Friday, August 31, 2012

Romney accepts GOP nomination; race is on                                                                             

TAMPA – Mitt Romney formally accepted the Republican nomination for president Thursday night, addressing a spirited and roaring crowd of party faithful with an address in which he wished "President Obama had succeeded because I want America to succeed."
if this was true why did he sit back for four years letting Americans flounder and never once rebuking McConnell's declaration of his number one job was to make Barack Obama a one term president"
the man is an habitual liar all who praised and claim his sainthood know he is a liar, but they don't care even though he's lying to them too. how anal is that?
do you want someone you'll always wonder if they are not lying this time? smiling faces?

Herman Cain: Polls show blacks voting for Obama because Romney supporters were working

Former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain said he expects more blacks to vote for Mitt Romney than polls indicate because many "working" blacks likely were not polled.
"They were working, so they didn't answer the phone when they took the poll," Cain said Wednesday night on "The Daily Show." "Believe it or not, some black people have jobs, and careers, and they run businesses. They didn't take that into account."
he is still an embarrassment, the rest of his party says we don't have jobs other then slingin' dope and Obama has increased the unemployment rate, so much for his flawed assessment. 
think about it why would the right poll Blacks in order to get positive ratings for their candidate. ask everyone you know to as all the know etc. has any republican ever called them for opinion polls?
he actually has the republicans fooled into his having a lecherous finger on the pulse of Black America, he is loved as much as Alan West, and his despicable butt is hated.
buffoonery is bliss as well as ignorance.

Dems plot attack for Charlotte

Officials say Obama and his allies plan to focus heavily on Mitt Romney’s record as a business executive and as governor of Massachusetts — areas they say Republicans glossed over in Tampa.
 Yet Democratic officials acknowledge their challenge will be to go beyond returning fire with fire, combining attacks on Romney with an affirmative case for Obama.
“It has to be more,” said Sen. Dick Durbin (Ill.), a close Obama ally and the second-ranking Democrat in the upper chamber. 
i've always said they need to take a page from the right, fire wit fire some times is a necessity. they have all those fires in the southwest to stop and control they create fire breaks, they set afire to burn off the burnables before the main fire gets there leaving nothing to burn and fire runs out of fuel. 
now take that and apply the scenario to the republican lie campaign.
ever hear "it takes one to know one"? you have to approach a nefarious foe with their on kind of nefariousness.

Never Mind Super PACs: How Big Business Is Buying the Election

these are the people Romney pals around with.

On January 27, 2010, one year into his term, President Barack Obama used the occasion of his State of the Union address to issue a warning. The Supreme Court had just opened the “floodgates for special interests—including foreign corporations—to spend without limit in our elections.” He was speaking about the ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in which the Court struck down nearly a century of law, granting corporations vast new leeway to influence the outcome of elections.
In the months after Obama’s speech, the American Petroleum Institute, an oil industry trade association that represents hundreds of multinational oil and gas companies, would demonstrate just how prescient the president’s warning was.
Before Citizens United, API had gone to battle with the president over his efforts to address global warming. It took out issue ads, hired lobbyists from K Street, and financed dubious studies to claim that even the most piecemeal legislative fixes, such as the Waxman-Markey bill designed to cap carbon emissions, would lead to economic ruin. The group spent $7.3 million on federal lobbying during the year the bill was being debated.
does this sound like the republican effort to "deregulation", 2 & 2 is still four even in a right wing world and they know it. 
do yourself a favor and google how many attempts and bill have been introduced by the right to deregulate like Koch factories Romney said he wants to look out for you and your family if he really does the T-Party won't let him and supporting laws to deregulate can end like this, not lookin' out so much huh?
Aramco, by means of its US subsidiary, is understood by insiders to be one of the top donors to API, where, according to the Washington Post, membership dues for the largest firms can be as much as $20 million a year.
API has roughly 400 member firms, but only a small group of oil and gas industry CEOs sit on its board of directors, which oversees the trade association’s major political campaigns, according to API state business filings and two former API executives. Alongside the top officials of such major American firms as ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips, one of those directors for the past three years has been Al-Gabsani.
now do you understand why in a right wing WH "we the people" will always reside not on the back burner, but in the garage in the BBQ grill they didn't clean after their last use.

