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If you haven't yet voted, the cheating makes it all the more important that you MAKE TIME to get to the polls on Tuesday between 7 am and 7 pm.
Reports of voter intimidation, demands for DOJ election observers by both sides, Democrat candidates electioneering inside polling locations, election clerks actually tricking voters to vote Democrat instead of their indicated preference of Republican, all gather to tarnish what should be a free and fair election. http://www.texasgopvote.com/2010-elections/texas-elections/early-voting-democrats-cheating-voter-fraud-poll-watchers-observations-002017If you haven't yet voted, the cheating makes it all the more important that you... more
Tea Party members have started challenging voter registration applications and have announced plans to question individual voters at the polls whom they suspect of being ineligible.
In response, liberal groups and voting rights advocates are sounding an alarm, claiming that such strategies are scare tactics intended to suppress minority and poor voters.
In St. Paul, organizers from the Tea Party and related groups announced this week that they were offering a $500 reward for anyone who turned in someone who was successfully prosecuted for voter fraud.
The group is also organizing volunteer “surveillance squads” to photograph and videotape what it suspects are irregularities, and in some cases to follow buses that take voters to the polls.
In Milwaukee last week, several community groups protested the posting of large billboards throughout the city that show pictures of people behind jail bars under the words “We Voted Illegally.” The protesters said the posters — it was not clear who paid for them — were intended to intimidate people from voting.
In Houston, a Tea Party group called the King Street Patriots recently accused a voter registration group, Houston Votes, of turning in voter registration applications with incorrect information. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/27/us/politics/27fraud.htmlTea Party members have started challenging voter registration applications and have... more
Although William Kristol, like the rest of the neocons, were completely wrong about Iraq’s WMDs and Saddam’s links to Al Qaeda and 9/11, it would be a fatal error indeed to dismiss him them as fools.
In order to understand what motivates Bill Kristol’s professed hyper-patriotism, with its consistently disastrous prescriptions, it’s worth recalling how his father, Irving Kristol, reacted to Vietnam War critic Senator George McGovern. The presidential contender’s proposed cut in U.S. military expenditure would, according to the “godfather” of neoconservatism, “drive a knife in the heart of Israel.”
“Jews don’t like big military budgets,” the elder Kristol explained in a Jewish publication in 1973. “But it is now an interest of the Jews to have a large and powerful military establishment in the United States … American Jews who care about the survival of the state of Israel have to say, no, we don’t want to cut the military budget, it is important to keep that military budget big, so that we can defend Israel.”Although William Kristol, like the rest of the neocons, were completely wrong about... more
Forget about Kool-Aid. Democrats, liberals, and progressives have been drinking the next generation of politically infused drinks: Weed-Aid. Weed-Aid not only gives you more wings than Red Bull, it also takes you higher than the average cannabis plant. Chemically infused with socialism and evolution, the bluish-green drink gives you enough energy to ram through policies and laws that will change any nation to your liking even against the general public! Enjoy the epic rush of pure dominance as you help spread liberalism on your unsuspecting victims. Weed-Aid has been proven that one sip can drive you into a green rage of insults and expletives when pesky opponents get in your way that would make even the Hulk proud! Check out who already drinks and loves it!
http://chris-gavin.com/archives/2594Forget about Kool-Aid. Democrats, liberals, and progressives have been drinking the... more
I’ll say this, the owner of this far left liberal blog could not have named her site anymore perfectly. Liberals really do freak out over the Tea Party and Conservatism. They attack and insult anyone who disagrees with them. They spread fear through lies and propaganda. And FreakOutNation, which is run by a supposed Christian liberal (no, they really don’t exist), is doing some serious freaking out. The blogs owner, Anomally100 (name currently unknown), constantly lies and distorts truth all in the name of what she thinks is Christianity for her liberal agenda’s sake. Anyone who uses religion to push a socialist agenda is extremely despicable. I believe it was Hitler who also used that same method and we all know history, except for the liberals who would like to see certain parts of history wiped from the books for obvious reasons.
