" on their editorial page is false, as they endorse the former DNC Chair and leader of Bill Clinton's Hillbilly Mafia as Virginia's next governor.

The ComPost editorial board's reasoning for endorsing McAwful is laughable.

We share Virginians’ misgivings about the candidates, but for us the decision is clear: Terry McAuliffe, his flaws notwithstanding, represents continuity in a state that has been well served by comity, compromise and political coexistence between the parties. Mr. Cuccinelli, the most partisan, truculent and doctrinaire attorney general in memory, represents an assault on those same customs. That’s why a number of prominent fellow Republicans, including Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, have refused to support him, in an astonishing display of intra-party dissent.
The ComPost editorial board must be talking about a different Terry McAwful.  The one I've seen since the year 2000 fits the description that liberal rag uses to smear Republican Ken Cuccinelli. Of the two candidates, McAwful has the biggest history of being "partisan and truculent."

And don't bring up the refusal of Bill Bolling to endorse Ken Cuccinelli. Bolling's refusal to endorse is simply a display of political sour grapes.  Bolling is part of the problem in the Republican Party...the establishment "good old boy" who expected the party nod based on the reasoning "it's his turn."  When Bolling didn't get "his turn," he acted like a spoiled three-year-old, took his toys and went home. Bolling showed his true colors when, as Mitt RomneyCare's state campaign chair, he refused to allow Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry on the 2012 Virginia primary ballot because of a last minute rule change that disqualified them.  When Cuccinelli tried to remedy the situation, Bolling came down hard on him.

Terry McAuliffe's Hyper-Partisan Liberalism

McAwful came to head the DNC in 2001 on the basis of his unethical fundraising for the Clintons, including using the Lincoln Bedroom as if the White House was Billy Jeff's private brothel.  McAwful lanched the 2000 DNC convention with partisan attacks on GOP nominee George W. Bush, and continued the sour grapes and partisan snipes over the 2000 election in his February 2001 DNC chair acceptance speech. Other examples of McAwful's ultra partisan low blows include claiming Dick Cheney was drunk in the 2006 shooting accident of Cheney's friend in a hunting accident in Texas.  McAwful even endorsed the 9/11 blood libel in Michael Moore's anti-American "documentary" Fahrenheit 9/11.

But one event in 2002 that occurred during McAwful's chairmanship of the DNC showed not only how partisan the DNC became under his leadership, but also the lack of a moral compass McAwful has.  It was the October 2002 public memorial service of late Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone, who'd been killed days earlier in an airplane crash.
The memorial service for Wellstone and the other victims of the crash was held in Williams Arena at the University of Minnesota and was broadcast live on national TV. The lengthy service was dotted with political speeches, open advocacies for then-current political issues, and a giant beach ball batted around the crowd in the style of a beach party. Many high profile politicians attended the memorial, including former President Bill Clinton, former Vice President Al Gore, and more than half of the U.S. Senate. The White House offered to send Vice-President Dick Cheney to the service, but the Wellstone family declined.

McAwful denied he or the DNC had anything to do with this debacle, instead, he blamed...the Wellstone family for the overtly political tone.
"This memorial service was planned by the Wellstone family," he quickly added, after MTP host Tim Russert flashed video of Bill and Hillary Clinton whooping it up along with the rest of the raucous crowd.

"It was not planned by the state party or anyone involved in politics," insisted the DNC chief.

In fact, said McAuliffe, he was as stunned as anybody else that the Wellstones had tried to make political hay over the tragedy.

"I was there. I happened to be there. I went into what was to be a memorial service," complained the DNC chief. "As soon as they put Paul Wellstone's picture up there. 20,000 people - many of them young people I haven't seen active in politics for a long time - were up. Listen, the Wellstone family has apologized as well as Walter Mondale's campaign. It was inappropriate."

McAuliffe even went so far as to suggest that Wellstone's relatives had a hand in the rally's ugliest moment, when Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott was booed by the crowd.

