Could this be the quote of the decade? It is so hard to really say so since our president has said so much in the past that does not fit what he says and does today.
~ Senator Barack H. Obama, March 2006
Confirmed: Lindsay Lohan will play Liz Taylor (cringe) Cringe hell! Liz would be spinning in her grave to know this worthless hag is going to play her!
Horrifying: Brian McKnight’s new song, “How Your Pu**y Works”
Possibility: A conspiracy theory against Planned Parenthood may be in full swing
Good to Know: Why we scream “Geronimo!” when jumping from things
Hillary Clinton recently downplayed concerns over Iran’s nuclear program by referring to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s supposed fatwa (there are serious doubts such a fatwa ever even existed ) that nuclear weapons are contrary to Islam. This has been seized by Hillary Clinton and EU diplomats as a reason to cast doubts on concerns that Iran plans to develop nuclear weapons.
The Daily Telegraph took note of her views
Clinton revealed that she has been studying Khamenei’s fatwa, saying that
she has discussed it with religious scholars, other experts and with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. “If it is indeed a statement of principle, of values, then it is a starting point for being operationalized,” Clinton said.
Of course, this follows the administration of dismissing concerns about Iran and its potential to develop nuclear weapons.
Over the last few decades, the liberal media have celebrated Earth Day and used it to spread the gospel of green liberalism. CNN’s Sunday reporting was no exception as the network touted public figures headlining an Earth Day rally in Washington, D.C., like the city’s Democratic Mayor Vincent Gray and the rock band Cheap Trick.
However, for the March for Life rally in January that was attended by at least tens of thousands of pro-lifers, CNN gave it two brief mentions on-air. In contrast, while reportedly only hundreds showed up to celebrate Earth Day on the National Mall, CNN touted it as a “big rally” and covered it in-depth on Sunday afternoon, telling its viewers “we want you to know all about this.”
CNN prides itself on being a serious news network, but it submitted itself to being a simple megaphone for the Earth Day organizers. Correspondent Josh Levs admitted as much after airing a YouTube video that laid out the goals for the Earth Day movement.
Not being completely beholden to the Democrat agenda, the National Enquirer has become a relatively reliable source of news. Without it, the disgraceful John Edwards would still be one of the most powerful weasels in Washington. Now the Enquirer reveals that the boneheaded Democrat strategy of attacking Ann Romney for raising her children was hatched by none other than Michelle Antoinette:
Talking head Hilary Rosen set off a firestorm when she mocked Mitt Romney for relying on his wife for advice on the economy, sniping that Ann — who raised five sons, has battled breast cancer and suffers from multiple sclerosis — “never worked a day in her life!” …
A publicly sympathetic Michelle, 48, tapped out a message on Twitter, writing: “Every mother works hard, and every woman deserves to be respected.” But behind the scenes, her fingerprints were all over the scandal, said an inside source.
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All the earth’s traffic — road, air, and ship — caught on camera.
The phallic fountain of Amsterdam’s Red Light District.
Today’s teens have been reduced to getting drunk off of hand sanitizer.
Is there a drone in your neighbourhood? Rise of spy planes exposed after FAA is forced to reveal 63 launch sites across U.S.
Unmanned spy planes are being launched from locations in 20 states and owners include the military and universities…
There are at least 63 active drone sites around the U.S, federal authorities have been forced to reveal following a landmark Freedom of Information lawsuit.
The unmanned planes – some of which may have been designed to kill terror suspects – are being launched from locations in 20 states.
Most of the active drones are deployed from military installations, enforcement agencies and border patrol teams, according to the Federal Aviation Authority.
Go read more HERE.
If you remember watching the show that is on this tv, you are like me, freaking ass old!
CNN: Mexico was a “polygamy haven” for the Romneys — Fails to note that Obama’s father was a drunken polygamist who scattered his seed from one continent to another like a wild hyena.
Hearings are a sham, as the democrats before the hearing already made up their minds and only having those who fit their preconceived notions testify!
Arizona’s illegal immigration enforcement has caused the murder of Latinos in the state, an Democratic state legislator argued during a Senate hearing today.
“Juan Varela, a United States citizen who gets in an argument just days after Governor Brewer signs the bill and violence occurs and Mr. Varela is dead over Senate Bill 1070,” state Sen. Steve Gallardo, D-Ariz., told Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., today. “These are the unintended consequences that come from legislation where the state tries to fix what is ultimately a federal immigration problem.”
Gallardo does not regard Varela as an isolated incident. “Senate Bill 1070 and laws like it have fostered and legitimized vigilante movements responsible for violent and sometimes lethal attacks on Latinos,” he said.
Varela’s murder did take place after SB 1070 was signed into law, but “police initially characterized the shooting as the result of a drunken or longstanding dispute between neighbors,” The Arizona Republic reported.
Payback for the hundreds of millions of dollars the unions pump into democrat campaigns every election cycle.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate rejected a Republican attempt Tuesday to overturn new regulations designed to give unions quicker representation elections in their effort to organize more workplaces.
The 54-45, largely party line vote against a resolution of disapproval leaves intact National Labor Relations Board rules that are scheduled to take effect April 30. Unions had sought the rules changes while business groups opposed them. Senate Democrats unanimously supported the new regulations. Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski was the only Republican supporting them.
Under the existing regulations, workers typically vote within 45-60 days after a union gathers enough signatures from workers saying they want to hold an election. The new rules could cut that time by days or even weeks by simplifying procedures and putting off some challenges until after the election is held, cutting back hearings and reducing legal delays.
