Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood Giveaway: Oil-rich Islands to Russia

May 31, 2012

So you still believe Obama is not Muslim? Then read this … And ask yourself WHY?

The Obama administration, despite the nation’s economic woes, effectively killed the job-producing Keystone Pipeline last month. The Arab Spring is turning the oil production of Libya and other Arab nations over to the Muslim Brotherhood. Iraq is distancing itself from the U.S. And everyone recognizes that Iran, whose crude supplies are critical to the European economy, will do anything it can to frustrate America’s strategic interests. In the face of all of this, Obama insists on cutting back U.S. oil potential with outrageous restrictions.

Why not, this way we become more oil dependent on the Muslim Brotherhood. What could go wrong with that??? OPEC wouldn’t do the bidding of the Muslim Brotherhood, would they?

Obama’s State Department is giving away seven strategic, resource-laden Alaskan islands to the Russians. Yes, to the Putin regime in the Kremlin. The seven endangered islands in the Arctic Ocean and Bering Sea include one the size of Rhode Island and Delaware combined. The Russians are also to get the tens of thousands of square miles of oil-rich seabeds surrounding the islands. The Department of Interior estimates billions of barrels of oil are at stake.

The State Department has undertaken the giveaway in the guise of a maritime boundary agreement between Alaska and Siberia. Astoundingly, our federal government itself drew the line to put these seven Alaskan islands on the Russian side. But as an executive agreement, it could be reversed with the stroke of a pen by President Obama or Secretary Clinton.

Why would you want Alaskan oil, when you ruled by the Muslim Brotherhood’s barrel in absentia? Silly you. You don’t want a defacto rulker why not? You didn’t want to drill, so what’s wrong with giving them a trillion or so dollars to run the worl;d with? We don’t need it

The agreement was negotiated in total secrecy. The state of Alaska was not allowed to participate in the negotiations, nor was the public given any opportunity for comment. This is despite the fact the Alaska Legislature has passed resolutions of opposition – but the State Department doesn’t seem to care.

The imperiled Arctic Ocean islands include Wrangel, Bennett, Jeannette and Henrietta. Wrangel became American in 1881 with the landing of the U.S. Revenue Marine ship Thomas Corwin. The landing party included the famed naturalist John Muir. It is 3,000 square miles in size.

Northwest of Wrangel are the DeLong Islands, named for George Washington DeLong, the captain of USS Jeannette. Also in 1881, he discovered and claimed these three islands for the United States. He named them for the voyage co-sponsor, New York City newspaper publisher James Gordon Bennett. The ship’s crew received a hero’s welcome back in Washington, and Congress awarded them gold medals.

In the Bering Sea at the far west end of the Aleutian chain are Copper Island, Sea Lion Rock and Sea Otter Rock. They were ceded to the U.S. in Seward’s 1867 treaty with Russia.

New Romney Ad

May 31, 2012

Here is a great new Mitt Romney web ad that is called, “The Promise of America.” It basically has the feel of, “Just hold on America – better days are coming!” Just a few more months of the Obama Economy.

Where Dems Fear to Tread

May 31, 2012

National Democrats quarantine Wisconsin in lead-up to recall …

I wonder why this is? Isn’t this the gauge of Union power, unions forcing States to pay them salaries they cannot afford ? And retirement benefits they cannot sustain? Many a State has buckled under the strain, my State of Florida is creaking under the union grasp. What could go wrong, Democrat vote the lucrative contracts and union workers give money to Democrats, so they can keep the ball rolling. What could be the problem?

Simple the people found out, and it very much appears that the public servants now make twice what the average worker who pays the salary makes.

National Democrats are distancing themselves from the Badger State as Wisconsin’s recall election approaches.

Incumbent Republican governor Scott Walker has campaigned with such national GOP luminaries as Govs. Bobby Jindal (R., La.), Nikki Haley (R., S.C.), Chris Christie (R., N.J.), and Bob McDonnell (R., Va.). However, Democratic challenger Tom Barrett, the mayor of Milwaukee, has not been able to bring similar firepower to bear.

“I don’t think national Democrats want to touch Wisconsin with a 10-foot pole,” said Wisconsin GOP spokesman Ben Sparks in an interview with the Free Beacon.

Walker enjoys a seven-point lead over Barrett in the latest public polling. That is consistent with the last several months of polling, which has shown Walker holding a five-point lead. Walker’s strength has been attributed to increasing support for Walker’s policies and voter fatigue with recalls.

Barrett has struggled to attract high-profile national surrogates to campaign with him on the stump.

Isn’t this always the case with public sector unions? Eventually the people find out how the money laundering works, and don’t like it one bit.

Gov. Walker: Our secret weapon is the truth … and truth is what Democrats fear most.

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New York’s Big Nanny: New York Plans to Ban Sale of Big Sizes of Sugary Drinks,

May 31, 2012

WOW, when government starts banning things, people better look at. Now Mayor Doom-breg wants sugary soda’s banned … cause he says so. So there …

New York has already banned guns, so that is out, except he thinks the country should ban guns. When you ask about “don’t Communists and other totalitarian States do that …

New York City plans to enact a far-reaching ban on the sale of large sodas and other sugary drinks at restaurants, movie theaters and street carts, in the most ambitious effort yet by the Bloomberg administration to combat rising obesity.

