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Archive for September 21st, 2010

The Los Angeles Times has reported on the arrest of multiple Democrat politicians from Bell City, but nary a mention of their political party or that they represent a city overwhelming populated with illegal (and legal) aliens from Mexico where corruption is commonplace.

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Democrats Arrested:  Media Silent from elvisnixon.com.

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The mainstream media “witch hunt” for Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell is well documented, but the propaganda ministers are missing from court when it comes to uncovering the transgressions of Chris Coons, O’Donnell’s Democrat opponent in the Delaware U.S. Senate race. Also missing amid all the O’Donnell muckraking is Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s endearing term for Coons as “my pet.”

The Republican Establishment, the mainstream media, and the loony Left brought up the issue of O’Donnell’s behavior when she was in her twenties, which makes Coons’ twenty-something years a balanced question and fair game. So what did Coons do during his twenties?

Answer? He was in Africa volunteering for the South African Council of Churches, a group that holds to the self-same Black Liberation Theology philosophy preached by James Cone and Jeremiah Wright. The philosophy that has at its core the principles of “Marxism dressed up as Christianity.” The philosophy that is at the very heart of the Obama administration and its actions since taking office two years ago.—Jeffrey Lord

Delaware voters have a clear choice this November. They can choose the “bearded Marxist,” Obama clone, and personal pet of Harry Reid to stay the course on ObamaCare, rising unemployment, increasing taxes, and soaring deficits, or they can go with the wacky witchy woman to oppose the Marxist agenda and fight to alter the current direction the country?  

A bit of a no-brainer, wouldn’t you say?

I.M. Kane

For more on Coons’ Marxist connection, see Chris Coons: Volunteer for Liberation Theology by Jeffrey Lord.

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Republicans need to borrow the question that was asked by Ronald Reagan in the run up to the 1980 election against incumbent Democrat president Jimmy Carter, which is “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?” Republicans need to ask the electorate repeatedly if they are better off now than they were before the Democrats regained majorities in the Senate and House in 2006?

I would [put that] slogan on every billboard and on every post in every town square in America. I would print millions of … posters … make a gazillion bumper stickers and T-shirts and coffee mugs and … open every single speech on the campaign trail with that question.—Kyle-Anne Shiver

The fat-cat, tax-cheating, lying Democrats, a circle of oligarchs from big business and hedge funds, and a tiny cadre of thieving thugs from labor unions are the only people in America who are better off now than they were four years ago.

Democrats fought every Republican effort to … to reform Fannie-Freddie before it brought the mortgage business to full-blown crisis. … when the whole thing exploded … bringing the cascading collapse to banks and every other industry … the Democrats … wagged their dirty little fingers at Republicans … They presumed that … they could bury their own malfeasance and incompetence under the rug of majority rule. And that is precisely what they have done. No investigations. No hearings.—Kyle-Anne Shiver 

Democrats have become incorrigible brats; their fingerprints are all over the country’s economic and unemployment debacle, yet they have the audacity to look Americans in the face and blame Republicans.

I.M. Kane

For more on ousting the Democrat corruptocrats, see  Are You Better Off Than You Were Four Years Ago? by Kyle-Anne Shiver.

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Judicial Watch, a public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, obtained documents from the Department of Justice (DoJ) through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit proving DoJ officials have not been truthful about who was involved in the dismissal of the voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party.

In testimony before the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, Thomas Perez, Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division, said that no political leadership was involved in the decision to dismiss the case. However, DoJ documents indicate that the case had been discussed between DoJ’s highest political officials, including the deputy attorney general and the associate attorney general, and that Democrat election lawyer and Obama political appointee Samuel Hirsch had been deeply involved in the decision to drop the prosecution.

The documents contradict numerous statements made to Congress, the Civil Rights Commission, and the public by Bread and Circuses Administration officials.

I.M. Kane

For more on the explosive story, see Proof: New Records Show DOJ Lied About New Black Panther Dismissal by J. Christian Adams and Judicial Watch finds DOJ document that shows Obama politico involved in New Black Panther decision UPDATED! by Mark Tapscott.

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