An Obama fan, clearly mesmerized and ecstatic at being in front of 'The One," reveals her thoughts.
"I won't have to worry about putting gas in my car? I won't have to worry about paying my mortgage?"
Where do Obama fans get the idea they will no longer have to pay for what the rest of us do?
Have we gotten to the point that the followers of Obamessiah actually think all their gas and mortgage payments will be paid by others?
The video asks, “Is this socialism or the dumbing down of America?” Is there really a difference? Wouldn’t accepting Socialism equate dumbing down?
Socialism has not worked anywhere its been tried. Former Socialist countries are moving away from Socialism while others have collapsed from within.
Early settlers to America, The Pilgrims, tried Socialism in the 1600’s. It was abandoned when during the “Starving Time,” nearly half of them died.
Ms. Joseph would do well to remember, if she no longer worries about making mortgage payments and putting gas in her car, neither are a lot of others and in the end, they all have nothing.
Whether Obama is deluding people into this train of thought or people are hearing what they wish to hear, when we end up depending on others to pay our way, we only receive what they allow us to receive, which is all too often, little or nothing!
Friday, October 31, 2008
An Obama fan, clearly mesmerized and ecstatic at being in front of 'The One," reveals her thoughts.
Posted by Lew Waters at 8:53 PM
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Obviously realizing there is better than even chance they will lose the governors race by a large enough margin even King County couldn’t find enough “lost & misplaced” ballots to steal another election, Democrat partisan lawyers have subjected Republican candidate, Dino Rossi to a trumped-up, politically timed legal accusation.
This maneuver is so egregious that even the normally left-winged Seattle Times ran an Editorial labeling it a farce!
Since Christine Gregoire managed to “discover” enough lost and misplaced ballots in the third recount to steal the 2004 governors election, she has broken nearly every campaign promise she made.
And now, eager to retain power, her minions have used the courts to not only make negative headlines in regards to Dino Rossi, but to deny him hours of valuable campaign time, which includes causing him to have to cancel an important appearance before the Seattle Rotary Club, where Gregoire had already made her appearance, unhindered.
Subjected to a four hour grilling that should have taken no more than a half-hour, the Democrat partisan lawyers actually called King County Superior Court Judge Paris Kallas requesting even more time to subject Dino to this ridiculous display of partisan dirty tricks.
Besides subjecting Dino to a total waste of his precious time this close to the election, the effort is to get his name connected to their lawsuit filed against the Building Industry Association of Washington, that suit itself also being little more than a political nuisance suit filed by two former state Supreme Court Justices, Robert Utter and Faith Ireland, both Gregoire supporters.
Liberal legal activist, Knoll Lowney who is representing the justices claims, “The magnitude of [the BIAW] apparent violations is unprecedented.” Lowney has previous history of filing politically motivated frivolous lawsuits against Republicans during campaigns.
One of Dino’s attorney’s, Mike Patterson rightfully said,
“This is totally politically motivated to make Dino Rossi unavailable for his campaign in a close election.”
Former Sen. Slade Gorton and former U.S. Attorney Mike McKay, both Republicans issued a statement saying,
“The Court's decision to require Dino Rossi to testify in a deposition less than one week before the election is outrageous. In any other case where, as here, a witness is not a party in the case, the court makes every effort to accommodate that witness' schedule. Not in this case, though, where a group of partisan lawyers asked a King County judge to take an emergency deposition of Mr. Rossi involving a case in which he is not even a party.
A judge should insure fairness for a candidate who is the victim of an obviously political lawsuit. Sadly, that is not the case here. Yesterday, a King County judge gave these political attorneys license to abuse the court system. Adding insult to injury, the judge stated that a deposition will allow Rossi to "confirm -- or dispel -- the allegations before the election." Any judge knows that a deposition taken by a hostile lawyer won't prove the truth of anything. We have never seen a judge issue an order for immediate depositions in any other case of this nature.
This isn't law – this is partisan politics and it stinks. Requiring Dino Rossi to leave the campaign trail and be subjected to a partisan deposition in the last week of the campaign is wrong. Governor Gregoire should call off this unfair attack against Dino Rossi.”
