How Many ‘People of Color’ Does it take not to be Racist?


How Many ‘People of Color’ Does it take not to be Racist?.

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Conservative Christians Will Give Obama Second Term If


Conservative Christians Will Give Obama Second Term.

“If conservative Christians do not vote for Mitt Romney, it greatly increases the chances of Obama’s re-election and the further removal of God’s blessings.   I’m not sure how much more judgment America can stand before we can stand no longer and fall into ruin.”

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Cass Sunstein: The Man Behind the President


President Obama’s slip of tongue? When he said we must share our wealth.

Sunstein: The Man Behind the Manchurian President.

http://freedomoutpost.com/2012/10/the-scariest-man-in-the-obama-administration/

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President Supports Islam but has Repeatedly Trashed Christianity


President Supports Islam but has Repeatedly Trashed Christianity.

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Does President Obama believe in Redistribution?


Seems like Obama’s campaign did not like to admit to the redistribution of wealth thing. Listen to his speech at the Loyola University. He actually want to figure out how to deliver that plan.

Why not put it up front? Why hide behind the smoke screen?

Helping the poor is fine, but it is not the same as redistribution of wealth when government takes from someone to give to someone by government power, is it?

http://www.youtube.com/embed/ge3aGJfDSg4

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Liz Cheney: Logical Outcome of Three-and-a-Half Years of Obama Foreign Policy


Egypt, Libya, Yemen, demonstrators against US.  Worried much.

Liz Cheney: Logical Outcome of Three-and-a-Half Years of Obama Foreign Policy.

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Paying Fair Share, Lindsay Lohan’s Tweet, Obamanomics


Charles Payne is a financial analyst, often appears at Fox Business News. He pays attention to the politics that affect our economy. He is not your typical Wall Street white male. He is a conservative Black.

He responds to Lindsay Lohan’s tweet.

At the rate this administration is spending money, a time will come when the “fair share” argument will drift to those households earning $100,000 a year. The utopian state envisioned for this nation is a money-eating monster. The more people lose their jobs and the more corporate profits are raided, the fewer jobs are created as entrepreneurship is discouraged and the lack of accountably from watered down education will mean high paying jobs will shift abroad, and all this means more people on government assistance.
People that succumb to the urge to take money earned by others to right the wrongs of yesterday or to assuage their own feelings that things are unfair must understand that that mindset is no different than going outside and hitting someone at an ATM machine with a brick.

LINDSAY   MAKES SENSE????   By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst     9/11/2012 9:28:57 AM Eastern Time     “I’ve cut taxes for those who need it: middle-class, families, small businesses”   President Obama Tweet     “@Barackobama we also need to cut them for those listed on Forbes as   “millionaires” if they are not, you must consider that as   well.” Lindsay Lohan Tweet     Beyond the fact the Lindsay Lohan did more harm to her Hollywood career with   that single tweet than any drug addiction, impulse to shoplift, or reputation   for showing up late for filming ever could, she hit on an important point.   The proposed tax hike on families earning more than $250,000 is destructive   and unfair. It’s unfair to label these households “rich” and to   hint they somehow got all the breaks and are taking advantage of poor people.   Yet, this is exactly what President Obama is doing and without a trace of   contrition.     Calling someone a millionaire that clearly isn’t a millionaire is wrong on so   many levels, but these days the speech has been altered to calling these   households “billionaires,” and in the heat of the moment—usually on   a college campus where romanticism rules—you will hear these people described   as “trillionaires.” Small businesses that are producing jobs would   be crushed by higher taxes. The fact is, most businesses aren’t using tax   breaks offered by the administration, which is fine with me, as I prefer they   hire people instead of buying a new copy machine for accelerated tax write   offs.     Liberals are having a field day with the Lohan tweet because shooting the   messenger is easier than shooting fish in a barrel, and the message gets   taken down in the process. I think my first reaction was feigned concern for   this over pampered Hollywood brat, but a second look at the tweet (not her   face), and she actually hit the matter squarely on the jaw. The bulk of   people that will feel the Obama tax onslaught are not rich but successful   through individual effort. This brings me back to my top conviction; this   entire policy is more about punishment than economics. It is destructive,   mean-spirited and will fail miserably.     At the rate this administration is spending money, a time will come when the   “fair share” argument will drift to those households earning   $100,000 a year. The utopian state envisioned for this nation is a   money-eating monster. The more people lose their jobs and the more corporate   profits are raided, the fewer jobs are created as entrepreneurship is   discouraged and the lack of accountably from watered down education will mean   high paying jobs will shift abroad, and all this means more people on   government assistance.     People that succumb to the urge to take money earned by others to right the wrongs   of yesterday or to assuage their own feelings that things are unfair must   understand that that mindset is no different than going outside and hitting   someone at an ATM machine with a brick.     We can joke around that more often than not Lindsay Lohen sounds like she’s   been hit over the hit with a brick or even in the face, but her tweet is a   punch to the gut once we get over the source and to the heart of the matter.     Today’s Session     I’m becoming more anxious about the market, and after the late summer rally,   we’ll need to see better numbers. For now, Fed action is pushing money to a   point where it has no choice except to go to work, and that means inflating   equity and home prices. It also inflates other things like milk and bread   prices, not to mention gasoline. We know we can’t fight the tape, but we have   to look beneath the surface. The sun is shining harshly from a string of poor   economic data, so we can keep skating, but let’s understand the ice is   thinning.   There is an old saying about canaries in a coal mine, and I think that applies to consumers and credit cards, too. The experts were looking for July consumer credit to expand by $9.2 billion, but instead it declined $3.3 billion and June was revised to a decline of $9.8 billion. The red flag is revolving credit (credit cards), which decreased $4.8 billion during the month. I suspect people are using debit cards, which means spending cash, and while this can stop many from getting in over their heads, it dovetails with a larger narrative that feels like more and more we are living for the moment with less faith in the future.     They are giving away sub-prime loans on cars, and the government is pumping   college loans to a tipping point.

 

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