Daily Kos: Ann Romney thinks lady voters are pretty dumb most of the time

This woman is truly awful:
I'm hearing from so many women that may not have considered voting for a Republican before, but said, "It's time for the grown-up to come, the man that's going to take this seriously, that's going to take the future of our children very, very seriously."
It's funny how anonymous women keep reporting things to Ann (that she can then report to Mitt so he doesn't have to talk to women directly) that seem, at best, unlikely, and more likely, pulled straight out of her pampered two-Cadillac-driving ass. 
These women keep telling Ann things that they're not telling anyone else—certainly not the pollsters out there who keep reporting back that women like President Obama much more than they like Mitt Romney; that women trust Obama more than they trust Romney; and that Romney kinda sorta scares the daylights out of them.
that is so rhetorical on both sides, i've heardmore on the right, "a lady came up to me yesterday and asked me.......... why WTF are they that somebody seeks their counsel, if they had ever heard those people they would not have walked up on them, if they could when their position is already contrary to the inquirer.
But here's where Ann once again reveals herself to be just as mean and awkward and insulting as her husband:
I very much believe, Candy, that it's going to be an economic election, and I think a lot of women may be voting, this cycle around, in a different way than they usually are: that is, thinking about the economy, thinking about their own jobs, thinking about their husbands' jobs, but also thinking about the future.
Usually, we lady voters try not to hurt our ladybrains with serious things like the economy or our jobs or the future. We're far more likely to vote based on where we are in our menstrual cycle or whether we're having a good hair day. Sometimes, we just flip a stiletto: heel facing north, we vote Democrat; heel facing south, we vote Republican. After we find a big strong "grown up" man to tell us which way is which because you know how we ladies are with directions.
does Annie get her info from US magazine no sleight to US but how many women don't read it?

Mitt Romney's Congressional Allies Gear Up for First 100 Days
if people support a liar, are they beyond lying themselves?  is all the syrup talk really sweet?  Mormon Church got 4 million, motivation?

dreams of spending more millions to celebrate the total sucking in of it's base. 
again overreaching and not considering or arrogant enough to think they won over Hispanics and Blacks they need to win. 
either way the celebration is another reverse psychology ploy and it will be for the millions in bribe perks they would receive for going corporate and repeating another lie like 2010, your jobs?
TAMPA, Fla. - Congressional allies close to Mitt Romney are already looking ahead to a GOP takeover next year and are trying to set the stage for a burst of post-inauguration activity, lawmakers, aides and GOP strategists told Roll Call this week.
Romney and his running mate Rep. Paul Ryan have close ties to key Republicans in both chambers who will be instrumental in pushing the former Massachusetts governor's agenda to his desk and help him hit the ground running.
see what can happen when their is cooperation and no deliberate blocking?
And while the campaign is clearly the overwhelming focus for now, talks have already begun with Romney's transition team, led by Mike Leavitt and his staff, as well as with Romney himself, about strategies for getting his legislation through a Congress that has been locked in partisan gridlock for the past two years.
how cool would be if they get kicked out of congress? assuming that they will win everything or if just the WH progressive would compromise and still help those who chose republican demolition.
Speaker John Boehner (Ohio) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) - who hopes to be Majority Leader next year - both have strong links to Romney's campaign and are largely on board with his agenda, of course.
they are once again telling you their clandestine agenda that really does not include America or it's population. you falling for it again?  remember if his policies aren't working it's becausae they blocked them. recognize

How Outsiders Can Become Allies Chris Matthews' rant over the GOP and race inspired this advice on how to support groups you don't belong to.

