The Real Newt Gingrich

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When we open our eye’s we will see the truth that is right in front of us. Let’s stop allowing ourselves to be played, Wake Up America!

So Congressman Ron Paul, Are You Now Singing To The Tune Of The Politically Correct?

Although I agree with Ron Paul on most of what he says when it comes to the economy, he’s hasn’t been making much sense these past couple of weeks. I just finished reading yesterday Ron Paul on Quran Burning: “The Real Provocateurs” on Business Wire,com How can you on the one hand as a Libertarian want the government to get out of  your way and yet deny this pastor and his members or any American for that matter the right to burn the Quran or any book which they have purchased themselves? Another thing the hell with the Muslims or anyone else who may get offended. Personally I wouldn’t spend one cent of my hard-earned money to buy a Quran nor would I take the time to burn it either, but  I will not stand in the way of anyone who wants to take these actions either.

Do they show any respect toward the American lives that were killed by those who practice their religion on 9/11. Look how much compassion and respect they’re showing us right now by buying the land considered to be a part of Ground Zero, to build their trophy Mosque! Get real this is sick and perverse and Bloomberg like all others who are involved and allowing this to happen as well as those who defend them have American Blood on their hands!

I’m offended all the time by all our stooges running the country to the ground and making decisions that cost the lives of our brave soldiers.  No one respects a weak person or a weak country! I say bring our troops home let them protect our borders let’s get rid of all our current so-called leaders in government that are the problem and lets send the U.N. looking for another country to live in while they continue to plot against us. One last thing before we bring the troops home, lets nuke those who we are supposed to be at war with. Lets really give them something to be upset about! You sure as hell know that when they have the technology they won t think twice about using it on us!

Another thing all these people who are complaining and saying this isn’t CHRIST or Christian like to burn the Quran and all this other nonsense. Well first of, JESUS was GOD in the flesh, and as GOD,  HE had the power to do as He pleased. We are nothing more than  just mere human with a human nature and like  humans will react in a certain way which will not please those who deny CHRIST and attack Christianity every second of the day that they can. Yet will always name HIM in their argument when it’s convenient for them. I say the HELL with you too.

All off you defending the rights of Muslims and their Quran, where are you when they mock JESUS? You know when they get a crucifix with a Jesus on it  and place it in a cup of urine and call it art? All of you are a bunch of HYPOCRITES and COWARDS and playing right into the hands of those who will make you their slaves!  Wake Up, like always you allow yourselves to be played and manipulated by the puppets who are following  the orders of their Masters!

President Obama’s Recovery Summer Vacation

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Restoring Honor Rally

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2Small2Succeed Report

Where Are the New Jobs?

08/25/2010

“Corporate profits are soaring. Companies are sitting on billions of dollars of cash. And still, they’ve yet to amp up hiring or make major investments.”

So writes The Washington Post about the recession’s stubborn refusal to go away. The statisticians at the National Bureau of Economic Research declared the Great Recession over — but tell that to people who can’t find jobs. Today, businesses replace equipment and inventory, but they are reluctant to hire new workers. Investment that does occur aims at replacing the use of labor by adopting advanced technology. In a growing economy, that’s a sign of progress. Freed-up workers are then available for new projects. But lately, those new projects aren’t being launched…read more Human Events Continue reading

This Just In: White House Disappointed with America…Again!

THE FOUNDRY

Posted August 24th, 2010 at 2:00pm in American Leadership, First Principles

This morning, the U.S. State Department announced that the U.S. had submitted its “Report of the United States of America” to the United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Human Rights. This report was submitted as part of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) conducted by the UN Human Rights Council (HRC). In November, the U.S. Administration will formally present the findings of its report to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. Judging from the content of the U.S. report, that November presentation will consist of much wailing and gnashing of teeth over the inadequacy of America.

The U.S. report is revealing of how the current administration views the American people and America’s place in the world. The first section of the report (entitled “A more perfect union, a more perfect world”) begins by quoting the Declaration of Independence, The U.S. Constitution, and Obama White House documents, including President Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech. Though presented as coherent and harmonious thoughts, the intellectual inconsistency among these documents is striking.

Whereas the Declaration and the Constitution assert American independence and a realistic assessment of human nature, the U.S. UPR report declares that America’s international role is to help “build a world in which universal rights give strength and direction to the nations, partnerships, and institutions that can usher us toward a more perfect world, a world characterized by, as President Obama has said, ‘a just peace based on the inherent rights and dignity of every individual.’” With this in mind, the White House, cannot be satisfied with imperfection at home in America. Addressed to an international audience, the report contains many statements of dissatisfaction with America’s record, including:

We are not satisfied with a situation where the unemployment rate for African Americans is 15.8%, for Hispanics 12.4%, and for whites 8.8%, as it was in February 2010. We are not satisfied that a person with disabilities is only one fourth as likely to be employed as a person without disabilities. We are not satisfied when fewer than half of African-American and Hispanic families own homes while three quarters of white families do. We are not satisfied that whites are twice as likely as Native Americans to have a college degree….

At our UPR consultations, including the meeting in Detroit, Michigan, Muslim, Arab-American, and South Asian citizens shared their experiences of intolerance and pressed for additional efforts to challenge misperceptions and discriminatory stereotypes, to prevent acts of vandalism, and to combat hate crimes. The federal government is committed to ongoing efforts to combat discrimination: the Attorney General’s review of the 2003 Guidance Regarding the Use of Race by Federal Law Enforcement Agencies (discussed below), as well as efforts to limit country-specific travel bans, are examples….

In addressing the war against Al Qaeda, the UPR report stated, the White House has “directed that individuals detained in any armed conflict shall in all circumstances be treated humanely and shall not be subjected to violence to life and person, nor to outrages upon personal dignity, whenever such individuals are in the custody or under the effective control of the United States Government or detained within a facility owned, operated, or controlled by the United States. Such individuals shall not be subjected to any interrogation technique or approach that is not authorized by and listed in Army Field Manual 2-22.3, which explicitly prohibits threats, coercion, physical abuse, and water boarding.”

Disappointed in both America’s history and current situation, the UPR report declares to the world that the Obama Administration looks “to the future with pride and hope.”

When reading the UPR report, the salient words of Alexander Hamilton should come to mind. In Federalist No. 6, Hamilton warned Americans not to listen to “visionary or designing men, who stand ready to advocate the paradox of perpetual peace” and who wish to “soften the manners of men.” If someone can honestly believe that perfection and peace is possible through politics, then that person, according to Hamilton, “must be far gone in Utopian speculations.” It would appear that the White House is fundamentally dissatisfied with life on planet earth, and the United States of America, in particular. Yet, there are things government can do, and things government cannot do. The Obama Administration should focus on the former, and stop lamenting the absence of utopian peace on earth.

Source The Heritage Foundation

“Those Voices Don’t Speak for the Rest of Us”

A Real American President
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