FINALLY, Someone ‘Overseeing’ The “Clown Prince!”

THANK GAWD for principled Congressmen!!  No matter what his agenda, Rep Darrell Issa(r, Ca) certainly seems to be looking out for the interests of ALL AMERICANS, not just Californians; not just republicRATs.  As the ranking republicRAT member of the House Cmte on Oversight and Government Reform, Mr Issa has uncovered various transgressions by the federal government. Not the least being the “Clown Prince’s” use of taxpayer monies to promote his fascist agenda and soon-to-fail policies and programs.  Some of the of the misappropriated funds were used thus [a partial list of the 36 financial misappropriations discovered-for the complete list, a link is provided below]: 

  • Using federal arts grants to spread Obama’s legislative message. Last August 10, administration officials held a conference call with National Endowment of the Arts grant recipients. Buffy Wicks, a college radical who worked in Valerie Jarrett’s Office of Public Engagement, told the invitees, “we’re going to come at you with some specific ‘asks’ here,” specifically supporting Obama’s initiatives on health care, the environment, or energy. She suggested, “We wanted folks to connect…with federal agencies, with labor unions, progressive groups, face groups [faith groups, perhaps?], women’s groups, you name it.” Within 48 hours, no fewer than 21 arts organizations released a statement endorsing ObamaCare.
  • The Dept. of Health and Human Services paid MIT economist Jonathan Gruber nearly $400,000 for various jobs. He did not disclose his employment by HHS while writing a string of op-eds, nor while testifying before the Senate in favor of, ObamaCare.
  • The Justice Dept. hired Tracy Russo, the former blogger for John Edwards, to comment on internet articles or bulletin board messages that criticized Barack Obama and his agenda. She did this anonymously or used a pen name.
  • A Dept. of Education officer used the White House email to send his colleagues eight bullet points to “communicate the merits of the President’s proposal with your members and their audiences.”
  • The federal government “highly recommended” constructing highway signs that tout big government and advertise politicians (including Obama). (Watch the committee’s video on the subject here.)
  • Obama attempted to enlist “voluntary” Hollywood propaganda for his proposals through the iParticipate campaign.
  • Andy Griffith starred in a Medicare “update” that doubled as a commercial for Obama’s health care legislation. Not only is the PSAl propaganda, it is erroneous. A writer with the nonpartisan FactCheck.org remarked Griffith’s scripted “promise that ‘benefits will remain the same’ is just as fictional as the town of Mayberry.”
  • The White House routinely drove traffic to websites that lobby for Obama’s legislation.

 

Mr Issa has recommended that the Government Accountability Office (GAO) investigate these findings.  If the allegations are found to have merit, they would be impeachable offenses. 
 
The Next ‘Bubble’ to Burst?!?!
The “Porkulus” Bubble

When the bubble surrounding the 0bama administration pops, will the media conduct some introspection and then fairly and honestly report on the fascist goings-on in the District of Columbia??  Anyone’s guess, but probably not!!
{and….. NO!!  I did not suddenly start capitalizing the first letter of the “Clown Prince”….. That’s a ZERO, reflecting his value to the country and to confuse those 0bama hirelings with the software to search out the name “ZEROBAMA!!”}
The cartoon above is from http://www.exposeobama.com/

Upcoming Holiday Season
During his recent ‘Campaign of Fluff,’ the “Clown Prince” fastidiously avoided questions about his faith.  We can–by virture of his support of the Ground Zero mosque–be assured he’s a muslim.  It matters not a whit to me!!  It may have served him better to be more forthcoming about his religious preference prior to this.  Now that he’s declared for religious freedom and tolerance, will he reign in the ACLU with respect to the Christian ‘Nativity’ displays in public view??  I’m bettin’ he’ll be ‘deafeningly quiet’ on the topic!!

Local (Rochester, N.Y.) News

On August 11th, Craig S. Hasman, 50, of Lake Avenue was charged with second-degree assault, a felony.  The arrest followed an incident that involved two vehicles — a motorcycle and a minivan — that were both southbound on Lake when the motorcyclist and the driver of the minivan started arguing near Driving Park Avenue, said Rochester Police Officer Stephen Scott.  When both vehicles stopped at a red light at Lyell Avenue about 9 p.m., Scott said, passenger Michael Lee, 30, of Rochester got out of the minivan and approached the motorcyclist, Hasman, and punched him in the head, knocking him off the cycle.  Hasman is accused of retrieving his legally registered handgun and shooting Lee once in the abdomen.  Lee was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital, where he had surgery last night, officers said. He was listed in satisfactory condition today, according to a hospital spokeswoman.  According to the passenger on the motorcycle and the minivan’s driver — neither of whom were involved in the physical fight — Lee and Hasman were fighting about tailgating.  “It appears to be an incident of aggressive driving,” Scott said. The minivan was following the motorcycle on Lake Avenue and the involved men were yelling at each other from their respective vehicles, he said.  Teresa Mancuso, the passenger on Hasman’s motorcycle, told police that the minivan was tailgating the motorcycle before the altercation, according to City Court documents. The driver of the minivan, Johndale Hartzog, claimed the motorcyclist accused him of tailgating and threatened him and Lee while both vehicles were still traveling south on Lake.  Scott said officers did not believe Lee and Hasman knew one another.  Hasman today was remanded to the Monroe County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash bail or $30,000 bond. He is scheduled to return to court to appear with an attorney at 11 a.m. tomorrow.  Officers continue to investigate the incident. Scott said the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office would need to determine whether either man in the van would face charges.

The community’s popular opinion is that Mr Lee should have been charged with something, given that he allegedly initiated the altercation.  All who will eventually be charged in this situation will face fairly large legal expenses.   On several occasions, FUBOwear has supported various causes as they are Mr Hasman, the apparent victim in this incident.  In that vein, they’ve started a fund drive in his support:

[As written on the FUBOwear site:

Tank Support – Craig Hasman, legal defense fund. Support Craig “Tank” Hasman from Rochester, NY, home of FUBOwear, in his legal battle over an incident where he defended himself against an attacker after being tailgated while riding his bike.

Check out this black “Tank Support” t-shirt for only $16.95 where $10 per shirt goes to his defense, and read more about his story in the product description.]

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[“No mosque…..” image from  www.FUBOwear.com ]
Til Nex’Time….

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