(The Root) -- "You're being divisive!"
When I raised the racial issues I sawin the Occupy Movement, I was barraged by accusations of being divisive. We have to work together, my critics said. Identity politics is bad, they tweeted. It's not about these differences; it's about the big banks, they said.
While I didn't necessarily disagree (although I am 100 percent pro-identity politics), I did find the idea that I was being divisive because I'd voiced concerns to be problematic. My critics claimed that Occupy was working toward racial justice; how could I say these things about people who wereallies?
The answer: easily.
The idea of allies in social-justice battles isn't new. An Ally (I'll capitalize it to identify it as a title) is one who doesn't belong to the persecuted group but nevertheless seeks justice and equality for them through support and action. White Allies marched with Martin Luther King Jr. Male Allies fought, or fight, alongside women for equal opportunity. "Cisgender" Allies protest and voice their opposition against the unequal treatment of the LGBT community.
Oftentimes the marginalized need Allies in order to achieve their goals because of their small numbers relative to the population. Allies swell ranks and create a chorus of dissent, and together they force change to occur.
it takes a complete village.
 although not all the time just one time when a unsure person is listening that could be tantamount to a Fox broadcast.But I would be remiss not to acknowledge his #AllyFail in the past. He's made problematic offhand comments here and there, but he famously stepped into the fire when, after President Obama's State of the Union speech in 2010, he stated, "For an hour I forgot Obama was black." Not seeing color isn't a compliment. It implies that if you did see my color, there could be an issue -- but since you don't, now I can be looked at as equal.
i always have liked Chris, but of late i don't know what direction he is leaning as with other MSNBC personalities, if they are propping up right wing with out challenging like they used to do then they are doing their viewers a dis-service by allowing lies and innuendo to stand. i'm disappointed.
although not all the time just one time when a unsure person is listening that could be tantamount to a Fox broadcast.

Pentagon may take legal action against SEAL author

are Pentgon signed pledges less binding then Grover Norquist pledges?
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon's top lawyer has informed the former Navy SEAL who wrote a forthcoming book describing details of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden that he violated agreements to not divulge military secrets and that as a result the Pentagon is considering taking legal action against him.
The general counsel of the Defense Department, Jeh Johnson, wrote in a letter transmitted Thursday to the author that he had signed two nondisclosure agreements with the Navy in 2007 that obliged him to "never divulge" classified information.
"This commitment remains in force even after you left the active duty Navy," Johnson wrote. He said the author, Matt Bissonnette, left active duty "on or about April 20, 2012," which was nearly one year after the May 2011 raid.
By signing the agreements, Bissonnette acknowledged his awareness, Johnson wrote, that "disclosure of classified information constitutes a violation of federal criminal law." He said it also obliged the author to submit his manuscript for a security review by the government before it was published. The Pentagon has said the manuscript was not submitted for review, although it obtained a copy last week.
Johnson said that after reviewing a copy of the book, "No Easy Day," the Pentagon concluded that the author is in "material breach and violation" of the agreements.
this is a blatant attempt at glory stealing by the sour grapes right. 
When the world needs a tough job done, Romney said, "you need an American."
wreaks of birther idiocy. now all the deniers can claim foul, remember the President does the tough jobs and more successfully then the republicans who blocked your jobs bill and still trying to block your healthcare, so Romney "confirms Obama is American and doing his job, inspite of their obstruction.
we need a Pres. who fights for "we the people" not them the bigoted big money persons.
In his book, Bissonnette wrote that the SEALs spotted bin Laden at the top of a darkened hallway and shot him in the head even though they could not tell whether he was armed. Administration officials have described the SEALs shooting bin Laden only after he ducked back into a bedroom because they assumed he might be reaching for a weapon.
Military experts said Wednesday that if Bissonnette's recollection is accurate, the SEALS made the right call to open fire on the terrorist mastermind, who had plenty of time to reach for a weapon or explosives as they made their way up to the third level of the house where he hid.
Johnson noted that "copies of the book have apparently already been released." He added, "further public dissemination of your book will aggravate your breach and violation of your agreements."
if this is designed to in someway dilute the Pres. actions which is more egregious the Pres. fullfilling a broken promise by the right to get Bin Laden, or a traitorous SOB breaching his promise not inclined to think this guy was working from a progressive position.

