Dear Fellow Conservative,
Last night, the Wisconsin State Assembly passed Governor Walker's budget repair bill, sending the bill to the Senate for a vote. However, Democrat State Senators are still missing and state police were dispatched to the homes of multiple Senate Democrats who fled the state in an attempt to block the bill from becoming law.
The Democrats in our state continue to hurl accusations of dictatorship and suggestions of violence. Radical members of the left are creating havoc at the cost of Wisconsin taxpayers. They're using increasingly vile language is pushing our state to the brink and we must act swiftly to push back.
We're fighting back against the extreme left in support of Governor Walker and the Republican State Senators who, unlike their Democrat counterparts, are doing their jobs and acting in the best interest of the taxpayers, not to mention the core conservative principles we share. But our strength is based on your support. And the cost of pushing back against these liberal groups is mounting.
The Democrats' over-the-top rhetoric is a transparent attempt to fill the void left by their hollow arguments and empty promises to taxpayers. This type of violent and sensational language from the left is an insult to you and me. Governor Walker and legislative Republicans' electoral victories over tax-and-spend Democrats last fall is what democracy looks like.
If we are able to work together to secure a victory, it will deliver a crushing blow to the extremists' far left agenda that is bankrupting not only our state, but our entire country. Please join our fight today. Thank you.
Republican Party of Wisconsin.
P.S. The fight for victory in Wisconsin is not over yet! As I type this email, liberal groups are organizing large scale protests and hurling radical accusations at Governor Scott Walker and Republican legislators. We're fighting back with all of our might, but the cost to do so is growing. We need your support right away. Please follow this link to make a secure, online donation to the Committee to Elect a Republican Senate. Your urgent support is needed. Drive the extreme left crazy- make a donation today!
Committee to Elect a Republican Senate
Post Office Box 2741 Madison, Wisconsin 53701
Friday, February 25, 2011
Saturday, February 19, 2011
We have come a long way since John Steinbeck's days of Cannery row... America has changed and I am wondering if the usefulness of UNIONS have come to pass. Guy Cecil, DSCC, wrote that he has been watching what’s going on in Wisconsin, and it’s just one more example of how extreme Republicans have gotten. Guy accuses the repubics of trying to balance the national budget on the backs of those who can least afford it. Guy also observed that the repubics are launching an attack on teachers, prison guards and other public employees – the very workers who educate children and keep America safe. And, the repubics are trying to strip away most collective bargaining rights and increasing the cost of UNION health care.
On the other hand, Conservatives dispute all that DSCC and the progressives say indicating that UNIONS are breaking the backs of state budgets and hold the people of the country hostage while protecting their own benefits...
I am wondering?
Wednesday, February 03, 2010
We can not even give terrorists sponge baths to encourage them to talk..... After all, Eric "Obama's Legal Beagle" Holder nixed interrogating the panty bomber and made em read the Miranada warnings. Wonder if any of the Delta Airlines passengers had tingles up and down their legs when they found out that the panty bomber was fully protected under the American rules of law?
It appears to me that Holder shielded the pantie bomber from the National Security High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group (HIG).
In a previous press release, 08/2009, A/G Holder touted the use of the HIG. ".....creating the new interrogation unit, first reported by The Washington Independent, drew heavily from a proposal given to the task force in the spring by three security experts: Philip Heymann, a former deputy attorney general, forensic psychiatrist Robert Fein, and former CIA official John MacGaffin. The three, who contribute to a government advisory body called the Intelligence Science Board, recommended drawing a team together from the best interrogators from across the government to employ the best proven interrogation techniques for eliciting information humanely, and to create an institutional study of available social science information to inform interrogations. Both proposals were embraced by the task force, and one of the senior administration officials on the conference call praised the Intelligence Science Board’s work as “very thorough.”
The interrogations task force that recommended creating the new interrogation unit was chaired by Holder and co-chaired by Dennis Blair, the director of national intelligence and Bob Gates, the secretary of defense. It was run by J. Douglas Wilson, chief of the National Security Unit in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California. Holder released a statement saying the HIG would “yield valuable intelligence and strengthen our national security” and pledged that “there is no tension between strengthening our national security and meeting our commitment to the rule of law.” source used: Obama Announces New Interagency Interrogation Force « The Washington Independent "
The Obama administration’s most egregious national security blunders over the past year can be traced back to the Department of Justice. From the handling of the interrogation and incarceration of the accused Christmas Day bomber to the decision to try the 9/11 terrorists in civilian courts, these national security misjudgments have made the United States less safe in the War on Terror. While the buck ultimately stops with President Obama, it is now clear, after a year of mistakes, that Eric Holder has failed in his role as Attorney General. He must go.
