Pantsuits For America Dot Com…

Pantsuits For America

“The framing of the Clinton email/pay-to-play scandal, though, is proceeding as expected. We’ve gone from pretending the offense is nothing to pretending it’s nothing more than a “self-inflicted wound” – a problem of faulty decision-making rather premeditated misconduct.”  (The Hillary Scandals Aren’t About Personal Failings, They’re About Corruption)

I think we are at the point where Clinton’s campaign has become a national ethics, integrity and intelligence test for the media, pundits, your friends and family members, and especially for Clinton supporters. For the Clintons, it’s a matter of how gutsy they can get in saying ridiculous things they know are ridiculous and expecting everyone to shrug it off…except those bad conservatives, Republicans and Clinton haters, of course. You can recognize them by the fact that they don’t shrug those statements off with a smile and a “That’s our Bill!” or “Don’t talk to my brain about the election, I’m voting with my vagina!” — Ethics Alarms

[Bill Clinton]’s got a shell corporation, a pass-through, and he was using that to hide money. He was using that to shelter money. He started a consulting business, in addition to everything else, the Crime Family Foundation, the Clinton Library and Massage Parlor, the charitable foundation, all these things, he then added a consultancy business to it, and the payments were funneled through the shell corporation … Obama confirmed Hillary as his choice for secretary of state just two days prior.  Obama names her secretary of state on December 1st, 2008.  Two days later, Clinton forms his shell corporation, his pass-through corporation to accept payments for his new consultancy group. The point of this is that everything this couple has done, every dime they’ve raised — well, the vast majority of every dime they’ve raised, has been on the come. It has been bribes. (The Clinton Crime Family Fraud)

“We came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt.” Hillary Clinton

If misdeeds were dollars, the Clintons should be rolling in dough.  But hey, Hillary’s net worth is only a meager $21  and a half million bucks, while Slick Willie’s sitting on a paltry $80 million.  That should settle it. These two are obviously as honest as a pair of raccoons in a fish market.

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The Saturday Evening Post-Op, Obama Edition

Saturday Evening Post-Op

“Obama weighed in on Bruce Jenner’s transformation into Caitlyn Jenner on this month’s cover of Vanity Fair, hailing the former Olympian for having the ‘courage’ to do so publicly.” (Obama Uses Social Media to Praise Bruce Jenner’s Transition)

“Obama took time Monday to address a concern that really matters for every American: Bruce Jenner’s transformation into Caitlyn Jenner. Unlike the death of famed sniper and American hero Chris Kyle or the terrorist murders of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, Obama responded to the former Olympians debut as a woman on the cover of Vanity Fair with lightning speed, tweeting his support mere hours after the unveiling.” (Obama praises courage of Bruce Jenner; Americans introduce him to Chris Kyle)

Only in the demented world of Barack Obama and the 3% of the public who proudly proclaim membership in the light brigades of the LGBT does the definition of “courage” mean a disturbed willingness to voluntarily truncate your junk.  Mr. Jenner and his cheering section don’t need kudos; they need therapy.  And the so-called “president” needs to get his priorities straight. Well, maybe he has:

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The Art Of The Grift

True RomanceThe Dysfunctional Duo … taking the art of the Grift to a whole new level …

GrifterThe “Reverend” Al, a world-class grifter in his own right, has passed along his trove of worldly wisdom to his daughter:

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Disaster Area — Any Place Governed By A Democrat

Disastrous Dems

“I think we as a country have to do some soul-searching.” — Barack Obama

“Barack Obama is right – America does indeed have some soul-searching to do, namely regarding the terrible mistake in allowing Mr. Obama to be its president.” — D.W. Ulsterman

But bad as is the current pretender to the throne, it’s not only the man; it’s his Party.  From Vietnam to the Iran hostage crisis to the rise of ISIS; from Watts to Ferguson to Baltimore; from “what the meaning of is, is…” to “you didn’t build that,”  the tax-and-spend, cut-and-run resumes  of Democrats from Lyndon Johnson to Barack Obama  chronicle incompetence, malfeasance, and unmitigated disaster enough to make any reasonably sane observer wonder why anyone would continue to vote for such incorrigible jackasses.