Romney asks US to 'turn page;' Obama pans GOP plan

Romney's mom asked, "why should women have less say...." ask Issa and the republicans why, they are the oppressors  of women. so actually she could have asked Mitt.
as to his going to Mormon families kids, it was his job he was the pastor that's not anything special any and all ministers do that even the crooked one's.

TAMPA, Fla. — Lifted by a show of Republican unity that once seemed so distant, Mitt Romney plunged into the presidential campaign's final 67 days focused more than ever on jobs and the economy, and depicting President Barack Obama as a well-meaning but inept man who must be replaced.
"America has been patient," he told the nation. "Americans have supported this president in good faith. But today, the time has come to turn the page."
they keep leaving out a key piece of information
you make the determination of whether the Pres. failed you or your republican congress sitting at 10 % approval while Pres. sits at 46% mostly do to right wing misleading "we the people".
American's if you want to fix Wash. and reform get rid of your do nothing jobs act blocking, not wanting you and the country to succeed because you may re-elect The Pres. how divisive is that? 100% more than they try to blame the Pres. of. recognize Pres. is for you the right talks of being for you, wish in one hand poop in the other see what comes true first.

A History of Mitt Romney in 30 Objects

a not so right wing rewrite of the candidates history enjoy
On the campaign trail, Mitt Romney has expressed his love for America, mangoes, papayas, pie, water, laughing, good pretzels, American cars, the existence of wind, legal immigration, all of the Constitutional amendments, ice skating, and trees of a certain height. But if you're looking to understand where the GOP presidential candidate is coming from, it's best to examine a different set of objects. As Romney prepares to accept his party's nomination in Tampa, here's our virtual tour of his defining moments as told through the objects, both literal and metaphorical, that he's encountered on his journey.
 end result, does this or their version with the factual lying really make a better Pres., the economy is going to improve anyway, so using their logic like Bush deserved credit for all of the Pres. accomplishments. wouldn't Pres. be responsible for that rise in the Romney economy or was that just another two faced one? as for Bush what he deserves is well documented "it's on video tape stupid"

Israel Finds Itself A Partisan Election Issue In U.S.

