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Obama Admits Tyrannical All Out Assault On Liberty

January 21, 2013

Obama Admits Tyrannical All Out Assault On Liberty

Please allow me to explain. Watch this video:

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Let me try to explain what shocked me… he made a stunning admission.

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Obama tells us WHY he thinks people will be warning of a tyrannical all out assault on liberty:

There will be pundits and politicians and special interest lobbyists publicly warning of a tyrannical all out assault on liberty. Not because that’s true… but because… they want to gin up fear or higher ratings or revenue for themselves

Why they are warning. Not because it’s true. It is true, but that’s not why they are warning about it.

There will be pundits and politicians and special interest lobbyists publicly warning of a tyrannical all out assault on liberty. Not BECAUSE that’s true… but because…

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mmmm-mmmm-mmmm. Watch it again, see what I mean?

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Or in other words, he DIDN’T say:

“There will be pundits and politicians and special interest lobbyists publicly warning of a tyrannical all out assault on liberty.

That is false, there is no tyrannical all out assault on liberty.”

He DID say:

“There will be pundits and politicians and special interest lobbyists publicly warning of a tyrannical all out assault on liberty.

Not because that’s true… but because…”

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mmmm-mmmm-mmmm. Watch it again, see what I mean?

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Obama impugns the motives of those who would issue such a warning. It makes more sense to me to think they are motivated by their love of liberty.

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Progressives Act Like Clowns

September 1, 2012

just ’cause I feel like sharing:

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They accuse Republicans of wanting to give “tax breaks to the rich.”  That’s not the progressive way, be progressive an give your friends cash!

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Pay to Play – How Five Of Obama’s Biggest Supporters Stand To Benefit From A Second Term

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NEXT:


Banning Abortion Is Now, Apparently, Racism

Right. You caught us, Brian. That’s exactly what the GOP is attempting to do, to make sure there are more Black, Latino, and other minority children not being aborted so that the country will have more Black, Latino, and other minorities because we hate Blacks, Latinos, and other minorities. I find myself rubbing my forehead after writing that…

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NEXT…

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AMA = Ask Me Anything… sort of a live interview.

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Obama Campaign Blatantly Plants Question In Reddit Interview…

This is about as sloppy as it gets. Typically a campaign will take some steps to cover their tracks when planting questions, not so in this case.

Obama answers a planted question in his AMA by a user account 4 hours old. Nobody notices/cares — Reddit

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Here’s the planted question:

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I am recent law school graduate. Despite graduating from a top school, I find myself unemployed with a large student loan debt burden. While I’m sure my immediate prospects will improve in time, it’s difficult to be optimistic about the future knowing that my ability to live a productive life — to have a fulfilling career, to buy a house, to someday raise a family — is hampered by my debt and the bleak economic outlook for young people. I know that I’m not alone in feeling this way. Many of us are demoralized. Your 2008 campaign was successful in large part due to the efforts of younger demographics. We worked for you, we campaigned for you, and we turned out in record numbers to vote for you. What can I say to encourage those in similar situations as I am to show up again in November? What hope can you offer us for your second term?

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Aw, did Paul Ryan annoy someone? Boo-hoo. I imagine it was a response to this:

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College graduates should not have to live out their 20s in their childhood bedrooms, staring up at fading Obama posters and wondering when they can move out and get going with life.  Everyone who feels stuck in the Obama economy is right to focus on the here and now.  And I hope you understand this too, if you’re feeling left out or passed by: You have not failed, your leaders have failed you. – Paul Ryan

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Exactly. Right on. Time for a change.

 

 

 

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Our Rights Come From Nature and God

September 1, 2012

Of course, not every “progressive” thinks exactly the same way but they do seem to march in lock-step. If they think a certain way, then we would be correct in calling their thinking “leftism”.

Well what do you know! Here is another example of “how lefties think” and why we disagree with them.

First, a statement that I would never consider “controversial”:

at the Republican National Convention, vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan told his audience and the nation that “sometimes, even presidents need reminding, that our rights come from nature and God, not from government.”

Of course, isn’t that self evident? Our rights come from nature and God and it’s the job of government, elected by we the people, to protect those rights and keep them secure so that we are free.

That’s the idea that America was founded on.

Well, believe it or not, lefties disagree. I’ll post a quote below. Really, I mean who could possibly disagree with that? Do they need a consensus of climate scientists to declare it true before they believe what is obvious?

Not only that, the lefty quoted believes, blessings of rights that come from nature and God do not apply to “black people, Hispanic people, and women”. I guess what he is saying is that nature and God are racist, sexist and whatever “ist” applies to singling out Hispanics.

“He loves this line of ‘our rights come from God and nature’, which is so offensive to so much of America,” pontificated the MSNBC personality. “Because for black people, Hispanic people, and women, our rights do not come from God or nature. They were not recognized by the natural order of America. They come from the government and from legislation that happens in relatively recent history in America. So that line just bothers me to my core.”

I might be offended, but that is just so wrong, it is sad.

Gosh, that is what MSNBC provides for convention coverage? The MSNBC personality seems to have a good job and the freedom of speech, even though their viewership is low, where’s the beef?

I apologize for getting sidetracked here, but the convention rocked. Here is Paul Ryan:

College graduates should not have to live out their 20s in their childhood bedrooms, staring up at fading Obama posters and wondering when they can move out and get going with life.  Everyone who feels stuck in the Obama economy is right to focus on the here and now.  And I hope you understand this too, if you’re feeling left out or passed by: You have not failed, your leaders have failed you.

None of us have to settle for the best this administration offers – a dull, adventureless journey from one entitlement to the next, a government-planned life, a country where everything is free but us.