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As American As … Apple Pie??

FlashbackSetting aside the legal criteria required to hold the office of the President, it doesn’t much matter whether a man was born in Oahu or Lower Slobbovia.  The essence of being American means subscribing to a set of principles on governorship as codified in the U.S. Constitution.  By that measure — which is the only one that really counts — Barack Obama (and by extension, the modern Democratic Party)  is as anti-American as it gets.

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Snakes In The White House

Obama Gets (Is)Rael)Compared to Barack Obama, Benedict Arnold was a rank amateur…

“President Obama has strengthened Israel’s defense in concrete and unprecedented ways …” — White House blog

“They have to fly over our airspace in Iraq. Are we just going to sit there and watch?” — Zbigniew Brzezinski, Former national security advisor to Jimmy Carter

The Bethlehem-based news agency Ma’an has cited a Kuwaiti newspaper report Saturday, that US President Barack Obama thwarted an Israeli military attack against Iran’s nuclear facilities in 2014 by threatening to shoot down Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran. Following Obama’s threat, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was reportedly forced to abort the planned Iran attack. According to Al-Jarida, the Netanyahu government took the decision to strike Iran some time in 2014 soon after Israel had discovered the United States and Iran had been involved in secret talks over Iran’s nuclear program and were about to sign an agreement in that regard behind Israel’s back. The report claimed that an unnamed Israeli minister who has good ties with the US administration revealed the attack plan to Secretary of State John Kerry, and that Obama then threatened to shoot down the Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran. (Report: Obama Threatened to Shoot Down IAF Iran Strike)

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Grand Old Cavemen

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“I told you guys the Senate GOP would screw us over on DHS funding, but even I had no idea Mitch McConnell would capitulate so easily. I assumed he’d do a major song and dance first, but instead he just went all Ned Beatty in Deliverance the moment Barack Obama looked at him funny.” Eunuch Mitch McConnell Squeals Like a Pig

“This is a total victory for the Obama position,” said a GOP senator unhappy with McConnell’s plan

“Counterfeiters use the reputation of a trademark, which brand manufacturers have built up on the basis of the quality of their products, to fool consumers about the true origin and quality of the goods.” — Wikipedia

Last November, Americans voted out the turkeys. The noxious policies of Obama and the Socialists Democrats were given the old heave-ho, like holiday giblets gone gamy. The Grand Old Party was handed both houses of Congress in the kind of landslide victory seen about as often as Halley’s Comet.  Rejoicing was heard throughout the land — at least, that part of the land which still subscribed to old fashioned notions like the rule of law. Little did we realize that we’d voted in counterfeits, cheap knock-offs that looked good in the display case, but fell apart once they got in the rain.

CavemanTwo months in, and the GOP has retreated more often than the Royal Italian Army.  If these are the mutts we’re looking to for salvation, it’s time to head for the shelters.  Republicans under the direction of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker John Boehner have surrendered to the Democrats on every issue, from immigration to net neutrality.  They’ve rubber-stamped Obama’s new attorney-general nominee, Eric Holder Light.  If we don’t need a new army, we sure as hell need some new generals to run the old one.

