Friday, January 14, 2011

Gabrielle Giffords and her murder attempt, part 4

From: Tea Party Nation

“Spreading the big lie.
Posted by Judson Phillips on January 9, 2011 at 7:14pm in Tea Party Nation Forum

Immediately after Congressman Gabrielle Giffords was shot, the left wing went into over drive to try and blame the Tea Party for the shooting. There was one minor problem.

There was no evidence.

In fact, in the hours after the shooting, the evidence began to pile up that Jared Loughner was in fact a liberal. Former classmates tweeted about his beliefs. He was a pot head who was kicked out of community college because he was such a disturbed individual. After twenty-four hours of ripping the Internet apart, the liberals are beside themselves with anger because the cannot tie Loughner to the Tea Party movement.

But have no fear, when the liberals really need help, they can count on the Department of Homeland Security.

DHS has magically come up with a report that says he has ‘ties’ to an anti Semitic, anti-government group that has ads for tea party groups on its front page.


There is a legal term for this kind of stuff. It is MSU. That stands for makin’ stuff up!

The leftist reported that the Department of Homeland Security had a memo that said Loughner is ‘possibly linked’ to a group called American Renaissance.

This is the same Department of Homeland Security that issued the infamous report on April 14, 2009, a day before the great Tax Day tea parties, warning of an upswing in ‘right wing extremism.’ This is the same Department of Homeland Security, who’s Secretary Janet Napolitano, claimed the border is secure and the system worked, after the underwear bomber tried to blow up a flight on Christmas day, 2009.

The group, American Renaissance, says they have no record of Loughner ever being associated or involved with them.

The obvious question that should be asked is, how about at least some evidence?

All that is there is some, at best, speculation. Of course, the liberal media and the blogosphere are quite happy to run with the story that fits their story line.

The liberal hate group, the Southern Poverty Law Center went through convolutions to try and claim that Jared Loughner was some kind of conservative. The Huffington Post ate that up and immediately posted the story online.

This is liberal thought and liberal journalism at its best. Facts and the truth are ignored in favor of speculation that supports the story they want to believe.

When this nightmare first began, Tea Party Nation decided to get out early and fight because we knew this is what would happen. Regardless of the facts, the left would try to tie this to the Tea Party movement. We are pushing back now and we need everyone in this movement to help us fight the smear the liberals are trying to put out.

We need to remind everyone, the shooter was a liberal lunatic.”


"Reply by Verwayne XXXXXXXX (Name removed by me for security purposes—my addition.) on January 9, 2011 at 7:25pm

When the left brings up this lie, remind them of some truths ... such as ...

Remember Chris Matthews fantasizing on air about seeing Rush Limbaugh shot in the head?

The Craig Kilborn Show superimposing the words ‘Snipers Wanted’ over the face of President George W. Bush.

Nobel ‘Peace Prize’ winner Betty Williams publicly stating her desire to murder President George W. Bush.

British film makers Gabriel Range and Simon Finch making a 2006 movie fantasizing about assassinating President George W. Bush.

Alec Baldwin urging the murder of Henry Hyde, his family, and ALL Congressional Republicans and their families on national television .....

David Guy McKay and Bradley Neil Crowder, two America-hating left-wing terrorists, were arrested by the FBI after conspiring to firebomb Republicans at the 2008 GOP Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The American Media refused to report the story.

NPR commentator and ABC News reporter Nina Totenberg wishes death by AIDS on Senator Jesse Helms and/or his grandchildren.

Julianne Malveaux publicly wishes death on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.”

From: Tea Party Nation

“Changing messages and hypocrisy
Posted by Judson Phillips on January 10, 2011 at 12:36pm in Tea Party Nation Forum

The message has now changed. Jared Loughner is almost forgotten in the spin.

Congressman Giffords is not, as she is now the face of this tragedy, but the other victims are nothing but an afterthought to the left. All that matters to them now is getting the spin out that this terrible crime was caused by the ‘extreme vitriol’ from the conservative side.

The left is desperate to change the subject because their initial hopes, that the killer was a card-carrying member of the Tea Party have been dashed.

Moveon has launched a campaign to have congress to drop any references for violence from their political discussions. Moveon can count on their willing accomplices in the drive by media for not calling them on their hypocrisy.