Eric Earling of SoundPolitics notes,
“Let's just not pretend, however, that this is anything other than using the judicial system for a partisan, political stunt.”
An email from the Rossi campaign this evening says,
“What took place today had nothing to do with our struggling economy, our high school dropout rate, or any of the issues this race should be about.” It continues, “Christine Gregoire and her backers are willing to do and say anything to keep the Governor’s office. Her campaign is abusing our justice system by using judicial theatrics and negative headlines to try and distract from our positive message.”
The dubious recounts of 2004 showed how eager Democrats are for grabbing power any way they can and holding on to it. Even the current Democrat messianic candidate for president has shown the willingness of Democrats at power grabbing, aided fully by an in the tank media.
The only way to stop these out of control Democrats in their ‘putsch’ towards Socialism is to take a stand and vote Republican. Even if a life-long Democrat, party leaders need to be shown we are fed up with such dirty tactics as they continually engage in.
Let’s get behind Dino Rossi and reelect him to the Governor’s Office by a large enough margin to avoid another shady recount. Throw these dirty tactic-using Democrats out on their ear.
Washington residents, we deserve better than we have been receiving from Democrats. It isn’t the old Democrat party of years ago but a caricature of the party that used to actually care about people over political power.
As the Seattle Times Editorial properly notes, Dino Rossi “would make a fine governor.”
Reelect Dino Rossi
Posted by Lew Waters at 7:35 AM
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Slamming WHITE executives who don't want to pay taxes for the inner city?
He also claims all the work he did for Chicago, creating jobs and such and yet, CBS ran a video showing so many on food stamps in that district, complaining they can't get get by and need more.
Is this what America can expect after the coup?
Posted by Lew Waters at 12:45 PM
Monday, October 27, 2008
"It may sound as a dream. It may sound as fiction and it may sound as fantasy, but it is around the corner. Bloodshed can only be stopped by the Americans themselves by execising their voting right wisely. Personally, I do not have any agenda or intention to bring forth confusion only days to the election, but the truth must be told to the Americans and the world.
America, the only powerful nation in the world right now, will be brought to its knees between the 5th of November 2008 and January 20th 2009 if the American people do not vote wisely on the 4th of November.
Looking at what happened in Kenya during last year’s Presidential elections, one may understand why bloodshed is around every street corner and home in America. In Kenya last year, everybody sang the song of change and change was to be at whatever cost, people said."
"Therefore, blacks should not vote for Barack Hussein Obama just because he is a black man, and likewise, the white people should not vote for John McCain for the simple reason that he is a white man. Vote wisely and do not bring yourself into a situation of sorrow whereby you as a voter will regret to have been told but never listened.
Who knows, may be Obama will, if elected to become the first black man and the most powerful one on this planet, and of course if given a chance, guidance and the support that he will surely need to accomplish his mission, save America and the world from the problems that create unnecessary conflicts."
Full article at API
Veiled threats from Kenya?
Posted by Lew Waters at 11:16 PM
A CBS report on hardships faced by citizens struggling to feed their families in an American community.
It may seem cold-hearted, but to me these people in the video are well dressed, one wearing an Armani top, adorned in nice jewelry and if you note at the end, loading their groceries in a very nice, and expensive, SUV.
I cannot fault people for wanting to look and dress nice, but what about priorities? Of course, the clothes could have always been purchased second hand or at a clearance and overstock store, costing much less. The SUV is a bit harder to understand for struggling people, though.
Still, none of this is a condemnation of these people shown. The salaries mentioned seem awfully low for their professions. They require commitment and education and surely deserve better salaries than mentioned. Since this was from a major metropolitan city in America, I have to wonder why the salaries of these people are so low.
Something just didn't add up for this report, until it dawned on me. This report is about Chicago, Illinois, home of Democrat presidential candidate and former State Senator for this city, Barack Obama.
Is this what he accomplished for the people he served before as a State Senator? Is this the result for the people he now serves as a U.S. Senator?
More importantly, is this how he intends to serve the American People as President?
CBS, unwittingly I'm sure, has shown us how Barack Obama has represented the people in his district containing Chicago.
Are we ready for him to turn all of America into a struggling community as this?
I'm not! I'm voting for McCain/Palin where a look back at the people they represent shows much prosperity and less struggling to get by.
Posted by Lew Waters at 8:01 PM
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Hanging by a rope around the neck, a manniquin resembling Sarah Palin hangs in West Hollywood, California. No one feels the need to call in the Police, FBI or Secret Service, as was done over the cardboard cut-out of Obama recently.
Some in the neighborhood say they feel it is "in bad taste," but they feel no need to involve law enforcement.
I guess being "The Messiah" does have its advantages.
And again, it's "art?"
Read more at cbs2.com
Posted by Lew Waters at 11:28 PM
A 2001 interview of Obama. Redistribution of Wealth is "economic Justice for Minorities?" The Courts haven't broke free from the restraints placed upon the constitution by the founding fathers?
"From each according to his ability, to each according to his need," Karl Marx, 1875.
Posted by Lew Waters at 10:20 PM
With such short time left until our Presidential election and polls showing Obama ahead in early voting, I wonder how many have taken the time to actually check out Senator Obama’s promises? I imagine very few.
With promises of tax cuts for the middle class and statements of how bad Republicans have done people, it dawned on me that I have heard it all before. Ever since I have been aware of Political ads on television, I have been hearing the same old tired promises that never materialize.
The below videos will show what I mean. The wording may change slightly, but each is making the same exact claim and promising the same. History shows too that they did not materialize over all, except for one.
Adlai Stevenson, 1956
John F. Kennedy, 1960
To his credit, Kennedy did come through with a genuine tax cut for all, much like Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush did.
Jimmy Carter, 1976
Joe Biden, 1988
Bill Clinton, 1992
As we know, Clinton treated us to NAFTA and two of the largest tax increases in history.
Bill Clinton, 1996
I suppose Monica Lewisnky could tell us all about “the real work.”
And so it goes on. Every 4 years Democrats come out and tell us how bad everything is and how only they can “solve it.” They make promises of “tax cuts to the middle class” and “make the wealthy pay their share,” when the top wage earners are already paying more than 50% of the taxes.
Al Gore told us how “every thing that should be up is down and everything that should be down is up” in 1992 as Clinton’s VP nominee.
John Kerry said many of the same things in 2004, as well as “botching” a joke or two along the way and later on.
And now, we have Obama repeating the same tired lines that have fooled voters in the past. He promises “tax cuts for 95% of Americans,” when only about 70% even pay taxes. He promises the wealthy will receive huge tax increases as he promises trillions of dollars in new spending programs.
In 1992, Bill Clinton used the same playbook and once in office, raised our taxes twice across the board in some of the largest tax increases in our history.
Obama says he wants to “spread around the wealth” which only creates “trickle up poverty.” Low wage earners do not create jobs, the wealthy do. Government does not create jobs; they only create welfare programs that we must pay for with our taxes, instead of using our money as we see fit.
That isn’t freedom or liberty. That is just increasing welfare and giving away our hard earned dollars.
Voters tend to forget previous administrations and too often vote these “wealth spreaders” back into office, only to vote them out a few years later, after they have damaged our economy and world standing.
Don’t be fooled into thinking the Obama/Biden team consider themselves answerable to the people. Their treatment of WFTV out of Orlando, Florida recently over some true journalistic questions to Biden shows they feel they are above having to answer to us.
They are not to be subjected to hard questions, like Senator McCain and Governor Palin are. They have not had their backgrounds meticulously picked apart and accusations of every impropriety imaginable made against them.
No one asks them to explain their faulty math or balance their statements. They just accept the empty promises that are made every 4 years without reporting how they rarely materialize.
Don’t continue to fall for this. Look back at the same promises and claims made year after year and look at your selves.
Above all, look at how our economy has tanked since Democrats took total control of both the House and Senate.
Do we really want them having Carte Blanche over the entire government?
Posted by Lew Waters at 9:53 AM
Friday, October 24, 2008
Among other groups discussed is the Weathermen Underground, the group that William Ayers belonged to. Does he still cling to these ideals? Is this the final goal still?
