Friday, March 10, 2017

It All Depends on Which Side You're On

Children of the Left, have you no shame? Can you not see your own inconsistency? Do you not care? Did you not really say what you really said because you really ignore that you really said it, therefore you did not say it?

Answers: You have no shame, you cannot see your own inconsistency, you do not care and you think that if you ignore what you once said you never said it.

In at least 11 different instances, then President Barack Obama referred to slaves as immigrants. He was not so much as questioned about it. Ben Carson says exactly the same thing and is ravaged for it by the Children of the Left.

Barack Obama:

At a DNC Event in Harlem, March 29, 2011
And so what we wanted to do was adapt to the times, adapt to the 21st century, but also remind ourselves that there are some old-fashioned, timeworn values; that whether your forebears landed at Ellis Island or they came here on a slave ship or they crossed the Rio Grande, or however they got here, they typically had a commitment to hard work and a commitment to community and a commitment to family and a willingness to dream big dreams, and a patriotism that was not rooted in ethnicity but was rooted in a creed and a set of ideals and a belief that in America anything was possible.

DNC event in California, April 22, 2011
no matter what you look like or where you come from, whether you landed here — your ancestors landed here on Ellis Island or they came here on a slave ship, or they just came over the Rio Grande, that we are all connected to one another and we all rise and fall together.

At Commencement Speech at Miami-Dade College April 29, 2011
We didn’t raise the Statue of Liberty with its back to the world; we raised it with its light to the world.  Whether your ancestors came here on the Mayflower or a slave ship; whether they signed in at Ellis Island or they crossed the Rio Grande — we are one people.

At A DNC Event on April 28, 2011
I want a confident America where, yes, everybody makes sacrifices, but nobody bears all the burden, and we live up to the idea that no matter who we are, no matter what we look like, no matter whether our ancestors landed on Ellis Island or came here on a slave ship or crossed the Rio Grande, we are all connected to one another.

DNC Event in Austin, Texas on May 10, 2011
…no matter who you — what you look like, or who you are, no matter whether your ancestors landed on Ellis Island or came over here on a slave ship or crossed the Rio Grande, that we’re all connected to one another, and that we rise or fall together.

DNC Event in Boston, May 18, 2011
…whether our ancestors landed on Ellis Island or came here on a slave ship or crossed the Rio Grande, we believe that we are all connected and we rise and fall together. And that is a strength.  That is the strength of America.  That’s the heart of the idea of America.

DNC Event in Philadelphia, June 30, 2011
The idea that no matter what we look like or who we are, no matter whether our ancestors came from Ellis Island or on a slave ship, or across the Rio Grande, that we are all connected to one another, and that we rise and fall together.

At a Gala for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, September 2011
everybody makes sacrifices, but nobody has to bear the burden alone, and everybody shares in our success; where we live up to the idea that no matter what you look like, no matter where you come from, no matter what your surname — whether your ancestors landed at Ellis Island, or came over on a slave ship, or crossed the Rio Grande — we are all connected, and we all rise and fall together.

Forum on American Latino Heritage, October 2011
We’re connected by the future we want for ourselves and our children.  And we determine our own destiny here.  Whether your ancestors came from a — came over on a slave ship, or crossed the Rio Grande, or were here long before the country was founded, we’re in this together.  And we have the opportunity right now to determine our own destiny.

While addressing a crowd at the National Archives and Records Administration in 2012
We say it so often, we sometimes forget what it means — we are a nation of immigrants. Unless you are one of the first Americans, a Native American, we are all descended from folks who came from someplace else — whether they arrived on the Mayflower or on a slave ship, whether they came through Ellis Island or crossed the Rio Grande.

Remarks at a Naturalization Ceremony at the National Archives and Records Administration
December 15, 2015
It wasn't always easy for new immigrants. Certainly, it wasn't easy for those of African heritage who had not come here voluntarily and yet in their own way were immigrants themselves. There was discrimination and hardship and poverty. But, like you, they no doubt found inspiration in all those who had come before them. And they were able to muster faith that, here in America, they might build a better life and give their children something more.

It probably comes as no surprise, except from the Children of the Left, that Barack H. Obama was even worse than Ben Carson, when it comes to his assertions that slaves were immigrants.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Freedom of the Press?

So, Andrea Mitchell gets tossed after yelling her questions at Secretary Tillerson about Russia. And she got no answers to her questions.

Violation of the First Amendment's "freedom of the press," right?

Let's review, children of the left.

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.

"Congress" (noun): The United States' national legislative body established by the Constitution of 1787, made up of two houses: the Senate and the House of Representatives.

"Congress" is the subject of the sentence (and it is all one sentence, dealing with one subject followed by qualifiers). The whole amendment is about what Congress cannot do. It is not about what any other entity can or cannot do, only Congress.

The verb of the sentence is "make" as found in the predicate phrase"...shall make no law..."

Ask "who or what" after the verb to find the object of the sentence. The object of the sentence is "law," preceded by its qualifier, "no." What it says is, the lawmakers cannot make a law about the things mentioned in the rest of the sentence.

The First Amendment does not say that the press has to be invited to any governmental event, or have all of its questions answered.

(Press conferences are held for the purpose of informing the public, through the press, of policies and procedures of their government. However, it is not required of the government to fully inform the public of all matters all of the time. National security matters are usually not discussed. Ongoing investigations usually are not discussed. Items not yet settled or in a state of flux usually are not discussed. Discussing these things would improperly inform the public, leading to misinterpretation and misinformation.)