In a post on her blog entitled “The Tea Party, Representing A New Chaotic America” she attempts, very pathetically, to attack the massive grassroots movement with…its own principles. Those being small government and less taxes. Like all mindless liberal zombies, Anomally100 has no problem being the hypocrite and spreading the lie that the Tea Party is the offspring of the Republican Party. That is the most favorite lie among the liberal establishment. You hear it everywhere. The Tea Party is really the Republican Party (NO WAY!!!). In all earthly reality the Tea Party may be made up of mostly Republicans but we have Independents and Democrats too. The Tea Party is really against any form of government corruption and does not care which party is at fault. We blame BOTH sides which showed during the primaries when Tea Party backed candidates beat out plenty of Republican establishments. One of the Tea Party’s goals is to “reform” the Republican Party back into what it used to be which is what the Tea Party stands for and what this liberal is freaking out about. Anomally100 doesn’t want a small government. She doesn’t want less taxes. She would much rather we all depend on a massive government entity to tell us how to live, how to act, how to raise our children, etc.I’ll say this, the owner of this far left liberal blog could not have named her... more
It was supposed to be non-partisan. At least, that is what rally organizers said. This union backed hatefest known as “The One Nation March” is nothing but a pathetic attempt by Democrats and their liberal progressive allies to tap into the same voter anger that fuels the Tea Party. It was said recently that more people attended this rally (according to a satellite image) than Beck’s Restore Honor rally that brought in hundreds of thousands of Americans. Yeah right! According to the AP, only thousands attended the One Nation March; far below Restore Honor. I would love to see this “satellite image”.
Also, since this rally is so non-partisan, why did one speaker say that we must “work for progressive change”? This is a taxpayer funded union event that calls for “progressive change” and has so far been nothing but hate. The rally opened up with MSNBC ultra-liberal host Ed Schultz blaming Republicans for everything which is the norm at these events. The rally has over 400 sponsors which includes unions, faith, enviromental and gay-rights groups. Two of the largest unions, the AFL-CIO and Service Employees International Union heavily back the Democrats. Compared to Beck’s Restore Honor rally which only had a handful of sponsors and still brought it much more people and was actually non-partisan and non-political.
Speakers at this rally say that the Tea Party is the biggest danger to America. I didn’t realize small government, less taxes, more common sense, more freedoms, fiscal responsibility, accountability, and responsibility was such a freaking danger!
Collage students stood up and complained about how much they owe on their student loans. “I have $30,000 in debt”. “I have $100,000 in debt”. Better find a job to pay off all that cash. But first you have to create jobs. How do we create jobs? Government doesn’t but the private sector does.
There was a young man, who is illegal, who spoke of his illegal parents who were deported but how he was allowed to stay on conditions because he and his brother were born here. A sad story indeed but the law is the law. If you break the law, you suffer the consequences. So honestly, I have no sympethy for the kid. This rally clearly supports illegal immigration for the “common good”. I really do not care how much of a law abiding citizen you are. If you are here illegally, you should be deported. The law is the law.
On to education. One black speaker said that demonizing teachers is not the answer to the problems in the education system. The only demonizing I see going on are on the teachers who have sex with students. The ones who don’t educate but instead push their own political ideas and beliefs on their students. But the unions don’t like talking about those teachers…for some reasons.
Its all about jobs. They want government created jobs. What they don’t understand is government doesn’t create jobs…the private sector does! All they basically do is complain about jobs for the “common good” because they believe that everyone has a right to a job. Everyone has a right to education. Everyone has a right to health care. Everyone has a right to…everything. Everything is a “right” to these people. Everyone deserves a “right”. Everyone except those who disagree…I have my right to free speech yet they constantly attack me in order to silence me. Their “rights” only apply to their own people. The left wing people. Sure, I believe kids deserve the best education. But what the left does not understand is they actually protect the bad teachers and attack the good ones. That is why education in America sucks. But see, its all about the agenda more than the kids. Its not about the kids and education…its about the agenda and making sure the kids know the agenda. This rally is nothing but lies and hate. It IS the agenda.
And look who I found on the One Nation Working Together website parter’s list: Democratic Socialists of America and the Communist Party USA (CPUSA). What is even more disturbing is I also found…National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.. Socialism/Communism does not mix with Christianity. I am independent baptist and this is exactly why I will stay independent and never belong in a church that follows the mainstream religion.
Liberalism is such an ugly thing. I just wish more people could see that.It was supposed to be non-partisan. At least, that is what rally organizers said. This... more
Liberal Los Angeles Politicians vows to help small business by doing their jobs a little better??(WTF)Getting laid off on her 51st birthday was wrenching for Mary Bueno, the manager of the satellite office of a Los Angeles automotive advertising publication.
