Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Privatized police force taking over town?
Hired security guards descend upon city in phony patrol cars
This looks almost like those Organizing for America Health Reform Now logos ...
A tale of two protests.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Revealed: The ghost fleet of the recession anchored just east of Singapore | Mail Online: "The biggest and most secretive gathering of ships in maritime history lies at anchor east of Singapore. Never before photographed, it is bigger than the U.S. and British navies combined but has no crew, no cargo and no destination - and is why your Christmas stocking may be on the light side this year"
Monday, September 28, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
SHOCK UNCOVERED: Obama IN HIS OWN WORDS saying His Health Care Plan will ELIMINATE private insurance
Reposting ... (The goal is deception .... in their own words, the "Public Option" is the path the "Single Payer," effectively destroying the entire private health insurance industry. Effectively, a government takeover of health care.)
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
This is shocking that this criminal enterprise receives "non-partisan" tax-payer federal funds. It is not a few bad apples (or "acorns") -- it is the institutional modus operandi of the thug army of leftist operatives working for political structural revolution in this country. Sadly, its one of legions of clandestine or "front" organizations. See:
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
I just checked the Monday AM CNN website, and there were a number of headlines on the Joe Wilson "You Lie!" outburst, but nary a mention of this HUGE protest against the latest Leftist power-grab to pave the way to a single-payer socialized health care system, as well as spend our way to oblivion. When the left gets a few 100 rent-a-mob protesters to sit-in with Cindy Sheehan, the "state-run" liberal media run banner headlines for days.
Friday, September 11, 2009
Sent to you by EJ via Google Reader:
Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is up to no good in Honduras, and Obama is smoothing his way.
Things you can do from here:
Thursday, September 10, 2009
by Sarah Palin
Thursday, 10 September 2009
After all the rhetoric is put aside, one principle ran through President Obama's speech to Congress (9/09): that increased government involvement in health care can solve its problems.
Many Americans fundamentally disagree with this idea. We know from long experience that the creation of a massive new bureaucracy will not provide us with "more stability and security," but just the opposite.
It's hard to believe the President when he says that this time he and his team of bureaucrats have finally figured out how to do things right if only we'll take them at their word.
Our objections to the Democrats' health care proposals are not mere "bickering" or "games." They are not an attempt to "score short term political points." And it's hard to listen to the President lecture us not to use "scare tactics" when in the next breath he says that "more will die" if his proposals do not pass.
In his speech the President directly responded to concerns I've raised about unelected bureaucrats being given power to make decisions affecting life or death health care matters.
He called these concerns "bogus," "irresponsible," and "a lie" -- so much for civility.
After all the name-calling, though, what he did not do is respond to the arguments we've made, arguments even some of his own supporters have agreed have merit.
In fact, after promising to "make sure that no government bureaucrat .... gets between you and the health care you need," the President repeated his call for an Independent Medicare Advisory Council -- an unelected, largely unaccountable group of bureaucrats charged with containing Medicare costs.
He did not disavow his own statement that such a group, working outside of "normal political channels," should guide decisions regarding that "huge driver of cost ... the chronically ill and those toward the end of their lives...."
He did not disavow the statements of his health care advisor, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, and continuing to pay his salary with taxpayer dollars proves a commitment to his beliefs.
The President can keep making unsupported assertions, but until he directly responds to the arguments I've made, I'm going to call him out too.
It was heartening to hear the President finally recognize that tort reform is an important part of any solution. But this concession shouldn't lead us to take our eye off the ball: the Democrats' proposals will not reduce costs, and they will not deliver better health care.
It's this kind of "healthy skepticism of government" that truly reflects a "concern and regard for the plight of others." We can't wait to hear the details on that; we look forward to working with you on tort reform.
Finally, President Obama delivered an offhand applause line tonight about the cost of the War on Terror. As we approach the anniversary of the September 11th attacks and honor those who died that day and those who have died since in the War on Terror, in order to secure our freedoms, we need to remember their sacrifices and not demonize them as having had too high a price tag.
Remember, Mr. President, elected officials work for the people. Forcing a conclusion in order to claim a "victory" is not healthy for our country. We hear you say government isn't always the answer; now hear us -- that's what we've been saying all along.
Sarah Palin is the former Governor of Alaska
Yeah. Let's break with the policies of the "last eight years." That is, the policies of Democratic Leftist Party stonewalling, cover-up and undermining of the American economy and the the institutions that gird and protect our freedoms and the civil society.
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
Thursday, September 03, 2009
"They" don't care if the American people want it (Socialized Health Care) or not. "They" know better. "They" know what's good for you. "They" will convince you of the errors of your ways. "They" care more. "They" have the very best of intentions. "They" have a vision of a Utopia. "They" will guide us to a Heaven on Earth. "They" don't care how they get there. "They" will be forgiven for the deceptions and lies, because the end result will have justified the means, no matter how unprincipled.