Smurf Killing Movie…Hilarious!

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James Cameron is an idiot.  Most people know it, heck, they’ve even figured it out in Hollyweird by dissing him for the Oscar and giving it to his ex for a movie that nobody went to watch.  He trumps liberality, and he’s hung up on Global Warming…and he made the ultimate mistake and took on Glenn Beck, who in 3 minutes put him SO in his place.  I love Glenn Beck’s style…


C’mon, quit blaming the Tea Party…

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Everyone I have talked to in the tea party movement advocates removing callus politicians from office by the voter box. Tea Party people are concerned about the Constitution, not beating heads.  Tea Party people, for the most part, are your next door neighbor, who has never been involved in politics, who is worried about the direction of the country, and carries signs in protest.  We aren’t hanging anyone in effigy, and the only threats that Tea Partiers are concerning themselves with is the threat of voting people out.  Considering that, these stories from the maligned media (and the especially now starting to lean left Politico) are creating hate, and painting a picture that citizens doing their constitutional right to redress as hoodlums, vandals and criminals.  It makes me sick, almost as sick as the Democrats who brought the crazies out because they wouldn’t listen.  Sure, there are crazies out there that will do anything, but it’s not the Tea Party…it organized because of the unfair way that the citizens are being raped by their government.  And by golly, we have just as much right to speak out against fools in office as they do to call us names.  Oh yeah, look how they’re reacting to the backlash….what did they expect with 60 plus percent of the people against Obamacare?  Huh?

The backlash: Reform turns personal
By: Jake Sherman and Marin Cogan
March 24, 2010 04:51 AM EDT
Reps. Louise Slaughter and Bart Stupak have received death threats.

A tea party participant published what he thought was Rep. Thomas Perriello’s home address and urged disgruntled voters to “drop by” for a “good face-to-face chat.”

Vandals broke windows at Slaughter’s office in New York and Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’s office in Arizona.

And angry voters are planning to protest this weekend at the home of Steve Driehaus — who’s already seen a photograph of his children used in a newspaper ad published by reform opponents.

The vitriolic health care debate has become personal — too personal, say House Democrats who voted for the bill and now find not just themselves but their families in the cross hairs of opponents.

Slaughter, a Democrat who chairs the House Rules Committee, said a caller to her office last week vowed to send snipers to “kill the children of the members who voted yes.” Her office reported the call to police, who were dispatched to provide protection for Slaughter’s grandchildren. She has also been in touch with the FBI and U.S. Postal Service inspectors, who intercepted a letter en route to her home in upstate New York.

Stupak, the Michigan Democrat whose last-minute compromise on abortion guaranteed passage of the bill Sunday, said callers have left messages for him saying, “You’re dead; we know where you live; we’ll get you.”

“My wife still can’t answer the phone,” Stupak told POLITICO on Tuesday. The messages are “full of obscenities if she leaves it plugged in. In my office, we can’t get a phone out. It’s just bombarded.”

Stupak, a former police officer, said he’s not fazed by the threats or by the prospect of protests at his district office this weekend. “I’ve looked down barrels of guns,” he said. “I’ve talked my way out of it.”

But Democrats said their political opponents go too far when they bring members’ families into the fray.

Driehaus, a Democrat from Ohio, was outraged last week when a group called the Committee to Rethink Reform used a photo of him and his two young daughters in a newspaper ad urging him to vote against any health care reform bill that included federal funding for abortion. Both the group and the newspaper — the Cincinnati Enquirer — apologized for including Driehaus’s daughters in the ad.

“I’m very protective of my family, like most of us,” Driehaus said Tuesday. “There is no reason for my wife and kids to be brought into any of this. If people want to talk to me, if people want to approach me about an issue, I’m more than happy to talk about the issue, regardless of what side they’re on. But I do believe when you bring in a member’s family, that you’ve gone way too far.”

Driehaus faults Republicans for providing encouragement to the most extreme opponents of reform. Last week, House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) warned that anti-abortion Democrats would suffer politically if they voted for the health care bill; he singled out Driehaus, saying he “may be a dead man” and “can’t go home to the west side of Cincinnati” because “the Catholics will run him out of town.”

“Mr. Boehner made comments about me and my predicament when I go home which I felt were wildly out of bounds for his position and very irresponsible, quite frankly. He’s from next door. That’s not helpful. That’s irresponsible,” Driehaus said.

Boehner spokesman Michael Steel said, “The leader does not condone violence, and his remark was obviously not meant to be taken literally. He is urging Americans to take the anger they’re feeling and focus it on building a new majority that will listen to the people.”