With small businesses continuing to be squeezed in an uncertain economy, Los Angeles city officials have vowed to do a better job of untangling a vast governmental bureaucracy for small firms.
Not only do these firms need stronger advocates in City Hall, officials said last week, they also need more and clear information about what the city already is doing to help.
"Job creation and job growth at small businesses is going to be the engine that drives the recovery," said Todd Wilson, a managing director in the Mayor's Office of Business and Economic Policy. "We want to do everything we can to help them prosper and contribute to their success."
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa named a small-business team to support the outfits and help them navigate the city's labyrinthine permit and tax procedures.
that means they will actually fix their incompetence and red tape to actually make it easier to get taxed..................
fucking liberals..................LOLGetting laid off on her 51st birthday was wrenching for Mary Bueno, the manager of the... more
If people actually believe that a coloring book for kids about the Tea Party Movement constitutes death threats then the people committing the crime need to be committed into a mental institution. Might I add that the maker and publisher of the book happens to be liberal? Bell has described himself as a “very liberal and open-minded guy”.If people actually believe that a coloring book for kids about the Tea Party Movement... more
"Politicians are like diapers; they need to be changed often and for the same reason."
— Mark Twain
In the time when our founding fathers drafted our Constitution, and created the U.S Government, they did not intend on government service to become a career.
It is the purpose of this petition to be the voice of the people to limit the terms of Senators to two (12 years maximum), and Representatives to six terms (12 years maximum).
(Reelections have stayed above 85% since 1965, and in 2008 are at 94%) - http://www.firetherulingclass.org/ruling.asp
In March 21, 1947, the Twenty-second Amendment (Amendment XXII) was ratified, and so set limits to the office of The President...but none for anyone else.
The last ratified Amendment in the constitution was in 1992, and dealt with issue of their pay raises.
No such limits have been proposed, or ratified for the very people who write the laws which impact our daily lives.
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men." -Lord Acton
In a time when our nation seems so polarized by either left, or right; this one thing, I hope we all can agree upon.
We do not need members in Congress or the House, who ignore the voice of the people, or who lend an ear to the highest bidder. We do not need Legislators who grow comfortable with their seat, and do all they can to latch on to it.
We need leaders, representatives who heed our voice, and perform a service to the people of these United States.
It is not a seat of power to be used to make oneself a fortune, but should be used to better the lives of all.
I propose this be added as the 28th Amendment of the Constitution. (for the benefit of all)
Section 1. No person shall be elected to the office of Senator more than twice, and no person who has held the office of Senator, or acted as Senator, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected Senator shall be elected to the office of Senator more than twice (two six-year terms). This article shall be retroactive when applied. Those who currently serve as Senator shall stay for the remainder of the term. Those who have served a prior, consecutive term, will not be eligible for reelection. Those who have served two or more prior consecutive terms will also be ineligible for reelection, upon ratification, and there after.
Section 2. No person shall be elected to the office of Representative more than six terms (one term is for two years), and no person who has held the office of Representative, or acted as Representative, for more than eleven years of a term to which some other person was elected Representative shall be elected to the office of Representative more than six terms. This article shall be retroactive when applied. Those who currently serve as Representative shall stay for the remainder of there term. Those who have served a prior six consecutive terms, will not be eligible for reelection. "
Section 3. The terms and length of service for Senators and Representatives shall not be changed or abridged by the United States or by any State. Only a popular vote, won by no less than 85% of US Citizens shall over turn the limits."Politicians are like diapers; they need to be changed often and for the same... more
For more than 200 years, the political left has been coming up with reasons why criminals should not be punished as much, or at all. The latest gambit in Missouri is providing judges with the costs of incarcerating the criminals they sentence.
According to The New York Times, "a three-year prison sentence would run more than $37,000 while probation would cost $6,770." For a more serious crime, where a five-year imprisonment would cost more than $50,000, it would cost less than $9,000 for what is described as "five years of intensive probation."
This is only the latest in a long line of "alternatives to incarceration" schemes that are constantly pushed by all sorts of clever people. The question resolutely ignored in these scientific-sounding calculations is: What is the cost of turning criminals loose? Phrases like "intensive probation" may create the illusion that criminals at large are somehow under control of the authorities -- but illusions are especially dangerous when it comes to crime.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/prison_crime_the_true_costs_4r0UEDO6EnnGCsQxtZl2cP#ixzz10XdNPkWRFor more than 200 years, the political left has been coming up with reasons why... more
In a 1 hour span, the Tea Party Patriots Facebook page was invested with not just a few or a couple trolls, but only one. Within a one hour time frame, one troll was able to push out well over 150 posts of infammetory, hateful spit. The TPP Facebook page is “liked” by nearly 467,000 people (myself included) and I am betting much of them are fake profiles created by trolls to wreak havok on a grassroots army they see as a threat to their agenda of “hope” and “change”.
