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Bill Clinton & Ed Rendell fall on their swords for Poseur Obama and Sestakgate

Talk has always been cheap, a concept Team Obama has never fully understood. They were going to be different … yes-sir-ee!

Our Poseur President and the fools who engineered his fraudulent election are now faced with a new reality.   The Sestak bribe is one bribe that isn’t going away. The uproar, the comparisons with Watergate, all are staying around,  and just like the BP oil spill, this is impossible to hide.

Let’s start by asking a few rhetorical questions that we already know the answers to.

1.  If all of this were just noise and “inside Washington” politics, after weeks of stonewalling,  why did Team Obama’s surrogate, White House Counsel Robert Bauer,  make the announcement on the Friday afternoon of the Memorial Day weekend?

We all know the answer … because this is a big deal!  Team Obama broke the law big time.  What we have here, as the New York Times describes it here,

is a prima facie case of an attempted quid pro quo in violation of federal statute 18 U.S.C. 600 –  a promise of an appointment to an Executive Branch position in return for the political act by Sestak to drop his primary challenge and pave the way for Specter’s nomination by the Democratic Party establishment.

It’s my guess that they thought they were going to get away with it, the way that have so many other questionable and downright illegal activities.  Let’s be real, if Team Obama could put an Constitutionally ineligible fraud in the White House, what the hell was the big deal about another bribe? Right?

2.  Are we really to believe that after months of Sestak stating he had been offered a high government position if he dropped out of the PA primaries, that the best response Brand Obama could come up with was ”Barack didn’t do it, it was Bill?”  Really?  Oh, and BTW, it wasn’t a paid high level position it was an unpaid position on some obscure committee.  Oh ya,  ‘this is really  believable”, she said with as much sarcasm as she could muster!

3.  If the Sestak offer was “no big deal” why was the Big Dawg Bill Clinton called in?  This story smells to high heaven.  Who wants to take bets that there wasn’t a Bill Clinton phone call to Sestak and if there was,  the REAL story wasn’t given out to MSM on Friday.  Sorry this is too cute by half and way too convenient!

4.  Let’s assume for a moment that “everyone in Washington does business this way!”  Is this a reason proffered for felony behavior? Everyone does it.  The other night I heard the Governor of Pennsylvania, Ed Rendell, say he had offered up bribes as well!  Really? How much Kool-Aid do you think he drank before going on FOX?

5.  Here’s another explanation of why the Team Obama states the Sestak bribery revelations are no big deal.  Yes, there is a law (actually there are three, 18 U.S.C. § 600, 211, and 595) against promising something of value in exchange for a political appointment, but the law has never been enforced!  Well, there you go … the law has never been enforced so Team Obama gets to play fast and loose!

Yes, boys ‘n girls what we have here is more selective adherence to the rule of law and to the Constitution. We now get to pick and choose those laws we like and have decided to follow.

For a complete timeline of the events of the Sestak bribe and the White House cover-up check out this 75% snark free site here!


Well, well, well … the New York Times is discovering the importance of the Tea Party Movement, or so it was pronounced this morning on Morning Joe.

Let’s see, what did it take to get the Gray Lady to move her arse?  Was it the mass march on Washington this past September?   It is estimated that over 1 million people went to Washington to voice their concerns about health care and taxes. No, no, no!

Maybe it was town hall meetings where thousands of angry constituents across the country confronted their elected Washington officials. No, no, no!

Ok then, when Democrat John Corzine lost the governor’s race in New Jersey to a Republican challenger, or when Virginia also elected a Republican governor.  That had an impact didn’t it? Nope, that didn’t do it either.

Well boys ‘n girls we all know how the world changed on Tuesday with the election of Republican Scott Brown to the Senate seat that Teddy Kennedy held for 40 years.  This finally caught the Times attention.

Don’t expect fair coverage, this is after all, a bastion of progressive insanity and foolishness … an Obama stink tank.  I wouldn’t hold my breathe wondering if the pejorative “teabagger” finds it’s way into article either.  Betcha $50 bucks it does!

So look for an analysis that bears little resemblance to the truth … look for something shallow and superficial … looks for a hit job!

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I’ve been watching the Coakley/Brown  race for Teddy Kennedy’s the People’s Senate seat in Massachusetts with amusement and fascination.

The last few days have shown the world that there is no gutter the desperate Dems won’t get into, no evil or despicable act they will pass on, no lie too big for the Dems and team Obama.  Character assassination?  No problemo!   So what if Brown didn’t really vote to prevent women from getting rape kits!  The pictures looked good didn’t they? Besides isn’t this the same foolproof BS that got the Constitutionally ineligible fraud elected President?

Ya, well I guess you really can fool some of the people all the time, but not this time Sparky!  The people are feed up with back room deals, all the overspending and under-performing. They are tired of the excuses, the phony rhetoric, the bailouts, the 37 Czars, the lack of transparency, and being taken for granted.

CNN is reporting that the White House is predicting a Coakley loss.

Oh, boo hoo! But even better is this, Hot Air is reporting that when the Big O arrived at his venue to speak barely 1,500 people were there … not counting the hecklers … yes, I said hecklers!

Regardless of the motivation, the result speaks for itself. While Scott Brown drew at least 3,000 for his big rally this afternoon, Obama struggled to fill his venue:

But Obama and a parade of Democrats who appeared on stage before a crowd a local fire official put at 1,100 at Northeastern University’s modest gymnasium spent much of their time trying to explain to the audience, and to themselves, how they had lost their grip on the public “anger” – a word that has replaced “hope” as the emotion Democrats seek to channel.

He couldn’t fill a hall for Deval Patrick in October, either. If Coakley was looking for a game-changer, she’s going to be disappointed.

Update: The Boston Globe puts Obama’s rally at 1500 and Brown’s at 2200 (in the main room), but makes the point that the President got overshadowed by the state Senator!

And if you think things can’t get worse, you’d be wrong. Teddy Kennedy’s home town paper, the Cape Cod Times has just endorsed Scott Brown.

In his last re-election to the state Senate in 2008, Brown won by a 59-41 percent margin. Part of his success comes from his willingness to work with Democrats on important issues.

“I would not have been overwhelmingly re-elected if I didn’t know how to work across party lines,” Brown said in the primary. “If the Democrats have a good idea, I’d be happy to vote with them.”

Brown is exactly what Washington needs — someone who will vote his conscience rather than spew party rhetoric.

The notion of change as an important ingredient here cannot be underestimated, not because the Democrats are necessarily on the wrong path, but because good government is enhanced by two viable parties.

In the special Senate election on Tuesday, we recommend Scott Brown.


This is posted because I’m sick and tired of hearing the MSM depicting anyone with a view that differs the faux Obama Administration being depicted as a radical, or a trouble maker, or a crazzzzzzzzzzzzy.

This is from PUMA FOR LIFE.

Is it time for civil disobedience?

We should never forget that everything Adolf Hitler did in Germany was “legal” and everything the Hungarian freedom fighters did in Hungary was “illegal.” (Martin Luther King, Jr., “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” Why We Can’t Wait, 1963)


In an essay on civil disobedience, written in 1849 under the title “Resistance to Civil Government”, Henry David Thoreau wrote:

“There will never be a really free and enlightened State until the State comes to recognize the individual as a higher and independent power, from which all its own power and authority are derived, and treats him accordingly.”

I don’t know what form an action of civil disobedience should take; in other countries people just literally pour out into the streets wherever they are and shut down their town.  That’s one scenario.  Another possible action is to have something going on in DC like surrounding the Capitol Building and not letting the Lords and Ladies go home for their cocktails.

September is the crucial month because that is when they (the Lords and Ladies) plan on forcing this crap down our throats.  So, now is the time to start thinking about it; I’d like to hear your suggestions.  If you have a blog, please consider doing some brainstorming on this topic; I’d like to get a discussion going all over the internet.

Let me say up front, I don’t know if we are at this point or not, but the question is a good one … one in need of a considerable amount of deliberative thought.

Just an after thought.

Maybe one of the reasons some of our Congressional members are not anxious to face voters in their districts this fall is because they can tell the difference between real and manufactued anger and protests.

