Oh, Dem legislators: Not winning friends

February 25, 2011

The numbers are in on the pack of 14 fleeing Wisconsin state legislators, Democrats all.

Seems those fine folks, frittering away their time and the taxpayer’s dollars while slacking off on their duties — are losing the battle as well as the war. 

They should also all lose their jobs.


Chris Matthews discredits Obama’s “Arabist” statement on Libya: ‘Doesn‘t Have any Dignity’

February 24, 2011

Liberals long for President Reagan’s “more forceful” response

Last year Libya’s tyrannical leader Muammar Gaddafi praised Barack Obama, calling him “a friend,” and said he considered him a blessing to the Muslim world. “Now, ruling America is a black man from our continent, an African from Arab descent, from Muslim descent, and this is something we never imagined – that from Reagan we would get to Barakeh Obama.”

And although the United Nations’ Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, meddling in our state’s issue, released a scathing statement condemning Arizona’s SB1070, Obama refused to condemn — in fact, remained silent — regarding Libya’s election onto the farcical UN Human Rights Council.

Libya, a country with well documented ties to terrorist organizations and an abysmal human rights record, was elected in a secret ballot. U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice, an Obama appointee, would not reveal how the U.S. voted.

Now as pressure mounts on Obama to intervene in halting Muammar Gaddafi’s bloody massacre of civilians in Libya, numerous commentators — including Obama loyalist Matthews — have been wondering why Barack Obama has been guarded in his criticism of the dictator. Obama zealously supported the recent removal of U.S. ally, Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak.

Are you curious as to the odd turn of events? Connect the dots.

WorldNetDaily does a masterful job of revealing the strange underpinnings and bizarre links. Gaddafi has been tied to Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s decades-long spiritual adviser. The Libyan dictator also has financed and strongly supported the Nation of Islam and its leader, Louis Farrakhan. Obama has ties to Farrakhan and his controversial group.

When committed lefties such as Chris Matthews, who previously admitted Obama’s election gave him a “thrill up my leg” are disenchanted,  how well does it bode  for the president’s aspirations in 2012?

Dem Rep. Capuano endorses “bloody” union thuggery, throwing of coffee cups

February 24, 2011

“I’m proud to be here with people who understand that it’s more than just sending an email to get you going. Every once and awhile you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary,” Democrat U.S. Rep. Mike Capuano (MA) told a crowd of unionists in Boston rallying in support of their Wisconsin union brethren.

Capuano’s provacative and offensive comments come in the wake of Barack Obama calls for civility following the Tucson massacre that wounded numerous people including AZ Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and killed six others — Federal District Judge John Roll, among them. It appears Democrats and their union cohorts haven’t gotten the “civility” message.

Last month the volatile Capuano said, “Politicians, I think are too bland today. I don’t know what they believe in. Nothing wrong with throwing a coffee cup at someone if you’re doing it for human rights.”

After outcries following these absurd and violence inciting statements, the Massachusetts liberal has attempted to backpedal. Too little, too late from this fool, who deserves ouster when his reelection rolls around.

Michelle Malkin has more on the [very] obscene union gangstas here.

Jeff Flake exposed — again*

February 23, 2011

U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake has perfected his dip-and-dodge routine to the point that he is unable to give a straight answer to questions regarding his slipperiness on conservative issues, even to decidedly liberal publications such as Mother Jones. Instead, the libertarian Flake tried to convince Mother Jones (Jeff Flake’s Immigration Problem) that we are all on the same ambiguous page — which is anything but the truth:

“As you might be able to tell,” he disingenuously says,” Arizona voters have a bit of a libertarian streak, an independent streak. I think they appreciate a politician who isn’t lockstep in any one way.”

The truth is, Republicans, Independents and voters of all stripes aligned with the Tea Party, are categorically conservative.

In his article, Ariz. Senate Candidate Jeff Flake Indicates That Visa-Overstayers Shouldn’t Have To Go Home, Roy Beck of NumbersUSA, writes that Flake showed that he just can’t let go of his pro-amnesty views despite their liability to him in his run for the AZ Senate seat in 2012.

Beck calls Flake’s quotes in the Mother Jones article “even more radical than anything he’s ever said before, and that includes all of his work with Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) for a comprehensive amnesty.”

On their immigration reduction report card, NumbersUSA gives Gutierrez a grade of F-.  Govtrack Lists Gutierrez as a “lonely far-left Democrat.“ It’s a good bet most of the East Valley conservatives in Jeff Flake’s district are unfamiliar with the alliance — which Flake did his best to hide when Gutierrez was in Phoenix as part of his 17-city amnesty tour.

In this article The Numbers Are On Our Side, Gutierrez credits Jeff Flake for his support as “hard-working immigrants are turning red states blue.”

* More exposures.

Legal criminal?

February 23, 2011

Notice the last sentence regarding a criminal drug bust in this report in the daily. The circumstances are unusual enough that they warrant specific mention — although the name of the suspect is oddly missing.

As a special gift to our readers, we offer this bit of assistance in reading this newspaper.

AZ “Honor” killing: Muslim dad rates only second-degree murder verdict

February 23, 2011

The daily covers the case of the Iraqi immigrant father, Faleh Hassan Al-Maleki, who stalked, threatened and tormented his 20-year-old daughter Noor, before finally murdering her for being too “westernized“ — not Muslim enough.

A Maricopa County Superior Court jury has found him guilty of running down Noor and injuring her boyfriend’s mother, Amal Khalaf, 41, in a Peoria parking lot in October 2009.  And like the Buffalo beheader, he only received a second-degree conviction.

Politically correct juries appear to go soft on Muslim murderers.

Additional background can be read here.

Birthright citizenship bill gets AZ Senate nod; Crandall votes with Dems

February 22, 2011

The Arizona Senate Appropriations Committee has approved a bill intended to set up a Supreme Court test case regarding the granting of citizenship for children born to parents illegally residing in the United States.

The bill (SB 1308) and a companion measure (SB1309) setting up a birth certificate compact between states that agree  at least one of a child’s parents is an American citizen passed on a 8-5 vote.

Also scheduled for debate is an extensive immigration bill that addresses illegal aliens with regard to housing, public benefits and employment.

The vote on the citizenship bill broke along party lines, with only one Republican — Rich Crandall (Dist. 19) — opposing it. It will now move to the full Senate for debate.

Democrat senators Paula Aboud, Olivia Cajero Bedford, David Schapira and Kyrsten Sinema voted No. They were joined by Republican Rich Crandall.

Republican senators Sylvia Allen, Andy Biggs, Ron Gould, Lori Klein, Al Melvin, Rick Murphy, Don Shooter and Steve Smith all voted in support of the bill.

Last year we reported on Crandall’s pathetic record in the House, where the Mesa Republican missed nearly two-thirds of the votes, a whopping 254.  His primary opponent withdrew in the waning days of the campaign, and Crandall was elected to the senate — where he continues to disappoint.