Who would leave computers behind which contain incriminating evidence, with get this the passwords in the desk drawers? Um..ACORN
OMG, this is hilarious!
A Republican state legislator released documents Tuesday which he says show the community-organizing group ACORN focused on helping Democrats in three legislative races in the November 2008 election and had developed a game plan to “take power” in Oklahoma within five years.
The documents, which include legislative district maps and various forms, were recovered from computers abandoned by ACORN workers in Oklahoma City, said Rep. Mike Reynolds, R-Oklahoma City. Also found was a script apparently used in Houston to go door-to-door to encourage voters to vote for Barack Obama in November 2008.
Ironic Surrealism v3.0 » Who would leave computers behind which contain incriminating evidence, with get this the passwords in the desk drawers? Um..ACORN [Update ACORN Responds Dude those computers were stolen "the contents thereof stolen work product"]
Ok, guys. Now you are just sad. It used to be amusing, watching you trying to blame Obama’s tripling of the deficit on Bush, and every other problem on Bush. Now, its just embarrassingly sad.
Sure, the Olympic failure have nothing to do with the fact that Obama’s home town is a disaster. It has nothing to do with that at all. It must be… BUSH!!!!!
and GLOBAL WARMING…
Figured I would cover all the bases there.
The funniest thing about the AP’s account, however, is swimmer Rowdy Gaines’ struggle to understand how Obama’s mission could have failed:
"I’m still in a state of shock. I can’t believe we couldn’t get past the first round. I still thought the (Chicago) bid overall was the best," said three-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Ambrose "Rowdy" Gaines.
"Maybe there is some hangover from politics, from the last eight years," Gaines said.
I suppose that will be the explanation when Obama can’t persuade the mullahs to abandon their nukes, either
Even more “Safe School” fun with Obama’s favorite homosexual and pedophila supporting czar!
He supports NAMBLA. Why am I not surprised in the slightest by this news.
Remember folks, Obama wanted us to judge him by those who he surrounds himself with. Be careful what you ask for, Obama.
The Washiington Examiner has the latest on President Obama’s safe schools czar Kevin Jennings.
He’s not exactly a child advocate.
Apparently, Jennings is on record praising the founder of the North American Association for Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA), Harry Hay.
How’s that for safe schools?
Regular Folks United reported:
For anyone who spends even an hour on the internet looking into Jennings’ speeches and writings, his nonchalant attitude about an older homosexual man having sex with a boy should not be a surprise. What is surprising is that no one is mentioning reports that Jennings publicly stated that he was inspired by one of the biggest promoters of pedophilia in the country—Harry Hay. Hay actively promoted sex between men and boys and supported the North American Man Boy Love Association (NAMBLA). Transcripts of a GLSEN conference in NYC on October 25, 1997 indicate that Jennings said, “one of the people that always inspired me is Harry Hay.” Jennings also edited a book called Becoming Visible: A Reader in Gay and Lesbian History for High School and College Students which included a biographical sketch on Harry Hay. One of GLSEN’s Education Department resources also lists a work on Harry Hay.
Democrat Sen. Thomas Carper calls the Health Care bill arcane, confusing, incomprehensible… Of course it won’t stop him from voting for it.
These people just amaze me. The bill is incomprehensible, but that doesn’t matter to any of them. They don’t need to understand it. As long as the left says sign it, they will sign it.
You know. One thing I have not noticed much… How much this health care will cost per person it will cover. When you remove the illegal immigrants, people who don’t want health care, etc, you end up with about 10 million people.
This bill is going to cost us trillions in taxes and deficit and will cover about 10 million. Hundreds of thousands of dollars per person covered. Here’s an idea. Lets just buy them normal private health care. It will save us trillions on the bill and won’t damage anything with private coverage.
Michelle Malkin has the video.
Sen. Thomas Carper (D.-Del.), a member of the Senate Finance Committee, told CNSNews.com that he does not “expect” to read the actual legislative language of the committee’s health care bill because it is “confusing” and that anyone who claims they are going to read it and understand it is fooling people.
“I don’t expect to actually read the legislative language because reading the legislative language is among the more confusing things I’ve ever read in my life,” Carper told CNSNews.com.
Carper described the type of language the actual text of the bill would finally be drafted in as “arcane,” “confusing,” “hard stuff to understand,” and “incomprehensible.” He likened it to the “gibberish” used in credit card disclosure forms.
This guy is pathetic. He ignores his own generals about Afganistan, more interested in pleasing the left that winning the fight, even saying that he “wasn’t interested in victory”.
Finally, he lowers himself to meeting with them and still ignores what they say they need to win.
Instead of spending more time with those generals, he rushes off to Copenhagen to try to get the Olympics into the crime infested city of Chicago.
He failed as an Olympic negotiator and as a Commander-In-Chief.
"It demeans the office," said GOP consultant Brad Blakeman, a former Bush administration official. "For the president to be reduced to the effect of the Billy Mays pitchman for the United States to get the Olympics for his home city of Chicago is just not something that presidents do."
Blakeman said Obama spent more time wooing International Olympic Committee officials than he did in his meeting with Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the top commander in Afghanistan, before returning to Washington.
"His priorities are screwed up and the American people are seeing that this president just doesn’t get the effects and importance of governing," Blakeman told FOX News.
Instead of making a personal appearance, Blakeman said Obama should have sent a delegation led by the first lady and the mayor of Chicago.
Way to go Obama. I thought the Stimulus bill was going to fix all this and save us all.
Oh, sorry. You “saved” millions of jobs. I forgot.
The unemployment rate rose to 9.8 percent in September as employers cut far more jobs than expected, evidence that the longest recession since the 1930s is still inflicting widespread pain.
The official jobless rate stopped short of topping 10 percent only because the Labor Department doesn’t count people who have given up looking for work or settled for part-time jobs.
More than a half-million unemployed people gave up looking for work last month. If laid-off workers who have settled for part-time work or have given up looking for new jobs are included, the unemployment rate rose to 17 percent, the highest on records dating from 1994.
I can’t believe that a study like this comes out. All these economists…RAAAACISTS!!!!!!
It looks like you can’t spend yourself out of a recession, after all.
A new study released today shows that the massive stimulus spending programs have produced little if any positive growth. However, tax cuts have proven to boost economic growth.
Robert Barro and Charles Redlick at The Wall Street Journal reported:
The global recession and financial crisis have refocused attention on government stimulus packages. These packages typically emphasize spending, predicated on the view that the expenditure "multipliers" are greater than one—so that gross domestic product expands by more than government spending itself. Stimulus packages typically also feature tax reductions, designed partly to boost consumer demand (by raising disposable income) and partly to stimulate work effort, production and investment (by lowering rates).
The existing empirical evidence on the response of real gross domestic product to added government spending and tax changes is thin. In ongoing research, we use long-term U.S. macroeconomic data to contribute to the evidence. The results mostly favor tax rate reductions over increases in government spending as a means to increase GDP…