They wouldn’t be fearful if they were doing their jobs … say like reading the bills they are voting on first … right?  Just a thought!


Or… maybe we need a Czar to manage all the Czars… all those appointees not elected, vetted, or scrutinized.  If you’ve lost count of the number of Czars we now have… 16, this is from Pink Elephant Pundit:

  • Drug Czar: Gil Kerlikowske, former Seattle police chief
  • Energy and Environment Czar: Carol Browner
  • Homeland Security Czar: John Brennan
  • Health Czar: Nancy-Ann DeParle
  • Urban Affairs Czar: Adolfo Carrion, Jr.
  • Economic Czar: Paul A. Volcker
  • Regulatory Czar: Cass R. Sunstein
  • Technology Czar: Vivek Kundra
  • Government Performance Czar: Jeffrey Zients
  • Border Czar: Alan Bersin
  • WMD Policy Czar: Gary Samore
  • Intelligence Czar (Director of National Intelligence): Dennis Blair
  • Car Czar: Steven Rattner
  • Pay Czar: Kenneth R. Feinberg
  • Great Lakes Czar: Cameron Davis
  • Cyber Czar: TBA

Let’s talk a little more about this. Know how many Czars Reagan had? One. Bush 41? One. Clinton? Three. Dubya? Four.

Obama has already QUADRUPLED that. And since most of these positions are already covered by Secretaries, the overlap is wasteful.

And some are just inane (seriously, A GREAT LAKES CZAR? What is a Great Lakes Czar? Overlord of the Catfish? I don’t understand). Scariest part? Czars have no one to answer to but Obama. Know how much they are in control of? $1.7 TRILLION. Yeah. (emphasis mine)

Ah yes, but let’s get back to the Common Sense Czar, my personal choice for the next Czar in ObamaLand.  What exactly would the Common Sense Czar ‘s (hereinafter referred to as the  CSC) duties entail? Since Czars apparently have powers not granted under the Constitution and are free to act as they please the CSC’s first actions would be to:

  • Get rid of all redundant and unnecessary Czars … that’s about 14 or 15 of the Czars that I can see.
  • Dictate that Congress can no longer pass legislation, like the $787 billion “stimulus bill” without reading it first!
  • Immediately get the government out of the car business before this becomes Obama’s economic Viet Nam
  • Insist that all credit card companies cap their interest rates to consumers at 13% or dictate that no bank can charge consumers more that 4 times the rate that they pay for SAVINGS ACCOUNTS!  Banks paying consumers 5%  for their saving accounts get to charge as much as 20% on credit cards . . . banks paying 2% on savings can only 8% on their credit cards.
  • Demand that every government agency look at their budgets and cut 10% … no make that 15% . .. cutting 10% is easy, 15% takes a little effort.
  • Dictate that every member of Congress  and in the executive branch take a 10% cut in their salaries, since We the People are being asked to sacrifice and live with less, they should lead by example … Mr. Obama that means you.
  • Appoint a government Expense Review Czar to go over the expenses that our leaders and representatives are charging the taxpayers.  Expenses found to be unnecessary or frivolous would have to be reimbursed to the taxpayers.  That means no more trips to see the Pope,  or trips to see Broadway show, or fly overs NY City for a photo op, just for the heck of it.
  • Demand that any member of a finance or banking related committee MUST TAKE a course in economics 101 before passing another piece of legislation.  Additionally, they must demonstrate that they could operate a lemonade stand and make a profit!
  • Demand that every member of legislative & executive branches take a refresher course  in political science and the Constitution. They would  have to pass a test with a grade no lower than C before they enacting any new legislation!


I know, I know, I know. This is a cheap shot . . . but how could I resist? I mean after all, how is it possible that Kermit looks more manly than Barack, Kerry, and Dukakis all put together?

  • Talking about cheap shots, is the best the Obama campaign has to offer is that McCain is older than Barack?  That’s a reason to vote for him?

  • Hey, what happened to the “American public is tired of all the sniping and wants to hear the issues discussed?”  That probably went the same way  his pledge to use public financing went and along with it his desire to unite the country.