Glen Beck and others have been warning for sometime that violence was coming to this country in the same way that it came to Spain, Egypt and many other places since Barack Obama came to office. The ties to the unions that this government has, along with the ties to communists, socialists, etc. are deep and subversive. We have people like Andy Stern warning us that they were not going to go peacefully into the night and that they had no fear of starting violence anywhere. We see that in every instance where this administration has had a choice of life or death, they have chosen death. Many of us have recognized that the warnings were real and that the probability of violence and riots in this country were coming.
We now they are here! What will be the next step? This administration has given arms to our enemies and publicly stated that they consider those of us who believe in the Constitution to be their enemies. What do you think that there next step will be? Do you really believe that they will just accept the results of the next election and step down? Have we had any evidence that this administration feels bound by the law?
We have them ignoring violence at the polls when it doesn’t affect “their people”, we having them refusing to obey and enforce the laws passed by Congress, we have them arming drug cartels and the Zeta’s whose stated goal is the overthrow of Mexico, and we have them flat out telling us that if we don’t give them what they want, they will just take it!
My friends, we are in deeper trouble than we have ever been in in this country. The prospects for a war for the whole of this country are at hand and the people that are intent on the destruction of this country, do not care how they do it. If it means arming our enemies and opening the doors to them, that is what they intend to do. Please understand that these are desperate people and desperate people do desperate things.
Is President Obama trying to Usher in Socialism or Anarchy?
Do you need glasses??
Look carefully at the picture below.
Did you see the bare butt of the girl in the background?
If you did see that in the picture, you need to have your
eyes checked, as that is the shoulder of the girl holding the
my appointment is at 2pm tomorrow!
- You’re asleep, but others worry that you’re dead
- Your back goes out more than you do
- You quit trying to hold your stomach in, no matter who walk into the room
- You buy a compass for the dash of your car/truck
- You are proud of your lawn mower
- Your best friend is dating someone half their age and isn’t breaking any laws
- Your arms are almost too short to read the newspaper
- You sing along with the elevator music
- You enjoy hearing about other people’s operations
- You would rather work than stay home sick
- You no longer think of speed limits as a challenge
- People call at 9:00 pm and ask “did I wake you?”
- You answer a question with “because I said so”
- You send money to PBS
- The end of your tie doesn’t come anywhere near the top of your pants
- You take a metal detector to the beach
- You know what the word “equity” means
- You can’t remember the last time you laid on the floor to watch television
- Your ears are hairer than your head
- When you talk about “good grass” you are referring to someone’s lawn
BY TINA KORBE
To judge by the Justice Department’s decision to ignore it and the Pentagon’s recent decision to allow military chaplains to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies on and off federal military bases, you’d think no federal law to define marriage as between one man and one woman — and to prevent the federal government from recognizing same-sex unions — even existed. Yes, debate about whether the Defense of Marriage Act is constitutional is ongoing and, yes, Democrats right now are working to repeal it. But I can think of at least one other major piece of legislation like that (Obamacare!) — and, to my knowledge, it’ll still be enforced while the debate rages.
That’s why I found House Speaker John Boehner’s reiterated support for DOMA at the Values Voter Summit today so refreshing. He, at least, appears committed to the law as passed by Congress and signed by President Bill Clinton:
“We’re going to take the money away from the Justice Department, who’s supposed to enforce it, and we’ll use it to enforce the law,” Boehner told the conservative Value Voters Summit. …
Boehner is engaged in an ongoing dispute with Attorney General Eric Holder over his refusal to defend in court the Defense of Marriage Act. President Obama has taken the stance that the law is unconstitutional. While the Justice Department usually defends laws passed by Congress against legal challenges, the Obama administration has stopped defending DOMA while Democrats work to repeal the law.
In March, Boehner announced that if Obama wouldn’t defend DOMA, he would, hiring a private law firm to defend it on behalf of the House.
Before today, I wasn’t aware Boehner had stepped forward to address the DOJ’s disappointing dismissal of DOMA — I thought the DOJ just pretty much single-handedly and in effect repealed the law — but his commitment to DOMA as long as it stands makes me think Boehner might also be one to consider answering the call of the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty. That group has asked Congress to enact conscience protections to ensure military chaplains are never forced to perform wedding ceremonies that violate the tenets of their faith. How ’bout it, Speaker Boehner?