How old was Barack Obama when he met in Ayers living room to begin his meteoric rise to the presidency? He says he was only 8 years old when Ayers was involved in bombings, but he was an adult when he began his putsch to political power.
So called “Revolutionaries” seem to become professors, if not killed. Just what are they “professors” to? Just what do they indoctrinate into our children? How many others have found their way into our government and what plans do they hold should they obtain total power, as Democrats currently desire?
No Place To Hide: The Strategy and Tactics of Terrorism: (WARNING!!!!! NOT FOR THE SQUEAMISH)
Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, Part Five, Part Six
Wake up, America. Come out of your complacency and see what may soon happen in America.
Posted by Lew Waters at 1:37 AM
After all the uproar and International Outrage expressed over a cardboard cut-out of Obamessiah hung from a tree by piano wire, identifying him as an "Act 6 reject," one is left wondering why even the Nationalist Media is ignoring an "Art Exhibit" in New York of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and her youngest daughter killing a caribou. People may have their photo taken with the "art exhibit" holding a fake gun.
The artist admits many "pretend" to shoot Mrs. Palin and presumably, her 6 year-old daughter.
Unlike the incident at George Fox University, no one seems inclined to call in the Police, FBI and Secret Service for many desiring to "pretend" to shoot Mrs. Palin and her 6 year old daughter.
And it is said that the GOP is running a hate campaign?
UPDATE: This video is to be considered 'funny?'
Posted by Lew Waters at 1:35 AM
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Thursday, October 09, 2008
Andrew Coumo, member of Clinton's Cabinet, explains how Banks and Mortgage companies were strong armed into giving bad loans to low income families in NINJA loans, No Income, No Job, No Asssts."
Following is a young Civil Rights Attorney boasting of his involvement in forcing these loans to be made and the theory that spreading them out through Fannie Mae would "reduce risk" of so many defaults.
Also ignoring the ability to repay the loans, the number one thing looked for in making loans.
From looking around today, it would appear this great Socialist Experiment failed miserably and who pays for it? The Middle Class, again, thanks to Democrats and several Republicans who can only blame Bush.
Posted by Lew Waters at 9:05 PM
Wednesday, October 08, 2008
From Dean Reynolds at CBS: Reporter's Notebook: Seeing How The Other Half Lives
“Obama is the big time orator, McCain is the guy who struggles with a teleprompter or even note cards strategically placed nearby. Obama's crowds are larger, more enthusiastic.”
“I would love to have someone from Obama's campaign explain why the entire press corps, the Secret Service, and the local police idled for two hours in a Miami hotel parking lot recently because there was nothing to do and nowhere to go. It was not an isolated case.”
“The McCain folks are more helpful and generally friendly. The schedules are printed on actual books you can hold in your hand, read, and then plan accordingly. The press aides are more knowledgeable and useful to us in the news media.”
“John McCain is friendly and loquacious. Obama holds news conferences, but seldom banters with the reporters who've been following him for thousands of miles around the country. Go figure.”
“The McCain campaign plane is better than Obama's, which is cramped, uncomfortable and smells terrible most of the time. Somehow the McCain folks manage to keep their charter clean, even where the press is seated.”
Given Reynolds assessment, one wonders why CBS is so far in the tank for Obama. With the discrepancy of treatment of the press by Obama and McCain, why does the press continue to give Obama a pass on William Ayers and his embracing of Hugo Chavez’s “education reform?” Shouldn’t it be the press who quotes Ayers from the 2006 meet with Hugo Chavez when Ayers said,
“the political educational reforms under way here in Venezuela under the leadership of President Chavez. We share the belief that education is the motor-force of revolution. . . . I look forward to seeing how . . . all of you continue to overcome the failures of capitalist education as you seek to create something truly new and deeply humane,”instead of Investors Business Daily?
Shouldn’t it be the press letting the country know that when Obama makes an empty promise of tax cuts to 95% of Americans only 76% is currently paying taxes?
Would the press remain silent if Republicans threw hints of riots should McCain lose?
Would the National Media sweep it under the rug if a close associate of McCain’s or Sarah Palins was accused of trying to kill someone’s family?