The proposed ban would affect virtually the entire menu of popular sugary drinks found in delis, fast-food franchises and even sports arenas, from energy drinks to pre-sweetened iced teas. The sale of any cup or bottle of sweetened drink larger than 16 fluid ounces — about the size of a medium coffee, and smaller than a common soda bottle — would be prohibited under the first-in-the-nation plan, which could take effect as soon as next March.

The measure would not apply to diet sodas, fruit juices, dairy-based drinks like milkshakes, or alcoholic beverages; it would not extend to beverages sold in grocery or convenience stores.

Hey who shop[s there? Hmmm, does this sound a little racist too you? Why not call out the hooded night riders, to enforce it. Isn’t that what you did in days gone by? Comon boy’s let’s get ’em.

“Obesity is a nationwide problem, and all over the United States, public health officials are wringing their hands saying, ‘Oh, this is terrible,’ ” Mr. Bloomberg said in an interview on Wednesday in the Governor’s Room at City Hall.

The perfect man, we will do anything, but you will do what I say … That sound like freedom to you?

Pending Home Sales Unexpectedly Slide in April

May 30, 2012

There is that word again — unexpectedly. You wonder when will the AP get tired of recycling the same line of thought? Don’t hold your breath, the media is all in for reelecting Obama, even though their ability to pull off the same lies is in grave doubt.

Contracts to purchase previously owned homes unexpectedly fell in April to a four-month low, undermining some of the recent optimism that the housing sector was touching bottom.

The National Association of Realtors said on Wednesday its Pending Home Sales Index, based on contracts signed in April, fell 5.5 percent to 95.5, its lowest level since December.

Economists polled by Reuters had expected signed contracts, which lead existing home sales by a month or two, to rise 0.1 percent after a previously reported 4.1 percent gain.

The housing market has been one of the U.S. economy’s weakest links as it recovers from the 2007-09 recession, but many economists think the sector will actually add to economic growth in 2012 for the first time since 2005.

The report on pending contracts in April could temper some of that optimism.

Millions of Americans owe more on their homes than they are worth, making them more cautious about spending and holding back the economic recovery.

After a debt-fueled housing bubble, prices have fallen about a third since 2006 according to some measures and the housing market continues to be saddled with an oversupply of unsold properties.

There have been some signs that the deflation in prices could be bottoming out. On Tuesday, the S&P/Case Shiller composite index showed home prices rose for the second month in a row in March.

But Wednesday’s report showed contracts fell 12 percent in the western United States and 6.8 percent in the South. Contracts edged lower in the Midwest and rose slightly in the Northeast.

The National Association of Realtors downplayed the declines.

“All of the major housing market indicators are expected to trend gradually up,” said Lawrence Yun, chief NAR economist.

Signed contracts were up 14.4 percent in the 12 months to April.

See it’s not that bad, just a tiny blip.

Black pastors take up Holder talking points on both election and ‘Gunwalker’

May 30, 2012

The harder the Republicans press forward, the more strident and explosive we can expect the pushback to become. That those who make race the issue are prepared to scream “Racist!” seems certain based on their carefully crafted rhetoric, even as they express confidence “that ‘President Obama is going to get 95 percent of the [African American] vote.’” [More

Today’s Gun Rights Examiner report notes the only way to deal with the true racists is to expose them for what they are, to dare them to take their best shot, and to throw it back in their faces with resolute defiance.

And I bet you thought the KKK and Jim Crow were Republicans. Abe Lincoln was one of the founders of the modern day Republican party, just to refresh. It’s weird that Black people don’t know the party that they are beholden too is the party of the KKK of old.

No POW WOW With You: Cherokees to Elizabeth Warren: ‘We don’t claim you!’

May 30, 2012

Looks like someone is being tossed out in the woods …

More than 150 Cherokee Indians have joined a group online demanding more information from Massachusetts senate candidate Elizabeth Warren about her claims of Native American heritage.

“You claim to be Cherokee. …We don’t claim you!” the group “Cherokees Demand Truth from Elizabeth Warren” declares on its website.

Warren has been embroiled in a controversy for weeks after it was revealed that the Harvard law professor once touted herself as an American Indian minority. She has since struggled to prove those claims as critics argue she claimed that heritage to further her career.

According to a mission statement posted on its website, the group is made up of “authentic Cherokees and descendants devoted to sharing the truth about our history.”

The group said they are made up of descendants from the Cherokee Nation, the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

“Our mission is to help people understand what a real Cherokee is and to show why Elizabeth Warren claiming to be Cherokee without proof is harmful and offensive to us.”

Cornell Law School professor William A. Jacobson first reported the existence of the group Wednesday morning on his Le-gal In-sur-rec-tion blog.

The group states on its website that the group is led by Twila Barnes and David Cornsilk.

“I would like to meet with Ms. Warren, in person, and explain why her false claim of Cherokee ancestry is an issue,” Barnes told Breitbart.com. “She can ignore the questions of a reporter, but can she ignore the questions of a real Cherokee?”

