Obama

US Senator Jeff Sessions on Obama’s illegal Illegal Alien Amnesty grab

by Skip November 20, 2014

While I have been reading Session’s words for a while (one of the few Senators making a sustained effort on behalf of American workers knowing the impact that granting Amnesty will bring due to an unnecessary and unwanted dilution of the labor market that already has 92 million people out of the labor force) but […]

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Executive Amnesty – is the GOP going to fight Obama or is this another “Don’t make real waves” Kabuki theater on their part?

by Skip November 20, 2014

This recent election saw more elected Republicans voted into office, top to bottom, than any time since Herbert Hoover.  Each and every poll that I have seen said why – just like in 2010 only louder and more angrily – stop Obama. They kicked the Dems out of more state legislatures and governerships than ever, sending […]

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It’s like we’re not supposed to have any input here

by Skip November 19, 2014

Always the double standard – and the point is not the religion. It is about who gets to set the standard. (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Democrats Were Either In on It, or Completely Fooled By It. Which is Worse?

by Steve MacDonald November 19, 2014
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As Mr. Obama, Democrat leadership, and the state and national party apparatus and apparatchiks, scramble to distance themselves from any ties to the revelations by Jonathan Gruber about how Obama Care was forced down America’s throat (Americans are stupid, we need to lie to them, etc), stop and consider.

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Obama v. Obama

by Steve MacDonald November 18, 2014
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Obama’s own worst enemy is…Obama.   (mrctv)

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What To Do About Obama

by Steve MacDonald November 17, 2014
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Radio host Pete Ingemi joins us to talk about the changing dynamics in congress, what Republican majorities might, can, could, or shouldn’t do in the next two years, and why every Democrat must be made to understand that there is a long term price for whatever Barack Obama does that he will never have to […]

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Obama Meets His Nemesis

by Mike November 17, 2014

Or at least, he would if the GOP leadership understood that their job is to STOP Obama’s agenda

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Condi Rice on Aggrievement

by Skip November 16, 2014

One aspect of Obama’s “Fundamental Transformation”: “…you are owed something and you don’t have to work for it“ (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Notable Quote – Dana Loesch

by Skip November 2, 2014

On Obama’s outlook on “fly-over” or Middle America: 8. [On the view of progressives on Middle America] “We’re the bitter, bastard child of the coasts, and we use our guns, faith, and racism as Linus blankets to soothe our insecurities because, BUSH, obviously. We all sit around and eat corn from a shared tooth and every […]

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Democrat War on Stay At Home Moms

by Steve MacDonald November 2, 2014
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Obama’s just saying what Democrats think…just days before an election–which means the last thing they want voters to know is what they actually think.  So Obama’s SRD – Scripted Rhetorical Device, just exploded under his parties already broken down 2014 campaign bus demanding every one of them answer the question: what do Democrats have against […]

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Shaheen Math

by Tom November 1, 2014

When you add up everything about Jeanne Shaheen, you get 100%.  Here’s how… 99% It’s no secret that PolitiFact concluded that Shaheen, in fact, did vote 99% of the time in lockstep with the most destructive, divisive, anti-Constitutional President in US history.  Not something to brag about. 1% According to OpenSecrets (see graph), Jeanne Shaheen was […]

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Obama fatigue is setting in…

by Steve MacDonald October 31, 2014

Setting?  I was fatigued by Obama’s voice before the beginning of the end of Recovery Summer 2009.  Probably sooner.  Obama was the cure for my Bush era “we don’t hear enough from the office of the President” period.  While Bush didn’t say so much about what was going on, the ‘O’ on Obama was for […]

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Obama Administration politicizes your Halloween pumpkin carving

by Skip October 31, 2014

I really like the one that Steve has up – a bit “non Halloween-ish” but if you have to go off topic, go patriotic!   However, once again deciding that political and government issues MUST be thrust into every area of our privates lives comes the US Department of Energy.  Never leave ANY occasion alone in […]

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Another Costume Suggestion

by Steve MacDonald October 30, 2014
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If you didn’t like this suggestion, how about this one? AF Branco

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Priorities – elections are about Priorities. This one is about Obama’s

by Skip October 30, 2014

Let’s revisit this from my last post, shall we? “The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.”            – President Barack Obama, Inauguration, 1/20/09 […]

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Priorities – Failed Green Energy boondoggle Solyndra or an Ebola Vaccine

by Skip October 30, 2014

“The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.”            – President Barack Obama, Inauguration, 1/20/09 Remember what Obama said when you go to the […]

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“but whether it works” – Part “paying to watch grass grow” – Obama Federal Govt “working”?

by Skip October 29, 2014

“The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.”            – President Barack Obama, Inauguration, 1/20/09 $10K for cutting grass?  Or is this a case […]

