Monday, April 23, 2012

Op-ed:
An open letter to Newt Gingrich 
By: Diane Sori

Dear Newt (and I hope I can call you by your first name),

Boy am I mad...I’m mad at people who are supposed to be on OUR side...you know the side dedicated to removing the muzzie usurping traitor, Barack Hussein Obama, from office in November...that side. 

Newt, you know the side, the side whose people refuse to accept the fact that Mitt Romney WILL be the Republican candidate running against Obama this November.  The side that refuses to accept the fact that Santorum is gone, Ron Paul never had a chance and that you Newt, that you are now acting like a whining little baby...’waa, waa, I’m not winning so I’ll force a brokered convention.'  Sure Newt, go ahead and force a brokered convention and have OUR side waste time when we should be working on strategy to get Obama out...sure be the one who is causing dissension in the ranks because your message just didn’t resonate...yeah Newt, be the one who divides OUR side instead of helping to unite OUR side.  Be that one and see how far it gets you...it still won’t get you the nomination!

And your supporters, Newt, some are sounding as whacko as the Paulbots...and some are just out and out nasty and bigoted to boot.  Recently, Newt, sites have been springing up on Facebook supporting you no matter the outcome of the convention.  People on these sites have been using your good name to defame and dishonor the presumptive nominee and you know why Newt, are you ready for this...solely because he is a Mormon is why.  Shocking huh...because Mitt Romney is a Mormon these folks on these sites supporting you are calling for Republicans NOT to vote for Romney because, and I quote one Belinda D, “NO, we don’t vote for those that follow that cult that denies Jesus.”

Newt, these people would rather vote for a muzzie usurping traitor than a Mormon, and are expounding those words on sites in support of you!  Mormons deny Jesus...Mormons are children of the devil, Mormonism is second only to islam as the worst possible thing in the world...can you believe this crap some are posted on sites in support of you!  These very people who claim to so love God and Jesus’ teachings, these very people are the ones who are spreading hate, lies, bigotry, and defamation about a man just because he does NOT follow their beliefs and their beliefs alone.  Can you believe this Newt, I mean can you...these phony holy roller types are spreading hate and bigotry on sites in support of you.  Since when did so-called religious Conservatives become such hate mongers, when Newt, when.

And Newt, in case you’re wondering, this is more of this type of garbage being posted on sites in support of you.  For example, there's articles about Bryan Fischer, a vehemently openly anti-gay Republican, who is the director of issue analysis for the American Family Association, speaking negatively about Romney’s choice of Ric Grennell as his foreign policy spokesman.  Fischer pays no mind to the fact that Grennell has been a longtime spokesman for the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, he pays no mind to the fact that Grennell is known to the press as a loyal appointee to a series of ambassadors including John Bolton (to whom he has a close friendship with), he pays no mind to the fact that Grennell was appointed for his qualifications as the best person for the job...never mind all that because, OMG do I dare say it...Bryan Fischer only cares that Ric Grennell is gay!

Come on Newt, in this day and age even you have to admit that this is going too damn far, and on sites in die-hard support of you. I’d safely bet you personally know, and even like, some wonderful gay people that are just as qualified as anyone else to do certain jobs.  I know that I personally don’t care what someone does in the privacy of their bedroom as long as it’s NOT forced down my or anyone else’s throat, and I thought you always felt the same way.  So even you must admit that this is now carrying things a bit too far...condemning ROMNEY for hiring a more than qualified man just because that man happens to be gay.

Anti-gay and anti-Mormon rhetoric all over sites in die hard support of you...so Newt, don’t you think it’s high time to give it up and help UNITE our party behind the man who WILL be the nominee...don’t you think it’s time to issue some sort of statement calling these bigots off even though I know you have NOTHING personally to do with any of this...isn’t it time you become a UNITER instead of a divider...I sure think it’s time, in fact, it’s way past time!

Thank you, Newt, for taking the time to peruse what I wrote (wink, wink), and I hope and pray that you can convince your die hard supporters that this kind of nonsense must stop for the good of our country, because I know that you know we cannot survive another four years of the muzzie usurping traitor.

Sincerely,
Diane Sori

PS. Maybe if you make nice-nice to Mitt you’ll get a position in his administration, after all you are a brilliant man and a true red, white and blue patriotic American.

Make Me the Sec. of Common Sense  

By: Craig Andresen /http://www.thenationalpatriot.com

Honestly, I believe the problem with a list of 20 things our government is wasting YOUR money doing is narrowing it to 20. Suffice it to say the actual number could well reach into the thousands and the totals into the billions each and every year.