"You never boo anybody," the DNC chief told Russert. "But [as] I say, it was planned by the Wellstone family.
But that's not the story Capitol Hill Blue (broken link, text from FreeRepublic) reported, claiming McAuliffe was involved in the memorial service turned pep rally.  One Freeper even overheard Deomonrat strategist Bob Shrum writing up the eulogy while riding on a train from Boston.
Political operatives at the Democratic National Committee in Washington developed the plan to turn the memorial service for Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone into a political rally, top party sources tell Capitol Hill Blue.
The party also urged the Wellstone family to ask Vice President Dick Cheney to not attend the service and concocted the excuse that security for the VP would disrupt the event even though Secret Service security was required for former president Bill Clinton, who was invited and who did attend.
Rick Kahn, the Wellstone campaign worker and friend, worked the highly partisan crowd into a frenzy with strong rhetoric urging them to get out and elect replacement candidate Walter Mondale.
"That was the plan all along and it was one of the reasons we didn't want Cheney at the event," says one Democratic political operative who spoke only under promise that his name not be used. "It was a high stakes gamble but this is a campaign that demands high risks."
The secret plan was developled at the DNC headquarters in Washington and approved by party chairman Terry McAuliffe, the source said.
Kahn was then briefed and urged to turn the memorial event into a political rally. Wellstone campaign manager Jeff Blodgett's apology Wednesday afternoon was also part of the plan, designed to provide party deniability, the sources said.
"There were two agendas at work," one source said. "We needed to draw attention to the election. Between the sniper and Iraq, the election has been lost in the news. And then we needed to energize the Democratic base and Wellstone supporters in Minnesota."
While Kahn's firey rhetoric, and walkouts by Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura and GOP Senate Leader Trent Lott, fueled controversy, Democratic political operatives in Washington congratulated each other Wednesday.
"Mission accomplished" was the message of the day at the DNC and Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee offices.
Sources within both committees also said the Wellstone event is only the beginning of plans for media-generating activities through the election next week.
"This is war," one operative said. "The Republicans are too busy planning war on Iraq. They won't even see us coming."

Blaming a grieving family for your own political miscalculation.  Terry McAwful is the kind of lowlife who'd pass loud, smelly gas in a small room, point to the person next to him and shout, "He farted!"

But you can tell a lot about the moral compass of such a person, like "Terrible" Terry McAwful. The kind of person who'd leave his wife crying in the car on the way home from giving birth to their son, just to stop at a campaign fundraiser.

The kind of person who'd invest in a company (Global Crossings) and make a huge profit while others lost their pensions and savings.

Even worse, the kind of person who'd invest in a scheme that preyed on the terminally ill.

That's who the Washington ComPost endorses as Governor of Virginia?  Why?  Just because McAwful has a "D" by his name makes it OK?

No, it doesn't.

But the Compost has ignored that, just as they've ignored all of McAwful's other shady deals.  The only thing that matters is his party name and his identity to Bill Clinton, the mythology of the "moderate" Democrat.  One who is anything but moderate. McAwful would be a puppet of Richard Milhous Obama, supporting Obamacare and the expansion of Medicaid in Virginia. He would hurt the coal industry, and is a theat to the Second Amendment rights of Virginians.  McAwful is a pro-abortion extremist also, including getting funding and campaign support from Klan Parenthood.

No, we don't need California or New York ultra-liberal values in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

We DON'T NEED Terry McAwful as governor.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Veterans, Citizens Take Back Their Memorials From Obama's Spite House

I wasn't able to make it down to DC this morning for the Million Vet March to take back their memorials from the Spite House and Richard Milhous Obama, but it looked like a great event and showed the outrage of vets and patriots across the nation towards the way this President has treated them, all for political purposes.

Here's some photos from the Move America Forward facebook page:

Never forget the Benghazi Four.

Sarah Palin was there...
As was the Senator from the Great State of Texas, Ted Cruz.

You tell him, sir!

This is great! Not only did the vets take down the BarryCades, they personally delivered them to The Spite House.  Here's one photo picked up by Twitchy "Return to Sender."

Here's video at the Lincoln Memorial.

This is not the time to go wobbly, Republicans. It is the time to stand up for the American people.  Most are on your side, and are not represented in these phony media polls.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

SICK: "Terrible" Terry McAuliffe Invested in Scheme Preying On Terminally Ill

Ken Cuccinelli's campaign is out with a new ad on a very disgusting scheme that "Terrible" Terry McAuliffe invested in.

Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe acknowledged Wednesday that he invested $47,000 in a business operated by Joseph Caramadre, who recently pled guilty to charges of "fraud, conspiracy, and identity theft" in a federal courtroom in Providence, Rhode Island.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Providence Journal reported that, according to federal prosecutors, Caramadre and his associates "stole identities of terminally ill people. They then used that information to purchase investments his clients profited from after the people died."
According to Virginia's NBC 12, "Caramadre was also a donor to McAuliffe's failed 2009 bid for the Democratic nomination for governor of Virginia. Caramadre donated more than $26 thousand to McAuliffe and hosted a fundraiser for the candidate."
...Rhode Island's NBC News 10 I-Team reported that "there is no evidence that the investors knew that Caramadre was stealing the identities of the terminally ill patients."
McAuliffe campaign spokesperson Josh Schwerin told NBC 12 "that McAuliffe and his campaign would donate the equivalent of the campaign donations from Caramadre to the American Cancer Society. $27 thousand from the campaign. $47 thousand from the candidate himself. The $27 thousand was to return campaign contributions. The $47 thousand was for the investment into Caramadre's business venture."

Oh yeah, give money to charity, like that's going to make it right?

Come on Virginia!  Terry McAwful, just by virtue of being involved in this, shows just how much of a slick, immoral scumbag he is.  He's not fit to be governor, much less dogcatcher.