Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Mitt Romney & GOP Establishment: Scam Artists

Remember how, during the 2012 GOP Primary, all the GOP-establishment talking heads, pseudo conservatives, and the Republican Party consultant class (ie Porky Pig Karl Rove) told us Mitt Romney was the "most electable" of the GOP field.

Even the dingy Ann Coulter dumped her Tony Soprano-esque boyfriend Chris Christie for Mittens, even though she'd stated at CPAC 2011 if Romney was the nominee we'd lose.

Yet, the Romney campaign and the GOP establishment unleashed Obamaesque attacks on all the other GOP candidates, and even those who were seen as potential candidates (ie Sarah Palin), because it was Mitt's turn.

Though many of us, including yours truly, opposed Romney, we supported him in the general election, because the thought of four more years of Obama was more than we could handle.

Turns out, we who were hesitant and questioned Romney were right afterall. Far from being the "severe" conservative he claimed to be at CPAC 2012, Romney and the GOP-establishment played a scam on the nation that helped the worst President in US history gain a second term.


The proof in the pudding? Not only did Romney show how much of a phony he was when it came to opposing Obamacare, he went over to the enemy, being Obama henchman David Axeldouche, to attack conservatives and conservative media (Breitbart).
Failed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney lamented that the demise of traditional media is empowering Republican “insurgents” and preventing establishment Republicans from compromising more with Democrats.
As the Republican establishment is trying convince Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) to run for House Speaker, Romney told David Axelrod on a recent “The Axe Files” podcast that the “extremes within our respective parties are having a louder and louder voice and demanding more attention” and “immediate action” as opposed to more “collaborative action.”
Romney said this phenomenon flows in part from the “change in the world of media.”
“There was a time when we all got the news with the same facts, if you will,” he said. “We had three networks we watched for the evening news. Most of us got newspapers. Everybody in the middle class got a newspaper, so we got the same facts whether we agreed or not with them.”
Now, according to Romney, people “get their news on the web” and “they tend to read those things which they agree with.” He said people are “not seeing the other side” and “not even getting the same facts” while “we have commentators” on left-leaning and right-leaning cable news channels “who are hyperbolic in expressing their views on issues.”
The article goes on, with Romney lamenting that this has induced more liberals in the Democratic Party and people “who feel they are more insurgent” - ie: conservative” in the GOP as opposed to gathering  in “the center of the party.”
“And I think that divisiveness is one of the things that has led to Washington having such a hard time getting things done……There are some in our party who think the best approach is throwing bombs. The problem with bomb throwing so far is that most of the bombs have landed on our own team. That doesn’t help.”
Newsflash, Mittens, it's not 1975 anymore. Even then, our nation was misinformed by that pinko Walter Chronkite, whose opining about how the Tet Offensive in 1968 was a disaster, helped the Vietcong and turned sentiment against the war.

But do you notice, he never goes after the far-Left, it is only the conservative "insurgents" he attacks. It's always conservatives who have to "move-to-the-center" and surrender our principles. Government's jobs is not to "get things done," Mittens, it's to get out of the lives of everyday Americans and to uphold the Constitution. There cannot be compromise with those who want to destroy the principles this nation was founded upon.

Think of this too, Romney is willing to sit for a pow wow with a scumbag like Axelrod who allegedly made up a story about Mitten's concession call on Election Night and racial understones that were supposedly made.

You know what "moving to the center does" Mittens? It means you're going to become roadkill. You don't negotiate with or try to make nice with the enemy like Axeldouche and Obama, who want to destroy this country by tearing it apart with their divisive, Alinsky tactics.

Thanks for nothing, Mittens! No go away you scam artist!

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

George W. Bush, Don't Look To Me To Defend You Anymore!

Part of the reason I started this blog almost 10 years ago (this coming January) was because of how the Democrat Party and the far Left, seen from my perch at the time in the San Francisco Bay Area, was on a relentless attack against the War on Terror and the Commander in Chief at the time, George W. Bush.

