Saturday, April 18, 2009

Tea Parties and What America Did Not See

Tea Parties were held across the nation last Wednesday. That was unfortunate, in my opinion, because April 15th is the day our taxes are due to federal and state revenue agencies; that placed an undue emphasis on the actual tax collection rather than the redistribution of those tax monies to persons and business entities that don't deserve them.

In Chicago, a CNN reporter, Susan Roesgen, got into it with protesters. She attempted to bully and intimidate the interviewees resulting in the outing of Ms. Roesgen as a biased mouthpiece for the usurpatory Obama administration. The clip was aired on CNN and by now most everyone has seen it. If not, too late; CNN has pulled the clip from a heavily viewed YouTube account over copyright claims, although the clip remains at many less traveled YT accounts.

However, Founding Bloggers was on scene with their own video equipment and the videoed the aftermath. In this video, FB includes the original CNN clip as prologue to their own material avoiding any copyright claim.
The comments provide some of the best reporting of the Chicago event. The first among many to post a comment was Lauren who is in the video. She wrote,

Lauren on April 16, 2009 1:59 am
I’m the girl in the red fleece and the brown pants. “You’re trying to tell them it means we’re bad people!”

This woman is nuts. Reporter: “We looked at every sign that was in our field of view.” BS. That was in CNN’s field of view on the damn TV, so it’s bs that she did not see it.

And when she said, “I didn’t say this was about Republicans or Democrats.” She was SO FULL OF IT! She brings up the right-wing, conservative Fox News endorsements, not to mention the Obama Bashers, and she expects us to believe she didn’t want to make it about Rs or Ds??
Another woman, Kathy Barkulis, took CNN Roesgen to task and is featured in the FB footage. She writes for the blog Smart Girl Politics. In a piece written Friday, Why I Confronted That CNN Reporter at the Chicago Tea Party, Ms. Barkulis declares the media to be "cheap, vulgar shills" for the Obama organization. She writes,

I am the woman scolding the reporter in the video for her ridiculous confrontation with the protesters, and her biased reporting. Something that all of us conservatives must remember is that the left-wing media will do whatever it takes to marginalize us, degrade us, and disenfranchise us. Although I didn't know that a blogger was videotaping the whole thing, I am glad that he did. I'm also glad that this video has gained so much exposure on Fox and the internet. All of us conservatives must continue to educate ourselves on the media lies and distortions, and we MUST stay informed on what the government is doing to us... I routinely remind liberals that the Obama administration isn't just doing what Bush did, he's quadrupling what Bush did! I didn't agree with the debt we were piling up during the Bush years, but we were recovering from 9/11 and we were fighting two wars. Obama's spending is for entitlements, socialization of our country and economy, and he's falsely using the financial crisis to fundamentally change our country.

The mainstream media is helping Obama with this mission. Their corruption is astounding. That CNN reporter zeroed in on one guy who was holding up an offensive sign depicting Obama as Hitler, and she chose to interview him first. I personally believe that man was an ACORN plant, and it wouldn't surprise me if CNN knew that. My beef with her after she got done interviewing him and the gentleman with the baby, was that she was distorting what the majority of us were doing. She had an agenda that had to be confronted... On top of this, Anderson Cooper, Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow spent a week prior to the protests denigrating us by comparing us to a sexual act that they probably invented!
(snip)

... that CNN reporter represented something really vulgar and disgusting about the mainstream media in today's world. They are supposed to be the voice of the people...the watchdogs....the check on the government's over-reaching. They are not supposed to be the shill for the government they want. And that is what they have become. Cheap, vulgar shills.
Read it all.

Ms. Barkulis may be right when she says the guy with the Obama/Hitler sign may have been an ACORN plant (that would be an OAK, i.e., Obama Ass Kisser.)

Devil's Advocate was also an attendee of the Chicago TP scene. It was his very first protest as it was for most of the Conservative participants, which really shouldn't be surprising because Conservative are, well, conservative and are unaccustomed to the "look-at-me" politics associated with narcissistic Liberals. Mr. Advocate writes the Copious Dissent blog and vlogs on YouTube on How the World Works. In this 18 minute video post, Mr. Advocate videos the crowd and the signs.


