Saturday, July 28, 2012

In honor of the Israeli 11.



An open invitation...
Our next Davie/Cooper City Republican Club meeting will be on August 9th and as Communications Chair of the club I am proud to announce that our special guest speaker will be TOM TRENTO from The United West!

Tom is one of our country's leading critics of islam, sharia law, and Barack Hussein Obama. Tom will be doing a special presentation as we head into the primary and the convention.

Please join us on August 9th at 6:30 for a Meet and Great, and then at 7pm for the presentation. I can guarantee you that Tom will knock your socks off! And feel free to bring guests as you do NOT have to be a club member to hear this extra special presentation.

As usual we meet at the Bamford Community Center in Davie, Florida. Here is the link to the address and a directions map: http://www.rubinoff.us/daviegop/?page_id=80
Obama Promised Not to Raise Taxes on Middle Class; He Lied
By: Peter Ferrara / Townhall.com

Obama Promised Not to Raise Taxes on Middle Class; He Lied

'You didn't build that': Anti-colonialist rage?

'Americans stole it, he has every right to use power of state to confiscate it back'



Dinesh D’Souza, a former policy adviser to President Reagan and the director of a controversial new film about Barack Obama’s past, told WND he believes the roots of the current president’s infamous “you didn’t build that” speech go back to Kenya and the anti-colonialism seeded in his worldview.

At the beginning of his new film “2016 Obama’s America,” D’Souza states, “We are all shaped by our pasts, and we carry elements of the past into our future. But we have to be careful, because nothing can threaten the future quite as much as the debts of the past.”

And after the Washington, D.C., screening of the film, D’Souza told WND he believes Obama’s anti-colonialist past was the driving force behind telling a crowd at Roanoke, Va., on July 13, “If you’ve got a business – you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”

In brief, D’Souza explained European colonialism as fundamentally about occupation, rule, conquest and acquiring wealth; whereas anti-colonialism is fundamentally about redistributing the wealth of the world “so that it is enjoyed equitably by everyone in the world.”

D’Souza told WND, “Anti-colonialism’s core idea is that the wealth America has now is not earned wealth, but stolen wealth. And I believe that is a very influential idea with Obama and his recent comment that business owners didn’t earn their success, they used the public school system and public roads. That is the intellectual equivalent of me saying to Obama, ‘You didn’t really win the election. You, after all, drove on the public roads to your rallies, so you don’t deserve to be president.’

“The reason Obama makes such arguments – bogus though they are – is because he’s trying to say ‘If you didn’t earn it, I have the right to take it,’” D’Souza said. “And that is an idea rooted in anti-colonialism that the rich people and rich countries don’t deserve what they have. They didn’t earn it, they stole it and he has every right to use the power of the state to confiscate it back.”

D’Souza’s unique take that Obama is an anti-colonialist stems from personal experience. After all, D’Souza emigrated from India, where his father and grandfather were anti-colonialists.

As WND reported, D’Souza moved to the United States to attend Dartmouth College and today is president of The King’s College in New York City. In “2016 Obama’s America,” he humorously explains his rise to working in the Reagan White House, becoming a bestselling author and debating against the likes of Jesse Jackson.

In the film, D’Souza takes his audience to Kenya, Hawaii, Indonesia and elsewhere to interview those who know Barack Obama or his mother and father figures. He also interviews Paul Kengor, biographer of Obama’s primary influence, Communist Frank Marshall Davis.

In Kenya, D’Souza tried to interview the president’s step-grandmother Sarah Obama. But once the family found out he had interviewed Barack’s half-brother, George Obama, they refused to talk. They also banned him from the family homestead.

As D’Souza said, George is “the black sheep of the family” because wrote a book expressing conservative ideals and disputing anti-colonialism. Moreover, George is poor but insists on earning his own living.

D’Souza also interviewed psychologist Dr. Paul Vitz about the father figures in Obama’s life. He interviewed experts on the impending crisis of our mounting national debt and examines Obama’s military/defense agenda.

And while most regular WND readers know much about Obama’s murky past, this film is likely to stun the scores Americans who haven’t looked into their president’s formative years.

“I think this is a film that, whatever your politics, you’re going to leave the theater saying, ‘I know a lot more about Obama than I did 90 minutes ago,’” said D’Souza. “And I think that makes the film a contribution to the debate.”

