Friday, August 30, 2013


#Syria is just another diversionary tactic to divert attention from #Benghazi, #Obamacare employer mandate deferment, #Unemployment, #Economy, #CR, #Amnesty

Ted Cruz slams ‘unacceptable’ state of Syria debate with striking photo

President Waffles hasn't figured out his approach to Syria yet, though a fearsome "shot across the bow" is apparently on the table. Even though he hasn't made up his mind, Obama wants you to know he totally has this decision covered and doesn't much care what elected members of Congress think. Evidently he's not too concerned with what the intel says about the Syrian gas attack either.

As always, Sen. Ted Cruz had a meme-worthy graphic response to the president. It was retweeted more than 600 times in an hour.

Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have called on Obama to consult Congress before any use of military force in Syria. Many of them shared their thoughts on Twitter.

And then there's this screenshot of Putin's phone:

Tuesday, August 27, 2013


If Miley Cyrus really wanted to shock people, she'd become a rodeo clown and wear an Obama mask. -- @iowahawkblog

0bama's legacy of tyranny, lies and illegal actions

When Democrats rail against 0bama, and especially ones who voted for him, there exists no excuses for his tyranny, his lies and his illegal actions against the American public.

As an example, here is a scathing editorial by Jeff Jarvis in the United Kingdom's The Guardian:

"What are you thinking, Mr President?

"Is this really the legacy you want for yourself: [You're] the chief executive who trampled rights, destroyed privacy, heightened secrecy, ruined trust, and worst of all, did not defend but instead detoured around so many of the fundamental principles on which this country is founded?"

There is just no excuse for spying on all Americans using the NSA, to what political ends can and has this been used by him? And as the chief executive, he cannot excuse the IRS targeting conservative organizations ahead of his re-election, perhaps even swaying the outcome of the election.

Kerry hypocrisy

I don't remember John Kerry crying about victims of Saddam Hussein... His whole life has been a lie.

Syria: WWIII ?

Will 0bama start WWIII over Syria?

Monday, August 26, 2013

That's the point

Friday, August 23, 2013

NSA: The only part of government that actually listens

Here's a great idea for a t-shirt:

Unfortunately you can no longer buy the shirt at Zazzle:, a company that markets "freedom products for liberty lovers," says the NSA is using a claim of copyright infringement to stop it from selling T-shirts and other products making fun of the Big Brother agency.

"Two months ago the NSA's lawyers came after our parodies of the rogue agency and forced our host to take them down," the company said Friday on its Facebook page. …

After the shirt went on sale, the NSA sent a series of "cease and desist" orders in June, seeking to halt further sales of the items. …

The online retailer subsequently yanked the shirt from its site…

…along with McCall's other products poking fun at the hyperintrusive agency.

Obamacare poster

Limited edition #ObamaCare poster now available for your collection

Obama: Republicans 'Privately' Tell Me They're Afraid of Limbaugh, Tea Party

They should be afraid of us, afraid of 'we the people'.
Those representatives REPRESENT US!
They should be cognizant of our wants and desires.
Basically, they should replace ACA with something simpler and less destructive of the economy.

Obama: Republicans 'Privately' Tell Me They're Afraid of Limbaugh, Tea Party

During President Obama's wide-ranging interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo Friday, the president responded to a question about the "lack of action in Washington" with the claim that when it comes to shutting down the government to kill ObamaCare, his "Republican friends" tell him "privately" that they agree with him but are afraid of Rush Limbaugh and the Tea Party:

Nobody thinks [a shutdown's] good for the middle class. So the question is ultimately, if you are putting the American people first, if you are prioritizing them, then this shouldn't be that difficult. And I've made this argument to my Republican friends privately, and, by the way, sometimes they say to me privately, "I agree with you, but I'm worried about a primary from, you know, somebody in the Tea Party back in my district," or, "I'm worried about what Rush Limbaugh is going to say about me on the radio. And so you got to understand, I'm -- it's really difficult."

Just ten days ago, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said something remarkably similar during a "Morning Joe" discussion about same sex marriage -- that since 2006, "Republican leaders have said one thing in green rooms, another thing on TV and another thing on talk radio."

"Reince Priebus, when I got engaged, congratulated me at the White House correspondents weekend," [MSNBC anchor Thomas] Roberts said. And last year, the Republican National Committee's communications director, "Sean Spicer, congratulated me on getting married to my husband. It's odd because then they'll go out and drum beat against marriage equality."

"Since 2006," Scarborough said, "Republican leaders have said one thing in green rooms, another thing on TV and another thing on talk radio."

Scarborough called out GOP leaders for hurting the party. "Guts, they don't have guts to speak out against extremists. Mitt Romney never had the guts to speak out against the most extreme elements in his party and he lost, in part because he followed extremists down a rabbit hole."

Obviously, someone is lying. Either leftists like Obama and Scarborough are engaging in a coordinated political tactic to sew division in the Republican ranks; or some in the GOP are not who they say they are.

Of course, both could be true.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Court Hits California Small Businesses With Massive Retroactive Tax

just... wow...

Court Hits California Small Businesses With Massive Retroactive Tax

California hasn't collapsed like a giant Spanish-speaking Detroit yet largely because there are still small businesses that haven't been driven into bankruptcy or out of the state, providing employment and generating revenue. But the state's liberal rulers are working on that:

Small-business investors in California were promised big breaks five years ago, but now they're being told to pay up, instead after a court ruling.

After following the law, many of them are getting hit with tax bills as high as $250,000.

California law promised them tax breaks if they invested in certain types of business. But now a court has proclaimed that the breaks were unconstitutional. Hence the intensified looting spree to collect back taxes no one expected to owe.