In that entire 18 minutes, I did not see any Obama/Hitler signs nor the man holding the sign that drew the attention of CNN as emblematic of the obviously rightwing extremist crowd. I did briefly see blogger Kathy Barkulis as part of the crowd with the same people in the CNN footage, but no Obama/Hitler man.

Well, the Leftists, ACORN, and HufPo did say the were going to salt the crowd with their own spies (shills) to "record" the events hoping to capture a Republican and/or Conservative in the secret handshake act presumably with Beelzebub. There really is no reason to think they did not do just that. Nor is there any reason to believe they did not also manufacture the "news' they wanted.



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Monday, April 13, 2009

Obama Surrenders to Iran


The current White House resident, B. Hussein Obama, is seriously considering surrendering US security to Iran according to the New York Times.

The Obama administration and its European allies are preparing proposals that would shift strategy toward Iran by dropping a longstanding American insistence that Tehran rapidly shut down nuclear facilities during the early phases of negotiations over its atomic program, according to officials involved in the discussions.

The proposals, exchanged in confidential strategy sessions with European allies, would press Tehran to open up its nuclear program gradually to wide-ranging inspection. But the proposals would also allow Iran to continue enriching uranium for some period during the talks, a sharp break in the approach taken by the Bush administration, which had demanded that Iran halt its enrichment activities.
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If the United States and its allies allow Iran to continue enriching uranium for a number of months, or longer, the approach is bound to meet objections, from both conservatives in the United States and from the new Israeli government led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Netanyahu has already said that if Obama does not stop Iran's nuclear program, Israel will.

Mohamed El Baradei, director general of the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency, said,

Mr. Obama has little choice but to accept the reality that Iran has "built 5,500 centrifuges," nearly enough to make two weapons’ worth of uranium each year.
"Okie-dokie" should not form the basis of US foreign policy. An ass-backwards faith based policy upon which we hang all our faith on the altruism of Iran doesn't do it for me either.






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Sunday, April 12, 2009

US Navy Rescues Pirated Captain - Three Dead Pirates

Captain Richard Phillips is free. He was freed this morning at 7:19PM from the four Somali pirates who had taken him hostage from the cargo ship Maersk Alabama off the East African coast.

A US Naval SEAL team rescued Philips in a quick firefight when they had "sight contact" with Philips after the pirates opened a lifeboat hatch. Three pirates are dead, dead, and dead while the fourth was wounded and is now in US custody. The Navy says it's now a legal matter. The pirate could be tried in US courts.


Associated Press Writers Elizabeth A. Kennedy And Lara Jakes, Associated Press Writers – 19 mins ago

MOMBASA, Kenya – An American ship captain was freed unharmed Sunday in a swift firefight that killed three of the four Somali pirates who had been holding him for days in a lifeboat off the coast of Africa, U.S. officials said.

Capt. Richard Phillips' crew, who said they escaped after he offered himself to the pirates as a hostage, erupted in cheers abroad their ship docked in Mombasa, Kenya, waving an American flag and firing a flare in celebration.

The U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet said Phillips was resting comfortably on a U.S. warship after receiving a medical exam.

The Navy said Phillips was freed at 7:19 p.m. local time. He was taken aboard the Norfolk, Virginia-based USS Bainbridge and then flown to the San Diego-based USS Boxer for the medial exam, 5th Fleet spokesman Lt. Nathan Christensen said.

Christensen said Phillips was now "resting comfortably." The USS Boxer was in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Somalia, Christensen said.

The U.S. did not say if Phillips, 53, of Underhill, Vermont, was receiving medical care because he had been injured or if he was being treated for exposure after his ordeal.

U.S. officials said a pirate who had been involved in negotiations to free Phillips but who was not on the lifeboat during the rescue was in military custody. FBI spokesman John Miller said that would change as the situation became "more of a criminal issue than a military issue."

Justice Department spokesman Dean Boyd said prosecutors were looking at "evidence and other issues" to determine whether to bring a case in the United States.


While the current White House resident was busy gutting the military budget to pay for his pizza order and the first 'hoes false eyelashes, the United States Navy was protecting and saving the life of a single American citizen as though he were the entire nation.

It is indeed a Happy Easter thanks to the men and women of the United States Navy.





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