Here, you are urged and encouraged to run your mouths about something important.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010


At issue here is what should be done with the TARP money that's been paid back. According to Gregg, who has what appears to be the necessary backup in his hands, the government should be paying that money back to the taxpayers. According to Orzag, it needs to be directed to smaller banks so that they can issue credit to small businesses.

Gregg appears to be dead-on target and it's refreshing to see from a Republican senator who has had to due battle against accusations that he's a moderate.

There is a significant cross-section of society that is offended by this kind of thing because it indicates a "dangerous tone" from leaders. However, I see it exactly the opposite. These are the kinds of passionate exchanges that had our leaders engaged in more often, perhaps we wouldn't be in such a mess.

I am going to scream if I hear, "it's ok to disagree without being disagreeable" one more time.

Time to start getting disagreeable with these whack jobs. It's overdue.

h/t to Hot Air Pundit


In April of 2008, Barack Obama made headlines when he inexplicably bowed to Saudi King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz. It was perceived by many as groveling. The White House denied it was a bow and those who knew better shook their heads. Later, Obama would bow to the Japanese Prime Minister, again inexplicably.

However, it is now time to add the Mayor of Tampa, Florida to the list of people on the receiving end of a presidential bow. What is so special about Pam Iorio? Interestingly, there are some extremely disturbing acts she has committed that Saudi royalty might approve of, which would link her and King Abdullah in that one regard.

Via Infidel Blogger's Alliance (and backed up by several other sources), Iorio has a history of not only enabling the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) but she has honored them as well:
“By virtue of the authority vested in me as mayor of the city of Tampa, I do hereby proclaim November 15, 2008, as ‘Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Day’ in the city of Tampa, Florida.” -- Mayor Pam Iorio.
Keep in mind that Saudi Arabia is home to the wahhabist sect of Sunni Islam. So is the Muslim Brotherhood, which was started in Egypt by Hassan al-Bana in 1928. Thanks to the excellent work of Dave Gaubatz, his son Chris, and author Paul Sperry, CAIR has been exposed - and has long been suspected - as an extension of the Muslim Brotherhood, which also includes Hamas, the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), the Muslim Student Association (MSA), and countless others.

Interestingly, Jeremiah Wright's church published a Hamas manifesto in its newsletter on July 22nd, 2007. It was written by none other than high ranking Hamas leader Mousa abu Marzook. Calling Marzook an anti-semite would be the understatement of this new century.

The two most predominant sects within Islam are Sunni and Shiite, which is the brand practiced in Iran. It's no secret that Obama has an Islamic past. He's admitted it countless times. The brand of Islam that Obama was exposed to as a child was Sunni Islam, the same practiced by the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, CAIR, et. al.

Here are the multiple proclamations declaring November 15th, CAIR Day (2006, 2007, and 2008), all signed by Iorio. Joe Kaufman at Americans Against Hate has written about Iorio's ties to Islam extensively.

Iorio announced in June of 2009 that she would no longer honor CAIR with the November 15th day of recognition but something tells me that's NOT why Obama bowed to her on January 28th, 2010.

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