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Saturday, January 16, 2010


As I watched this, I was struck by the audacity of grope, as in groping for anything - even if illegal - in order to protect Teddy's seat. This clip of Ed Schultz epitomizes what's wrong with the left - at its very essence. This is vintage ends-justify-the-means-Alinsky-style tactics. Schultz is in support of breaking the law in order to guarantee his brand of justice. How is this any different than blaming right wing talk show hosts for the actions of nut jobs? If people who listen to Schultz actually take his advice, is Schultz responsible - using the left's standard of course?

This is clearly a sign that Coakley is in serious trouble. When one of the left's most prominent talking heads advocates law-breaking, we have a problem.

Yet again, another instance in which Attorney General Coakley is silent in the face of law-breaking / injustice.

Vigilantism or subliminal robo-call?

h/t to NB


There is no question that the intangible known as "momentum" is on the side of Scott Brown in Massachusetts. As a Republican in that state, if he didn't have such a huge mountain to climb, this race would have been over long ago. However, the momentum he captured has put him neck and neck with thug-endorsed Democrat, Martha Coakley.

However, it appears that those thugs are now rooting for the "anti-thug" candidate. Let's not be too hasty about this though. These are just as likely Republicans, conservatives, or Tea Partiers who have infiltrated SEIU and confiscated some of their shirts.

Either way, this is a huge coup - either strategically or naturally. It's a win / win. If they're really SEIU folks, there has been an awakening. If not, they've beaten the thugs at their own game.

Awakening or double agent grass-roots masquerading as astro-turf?

You be the judge.

Click HERE for more photos from Red Mass...

h/t to GP


First, there was the "thug shove" of a reporter who dared ask Coakley a question. Then came the fallout - the thug was an Obama nominee for the Board of Broadcasters and Coakley was proven to have witnessed the assault courtesy of a photo, lampooning her claims of ignorance. Secondly, audio of her on November 17th is uncovered in which she admits as District Attorney, to willfully ignoring the enforcement of immigration laws. Thirdly, there's audio of her accusing Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilliing of being a Yankee fan, ostensibly because he endorsed Scott Brown.

Now THIS. Courtesy of the Boston Herald:
Shipping giant UPS isn’t amused by a Democratic Party campaign pamphlet attacking Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown that plays off the company’s slogan “What can Brown do for you?”

Atlanta-based United Parcel Service, known for its ubiquitous brown trucks, demanded yesterday that the Massachusetts Democratic Party, which is listed as paying for the pamphlet, stop distributing it.

The mailer asks “What can Brown do to you?” It shows Scott Brown dressed up as a UPS driver and says, “He can reward corporations that ship your job overseas just like George W. Bush.”
Can you believe this? Massachusetts' Attorney General witnesses an assault and ignores it; admits to not enforcing the law; and now is possibly engaging in copyright infringement.

Priceless. Utterly priceless.

h/t to LI


Part 1 featured a video montage individuals who represent big government. One might be able to take from it that Democrats are the problem specifically. Republican party loyalists may have felt comfortable thumping their collective chest after watching it. Not so fast. AR part 2 targets the Republican party establishment specifically and in no uncertain terms, challenges them to join the capitalist movement, represented by the Tea Party.

The message here is simple: The Tea Party has the numbers so the Republican Party better get on board if it wants to avoid becoming irrelevant.

They appear to mean it.


There appears to be a trend developing with Democratic senate candidate in Massachusetts when it comes to looking the other way with respect to the law. Considering the fact that she is that state's Attorney General, the trend becomes even a bit more disturbing. In the most recent instance, Coakley attempted to feign ignorance regarding the White House thug, Michael Meehan's assault of Weekly Standard reporter John McCormack.

The problem was that this photo showed Coakley witnessing the assault. Now we have another example of her looking the other way, this time on immigration. Here is an audio clip of her on WGBH-Boston on November 17th, 2009. The money quote is:
As District Attorney, we always paid attention to the person and not their status.
So she admits that while she was a district attorney, she willingly ignored the law apparently because she disagreed with it.

So why did she ignore the law when she witnessed an assault earlier this week? Perhaps because she disagreed with the person who was assaulted. The corruption we are witnessing at the highest levels of government is beyond blatant.

h/t to H4A


With so much attention being paid to the Texas gubernatorial debate on the Republican side, featuring Rick Perry, Kay Bailey Hutchison, and Debra Medina I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the Democratic side. There are seven candidates registered for the March primary but it's basically a two-horse race, with the favorite being former Houston mayor Bill White and his challenger an extremely wealthy businessman named Farouk Shami.

HERE is more on the Democratic primary race.

Two things trouble me about Shami. First, he actually has a TRUTH SQUAD page on his campaign website. On that page is the following explanation about his faith:
Farouk's Official Statement On His Personal Religious Beliefs 1/11/2010

"I want to clarify what has been reported in the press concerning my religion. I was born in the land of Abraham, believing in Moses, Jesus and Mohammad, and believing in one God. I grew up with members of my family and friends practicing multiple faiths: Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. I was also educated at a Quaker school. All of these things contributes to my relationship with God. To say simply ‘I'm a Muslim’ or ‘I'm a Quaker’ is to ignore major parts of my faith. I know it seems complicated that I do not have a pat answer to questions about what religion I am, but without my exposure to many different cultures and religious beliefs I wouldn't be the person I am today.

Although I'm not a member of any specific religious tradition, I do begin every day with prayer and meditation and have a strong personal relationship with God. I respect those who practice all faiths because I believe God gave us life to help one another, the poor, the sick and the oppressed. It is through God we can achieve peace, freedom and bring justice to the world. As Governor, I know, with God's help and guidance, I will be able to help every Texan have access to the American Dream just like I did—a good job, access to healthcare, and an excellent education for their children. That's why I feel called to run for office."
That sounds similar to how Kay Bailey Hutchison addressed the Abortion question during the January 14th debate. I know less about Shami after reading that than I did before doing so.

The second thing that disturbs me is this ad, which is entirely in spanish. With some very real concerns nationally that congress is going to try to register everyone in this country, regardless of legal status, I wonder what demographic Shami is targeting with the use of language that is NOT the national language.

To be fair, Shami has an english version of this ad but the one in espanol has 10 times more views, probably because at this time, it's the one featured prominently on his site. You have to click "other videos" to get to the english version.

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