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Thursday, May 28, 2009
It seems that there is a disturbing trend in the Chrysler Dealer closure list. WND is reporting that of the dealers slated for closure who made political donations in the November 2008 elections, 90% gave substantial amounts of money to Republican candidates or GOP organizations.
When one examines the list of donating dealers on the chopping block, 56 made donations to the GOP, while only 7 made donations to Democrats. Wait, it gets even better! Of, those seven dealers who gave money to Democrats, five gave substantial amounts ($2,300 to $4,600) to Obama's Democratic rivals. There are only two dealers who gave donations to Obama, in amounts of $200 and $250.
It seems clear that in Il Douche Obama's America, you have to pay to play.
Monday, May 25, 2009
Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. said of the decision;
"That club still has the right to exist," Falwell said, although it cannot use the university’s name in its activities.
"They still can meet on campus," in certain rooms, he said. "There is absolutely no animosity at all toward any of these kids."
"They are good, Christian kids who sit with me at ball games. I just hope they find a pro-life family organization to affiliate with so they can be endorsed by Liberty again."
As one might imagine, the reaction from Virgina Democrats was swift and vitriolic.
Governor Tim Kaine; “I urge the leadership of Liberty University to reverse this attack on the liberty of its students and allow the College Democrats to have the same rights on campus as their counterparts, the College Republicans.“
Creigh Deeds, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor; “Virginia is the home of free speech. Restricting free speech and discouraging students from participating in the political process are not what our colleges and universities should be about. I call on Liberty University to reverse their decision and reinstate the Liberty University Democratic Club.“
Mike Signer, a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor; “The decision of the Liberty University administration to revoke the recognition of the students’ Democratic organization is deeply troubling. It is even more problematic that the school has decided to continue to recognize the campus Republicans. Together, we can fight this clear violation of the American tradition of the freedom of speech and political organization.”
Terry McAuliffe, a Democratic candidate for governor; "Liberty means freedom. To me it means freedom of speech. As most of you know, I'm a huge advocate of freedom of speech."
But where is the outrage from the Democratic party over this?
At Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio this last Saturday, four members of a campus evangelism group where arrested when another student complained about their presence on the campus. So where is the outrage from Democrats in Ohio over this violation of free speech? I have not been able to find any, which, of course, is not surprising.
To the Democrats, 'freedom of speech' refers to 'freedom of liberal politically correct speech', and no other. Democrats can declare our troops guilty of killing "innocent civilians in cold blood" before a trial even begins, but Republicans cannot accuse Democrats of being unpatriotic. Liberals can call Republicans racist for not supporting Obama, but conservatives cannot accuse Democrats of being socialists. And, in this case, a publicly funded institution can violate the free speech rights of a christian group, but a privately funded institution cannot violate the free speech rights of a Democrat group.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Friday, May 8, 2009
The most ludicrous example of this type of lunacy is a program being administered by the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (no, I am not making that up). This program provides cars to the poor, complete with car insurance, inspection, excise tax, title, registration, repairs and a AAA membership for one year. The DTA has been giving away about 65 cars per year since the program began in
Now if that isn't enough to peg out your outrage meter, the Boston Herald is reporting that Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is planning to funnel up to $400,000 in additional funds into the program.
House Minority Leader Brad Jones (R-North Reading) said of the program, “I just don’t see this as a core function of government.” Now, there's the understatement of the year.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Now that Comrade Obama has completed his first 100 days in office many have been pointing out how bumbling and error prone the 'Messiah-in Chief' has been so far. The New York Post piece entitled 100 Days, 100 Mistakes was especially brutal.
So what has George W. Bush been doing in his first 100 days since leaving office? Why, he has raised $100 million in 100 days for the Bush Library. Now wait just a minute. How is this possible? They said that 'W' was the worst President in a hundred years. They said he was the most unpopular President in modern history. So how is it possible for the worst President in 100 years to raise $100 million in 100 days for a library dedicated to the most unpopular President in modern history during worst economy since the 'Great Depression'?
The defiance of logic presented by this proposition is certainly not lost on the 'Huffers' over at the Huffington Post. Amid the nasty spew which typifies the 'Huffers', are a few expressions of utter disbelief. Here are a few of the comments which were posted in the first few hours;
"Why do I not believe this story? Sources close to Bush told Time they had raised $100MM. The lies continue unabated."
"I don't believe it. Where is the list of donors?"
"This is absolute fabrication. Where's the evidence, the list of donors? It would be a lot more believable, if the claim were that Bush has chosen to use $100 million of the billions "lost" during transfer to Iraq."
"I don't believe it. Those people lie about everything. They are trying to save face because W is such a loser."
"Republicans are very good at funneling money, moving and hiding money, what a joke! he raised the money."
Oh, those poor deluded "Huffers". They would not know reality if it sat in their lap and called them 'Mommy".