No one condones death threats against members or their families, but not everyone is apologetic about taking complaints about health care reform straight to the homes of members.

Mike Troxel, an organizer for the Lynchburg Tea Party, posted what he believed to be Perriello’s home address on his blog this week, sarcastically urging other tea partiers to stop by and “say hi and express their thanks regarding his vote for health care.”

The address turned out to be the home of Perriello’s brother — who has four children — but Troxel told POLITICO he didn’t intend to remove it from his blog. “If they would like to provide me with the address of Tom, then I’d be more than happy to take it down,” he said. “I have no reason to believe it’s not his house.”

A fellow tea party blogger said he thought it was fine for Troxel to post Perriello’s home address. “They have our home addresses,” said Kurt Feigel, who complained that protesters had little choice but to go to Perriello’s home because Perriello’s office doesn’t “respond to e-mail; they don’t respond to letters; they don’t respond to us showing up at his office. So what am I going to do?”

Perriello said his family doesn’t want him to be afraid. But when asked if he was scared anyway, the Virginia Democrat replied: “Whatever.”

“I’ve lived in Sierra Leone for two years, where the life expectancy is 34 years old. If the worst thing that happens is that special-interest groups spend millions of dollars against me and my most ardent opponents organize against me, it’s hardly a ‘cry me a river’ moment — as long as people act civil and within the law.”

Others are less sanguine.

C.J. Karamargin, a spokesman for Giffords, said staffers in the Democrat’s district office were “a little bit shaken” Monday when they arrived at work to find the glass front door shattered and covered in plywood.

Rep. Earl Pomeroy (D-N.D.) said he had to change his personal cell phone number after a Republican gave it out to health care opponents.

And Rep. Dennis Cardoza, a Blue Dog Democrat from California, said he’s gotten physical threats over health care reform.

“There are some folks that identified themselves as being members of the tea party [who] called, [and] my staff has gotten to know their names over time, and they have been very loud and very ugly,” Cardoza said.

With the House vote behind them, Democrats hope to show voters that health care reform won’t wreak the devastation opponents predict — and that tempers will cool as a result.

Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) said he’s already getting 95 percent fewer calls since Sunday’s vote.
“The real problem is the people who are calling and talking about a revolution and overthrowing government,” he said. “They can be angry. We’re all for that. But when they talk about taking over the government, the leadership has to do its part to stop that.”

Law Trumps Executive Order: Stupak “Deal” Changes Nothing

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Bart Stupak must fell like a big chump or was part of a big act as you will see in the article.

Law Trumps Executive Order: Stupak “Deal” Changes Nothing

The Stupak “deal,” is a fig leaf at best. Executive Orders cannot and do not trump legislation passed by Congress. If the Senate bill funded abortions (BTW, that is not what the supposedly pro-life Senator Ben Nelson has claimed), no Executive Order will stand against that legislative mandate. Put aside the fact that an Executive Order can be immediately rescinded or changed at the will of the Executive. Obama has shown no willingness keep any promise he makes. Regardless, a simple court challenge will not allow the Executive Order to stand against clear legislative mandate. This is Con Law 101.

Bart Stupak would have to be an idiot not to know this. Bart Stupak is not an idiot. Thus, I cannot help but believe this whole “negotiation” has been a charade. Bart Stupak never had any intention of standing in the way of Obamacare because it will fund abortions. All he needed was something he could hold onto for political cover. This ain’t it. Congratulations Representative Stupak, President Obama, Speaker Pelosi, and all the other Democrats! For first time in history, you will now direct taxpayer dollars to the funding of abortions in the United States. God help us.

Oh yeah, talk to the Democrats:

Talk to National Right to Life:

The National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) remains strongly opposed to the Senate-passed health bill (H.R. 3590). A lawmaker who votes for this bill is voting to require federal agencies to subsidize and administer health plans that will pay for elective abortion, and voting to undermine longstanding pro-life policies in other ways as well. Pro-life citizens nationwide know that this is a pro-abortion bill. Pro-life citizens know, and they will be reminded again and again, which lawmakers deserve their gratitude for voting against this pro-abortion legislation.

The executive order promised by President Obama was issued for political effect. It changes nothing. It does not correct any of the serious pro-abortion provisions in the bill. The president cannot amend a bill by issuing an order, and the federal courts will enforce what the law says.

Talk to the House Minority Leader:

“The law of the land trumps any Executive Order, which can be reversed or altered at the stroke of a pen by this or any subsequent President without any congressional approval or notice. Moreover, while an Executive Order can direct members of the executive branch, it cannot direct the private sector.”