Listen to the way we’re spoken to already, as if everyone is stuck in some class or station in life, victims of circumstances beyond our control, with government there to help us cope with our fate.

“a dull, adventureless journey from one entitlement to the next, a government-planned life, a country where everything is free but us ” precisely describes The Life of Julia.

MSNBC’s Touré Neblett Reacts to Ryan’s Speech: For Women and Minorities, ‘Our Rights Do Not Come From God or Nature’

Thank you for visiting! God Bless you and these United States.

NY Times: The good news for Mr. Romney

August 27, 2012

Tax Credits Shed Light on Romney

The NY Times reports.

The good news for Mr. Romney is the forms suggest that he paid at least some federal income tax every year, as he has said he did. He used the foreign tax credit every year to offset his taxes in the United States, and American taxpayers can’t use a tax credit if they owe no federal income tax. This casts even more doubt on the claim by the Senate majority leader, Harry Reid, attributed to an unnamed Bain Capital source, that Mr. Romney paid no income taxes during that time.

I’m not sure Harry “cowboy poetry” Reid will cowboy-up, being the manly man that he is and apologize for promoting an accuracy-challenged statement.

LA Times: A Mitt Romney most of America doesn’t know

August 26, 2012

A Mitt Romney most of America doesn’t know

the Mitt Romney known to friends and business associates: a man generous to those in need, whose charitable acts stemmed from a deeply rooted sense of duty to help his neighbors.

A positive story from the LA Times?

If the country knows little about what makes Mitt Romney tick, that is in large part because the campaign has walled off large swaths of his background, including some of the most humanizing components, to public discussion.

Um… “in large part” he is humble and doesn’t brag on himself.

In a large part it’s because of Obama’s effort to discredit Mitt Romney, his Republican rival, and the press that goes along with it.

President Obama lacks serious ideas, refuses to “own up” to the responsibilities of what it takes to be president, and deals in factually dishonest arguments that could soon haunt him in face-to-face debates.

AP Interview: Obama calls Romney’s ideas ‘extreme’

That is a very long article detailing Obama’s effort to discredit Mitt Romney, his Republican rival. Of course, the AP would never, ever have a long partisan article trying to discredit Mitt Romney, the Republican. It’s a news story detailing Obama’s effort to discredit Mitt Romney. <roll eyes>.

NY Times: 70 percent of President Obama’s Twitter followers are “fake” or “inactive.”

August 25, 2012

Buying Their Way to Twitter Fame

The practice has become so widespread that StatusPeople, a social media management company in London, released a Web tool last month called the Fake Follower Check that it says can ascertain how many fake followers you and your friends have.

The tool examines Twitter relationships, said Rob Waller, a founder of StatusPeople. “Fake accounts tend to follow a lot of people but have few followers,” he said. “We then combine that with a few other metrics to confirm the account is fake.”

If accurate, the number of fake followers out there is surprising. According to the StatusPeople tool, 71 percent of Lady Gaga’s nearly 29 million followers are “fake” or “inactive.” So are 70 percent of President Obama’s nearly 19 million followers.

So, 70 percent of President Obama’s nearly 19 million followers are “fake” or “inactive.” Say, that reminds me of the previous story: Time Mag: Obama Campaign Used Behavioral Scientists to Manipulate Voters wherein it was written:

Moffo then passed along guidelines and a sample script from the Consortium of Behavioral Scientists, a secret advisory group of 29 of the nation’s leading behaviorists. The key guideline was a simple message: “A Record Turnout Is Expected.” That’s because studies by psychologist Robert Cialdini and other group members had found that the most powerful motivator for hotel guests to reuse towels, national-park visitors to stay on marked trails and citizens to vote is the suggestion that everyone is doing it. “People want to do what they think others will do,” says Cialdini, author of the best seller Influence. “The Obama campaign really got that.”

Yeah. Right. Get the campaign ads by twitter ’cause all the kids are doing it!

Time Mag: Obama Campaign Used Behavioral Scientists to Manipulate Voters

August 24, 2012

How Obama Is Using the Science of Change

The science of change they say?

deputy field director Mike Moffo wrote to Obama’s GOTV operatives nationwide, “What if I told you a world-famous team of genius scientists, psychologists and economists wrote down the best techniques for GOTV scripting?!?! Would you be interested in at least taking a look? Of course you would!!”

Moffo then passed along guidelines and a sample script from the Consortium of Behavioral Scientists, a secret advisory group of 29 of the nation’s leading behaviorists. The key guideline was a simple message: “A Record Turnout Is Expected.” That’s because studies by psychologist Robert Cialdini and other group members had found that the most powerful motivator for hotel guests to reuse towels, national-park visitors to stay on marked trails and citizens to vote is the suggestion that everyone is doing it. “People want to do what they think others will do,” says Cialdini, author of the best seller Influence. “The Obama campaign really got that.”

Oh. I wouldn’t say “Obama Is Using the Science of Change”, I would say that the Obama campaign was using a consortium of Behavioral Scientists, a secret advisory group of 29 of the nation’s leading behaviorists, to manipulate people into voting for him. I wouldn’t be surprised if the press was manipulated into supporting him too. That’s what the headline could say IMHO.

The existence of this behavioral dream team — which also included best-selling authors Dan Ariely of MIT (Predictably Irrational) and Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein of the University of Chicago (Nudge) as well as Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman of Princeton — has never been publicly disclosed, even though its members gave Obama white papers on messaging, fundraising and rumor control as well as voter mobilization.

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All their proposals — among them the famous online fundraising lotteries that gave small donors a chance to win face time with Obama — came with footnotes to peer-reviewed academic research.

They are still doing that. Donate and win a dinner with Obama, Michelle and George Clooney…

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