war for brownie points,your right wing candidate part deux?
Republican Mitt Romney greets audience members after delivering a speech in Jerusalem on July 29. Israel's new prominence in campaign rhetoric has some in the Jewish state worried.
Republican Mitt Romney greets audience members after delivering a speech in Jerusalem on July 29. Israel's new prominence in campaign rhetoric has some in the Jewish state worried.
Although discussion of foreign policy was in scant evidence at the Republican National Convention, one country did loom large in the lineup: Israel.
Republican delegates in Tampa, Fla., were treated this week to images of Mitt Romney's recent visit to Israel. With stirring music and pictures of Jerusalem's iconic sites, the message of the Romney campaign is that the Republican candidate is a better friend to Israel than President Obama is.
Israel has featured prominently in previous campaigns: Obama visited Israel before his election in 2008, as has almost every presidential candidate from both parties before him. But observers in Israel say this U.S. election is different.
"Traditionally, Israel has always tried to refrain from making itself an issue, refrain from superimposing itself onto the political process in the U.S.," says Alon Pinchas, the former Israeli consul in New York and a commentator on U.S.-Israel relations.
He says support for Israel this time around has been made into a partisan cause.
"Inserting Israel as an issue, and by that I mean a wedge issue, it politicizes Israel and that is not only bad for bipartisanship on Israel, it is bad for Israel," he says.
this is what the republican's do to the foreign policy that was getting us back in good graces and conducive to good discourse not "bad bipartisanship", by who, the wannabe's not ready for prime time, or foreign engagement, evidenced his "National Lampoon European Vacation".  "it's on video tape stupid".
He says there is a perception of frosty relations between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Obama that has allowed the Republicans to make the case that the president is less supportive of Israel than his rival.
Here in Israel though, Netenyahu's right-wing government is also being blamed for the change in rhetoric. Analysts say members of his party and the governing coalition have been much more vocal in taking sides.
radical right is as advertised. just as reprehensible as their counterparts here.
"We can say it very clearly, President Obama was not a friend of Israel in the last four years," says Danny Danon, the deputy speaker of parliament and a member of Netanyahu's Likud Party. "We tell the American people, elect whomever you want but regarding Israel we want to see a different kind of relationship with the White House.
Danon is publishing a book in the U.S. next week called Israel: The Will to Prevail, which has been timed for release just before the November elections. It denounces Obama's polices in the Middle East.
"I'm not a Republican or a Democrat, but I think we need to tell the truth to our friends," he says. "I think when it comes to Iran, the American people should ask who will be a better leader to deal with the threat coming from Iran."
selling a book in US and a war mongering party with their head money maker are best to handle Iran?? "got more war? may not be republican or Dem. but he is trying to make a buck off hyperbole, Mitts kinda guy "get money" by any means necessary.
Israel is looking for someone to help and condone their desire to go to war, who better then the resident saber waver's of the right wing. you haven't had enough yet?

Republican National Committee Convention                 

they sure did a good actor of yesterday a disservice allowing him to embarrass himself then when it fell apart they kicked him to the curb to diminish is participation, they all but put a red nose and grease paint on him.  they were complicit, someone put the chair out.
11:38: Former Romney adviser Alex Castellanos on CNN: “He didn’t answer the question that is on everybody’s mind, which is he didn’t offer anything new. He just wanted to go back to Bush. And at some point, Candy Crowley is going to be moderating a debate. Barack Obama is going to turn to MItt Romney and say, ‘here is what I want to know: you’ve said nothing new tonight.’”
11:29: On CNN, former Reagan adviser David Gergen said Romney’s speech lacked substance. “If there were any tough choices laid out tonight, I didn’t hear them. I think they skirted that.”
11:36: Two people were escorted out of the convention hall holding Code Pink signs and one reading, “Democracy is not a business.”
11:13: Romney is the second speaker tonight to refer to America as “These United States,” a formulation from the Nineteenth Century.
11:07: “President Obama promised to slow the rise of the oceans.” Big laugh line. It’s too bad Romney and most of the GOP delegates don’t believe in global warming.
11:07: Romney says he wouldn’t raise taxes on the middle class. But his plan would require it
no matter how nice and well performed their canned speeches were they all reverted to character and repeated the rebuked lies turning IMO sugar to crap.
11:06: Romney believes Obama went on an apology tour — he didn’t.
11:06: Romney just promised to increase the deficit by $109 billion.
11:05: @MattYglesias points out that “Obama’s war on oil and gas has led to skyrocketing employment in the sector”: 
all was nullified by their insistence on promoting lies. i believe some of the faces i saw reflected that realization RNC=Republican National Contrivance. the only thing they showed is they still have no plans just generalizations, and unproven lies.
11:04: Economists have characterized Romney’s job growth goal as “pretty close to what’s already expected.” Check out this Moody’s Analysis:
11:04: Why would anyone trust Romney’s job claims? While he was governor, Massachusetts was 47th in job creation.
when you pay professional speech writers to put on your best face you usually get your moneys worth. but when you go off script and show your true nature one of lies and divisiveness, you counter the facade created and people walk away with same crap different day.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

