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Thursday, September 10, 2009


Yesterday, Glenn Beck slightly teased his bombshell story about what was going to lead to people going to jail. We knew it had to do with ACORN but not much else. Well, it appears that Beck was right.

Assuming this is what he's going to delve into today, ACORN representatives advising prostitutes how to evade income taxes after trafficking young girls into the United States kinda seems like a big deal. ANDREW BREITBART has the videos posted that are guaranteed to leave you speechless.

Yes, Barack Obama used to work for this organization, represented it as an attorney, has their support, and his stimulus bill has billions of dollars going to it.

Watch in abject amazement. Here's part 1:

Here's Part 2

Here's Part 3

Here's Part 4

h/t to HOT AIR


Mark Mix at the Wall Street Journal has an excellent piece on the level of involvment unions will have in Obamacare. Mix seems to be asserting that a common theme in all of the various bills floating through congress will force the health care industry to become unionized.

He even provides recent examples from the last ten years that would serve as microcosms for WHAT WE CAN EXPECT if Obamacare passes.
The Senate version opens the door to implement forced unionization schemes pursued by former Govs. Rod Blagojevich of Illinois in 2005 and Gray Davis of California in 1999. Both men repaid tremendous political debts to Andy Stern and his Service Employees International Union (SEIU) by reclassifying state-reimbursed in-home health-care (and child-care) contractors as state employees—and forcing them to pay union dues.

Following this playbook, the Senate bill creates a "personal care attendants workforce advisory panel" that will likely impose union affiliation to qualify for a newly created "community living assistance services and support (class)" reimbursement plan.
SEIU and ACORN have benefitted mightily by the Stimulus package. What groups of people do labor unions have absolute disdain for? Capitalists come to mind. Would their bias factor in to decisions about who should receive care?

Mix then points to the tremendous powers that Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius would have while being directed by union officials.
Ms. Sebelius will be taking her marching orders from the numerous union officials who are guaranteed seats on the various federal panels (such as the personal care panel mentioned above) charged with recommending health-care policies. Big Labor will play a central role in directing federal health-care policy affecting hundreds of thousands of doctors, surgeons and nurses.
At what point would patients have to pay union dues before receiving treatment?



Representative Joe Wilson (D-SC) screamed, "You Lie" during Obama's speech to a joint session of congress. The debate about whether the president DID lie seems to have been overshadowed by Wilson's breach of decorum.

The question should be, "Does truth trump decorum?" If so, Wilson should be lauded for telling it. The number of lies Obama has told on health care are challenged only by the number of crises that have been thrust onto the American people since he was inaugurated. A list of the ones told just in his speech is chronicled by DOUG ROSS.

Frankly, there are a lot of Americans demanding to be heard by this president and they are being ignored. What Wilson did was nothing more than provide a megaphone for all of the town hall protesters from his district. If Wilson's actions were approved by the majority of his constituents, he should be commended and not censured.

However, Wilson was chastised by John McCain on Larry King after Obama's speech. This is the same McCain that assured people who attended his town hall prior to the election that they had no reason to be scared of an Obama presidency. It's the same McCain who took offense when a town hall audience this past August booed him when he expressed his support for Obama. It's also the same McCain who lapped up the public praise at last night's speech.

This is why McCain was the wrong choice last November.



Unlike Cass Sunstein, whose confirmation was virtually assured by six Republicans, Science czar John Holdren has already been confirmed. Had he been questioned strongly about his writings and beliefs, perhaps public pressure would have prevented his confirmation.

During his hearing, he was identified primarily as being an expert on CLIMATE CHANGE and science technology. What Holdren wasn't pressed on was a book he co-authored in 1977, called, 'ECOSCIENCE'.

We know Barack Obama shares Holdren's views on climate change. Now we learn that Holdren seems to share Obama's views on spreading the wealth around. Check out this video of Holdren at the 2007 Bali conference. The clip is a little difficult to hear but the meat of it comes in the LAST 30 SECONDS.

So if Obama and Holdren share the same views on wealth re-distribution and climate change, what are the odds the share similar views on ECOSCIENCE?



Cass Sunstein is Barack Obama's choice for Regulatory Czar. Yesterday, six Republican Senators voted for cloture and ended any chance of a filibuster. While Sunstein may have a high I.Q., he doesn't appear to be the least bit grounded in reality.

Before I list the six Republicans who basically cleared the way for Sunstein's confirmation, if ever there was a legitimate reason for a filibuster it would seem that the constitutionality of czars in general would provide that reason. In particular, the views of Sunstein absolutely warrant an extremely high level of scrutiny and he should be subjected to a thorough vetting as his writings and words indicate that he is a staunch opponent of this countrys 1st and 2nd Amendments. On top of that, the guy may just be nuts. Take a look at his office (pictured).

The sad thing about the picture to the left is how Cass likely interprets it personally. The only way someone as intellectual as he claims to be could interpret it is that such an enviornment reflects his high level of intellectualism. You know what it communicates to me? Disorganization and Chaos which is what we all know Sunstein's soon-to-be boss just adores.

A website called STOP SUNSTEIN has the most outlandish quotes from a man who apparently shares views similar to some who are right now in straight jackets.
"Animals should be permitted to bring suit, with human beings as their representatives …"
Keep that quote in mind as you read this one..
"[Humans’] willingness to subject animals to unjustified suffering will be seen … as a form of unconscionable barbarity… morally akin to slavery and the mass extermination of human beings."
What is the logical conclusion we should come to when you consider that Sunstein has also said that we should "ban hunting"?

Can you not envision a scenario in which Elmer Fudd shoots Bambi, whose family files a wrongful death lawsuit against Fudd while seeking monetary damages? Meanwhile, the state brings murder 1 charges against Elmer Fudd, who then faces Capital punishment.

As for the six senators that voted for cloture...
Sen. Robert Bennett (R-Utah), Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), Sen. Judd Gregg (R-N.H.), Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.), Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine).
It would have taken only four of those senators to vote against cloture to continue the filibuster. Based on Sunsteins extremely nutty views coupled with his wish to regulate communications on the internet, each one of those senators should be voted out of office based on what they did here.

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