Sunday, April 17, 2011


Submitted by:Debbie Warren

I just have a couple of questions on this.  We had all of this information long before now...why the investigation and WHY NOW?
  Who are they trying to impress or convince that our government gives a rat's behind?  And how many years is this farce going to take?
just asking....     Debbie Warren

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FEC Probes Obama's 2008 Campaign Finances
Barack Obama raised a record-shattering $750 million on his way to winning the 2008 presidential election. But that stunning flood of cash has triggered an investigation by the Federal Election Commission, which is taking a detailed look at the campaign's records and transactions, including an unusual number of foreign donations.
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Submitted by: Diane Ward


This is a well done piece. America doesn't have a REVENUE problem, it has
a SPENDING problem. For every dollar being spent every day, $.40 is
borrowed money.
 Watch this incredibly scary YouTube video.


Raise The Debt Ceiling And Lose Your Job!

We can't state the message any plainer and it's a message that we need to send to Mr. Boehner and the rest of the so-called Republican Leadership in Washington right here and right now.

     It's high time our Republican leaders come to understand what is so apparent to the rest of us... raising the debt ceiling is NOT a "bargaining-chip" to be used to extract a "compromise" out of Barack Obama and Harry Reid and it's NOT necessary to stop the United States from defaulting on its debt. Simply put, raising the debt ceiling is something that must NOT be done, under any circumstance, and that point is NON-NEGOTIABLE!


Submitted by: Donald Hank
I think Obama really pissed of  Porter Stansberry...... Wow!  Read Below.
Usually he sticks to financial investment strategies, but apparently the speech that Obama gave this week his a sore spot.
Hopefully, the takers will listen and become the workers.

April 15, 2011

 With today's Digest, I am announcing my complete support for "the rich" – the class of people Mr. Obama and his ilk castigate at every opportunity. Ironically, it is these same people Obama expects to line up like sheep waiting to be sheared. My best advice? Don't get in that line.

Despite what Mr. Obama and his vast team of lawyer buddies, career academics, and professional bureaucrats believe, most "rich" people in America got that way by working hard for a long time. They got that way by taking risks, educating themselves, starting small businesses, and selling valuable services or products to their fellow citizens. They didn't inherit their wealth. They didn't rip anyone off. They didn't buy political favors from people like Barack Obama.


Submitted by: Kurt J Fitsch

Gov’t. Drops To Its Knees: Holds U.S. Islamic Forum In D.C.~Claims  “Islam Has Always Been Part of American History”~

MUTH'S TRUTHS 04/17/2011


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At the tea party rally in Carson City on Friday, Assemblyman John Ellison (R-Elko) declared that Assembly Republicans “are sticking together as a team and will stick together until the end” as far as raising taxes is concerned.

Really?  Does anyone believe that?  If so, have I got a deal for you on waterfront property at Walker Lake!

Truth is, Assembly Minority Leader Pete Goicoechea just this week, in a story in the Elko Daily Free Press, reiterated his willingness to negotiate with the Democrats for a tax hike. 

So if legislative Republicans are “sticking together as a team,” then why isn’t Goicoechea talking like Senate Minority Leader Mike McGinness, who on Friday told the Las Vegas Review-Journal flat out, “I’m not trading.  Very candidly, none of our bills are worth trading for.”

The fact of the matter is this: Every Republican member of the state Senate signed their names to a letter over a month ago stating their unequivocal support for Gov. Brian Sandoval’s no-new-taxes budget.  On the other hand, Assembly Republicans have NOT signed a similar letter of support, including Mr. Ellison.

Legislative Republicans are truly united in their division.

If Assembly Republicans and Mr. Ellison he were REALLY sticking together on Gov. Sandoval’s team, they’d be talking like Senate Republicans and Sen. Ben Kieckhefer (R-Reno), who when asked about negotiating for tax hikes by the Review-Journal this week, responded:  “If I could get Jesus to walk through that door, I might trade taxes for it.”

Yep.  The one exception to the rule.

The fact is, Assembly Republicans are NOT united in their support for Gov. Sandoval.  Indeed, their leaders – Goicoechea, Stewart, Grady and Sherwood - continue to negotiate an extension of $650 million worth of tax hikes that are scheduled to sunset on June 30th, while the four members who signed the Tax Pledge – Goedhart, Hambrick, McArthur and Livermore - are solidly against any sort of capitulation.

As for the rest, they’re lost balls in the high weeds.  Some privately say they’re on the team and with the governor but are reluctant to say so publicly, afraid of getting the Democrats mad at them.  Others, indeed, are backing “Tax My Meat” Pete’s collaboration with the opposition. 

The Republican Assembly caucus is a mess – but I repeat myself.  They are not speaking with one voice.  They are not hanging together, and will soon hang separately.  The Democrats don’t trust them because Goicoechea’s demands aren’t serious and everyone knows it.  And Republicans don’t trust them because they’re talking out of both sides of their mouths.  As such, they are – what’s the word?...oh, yeah - irrelevant.

It’s only a matter of time before some of them get rolled and fold on the tax issue.  Primary challengers, start your engines!


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Herman Cain to tea party rally: ‘Stupid people are ruining this country’
You want a businessman for the GOP? Forget Trump--here's the guy. ~Bob. Excerpt: Georgia Republican Herman Cain said today that one of the nation’s most pressing national security threats is China, whose economy is outpacing the United States’ partly because taxes are too high here. Herman Cain, a probable presidential candidate, speaks with the media Saturday, April 16, 2011, during an Iowa tea party rally on the west lawn of the Iowa Capitol. (Mary Chind/The Register) “If we don’t begin to grow with the potential that we have in this country, we will have another national security crisis and that national security crisis is that China will be as big as we are,” said Cain, a former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza. “They’ll start to develop a military as big and as good as ours and they’ve got a billion more people and they’re holding 26 percent of our debt. And you think we’re going to be able to sing Kumbaya with them?”

Eurosceptic Populism Invades Finnish Election
Excerpt: The Finnish general election is on Sunday 17 April. The election results are expected to be announced around midnight. These two items are about the only thing that can be said with certainty before this election. The advance of the anti-immigrant and eurosceptic populist True Finns Party, along with the crisis in the euro countries, has shaken up the country's political patterns. As a rule, the difference in the traditional parties' electoral support has been a few percentage points at the most. Now the opinion polls are showing something quite different. Until now the True Finns have always been classed as a small party with the support of a few percent (about four in the last election). In the run-up to the coming election support for the party is almost as much as 20 percent. The state of affairs between the opinion polls and reality is still a great mystery, but it seems certain that the True Finns will win a large victory of some kind. And that means, above all, that electoral support for the three traditional largest parties - the Centre Party, the National Coalition Party and the Social Democrats - will decrease. In the run-up to Sunday's election it seems like there will be four parties in Finland which all have about 20 per cent support.