[I]t's killing small businesses, says Ken DeVore, with the National Federation of Independent Businesses.

"It sends a message that you can't trust government. If you comply in good faith with the rules, they can go back and penalize you."

We might hear directly from the victimized businessmen, except,

Investors who could be hit by the retroactive taxes did not want to go on camera, fearing they would become an easy target for the Franchise Tax Board.

Ask any Tea Party organization how much fun it is to appear on the radar of the tax collectors.

To state the obvious, it is not possible to run a business in a state run by greedy, capricious, left-wing thugs. Refer to most any Latin American banana republic to get a glimpse of California's future.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

More Obamacare goodness

More Obamacare goodness--> RT "UPS to drop 15,000 spouses from insurance, cites Obamacare"

Friday, August 16, 2013

Obama Regime Bungled Egypt

What a great headline - and true!

The Obama Regime Bungled Egypt

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Obama's Economic Approval Plunges to 35%

It's about time the people woke up.
Obama golfs, while the people suffer.

Romney would have reduced any vacation and insisted congress get to work reducing taxes on small business to spur hiring!

0bamacare exceptions: all your royal rulers in Washington D.C., but not you

That's right, YOU don't get an exception/exemption. AND you will have to pay the Obamacare penalty starting 2014.

Thanks 0bama for that! Just what we needed, another tax.

So there's all those exceptions. The one at the end, which includes all the union and corporate carve-outs, is a biggie when you add in the delayed employer mandate. That's one of the main mechanisms by which the hideous law is supposed to be funded. You get to be one of the others, via the individual mandate.

This week, news broke that not only do you not get any delay in funding this law unless you're connected to Big Labor or work for a connecte corporation, you don't get a cap on how much you may have to spend out of pocket on health care. There's supposed to be a cap. But by royal decree of His Majesty King Putt, ya don't get one until 2015.

The limit on out-of-pocket costs, including deductibles and co-payments, was not supposed to exceed $6,350 for an individual and $12,700 for a family. But under a little-noticed ruling, federal officials have granted a one-year grace period to some insurers, allowing them to set higher limits, or no limit at all on some costs, in 2014.

The grace period has been outlined on the Labor Department's Web site since February, but was obscured in a maze of legal and bureaucratic language that went largely unnoticed. When asked in recent days about the language — which appeared as an answer to one of 137 "frequently asked questions about Affordable Care Act implementation" — department officials confirmed the policy.

The whole law is a mess of legal and bureaucratic language, but can't Republicans clear things up with a simple message that goes something like this?

President Obama keeps threatening to shut the government down unless Congress funds his unpopular law. But he keeps defunding his own law by delaying parts of it. He's unwilling to admit the obvious, which is that his law is a mess that's killing jobs and hurting people's health insurance. And he isn't even funding it like he said he would. The whole thing just needs to be defunded now, before it's too late, so we can start over and get a bipartisan solution.

The media likes bipartisan solutions, right?

It needs a little simplifying and a populist touch, but the basic argument can be that Obama keeps defunding his own law every time there's a delay on anything.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Paul on a restrained and minimized government

"The founders never intended for America to trust their government. Our entire constitution was predicated on the notion that government was a necessary evil, to be restrained and minimized as much as possible." -- Senator Rand Paul

Monday, August 12, 2013

Fwd: Good news: Sequester is working

The Sequester is working, thanks to Republicans in the House of Representatives!

However, I don't think it's time to celebrate just yet, as this WSJ article seems to indicate, we stilll are over $16 Trillion in debt, and it's still growing...


The Budget Sequester Is a Success
The Obama spending blitz is over and the deficit is heading below 4% of GDP.

The biggest underreported story out of Washington this year is that the federal budget is shrinking and much more than anyone in either party expected.
     Consider the numbers: According to the Congressional Budget Office, annual outlays peaked at $3.598 trillion in fiscal 2011. After President Obama's first two years in office, many in Washington expected that number to hit $4 trillion by 2014. Instead, spending fell to $3.537 trillion in fiscal 2012, and is on pace to fall below $3.45 trillion by the end of this fiscal year (Sept. 30). The $150 billion budget decline of 4% is the first time federal expenditures have fallen for two consecutive years since the end of the Korean War.
This reversal from the spending binge in 2009 and 2010 began with the debt-ceiling agreement between Mr. Obama and House Speaker John Boehner in 2011. The agreement set $2 trillion in tight caps on spending over a decade and created this year's budget sequester, which will save more than $50 billion in fiscal 2013.
      As long as Republicans don't foolishly undo this amazing progress by agreeing to Mr. Obama's demands for a "balanced approach" to the 2014 budget in exchange for calling off the sequester, additional expenditure cuts will continue automatically. Those cuts are built into the current budget law.
In other words, Mr. Obama has inadvertently chained himself to fiscal restraints that could flatten federal spending for the rest of his presidency. If the country sees any normal acceleration of economic growth (from the anemic 1.4% growth rate so far this year), the deficit is on a path to drop steadily at least through 2015. Already the deficit has fallen from its Mount Everest peak of 10.2% of gross domestic product in 2009, to about 4% this year. That's a bullish six percentage points less of the GDP of new federal debt each year....

A presidential chorus line


Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Caption this: 0bama finger of doom

''Listen Jay, I said to the Republicans -- Let me be clear, if you try to defund 0bamacare, I will bury you. And that's when they backed down.''

Thursday, August 01, 2013

We're all Democrats now .. the new GOP logo

Well, the GOP caves to everything Obama wants, and the Democrats have won every battle ... they got Obamacare, Amnesty, 4% income tax increase, what else can we say, except these Republicans in congress are all Democrats now, the new GOP. They even got John Roberts to side with Obama on the individual mandate. oh bother.