Lame Cherry published
How stupid do you have to be B. Hussein Obama in sending out Bill Clinton to bribe Joe Sestak?
This is Hillarious in what the Clinton’s have set up in Hillary got Bill to be humiliated in sending him off to North Korea, but payback is a bitch, because the Clinton’s hung around the White House as “trusted” comrades, just long enough for a felony to occur.
Rebuttal letter sent to talk show host and political commentator Steve Frank
Mr. Frank, you are slandering me and defrauding the public again and again.
The fact that my opponent lifelong Democrat Damon Dunn, running in Republican primary, defrauded the public, was not known to you before. I did not bring this issue before, since I did not have all the evidence before, and neither did you.
The letter from the Registrar of voters in Duval County, FL about Dunn calling them and asking to delete his records from the database was obtained by me last month when I went to FL to participate in the litigation against health care reform . You did not have this letter before. It was obtained by me on April 13, 2010, one day before the Health care reform hearing on April 14, 2010
The Right Side of Life published
What’s the first sign that someone’s recollection isn’t the truth? The facts don’t line up.
You knew it had to happen.
Byron York over at the WashingtonExaminer found a very juicy tid-bit of this quickly-developing saga that was located — of all places — in The New York Times: Sestak was ineligible for job Clinton offered (excerpted):
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Would you be satisfied if your only access to a computer was to try to boot up one that hadn’t been used or tested since 1992? That’s the predicament of our nuclear deterrent on which we depend for our ultimate physical survival.
On April 8 in Prague, President Obama signed what is called the New START bilateral arms control agreement. It reads like it was written by the Russians and has nothing good in it for the United States.
A public community college in California has set up a scholarship fund for immigrant students — including illegal immigrants. The $2,500 scholarship has sparked anger by some, including at least one lawmaker who is threatening to cut off federal funding to the school.
‘We reiterate our total rejection of criminalization of immigration’
By Bob Unruh
© 2010 WorldNetDaily
Lawmakers from Arizona who oppose their state’s crackdown on illegal aliens are joining up with lawmakers from the Mexican state of Sonora to call on the Organization of the American States for a fix.
[David Crockett comment] Those lawmakers, and I want a list of their name published on this site, teaming up with Mexican lawmakers are either intentionally or as the result of criminal stupidity aiding the proponents of the establishment of Aztlan on the land of our Southwestern States and by consequence are to be considered traitors. It is obvious that their anti-American activities are supported by Barry Soetoro the Traitor in Chief defiling our White House and his NAU crowd. We cannot let then get away with this. [End David Crockett comment]
The Arizona statute, which essentially duplicates federal law to allow law enforcement officers to check the legal status of those they have reasonable suspicion may be in the United States illegally, has been targeted by Mexican authorities.
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Read Live Oak prosecutor fired for speaking to tea party, others for more background - David Crockett
Many of you have heard about the firing of KrisAnne Hall, the local state attorney who has spoken on the U.S. Constitutiuon at several of our events. According to her boss, State Attorney Skip Jarvis, he knew she was speaking at certain gatherings and “turned a blind eye to it” but when he received a complaint last month that Hall was speaking at gatherings that were “discussing a desire for less government and smaller budgets,” he said he had to take action! We are planning a rally on Thursday, June 3, 2010 in front of the State Attorney’s office (located in the Bank of America building on Hwy 129 in Live Oak, Florida.)
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Judge appears to be stonewalling scandal linked to White House
By Drew Zahn
© 2010 WorldNetDaily
Former Inspector General Gerald Walpin, whose dismissal by President Obama last year has been challenged by congressmen as potentially illegal political retaliation, is now stepping up the battle to get his job back, accusing the judicial system of stalling his case and, thus, doing the White House a convenient favor.
Court documents filed last week accuse U.S. District Court Judge Richard Roberts of failing to act within federally mandated time requirements and “doing nothing at all” to move the case forward.
Similarly, a joint congressional report by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., which found the administration had failed to comply with requirements of the law and “orchestrated an after-the-fact smear campaign to justify the president’s action,” has been allowed to languish.
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IS THIS STORY CREDIBLE?
by Sharon Rondeau
(May 28, 2010) — One day after Obama promised a statement from the White House regarding the claim by Rep. Joe Sestak that a “high-ranking position” in the regime had been offered to him if he agreed to drop out of the PA Senate race, the story is that White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel asked former president Bill Clinton “to talk to Sestak about the race.”
However, the story which Sestak first told on Larry Kane’s show and to several other news outlets in February and again in March was that he was offered a “high-ranking” position within the administration if he abandoned his plans to run for the Senate. When Kane asked Sestak if he was “offered a job by someone in the White House,” Sestak had answered “Yes,” but did not elaborate further. He did not mention Bill Clinton.
Alaska governor signs Firearms Freedom Act into law
By Bob Unruh
© 2010 WorldNetDaily
Alaska has become the eighth state to declare that firearms made, sold and owned in the state are beyond the reach of the federal bureaucrats along the Potomac, with Gov. Sean Parnell’s signature on the plan today.
“The Alaska Firearms Freedom Act frees Alaskans from overly bureaucratic and restrictive federal firearm regulation, and allows our state to assume the responsibility for regulation,” said Rep. Mike Kelly, the lead sponsor on the plan endorsed by lawmakers in the recently closed session of the Alaska Legislature.
“The Interstate Commerce Clause is used by the federal government to regulate firearms that cross state borders. The Alaska Firearms Freedom Act makes it clear that Alaskans will be responsible for firearms that are made in Alaska, for use in Alaska, and have ‘Made in Alaska’ stamped on them.