After the Washington screening of “2016 Obama’s America,” one journalist told WND, “It scared the h— out of me!”

When D’Souza was told about the reaction, he replied, “Well, I think what makes the film shocking is that much of the material was unreported by mainstream media, even though the information was not that hard for me to collect. For example, when I was down in Kenya, talking to people related to Obama and those who knew Barack Sr., I asked, ‘Who has interviewed you so far?’ And they said, ‘Nobody. Nobody’s interviewed us.’ And I was shocked. So I kind of felt like I had large areas of territory, and I think that’s why people come out of theaters saying, ‘How come I didn’t know all this?

“I wanted a film that wasn’t like a TV documentary, but was like a real movie and appealed to people both on the intellectual level and the emotional level,” D’Souza explained. “I wanted to make a film by which people could understand Obama, and by that I mean even to empathize with Obama – understand how he became the man that he is above the give and take of political squabbling. I think it’s an interesting film on a human level. The Obama story to me is a riveting story, quite apart from politics.”

The trailer for “2016 Obama’s America” can be seen below:
http://www.wnd.com/2012/07/you-didnt-build-that-anti-colonialist-rage/

“2016 Obama’s America” is currently showing in producer Gerald Molen’s home state of Montana and Houston-area theaters. Doug Sain, another producer, said distribution will expand to 300 theaters by Aug. 10 and 500 theaters by Aug. 17. Click here to see the growing list of theaters showing the film.
Op-ed:
Hey Obama...the economy still stinks
By: Diane Sori

 
Politics and the economy go hand in hand. Always have and always will.  And with the second quarter GDP (Gross Domestic Product) coming in at a miserly 1.5% growth, which is even less than the first quarter 2.0% growth, it simply means that the American economy is not growing fast enough to create the needed number of new jobs to put Americans back to work.
 
So the bottom line is that the weak 1.5% growth coupled with the newest inflation numbers for June being -0.15% (which is another deflationary month on top of May's -0.12%.), in no way is strong enough to bring down the 8.2% unemployment rate.  These numbers directly affect the political scene as they bode very poorly for Barack Hussein Obama and his re-election bid.  Little job creation and a rise in the inflation rate means our economy is for all intents and purposes...stalled.  

While this is surely bad news for Obama and good news for Mitt Romney, these numbers are nothing to be happy about as it shows that Americans are still hurting and hurting bad.

Consumer spending is way down, as people are saving what little extra money they have instead of spending it, and spending is what stimulates the economy.  American consumers just won’t spend because they’re uncertain and fearful about the direction our country is going in, and rightly so.  And with Obama’s economic policies, like his stimulus bill and bailouts, proving to be total failures that leaves people to wonder what their future will be if, God forbid, Obama is re-elected or worse yet, usurps again.

And then in the middle of all this bad news, the Senate in their misguided wisdom, as if wisdom has ever been evident with this Senate, allowed the Bush Tax Cuts for those making over a million dollars a year to expire. Point blank...this Senate just cut tax breaks for the very people who create the jobs and the businesses we Americans so desperately need.

Yet even all this bad economic news, and the fact that the Senate has screwed ‘We the People’ yet again, does NOT seem to faze Obama at all.  Formed in his mind then spewed out his mouth, Obama still bloviates that the economy will grow 2.6% by the end of this year choosing to totally ignoring the latest bad news about the GDP.  He just doesn’t understand or refuses to understand the numbers needed to get to the 2.6% figure.  For that to be achieved the economy would have to grow at a pace of 3% or more for the remainder of this year, and that just is NOT going to happen.

And here’s a real kicker that Obama just doesn’t get...with such dismal job numbers and our economic growth basically at a standstill we could very well be headed into another recession.  And no amount of federal, state, or local cuts to government spending will help stop it.

So, with all this bad economic news and more coming down the road I cannot understand for the life of me how roughly 44% of the American people can still support Barack Hussein Obama and worse yet, say he is doing a good job.

But wait...silly me, how could I forget that roughly 47% of Americans pay NO taxes and most of those are the recipients of Obama’s handouts and freebies, so that explains it in no uncertain terms.  After all, no one will bite, or in this case not vote for, the hand that feeds them.