Firing List from the Tea Party…

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I guess they thought the tea party would go away…because everyone WANTED “ObamaCare”…well, all they did was help to place targets…

By Drew Zahn
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

No. 1 on Fire the 219’s target list: Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich.

Following this past weekend’s 219-212 health-care vote in the U.S. House of Representatives, two leading tea-party groups have established a pair of new target numbers: 219 representatives to be “fired” and a top 10 list of those that most need to go.

The Nationwide Tea Party Coalition and Tea Party Nation have teamed up to create a new website and nonprofit corporation dedicated to ousting the legislators that backed “Obamacare” called Fire the 219.

“Over the last few days, you have heard very little from Tea Party Nation on the socialist health-care vote,” touts an e-mail alert from the organization. “I do not know about you, but my mailbox was getting filled up with urgent e-mails. No one needed one more.

“Now, things are different,” the alert proclaims. “Now we are going to fight back.”

The Fire the 219 website states that is “dedicated to removing from power all 219 members of Congress who voted to destroy the finest health-care system in the world on March 21, 2010. We will use any and all legal means possible, starting with recall petitions in those 18 states that allow it.”

Whether or not recall of a U.S. representative is permissible is still a matter of controversy, as the U.S. Constitution is silent on the issue and no member of the U.S. Congress has ever been successfully recalled.

But as WND reported, a voter effort to recall Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., won an important first-step legal battle earlier this month when a New Jersey appellate court admitted there is no legal precedent preventing a recall from going forward.

Fire the 219 has also posted on its site an analysis of recall law drafted by Michael Farris, chancellor and professor of government at Patrick Henry College.

“Members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives are not exempt from state law processes allowing for recall of elected officials,” argues Farris. “Since members of the U.S. House and Senate are subject to other state laws regarding elections – and federal constitutional challenges to these requirements have generally been in vain – it stands to reason that state recall laws are equally binding on federal office holders from a state if such challenges are permitted by state law.”

Farris then provides a summary of various recall provisions from a number of states – including New Jersey, Oregon, Wisconsin, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Nevada, North Dakota and California – claiming 18 have states in total have laws in one form or another that address recall.

Though he admits the question of recall is still “unsettled,” Farris concludes, “The arguments in favor of the validity of the application of state recall laws are plain and evident. Moreover, all state laws are presumptively constitutional until ruled to the contrary. There is no time like the present to test the validity of these laws. And there is only one way to do so – begin the process of recall of members of the House and Senate.”

To start that process, Fire the 219 has drafted a “top 10” list of representatives it intends to “fire.”

Not surprisingly, the top target is Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., who forged a last-minute compromise with the White House accepting the promise of an executive order banning federal funding of abortion instead of codified law enforcing the ban. Appeased by the compromise, Stupak led a contingent of self-proclaimed pro-life Democrats who had previously resisted the health-care bill to vote for it.

Rounding out the top 10, in order, are the following:

  • Rep. John Boccieri, D-Ohio
  • Rep. Jim Cooper, D-Tenn.
  • Rep. Allan Boyd, D-Fla.
  • Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.
  • Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas
  • Rep. Solomon Ortiz, D-Texas
  • Rep. Bill Owens, D-N.Y.
  • Rep. Earl Pomeroy, D-N.D.
  • Rep. Scott Murphy, D-N.Y.

“This is the list of the top 10 we are going to get rid of because they sold us out,” the Tea Party Nation’s e-mail alert states.

The “throw-the-bums-out” sentiment exemplified by Fire the 219, already simmering before the health-care vote, has reportedly only grown since.

“I am deluged with phone calls this morning (from) people wanting to join the tea party,” Gina Loudon, a founder of the St. Louis Tea Party, told Fox News. “I literally cannot even return the phone calls quickly enough. … This has absolutely awakened a giant.”

Fire the 219 is now hoping to put that “giant” into action, seeking people who will sign recall petitions, push their state lawmakers to pass recall legislation and volunteer legal expertise in the upcoming drive to remove 219 “yes” votes from Congress.

‘Members of the House of Representatives are not exempt from recall’

Tea partiers target top 10 legislators to be ‘fired’


If you had Doubts

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If you had any question about what the health care “reform” was about, how it will help you, or where this was all leading…here are the words directly from the horses mouth.  He even admits that he wants to eliminate employer based health plans.  Hopefully, he wasn’t counting on the backlash that will get his butt and his cronies beat soon enough: