Hillary miscalculates Obama’s cache

April 24, 2016

Obama’s third term comes packaged in a coughing, bloated and shrill persona 

Hillary has picked a bad time to run for Obama’s third term. After the mayor of London called Obama out for his Kenyan allegiances as the cause for threatening Great Britain with trade sanctions if it leaves the EU, the Germans have taken to the streets expressing their fury with Barack Obama.

The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has run into major opposition, especially in Germany, Europe’s strongest economy. Tens of thousands protested as Obama arrived in Germany to pitch his trade deal.  The city of Hanover, alone, drew a crowd reported to be 90,000 anti-Obama demonstrators.

Obama’s Trans-Pacific Partnership was another mind-boggling power grab authorizing irreversible authority, since treaties supersede statutes under the U.S. Constitution. 

Yet liberals on CNN have gleefully declared Hillary is embracing Obama’s third term “wholeheartedly.” That strategy would obviously be problematic with an informed electorate. The Democrats, however, rely on pathetically uninformed, fraudulent, illegals and convicted felon voters.

McSkewed survey: Smoke, mirrors, hand in your pocket

April 21, 2016

McCain strategists obviously turn to focus groups as Arizonans continue to get McScrewed

In another of his campaign beg-a-thon emails to his “friends,” John McCain has included a survey. The 80-year-old aisle-crossing maverick running for another six-year term, and who has been a key advisor to the Obama White House, is once again a candidate, and disingenuously talking tough. He’s also acting as if he cares about those of us outside the D.C. beltway.  “I’m taking the fight to President Obama and I want your help to prioritize my next step. Please take just 30 seconds to share your opinion on five important issues in our country,” McCain pleads.

Of course it’s a fraud, just like everything else McCain hypes or touches. He doesn’t care what the answers to the insultingly ridiculous questions are.  He wants our money. By now he’s sent us so many donation solicitations that he signs off chummily as “John.”

His McSurvey asks inane questions on Veterans, National Security, the Economy, Immigration and Education —- all of which have suffered under John McCain’s watch. The choice of answers are Yes, No and Not Sure.

A sample of the questions:

Do you agree that veterans should have choice in their health care and not be locked into a broken system?

Do you think Arizona’s military assets are important to our national security? Do you agree with the President and Democrats that the sanctions on Iran – a country with known ties to terrorists – should be lifted, even after it violated the terms of the agreement?

Are you concerned about America’s out-of-control federal debt — now nearly $19 trillion and rising?

Are you concerned by President Barack Obama’s handling of our nation’s border security and the flow of illegal immigrants to the United States?

In the last few years, I helped stabilize pay rates for Border Patrol agents in Arizona, effectively providing more man power on the border. And just last year, the National Defense bill directed more than $170 million to critical border projects, including towers, communications, and critical air assets used by law enforcement. Do you believe these are important steps to securing our border?

 Strong schools make Arizona’s economy stronger, providing more opportunities to retain local talent – do you agree?

Had enough of the campaign related blather from the dodgy codger? Here’s the logical solution.

Prescott College: Liberalism soars to irrational new heights

April 9, 2016

Smugly mandates student support of illegal invasion

Prescott College, which bills itself as “for the Liberal Arts, the Environment and Social Justice,” takes the “Liberal” handle seriously. The Arizona school is now one of only two U.S. schools to mandate student fees earmarked specifically for illegal alien students. Jesuit-run Loyola University is the other school to take up this absurd program.

Under the heading, Students Approve Fee for College’s Full Scholarship for Undocumented Students, is the statement indicating the school “will implement a $30 student fee for all on-campus students that will go towards the Freedom Education Fund, a scholarship for undocumented students, starting in the 2016-2017 academic year. Prescott College is proud to announce the availability of this scholarship to undocumented students as part of National Institution’s Coming Out Day in support of undocumented students, an annual event hosted by United We Dream.”

