Thursday, August 20, 2009

Was Obama Complicit In Release Of Lockerbie Terrorist?

Questions are being asked, even by families of the victims, if Obama was complicit with Scottish courts to show compassion for the terrorist who never showed compassion for his victims

Lockerbie bomber freed to die in Libya

Libyan MoMoron KaDaffy is using this event to claim victory.

Personally, I don't believe the Scottish government acted unilaterally on this.

Kennedy Seeks To Change Law He Instigated To Ensure Liberal MA Senator

When John "Did You Know I Was In Vietnam" Kerry was running for president Ted Kennedy got the law in Massachusetts changed so the Republican governor couldn't name an interim senator if Kerry won and vacated his senate seat.

Now that Kennedy appears to vacating the seat soon he wants the now Democrat governor, Deval L. Patrick, to change the law back to what it had been before Kennedy got it changed to ensure a liberal Democrat be seated.

Kennedy, looking ahead, urges that Senate seat be filled quickly
Seeks law change for interim post

Patrick said in a statement: “It’s typical of Ted Kennedy to be thinking ahead and about the people of Massachusetts, when the rest of us are thinking about him. Diane and I continue to pray for the restoration of the senator’s health and the comfort of his family.’’

If only Ted had thought ahead about the people of Massachusetts at Chappaquiddick.

Michael Moore Thinks We Are A Nation Of Idiots

As a millionaire elitist from Flint Michigan, Michael Moore thinks we are a nation of idiots. Being from Flint will make one one of the elite, just as assuredly as attacking capitalism a millionaire. And being an elite and a millionaire will also make one suave and dapper?

Moore: I'm still in a stupor of stunned ecstasy that Obama won. And I approve of most everything he's done, from apologizing to the Iranians for America overthrowing their democratically elected president in 1953 to appointing Kumar (actor Kal Penn of the "Harold and Kumar" movies) to a White House position. He is doing the best he can with the mess he inherited, and I and millions of others are counting on him never to forget that he came from the working class and that his people need him now more than ever. As for the congressional Democrats, what a bunch of losers -- weak, scared, stupid. They had better get a clue pretty quick or the Dark Forces will return.

THR: Bill Maher recently said that "America is stupid" and "too dumb to be governed." Do you agree?

Moore: Eight years ago I wrote a book called "Stupid White Men." In that book, I wrote a chapter entitled "Idiot Nation." I think that says it all. Sad, sad, sad.

THR: Have you ever considered leaving the U.S.?

Moore: Thank you for asking! I had never considered this idea until you mentioned it, and now that you have, it doesn't sound like such a bad idea! I guess if I were going to live outside the U.S., I would live in Texas.

THR: What's the No. 1 thing you want to teach your kids?

Moore: Never trust anyone from Texas.

THR: In your opinion, what's the single worst legacy of George W. Bush?
Moore: That he has yet to be arrested for committing the worst crime the leader of a nation can commit: lie to the people and convince them to invade another country and kill its people with absolutely no provocation. There are 8,662 parents who might better answer this question.

Michael Moore hasn't a clue what America is really about, but he has the answer of how to make money and get awards from a bunch of idiots.

This Might Be Fun!

Be sure to be spiritual.

Zach Space Knows He's In Trouble

He knows he's in trouble when he has to ring up newspapers and say:

Space says he's not ducking critics on health care
"I think some people are trying to create this impression that I have been running away from having town-hall meetings, and that's just not true," Space said. "I've been holding telephone town halls, where I can talk to, like, 1,500 people. I can't reach everybody; I have a 16-county district. But I have been able to reach 5,000 to 10,000 people with the telephone town halls on various subjects, people who call in with questions or who listen in."

He said in past years he was discouraged when only a few people would show up to announced town-hall meetings, so telephone town halls have been a more effective way of connecting with his constituents.

If you're not up to the job, don't run for office again. Which is a splendid idea.

Cash For Clunkers A Failure

via Gateway Pundit

As planned, the only beneficiary are the unions which paid Obama for a seat at the board table. Oh, and Japanese car makers.

Car Dealers Reviews reported, via Free Republic:
The National Automobile Dealers Association is urging the federal government to begin shutting down the Cash for Clunkers program immediately.

In a statement released Wednesday evening, NADA said that, given the rapid pace at which deals are being done, it will be difficult to say when the program’s funds may run out.

But Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said earlier Wednesday that all dealers would be reimbursed.

However, the NADA said, in its statement, that the group had “confirmed elsewhere” that dealers would not get paid if cash ran out.

Although, according to press reports, Secretary LaHood stated today that “there will be no car dealer that won’t be reimbursed,” NADA believes that this is based on DOT’s view that sufficient funds remain available. It is important to note that NHTSA has confirmed elsewhere that if the program’s money runs out before a dealer is reimbursed, that dealer will not be paid.

In a survey nearly 800 dealers,
97% of dealers who responded, say the government is not reimbursing fast enough
13% of dealers have dropped out the program because the government is not reimbursing fast enough and overall concern payment problems
87% percent of dealers are concerned the money will be exhausted
3% of CARS program deals have been reimbursed 66% of dealers have not received one payment from the government
25% of dealers are experiencing servere cash flow problems that require short-term loans to fix 11% of submitted applications have been approved (though dealers still are waiting for the money)
16% of submitted applications have been rejected
55% of dealers are not confident they will get reimbursed for every deal
40% do not want the program to continue, even if changes are made to the CARS program

If the respondents to this poll are found out we should see another round of dealerships being closed. That is the Chicago style.