Day: December 7, 2009

Navy SEAL Matthew McCabe Arraigned, 12.07.09

Sean Hannity has coverage of the rally for the Navy SEALs that were arraigned in Norfolk, VA today, and follows up with an interview with Matthew McCabe's attorney, Neal Puckett. (This video was made private by the creator (FoxNews) after it was posted, so I have added another video from CNN on 1.11.2010 while I search for another copy.) See Related Links at the bottom of this post for more information.
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Sure Looks Like Blackmail Followed By Revolution

Here is your choice; start buying your CO2 credits right now so that you and your family can continue to breathe, or buy more guns and ammo for when this administration and congress falls on their swords and tries to blackmail the American people into submission.  Y'all know we are getting very close to critical mass with the apparent suicide march toward turning Americans into serfs. Business Fumes Over Carbon Dioxide Rule Officials gather in Copenhagen this week for an international climate summit, but business leaders are focusing even more on Washington, where the Obama administration is expected as early…
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Glenn Beck, 12.07.09: Robert Creamer – The Bottom Of The Rabbit Hole

GO HERE NOW! When Beck's opening episode is posted on YT, I will put it up because it explains how our current situation with the health care plan occurred.  The speed at which this plan is being shoved through congress is truly amazing to watch when more Americans are completely and totally against it.  As far as I am concerned, Andrew Breitbart has found the rotting corpse at the bottom of the Health Care rabbit hole. (I just have to add this. The US House of Representatives is here checking out Robert Creamer. Everybody wave to the dupes and/or traitors.…
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Lobbyists Still Underwriting Congressional Junkets

Lawmakers bending the rules?  What else would we expect from the new aristocracy? From the NY Times: Seizing on the loopholes, lobbyists and the companies that employ them are still underwriting trips by dozens of members of Congress, particularly those in the House, the Times review shows. The companies finance much of this travel indirectly, getting around the spirit of the rules by giving money to nonprofits, some of which seem to exist largely to sponsor trips. In fact, the rules may have had the unexpected effect of obscuring who is actually paying for a lawmaker’s junket. Read the rest…
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