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Saturday, March 13, 2010


The biggest hurdle for the Pelosi-led House in passing the Senate version of the health care monstrosity is the pro-life Democrat contingent, led by Representative Bart Stupak (D-MI). On a radio show on March 11th, Stupak told the host that Committee chairman Henry Waxman (D-CA) told him that the House wants to pass the bill with abortion funding included.

According to Stupak, the Democrats - including Obama - have been saying they want current law in the bill relative to funding abortions. That current law does not permit taxpayer-funded abortions. As you will hear, Stupak's claim is that Waxman is pushing him to relent and ALLOW taxpayer-funded abortions in the bill.

If anyone listens to Stupak, I believe he is partially and inherently making a plea for people to stand by him. In this interview, he is basically outing both Obama and Waxman as public liars - as if we didn't know about the latter already. Be sure to read about Stupak's interview with National Review, below the fold. It's actually even more damning to Waxman than what Stupak said in the radio interview.

Via Breitbart

Sometime after that radio interview, Stupak granted National Review a phone interview and seemed to indicate things had gotten much worse with respect to the motivations of House Democratic leaders:
What are Democratic leaders saying? “If you pass the Stupak amendment, more children will be born, and therefore it will cost us millions more. That’s one of the arguments I’ve been hearing,” Stupak says. “Money is their hang-up. Is this how we now value life in America? If money is the issue — come on, we can find room in the budget. This is life we’re talking about.”
At some point, someone has to start screaming this from the rooftops. All along, the Democrats have laughed off things like death panels. If Stupak is telling the truth, the logic behind death panels is not all that dissimilar from the logic that taxpayer-funded abortions are necessary because more births = greater cost.

The fact that there are still people out there who don't get this is MIND-BLOWING.

"You LIE!"

h/t to Gateway Pundit


I know this is from last May but in light of the continued rise of the Tea Party movement coupled with the knots its causing the Obama administration to tie itself into over this health care monstrosity, it just takes on added emphasis today. Note at the end, he says he's willing to have a "serious conversation" with those he has since continued to ignore.

"You LIE!"

Can't you just feel the anger?


Ever wonder what it might look like to juxtapose the words of the United States' 40th president with those of its 44th? Compared in this way, it's got to make one wonder how a country can have a memory this short. The differences could not be more stark, the presidents more ideologically opposite. As further evidence, just take a look at Barack Obama's own words on January 21st, 2008 at debate:

"I spent a lifetime fighting against Ronald Reagan's policies"
- Barack Obama

Obama, along with his administration, avoids responding to the mounting uncomfortable truths that expose lies, inconsistencies, corruption, and hypocrisy daily at this point. However, if you were able to get him to respond to the aforementioned quote, he would likely start by saying, "What I meant was...." Now, if Reagan and Obama's roles were reversed and Reagan said that he spent a lifetime fighting Obama's policies, he'd likely respond with, "I meant what I said." In fact, he'd probably campaign on it.

Check it out. The differences couldn't be bolder.

via Real Hope for America


First, a little background on the group whose event is where the incident occurred. United Voices for America (UVA) may sound like a friendly, innocuous name but it is headed by a man named Ahmed Bedier who was the founder and Executive Director of the Tampa chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) until he resigned in 2008. CAIR was an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism financing trial in U.S. history.

CAIR also has very strong ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. Bedier has a long history of coming to the aid of terrorists and terrorist groups. More on that here. Bedier left CAIR in 2008 and started United Voices for America, which gave him an additional degree of separation from the Muslim Brotherhood. This is a microcosm of a much larger problem of so many different Islamic groups having different names but ties to the Brotherhood as the common thread.

Now the video. The Florida Security Council (FSC) is a group headed by Tom Trento. A cameraman for his group was on hand at a UVA event on March 2nd. Presumably, one of UVA's advocates spotted the cameraman and assaulted him. The video says it all but what I found particularly obvious was the reaction of the assaulter AFTER he is caught. He immediately blames the cameraman for "pestering" him.

That's what I find most outrageous about this video. This is exactly the same tactic Hamas uses after Israel responds to rocket attacks from Gaza - blame Israel.

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