I never have and do not subscribe to the belief that 9/11 was entirely Bush's fault, nor do I agree with those who think the Iraq War was a mistake. But, I was a critic of Bush's obsession with "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" (read: amnesty) and the pre-Obama bailout of the banks.

I even had the privilege of meeting then President Bush, as well as Laura Bush and Dana Perino at the 2008 White House Christmas party, when I was a guest of my ex-father-in-law.

However, after what I read in Politico yesterday, George W. Bush can no longer look to me as one of his defenders in the blogosphere.
Inside a sleek Denver condominium, George W. Bush let a hundred donors to his brother’s campaign in on a secret. Of all the rival Republican candidates, there is one who gets under the former president’s skin, whom he views as perhaps Jeb Bush’s most serious rival for the party’s nomination.
It isn’t Donald Trump, whose withering insults have sought to make Jeb pay a political price for his brother’s presidency. It isn’t Marco Rubio, Jeb’s former understudy who now poses a serious threat to his establishment support.
It’s George W. Bush’s former employee — Ted Cruz.
“I just don’t like the guy,” Bush said Sunday night, according to conversations with more than half a dozen donors who attended the event.
One donor in the room said the former president had been offering mostly anodyne accounts of how the Bush family network views the current campaign and charming off-the-cuff jokes, until he launched into Cruz.
“I was like, ‘Holy sh-t, did he just say that?’” the donor said. “I remember looking around and seeing that other people were also looking around surprised.”
“The tenor of what he said about the other candidates was really pretty pleasant,” another donor said. “Until he got to Cruz.”
Bush took a harsh view of Cruz’s apparent alliance with Trump, who stood with the senator at a Capitol Hill rally last month in opposition to the Iran deal. While Trump, the current GOP poll leader, has attacked most of his competitors in the 2016 field, he has avoided criticizing Cruz.
One donor, paraphrasing the former president’s comment in response to a broad question about how he viewed the primary race and the other Republican candidates, said: “He said he found it ‘opportunistic’ that Cruz was sucking up to Trump and just expecting all of his support to come to him in the end,” that donor added.
Like I said, I do not subscribe to the point of view Donald Trump had stated about 9/11 being Bush's fault. That was mostly an outgrowth of the feckless response during the Clinton years to al-Queda terrorism. But, Bush, especially since the USS Cole attack happened a month before the 2000 election, should have read the tea leaves and looked to get a terror policy in place. In fact, the rules of engagement Bill Clinton put into place, where the military was unarmed, was not lifted during the Bush years. There was no military response to the Cole bombing until the War on Terror started. Why?

But where I will blame George W. Bush is for giving us Richard Milhous Hussein-Obama, because, thanks to that idiot named Karl Rove, Bush decided to embrace the "New Tone," no criticism of his opponents.

The Rove/Bush strategy is best illustrated by George McFly in Back to the Future.


It was Rove and the Bush White House's responsibility to go after the seditious lies being drummed up by opponents of the Iraq War, while our men and women were on the battlefield risking life and limb. They refused, and thus the war was lost by popular opinion, which led directly to the ascendancy of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Obama.  By refusing to take on the Party of Treason, Bush and Rove dishonored and abandoned the troops they sent to fight and die in Iraq and Afghanistan.

This is what steams me about George W. Bush and the entire Bush family. They play nice with the Left, but are vicious toward conservatives.

Look at how Daddy Bush and Dubya are so close with Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Speaking of Iraq, the first attacks on the war were initiated by that murderous, drunk driver named Ted Kennedy, who accused Dubya, with no proof, of telling "lie after lie." What does Daddy Bush do? Gives the clown who has the only confirmed kill in the War on Women an award.

No, if he was any real father, Daddy Bush would have said the following to the Lifeguard of Chappaquiddick in public instead of giving him an award.
"Senator, I believe in 1988 you famously asked your party 'Where was George?' I'll tell you where I was. I was home in dry clothes, sober, and with my wife."
Not to be outdone, Little John Ellis Bush, aka ¡Jeb!, dares to accuse Donald Trump of not being a real Republican, but little ¡Jeb! spoke at an awards ceremony for Hillary Rotten Clinton on the one year anniversary of Benghazi, in another disgusting display of the closeness between the two political dynasties.