If you want the REALLY good stuff with a TON of images, click the linkage.
http://chris-gavin.com/archives/1943In a 1 hour span, the Tea Party Patriots Facebook page was invested with not just a... more
Paul Conrad Dies at 86 | Pulitizer Prize-Winning Political Cartoonist Made Him One of Leading Provocateurs | Helped Push The Los Angeles Times to National ProminencePolitical cartoonist Paul Conrad dies
By James Rainey | 12:52 p.m.
His fiercely confrontational cartoons made him one of the leading political provocateurs of the second half of the 20th century and helped push the Times to national prominence. He was 86.
Paul Conrad dies at 86; Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist helped bring The Los Angeles Times to national prominence
By James Rainey, Los Angeles Times
September 4, 2010|12:52 p.m.
Paul Conrad, whose fiercely confrontational editorial cartoons made him one of the leading political provocateurs of the second half of the 20th century and who helped push the Los Angeles Times to national prominence, has died. He was 86.
Conrad died early Saturday of natural causes, surrounded by his family at his home in Rancho Palos Verdes, said his son David.
Conrad won three Pulitzer Prizes, a feat matched by only two other cartoonists in the post- World War II era, while both thrilling and infuriating readers for more than 50 years with an unyielding liberal stance, rendered in savage black and white.
Mayors, governors and presidents cringed at the prospect of being on the business end of Conrad's searing pen, while many Southern Californians made him their first stop as they sifted through The Times, the newspaper that was his principal home for nearly 30 years.
While many other cartoonists angled for whimsy or the easy one-off, Conrad "specialized in hair shirts and jeremiads and harpoons to the heart," former Times Editor Shelby Coffey III once wrote. The cartoonist, loud and often profane in person, viewed himself as a champion of the common man and relished combat with those he saw as protectors of the rich and privileged.
His most prominent and enduring foils came in the person of two California politicians who rose to the presidency, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. The scandal-plagued Nixon named Conrad to his "enemies list" -- a designation the cartoonist described as one of his greatest honors. Former Times Publisher Otis Chandler became accustomed to his breakfast being interrupted by either Reagan or wife Nancy, furious that the then-governor had been depicted, again, as dimwitted, mean-spirited or out of touch.
"Conrad is ... more than a legend in cartooning and an institution in American journalism," Doug Marlette, one of many cartoonists inspired by that work, once said. "He is a force of nature; you measure Conrad on the Richter scale."
The author and essayist Pete Hamill called Conrad "a voice. And the voice is his alone: alternately savage, compassionate, brutal and ironic."
Conrad rose to prominence in a post-World War II era when many newspapers were at the height of their power and when he and other widely syndicated editorial cartoonists -- including Herbert L. Block (Herblock), Bill Mauldin and Pat Oliphant—held a particular grip on the American psyche.
Just before his death in 2007, the onetime editor of The Times' editorial pages, Anthony Day, worried that the skittish and contracting newspaper industry would no longer support a "genius" like Conrad. "It's easier to not make trouble," Day said, "than to make trouble."
And Conrad loved making trouble. His righteous indignation was guided by a modest Midwestern upbringing, an abiding Catholic faith and what one chronicler called "a fanatic heart."
Many journalists like to talk of the imperative of afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted. Conrad embraced the credo with abandon. "Don't ever accuse me," he liked to say, "of being objective."
CONTINUED…Political cartoonist Paul Conrad dies By James Rainey | 12:52 p.m. His fiercely... more
I just watched the video and OH MY GOD OF SHOCK!!!
Ignorance beyond REASON! How so many human beings can wear their stupidity so proudly on their sleeves, is ASTOUNDING!
The NO-THINK is quite chilling, just realizing that every one of those spouting off their shitbrains (without a single notion, of how deranged and foolish they SOUND…) CAN VOTE is quite SCAAARY!
Good grief, didn't we have enough ignorance and LIGHTS OUT during the Bush/Cheney years?
When I hear the media claiming that polls show Liberal Democrats not motivated enough to stop the Republican Machine Of Hate and the conservatives (especially, the hate filled teabag bigots) who are motivated out of control and going to make sure their crazy, batshit, squirrelly, NUTBALL LEADERS will take over again, is just plain MIND BOGGLING!
HERE WE GO AGAIN… back to the twilight zone but this time we may not survive and I ain’t just whistling the Battle Hymn of the Republic! :-() thinkingblue
PS: Wow, I never realized what an easy job Glenn Beck has until now! TRIPLE WOW!
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On 8.28.2010, Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" rally was held on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The purpose of the rally, which Beck claimed to be "non-political" despite featuring Tea Party-favorite Sarah Palin as a speaker and its being attended entirely by conservatives, was unclear. The participants spoke abstractly about the need to restore "honor" and "pride" to a country that had lost it. When pressed for when our country had lost its honor, most cited the election of Barack Obama.
8.28.2010 also represented the 47th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech, and Glenn Beck has been criticized for by civil rights groups for trying to misappropriate the occasion.
Last year, Beck referred to Barack Obama—our country's first African-American President--as a "racist... who has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture." When offered the chance to respond to Beck's statements, his fans either agreed with him or simply refused to believe that he had ever made them.
While the speaker list was diverse, the overwhelmingly white crowd expressed paranoid and conspiratorial fears of multiculturalism—that atheists or black liberation theologists or radical Muslims or "free-loading" Latinos were going to ruin our country. There was the constant suggestion that white Christians and their way of life are somehow under assault, and that the attendees of this rally were here to put an end to it and return the country to what it used to be.
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http://newleftmedia.com/donateI just watched the video and OH MY GOD OF SHOCK!!! Ignorance beyond REASON! How so... more
Had this wild idea today... Ron Paul switching parties and running against Obama in the primaries.
He has no access to liberals and the Republicans would probably kill him before they would let him win the primary.
He could run on the platform of "the party doesn't matter, it's the man and his values"
http://www.dailypaul.com/node/143327Had this wild idea today... Ron Paul switching parties and running against Obama in... more
Those who lament that Democrats can't get anything done ignore the genius of the Constitution's roadblocks to a "tyranny of the majority."
Matt Yglesias of Think Progress took a lot of heat from the right last month for stating that America has become ungovernable. Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey said Yglesias wasn’t making these complaints when the Democrats were in the minority and obstructing judges and social security reform. Kim Priestap of Wizbang suggested that Yglesias was trying to make excuses for Obama’s flailing agenda.
Yes, Yglesias was being hypocritical. Yes, Yglesias was making excuses. Nonetheless, Yglesias was essentially right. America is ungovernable. It has been for the better part of its history.
Regarding the U.S. Senate, Yglesias complained: “It’s a system in which the minority benefits if the government fails, and the minority has the power to ensure failure. It’s insane, and it needs to be changed.”
Yglesias hit on the left’s problem, but he stopped short. Yglesias and the left complain about the bind in which they find themselves. They can spare 40 votes on any House vote, and they have a Senate majority, but they can’t get anything done. It’s as if a genius schemed against them to thwart their efforts and require impossibly large majorities to accomplish something.
A genius did conspire against the left, but their foe isn’t Karl Rove. In fact, he’s been dead for 173 years.
By fingering the system as the problem, Yglesias identified the system’s creators as the enemy and James Madison in particular. But our founders didn’t set out to frustrate any specific people. They were concerned with one big question: how does one prevent a republic from degenerating into tyranny, as all historical republics had?
While Yglesias worries about the minority ruining a Democratic stampede, Madison worried about something else entirely. In Federalist 51 he writes:
It is of great importance in a republic not only to guard the society against the oppression of its rulers, but to guard one part of the society against the injustice of the other part. …. If a majority be united by a common interest, the rights of the minority will be insecure.
Madison’s solution was simple.
Whilst all authority in it will be derived from and dependent on the society, the society itself will be broken into so many parts, interests, and classes of citizens, that the rights of individuals, or of the minority, will be in little danger from interested combinations of the majority.
We like to imagine we only have two factions in America: Republicans and Democrats; liberals and conservatives. Last year showed that we have all sorts of factions within the two-party system. There’s been a lot of talk about Blue Dog Democrats, but coal state Democrats opposed cap and trade, and pro-life Democrats pushed the Stupak Amendment and guaranteed that President Obama’s rhetoric about the Freedom of Choice Act will remain empty words. Right-to-work state Democrats like Blanche Lincoln (D-Arkansas) and Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) have frustrated efforts to pass card check.