FACTS MATTER: The Ultimate Guide To Mitt Romney's Convention Speech                                         

SPOILER ALERT; it's a big fat lie!
Politicians from both parties twist facts or spin policy, but Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign has had a particularly strained relationship with the truth, repeating false claims with impunity — even after fact checkers, mainstream media organizations, and blogs have all debunked their assertions.
From claiming that “Obama gutted the welfare work requirement” to insisting that his own policies won’t deregulate Wall Street, Romney has led a post-truth campaign. A top adviser even admitted earlier this week, “We’re not going to let our campaign be dictated by fact-checkers.”
ThinkProgress has compiled a Viewer’s Guide comparing what Romney says with the facts: 
Romney On His Tax Plan || Romney On Wall Street ||Romney On The Budget
Romney On Bain Capital || Romney On Obamacare || Romney On Medicare
Romney On Women’s Health || Romney On Energy || Romney On Global Warming
Romney On The Auto Bailout || Romney On Welfare Reform || Romney On Food Stamps
Romney On Security || Romney On LGBT rights

why are the so called progressive leaning broadcasters allowing blaring lies and misleading to cross their desk and keep going? some challenge but not strongly. 
 i understand alienation and ratings but should that be more of a concern then their reputation to report the truth and fight for that. Fox is rich but their their seriousness and honesty is questionable, the allegedly create their own news, little more than allegedly.
"The highest income people will continue to pay the largest share of the tax burden and middle-income taxpayers, under my plan… So, we're not going to reduce taxes for high-income people." [CBS, 8/12/2012]
REALITY: Under Romney's plan, someone in the richest 1 percent of Americans would receive a $60,000 tax cut, while someone in the richest 0.1 percent would receive a $264,000 tax cut. Even under the most generous assumptions about the elimination of tax deductions — so assuming Romney eliminates loopholes and deductions in the most progressive way possible — millionaires still receive an $87,000 tax cut, while the middle-class sees their taxes go up. [Tax Policy Center, 2/23/2012; Tax Policy Center, 8/1/2012]
this is why you get no specificity from the right the numbers don't jive hell their words don't either.
that's right "hang down your head Tom Dooley".

Rand Paul or Scam Paul- The Real Dr No

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) took aim at President Barack Obama and his signature health care reform law in his speech at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday night.
The GOP senator also tackled the issue of government spending and reducing the deficit.
"To overcome the current crisis, we must appreciate and applaud American success," he said. "We must step forward, unabashedly and proclaim: You did build that. You earned that. You worked hard.
According to the article Paul attempted at some point to create his own certification board, with associated credentialing fees; listing family members as officers in the organization.
Although neither the word 'Scam' or 'Chicanery' appears in the article, I suspect they would be at home there.
You really have to take your hat off to Paul- as a Libertarian unburdened by the conventions of society like passing boards, maintaining licenses or paying taxes- Libertarians are free and fully empowered to creat their own business realities.
I wish I could just make crap up like Rand Paul- the man is living the dream. 
he is only on the stage because of a back door deal by papa Paul to keep him in if he gets out. born on third and thinks he hit a homerun.
 Guess how much a successful ophthalmologist like Rand Paul makes in a year? Just $46,143, according to his personal financial disclosure (Warning: PDF Link). Not sure how someone who lives in a $500,000 home in a gated community can pay his bills on just $46K. He’s got rental property and an LLC in Bowling Green that paid him $176,223 – along with "royalties," however. Whatever "royalties" means.
this is the guy who cononed his guards sticking their foot in the back of a womnen's neck on the curb at his rally. he's a lying crook, well maybe he does belong on their stage.