But conservatives and Ted Cruz get the back of Dubya's hand.

Fine, Dubya, you're on your own, don't look to this blogger to defend you anymore, and you can count on me to join everyone else to make sure that idiot brother of yours ¡Jeb! never sets foot in the Oval Office.

Monday, October 12, 2015

Obama Destroyed By Liberal Steve Croft On 60 Minutes: Trump Comments: "What's Going on In Our Country...I Don't Get It"

Richard Milhous Hussein-Obama was on See BS 60 Minutes last night with Steve Croft. I don't watch that show, and I wouldn't watch Obama on that show because I'd be sure it was nothing but softball questions.

But something happened. I caught wind of it from a Facebook friend and former high school classmate, who commented on the interview.

But when I saw these video clips, I see that she was right in her assessment. I'm posting these two videos by a YouTube channel TheTruthDamit "Common Sense TV" run by a guy named E.T. Williams, who had some interesting commentary (WARNING - strong language).
"This is the best interview I've seen in a long time with a journalist being tough on this bastard. I've never seen nobody treat him like this. And Steve you supposed to be with the group. They're going to expose you now. They're going to dig up all kinda dirt on you cause the President is screwing up, and now they gotta make you look bad."

Mr. Williams continued his observations of Obama's interview, when the topic of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin challenging Obama's so-called leadership.


"America...you gambled on a crackhead, and now America has lost."
"Barack Obama, now he's Vladimir Putin's personal bitch!"
"Climate change! Would you listen to this freaking clown! You ain't gonna be worrying about climate change when they'll be blowing crap up you dumbass you!
Donald Trump was on Fox and Friends this morning and was asked about Obama's interview.


"Well I watched his performance last night and I thought it was terrible. I thought was sad, because it's all negative, there's nothing positive. ...It's just very negative and then you know he goes 'what else do you got?' like he's doing great and he wasn't doing great. He's doing poorly. I don't get it, what's going on in our country. It can be fixed, in many cases very easily but we have somebody who's more worried about climate change than he is about all of the problems that we have. ...We have much bigger problems than climate change, we have 100 million people out of the workforce."
I haven't heard, but I'm wondering if Steve Croft is still employed at See BS after last night.

Thursday, October 08, 2015

Despite SF Murder, Number Of Sanctuary Cities Grows, More Criminal Aliens Released

Sane, rational-thinking Americans were horrified at the murder of Kate Steinle by a several-times deported illegal alien in the sanctuary city of San Francisco over the summer.

But despite the media attention to this horrible crime, statistics are showing the number of sanctuary cities is growing (Washington Times).
The list of sanctuary cities has grown to more than 340, and they shielded an average of 1,000 immigrants a month from deportation last year — and more than 2,000 of those released have already been arrested for yet more crimes, according to a report being released Thursday by the Center for Immigration Studies.
Among those released are illegal immigrants accused of murders and brutal assaults, said Jessica Vaughan, the author of the report, which comes just as the Senate is poised to begin debating legislation to try to crack down on sanctuary jurisdictions.
“Our elected officials must not sit back and watch these sanctuary jurisdictions continue to release thousands of criminal aliens back into our communities in defiance of ICE efforts to deport them, and then witness the harm that inevitably ensues when these removable offenders strike again,” said Jessica Vaughan, the report’s author.
All told, there are now 340 jurisdictions that refuse to cooperate to some extent with federal deportation requests, Ms. Vaughan said, citing ICE numbers. She keeps a tally listing most of those jurisdictions, and recently added nine new names to its list, including Prince George’s County and Montgomery County in Maryland, and Chesterfield County in Virginia.
Ms. Vaughan keeps a map of the known sanctuary jurisdictions at: http://cis.org/Sanctuary-Cities-Map, giving residents a chance to see if they live under one of the controversial policies.
I looked at the map referenced in the article and I wonder if Ms. Vaughan may have inaccurate numbers. Not that there's 340 sanctuary cities, but that there may be more than that number.