There is an undeniable interaction between the school’s leftward lurch and its fascination with the word “undocumented” which is used four times in the first sentence. SRAZ’s still popular 2008 post titled, “Lingo,” addresses that term under Number 3 on the list.

Prior to becoming president of Prescott College in 2014 John Flicker was president of the National Audubon Society for 15 years. That must have been where he honed the Arizona school’s for-the-birds skill set.

Flicker says, “I am proud that our students take on the role of scholar activists. Their passion around this issue really motivated our part to make up the difference between what the fee will provide for and the full cost to attend one of our programs. We’re committed to broaden access to higher education for a diverse group of students and mobilize our resources towards social justice.”

Prescott College, typical of today’s leftist bastions of education run by committed educrats, has its priorities skewed. Imagine if it thought as highly of American citizens desirous of furthering their education rather than elevating foreign national lawbreakers as worthy recipients of special status and funding. Scroll through the Open Secrets website, which reveals the multimillions of dollars donated to leftist causes and politicians by teachers unions.

Germany’s Merkel suffers consequences of disastrous policies

March 14, 2016

Voters send unambiguous message: “Close the door”

The consequences of German Chancellor Andrea Merkel’s irresponsible refugee resettlement programs have resulted in a referendum against her and the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in major polls on Sunday.

The populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party founded in 2013 recorded a surge as it garnered support from irate voters. Germans have watched in alarm as 1.1 million people claiming refugee status arrived in the country in 2015 alone. In the first week of Sept. 2015, Merkel declared that any Syrian who reaches Germany can claim asylum. In the days that followed, 25,000 more arrived. The number has continued to explode.

“The people who voted for us voted against this refugee policy,” said AfD deputy chairman Alexander Gauland. The group used familiar campaign slogans such as “Secure the borders” and “Stop the asylum chaos.”

The solution comes with a hefty price tag. The European Union will be on the hook to Turkey to the tune of $3.2 billion for its promised aid in staunching the flow of refugees to Europe from the conflict in Syria, and to prevent Europe’s worst refugee crisis from worsening further.  Turkey has been instrumental in not only arming, but financing the Islamic State (ISIS), whose actions in Syria have led to an unprecedented exodus of refugees mostly through Turkey, which Europe is now hoping to bribe so it will lock down its borders.

Bowing to liberal policies with the potential to change the culture of a nation, over the wishes the nation’s citizens, raises their ire whether the acts take place in German or the United States. (video)

Read more in the UK’s The Guardian.

Trump as Hitler: offensive, historically inaccurate

March 12, 2016

Arizona’s newspaper of record has fallen far short again. Though its pages regularly resound with anti-Donald Trump rhetoric, the leftist publication continues to outdo itself. The wizards at the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) feature a report titled, Another Hitler? How world leaders see Donald Trump.

This is in addition to similar comparables and Steve Benson’s ongoing political cartoons likening Trump to Adolf Hitler.

Guess which global giant is not sold on Donald Trump? None other than Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and his predecessor Vicente Fox. That makes sense, since the country of Mexico has aided in sending its own citizens here to take jobs and benefits and send money back to Mexico. Mexican nationals living illegally in the U.S. bolstered Mexico’s economy in 2015 by nearly $24.8 billion, in the form of remittances. These dollars are in addition to the massive amounts of foreign aid funded by American taxpayers.

The possibility of a Trump presidency has provoked “a feeling of desperation” in Mexico, according to Bill Richardson, former U.S. ambassador to the U.N., New Mexico governor. and Democrat presidential candidate.  In the United States, Trump’s popularity is rooted in his vow to build a wall to provide national security.

The newspaper characterizes Trump’s promise to “Make America Great Again” as representing “an isolationist policy” that reflects the frustration of many American voters, but is “a viewpoint that worries world leaders,” according to Richardson.

Trump has responded to American fury at the lack of will to secure our border. That does not mean that Donald Trump has built death camps and crematoriums for his adversaries, handed naked men, women and children bars of soap as they stepped into boxcars expecting water and instead being showered with deadly gas. Unlike the Third Reich, he is not exacting Heil Hitler salutes when he asked audiences to raise their hand in a promise to support him.

