Biden On $4 Gas: ‘Our Energy Policy Is The Best It’s Ever Been’

Want to know how the republicans can get the mommy vote? Get all those women who say they will or may vote for Obama? Simple to me, just run constant commercials of Joe Biden running his mouth! Like this one. Say something like: soccer mom, are you happy paying these high gas prices? Still going to vote for the party that loves high gas prices? Listen to your vice president. Bam! Those women will switch over in a heartbeat!

“Here’s the problem: We can’t take—we’re glad to have it—we can’t take responsibility for the Arab Spring and all the dislocation that it’s caused. We’re not taking responsibility for the saber-rattling going on in Iran—that is driving up the futures market for oil, that is driving up prices. That is why we’ve got to do everything, including alternative energy and instead of spending $4 billion subsidizing the oil companies, we should putting that into alternative energy.”


Toledo: 78-Year-Old Man Pummeled By Six Youths Screaming “This Is For Trayvon” — “Kill That White Man”…

This is what America gets in exchange for Obama’s racebaiting for votes and for donations:

(Toledo Blade) — It was six against one.

Six juveniles — the youngest 11, and the oldest 17 — nearly boxed in Dallas Watts, a 78-year-old man from East Toledo.

Mr. Watts was on his way home from the nearby Gas Express Mart at Starr Avenue and White Street about 4:45 p.m. Saturday when the boys approached him.

One pointed at Mr. Watts and said, “take him down,” the victim recounted in an interview Monday.

Mr. Watts, carrying home two small bags of pork rinds to dole out as treats to his three dachshunds, looked at the youth and said, “Why you picking on me?” Mr. Watts recalled. “Remember Trayvon. Why you picking on me?”

The boy, again, allegedly told his friends to “take him down.”

Toledo police charged two children — the 11-year-old and a 17-year-old — with robbery, Sgt. Roy Kennedy said.

The boys on Monday were ordered held in detention at the Lucas County Juvenile Justice Center, prosecutor Lori Olender said.

At one point, the victim recalled being lifted from the ground so one of the boys could “drop-kick” him in the chest.

One boy, he said, put his foot on the back of the victim’s neck, with another shouting, “Kill him.”

While Mr. Watts was down the boys kicked him, over and over, shouting, “[Get] that white [man]. This is for Trayvon. . . Trayvon lives, white [man]. Kill that white [man],” according to a police report.

“The only reason I mentioned Trayvon, that was my defense,” Mr. Watts said. “Don’t pick on me. I am not your enemy.”

(of course, our president will not say that if he had a white grandfather, it would be this man. or sharpton and jackson out organizing lynch mobs to get these 6 black kids killed.)



Alex Wong / Getty Images (Six Supreme Court members as Obama denounces their Citizens United decision, 2010)

Why is Obama so rattled? Another speaking gaffe sets off a federal appeals court judge…

Little did Dana Lydia Kaersvang know when she arose Tuesday to go to work as a Justice Department lawyer that by day’s end she would become the center of a major constitutional imbroglio between a panel of U.S. Appeals Court judges and the president of the United States.

Here’s how it started. On Monday President Obama, during a news conference with Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon, was asked about last week’s Obamacare arguments before the Supreme Court that did not appear to go well for Obama’s side.

In response, Obama launched into a long explication about the benefits of his healthcare plan, the ones in effect and the many others still to come involving millions of seniors and children, among others. He added, “So there’s not only an economic element to this, and a legal element to this, but there’s a human element to this. And I hope that’s not forgotten in this political debate.”

The president continued:

“Ultimately, I’m confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress.

“And I’d just remind conservative commentators that for years what we’ve heard is, the biggest problem on the bench was judicial activism or a lack of judicial restraint — that an unelected group of people would somehow overturn a duly constituted and passed law.  Well, this is a good example. And I’m pretty confident that this Court will recognize that and not take that step.”

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If heights scare the crap out of you, make you puke, and in general make you very damn nauseous? Then don’t watch this video!


Fast and Furious: Ongoing DOJ Internal Investigation Not Really Ongoing



But not one word about their fellow blacks beating up or killing whites being racist! Ah, such freaking ass hypocrites!

