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Friday, October 23, 2009

If the Constitution falls in the White House, does it make a sound?


Thanks, 4-Block World!!! Hey, was the idea of Barack on Letterman an inspiration in any way? I wonder if he brought Liva Snaps...or interns? (Ba-DUMP)

Woman Honor Thyself - Angel presents a must-see video. I mean you gotta see this!!! Our freedom of speech and our flat-out freedoms of all kind are under siege. Watch it and tell me what you think.

Yet another Obama Czar (manufacturing) quoting Mao? Bloom says, among other things, “We kind of agree with Mao that power comes largely from the barrel of a gun.” Ron Bloom as presented by Gateway Pundit.



What are you going to do if they take away your internet access and control the news media? What happens then? Who has a bigger gun than the President of the United States? Anyway, you will not be shocked to learn that Bloom came to the White House by way of the SEIU, right?

Did you know that It’s come to this: White House tries to bar Fox News from interviewing pay czar? This is after the White House tried to get the rest of the journalism world to take the Fox ball away and go home? The Obama Administration has no shame.



Does anybody wonder why they call them "czars?" Can we change that to Corruption Chiefs?
Way back in July Michelle Malkin exposed the czars for what they really are...then she goes on to point out a large part of the problem with this culture of corruption:

"A panel of constitutional scholars told the Senate that lawmakers can’t really do anything about Team Obama’s massive proliferation of unaccountable appointees with unlimited authority — until they get caught exceeding their assigned powers.

Which, of course, we know so little about because the White House has kept so many czar budgets and staffing out of public view."



It falls to the general public and bloggers and Fox News to keep an eye on this situation, because networks like MSNBC are in the tank for Obama. Chris Mathews, is that leg still tinglin'? For crying out loud, Dan Rather was willing to present made up evidence against George Bush but NBC and CBS and ABC and CNN just watch as this administration tries to stifle free speech and ignore the obvious crimes of ACORN unless they are intentionally lying about them!


One of Michelle's posts starred these revelations from a government employee still able to think:

A peek at a federal employee’s spam e-mail from Team Obama

By Michelle Malkin • October 8, 2009 10:44 PM

Here’s the e-mail of the day, from a beleaguered federal employee at the Commerce Department.

Thanks to the e-mailer for giving us a revealing glimpse into the bowels of the spam-happy, appointee-overrun Obama bureaucracy.

Michelle,

I work for the Department of Commerce as a federal employee…and am getting rather fed up with what I have seen since last January…

Over the past couple of weeks, we have received several emails (a couple below, two received within a minute of each other) from the Commerce Secretary, Gary Locke, announcing ANOTHER new White House web site. This web site is where employees can make suggestions for how government can save money……ooooh, and win a trip to see Obama!!

What a joke after all we have seen since Obama was elected! Too bad the general public cannot submit suggestions.

I wonder how many needed items will be cut in favor of more leftist programs?

Somehow I highly doubt the following suggestions would be acceptable to them:

1. Get rid of the numerous and redundant czars.
2. Stop bailing out institutions that should probably fail like banks, car companies, unions, etc., particularly the politically connected.
3. Make Charlie Rangel pay his taxes.
4. Stop funding corrupt organizations immediately like ACORN.
5. Stop flying Air Force One (and the massive entourage) all over the world for personal reasons.
6. Stop flying in sycophantic supporters to promote your socialized health plan.

I could go on and on.

Today, another email was sent out announcing the creation of two new political appointee positions within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Just what we need. More layers of flunkies at the top taking up space.

How about saving money by not creating these positions for political cronies?

The emails follow:




ADDENDUM DE DUM DUM

The Differences Between Liberals and Conservatives

Going around Ye Olde Interwebs. I found it at Grouchy Olde Cripple:

If a conservative doesn’t like guns, he doesn't buy one.
If a liberal doesn't like guns, he wants all guns outlawed.

If a conservative is a vegetarian, he doesn't eat meat.
If a liberal is a vegetarian, he wants all meat products banned for everyone.

If a conservative sees a foreign threat, he thinks about how to defeat his enemy.
A liberal wonders how to surrender gracefully and still look good.

If a conservative is homosexual, he quietly leads his life.
If a liberal is homosexual, he demands legislated respect.

If a black man or Hispanic are conservative, they see themselves as independently successful.
Their liberal counterparts see themselves as victims in need of government protection.

If a conservative is down-and-out, he thinks about how to better his situation.
A liberal wonders who is going to take care of him.

If a conservative doesn’t like a talk show host, he switches channels.
Liberals demand that those they don’t like be shut down.

If a conservative is a non-believer, he doesn’t go to church.
A liberal non-believer wants any mention of God and religion silenced. (Unless it’s a foreign religion, of course!)

If a conservative decides he needs health care, he goes about shopping for it, or may choose a job that provides it.
A liberal demands that the rest of us pay for his.

If a conservative slips and falls in a store, he gets up, laughs and is embarrassed.
If a liberal slips and falls, he grabs his neck, moans like he's in labor and then sues.

12 comments:

radar said...

Okay, that is it, back to the Bible stuff tomorrow. Enough Political Science for awhile...the Sad but Truth is important but I hope some of you actually take action! Write emails, send letters and faxes to your legislators, attend Tea Party rallies...

foutsc said...

