Another must see!
Like reading David Limbaugh’s Crimes Against Liberty, this will enlighten and stun you with information you never knew and things you might have forgotten:
By Burt Prelutsky (Archive) · Monday, April 12, 2010
During the presidential campaign, a lot of people insisted that Obama was really a Muslim pretending to be a Christian. I wasn’t one of them. I did figure, though, that if my name was Barack Hussein Obama and I was going to run for president a mere seven years after 9/11, I wouldn’t admit I was a Muslim, either. On the other hand, I, personally, would have sooner trusted a Muslim who’d been attending a mosque in Dearborn for 20 years than a Christian who’d been attending a racist, anti-American church in Chicago for all that time.
Anybody, after all, can claim to be a Christian. The proof, in the words of that fabulous effing wordsmith, Joe Biden, is in the pudding, and when I learned that among Obama’s friends and mentors were such notorious anti-Semites as Rev. Wright, Louis Farrakhan, Rashid Khalidi and Father Pfleger, it certainly kick-started my suspicions about his religious convictions. Still, as I saw it, when in Chicago, you do as Chicagoans do. And, that being the case, I figured that in such swampland, even if a saint were to wade into Chicago politics, he would eventually be knee-deep in snakes and alligators named Tony Rezko, Richard Daley and Bill Ayers.
“To the extent that she [Coakley] wasn’t doing as well as she expected, it was because the issues weren’t a factor in the race,” said Mr. Frank “It was a personality contest. Mr. Brown is not running as a kind of people committed conservative that he is and that he has the right to be.
He’s running as a nice guy.”
Funny thing about this SEIU ad – as I was watching it I was thinking “yes, I’d vote for this guy.” What the makers see as negatives about Scott Brown, are actually positives to me. And then connecting him to Sarah Palin, it’s a slam dunk! If I lived in this state that I cannot spell (and admit it, you guys can’t spell it either) this ad would convince me that Brown is the person to send to Washington.
Brown should pirate this ad, take out the last reference to Martha Coakley and use it for himself. This is a freebie for Brown, as far as I can see.
He’s pro life – check.
He’s anti-global warming – check.
He voted against the democrats 96% of the time – check.
He’s endorsed by the Tea Party – check.
He’s being associated with Sarah Palin – check.
And lastly, the ad was made by SEIU – check.
It’s a home run!
Of course, we are talking about citizens of the state I can’t spell, and they aren’t known for critical thinking skills if they keep sending Barney Frank and kept sending Ted Kennedy to Capitol Hill…
This video comes from Angel Fleming and Shane Hayes blog. Union worker admits to being paid $50 by the Coakley campaign to hold her sign but further intimates that he is, in actuality, voting for Scott Brown.
Interesting report on the Brown-Coakley debate from Fleming and Hayes blog.
Way back in 1986, President Reagan created the Alien Border Control Committee in response to several horrific terrorist attacks: the 1983 bombing of our Marine barracks in Lebanon that killed 241 soldiers, the hijackings of TWA flight 847 and the cruise liner Achille Lauro. The CIA complained that America was vulnerable to terrorists entering this country and creating sleeper cells. Reagan created ABCC so that the FBI and the CIA could work in tandem to root out those suspected terrorist illegals who had either over stayed their visas or entered the country illegally.
Within 6 months, the ABCC had it’s first success story. The CIA tipped off the FBI about a group of suspected Palestinian terrorists living in Los Angeles. Eight men were arrested. But instead of being applauded, they were slapped in the face by civil liberties organizations who held that information gleaned by the CIA from routine visa investigations, should be banned.
Can you imagine? This violated the civil liberties of not only non-Americans but illegal and suspected terrorist non-Americans. So this kind of information should not be allowed.
Leading these civil liberties groups was Congressman Barney Frank, always a big civil liberty advocate. He wrote an amendment to the Immigration and Nationality act that said that being a member of a terrorist group was not sufficient grounds to prevent enterance into the United States. A visa could only be denied if there was proof that the person in question had committed a terrorist act.
Mind you, this was all pre-9/11.
Thanks to this Frank amendment, there was no longer any way to prevent suspected terrorists from obtaining visas, even when there was information connecting them to terrorist organizations.
This was 25 years ago.
Barney Frank has been in Washington too long and has created way too much damage.