Do we really want to give exclusive control of our health care over to the federal government? Perhaps we should? "Cash for Clunkers" has gone so incredibly well! It's a wonderful example of just how efficient our (massive) federal government is.
I know, I know... It won't happen with Obamacare. How could something that makes you feel so good actually be the wrong thing to do?
No matter what all the self-righteous assholes at LGF say, this picture is NOT FUCKING RACIST! It is completely legitimate political commentary. President Obama is black. Get over it already!
If all you see is racism when you look at this statement on Obamacare, get off the Soma and take a walk around Malpais -- you might shock yourself.
How has the Obama administration ended up on the same side as Chavez and Castro in the Honduras "crisis"? It's embarrassing! Perhaps this gives us an insight into this administration's commitment to the rule of law.
And now we have this story: results of Zelaya's illegal referendum found. You know... the one that never happened.
One would think this would get some attention, but no. As an example, we get this on the front page of Google News when searching the term "honduras".
That's right -- attack the US instead.
President Obama said this on Friday:
We are excited to see what appears to be a robust debate taking place in Iran. Whoever ends up winning the election in Iran, the fact there has been a robust debate hopefully will advance our ability to engage them in new ways.
What is he talking about? He's more and more like Neville Chamberlain every day.
Vice President Biden at least spoke some truth on 'Meet the Press' this Sunday:
"It sure looks like the way they're suppressing speech, the way they're suppressing crowds, the way in which people are being treated, that there's some real doubt," he told NBC's "Meet the Press" when asked if Ahmadinejad had won the vote.
I wonder if America will survive the next couple of years. Even if she does survive, I doubt she will look anything like she does today.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder released the following statement today.
"The President's pledge for a new beginning between the United States and the Muslim community takes root here in the Justice Department where we are committed to using criminal and civil rights laws to protect Muslim Americans. A top priority of this Justice Department is a return to robust civil rights enforcement and outreach in defending religious freedoms and other fundamental rights of all of our fellow citizens in the workplace, in the housing market, in our schools and in the voting booth.
"There are those who will continue to want to divide by fear - to pit our national security against our civil liberties - but that is a false choice. We have a solemn responsibility to protect our people while we also protect our principles."
These people really scare the crap out of me. What world do they live in? They have a horribly BAD case of BDS.
If you read LGF regularly, you know Charles Johnson is a relatively conservative guy that from time to time shoves his significantly large head right up his ass. Lately though (since around Obama's coronation), it appears that Charles is completely loosing his mind.
Check him and his comments on the following topics.
This may be the dumbest thing I've ever heard of. Vote Earth? WTF?
The USMC has decided to appeal Col Folsom's ruling. Apparently, they've not yet spent enough of our damn money persecuting an innocent man. I guess they'll get to use their damn million dollar "media center" a bit more.
If you're comfortable with doing so, please write your Congressman or Senator. This has to stop!
This story [myfoxla.com] points to the heart of the illegal alien problem in America. Time and again we see illegals committing crimes after they've been released from jail or prison, but not deported. In this instance, Jamiel Shaw was gunned down by a piece of illegal alien human excrement. Pedro Espinoza was just released -- the day before he killed Shaw -- from the county jail. The question of the day is of course -- why the hell wasn't he deported?
Shaw's parents spoke to the city council yesterday. I can't imagine what they're going through. I hope they can get some traction with the city council for their proposed Jamiel's Law [sfgate.com].
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