The real question is, why? WHY do our members of Congress continue to allocate YOUR money to such “projects” and WHY can they not see the folly in doing so?

At a time when we MUST reduce the size of government, I would suggest adding 1 cabinet level position.
Make ME the Secretary of Common Sense.

My salary would be performance based and my word would be the final word. This would be a lifetime appointment and I would be required to issue a written reason for my decisions.

The list below was compiled when we were not yet 14 trillion dollars in debt, my salary for the list below would have been, $22,317,596.50 and my written statements for each item, reflecting my reasoning, appear in blue.

I would make my report public on the first of every month in a press conference.

Here we go…
#1 A total of $3 million has been granted to researchers at the University of California at Irvine so that they can play video games such as “World of Warcraft.”  The goal of this “video game research” is reportedly to study how “emerging forms of communication, including multiplayer computer games and online virtual worlds such as “World of Warcraft” and “Second Life” can help organizations collaborate and compete more effectively in the global marketplace.”

Denied. If we are going to spend money on television ads encouraging people to go outside and play, we are NOT going to spend millions more allowing a bunch of higher education elites set a bad example just because medical marijuana is legal in the Republic of Kalifornia.

#2 The U.S. Department of Agriculture gave the University of New Hampshire $700,000 this year to study methane gas emissions from dairy cows.

Denied. Cow farts stink…Study complete…There are a darn good many things which government has no business sticking their noses into and this, by God, is one of them…You’re welcome.

#3 $615,000 was given to the University of California at Santa Cruz to digitize photos, T-shirts and concert tickets belonging to the Grateful Dead.

Denied. Duuuuude…That’s way too much scratch to pay some guy who is occupying his parents basement, sitting in a windowless room, wearing nothing but tie dyed underwear and digitizing such an auspicious collection would like, totally wreck its intrinsic value.

#4 A professor at Stanford University received $239,100 to study how Americans use the Internet to find love.  So far one of the key findings of this “research” is that the Internet is a safer and more discreet way to find same-sex partners.

Denied. Larry Craig’s “foot signals in the men’s room” research has already proven this theory and I see no reason to pay him any more of the people’s money.

#5 The National Science Foundation spent $216,000 to study whether or not politicians “gain or lose support by taking ambiguous positions.”

Denied. Maybe I see validity in this and…Maybe I don’t, but I am unsure that allocating taxpayer money to this effort at this time is wise. Maybe in the future…maybe not…

#6 The National Institutes of Health spent approximately $442,340 to study the behavior of male prostitutes in Vietnam.

Denied. I’m not clear on the amount we spent studying FEMALE hookers in COLUMBIA last week, but I DO know it’s not going to end well. 

 
 #7 Approximately $1 million of U.S. taxpayer money was used to create poetry for the Little Rock, New Orleans, Milwaukee and Chicago zoos.  The goal of the “poetry” is to help raise awareness on environmental issues.

Denied. There once was a man named Gore
               Whose speeches were really a bore
               He was clearly lying
               To say Polar Bears were dying
               Unless taxpayers agreed to pay more.

#8 The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs spent $175 million during 2010 to maintain hundreds of buildings that it does not even use.  This includes a pink, octagonal monkey house in the city of Dayton, Ohio.

Denied. I’d like to know what  somebody in a PENTAGONAL monkey house in Virginia was smoking when they decided THIS was a good idea.

#9 $1.8 million of U.S. taxpayer dollars went for a “museum of neon signs” in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Denied. Really? A “Museum of Neon Signs” in VEGAS??? Turn on the neon “CLOSED” sign and let people walk up and down the strip on their own dime. This would be NO different than erecting a “Museum of the Absurdly Dressed” in the parking lot of a WALMART and no…we won’t be doing THAT either.
 

#10 $35 million was reportedly paid out by Medicare to 118 “phantom” medical clinics that never even existed.  Apparently these “phantom” medical clinics were established by a network of criminal gangs as a way to defraud the U.S. government.

Denied. It’s bad enough that we’re paying for illegal aliens. We CERTAINLY don’t need to offer medical assistance to phantoms. 

#11 The Conservation Commission of Monkton, Vermont, got $150,000 from the federal government to construct a “critter crossing.”  Thanks to U.S. government money, the lives of “thousands” of migrating salamanders are now being saved.

Denied. God invented car washes for a reason. Trying to legislate salamanders into crossing at the designated spot is silly. Regardless of how much money you throw at the issue, this stands as much a chance of success as requiring bugs to fly above the height of the average windshield.