Team Obama attacks Ryan convention speech for 'falsehoods'

The Obama campaign also argues Ryan misled voters by criticizing Obama for not embracing the Bowles-Simpson deficit-reduction plan when Ryan himself voted against legislation based on the plan.
SPOILER WARNING!  they all lied big time.
The Mitt Romney campaign has said the top priority for the speech was to present Ryan as an honest broker telling hard deficit truths to the public; the Obama message is a frontal assault on that effort.
“If you've seen any coverage of Paul Ryan's speech in Tampa, you know that the consensus among journalists and independent observers is that it was ... factually challenged,” Messina wrote. 
“He lied about Medicare. He lied about the Recovery Act. He lied about the deficit and debt. He even dishonestly attacked Barack Obama for the closing of a GM plant in his hometown of Janesville, Wis. — a plant that closed in December 2008 under George W. Bush,” Messina wrote.
wonder if that was really Ryan given all those lies one has to wonder.
The Obama camp is pointing out that the plant closed later in 2008, before Obama took office.
“The fact that this speech, on this huge stage, is this blatantly false represents a huge bet by the Romney campaign — they've decided that facts, truth and reality will not be a brake on their campaign message,” Messina’s pitch concludes. “The only thing that can beat this back is you.”
why is there not more LOUD outrage about the deceitfulness of the right wing where are the progressive's where are the ads exposing what America heard last night and atleast half believe to be gospel? pointing out something does not reach those who aren't looking or listening.

Jan Brewer accidentally endorses Obama at convention

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when you see her doesn't it make you want to break out the old Sunbeam and iron her face?
During an interview with MSNBC from the convention floor, Brewer, who has taken a hard line on border security and illegal immigration in her state, was asked if she had talked to Mitt Romney about those issues.
"I know Governor Romney understands those issues," Brewer said, just before her slip-of-the-tongue:
I know that if President Obama is elected in November, which I hope that he is, that he will be able to come together with all of us and come up with a solution and I believe he will secure our borders and therefore we can resolve all those other issues, it's a simple matter.
they may have removed the video for understandable reasons. "but it's still in the media stupid". 
they say that a gaffe is just a stumble-on to the truth. was she giving him the best endorsement she had. who knew. got starch?
[President Obama] stepped off Air Force One at 3:28 pm and was greeted by Gov. Jan Brewer. She handed him a handwritten letter in an envelope and they spoke intensely for a few minutes. At one point, she pointed her finger at him.      

her following explanation is right wing elephant dung, she has respect for the office read but not you!
her following explanation is right wing elephant dung, she has respect for the office read but not you!

At the Republican Convention, the Words Being Used
some call it just campaign rhetoric, buzz words, code words these are the results when the words are not their's but those of a ghostwriter, who was told what to include in the prewritten not the candidates words script, of misleading, misinformation designed to fool you again, and the right wing base all giddy looking forward to the bamboozle.

can anyone on the right tell you specifically how they individually profits from this unholy union as a normal citizen, without parroting the vague thinly veiled patent response that tells you nothing.

think they are really going to unveil this travesty they are trying to pull off on you too after the election, when it's too late to do anything but go "AHHHH CRAP".

Planned Parenthood Expands Breast-Health Programs Nationwide

(The Root) -- Last week Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards, along with actress and activist Gabrielle Union, introduced the organization's expanded breast-health initiative. Thanks to their controversial fallout with SusanGKomen for the Cure in February, when their longtime financial supporter succumbed to political pressure and briefly discontinued funds for breast-health programs, Planned Parenthood received $3 million in donations in a little more than 72 hours. 
These donations, from more than 77,000 people, have opened the gates for the organization's increased efforts in the fight against breast cancer.
Planned Parenthood doctors are currently equipped to administer breast exams, but moving forward, if a patient's screening is abnormal, women will receive not only a referral to a local mammogram, ultrasound or biopsy provider but also financial support if they don't have health insurance. In addition, the organization is enlarging its breast-health education efforts -- including the importance of regular exams and how to recognize abnormalities -- specifically toward Latinas and women in general under 40 years old.
despite the efforts of those who oppose they have helped the clinics designed to do much  much more than abortion, which they lied and tried to hang that abortion label as the only service. God does not like ugly no matter what religion it claims to be.
Planned Parenthood is undeterred.
"It's well-known that there are limits to mammography, but it's still the best assessment tool we have at our disposal in terms of early detection, screenings and frontline imaging," Shawn Rhea, Planned Parenthood's director of health media, told The Root.
always a knit picker mostly of right wing denial, and oz. of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
i lost a friend and 18 year relationship to Breast Cancer. don't wish that on anyone even republicans.