When Eric Holder was nominated for the post of Attorney General there was a small glimmer of hope among some conservatives that he would be reasonable when it came to war on terror issues. That hope was almost entirely based on a 2002 interview with CNN where Holder stated, correctly, that it was “hard for me to see how members of Al Qaeda could be considered prisoners of war” and thus entitled to the “protection of the Geneva Convention.” He continued: “One of the things we clearly want to do with these prisoners is to have an ability to interrogate them and find out what their future plans might be, where other cells are located,” he told then-CNN anchor Paula Zahn. “Under the Geneva Convention…you are really limited in the amount of information that you can elicit from people.” Courtesy of FoxNews
Holder apparently pulled the plug when the HIG should have been used.... Go figure, it is the Obama adminstration. Move the goal posts when needed, fudge and smudge the facts, and then deny like hell anything that is not on their current agenda.....
Two months after his Inauguration,President Obama reiterated, "Now, do these folks deserve Miranda rights? Do they deserve to be treated like a shoplifter down the block? Of course not."
Well folks, the joke's on us as usual from the Obama administration.
In fact, it was Sarah Palin who said at the GOP convention: "Al Qaeda terrorists still plot to inflict catastrophic harm on America, and he's worried that someone won't read them their rights." Sarah was right on the mark....
Courtesy of The Weekly Standard
How is that hope and change going for ya?
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Islam is a religion of conquest, not peace. The only “peace” Islam preaches is the “peace” wherein the entire world is subject to Sharia Law and acknowledges that Allah is God and Mohammed is his prophet. Muslims cannot renounce a single word in the Koran for every word, according to them, proceeded from Allah’s mouth. Mohammed is the “perfect” man to Muslims, so if he killed infidels, married 9 year-old girls, slaughtered thousands of people, married his nephew’s wife, and called Jews ‘pigs and monkeys’, then nothing he said or did is to be questioned or doubted. Courtesy of David Swindle, hattip to David Horowitz
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Courtesy of Byron York 11/11/2009 Washington Examiner…. After years of trailing far behind Democrats, Republicans have now surpassed Democrats as the public's choice in the 2010 congressional elections. In response to the latest so-called "generic ballot" question from the Gallup organization -- "If elections for Congress were being held today, which party's candidate would you vote for in your congressional district?" -- the new results are 48 percent for Republicans versus 44 percent for Democrats among registered voters, and 46 percent for Republicans versus 44 percent for Democrats among adults nationwide.
It's an extraordinary turnaround for the GOP. Last July, Democrats held a six-point lead. Last December, Democrats held a 15-point lead. At one point in 2007, Democrats held a 23-point lead, and for all of that year, 2007, Democrats held a double-digit lead.
The new Republican lead is the result of a dramatic move of independents toward the Republican party. In the new poll, according to Gallup, the GOP leads among independents, 52 percent to 30 percent -- whopping 22-point margin. Last month, the Republican lead among independents was just nine points, and in July, the GOP lead was a single point. So among independents, the Republican lead has gone from one point to 22 points in less than six months -- with much of lead accumulating in the last month.
'This administration has pulled off an astonishing hat trick -- they have irritated Democrats, alienated independents and energized Republicans," says the Republican National Committee in a statement on the poll released this morning. "Last Tuesday's election made it official -- Americans, and especially they independent-minded voters, are soundly rejecting the big-government, over-reaching policies of President Obama and Washington Democrats. The voters have demonstrated tremendous backlash to the Obama administration's hard turn to the left. Republicans are the party of conservative problem-solvers while the Democrats have clearly demonstrated they are the party of big-government simply by the policies they have supported -- a failed stimulus package, a trillion dollar government-run health care experiment, and a job-killing national energy tax."
Thursday, October 22, 2009
"Since Muslims make up 20% of the world's population, their involvement in over 50% of the world's terrorist groups is telling and troubling"
But it is "Islamophobic" to notice, doncha know.
"An(other) Inconvenient Truth--about Terrorism," by Timothy Rhea Furnish for the History News Network, October 19 (thanks to the astounding Kathy Shaidle):
So, just over half the world's terrorist organizations are Muslim in origin and function. No other religious ideology is close--not even, most notably, Christianity (with its 2 billion+ membership, you'd think more would be involved in violence, wouldn't you?). Since Muslims make up 20% of the world's population, their involvement in over 50% of the world's terrrorist [sic] groups is telling and troubling--and something the NIS is loathe to admit, thus tainting its claim to "know...the nature of the threats."
Link to article History News Network
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Monday, March 09, 2009
It has been increasingly quiet for American service personnel in Iraq in the past few weeks. Looks like President Oby won the war, in less than 45 days. Now he can concentrate on pulling the troops out of Afghanistan, pulling the plug on missile shield in eastern Europe, throw eastern European friends under the socialist bus, side with the Russians, throw Israel under the bus, side with the Arabs, etc etc.
all in a days work for President Oby.
But, Iraq, President Oby won the war in less than 45 days. He straightened out Bush's Quagmire.....