#12 In California, one park received $440,000 in federal funds to perform “green energy upgrades” on a building that has not been used for a decade.

Denied. As there is nobody present to turn them on, there is no need to retrofit the building with $50 light bulbs. If someone would suggest a plan to revamp old foreclosed on green energy buildings into something that actually MAKES money…well…


#13 $440,955 was spent this past year on an office for former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert that he rarely even visits.

Denied. As Hastert is busy trying to digitize Grateful Dead crap from his parents basement and we denied his allocation on that, there is no reason to buy him a Pentagon issued scanner for his “office.”

#14 One Tennessee library was given $5,000 in federal funds to host a series of video game parties.

Denied. Let them bring their own Doritos.

#15 The U.S. Census Bureau spent $2.5 million on a television commercial during the Super Bowl that was so poorly produced that virtually nobody understood what is was trying to say.


Denied. Unless the government intends to use Victoria’s Secret models as census takers, they have no business whatsoever advertising on the Super Bowl.

#16 A professor at Dartmouth University received $137,530 to create a “recession-themed” video game entitled “Layoff.”

Denied. Any “professor” stupid enough to come up with this deserves to LIVE it…Not PLAY it.

#17 The National Science Foundation gave the Minnesota Zoo over $600,000 so that they could develop an online video game called “Wolfquest.”

Denied. The video game did not employ poetry.

#18 A pizzeria in Iowa was given $60,000 to renovate the pizzeria’s facade and give it a more “inviting feel.”

Denied. This is clear discrimination against blind people.

#19 The U.S. Department of Agriculture gave one enterprising group of farmers $30,000 to develop a tourist-friendly database of farms that host guests for overnight “haycations.”  This one sounds like something that Dwight Schrute would have dreamed up.

Denied. As the database fails to include galleries of the farmers’ daughters…it is of little use to traveling salesmen.

#20 Almost unbelievably, the National Institutes of Health was given $800,000 in “stimulus funds” to study the impact of a “genital-washing program” on men in South Africa.

Denied. Good grief…The “IMPACT” of washing their genitals is that after doing so…they have clean balls. The other problem here is clear…this will become a money pit as the more vigorously they attend to the study…the more soap it will require as the SIZE of the AREA of study is apt to increase. What starts out as 800k will grow to staggering proportions.

My salary is based on keeping only 10% of the taxpayer’s money saved and I will be donating about half of that BACK to the government in paid taxes.

While you may well think my salary excessive, the goal is to render my salary $0.00 by VOTING OUT THE MORONS WHO MAKE MY POSITION AS THE SECRETARY OF COMMON SENSE…UNNECESSARY!!!

I am BEGGING you to send a link to this article to every single Member of Congress as well as post it to your Facebook wall and tweet it to all your followers!!!

 


ELENA KAGAN'S $20 MILLION COMMITMENT
TO DESTROYING THE REPUBLIC
 

Alan M. Gottlieb / Chairman, AmeriPAC

What would you say if you learned that a member of the highest court in the land has spent the last 30 years openly advocating for the destruction of the US Constitution and even went so far as to accept $20 million from Shariah Law proponents to accomplish her goal?

That Supreme Court Justice is Elena Kagan.

The year after Ronald Reagan entered the Oval Office with the goal of restoring America to greatness; Elena Kagan penned a telling and disturbing senior thesis titled "To the Final Conflict: Socialism in New York City, 1900-1933." In that body of work, Kagan lamented that "a coherent socialist movement is nowhere to be found in the United States"; and that," no "radical party" had yet "attained the status of a major political force." Kagan went on to sound a rally cry for "those who, more than half a century after socialism's decline, still wish to change America."

Apparently, this was no mere college dalliance, as Elena Kagan has spent the rest of her career working to remove the underpinnings of freedom and destroy the American Constitution from within. And Kagan's grand plan has worked very well indeed.

After graduate school Kagan went on to become Dean of Harvard Law, where she removed Constitutional Law classes from the curriculum, and replaced those necessary and time honored classes with required studies of international law. And in what appears to be a game of using a mutual enemy's resources to accomplish ones' true objective, Kagan also accepted a $20 million grant from Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal - a noted Shariah Law proponent - to implement an "Islamic Studies" program.

Lest we think Kagan's intentions are ancient history, take a look at her line of questioning when hearing the ObamaCare case last week. Rather than question the thinly veiled socialist Trojan horse as an affront to our Constitution, Kagan almost seemed willing to defend ObamaCare and salvage the master plan to fundamentally change America into a new Euro-socialist model.

