This Op Ed by Mary Dejevsky in the UK’s Independent consists of such rampant propaganda and drivel it is almost impossible to believe she is not on the official payroll of the Obama Administration. Who would’ve thought the second British Invasion would consist of Piers Morgan and Mary Dejevsky? I miss the Beatles.
Prepare for a sense of overwhelming disbelief as you read the following excerpts. From The Independent:
What a difference four years make. When Barack Obama delivers his second inaugural address, as he will on the Washington Mall on Monday, he will do so confident that he is hitting the ground running.
Really, then why does a recent Gallup poll say Americans have never been so downbeat on the nation?
And while a second term frees him from many of the constraints that curb the ambitions of all first-term presidents, the sense already lurks that his presidential promise is only starting to be fulfilled.
What promise? Continuing and expanding Bush’s unconstitutional policies under the guise of “liberalism?”
Yet there are compelling reasons why two four-year terms may not be enough for a competent and popular US president today. The first, and most obvious, is that a maximum eight-year lease at the White House is short by international standards.
Silly me, for a minute there I thought we were a sovereign nation capable of making our own decisions.
Now here is where she really loses it…
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I don’t have a problem with them doing this. In fact, I think it is a good thing because it will only make successful petitions more powerful. Let’s remember that the “Petition to Deport Piers Morgan,” which undoubtedly annoyed the White House, easily reached over 100,000 signatures within the 30 day period, proving that issues that people care about and that strike a nerve will be able to break this new threshold. The White House ultimately responded to that petition after it hit 109,334 signatures, at which point the signing stops. From the Daily Caller:
President Barack Obama’s deputies have quadrupled the number of signatures that petitioners on the administration’s “We the People” website must collect to get an official response from the White House, following a series of popular, provocative and disrespectful signature drives by his critics.
Some of the petitions sought approval for states to secede after Obama’s re-election, while others called on the White House to disavow executive orders that restrict gun rights, or to deport CNN’s British-born, progressive host Piers Morgan.
“Starting today, as we move into a second term, petitions must receive 100,000 signatures in 30 days in order to receive an official response from the Obama Administration,” said an early evening Jan. 15 statement from Macon Phillips, the White House’s digital strategy director.
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No matter what you think of Alex Jones and his performance with Piers Morgan on CNN last night, the most important point is that he was invited on the show to begin with. This is just further proof that the dinosaur mainstream media channels are dying and are being forced to invite alternative media personalities on their shows to increase ratings. The alternative media is becoming the media.
Meanwhile, Alex told viewers while on air to google “democide” and you can see the results below. According to Wikipedia: “Democide is a term revived and redefined by the political scientist R. J. Rummel as the murder of any person or people by a government, including genocide, politicide, and mass murder. In the 20th century, democide passed war as the leading cause of non-natural death (according to Rummel).”
In the wake of the mainstream media’s latest attack on the 2nd Amendment care of Bob Costas and Piers Morgan, I bring you an absolutely phenomenal article by Charles Cook. This man destroys Piers in a manner I thought only Jesse Ventura capable of.
As conservatives including myself never tire of pointing out to the uninitiated, the not-unrelated notions that the Second Amendment is either a historical anomaly or that it only applies to, say, hunters are both arrant nonsense. You won’t hear this in school, kids, but the right to bear arms is an issue that not only predates the Second Amendment by a matter of centuries, but one that strikes at the very heart of the relationship between the citizen and the state. Free men who control the government can, of course, bear arms. Slaves cannot. The distinction is crucial, as Dred Scott discovered.
- Charles Cook
Just read this article. Fantastic work.
Poor little billionaire mayor of NYC, Mike Bloomberg, is at it again! Clearly he couldn’t handle the heat he got for using the tragedy in the state of Colorado (where I happen to actually live) to push his anti-gun agenda. So how does a megalomaniac cry baby respond? By throwing a temper tantrum of course.
While on Piers Morgan show on CNN, this despotic control freak showed his true colors. When asked by Mr. Morgan: “Why do so many Americans not feel angry enough to demand further gun control?” Here’s his answer:
Well, I would take it one step further. I don’t understand why the police officers across this country don’t stand up collectively and say, we’re going to go on strike. We’re not going to protect you. Unless you, the public, through your legislature, do what’s required to keep us safe.
There you go folks. This guy, who is the mayor of the largest city in the United States, doesn’t really care about public safety. He wants to disarm you and he becomes a petulant child about it when he can’t get his way. In this excellent article from the WSJ, the author rightly tears Bloomberg apart. He writes:
And whether Bloomberg meant to suggest a real strike threat or an empty one, it seems obvious that such a move would be counterproductive. The prospect of police shirking their duty to protect the citizenry strengthens, not weakens, the case for private ownership of firearms and other tools of self-defense.
A police strike, as Bloomberg figured out a day late, is illegal in itself. Bloomberg’s strike would be for the purpose of curtailing the citizenry’s constitutional rights. The mayor urged an unlawful rebellion by government employees against their employers, the people. Since ours is a government of the people, established by the Constitution, this was nothing less than a call for insurrection.
Full article here.