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Friday, May 4, 2012

Video: Occupy Wall Street guy says NYPD sent Rapists and criminals to Zuccoti Park

You will honestly not believe this exchange. From start to finish, your mouth may just be agape at the completely dysfunctional mind of OWSr Harrison Schultz. His claim that the NYPD is responsible for the Zuccoti Park crime at the protests is just a small portion of his insane mindset. One of Schultz's other candid admissions is that he lives off of student loans and doesn't know where the money comes from. He also thinks everything should be free and that capitalism has failed.

Just watch. Wow.

Via MediaIte:

Video: Rep. Pete Stark's 'Guam might tip over' moment

Yet another in a long line of symptoms that demonstrate why our government is so collectively inept, corrupt, and in some cases, downright wicked. In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, Rep. Pete Stark (D-CA) discussed Solyndra's product line. Uh, yeah, I know. They're bankrupt and don't have a product line but when they did, it was solar panels, right? Well, did you know that they are currently producing electric cars? I didn't either but Pete Stark thinks so. They Solyndra "S" is going to cost between $60k-$90k.

Via the Chronicle:
CA East Bay Rep. Fortney “Pete” Stark, 80, identified Fremont-based Solyndra — perhaps the nation’s most notorious solar energy firm and a lightening rod in the 2012 election — as a car manufacturer in his editorial board meeting this week with the San Francisco Chronicle. 
Stark’s comments appear to confuse Solyndra — which went bankrupt last year after receiving a $535 million federal loan guarantee — and Tesla Motors, a Fremont-based manufacturer of upscale electic cars now located at the site of the former NUMMI plant.

Asked about his views on new policies regarding Silicon Valley and high tech, including Solyndra, the Congressman said: “I wish I had enough expense allowance to get one of those new “S’s” that Solyndra’s going to make down there, the electric 10 year old  (son) is after me. He no longer wants a Porsche. He wants dad to have an “S” sedan,’ Stark said. “They sound wild. They run $60,000-$90,000.”

The Congressman now seeking his 20th term never acknowledged his error: It’s Tesla Motors, also based in Fremont, and not Solyndra, that makes electric cars, including the”S” sedan as part of its lineup of toney electric cars.
Watch for yourself. I'll bet Rep. Hank Johnson might be able to convince Stark that Guam might tip over if it became too overly populated.

h/t Weasel Zippers

Are the Navy SEALs Swiftboating Obama?

It takes quite a bit of gall to agitate the Navy SEALs but Barack Obama appears to have a sufficient amount. First up, here's an ad from a group known as Veterans for a Strong America, headed by decorated Iraqi war veteran, Joel Arends. The message is quite simple; Obama's narcissism is over-the-top  when it comes to his level of involvement in killing bin Laden. Also noteworthy is the fact that it isn't just veteran SEALs who are not pleased with Obama; the growing list also includes current ones.

Via Town Hall:

Buzzfeed has more on the growing disgust among the SEALS:
In the wake of a warm conservative reception for a web video trashing the president for “spiking the football” on the anniversary of Osama Bin Laden’s death, the conservative group Veterans for a Strong America plans to gather Navy SEALs and Special Forces operators to criticize the White House during the 2012 campaign.

“We’re looking to [put together] a coalition, to field SEALs and operators that want to come out publicly,” executive director of Veterans for a Strong America, Joel Arends, tells BuzzFeed. “I’ve had a lot of discussions with former SEALs and current SEALs. I’ve been talking to operators in the community. There is palatable discontent.”

Arends, a 35-year old Iraq war veteran who has spent the last six years in conservative activist circles, started the group last fall during the Republican primaries.
Arends sat down with Fox's Megyn Kelly to discuss the campaign. If for no other reason, watch it for the steady stream of football metaphors.

h/t Hot Air
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