AFP unfazed by "decorum-less Detert"

Written by David DiCrescenzo on . Posted in Politics

Publisher’s note:  Apparently, Florida State Senator Nancy Detert, (R) is unfamiliar with the 1st Amendment and what it guarantees to everyone.  

During a recent hearing, Senator Detert threatened that “she could change the organization’s First Amendment rights to donor privacy.” “When AFP Deputy Director Skylar Zander explained to Senator Detert that Americans for Prosperity, like other non-profit organizations, followed the laws protecting donor identity, she stated, “We could change that.”

It doesn’t matter whether an elected official has a ‘D’ or an ‘R’ after their name, they don’t get to decide which laws apply to whom at their whim when they disagree with the constituency.

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Harry Reid...unremorseful liar

Written by David DiCrescenzo on . Posted in Politics

Publisher’s note:  How is this acceptable to any American regardless of party or ideology?  In case you haven’t heard, retiring former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid didn’t simply admit to besmirching Mitt Romney during the 2012 Presidential Race…he bragged about it!

During an interview with the Washington Examiner Reid said among other things, “…"They can call it whatever they want. Romney didn't win did he?"

That’s what it comes down to.  Lie, cheat, and anything else that helps the agenda.

Now he gets to retire fat, dumb, and happy on our dime.  All I can say is that I’m glad to see him go; I just wish he’d take a lot of the other rats from both sides of the aisle with him.

Washington Examiner:  Harry Reid, D-Nev. has no regrets about his 2012 claims that then presidential candidate Mitt Romney paid no taxes for 10 years.

The outgoing Senate Minority Leader even bragged to CNN that the comments, which had been described as McCarthyism, helped keep Romney from winning the election.

"They can call it whatever they want. Romney didn't win did he?" Reid said during a wide-ranging interview.

So, in Reid's world, it is perfectly acceptable to make a defamatory charge against an opponent to damage his campaign.

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And they're off....2016 has officially started

Written by David DiCrescenzo on . Posted in Politics

Publisher’s note:  And they’re off.  The players are starting to take the field to try out and see if they have the stuff to make the cut.  The starting line-up includes mostly conservative names like Palin, Cruz, Walker, Santorum, Perry, and even Trump, with a few liberals like Bush and Christie thrown in to test and see if the conservative base is paying attention.  

Bush and Romney, considered by “the party” as the front runners, did not show their faces in Iowa. Stay tuned.

Fox News:  DES MOINES, Iowa –  The budding Republican presidential race has kicked up a notch, after a slew of potential candidates played directly to the base at a forum in Iowa -- an event that saw Sarah Palin back in the mix, Chris Christie proving he can mingle in the heartland, and Ted Cruz and others showing their fiery conservative chops.

Several of the speakers at the daylong Iowa Freedom Summit tilted hard right in their remarks on immigration, security and taxes. And the speakers and audience members showed scorn for those who did not attend -- particularly the more moderate no-shows, like former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

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Media bias against the GOP...what a surprise

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Publisher’s note:  It’s never been a secret that the “mainstream media” swings far to the left, and here is a clip from Boston Herald correspondent Adriana Cohen discussing the lack of coverage of the mid-term election, which is likely going to see many Democrats seeking alternate employment, and the overall lack of reporting on the current administration’s behavior.

In essence, she clearly points out that a Republican POTUS would never been allowed the pass the media affords this president and Democrats in general.

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Pizza, pool, suds, and bowling...all in a days work for O'Nero

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Publisher’s note:  As always, Governor Sarah Palin is swinging hard at POTUS.  She wrote just an amazing Op/Ed in Fox News describing some of his shenanigans in Colorado.  She points out very clearly what we all know about him; “Rome burns” while he keeps himself busy “Racking balls, getting buzzed on suds, maybe humming “Rocky Mountain High” while kicking it in those Rockies.” Just wait until you read the part about him seeing the need to update the WH bowling alley.  There is no end to his abuses.  Kudos Governor Palin, keep hitting him and the system that allows it.

Fox News:  President Obama was absolutely swamped the other night, staving off the munchies at a pizza party in the Mile High city, hobnobbing as headliner at numerous Democrat shindigs, collecting big bucks from big donors all day.

Whew. Exhausting. Especially exhausting must be trying to change pace and pivot through the fundraising parties, knowing they’re thrown by those much maligned “fat cats” (Obama’s words, not mine).

The president conveniently disparages these fat cats in public, but in private their group hugs are a whole lot of cuddlin,’ purrin’ and rolling over for more tummy tickling from the one who feeds them. And it wasn’t hairballs any felines coughed up Tuesday just to hear Obama talk…and talk…and talk some more.

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