Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Election Losers Whine To Obama Administration

   The rednecks are piss off because the black man was re-elected to a second term. That just flat out makes them ill, so what do they do? How about sending petition’s to the White House?

     Michael E., residing in Slidell, LA. did just that the day after President Obama won his second term. Part of it states:

we petition the obama administration to:

Peacefully grant the State of Louisiana to withdraw from the United States of America and create its own NEW government.

As the founding fathers of the United States of America made clear in the Declaration of Independence in 1776:

“When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.”

“…Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it, and institute new Government…”

   Of course, the only reply that they will get back from the White House is one word in upper-case letters..’NO’

   I make note that 18 other states have also joined in on this garbage, including Texas and Oregon.

   If this doesn’t work, then there is always petition plan B, brought to you by Jana W., APO, AE., which pretty much demands an election recount. Seriously, one cannot make this shit up. 25,000 signatures must be collected on either one of them to get anywhere.

we petition the obama administration to:

Recount the election!

It has become blatantly obvious the voter fraud that was committed during the 2012 Presidential elections.  In one county alone in Ohio, which was a battleground state, President Obama received 106,258 votes…but there were only 98,213 eligible voters.  It’s not humanly possible to get 108% of the vote!

If ID laws had been enforced (which the administration is completely against because that meant they would lose) then this wouldn’t be an issue.

Recount NOW!

   What about those voting numbers above? Nothing but another dose of stupid, as Mary Beth Young points out.

108% of the vote?! That didn’t sound right to me so I did a little more checking. According to clash this astounding vote total happened in Wood County, Ohio so I checked their vote counts and found that 31596 votes were cast for Obama, a percentage of 50.9%. Once again the wing nut echo chamber has pulled some lie out of their ass and found almost 10,000 people gullible enough to sign a White House petition based on this phony story. For anyone who thought the right-wing bubble might finally burst and let a few facts in, these asinine petitions should put that idea to rest.

   I say that Obama should let the red state leave the union and then turn down their requests for foreign aide, which we know they would apply for. Cut off their food stamp program, Medicaid and Medicare and all other government assistance. While we are at it, since the residents would no longer be U.S. citizens, stop all of those S.S.D., S.S.I. and social security checks. Let them all go into a ‘ super third-world ‘ mode while the rest of us sit back and laugh at them.

Monday, November 12, 2012

War opens inside Republican Party over immigration

  By SteveAustin on Sat Nov 10, 2012

Exit polls revealed that Republicans lost the minority vote. Losing African Americans was no surprise and Republicans have no hopes nor plans nor policy changes other than voter suppression to deal with that demographic.

Regarding Hispanics however, Republican political and thought leaders are hopeful that making some changes can attract more Hispanic votes. This will be more difficult for them than many imagine ...

Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch, who criticized Romney throughout the campaign for his hard right tack on immigration, tweeted that the U.S. “must sweeping, generous immigration reform.”

Hannity said on his radio show that he’s “evolved” on the issue and now supports a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff (R), a pro-amnesty Republican, decried his fellow Republicans’ decision to “pander to what they thought was the base of the party — the loud, shrill anti-immigration voices out there.”

“In order to move forward as a party and a nation on this critical issue we need to reject the extreme right-wing partisan rantings of the Joe Arpaios and Kris Kobachs who do not represent the majority of the Republican Party,” he said.

Arpaio is an anti-immigration Arizona sheriff, while Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) authored the controversial Arizona immigration law, portions of which were struck down by the Supreme Court.

But the border hawks aren’t going anywhere — and predicted a war within the party if Boehner and other Republicans seek to push forward on a comprehensive reform plan.

“They appear to be making a pure political calculation regardless of principle and policy because they think it'll garner votes,” Kobach told The Hill. “I think individuals like Krauthammer and Boehner may have their thoughts they've developed from their high perches but members of Congress are in touch with voters and citizens of America are very anti-amnesty… we have 20 million people unemployed and Republican leaders and now saying it's time for amnesty? That's absurd.”

“I think pandering is the worst way to respond, it'd be a huge mistake and amnesty is a terrible decision, a terrible bill,” said Bay Buchanan, another Romney surrogate and the sister of former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan, a longtime opponent of amnesty.

“If leadership attempts to move in this direction there will be an internal battle on this, it'll be very vocal and it'll be very national,” she said.

The Hill