Take Texas for example. CIS has Travesty County (Travis County...Austin metro area) as a sanctuary county. I was always under the assumption Austin was the only area. However, a friend on social media messaged me over the summer, telling me how a Google search revealed that Denton, TX, where he grew up and lived for many years, was a sanctuary city. This led me to investigate. According to Watchdog.org, who linked to a website by Ohio Jobs & Justice PAC, Denton is on the list of sanctuary cities in Texas, along with Baytown, Brownsville, Channelview, Dallas, El Cenizo, Fort Worth, Houston, Katy, Laredo, McAllen and Port Arthur.

The CIS map also leaves off my old stomping grounds of Marin County, CA (especially San Rafael, CA in 2007, when Mayor Al Bozo said that city "would not enforce" immigration law), as well as my current area of residence--Fairfax County, VA, where former County Supervisor (now Congressman) "Jihad" Gerry Connolly called enforcing immigration law "demagoguery."

And not only are the numbers of the cities growing, but the Obama Regime refuses to do anything about it, even pushing release of these dangerous criminals. How many more Kate Steinle's will there be before we have leaders who are willing to the right thing?

Irving, TX "Clock Kid's" Father Pushed 9/11 Troofer Theories Online

I knew something about the innocent looking teenager who was detained for supposedly inventing a clock that resembled a bomb didn't smell right.

WND.com and The Kelly File have reported that his father, Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed, posted a video on a Facebook page he runs for the Arabic-language National Reform Party that pushes "9/11 Trooferism," or conspiracy theories about the attacks on September 11, 2001.

The Kelly File:




World Net Daily:
When 14-year-old Ahmed “clock-boy” Mohamed meets with President Obama, perhaps they should take time to discuss his father’s 9/11 conspiracy theories.
Mohammed Elhassan Mohammed, 50, who attempted to become the president of Sudan twice while living in the U.S., runs the Arabic-language National Reform Party Facebook page. The website casts the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks as masterfully conducted media hoax.

“Yesterday [Friday, September 11, 2015] was the anniversary observed in the United States of America on what is called ‘September 11th.’ This was the miracle that came to America in the form of terrorism – which offered her the invasion of Islamic countries (headed by Afghanistan and Iraq), which she saw as a great threat – on a golden plate,” a recent Facebook post by Asad al-Barari said, Townhall.com reported Tuesday. “Thus [the events of September 11th] are but an American media creation, no matter how some may try to label them as ‘Islamic terrorism.’ They were indeed terrorism, but terrorism American style – terrorism that sweeps away and annihilates whole countries, and not those few buildings in the midst of New York City.”
Mohammed’s son, Ahmed, gained instant notoriety after a “suit-case” clock he brought to MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas, on Sept. 14 prompted cops to temporarily detain him and school officials to issue a suspension.
“I told you one day I’m going to be – and you told me yourself – I’m going to be really big on the Internet one day,” the teenager allegedly told his former Sam Houston Middle School history teacher, Ralph Kubiak, after his story went viral, the Dallas Morning News reported Sept. 26.
President Obama invited the student to the White House in a Sept. 16 tweet, saying, “Cool clock, Ahmed. Want to bring it to the White House? We should inspire more kids like you to like science. It’s what makes America great.”
According to the Kelly File, Mohammed is planning to go to the White House on October 19 as part of a "Astronomy Night."

Under the Regime of Richard Milhous Hussein-Obama, all efforts to combat Islamofascist terrorism have been drawn back. In September 2009, Obama began the minimization of that horrible attack by declaring September 11 a "National Day of Service," meaning the day in which Americans were murdered by Islamic extremists on our own soil was relegated to a day in which you volunteered to take out your neighbors trash.

Around the same time, in September 2009, Obama's "green jobs czar" resigned after it was revealed he had signed a 9/11 Troof letter, which he later asked to have his name removed from.

In August 2010, Obama voiced support at a White House Iftar dinner for the building of a "victory mosque" near the sacred ground where the World Trade Center once stood, a direct stab in the eye at 9/11 families.