Real Injuns on warpath against bogus Indians.

20,000 APPLY FOR 877 JOBS AT AUTO PLANT — Sign Of The Obama Times

May 30, 2012

20,000 people apply for 877 jobs, dos not sound like the recovery is going well, does it? Sounds like the ‘jobs numbers’ pushed by the media each week, might not be true?

At the Hyundai plant in Montgomery, Alabama more than 20,000 people have applied for one of the 877 job openings.

The surge of people applying may seem unusual, but it’s not.

Take a look:

  • Last summer Ford had more than 18,000 people apply for one of 1,800 jobs at the retooled Louisville plant. That plant will open and start building the Edge SUV in mid-June.
  • In 2011, more than 41,000 applied for one of the 1,300 positions at the new Toyota plant in Tupelo, Mississippi.
  • In 2009, more than 65,000 applied for one of the 2,700 jobs at the new Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, TN. Since opening, that plant has added shifts and is currently hiring another 820 workers.

There’s no doubt the recession and the fact so many Americans are still out of work was the primary factor driving the waves of people applying for jobs at auto plants.

The recovery is going slow, or not at all.

Competition for McJobs Hits Teens: High-School Students with Jobs Hits 20-Year Low

May 30, 2012

It’s getting tough out there, if you are young. Job prospects are way down … Even for hamburger flipper jobs — You remember, under Bush the donks used to call them “not real jobs”. My how times have changed, now there are no jobs to be had.

Economic contraction will do that. But our Ostrich Economics professors thinks he is doing fine.

High school and college kids typically get the jobs that are left over, that no one else really wants, such as working at McDonalds.

However, competition for any job is now so intense, that teens cannot find any job that no one else wants.

As a result of that increased competition, Number of high-school students with jobs hits 20-year low

The American job market is no place for students as the number of employed high schoolers has hit its lowest level in more than 20 years, according to new figures from the National Center for Education Statistics.

In 1990, 32 percent of high school students held jobs, versus just 16 percent now. Blame their elders.

“By definition, teenage workers get the jobs that are left over,” said Charles Hirschman, a sociology professor at the University of Washington who has studied and written about student employment. “When you can’t find someone else to bag your groceries or work construction, often teenagers are the labor force you can count on to pick up that slack for a low wage. But now, with the recession, everybody has moved down. Those jobs aren’t going to teenagers.”

Local McDonald’s managers, for example, are no longer forced to accept young workers who can show up after class. They now have the option to hire older employees with more experience and, in many cases, much more education.

“They think, ‘I can hire this old guy instead. He already knows how to work, so we don’t need to teach him,’ ” said Andrew Sum, director of Northeastern University’s Center for Labor Market Studies.

Obamaville it’s a tough place. Heck even the illegal;s are packing up and walking home these days. The future is in magic beans jobs so says Obama …

Obama Deputy Dampaign Manager Stephanie Cutter defended President Obama’s investment in green energy companies like Solyndra, and said that because of his investments, the “country was prospering.”

“Politics did not play any role and thats a known fact,” she said about the investment in Solyndra, adding that president was “not picking winners or losers” but making “strategic investments” for the country “on behalf of the American people.”

Cutter claimed that Obama’s green energy investments created over a quarter of a million green jobs for America.

“The president was making investments for the country, because he’s not going to cede an entire  industry to China and India,” Cutter said. “And as a result the company – country is prospering.”

Cutter said that Romney went into investment deals to make profits for himself and his investors, not create jobs.

“As a result of that there were always winners and losers,” she added, “But Mitt Romney always won.”

How long do we have to wait for the unicorn to show up? It’s already been over three years, and counting. Maybe, just maybe the unicorn is not real. Ya think?

Chief Spounting Bull Has Gone Silent: The sound of Elizabeth Warren’s silence

May 30, 2012

As Politico notes, The Boston Herald has outdone The Boston Globe in reporting on Elizabeth Warren, although The Globe finally is coming around to some hard reporting after its editorial board declared the issue over weeks ago:

Long before Republican Sen. Scott Brown vs. Elizabeth Warren arrived on the scene, Beantown’s flagship dailies  were duking it out for scoops in one of the last big-city newspaper wars.

And the competition between the archrivals has been on open display as they  scurry to dominate coverage of the nation’s premiere Senate race.

The Herald, though, still is leading the way and is not taking silence for an answer, Elizabeth Warren stays mum on heritage, affirmative action:

A day after closing doors on a Herald reporter’s questions, Elizabeth Warren and her campaign yesterday declined to answer questions about her purported Native American heritage and whether she supports affirmative action, instead issuing the same statement they have released whenever questioned about her minority claims….

The Suffolk poll gave rise to headlines that the false claim of Native American heritage was not hurting Warren.  I’m not believing that.  Where would she be in the polls if not for the controversy?

And where will she be in November when day-after-day The Herald and increasingly The Globre report on the questions surrounding the core of Warren’s narrative?

The sound of Elizabeth Warren’s silence on her false Cherokee ancestry claim is drowning out her class warfare message.  Tha probably benefits all the evil factory owners she loves to lambast, but it can’t be good for her campaign.

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