Ryan carves up President Obama

he just did what he was told to do in the words he was told to say, except maybe that hometown factory that closed before he took office, by Senor and the choreographers, did you see them or a projection of right wing holograms? easy to pull something off if you have instructors and practice sessions that are scripted, how much of those writer's words were the thoughts of the speaker's and if any why didn't they write them and actually use their own words. who are you to believe a ghostwriter or a ventriloquist a puppet?   like their nominee who will really run the WH, if Ryan was the pump up then why aren't they putting him on top, according to them Ryan completes Romney creating ROMYAN?  oh yeah Ryan it's Led Zeppelin and i'm Black, bet they hate you too.
TAMPA, Fla. — Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on Wednesday night electrified the Republican Party with a speech that combined lacerating attacks on President Obama with homespun values and a tribute to GOP candidate Mitt Romney.
In a 35-minute address that drew thunderous applause from Republican delegates, Ryan condemned the Obama presidency and presented an optimistic vision of the future under Romney’s leadership.
well when you are serving up red meat you have to slice it, but not only was he a bad host no red wine but he as all are still lying after it's all been proven to be republican mind farts. the self serving praise of a non existent concern for the middle class was glaring in light of the facts of his infamous "budget plan", which does none of the things he said. 
he still pushed the welfare/work farce, let's suffice it to say nice construct of TelePrompter speeches making them written by someone else but we were to believe it was this person who authored it. and the dual promters so it would appear they were addressing entire audience when they were just looking for what to say next.  then 
the padded audience the ones like those monkeys with
the cymbals. and when is Ryan going to tell his mom what he's going to do to her and the rest of the seniors, after the election?
“Our nominee is sure ready,” the vice-presidential nominee said. “His whole life has prepared him for this moment — to meet serious challenges in a serious way, without excuses and idle words. After four years of getting the run-around, America needs a turnaround, and the man for the job is Gov. Mitt Romney.”
then why are they still holding their noes's and depending on the other deceiver to qualify the one they are trying to "ram down our throats" to quote the right? one thing you can depend on with them, no one is who they seem or made over to be fraudulence with in the party of fraud.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

NY Times' Bill Keller Wants to Know When Lying Became So Prevalent

“We did build that,” has already been established as one of the more dishonest political memes in a campaign season undisturbed by shame. The Republicans took a clumsy phrase from an Obama speech in July, in which the president pointed out that most American business successes have been assisted by infrastructure, education or incentives underwritten by the government. The Republican spin-masters whipped this into a preposterous claim that Obama denied American entrepreneurs any credit for their creations. The fact that this slogan has been thoroughly debunked has not kept it from being the defining theme in Tampa.
Until Tuesday’s opening festivities you could call this a particularly egregious example of the familiar political game of ripping things out of context. (As in, “I like to fire people.”) A little distortion. A bit of oppo jiu-jitsu.
But why stop there? Why not go whole hog and just make stuff up?[..]
In another campaign season, the fact that the opposition edited the president’s voice to say something he didn’t say would be regarded as audacious. This year it’s almost unremarkable.
Goodness gracious! Republicans feel they can lie with complete impunity? Where would they get that idea?
Shall we ask Judith MillerJayson BlairSteven Erlanger? Or your recently departed Public Editor Arthur S. Brisbane? Or maybe Maureen Dowd has an idea about when public ethics took such a nosedive. 
Want to know why lying became so prevalent? Look in the mirror.
we allow this behavior to proliferate mostly do to indifference they allow it because of deep seated hatred of Black people. hey it worked for Glenn Beck whats good for is still good for.