Friday, January 29, 2010

Yeah, it's us conservatives that are racist's....

President Obama's First Year: Keeping Faith in the White House - ABC News

Holy BlackBerry! Obama Finds Ways to Keep the Faith During First Year in Office
Has the First Family's D.C. Church Search Come to a Close?
Jan. 29, 2010

This is rich...

The first family, once regular churchgoers, have publicly attended services in Washington just three times in the past year, by ABC News' count, even bypassing the pews on Christmas Day.

"Barack Obama is a Christian. He's always been clear and unapologetic about that, and he's comfortable with his own faith," Rev. Jim Wallis, an Obama friend and spiritual adviser...

"My Faith and Neighborhood Initiatives director, Joshua DuBois, he has a devotional that he sends to me on my BlackBerry every day," Obama said. "That's how I start my morning. You know, he's got a passage, Scripture, in some cases quotes from other faiths to reflect on."

Why do we even listen anymore...?

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Saturday, January 16, 2010

More Big Government....

FCC Overreach
Posted 01/15/2010

Regulation: The Federal Communications Commission's urge to put a government collar on the Web is a prime example of tone-deafness. Is anyone inside the Beltway aware of China's meddling with Google?

Government officials won't admit that their urge to issue orders to ISPs is a power grab. Rather, they frame the issue as a matter of consumer protection.

"I am absolutely certain that consumers expect protection against gatekeeper control," said Commissioner Michael Copps, a Democrat. "That's why we need to move forward with whatever tools we have at our disposal to ensure an open Internet."

Does Copps not understand that the Web would no longer be open once government steps in? A third party of lawmakers and bureaucrats will be an occupying force. Policies will be made in the halls of government and they will be based on politics, hardly an advancement for such a key resource as the Internet. To say the FCC will "open" the Web by violating ISPs' right to determine how their property is used is to pervert the language.

Here they come...

Healthcare, cap & tax, card-check, and internet power grab...

When will we fight back...?

How far will we let them push us...?

When will we say, that's too far...?

Sunday, January 10, 2010

The Real Reason for the MSM Implosion...

Violating the ‘Rosenthal Rule’: When Reporters Sleep With Their Sources

Posted by Ben Shapiro Jan 9th 2010

Hypocrisy in action...

Reid to Obama: Sorry for 'no Negro dialect' remark

Imagine the firestorm of controversy if it had been Sarah Palin (or any conservative Republican) who had uttered these words. It turns out, it is liberal dems who view the world in black and white, rich and poor, haves and have not’s. Conservatives understand that a rising tide raises all boats. It's a shame no one from the liberal "state run" fringe media will cover this....<br>
Reid to Obama: Sorry for 'no Negro dialect' remark

Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid apologized on Saturday for saying Barack Obama should seek—and could win—the White House because Obama was a "light skinned" African-American "with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one."

Obama in '02: 'The Republican Party itself has to drive out Trent Lott'
5:28 PM, Jan 9, 2010 · BY John McCormack

In light of President Obama's decision to forgive Harry Reid's remarks about Obama's skin color and lack of a "Negro dialect," check out what Obama said about Trent Lott in 2002:

Oh, the hypocrisy....

Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D-13th), who hosted WVON's Cliff Kelley Show, challenged the Republican Party to repudiate Lott's remarks and to call for his resignation as senate leader.

"It seems to be that we can forgive a 100-year-old senator for some of the indiscretion of his youth, but, what is more difficult to forgive is the current president of the U.S. Senate (Lott) suggesting we had been better off if we had followed a segregationist path in this country after all of the battles and fights for civil rights and all the work that we still have to do," said Obama.

He said: "The Republican Party itself has to drive out Trent Lott. If they have to stand for something, they have to stand up and say this is not the person we want representing our party."

--From the December 12, 2002 issue of the Chicago Defender.

And even the dem godfather....

...Clinton had said, A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee.