Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Military Coup Against President Obama

Who would have guessed that a President could destroy a country so effectively in only 10 months? Yes, it's finally been said....a military coup to remove President Obama is possible.
Imagine a bloodless coup to restore and defend the Constitution through an interim administration that would do the serious business of governing and defending the nation. Skilled, military-trained, nation-builders would replace accountability-challenged, radical-left commissars.
So says "prize winning journalist" John L. Perry on Newsmax.

Sure, we "radicals" advocated getting rid of Bush and Cheney. But we advocated using a constitutional process called impeachment. Moreover, we had actual reasons we felt they should be impeached. Perry has so little respect for our constitution that he comes close to advocating treason.

It says alot about our Constitution and the first amendment, that a slimeball like Perry is allowed to make a living in the USA.

UPDATE: Looks like someone at Newsmax had second thoughts about Perry's column. It's been pulled from the webpage, but you can go here to read it. Maybe they read the Smith Act.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Doug Hoffman for Congress

This is the direction of the Republican Party. There is no room for a moderate candidate anymore. You cannot move far enough to the right these days to gain support from conservatives. So just what does Doug Hoffman stand for? I've read his "scorecard" on the three candidates on his website.

First and foremost - Doug has no soft spot in his heart for gays. Anti-gay seems to be the bedrock of his campaign.

Next, Doug opposes "Obamacare" whatever that is. As a good conservative, Doug obviously believes in personal responsibility. Buy your own damn health insurance - if you can.

As a good conservative, Dough believes deficits are wrong. What we've been waiting for however, is for Doug to tell us exactly what he would cut to lower deficits. Doug obviously didn't believe Dick Cheney when Cheney remarked "deficits don't matter, Reagan proved that".

Doug is a "strong supporter of the war against terrorism". So just exactly where does he stand on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? Are not those wars responsible for huge increases in the Federal deficit?

Doug "supports the second amendment". Hopefully he supports the other amendments just as strongly.

Doug recently gained approval from the "Club for Growth" an organization that helped spread the recent "death panel" lies.

Doug was controller for the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. After the Olympics were over, Lake Placid was six million dollars in debt and they went looking for a government bailout. Doug is opposed to government bailouts except......

Doug blames President Jimmy Carter for the 80 Olympics problem but fails to mention the bus transportation disaster.

Next, you need to ask about Doug's so-called support for Republican Dede Scozzafava. Did he promise to support her or did he not. The answer is that of a "politician" and here.

Doug also has the endorsement of Sen. Fred Thompson, a person noted for running one of the worst presidential campaigns in history.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

First They Came for ACORN

Interesting opinion piece by Jacques Servin and Igor Vamos in todays Washington Post.
We are the Yes Men, two guys who dress up as powerful businessmen, propose horrible things to audiences of actual powerful businesspeople and film them cheerfully applauding our most outrageous -- and often illegal -- ideas.
They've pulled some pretty funny scams on businessmen.

It was particularly interesting to visit the SurvivaBall website to see what that was all about. You do yourself a great diservice if you do not visit the SurvivaBall website. Be sure you exam the technical specifications and usage guide.

Below, they pose as DOW Chemical reps at a bankers conference.

ACORN may be the first to fall using these techniques, but it appears likely that these "sting" techniques could lead to government defunding of many large businesses - or maybe not. Large businesses donate large sums of money to Congress.