Not even 24 hours after announcing his candidacy for Kentucky Governor, Phil Moffett made it clear today that his campaign will be focused on the failures and the fraud of the Beshear administration with this press release from campaign manager David Adams:
"Governor Steve Beshear's campaign claimed credit today for creating "the smallest state government in a generation." That's a bigger scam than Barack Obama's claim that he has "saved or created" three million jobs in America. We are holding our state together with accounting gimmicks and federal dollars borrowed from China. Kentucky's public debt-to-GDP ratio is higher than any other state in the nation. Governor Beshear isn't leading anything; he's passing the buck along to Kentucky taxpayers like a typical politician."
That's what I'd call hitting the ground running.
As the far left radical progressives plotted the takeover of America, the destruction of our capitalism and dreamed of the day when we would be ruled by communism, they planned their attack to be slow, and methodical. They envisioned their ultimate goal being accomplished without firing a single shot.
So they met in secret, formed clandestine organizations, stirred up hatred for America and its icons of liberty. They conspired with each other to indoctrinate our children by infusing the college campuses with radicals, they patiently moved into positions of authority and crept about in the shadows where their deeds were rarely glimpsed.
And now, as they prepare for the final assault on our American way of life, they plan to enlist a new generation of soldiers for the final battle. They want to pit our own children against us so that as we pass from this earth and leave the future in their hands, our children will be properly brainwashed to accept slavery.
Think I'm kidding? Think I'm "way out there"? Well take a look at this:
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When a black African man fathers a child with a white American woman their offspring is a sort of mongrel people. At least according to Barack Obama,appearing on "The View".
When asked about his background, which includes a black father and white mother, Obama said of African-Americans: "We are sort of a mongrel people."
"I mean we're all kinds of mixed up," Obama said. "That's actually true of white people as well, but we just know more about it."
The president's remarks were directed at the roots of all Americans. The definition of mongrel as an adjective is defined as "of mixed breed, nature, or origin," according to dictionary.com.
Obama did not appear to be making an inflammatory remark with his statement and the audience appeared to receive it in the light-hearted manner that often accompanies interviews on morning talk shows. [The Hill]
So why then is it an "inflammatory remark" and racist to challenge anything the Obama administration does? Oh that's right, it really isn't, but Saul Alinsky says to call such policy criticisms "racist" in order to intimidate the opposition.
There is apparently one set of rules for us, and another set of rules for radicals.
How many dumbed down citizens does it take for a nation to submit to its own destruction? Seems like we are quickly approaching that point.
The Obama administration is seeking to make it easier for the FBI to compel companies to turn over records of an individual's Internet activity without a court order if agents deem the information relevant to a terrorism or intelligence investigation.
The administration wants to add just four words -- "electronic communication transactional records" -- to a list of items that the law says the FBI may demand without a judge's approval. Government lawyers say this category of information includes the addresses to which an Internet user sends e-mail; the times and dates e-mail was sent and received; and possibly a user's browser history. It does not include, the lawyers hasten to point out, the "content" of e-mail or other Internet communication. [Washington Post]
So the list of items the FBI can demand from you without a warrant "does not include the "content" of e-mail or other
"YET" I would add.
You do see what is going on here, right?
Is an Obama dictatorship coming? Or is it here?
With Congress gridlocked on an immigration bill, the Obama administration is considering using a back door to stop deporting many illegal immigrants - what a draft government memo said could be "a non-legislative version of amnesty."The memo suggests that in-depth discussions have occurred on how to keep many illegal immigrants in the country, which would be at least a temporary alternative to the proposals Democrats in Congress have made to legalize illegal immigrants.
The memo does talk about targeting specific groups of illegal immigrants.
"This memo gives credence to our concerns that the administration will go to great lengths to circumvent Congress and unilaterally execute a backdoor amnesty plan," Mr. Grassley said. [Washington Times]
Many who read this blog may know retired Judge Raymond Lape of Kenton County. I have just received word that Ray has suffered what I'm told was a heart attack while on vacation in Germany with his family.
**UPDATED** The condition may not have been a heart attack. I am getting conflicting reports. I will update when new info becomes available.
**UPDATE** No. 2" I am informed that Judge Lape suffered an arrhythmia and enlarged heart. His doctors in Heidelberg are discussing a pacemaker but no decision has been made yet. The judge has been on a ventilator to help him breathe, and now the doctors are weaning him off of it as he is breathing okay on his own. He is tired but could be off of the ventilator today.
Our prayers go out to him and his family.
I've known Ray since I was 3 years old. He used to ride me to school while he was a night student at Chase College of Law. I'll never forget sitting on top of those big thick law books in the mornings. We used to joke that this explained much about the law I used to quote to him in his days on the Circuit Bench, and where I pulled it from.
Ray has served for many years since retirement as a mediator.
Ray is with his daughter, Kathy, in Germany.
Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
In February an NRA-supported federal law went into effect permitting people who may legally carry firearms to do so in many previously gun-free national parks. Three months later, a backpacker chose to exercise the new right while hiking in Alaska’s Denali National Park. His decision and the new law likely saved his life and that of the female hiker accompanying him. They discovered bear sign and went on high alert. The bear, a grizzly, quickly emerged and charged the female hiker. The male drew a .45 ACP pistol and fired about nine shots, killing the bear. (Daily News-Miner, Fairbanks, AK, 05/30/10)
Reprinted with the encouragement of the NRA
Okay, drum roll please, "And now, ladies and gentlemen, for the first republican to formally declare himself a candidate for Kentucky governor in 2011,.......Phil Moffet" [cymbal crash, then silence]
Who? And his running mate is what state representative? Mike Harmon of Danville?
Okay, so Joe Arnold took the time to conduct an echoey interview on camera and, well, the guy was kind of tongue tied at times.
Okay, so he said his reason for running was a desire to change our tax code in order to attract more businesses to Kentucky. He said choosing a running mate was like dating, and he has a nice smile.
Now let's see how he does in getting wall to wall attention until after the November elections during which time he will likely have the field to himself. Let's see how he deals with the sniping which will be leveled at him from the safety and security of anonymous commentary and let's see if he can expand upon his ideas by providing details.
Oh, and let's see if he has any political chops, you know, the kind of instincts which fit well within the new atmosphere of politician distrust, demand for genuineness and an extremely low tolerance for BS.
He seems like a nice enough guy, but judging by this first interview, David Adams has his work cut out for him.