Monday, July 11, 2011

Liberal Donors ignore, LA Times runs cover for CA Dem Candidate's Gangbanger Ties

A traditionally safe Democrat congressional seat is up for grabs in a special election in Los Angeles Tuesday, July 12th. Craig Huey is the GOP candidate.  Janice Hahn is liberals' favorite to beat.  The local FoxTV News ran a damning story exposing the Democrat candidate’s connection to a program that gave taxpayer money to Los Angeles gangbangers, including convicted rapists and gun traffickers. It is a must watch:

The Democrat responded by threatening legal action against the news station!! BreitbartTV and BigGovernment recently covered this scandal. So, to the Democrat’s rescue rides the liberal fish wrap known as The Los Angeles Times.

Reinforcing its role as trashy leftist tabloid, the Times responded with a story that repeatedly pronounced the Fox news report as “discredited” -- but without explaining “why” or “how” the report was discredited. The Fox News report is “discredited” because the Los Angeles Times just … said so.

The Times’ story then doubles down on stupid by uncritically reporting “claims” that GOP candidate Craig Huey is “suppressing women's votes.” Shocking claim, but how is Huey suppressing the women’s vote? By focusing the election on the economy instead of abortion! Yes, you read that correctly. Making the economy the issue in a Congressional election is sexist and suppresses the women’s vote, because The Los Angeles Times just … said so.

Continuing its feverish descent in Alinksyesque drivel, the Times explains that the GOP candidate is “out of step” with the “moderate” voters in the district because he opposes same sex marriage and favors abortion limitations. So, a “moderate” voter is one who supports gay marriage, opposes any limits on abortion, and never, ever is concerned with the economy, because The Los Angeles Times just … said so.

The Times sees nothing controversial with a local program that puts taxpayer money into gangbangers’ hands who then use that money for criminal activity and gun running. And, apparently, neither do liberal donors to Hahn's campaign:

The dearth in donations from GOP House members [to Craig Huey's campaign] also stands in contrast to the generosity of House Democrats, 27 of whom have contributed to Huey’s opponent, Los Angeles City Councilwoman Janice Hahn. That’s nearly four times as many as their House GOP counterparts.
Hahn received contributions from a slate of party leaders and a few Democrats outside of California, including Massachusetts Reps. John Tierney and Nikki Tsongas, Washington Rep. Norm Dicks, and New York Rep. Joe Crowley. Hahn also picked up checks from several party caucuses, including the Congressional Black Caucus and the New Democrat Coalition.
So just what is it about Democrats and their obsession with getting taxpayer money and guns into criminals' hands, justifying it with some sort of program to rehab or track bad guys and then trying to smother news reports with legal sabre rattling? We'll have to leave that question to Eric Holder's DOJ and the ATF because no one at The Los Angeles Times, Politico nor even one of Janice Hahn liberal donors apparently has the least concern about how Ms. Hahn used local taxpayers' dollars.

Remember, women's rights uber alles.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Would Palin Unite America with a Conservative Cabinet Campaign?

If Sarah Palin runs for President, how can she unite Americans behind her campaign given a strong field of candidates and the frenzied onslaught of Make-Believe Media lies?  I cannot speak as a politician or a "strategerist," but as a mother, I want all my children to stop squabbling and work together as a team.  As an American, I want politicians to do nothing less for the good of the nation.
Applying that maternal common sense to politics, Mrs. Palin could unite Americans around her Conservative Dream Cabinet. As the keystone to her campaign, she could announce her intent to give Americans a team to vote FOR, a conservative team with an all star line up to defeat Obama and the liberals. The only trouble may be the excess of excellent conservatives in the field.

The selling point would be that every leading conservative will be part of a Palin Conservative Cabinet for America.  Solely by way of example, Michele Bachmann as VP would create an awesome dynamic feminine duo.  Similarly, Herman Cain for VP would bring conservatism with private business success credentials along with bullet proof credibility against the hackneyed leftist race card challenge.  Either Bachmann's experience as a tax attorney or Cain's business acumen could be put to good use rearranging the IRS. 

Rick Santorum could replace Eric Holder as Attorney General, a perfect place to fight abortion, enforce DOMA, police abuses in Congress, and drain the racist DOJ policy fever swamp in one fell swoop.

Although not formally in the race yet, Rick Perry would be an excellent draft to run the EPA, cutting stifling environmental regulations and encouraging oil drilling and private business development.  Likewise, Allen West could be tapped to head up the military.  Of course either man would be yet another great Palin VP pick if either decide to throw their hats in.

And what if Mrs. Palin invited Ron Paul to head the Fed?  Sweet for the libertarians.

I'll leave it to Sarah and her advisers to figure how to incorporate Pawlenty and other noble conservative candidates into her conservative cabinet. And in the true spirit of keeping enemies closer than friends, Sarah could bring the Establishment RINO Republicans like media darlings Mitt Romney and John Huntsman in too.

Instead of gradually weakening our conservative field by letting the Make-Believe Media pick the most moderate as the Republican default to face Obama in a remake of the 2008 Liberal versus Liberal Light battle, Sarah could unite those brave conservatives now running and thereby also unite independents who are craving conservative leadership that has gone wanting in the Republican party since the Contract with America. 

A proffered Conservative Cabinet for America would give many Americans reasons to vote FOR their favorite candidates under Sarah's dynamic media mantle.  That positive vote FOR conservatism coupled with people's desire to vote AGAINST Obama's disastrous policies could be a landslide winning tactic.  And such a tactic could emasculate liberal critics who would no longer be able to pick on the girl but would have to take Conservatism on.  It could avoid a lot of the partisan competition and blood letting by giving some of the lesser candidates a graceful way out as Palin becomes the woman to beat for the nomination.

One Conservative Nation. One Conservative Cabinet. One Conservative President. Reagan did it. Sarah Palin can too.