Unions call the changes a modest fix to prevent companies from using stalling tactics to delay a vote while workers can be subject to harassment, threats and even illegal firing. Republicans argue the new rules will lead to “ambush” elections that barely leave company managers enough time to respond or counsel against forming a union.
The NLRB has been the focus of intense partisan bickering since President Barack Obama gave the independent agency its first Democratic majority in nearly a decade. The board has issued a number of rules and decisions that tend to favor unions over business interests.
You know that there is no freaking way in hell that Obama would piss off his Islamist allies in Turkey.
Via ABC News:
One day after paying a solemn visit to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, President Barack Obamaon Tuesday called the mass killings of Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Turks in 1915 “one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century” but again broke a 2008 campaign promise to label the tragedy “genocide.”
“We honor the memory of the 1.5 million Armenians who were brutally massacred or marched to their deaths in the waning days of the Ottoman Empire,” Obama said in a written statement on Armenian Remembrance Day.
“A full, frank, and just acknowledgement of the facts is in all of our interests. Moving forward with the future cannot be done without reckoning with the facts of the past,” Obama said in a implicit appeal for vital American ally Turkey to move closer to recognizing the massacre.
Turkey, a NATO member, fiercely disputes the genocide charge, and has warned that formal U.S. steps to use the term will hamper relations. Turkey’s Ambassador to Washington Namik Tan sharply criticized a similar statement from Obama in 2011, taking to Twitter to denounce it as inaccurate, flawed, and one-sided.
The issue is also a powerful one for Armenian Americans. “The Armenian Reporter” news site has repeatedly and forcefully condemned what it mockingly calls “amnesia” on the part of Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who as senators co-sponsored a resolution calling for the use of the term “genocide” when discussing the tragedy.
On Oct. 2, 2008, the paper published a letter from then-candidate Obama in which he trumpeted “my firmly held conviction that the Armenian Genocide is not an allegation, a personal opinion, or a point of view, but rather a widely documented fact supported by an overwhelming body of historical evidence.”
In 2007, then-Illinois Sen. Barack Obama missed two votes on the student loan interest bill that he now wants Congress to extend.
Obama twice skipped the Senate vote on the College Cost Reduction and Access Act when the bill came to the Senate floor first in July and again in September of 2007, according to public records.
The bill, introduced by Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.) and signed into law by President George W. Bush, first cleared the Senate in July on a 78 to 18 vote, with Obama as one of only four senators to abstain. Obama did not cast a vote again in September, after the House and Senate had ironed out different versions of the bill. He was on the conference committee assigned to merge the House and Senate versions of the bill.
He issued a statement when the bill was signed by President Bush, saying, “by investing in education we are restoring America’s competitiveness in the world, and today is an important step forward.”
Obama has made keeping student loan interest rates low a new priority for his administration — but as a senator, he neither voted for Miller’s bill nor signed on as a cosponsor.
Best thing? For the POPE to come down hard on Obama and his unlawful policies!
Roman Catholic leaders are calling for two weeks of public protests against President Barack Obama’s policies as they intensify their argument that the administration is engaged in a war on religion.
Two weeks of protests, from July 21 to July 4 have been called by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops which has sought to end the administrations’s contraception mandate, among other policies.
The two weeks of planned protests against the Obama administration’s policies could be “the game-changer” in the presidential election, a leading lay churchman told Newsmax on Tuesday.
The protests, dubbed “A Fortnight for Freedom” will be an “unprecedented, aggressive attack” against policies that church leaders see as an assault on religious freedom, said Catholic Advocate chairman Deal Hudson.
“The bishops are seeing — rightly — a pattern of emerging of hostility towards the Catholic faith for upholding protection of the life of the unborn and because of its position on contraception,” said Hudson.
The two weeks of protest, to run from June 21 to July 4, has been called by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. “That is not the type of body that goes out of its way to pick a fight,” Hudson pointed out.
Our islamic leader, the dictator who is so hitler like, is bound and determined to surrender to these frearking ragheads!
(Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s administration, seeking to revive stalled Afghan peace talks, may alter plans to transfer Taliban detainees from Guantanamo Bay prison after its initial proposal fell foul of political opponents at home and the insurgents themselves.
As foreign forces prepare to exit Afghanistan, the White House had hoped to lay the groundwork for peace talks by sending five Taliban prisoners, some seen as among the most threatening detainees at Guantanamo, to Qatar to rejoin other Taliban members opening a political office there.
In return, the Taliban would make its own good-faith gestures, denouncing terrorism and supporting the hoped-for talks with the government of Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
While that plan has not been scotched entirely, several sources familiar with preliminary discussions within the U.S. government said the United States may instead, as an initial gesture meant to revive diplomacy, send one of those detainees directly to Afghan government custody.
The sources identified the detainee as a former Taliban regional governor named Khairullah Khairkhwa, who is seen by American officials as less dangerous than other senior Taliban detainees now held at the U.S. military prison in Cuba.
(CNSNews.com) — Social Security faces an unfunded liability of $8.6 trillion, according to the 2012 Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Federal Disability Insurance Trust Funds.
The unfunded liability is the amount that has been promised in benefits to people now alive that will not be funded by the tax revenue the system is expected to take in to pay for those benefits. . . .
The $8.6 trillion in unfunded benefits Social Security is expected to pay over the next 75 years equals $73,167.83 for each of the 117,538,000 households the Census Bureau said were in the United States in 2010.
However, the report also shows that when considering the unfunded obligations over an “infinite horizon” — the period extending into the indefinite future — the $8.6 trillion shortfall balloons to $20.5 trillion.