On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Moochelle Obama voiced disgust at a ceremony at the World Trade Center site, "All this for a damn flag."


Obama and his Secretary of Hate, Hillary Rotten Clinton, did nothing while Americans were under attack on a diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya on 9/11/12, but plot how to blame the attack, which led to the deaths of four Americans, on an obscure anti-Islamic video. Obama even told the United Nations weeks after the attacks "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam."

But make a clock that looks like a bomb while your dad posts 9/11 trooferism, and get an invite to the Obama White House.

Such is life in Hussein-Obama's Amerika,

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

Chronicles In Liberal Racism: Ben Carson a "Coon," Michelle Malkin a "Rage Monkey"

One of the old, worn out adages by the Left has been to smear conservatives, Republicans, and Tea Party types as racists.

Remember how the Democrats, liberal media, NAACCP and Congressional Black Caucus conspired to slander Tea Party protesters as racists who shout the N-word at blacks in Congress?

But it's liberals who are the ones who engage in outright, overt racism.

Case in point, a liberal Ivy League college professor attacked Dr. Ben Carson, as documented at Campus Reform.
University of Pennsylvania Professor Anthea Butler called Presidential Candidate Ben Carson a “coon” for claiming that people have the right to display Confederate flags on private property.
“If only there was a ‘coon of the year’ award…” Professor Butler tweeted in response to another tweet linking to a Sports Illustrated article in which Carson was quoted defended the right of NASCAR fans to fly Confederate flags during races.

“Swastikas are a symbol of hate for some people too … and yet they still exist in our museums and places like that,” Carson observed during the event in North Carolina with NASCAR legend Richard Petty. “If it’s a majority of people in that area who want it to fly, I certainly wouldn't take it down,” he added, noting that NASCAR races are held on private property.
The word “coon” is an offensive term to slander Africans, deriving from the Portuguese word “barracoos,” which is a hut-like dwelling used to store slaves during auctions, according to Online Etymology.
In effect, then, Butler’s tweet insinuated that Carson is a metaphorical slave who belongs in a wooden shed.
This is not the first time the religion studies professor made a racially charged comment on social media. Butler believes God is a “white racist...carrying a gun and stalking young black men” because George Zimmerman was found not guilty in the Trayvon Martin case, and also made bizarre remarks during the hype of Michael Brown’s death, referring it as a blood sacrifice.
Also worth noting is that Butler has tenure status, and once boasted that “I can’t get fired” over criticisms from the right, according to The College Fix.
Not only that, Michelle Malkin, who has endured an endless barrage of hate speech over the years, was attacked in a racially derogatory manner by a writer at liberal Salon.com (Newsbusters).
Poor Gary Legum at Salon.com. How dare supporters of the right to keep and bear arms as clearly defined in the Constitution's Second Amendment push back against the gun control movement's cynical exploitation of Thursday's Roseburg, Oregon massacre?
...Now to some of Legum's execrable content (some language cleaned up; links are in original; bolds and numbered tags are mine):
Often in the wake of an act like Thursday’s, I have suggested that the anti-gun control crowd have the decency to shut the f__ up for a day or two. [1] That is because for all the caterwauling of gun control advocates, it seems clear to me that they have lost the fight. Contrary to the right-wing paranoia, the Second Amendment is in no danger of being repealed. It is nearly impossible to push even the mildest gun control measures through legislatures at either the federal or state level.
... But no. The news barely broke before conservatives were all hands on deck to find scapegoats and spout the usual litany of talking points. [2] You couldn’t throw a rock without hitting a #tcot saying the aftermath of the shooting is too soon to talk about gun control measures because that would be “politicizing” a tragedy.
... National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke was quick to blame the media and second the idea that reporting on shootings leads to copycats. Right-wing rage monkey Michelle Malkin suggested gun control advocates refrain from commenting on breaking news of shootings, for reasons that elude all reasonable explanation. [3] Does she think we’re going to find out the shooter used a marshmallow gun or actually stabbed all his victims with a grapefruit spoon?
And the Left says nothing about this hypocrisy.