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A Duel Might Be Best For Both Nations!

by Mike October 29, 2014

We learn today, courtesy of a thinly veiled hit piece on Benjamin Netanyahu, written by Jeffrey Goldberg in The Atlantic, That the administration holds Bibi in extreme contempt for daring to put his nation and people first. In addition to minor insults like “myopic,” “reactionary” and “recalcitrant,” an official at the State Department said to […]

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Maybe Obama Did Slow the Rising Seas…

by Steve MacDonald October 28, 2014
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Climate Model science continues to be unsettled… OOPS! THEY DID IT AGAIN: CLIMATE MODELS’ FAULTY SEA-LEVEL RISE PREDICTIONS A new paper published in the journal Ocean Science reports satellite measurements of sea levels show the rate of sea level rise has slowed considerably since approximately 2002. Since 2002, sea level rise has decelerated 31 percent, […]

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Trouble Ahead…Administration has Its Head in the Sand

by Steve MacDonald October 28, 2014
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 ICECAP Trouble Ahead…Administration has Its Head in the Sand By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM Hudson Litchfield News In 2008, then-candidate Barack Obama told the San Francisco Chronicle that his cap-and-trade proposal to control greenhouse gas emissions would mean higher energy prices for Americans. “Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket,” Obama […]

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DId you know that Obama has declared every neighborhood to be racist?

by Skip October 27, 2014

“The Orwellian-sounding regulation would force some 1,200 municipalities to redraw zoning maps to racially diversify suburban neighborhoods” Indeed!  And one more thing that Obama will do via Executive Order (via the Federal Sustainable Communities Initiative by the Federal Depts of  HUD / EPA / DOT) is take over all local zoning.  We’ve been sounding this […]

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Guest Post: This election is clearly about Barack Obama

by Steve MacDonald October 27, 2014
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Guest Post By – Peter Lemiska To the Editor: There is a growing sense in the country that America is in decline. It is not a slow, prolonged deterioration stemming from some inherent defect, but rather a sudden precipitous fall, pointing to a failure in leadership. In fact, a solid majority of Americans now question […]

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Shaheen Drones On Command

by Mike October 24, 2014
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Obama: “US could and should be regarded as a Muslim country”

by Skip October 22, 2014

Before a couple of family matters popped up, I had been trying to find a better description of this event as well as an actual transcription from it on Canal+; all I am seeing is a bunch of “cut and paste” posts which always tend to make me leery but coming out of this source, I tend […]

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Debate Night in NH, and Twitter is Rocking (updated)

by Steve MacDonald October 21, 2014
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I don’t follow my twitter feed much at night but I happened on it this evening and the Twitterverse (NH Edition) is all over the debates.  Guinta and Shea-Porter, Shaheen and Brown, there’s even residue from Kuster and Garcia.  (Annie is mean!) I’m not a reporter nor a campaign operative so I can happily lean […]

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O’Bama’s Irish Reparations?

by Steve MacDonald October 21, 2014
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Former State Senate Candidate Steve Kenda joins us eventually–(paving delay on 93 North)–for a detailed discussion on New Hampshire’s energy and electricity situation –not good, by the way.  (That discussion carries over into segment three.) But before we get there we ask “where are the Irish reparations from the Federal government?”  We discuss a few […]

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So Kelly Ayotte, is this the Amnesty you have been looking for?

by Skip October 20, 2014

Sorry, but here at the ‘Grok, if you tell us one thing during your campaign for office (adamantly anti-Illegal Alien Amnesty) and then flip on the issue for no discernable reason (other than what the picture shows to your left) (yes, she was then for it after being against it), we tend to take notice […]

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The Mad President

by Steve MacDonald October 20, 2014
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And these are just a few recent examples.  From Patterico… We saw recently that Obama is mad about how the feds are handling Ebola: “It’s not tight,” a visibly angry Mr. Obama said of the response, according to people briefed on the meeting. He told aides they needed to get ahead of events and demanded […]

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Meet President Obama’s Eblola ‘Flack’ Jacket.

by Steve MacDonald October 20, 2014
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Meet President Obama’s Eblola ‘Flack’ jacket. Ron Klain is a sharp-elbowed Democratic political operative with no medical expertise. Tapping him as “Ebola czar” may not be the president’s best move when, as it is, no one can believe a word the Obama administration says. And that’s not just because Mr. Klain is yet another lobbyist […]

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Vindication for Erick Erickson’s Obama Theorem? Prof. Thomas Sowell and another look.

by Skip October 19, 2014

“In other words, the safety of the American people takes second place to the goal of helping people overseas.” “…may be overlooking the possibility that he has different priorities than the protection of the American people and America’s interests as a nation“ To recap: Erick Erickson’s Obama theorem: The world will be more safe if […]

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