Would Mr. Reynolds ignore links of a Republican to a group like ACORN who has a long history of voter fraud that benefited only Democrat candidates?
Would the odor of Senator McCain’s campaign airplane take precedence over his campaign donations violating Federal Election Laws, including potential illegal foreign contributions?
All of the gaffes, the arrogance, the contradictions, the unbelievable promises, the lack of experience remain heavily under-reported in the National Media while a report of the smell of Obama’s plane seems to be the heaviest hitting report made by the media.
What else should we surmise but the media is in the tank for Obama?
I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am sure I will rest much easier knowing that Dean Reynolds remains on top of such an important story as “McCain treats the press better” and his “plane smells better.”
Where was this deep hard hitting journalism when Nixon needed it?
Posted by Lew Waters at 8:58 PM
Tuesday, October 07, 2008
Watching the second debate this evening, I have to admit that Senator McCain came across as a rank amateur. It is one of the poorest performances I can recall seeing.
I thought the Town Hall format was to be McCain’s strong suit, but tonight, he did not rise to the occasion.
Where did this notion of the Treasury buying up bad home mortgages and renegotiating the loans at today’s lowered values come from? While it may sound great, banks and mortgage companies are bailed out and we, the taxpayers, lose that decreased value and are left holding the bag.
It took Sarah Palin to solidify the conservative base behind McCain and now, what does McCain do but alienate them? Sarah mopped the floor with Joe Biden in the VP Debate. McCain wimped out.
Where were the links to William Ayers? Where were the links to Jeremiah Wright? Franklin Raines? Where were those, Senator? Sarah Palin mentions them to voters to loud applause. You seem to ignore them.
We all know you have a long record, Senator and that Obama has none he is willing to reveal. What was the need to remind us a dozen times? Where was the call for Obama to open his records from Chicago? Wouldn’t that have impacted voters more than reminding us a dozen times that you have a record?
Why wasn’t Obama hammered on his refusal to forgo the first debate to work on the economic crisis? Why was Democrats allowed to get away with painting McCain erratic for doing for the good of the country over making a television appearance?
Why isn’t Obama hammered on his connections to ACORN and his work as a trainer for them activist group and their part in the current housing mess?
Why do Republicans, including McCain, sit back and allow President Bush to shoulder all the blame when the truth us Democrats bear a lot in current crises? While it may fashionable to dump on Bush, he is the one who finally stood up to Terrorists and took the fight back to him.
When Obama cries about loosing focus and abandoning Afghanistan for Iraq, why isn’t he hammered on his lack of tactical expertise? Simply saying he was wrong on the Surge and still won’t admit it doesn’t go far enough. Who mentions the hostile terrain in Afghanistan that will end up costing even more American Military lives?
Who mentions Afghanistan turned sour after the bulk of the effort there was turned over to NATO, who haphazardly contributed to the fight and now would prefer to just walk away?
Who mentions that Democrats and Obama have opposed Pakistan’s Musharraf as he allied with us in fighting the Taliban and seeking bin Laden, but was undermined by the anti-war left and especially by Obama’s call to attack Pakistan should he deem they aren’t doing enough? Why alienate an ally when need them the most?
Why do Republicans just sit back as Democrats continue the lie of tax cuts to the wealthy when all Americans received that tax cut and tax receipts increased to historic levels? Yes, Republicans led the way this time spending like drunken sailors, but Democrats went along with it and the GOP paid for it in 2006. And now, increased spending is what is called for as candidates claim they will cut spending?
We are in the midst of an energy crisis as well and instead of making bold moves to increase our supply of domestic energy, we worry about Global Warming, when the earth’s temperature hasn’t increased in a decade and we have record colds now. Where was the call for that, Senator McCain?
We need alternative fuels, but we need energy in the mean time as well, wherever it is located. Simply saying we can do it, as in the example of the moon shots in the 1960’s, doesn’t dispel concerns of decreasing energy supplies.
Brokaw said the Commander in Afghanistan says we cannot win there and no one challenged that statement. What General McKiernan actually called for was a “sustained commitment,” noting that the Surge strategy, as used in Iraq, would not work in Afghanistan currently as the situation is, “a far more complex environment than I ever found in Iraq.” That includes the hostile terrain mentioned above.
No one mentions that drawing Al Qaeda into Iraq as we deposed Saddam and gave the Iraqi’s a decent chance at governing themselves resulting in Al Qaeda’s numbers being decimated until they gave up and went back to Afghanistan, where they have regrouped as NATO performs poorly.
Which candidate is demanding NATO fully commit to fighting Terrorists in Afghanistan?
Senator McCain, your VP pick, Sarah Palin sounds like she wants to win this election. Many conservatives who weren’t supporting Senator McCain came on board seeing her energize the campaign. We want to win this election too and keep Obama’s Marxist ideals and cronies from power. But, we cannot do it alone. We cannot carry your water as you wimp out and allow Obama’s glib words to make him appear ready to lead and you too old.
You need to do your part, Senator McCain. Being “nice” isn’t going to win this election, not as the Democrat party is aiming for your jugular and you just turn the other cheek.
On the campaign trail you mention many of these points, but in the debate, where are they?
We want to win this election. It would be great if Senator McCain did too.
UPDATE 1: Andy McCarthy and Michelle Malkin see the fallacy of the McCain planned bailout of those who over bought homes as well.
UPDATE 2: Callers to the Rush Limbaugh Program tell us, McCain Won't Fight, So We Have to Drag Him Over the Finish Line
Posted by Lew Waters at 11:38 PM
Sunday, October 05, 2008
Saturday, October 04, 2008
In July 2008, candidate Barack Obama called for a Civilian National Security Force to be formed in a speech.
Later transcripts of the speech omit the following words,
"We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."
Video of the speech remains available with those words appearing at about 16:40 minutes.
As was shown at Obama Jugend, Senator Obama and his supporters, like others before them, have no problem exploiting children and the youth of America.
Now comes video of another group of American Teens from a Missouri Middle School, dressed in para-military clothing chanting much like we were required to in Army Basic Training, but more intense.
Is this innocent? Or, the beginnings of Obama's "Civilian National Security Force?" Is Obama's call closer to the Sturmabteilung than we realize?
Is the dark period of history repeating itself before our very eyes?
More importantly, will we elect him and discover too late that it is?
Posted by Lew Waters at 9:43 AM
Thursday, October 02, 2008
An interesting view point has been written over on ARRA News Service by Military Veteran, Bill Smith.
Quoting from an article written for the Army Times, Bill posts,
The 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team has spent 35 of the last 60 months in Iraq patrolling in full battle rattle, helping restore essential services and escorting supply convoys. Now they’re training for the same mission — with a twist — at home. Beginning Oct. 1 for 12 months, the 1st BCT will be under the day-to-day control of U.S. Army North, the Army service component of Northern Command, as an on-call federal response force for natural or man made emergencies and disasters, including terrorist attacks.
It is not the first time an active-duty unit has been tapped to help at home. In August 2005, for example, when Hurricane Katrina unleashed hell in Mississippi and Louisiana, several active-duty units were pulled from various posts and mobilized to those areas. But this new mission marks the first time an active unit has been given a dedicated assignment to NorthCom, a joint command established in 2002 to provide command and control for federal homeland defense efforts and coordinate defense support of civil authorities. . . .
“Right now, the response force requirement will be an enduring mission. How the [Defense Department] chooses to source that and whether or not they continue to assign them to NorthCom, that could change in the future,” said Army Col. Louis Vogler, chief of NorthCom future operations. “Now, the plan is to assign a force every year.” . . . they’ll learn new skills, use some of the ones they acquired in the war zone and more than likely will not be shot at while doing any of it. They may be called upon to help with civil unrest and crowd control or to deal with potentially horrific scenarios such as massive poisoning and chaos in response to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive, or CBRNE, attack. . . .
Is this a good move in case of internal strife? Or, is it moving the Military towards martial law and being used as Police Officers?
Drop by ARRA News Service and leave Bill your thoughts.
My own feelings are mixed, but I do feel if this is to be the policy laws and restrictions must be written to safeguard misuse of our Military as well as discussing this matter is imperative.
Posted by Lew Waters at 8:48 PM