After going to the Senate floor and slamming Obama’s executive amnesty in November, McConnell hoisted the white flag of surrender … Obama attacked the time-honored American tradition of separation of powers with his executive amnesty and for that reason alone, House Speaker John Boehner and Mitch McConnell should’ve gone to the mat and done everything necessary in their power to overturn it. However, the GOP leadership and “establishment” don’t really want to change how Washington works. There’s something wrong with a party that can be frightened with just a dirty look into not shutting what is one of the most useless departments of the Federal government and at the same time, claims to be for Constitutional and limited government. This is why the American people and conservatives are angry at them and don’t trust them. (After The Latest Mitch McConnell Surrender, Why Should Conservatives Even Bother Supporting Republicans)

People love to hear themselves talk, particularly if they have nothing to say. In fact, the less they have to say, the more often they tend to say it. This is true of most people, but most especially those incorrigible swindlers that a negligent electorate unaccountably installs into the seats of power.  Anyone announcing a desire to run for office should be immediately disqualified from doing so.  The 114th United States Congress proves the point.

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Rudi And The Red

Rudi and the Red

“Ex-NYC mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s statement that Barack Obama was influenced by communists in his youth and doesn’t love his country isn’t nearly as fascinating as the reaction to it.” Selwyn Duke

“In Obama [the media] see themselves. What he wants to carry out is what they want and they are going to do what they can to make sure these last two years he gets to do just that, the consequences be damned.  So whether it is going after Rudy Giuliani or going after a Congressional staffer for a slight against the Obama daughters, the media is going to be out to defend Obama at all costs. That’s what the palace guard does … ‘They fight for his successes. He cannot fail.'” Jay Caruso

“Was it that what Giuliani said was demonstrably false? Was it that Barack Obama is supposed to be considered innocent until proven guilty? Anyone who simply looks at the factual evidence as to whether Obama loves America, or does not, will find remarkably little to suggest love and a large amount of evidence, over a long period of years, showing his constant close association with people fiercely hostile to this country.” Thomas Sowell

Does Barack Obama love his country?  I suppose the answer to that depends on which country is actually his.  One thing’s for sure: our national media will never bother to find out.  These ersatz scriveners of ours are as malodorous as an outdoor privy in July.  Instead of determining the veracity of Giuliani’s charges, our domestic dung beetles rush to attack his character, his motives, his very sanity.  This is what passes for mainstream journalism in 21st century America. If you’re looking for investigative reporting (unless you’re investigating a conservative), you’d better look online — and you’d better do it fast.  Because Obama and the Democrats are about to shut down their critics.

Critics of President Obama’s “net neutrality” plan call it ObamaCare for the Internet. That’s unfair to ObamaCare. Both ObamaCare and “Obamanet” submit huge industries to complex regulations. Their supporters say the new rules had to be passed before anyone could read them. But at least ObamaCare claimed it would solve long-standing problems. Obamanet promises to fix an Internet that isn’t broken.(From Internet to Obamanet)

The real problem isn’t with what Giuliani said; it’s that he didn’t say enough.

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Traitor or Idiot: You Decide

Traitor or Idiot

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Moving Further From The Light

BamiesWilliam Shakespeare wrote these words for Macbeth, but insert the president’s name for the first word, “Life,” and you could not have a better description of America’s Nero:
“[Obama‘s] but a walking shadow, a poor player
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
And then is heard no more: it is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing.”
President Obama, America’s Nero

“At the risk of being melodramatic, it must nonetheless be said: We are in a war for civilization itself, and Barack Obama is not on the right side.” — Quin Hillyer

bama2“It appears that by a three to one margin presidential scholars are now convinced that Barack Obama has been the worst president ever. For as far left as most in academia are, this is quite a shock, really.” Most Presidential Experts Agree: Obama is Worst President In History

“I tried new positions
I learned his friends names
I made myself sit through football games
Oh, Been jilted
Been jilted again” — The Puppini Sisters

That old Lucky Strike advertising slogan well describes America as a whole as we enter Year Six of Obamunist mis-rule: It’s Toasted.  There are no do-overs in presidential elections, so despite the fact that millions of Obama voters are belatedly realizing that they made two horrible mistakes, they (and we, and the rest of the world) are gonna have to live with the long-term ramifications of the worst decisions the American (or any) electorate ever made.

“Who’s the more foolish, the fool or the fool who follows him?” — Obi-wan Kenobi

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