I like the e-mailer's list. We're seeing an almost complete collapse of trust. Hopefully we can vote them out before elections are outlawed...

Anonymous said...

Because... asking government employees for suggestions on how to make government more effective is bad for some reason?

I don't get it. If the Bush administration had asked for such suggestions, would you have had a problem with it? Really?

As for Fox being a news organization, they're a borderline case at best. Popular yes. News... mmmaybe not so much.

-- creeper

Anonymous said...

I read this line the other day, "saying that Fox News is the most popular news source is like saying Coca Cola is the most popular juice". Or, put another way, Fox is to news, as WWE is to sports.

Oh and can you conservatives explain to me how the way the Bush administration treated ALL media sources other than Fox, is different from how you are accusing Obama of treating Fox? Blackballing all MSM sources is OK but doing it to a lying, fear mongering source like Fox is fascist? You guys sure were quiet on the constitution when your Repubs were in power.

- Canucklehead

Oh and, as a side note, I saw GWB here, live and in person, the other day. Thank science my ticket was free because that has to be the most uninteresting president you guys have ever had. OK, OK, you are a "decider" that likes "spreading freedom" we get it, already. One would hope that his time out of office has caused him to actually think about the actions he took while president, but nope, just the same, simple, everything is black or white, George Bush we grew so tired of while he was in office.

Anonymous said...

"Did you know that It’s come to this: White House tries to bar Fox News from interviewing pay czar?"

Did you know that it's not true?

-- creeper

radar said...

Sorry Creeper, it is true. Lots of verification on youtube, news reports, announcements by WH staffers and reactions from other newsmen plus Fox liberal Juan Williams.

I bet you could find a link that claims JFK is still alive. But I will not believe that one either.

radar said...

"I read this line the other day, "saying that Fox News is the most popular news source is like saying Coca Cola is the most popular juice". Or, put another way, Fox is to news, as WWE is to sports."

Some of you people are so indoctrinated. GWB never barred CBS or CNN or tried. He even kept Helen Thomas at news conferences front and center when she is an ovbiously washed-up lefty loon. You really must try thinking for yourselves. Considering Rathers "fake but true" Bush service documents, I think it is the MSM who are the WWE.

Prime time Fox News beats the next three competitors COMBINED! It is popular because people want to hear both sides of the issues. People are sick of continual editorializing and bootlicking on the MSM and want real debate and discussion and investigative reporting. So Fox News keeps growing like crazy.

foutsc said...

The loony left just wants everybody to shut up while Obama "cleans up the mess."

Dictators love "Good citizens" like these. Get the proles to take out the dissidents in their ranks and government doesn't have to go all oppressive to snuff the opposition.

These people are too stupid and ate up with hope and change to see what vichy patsies they are.

Anonymous said...

"Sorry Creeper, it is true. Lots of verification on youtube, news reports, announcements by WH staffers and reactions from other newsmen plus Fox liberal Juan Williams."

... he said, providing no verification whatsoever. What a limp comeback, Radar.

Did you even read the link?

Please point to verification that Fox did ask to be included and was denied.

"I bet you could find a link that claims JFK is still alive. But I will not believe that one either."

???

Could you explain your reasoning here? You've provided nothing to back up your position, and for no reason at all you equate a link I posted with a mad conspiracy-type scenario.

Shorter Radar: I have no comeback.

Is that it?

-- creeper

radar said...

creeper if you are not aware of the White House attempt to have the rest of the world shun Fox News as a news organization, did not watch the youtube showing that they did try to blog the interview, then you must live under a rock. Good grief.

Everyone else, old friends unexpectedly on leave from being missionaries to Suriname so I have been busy today preparing and will be gone probably until Monday sometime. Enjoy the NFL without me...

radar said...

Oh well, one.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/10/24/fox-executive-refutes-reports-pay-czar-interview-requested/

Hey Creeper, the world is not flat. You need a link for that, too?

Anonymous said...

"if you are not aware of the White House attempt to have the rest of the world shun Fox News as a news organization, did not watch the youtube showing that they did try to blog the interview, then you must live under a rock. Good grief."

Stop putting words in my mouth. I was quite specific and did not deny a general WH conflict with Fox News. Whether it's wise of them to do so is something I haven't made up my mind about yet, but Fox News behaves in many ways in which a news organization shouldn't, and it obviously isn't as impartial as its slogans like to suggest. Characterizing it as the propaganda arm of the Republican party isn't far from the truth, as you can tell from the link I posted earlier. It is however part of the news infrastructure in DC, as we can tell from this look behind the scenes of the media.

The link from Fox that you provided doesn't address the details that TPM had dug up. It's a blanket denial and, seeing as it comes from the party with a great interest in stoking this "feud" about this interview, is of limited value. An independent verification of the facts at hand would have been more useful.

"Hey Creeper, the world is not flat. You need a link for that, too?"

Your cheap shots re. JFK and flat Earth seem like nervous projection re. cospiracy-thinking on your part - after all it is you whose world view depends on believing in a global conspiracy of tens of thousands of scientists.

-- creeper