Like Trump or not, he has tapped into a growing citizen frustration with the status quo. That does not make him Hitleresque.  It makes him popular.

Establishment losers panic over frontrunner Trump

March 4, 2016

Failed presidential candidates John McCain and Mitt Romney are on a mission to save the Republican Party. Their winning strategy?  Kill off the likely GOP victor Donald Trump.

Earlier Thursday, preceding the March 3, 2016 GOP debate in Detroit, Romney unloaded on Donald Trump with a barrage of vitriolic hate speech unbecoming the gentlemanly image he strives to present.

The tirade was Trump’s payback for endorsing Romney in 2012. At the time, Trump said, “Mitt is tough, he’s smart. he’s sharp. He’s not going to allow bad things to continue to happen to this country that we all love. So, Gov. Romney, go out and get ‘em! You can do it.”  Romney was equally effusive in his grateful praise of Trump.

Now the worm has turned. After colluding with his Republicrat pal John McCain, Romney unleashed on Trump, declaring  the business mogul unfit for office and a danger for the nation and the GOP. “His is not the temperament of a stable, thoughtful leader,” Romney declared. He called Trump “a phony” who is “playing the American public for suckers,” a man whose “imagination must not be married to real power.”

Those words should more appropriately be reserved for the power-hungry and graceless John McCain, who has lied to the people of Arizona for decades, yet is running for another six-year term though he will be 80 by Election Day. Romney came to Mesa to campaign for McCain. But even in the LDS stronghold he was unable to draw a crowd, despite the suspenseful buildup.

McCain is so past his prime, he introduced Barack Obama as the next president of the United States, when he was supposed to welcome then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

Not known for original thoughts. McCain shuffled into action Thursday denouncing Donald Trump after being chided for not doing so by Democrat challenger Ann Kirkpatrick. McCain’s had a career long propensity for siding with Democrats, from Ted Kennedy, Chuck Schumer, Carl Levin, Russ Feingold, to Dick Durbin and Robert Menendez, along with others in the open borders clique. Marco Rubio and Jeff Flake eagerly signed on with McCain’s RINO contingent comprising the amnesty promoting Gang of Eight.

Petulant losers have no audience, but that doesn’t stop them. We can. At the ballot box.

Socialist Labor Party of America issues threat….

February 13, 2016

….Direct from AZ Republic’s Tucson outpost, editorial writer Linda Valdez wishfully warns:

Socialism has a young face in America; look out GOP

Socialism is alive and well in America. It’s young, too. An NBC exit poll found Sen. Bernie Sanders won 84 percent of voters age 18 to 29.  He won 58 percent of the 30 to 44 age group, as well. His anti-establishment appeal resonates with those who will inherit the mess the establishment made. These young people may not create a problem for Hillary Clinton this year. But they will grow into a strong consistency for reversing the small government policies of the far right.

Read the radical Marxist-based platform of the Socialist Party USA rooted in support of the revolutionary overthrow of the U.S. government. No wonder leftist Valdez is licking her chops at the prospect of our representative Republic, based in the rule of law, failing.

This instructive video explains the American form of government, comparing it to other government systems:

Monarchy or Dictatorship: (ruled by one)

Oligarchy: (ruled by a few)

Democracy: (ruled by a majority)

Republic: (ruled by law)

Anarchy: (ruled by no one)

What Valdez neglects to attribute the increase in radical thinking to is the fact that over several decades American students have been force fed liberalism by their unionist public school teachers who hold a decidedly left-wing agenda. (Listen closely to the words of longtime NEA legal counsel Bob Chanin given in his retirement speech in linked ad in previous sentence). The Center for Responsive Politics posts the amounts —  in millions —  that the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers contribute to liberal political campaigns. That answers the question of the leftward lurch.


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