By definition, our Supreme Court is charged with upholding, defending and preserving the United States Constitution. The Judges on the Supreme Court are meant to protect our freedom, not destroy it. To do otherwise is nothing short of treason.

"Oran's Dictionary of the Law (1983) defines treason as an attempt to 'overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the [parent nation].'"
Destruction of the Constitution is an attempt to overthrow and seriously injure America. Elena Kagan's lifetime of actions lay bare a clear intention to subvert our Constitution and its founding principles, thereby rendering her UNFIT FOR DUTY as a Supreme Court Justice.

ObamaCare is not the end of the line. The Supreme Court will continue to weigh the Constitutionality of numerous cases. The fact is that Elena Kagan is an activist judge with hatred toward the very document she is sworn to protect. As such, Elena Kagan must immediately be removed from the bench if our Constitution and America is to survive.






If Arpaio's right, where's
'The REAL Birth Certificate'?
Billboard campaign ramps up after sheriff's
investigation of Obama document

WND 


A billboard campaign that was launched shortly after Barack Obama occupied the Oval Office brought the question about his eligibility to millions, and now that Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's investigation has found probable cause that the document released by the White House is a fake, the question, "Where's the REAL Birth Certificate?" suddenly takes on new meaning.

The newest billboard in the campaign launched in 2008 by WND Founder and CEO Joseph Farah is in Albany, N.Y.

It can be found on Interstate 90 facing east, just a quarter-mile west of 787.

The newest details on the birth certificate image that Obama released amid much fanfare and a White House news conference last year continue to unfold. Arpaio set up a special Cold Case Posse and assigned its professional investigators to review the Obama evidence.

Lead investigator Mike Zullo, who told WND he started out with the intention of affirming Obama's document and clearing the president of suspicion, said the evidence simply doesn't support that goal.

Would you like to see these billboards all over the U.S.? Then support WND's national billboard truth campaign.

He said that there is probable cause that there was forgery in the preparation of Obama's birth certificate image released by the White House and probable cause that there was fraud in its presentation to America as a genuine document.

Further, there are suspicions that Obama's Selective Service registration form also was "created" fraudulently, which Obama critics explain is a major issue, as a man cannot be president after having failed to properly register with the Selective Service system.



Original versions of the sign – which millions of travelers have seen alongside roads in dozens of states – asked "Where's the Birth Certificate?" The word "REAL" was added after the White House released the image that Arpaio's investigation has determined is unreliable.

"There are so many questions about the document Barack Obama released," Farah has explained. "They run the gamut from layering found in what he claims is his long-form birth certificate to the fact that it doesn't reflect an adoption by his stepfather that Obama himself asserts actually took place."

Some critics contend he was not born in the United States, and thus would not be a "natural born citizen" as the Constitution requires of presidents. They allege that the document Obama released last year is a fabrication.

Others contend that the Founders would have understood a "natural born citizen" to be the offspring of two citizens of the nation, and since Obama's father was a visiting student from Kenya, he wouldn't qualify under any circumstances.

Dozens of lawsuits over the issue have been rejected by judges. A new round of cases now is challenging Obama's name on the 2012 presidential election ballot for failing to submit to state requirements to document his eligibility.

And Arpaio's investigation is continuing to expand.

After the early billboards had caught the nation's attention, half or more of the respondents in several polls said they no longer believed Obama's story about his eligibility, and just about that many wanted Congress to investigate.

Farah explains that there are reasonable questions that need to be answered.

"We're talking about dozens and dozens of problems with a document no one else in the media or the Washington political establishment dares to question," he said.

"That's why this campaign, going over the heads of the media, is so vitally necessary. It worked once before. It will work again," he said.

Another recent billboard went up in Anniston, Ala., at 5500 McClellan Boulevard near the TSC Tractor Supply.



The message also recently was posted near Nashville:



Evidence regarding Obama's eligibility was introduced in a court hearing for the first time earlier this year in Georgia, but an administrative law judge dismissed the evidence and ruled in favor of Obama, who refused to participate in the hearing or present evidence.

The ruling is being appealed.

The nationwide campaign also has included a banner with the same question in the skies over Texas for National Football League fans heading into a game between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants:


It was not the first time the question surrounding Obama's constitutional eligibility for office had hit the friendly skies.

At the September CNN-Tea Party GOP debate in Tampa, Fla., the question was displayed on a flying billboard.

A U.S. Supreme Court decision from 1875 appears to support the argument that a "natural born citizen" is the offspring of two citizen parents.

The image that Obama released: