Archive for September, 2010
This from “The Pray In Jesus Name Project,” I have not verified all of this, but remember most:
Obama claims “I’m a Christian by choice” but governs as a Muslim
“I’m a Christian by choice,” said President Obama yesterday on the campaign trail, losing his mid-term elections and trying to win Christian votes. Obama seeks to overcome public opinion polls in which 18% say he is Muslim and 43% say Obama’s religion is unknown. But here’s my question: Why does he campaign like a Christian, but govern like a Muslim?
I received this via email, and checked in on SNOOPS, and it’s true, although it doesn’t kick in until 2014 and says that Amish will undoubtedly receive an exemption, and Muslims “most likely” will receive one…. Thanks again, Mr. President…what did you say your religion was?
Dhimmitude — What does it mean? Obama used it in the health care bill. Now isn’t this interesting? It was used in the health care law.
Every day there’s another revelation of what Obama and his fellow Democrats are doing to our country.
This from Associated Press, the comments in red are by me, or highlighted by me:
WASHINGTON (AP) – The FBI and the U.S. Labor Department are investigating prominent labor leader Andy Stern in their probe of corruption at the Service Employees International Union, according to two people who have been interviewed by federal agents.
The two organized labor officials met with federal agents this summer to answer questions about a six-figure book contract that Stern landed in 2006 and his role in approving money to pay the salary of an SEIU leader in California who allegedly performed no work.
This from Dick Morris:
I have some exciting — and urgent news to share with you!
Governor Sarah Palin is coming to join myself and Newsmax for a special webcast series.
On October 12, Gov. Palin with Newsmax.com, will kick off this special pre-election online webcast series “Make America Great Again.”
I am urging every American to join Gov. Palin and Newsmax for this important program.
This election is simply too critical not to be totally informed on the key issues — and find out how you can make a difference at the local level.
Rahm is leaving to run for Mayor of Chicago….
From The Daily Beast:
Rahm-like-figure is all the more needed with a president in the Obama mold, it would seem. Obama has a tendency to waffle or backtrack (e.g., the Ground Zero mosque pronouncements); to wring hands (e.g., the surge delay in Afghanistan); and to talk on both sides of a question (e.g., banks are evil/bankers need to be appreciated). There is, to Obama, a milquetoastian core, one that needs perpetual strengthening by an inner-sanctum bruiser. Cut to Rahm.
This from cyber alert:
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll didn’t come up with numbers pleasing to the NBC News staff, though Brian Williams, on Tuesday’s NBC Nightly News, did his best to spin the findings as showing “there is really bad news if you’re an incumbent officeholder of either party” and Chuck Todd insisted the public wants more from the elections than “just change [in] the color of the jerseys.” Todd, however, couldn’t avoid reporting that “the change that voters want” includes 54 percent who “hope that this Tea Party enthusiasm in the Republican Party makes them a fiscally conservative party” and “54 percent want to see the repeal of health care.” Plus, “42 percent tell us” the Tea Party movement has “been a good thing” – more than twice as many as see it as a “bad thing.” Unmentioned by Todd or Williams: Those pro-Tea Party/anti-ObamaCare numbers came from a polling sample dominated by MSM television news consumers.