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The Meltdown Files

By David King Published: September 3, 2012

Are We Better Off ?: Just as the Democratic National Convention tips off on tuesday, the national debt will surpass $16 trillion, putting an exclamation point on how much things are "improving" under President Obama. Forward !!!...into the abyss.

Suprression ?: Here are the instructions from the Democrats on how to get  into the Democratic National Convention:

"Please complete the following form regarding your organization’s primary contact information and the authorized designee(s) to whom your 2012 Democratic National Convention credentials can be issued.

Authorized Pickup
All pickup persons must have a state-issued ID that matches the name submitted below."

No word yet on whether Obama's Attorney General, Eric Holder, will sue these racist, exclusionary, elitist, minority-suppressing Democrat sob's.

Speaking of elitist racist sob's, it turns out the "first black President" and Keynote Speaker at this year's Democratic National Conventon, Bill Clinton, said the following of Obama in 2008:

"Tim Russert told me that, according to his sources, Bill Clinton, in an effort to secure an endorsement for Hillary from Ted Kennedy, said to Kennedy, “A few years ago, this guy would have been carrying our bags.”

'...because those are the only jobs black people are qualified for', is how that sentence ends. I'm sure nothing will come of this, because Clinton's a Democrat (racist statements from today's top Democrats are nothing new). If he was a Republican, it would be page one above-the headline type news. Maybe people will catch on someday.

More Non-Voter Fraud: In related news, a group called Voter Integrity Project , devoted to stopping potential voter fraud in North Carolina, claimed it has found 30,000 dead people who are registered to vote in the state. Project director Jay DeLancy said, “Since there is no voter ID law in North Carolina, anybody can walk in and claim to be anyone else.”

Hold on one darned minute there, Mr. DeLancy !!! Democrats believe dead people have a constitutional right to vote !!! They even managed to convince a three-person federal court panel of it, despite the fact that voter id has already been ruled constitutonal by the Supreme Court. Like rust, Democrats never sleep.


Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/09/02/3497857/group-says-it-found-30000-dead.html#storylink=cpy

Forward !!!...Into The Past: Bob Schieffer of CBS' Face The Nation was interviewing Gov. Martin O'Malley (D-Md), and asked the Democrat the following question - “Can you honestly say that people are better off today than they were four years ago?”

O'Malley responded, "No, but that's not the question of this election. The question, without a doubt, we are not as well off as we were before George Bush brought us the Bush job losses, the Bush recession, the Bush deficits, the series of desert wars -- charged for the first time to credit cards, the national credit card.”

O'Malley deserves a bit of credit for giving the truthful answer of "NO" to Schieffer's question before he did the usual Democrat shuffle and blamed everything on Bush. O'Malley also thinks the fact that the nation is worse off than it was four years ago is irrelevant, a patently ridiculous notion.

Then came the overhand right to O'Malley's chin, and from a CBS newsman, no less. Miracles do happen !. Schieffer responded, "George Bush is not on the ballots.

Bravo. If only the rest of the media would pick up on that obvious fact and beat the Democrats over the head with it until the Dems cease and desist. This is 2012, not 2004. Bush ain't running, and what Bush did or didn't do is largely irrelevant to the coming election. Obama's performance IS relevant, because, unlike Bush, he IS on the ballots. All that matters is what Obama and Romney have done and will do.

The day after Gov. O'Malley's interview with Schieffer, the Democrat realized he had engaged in free speech that was not authorized by Obama's Truth Team when he said we are not better off after four years of Obama, so O'Malley explained that WHAT HE MEANT TO SAY was, "we are clearly better off". Funny stuff. 'No' means "Yes".

Forward !!!...Into The Past, Part II: President Obama, who has lost his slim lead over Romney in the polls, is trying to paint Romney and the GOP as having no new ideas, and are instead just retreading musty ideas from the past. He said of the GOP convention, "It was a rerun. We’d seen it before. You might as well have watched it on a black-and-white TV".

Well, I remember the 1950's (barely). That was when America was booming, Ike was the President, and Democrats were resisting the civil rights movement. Democrats were strutting around in KKK hoods, cracking heads and rioting against integrated schools, and trying to uphold their JIm Crow laws. How odd that Obama, of all people, should think it is now the Republicans, the anti-slavery party, who wants to take us back there, other than in a fiscal responsibility, balanced budgets, job-creating way. If Obama was referring to those things, then, by all means, let's go back there, in a figurative sense, of course. Sure beats debt, high unemployment, and rising prices.

Btw, exactly how fresh is Obama's tax and spend, welfare expanding philosophy ? That's been with us since LBJ, and the underlying principles come from 1848.

We'll Shoot Bin Laden, Too Bad It Will Help Obama: A Navy Seal Team Six member has written a book about the Bin Laden raid. The Seals, naturally, did their duty and took out Bin Laden, but fretted that it might get Obama re-elected. Seems the Seals aren't overly fond of their Commander-In-Chief. The Seal's account of the raid also differs from the official account released by the government. The government's reaction to the book ? Threats:

The Pentagon warned on Thursday that it was considering legal action against a former U.S. Navy SEAL for material breach of non-disclosure agreements with his first-hand account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

In a letter obtained by Reuters, and subsequently released by the Pentagon, the Pentagon’s top attorney said the Department of Defense was also considering legal action against anyone “acting in concert” with the author. It hinted that the book’s royalties might be subject to government claims.

The Seal author says he revealed no classified information, but the government is clearly interested in pursuing avenues to censor the book. Perhaps the Seal mentioned something in the book about being in favor of voter id laws.

 

 

 

 

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