Our constitutional system of government works — but it works to protect liberty, not allow those who want to get their agenda passed and get it passed yesterday to run roughshod over the minority. Madison warned of such a system, writing, “In a society under the forms of which the stronger faction can readily unite and oppress the weaker, anarchy may as truly be said to reign as in a state of nature.”
It must be said that from the time of the Great Depression until the election of Ronald Reagan it was far easier for the left to “get things done.” Democrats held absurd majorities and could usually get more than enough votes to have their agendas passed. During the 48-year period from 1933-1981, Democrats controlled both houses of Congress for all but four years.
Democratic hegemony allowed them to push through Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. It allowed them to pack the courts with activists who shamelessly added to the Constitution, giving the left political victories they could have never won using the constitutional process of amendment through state legislatures. This includes the removal of prayer from schools and abortion on demand. While conservative Democrats could frustrate the process, liberals could always find like-minded Republicans, such as Charles Mathias, John Chaffee, and Jacob Javits, to swing the balance.
Since 1980, the Democrats have lacked the super majorities they enjoyed in the days of LBJ and FDR. They have fewer senators like Mathias and Javitz with whom they can parlay to get their agenda approved At the same time, Republicans have not been able to get their more ambitious items passed. More often than not, divided government has been the rule.
Thus left and right are both stymied by the Constitution, which was designed to frustrate change in favor of freedom. America is ungovernable because the founders never intended the lives of Americans to be governed from the federal capitol. Hamilton writes in Federalist 45:
The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite.
The founders would tell Yglesias and other liberals that if they wanted to govern something, they should have governed their own states.
In an ideal world, we could end this column by simply re-affirming the Constitution. But the years of liberal hegemony have created problems that simply “following the Constitution” from here on out can’t solve. For instance, there is more than $44 trillion in unfunded obligations for Social Security, Medicare, and other entitlements. And there is a poisonous culture war waged by liberal lawyers in New York and California — people who are unable to cope with a boy in Alabama praying in schools or a woman in Utah not being able to get abortion on demand. Simply following the Constitution from now on doesn’t repair the damage already done. For conservatives, the challenge is to persuade a wides swath of the population to support not only our candidates, but our ideas.
The left may grumble about the unfairness of our system of government now that they can’t get their way on everything they want. But conservatives know our system of government works even when it frustrates us.
Please share your thoughts, I thought this article would provide a lot of food for thought here on Current, for conservatives, liberals, and anyone else interested in politics.Those who lament that Democrats can't get anything done ignore the genius of the... more
Spying on you with your own money!
Muslim NYC Cab Driver Viciously Attacked By Supporter Of Ground Zero Mosque...Muslim Cabby is Against it!Now why would someone who volunteers for an organization that supports the Ground Zero Mosque attack a Muslim man with a knife? Could it be because he’s a leftist who was trying to create a narrative of anti-Muslim violence that could be blamed on opponents of the Mosque? Politico reports… The apparent anti-Muslim assault on a New York City cabbie by a man shouting Assalamu Alaikum.
http://politifi.com/news/Muslim-NYC-Cab-Driver-Viciously-Attacked-By-Supporter-Of-Ground-Zero-Mosque-1072691.htmlNow why would someone who volunteers for an organization that supports the Ground Zero... more
August 26, 1920 . . . If you like your freedoms, thank a liberal!
Know what happened, 90 years ago? The19th Amendmentpassed, and women secured a right they should never have been denied.
"Denied;" who, or rather, which demographic was responsible for the beatings and jailings and ostracization that those fighting for women's rights had been subject to for 80 years? There is no debate or other form of argument here. Conservatives; exactly as they were responsible for slavery and the Civil War and have been responsible for every effort to deny to equal human beings the enjoyment of full equal rights before and since.
Thus it is a fact, not speculation or opinion, that for every freedom you enjoy . . . yep, you got it:Thank a LIBERAL!And for each of those freedoms that were won, they were won against stiffconservativeopposition. It is anathema -- conservatism is -- to any and every reference to freedom, indeed to the core principle of human dignity.
Ed TubbsAugust 26, 1920 . . . If you like your freedoms, thank a liberal! Know what... more