The rest of the sentence explains what is referenced by the first five words. Stated another way, the First Amendment says that lawmakers of the government of the United States of America cannot make any law, pro or con about a religious establishment and its practices, about what an individual person can or cannot say, about what media (the press) can or cannot say, about people gathering together peaceably, or about the people's right to express grievances against the government.

It does not reference what a state can or cannot do with respect to these things, nor does it reference what a countycity or individual can or cannot do with respect to them. For instance, in my home certain words are not allowed. A person who is too immature to control his/her language is not welcomed in my house and there is nothing  the federal government can Constitutionally do about it.

So, Andrea, having tried to force members of a meeting to pay attention to you or answer your situationally inappropriate questions, you were escorted out of the meeting...properly so. You complained, "We haven't had any time in here." And the proper response is, "So what?" There is no law that says you should have time in there.

You looked pretty sad, Andrea. Pretty sad. I think you need to attend a good journalism school, one in which the actual meaning of the Constitution is taught.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Never Done Before

How could a man like President Donald Trump dare use his executive powers to deal with the immigration issue facing our country. No other president in the history of our nation has ever dared to do such a thing. None. Never. Especially never a Democrat.

Oh wait...what?


Friday, March 3, 2017

Moron Fake News

Liberals just love a good story, written by one of their favorite people, especially when that story makes one of their most hated people look bad.

That bastion of fair reporting, CNN, wrote an article purporting that now Vice President, Mike Pence, used personal email to conduct state business while he was governor of Indiana and that email was hacked in a phishing scam.

WOW! And to think he dared to accuse Hillary Clinton of the "same thing." Only it wasn't the same thing, not even close.

As reported in The Right Scoop:

What CNN doesn’t tell you in this article is that Indiana law doesn’t require public officials to only use government email. Here’s an excerpt from a more thorough and accurate NPR article:

Under Indiana law, public officials are allowed to use personal email accounts… As the Star notes, the law is “generally interpreted” to require public officials to save any emails related to official business in order to follow open records laws. A Pence spokesman says the vice president complied with that requirement.

So it was completely legal for Pence to do this. Why didn’t CNN include this fact?
While CNN is perfectly happy to call what Hillary Clinton did "perfectly alright," even though what she did violated federal law, they did not bother to tell you that what Pence did was perfectly legal under the laws by which he was governed at the time.
CNN also failed to point out that then Governor Pence actually turned over those emails voluntarily. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, had to be forced to turn over her federally illegal emails, and we don't really know whether all have yet been released.
In the end, any fool could see, even a liberal Democrat fool, that Pence violated no law and took steps that were not required to verify that he had not violated any law.
But don't think for a moment that will stop CNN from reporting stories falsely. Like GEICO Insurance policy holders saving money, it's what they do. 
CNN is astonished that anyone could think they purvey FAKE NEWS, and then they go right out and do exactly that. When they get caught the feign innocence and get all huffy about being accused. 
How long will it take liberals to realize how they are being manipulated and deceived by the very news sources they explicitly trust?
Answer: Forever.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Impeach Trump? For What?

They screeched lovingly.
So, various groups of Democrats have called for the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump. Representative Keith Ellison, for instance, says that Donald Trump has already done "a number of things" that raise the question of impeachment. (Check it out HERE.)

As Mark Levin said, "Do the Democrats understand they need to control the House of Representatives to impeach somebody?"

The answer is, "No." They are in such panic mode that they are not thinking straight. Impeaching President Donald Trump would be impossible, given the current make-up of the House.

Besides, what could they impeach him for? Incompetence? Incompetence might be awkward, it might be a bad thing, but it is not an impeachable offence. Incompetence is not treason, it is not bribery, it is not a high crime and it is not a misdemeanor. 

The Constitution of the United States of America is clear:

Article II of the United States Constitution states in Section 4 that "The President, Vice President, and all civil Officers of the United States shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other High Crimes and Misdemeanors."

So, Democrats and other liberals, just keep on doing what you are doing...coming completely unhinged. Keep jumping up and down and screaming. Keep pouting. Keep acting like total buffoons. (Come to think of it, they are probably not acting.)

The only thing you are about to accomplish is your own demise. 

Monday, February 27, 2017

The Honest Press

"...You look at what's happening last night in Sweden..."

So the MainStream Media, so intent on dissing President Trump, takes his words, ascribes to them their own meaning and report that Trump said there had been an attack in Sweden the night before.

That is NOT what he said. He just didn't. He flat out did NOT say there had been an attack of any kind in Sweden. Read the captions in the video. I have a $100.00 bill for anyone who can find where President Trump said there had been an attack in Sweden.

"But we know what he meant!" scream's the MSM. No, not a single one of you is a mind reader. You do NOT know what he meant. The night before a media outlet had reported on issues in Sweden. That is what he was referencing, not a terrorist attack.

All of the countries he mentioned are having problems because they are letting un-vetted immigrants in, INCLUDING SWEDEN! To say otherwise is stupid and foolish, a perfect definition of the MainStream Media.

So, they fact checked President Trump. Only they fact checked something he did not say. Then they said that he said it. Then the whole world believed that he said it, because they all know you can trust the MainStream Media...right?

Only he didn't say it.

The MSM are the liars...just like Trump said.

Right again.