Of course this photo says a lot about who Mitt Romney is. I leave the comparison to our current Commander in Chief up to you… It’s Sunday for goodness sakes!
Have you ever wondered what Obama supporters think about the election? If they know who is running? If they know what election cycle this is? Well wonder no more, Howard Stern (not a fan, but he’s the one that created this video) has asked every question that you ever wanted to ask…
The political survey results are far from scientific but do clearly illustrate that neither candidate has done an exemplary job of getting their respective messages across to voters. The video below does feature Howard Stern’s comments on the interviews, so it may be a good idea not to watch at work or with children in the room.
- Howard Stern interviews Obama supporters, uncovers widespread ignorance (redalertpolitics.com)
- Howard Stern Interviews Obama Supporters 2012 (rubinoworld.com)
It’s shaping up to be a doozy!!! Here we go:
- Self Driving cars approved for use in California. Because the libs need more time to destroy what’s left of sweet Cali, huh?
- Florida may bring paddlings back in schools! WUT?
- Madonna says President Obama is a black Muslim. Then she says he’s not. K? In other news, how is she so well preserved? Perhaps the preservatives are affecting her brain?
- Obama claims that this election will send a message to Republicans. Sort of like the Shellacking of 2010 did to the Dems, but with Republicans and stuff.
I have an article over on CNSNews.com. I’m so excited! Here is a snippet, click the link at the end to read the rest…
‘End the War on Coal Act’ Comes To House Floor For Vote
By Stacy Washington
September 20, 2012
Four previously passed House bills aimed at limiting excessive regulation affecting the coal industry have remained stalled in the Senate. This prompted the House to include them in legislation crafted by the 112th Congress scheduled for a vote on Friday. The vote will be on a new bill entitled “End the War on Coal Act of 2012” H.R. 3409, which is comprised of the following five pieces of legislation:
The first of these is H.R. 910, the Energy Tax Prevention Act, passed in April 2011. It would prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act. Essentially, this bill clamps down on unnecessary actions and regulations enacted to address climate change.
H.R. 3409, the Coal Miner Employment and Domestic Energy Infrastructure Protection Act; prevents the Secretary of the Interior from issuing new regulations before December 31, 2013 under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 that would adversely impact mining jobs. This bill was submitted for printing after passage on September 13, 2012.
Next up is H.R. 2018, the Clean Water Cooperative Federalism Act, passed in July 2011. This bill would limit EPA action with regard to state regulation of water quality, specifically preserving the authority of states to control and determine their own water quality standards without limitation.
H.R. 2273, the Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act, passed in October of 2011. It curtails the EPA’s ability to regulate the disposal of coal ash from power plants using an existing program created by the Environmental Protection Agency. The bill leaves regulation and enforcement to states under an umbrella of enforceable federal standards.
Rounding out the grouping is H.R. 2401, the Transparency in Regulatory Analysis of Impacts on the Nation Act, or TRAIN Act, passed in September 2011, which would require analysis of the effects of proposed environmental regulations on manufacturing, energy prices and jobs
The importance of passing this package of bills is emphasized by the negative impact excessive regulations have had on jobs and livelihoods of Americans employed in the coal industry.
Regulations issued by the EPA intended to execute President Obama’s promise to bankrupt individuals planning to build coal fired plants are doing exactly that. By making it prohibitive to build new plants while closing over 60 plants and dooming another 175 plants to closure, the regulatory burden is increasing the cost of energy to American consumers. This attack on the coal industry, an integral source of affordable reliable energy for the entire country, is problematic, yet it remains under the radar of the average American citizen.
Read the rest here: ‘End the War on Coal Act’ Comes To House Floor For Vote | CNSNews.com.
Much has been made of the film 2016 Obama’s America and it’s popularity amongst conservative audiences nationwide. The MSM bottom feeders have finally picked up the scent and come out with some real reporting on the issue. The Washington Examiner (which actually reports factual news on a regular basis) has a 10 part series entitled The Obama You Don’t Know. And it’s a doozy. Not a fluff piece like most other media coverage of the president, this is a series of sincere examinations of the president’s past. To wet your whistle:
The family then moved to Menteng, then and now the most exclusive neighborhood of Jakarta, where bureaucrats, diplomats and economic elites reside.
A popular Indonesia travel site describes Menteng: “Designed by the Dutch Colonial Government in 1920s, Menteng still retains its graceful existence with its beautiful parks, cozy street cafes and luxurious housing complexes.”
In 1971, his mother sent young Obama back to Hawaii, where his grandmother, Madelyn, known as Toots, would become one of the first female vice presidents of a Honolulu bank. His grandfather was in sales.
Obama’s grandparents moved the same year into Punahou Circle Apartments, a sleek new 10-story apartment building just five blocks from the private Punahou School, which Obama would attend from 1971 to 1979.
Obama explains in “Dreams from My Father” that his admission to Punahou began “the start of something grand, an elevation in the family status that they took great pains to let everyone know.”
Read the rest by clicking the link below…