Saturday, April 28, 2012

13 Democrat Senators embrace anti-Christian bigotry, bullying

Updated April 29, 2012

In June 2011, thirteen Democrat Senators embraced the "It Gets Better" Project, headed by radical homosexual agitator Dan Savage, also known as Keenan Hollahan. The list of elected co-conspirators reads like a leftist who's who of the U.S. Senate:
  1. Charles "Chuck" Schumer (NY) - @ChuckSchumer
  2. Mark Udall (CO) - @MarkUdall
  3. Ron Wyden (OR) - @RonWyden or @WydenPress
  4. Chris Coons (DE) - @ChrisCoons
  5. Richard Blumenthal (CT) - @SenBlumenthal
  6. Sherrod Brown (OH) - @SenSherrodBrown
  7. Maria Cantwell (WA) - @MariaCantwell
  8. Dick Durbin (IL) - @SenatorDurbin
  9. Al Franken (MN) - @AlFranken
  10. Dianne Feinstein (CA) - @SenFeinstein
  11. Kirsten Gillibrand (NY) - @SenGillibrand
  12. Jeanne Shaheen (NH) - @SenatorShaheen
  13. Sheldon Whitehouse (RI) - @SenWhitehouse
Every member of this ultra-liberal gang is a co-sponsor of the so-called Respect for Marriage Act, introduced in March 2011 to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act and allow the Federal government to recognize same-sex marriages.

(L to R) Democrat Senators Chuck Schumer, Mark Udall, Ron Wyden, and Chris Coons announcing their endorsement of the "It Gets Better Project," headed by anti-Christian bigotry and bullying by radical homosexual activist Dan Savage. Click photo to view larger.

So what's the big deal about thirteen Senators endorsing an anti-bullying project? Savage himself is a bully.

Unfortunately for these elected officials, Savage was caught recently making obscene and profane remarks to a journalism conference of high school students and teachers. In his comments, Savage repeatedly mocked the Bible and ridiculed Christianity and Christians. Watch the shocking video of Savage's offensive,profane,  inappropriate bullying here:

Yes, this is the same courageous, self-defending Dan Savage who left others holding the bag when the "Draw Muhammed" stunt got dangerous.

Don't be a bully like him, but you can contact The It Gets Better Project online or mention them on Twitter at @itgetsbetter - or Savage himself @fakedansavage - to let them know what you think of radical homosexual bullies like Dan Savage and his anti-Christian hate speech. You may also want to contact the Gang of 13 above to express your opinion.

And be sure to watch the video put together by these thirteen Senators - which YOU paid for:

Friday, April 27, 2012

ObamaCare advocates have no idea what the Constitution says

Freshman Republican Congressman Trey Gowdy represents the 4th District of South Carolina. Congress held hearings on April 26 regarding the US Department of Health and Human Services rules within ObamaCare that would force Americans to abandon their religious beliefs and permit unnecessary Federal government intrusion into their lives.

This video is enjoyable on two levels: First, it serves as an excellent example of how a conservative will always defeat a squirming, exposed liberal every time actual issues and facts are discussed. Second, it reveals that President Barack Hussein Obama's cabinet members - typified by Kathleen Sibelius - know little or nothing about the U.S. Constitution, beyond the disdain that their boss has for our founding documents. Secretary Sibelius actually believes "separation of church and state" is part of the Constitution. (It is not.)

You can follow Congressman Gowdy on Twitter at @tgowdysc.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Sandra Fluke opens exclusive dessert boutique

It's been reported that oversexed free-love advocate and Obama White House operative Sandra Fluke has opened an exclusive dessert boutique in the wealthy suburbs of Washington, DC, where she lives with her socialist fiancee-boyfriend.

Too soon?

Monday, April 23, 2012

'If I wanted America to fail...'

Without explanation, Twitter suspend ed the account of Americans for Limited Government - the producers of the amazing video below. According to an updated post by by the organization on their site, NetRight Daily, Twitter has restored their account - again, without explanation.

But you can still see the video. So what if you really did want America to fail?

The Blaze covers the story here. Michelle Malkin has an excellent post here.

To learn more, you can visit online.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Obama's Fenway Park debut a failure

Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, is celebrating it's 100th year in 2012. So naturally, our campaigner-in-chief had to give a speech. Unfortunately for Barack Hussein Obama, people who pay for admission to Fenway expect to see the Green Monster and a good ballgame, not a Marxist lecture. So they expressed their disapproval. Loudly:

Friday, April 20, 2012

Americans do NOT eat dogs.

But President Barack Hussein Obama did:

'Spreading grades around is good for everyone...'

President Barack Obama, a solid advocate for redistribution of wealth, would be so proud!

Students at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wis. decided to celebrate Tax Day on April 17. And they had a great idea: Circulate a petition demanding that students with good grades be forced to redistribute some of their academic achievement to students with lower grade point averages. It's all about fairness and equity, right?

The fact that many seem to willingly sign the petition proves that these students have a lousy GPA, or that Marxist redistribution theory is alive and well on this campus:

Video Credit: @Halverson1 (Twitter)

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Ted Nugent understands the Constitution better than President Obama

Ted Nugent, once known as the Motor City Madman during his 1970s music heyday, delivered some scathing remarks at a recent gathering of National Rifle Association (NRA) members in St. Louis, Missouri. Nugent is an outspoken advocate for hunting and the Second Amendment to the US Constitution, which guarantees American citizens the right to "keep and bear arms."

Nugent appeared on the Dana Loesch Radio Show on April 17 to expand upon and clarify his anti-Obama remarks. His 13 minutes on the air prove he knows how to simultaneously exercise his First and Second Amendment rights:

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Free Obama money! Oh, wait...

Plenty of gullible citizens are content to live the rest of their lives as leeches, relying on productive people like you to give them free stuff. Unfortunately for them, there are also plenty of scammers ready to take advantage of their ignorance and greed:

Who's wasting our money?

Updated 17 April 2012 3:00pm Eastern

Ever wonder who is wasting millions of your Federal tax dollars?

Barack Hussein Obama's style of spend first, ask questions later government is typified by a previously unknown bureaucrat named Jeff Neely. Neely, a Government Services Administration regional commissioner was apparently in charge of a Las Vegas conference on child care that wasted nearly a million dollars of our money.

Why the GSA even hosts conferences on child care is unknown at this point. The fact that Neely hosted the 21st annual such gathering is even more disturbing.

GSA was given $5.5 billion by Obama's "stimulus" boondoggle, allegedly to convert federal buildings into high-performance green buildings, and build new, energy-efficient federal buildings, courthouses and land ports of entry. Investigators are reviewing GSA records to see how much of that bloated budget has been squandered by Neely and his free-spending GSA co-conspirators.

Neely was subpoenaed to appear before the House Oversight Committee, and just like an organized crime weasel, refused to even confirm his job title.

Here's an excerpt from a post by Penny Star at
[Jeffrey] Neely was subpoenaed as part of a House investigation into a 2010 conference... that sent 300 people to Las Vegas and racked up a tab of more than $850,000, including a $75,000 bike-building event and $130,000 to send 15 scouts to pick the event venue.
Neely, who makes $179,000 annually as the regional GSA regional commissioner in charge of Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, several other countries and territories, evoked his Fifth Amendment right to remain silent when questioned by Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), chairman of the committee. Neely is now on administrative leave and is still receiving his salary.

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee held hearings on April 17 to explore GSA waste, fraud and abuse.

Roll Call has more on Neely's outrageous history of unauthorized spending here.

Stories like this confirm among American citizens the belief that our Federal government has too much of our money. And what is Obama's answer? He continues to argue, cluelessly, that the Federal government needs more "revenue."

Sunday, April 8, 2012

'I disapprove of what you say...'

"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."

 Many people mistakenly attribute the above quote to French writer, deist and philosopher Voltaire.* And in recent days, too many conservatives have mistakenly abandoned this principle as they scurry to distance themselves from John Derbyshire's piece, "The Talk: The NonBlack Version."

It's a familiar phrase in conservative circles, isn't it? "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."

Conservatives rightly decry the social tyranny known as "political correctness," correctly pointing out that liberals violate both spirit and letter of the law in their brash attempts to squelch conservative speech. But what happens when conservatives employ this tactic to discourage speech with which they disagree?

Our founders held that a citizen's freedom of speech - especially political speech - was so important that they amended the United States Constitution in 1791. The first amendment they ratified reads: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

So the Constitution makes it clear that our Federal government has no authority to exercise control over the speech of a private citizen, no matter how disgusting or offensive. But what happens if fellow conservatives independently begin to "outlaw" certain speech, deeming it unacceptable?
Constitutional conservatives have long maintained that our First Amendment guarantees that vile, hateful, disagreeable, unpleasant, foolish and even outright stupid speech is protected by law. In other words, people are free to say almost anything that doesn't actually endanger other people. It may not be wise to say it. It may make the listener or reader or viewer uncomfortable to hear it. But US citizens have an absolute right to speak, write and broadcast their opinions.
That is, until we get to the tenuous topic of race relations in America. Racism remains a subject where conservatives - especially nonBlack conservatives - dare not tread. 
Make no mistake: We don't defend Derbyshire or his ideas. He's a lucid writer, and can do that himself, if he so chooses. Liberals, statists, and actual racists who oppose conservatism for a wide variety of reasons will castigate, ridicule, marginalize, and even threaten Derbyshire. They are the hypocrites who claim to defend free speech rights, but demand the head of anyone who makes what they deem to be an unsavory comment.
But a good number of self-proclaimed conservatives fell all over themselves condemning Derbyshire's writing. "I disapprove of what you say..." was all we heard from them. And we're still hearing that. There was absolutely no defense of a person's right to express thoughts or opinions, even if we don't like them. Perhaps this was an unthinking reaction by critics anxious to avoid being branded a "racist" themselves. Where is the arguably more-important "...but I will defend to the death your right to say it."?
Whatever their motivation, this parade of harsh and instant conservative condemnation accomplished two things. First, it dramatically lessened the likelihood that Americans will ever have a serious, constructive conversation about race relations. We desperately need thoughtful conservatives to discuss the racial divide in America. And it isn't going to be pretty. It's a touchy subject for everyone involved.
Second, it strengthens the hand of racists like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. With the assistance of a willing media, they have driven the narrative for decades. Now that conservatives have destroyed one of their own so swiftly in absolute obedience to the left's dogma, these two have an even tighter lock on the issue.
Who will change this paradigm? Jackson and Sharpton? We now know that racial division is central to Barack Hussein Obama's re-election plan, so it won't be the President or his minions, either. 
If you're a conservative, no matter how offended you are by what Derbyshire has posted, you owe it to your country and to fellow conservatives to defend his right to speak and write.
And here's something Voltaire really did say: "To hold a pen is to be at war." Too many of our friends just retreated, taking their wit and writing instruments to the rear, riding unknowingly under the liberal banner "Raaaaaaaaaaacist."

Reject cowardice! Burn that banner in open defiance of the left, and get back in the fight.

There's a war on, you know:

*This quote is often mis-attributed to Voltaire, but actually appears in Friends of Voltaire, by Evelyn Beatrice Hall, an English writer, who used the pen name Stephen G. Tallentyre.