(Politico) — Several Congressional Black Caucus members have introduced a resolution that memorializes 17-year-old Trayvon Martin and calls for the repeal of controversial gun laws that allow shooters to claim self-defense.

The resolution states that the February shooting of Martin “sets a horrific precedent of vigilante justice and compromises the integrity of the legal system.” It also says assailant George Zimmerman’s “unfounded assumptions and racial bias led to the use of deadly force.”

Zimmerman’s family and lawyer have refuted claims that he shot Martin because he was black.

“As the Department of Justice continues its thorough investigation into Trayvon Martin’s untimely death, it is time for us as legislators to look at the troubling ‘Stand Your Ground’ law, which has enabled George Zimmerman to remain free,” CBC Chairman Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) said in a statement.

The four-page resolution, sponsored by Cleaver, has three other co-sponsors: Democratic Reps. Corrine Brown, Alcee Hastings and Frederica Wilson – all of Florida, where the shooting occurred.


Geesh, this woman should really look into a mirror and ask just how much shit can she really believe in.

CNS News:

“Congress has always been a mockery,” Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) declared in an interview on “The Charlie Rose Show” Monday night.

Commenting on the public’s current low opinion of Congress, Pelosi said “Congress has always been a mockery since the beginning of our country”:

“Congress has always — let’s put this in perspective — Congress has always been a mockery since the beginning of our country and if you looked at the history of it, they’ve always been fighting over one thing or another. When Speaker Polk, one of the only speakers, I think, to become President of the United States. . .”

“He — he — he said “This place is so out of order then I`m not going to recognize anybody.”

Pelosi then said that shunning “civility” in Congressional debate is “a tactic by obstructionists”:

“But, the fact is, is that if you can get civility back — and that’s why the public has to be part of the solution. They have to demand and insist on the stability because it’s a tactic by obstructionists. If you want to obstruct, you make it so unpleasant that no one wants to pay attention.”


Some where, some village is missing an idiot and should reclaim him soon.

QUESTION: The president’s remarks about the healthcare case in the Supreme Court has been interpreted as challenging or putting pressure on the Court ahead of their decision. Can you speak to that and why not just allow the Court to reach a decision?

JAY CARNEY: First of all, the president was asked a question and then responded to it. Secondly, as I just said, he made an observation about why he believes that — well, first of all, he believes the Affordable Care Act is constitutional. Why he believes it is constitutional and why he believes that the Supreme Court will, in keeping with 80+ years of judicial precedent and Supreme Court precedent, will defer to Congress on its authority to pass regulation on issues of national economic importance like our healthcare system.

It’s the reverse of intimidation. He’s simply making an observation about precedent and the fact that he expects the Court to adhere to that precedent. It’s obviously, as he made clear yesterday, up to the Court to make its determination and we will wait and see what the Court does.


Then this crazy ass woman!

Wasserman Schultz: Ryan Budget A “Path To Poverty”

“President Obama rightly is making sure that the American people understand that there is a dramatic difference in the two visions they will have to choose from in this country come November. And that is a vision that he has laid out and is moving us toward to make sure that everyone in America has a fair shot, that everybody gets a fair shake and everybody play business the same set of rules. And the middle class and working class families have a chance of success, and it’s not just wealthy people and the most fortunate who can have the wind at their backs. That’s what Mitt Romney is about and this is a dramatic contrast. And i n addition to that the unbelievable budget cuts and cutting our way to deficit reduction that really is not a path to prosperity, it’s a path to poverty, is something that the American people need to know,” DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) said on MSNBC this morning.

Go HERE for the video.


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Obama overheard grumbling about those “damn facts” always screwing him over.

Via Washington Examiner:

Pressed about President Obama’s claim that “a strong majority” passed Obamacare, his spokesman retreated.

“A majority passed [the health care law], Ed,” said visibly-frustrated White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. Fox News’ Ed Henry was grilling Carney after the press secretary said “no,” the Ryan budget — which passed the House with nine more votes than Obamacare received — did not have “a strong majority” of support.

The Ryan budget passed this year by a 228-191 margin. Obamacare passed the House by a  219-212 margin.