Saturday, November 20, 2010

Now Is The Time To Panic

The favorite past time of the traitorous, Progressivevik left is to shower Conservatives with insult after insult. Believe in God ? You're a Bible thumper. Not exactly enthralled with Chairman Obama and his Hopey-Changey crap ? You're a racist. Not a fan of gay marriage ? You're a homophobe or a "breeder". Dare to question Al Snore's false religion of Climate Change ? You're a "denier". If these people put as much effort into finding a job as they do insulting the productive members of society, perhaps America wouldn't be rapidly sliding into the Third World.

99% of these little jabs just roll off of my back. After all, most Progressiveviks have an IQ of 5. However, there's one thing they can and do say to aggravate me.

Being called a conspiracy theorist really pi$$es me off, especially when the evidence damn near slaps you in the face.

Let's get one thing straight: I'm not talking about little green men at Area 51, Truther nonsense, or Birth Certificate-Gate. I'm talking about conspiracies that aren't exactly theories. Like....Oh, I don't know....the fascist take over of the United States.

Here we go again. Here comes the black helicopter to take him to a FEMA camp. Blah, blah, blah. Uh..dude ? Hit it or skip it. FFFFT! Aaaaaah.

Where-oh-where am I getting this, you ask ? Glenn Beck ? Some bizarre, low rent website ? Militia meetings ?

Naaah. All of that stuff is so 2009. I'm taking this straight from the horse's mouth. John Podesta, take it away!


"November 15, 2010

In the aftermath of this month’s midterm congressional elections, pundits and politicians across the ideological

spectrum are focusing on how difficult it will be for President Barack Obama to advance his policy

priorities through Congress. Predictions of stalemate abound. And some debate whether the administration

should tack to the left or to the center and compromise with or confront the new House leadership.

As a former White House chief of staff, I believe those to be the wrong preoccupations. President

Obama’s ability to govern the country as chief executive presents an opportunity to demonstrate strength,

resolve, and a capacity to get things done on a host of pressing challenges of importance to the public and

our economy. Progress, not positioning, is what the public wants and deserves.

The U.S. Constitution and the laws of our nation grant the president significant authority to make and

implement policy. These authorities can be used to ensure positive progress on many of the key issues

facing the country through:

• Executive orders

• Rulemaking

• Agency management

• Convening and creating public-private partnerships

• Commanding the armed forces

• Diplomacy

The ability of President Obama to accomplish important change through these powers should not be

underestimated. President Bush, for example, faced a divided Congress throughout most of his term in

office, yet few can doubt his ability to craft a unique and deeply conservative agenda using every aspect

of the policymaking apparatus at his disposal. And, after his party lost control of Congress in 1994,

President Clinton used executive authority and convening power to make significant progressive change.

For instance, he protected more great spaces in the lower 48 states than any president since Theodore

Roosevelt, established for the first time significant protections for Americans’ medical privacy, and urged

the creation of the Welfare-to-Work Partnership that enlisted the help of 20,000 businesses in moving

more than 1 million welfare recipients into the workforce.

The upshot: Congressional gridlock does not mean the federal government stands still. This administration

has a similar opportunity to use available executive authorities while also working with Congress where

possible. At the Center for American Progress, we look forward to our nation continuing to make progress.

John Podesta

President and CEO"


Yes, John Podesta is talking about having Chairman Obama skirt the Constitution and do as he pleases. If that isn't creepy enough for you, perhaps this will give you some much deserved goosebumps: the Center for American Progress is another one of Nazi collaborator George Soros' tentacles. Now don't get me wrong, Presidents have the right to use executive orders, but what Podesta, in his report, "The Power of the President" recommends is Chairman Obama making laws without Congress. For example:


"EPA should spur the retirement of coal-fired power plants and their replacement

with natural gas by requiring that coal ash is treated as a hazardous waste

for disposal and by significantly reducing allowable levels of sulfur dioxide and

mercury pollution. EPA’s final rule on coal ash is due in 2011."


I'm sorry. Excuse me ? Are we still in America ?

Folks, if you think that Chairman Obama is simply going to become a wallflower, you've got another thing coming. Obama will use executive order after executive order to do as he pleases, or more accurately, what the radical left tells him to do. We've all wondered out loud why he needs a Blackberry....Now we know, don't we ?

Emperor Soros likes to keep in touch with his minions.

God help us all.

(By the way, there's no need to take my word on this, check out the link on the bottom of the page.)

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