Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Obama disses God. Again.

This time at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 10-17-2010. Obama once again omits "by their Creator" when referencing unalienable rights in the Declaration of Independence. Many thought the first time Obama left out the phrase "by their Creator" in a speech in September that it was inadvertent, an unwitting mistake. But this third time, there can be no doubt that it's intentional. I think he believes that if he doesn't say it enough times, the Declaration will rewrite itself in his image. We would get our rights from whatever human happens to be in office. Right now, that would be Obama, giving and taking our rights away as he sees fit. A concept far removed from what our Founders pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor for. Notice, too, how not too enthusiastic the crowd of (exaggerated) 35,000 is. The enthusiasm level is more like that of a crowd of around 300. Of course, the real stars are the Teleprompters. This is how the audience actually views the event. 3-shot. Prompter, Obama, Prompter. He is not a great orator. He's a performance reader. Who disses God.

Coming to a city near you, America.

Oh my God. They have to work until 62. Oh, the horror! What do you think is going to happen when America's government can't pay police, fire, and teacher retirements that begin as early as 48 years old? That day is coming.

French truck drivers staged go-slow operations on highways, trains were cancelled and gas stations ran out of fuel yesterday as strikers dug in ahead of a key government vote this week on an unpopular pension overhaul.

Riot police used tear gas and rubber pellet guns in the Paris suburb of Nanterre to break up a crowd of youths who set fire to cars near an anti-reform protest by secondary school students. They intervened for similar reasons in the city of Lyon.

The interior ministry said police arrested 290 rioters in various towns.

Wider strikes will hit everything from air travel to mail today when unions opposed to President Nicolas Sarkozy's plan to raise the retirement age to 62 from 60 have called for another street protest.

Read more: http://www.timescolonist.com/news/French+pension+bill+riots+cause+havoc/3692634/story.html#ixzz12oUm8kaR

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

For Freedom

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Get out and Vote!

Watch this video and you will have no doubts about why you should vote conservative this November.