Trust Going Down The Drain

September 14, 2013

Hopey Changey UPDATE…::: Gallup: Public’s trust in federal government to handle problems reaches 40-year low. “Lower than it was after Watergate, lower than it was at the nadir of Bush’s job approval collapse. Obama promised he’d bring change, and he delivered.”

Hopey-Changey Tyranny is not welcome in America … Transformation going badly for the shuck and jive crowd.

Obama’s Unconstitutional Steps Worse Than Nixon’s

August 16, 2013

A couple of points here, Nixon was impeached, and once the Supreme Court Said slavery was OK with them : Obama’s unconstitutional steps worse than Nixon’s This article is interesting and a worthy read.

Nixon resigned and the Civil War corrected the Supreme Court about slavery.


Woodward: Absurd To Pass Unread Immigration Bill(AMNESTY)

June 24, 2013

It’s like 1986 all over again … Promises made about border  but never intended to be kept.

(BREITBART) — Legendary Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward criticized the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill process, and the new rush to pass the repackaged bill with the amendment.

Woodward added that “when you pass complicated legislation and no one has really read the bill” then “the outcome is absurd.”

Read more at …

“Buy a pig In a Poke” does anyone even know anymore? Goes nicely with our Shuck and Jive pressy. No it’s not racist.

“Shuck and jive” has been used in association with Obama before. Back in 2008, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who was supporting Hillary Clinton at the time, claimed that Obama attempted to “shuck and jive” with the media. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney also used the phrase during a briefing last year, for which he was criticized by conservatives.

Here is a little tune about  ‘Jive Talkin’  … Tell me no lies.

Shadow Of Watergate

June 15, 2013

“It all started with a third-rate break-in into a reporter’s computer…”

“So who? Who has the motive, means, and opportunity? Who would want to do this who could do this?”


“Did a politicized bureaucracy spy on the Romney/ GOP campaign and interfere with a Federal election?” Or was it more sinister?



And the winner is …

Our Wink And A Nod, Banana Republic — The Rule of Law Is Gone

June 9, 2013

It means what Is Is … Do you remember the sex pervert don’t you?

Does anybody think this is true. Did Richard Nixon order the Watergate break in? NO … I think he did not, but he got impeached anyway.

Because the Watergate burglars were hired to do Nixon’s bidding rather he told them to or not, did not matter. A wink and a nod sufficed. Same here.

So we get the Obama stooges and stenographers at the AP trying to tell us, that see, Obama did not have anything to do with “his Watergate”, because “he knows nothing” what his IRS was doing. And their are 157 visits to the White House by the then director to discuss what, the Easter Egg Roll. You believe that don’t you?

Same defense used by the NAZIs in WWII.

How stupid do you think people are AP, you should wise up, before we find you just redundant in the whole news cycle. It’s a total waste of your time to bother clicking on the link I provided.

Actually, President Obama clarified the situation today. He said no one is listening to your phone calls. The president said it’s not what the program is all about. You know, like the IRS isn’t about targeting certain political groups. That’s not what it’s about!

Brothers, From Different Mothers

May 29, 2013

Like brothers from another mother

The man at the top must bear the responsibility ….

Watch the video comparison below (Editor’s note: the following footage has been edited):

Well I’ll be … Multiple pundits and journalists — including CBS’ Bob Schieffer — have speculated that President Barack Obama’s response to the multiple scandals currently plaguing his administration has been eerily similar to former President Richard Nixon’s management of Watergate. With that in mind,Revealing Politics sought out to see if the claims were legitimate.

Here’s a breakdown of the key phrases Revealing Politics focuses on:

Nixon: “I first learned from news reports…”

Obama: “I first learned about it from the same news reports that I think most people learned about this.”

Nixon: “The comments I made during this period, the comments made by my press secretary on my behalf were based on the information provided to us at the time we made those comments.”

Obama: “Keep in mind by the way these so-called talking points that were prepared…pretty much matched the assessments that I was receiving at that time.”

Nixon: “And had we not had that kind of security, and that kind of secrecy that allowed for that kind of exchange that is essential…”

Obama: “Leaks related to national security can put people at risk…”

Nixon: “I must now turn my full attention, and I shall do so once again, to the larger duties of this office…”

Obama: “Others may get distracted by chasing every fleeting issue that passes by, but the middle class will always be my number one focus. Period.”

Many pundits and journalists, including CBS’ Bob Schieffer, have drawn parallels between the Obama White House’s handling of scandals plaguing the administration and Former President Nixon’s management of Watergate. We looked back in the archives to see just how close they were.

IRS Scandal — Worse Than Watergate?

May 28, 2013

Remember Nixon only allegedly wanted to use the IRS, the way Obama used the IRS on his political enemies. As a political bludgeon.


ED DRISCOLL: Obama And The IRS: Worse Than Watergate.

Fortunately, the Washington Post, which sometimes simplifies the events of the 1970s down to thinking of itself as the Paper That Brought You Watergate, is equally hard on Mr. Obama’s men and women as it was on All the President’s Men who served under Mr. Nixon. For example, check out these two recent headlines:

“A White House counsel known for her shoes”
“White House press secretary Jay Carney discusses favorite band, Guided by Voices”

In the 1920s, H.L. Mencken, described his vision of journalism as a fundamentally adversarial one, no matter who was in charge. “It is the prime function of a really first-rate newspaper to serve as a sort of permanent opposition in politics.”

And then there’s whatever the Washington Post is. Journalism, baby.



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