Conveniently, Moveon forgets that one of its members assaulted a Tea Party member last year in Congressman Giffords’ own district during the election. It also forgets all of the political ads it has run, from comparing George Bush to Hitler, to the General ‘Betray Us’ ad.

How about the vitriol from Paul Krugman? Moveon and the drive by media seem to forget that. Remember what he said within a couple of hours of the shooting? ‘We don’t have proof yet that this was political, but the odds are that it was.’ Oops, it wasn’t.

The left likes to remind us that Krugman won the Nobel Prize. We should remind the left that these days, the Nobel Prize has all the prestige of a prize pulled from a box of cracker-jacks. (Prime examples being the tortured granting of the peace prize to Al Gore [are you serious!] and Barack Hussein Obama [Now we known they are Not serious!]!—my addition)

Markos Moulitsas of the Daily Kos posted within minutes of the shooting, ‘Mission accomplished, Sarah Palin.’ Yet those who are now whining about the ‘vitriol’ and the rhetoric conveniently forget that.

There is a simple truth we conservatives need to learn here. We knew what the left was going to do when this tragedy hit. They were going to use it for their political advantage. They expected us to sit back and do nothing. Instead, we conservatives refused to allow the hard left to define this incident or to define us.

Now we hear from them, in the plaintive voice of Rodney King, ‘can’t we all just get along?’ (No! No compromising with EVIL!—my addition)

No, we can’t.

First, you liberals want to destroy liberty and freedom in this country. We in the Tea Party movement are not going to let that happen.

Second, you started this fight. We could have all taken a moment to decently mourn the murder of six Americans and the attempted assassination of a United States Congressman. As many of us were told as children, ‘you do not start a fight, but you finish a fight.’ The left started this fight and we will finish it.

Something interesting happened in politics in the last 48 hours. The left thought they could pin this on the Tea Party movement and destroy it. Their plan has backfired. Now they are the one’s who want to change this debate and ignore their role in it. They only want to fix an undeserved blame on conservatives.

We are not going to let that happen.”

From: Tea Party Nation

“The award for the dumbest media comment goes to ….
Posted by Judson Phillips on January 12, 2011 at 3:50pm in Tea Party Nation Forum

In the last few days, mainstream media idiocy has hit new record levels. When you read or listen to what some of them are saying you have to ask yourself, are they writing for a comedy show, are they trying to make a parody of the news or have they gone off their medications.

The winner of the dumbest comment of the week goes to Michael Falcone and Amy Walker of ABC news.

On their blog, they wrote: ‘Sarah Palin, once again, has found a way to become part of the story.’

Did these two go to journalism school? Did they get their journalism degrees at Wal-Mart? Did they just sleep through the last four days?

Within minutes of the Tucson shootings, the hard left was out on social media and their first target was Sarah Palin. Markos Moulitsas, founder of the DailyKos, immediately tweeted ‘Mission accomplished, Sarah Palin.’ The graphic from Sarah PAC with targeted districts was featured on liberal social media. Liberals blamed Palin for the shooting.

Liberals complained she had not taken that graphic off her website. When she did, liberals complained that she did. Others complained she took the graphic down before she issued condolences, then complained that she offered condolences. All the way, the left wing media was in the tank, accusing Sarah Palin of being as responsible for the shooting as if she had pulled the trigger personally.

Today, Sarah Palin put out a video statement. In that statement, she said,

‘Especially within hours of a tragedy unfolding, journalists and pundits should not manufacture a blood libel that serves only to incite the very hatred and violence they purport to condemn. That is reprehensible.’

There is nothing Sarah Palin could do that would satisfy the liberal media. She could go to Washington DC, apologize for everything and commit ritual Japanese suicide and the left would not be satisfied.

One of the great debates going on in politics today is whether Sarah Palin has what it takes to be President. Does she have the fortitude for the most powerful job in the world?

Whether she does or does not is a debate for another day. One thing is certain, in the last few days; she has shown greater class and greater leadership than the clowns on the left who have been denouncing her.

Perhaps the debate should be why we have a virtual liberal monopoly on the major media. Perhaps there should be a debate on why there is not one single major conservative media outlet. Why is there a liberal cartel that controls ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, Time, Newsweek, The New York Times and the Washington Post?

Perhaps the debate we should have is why all of those aforementioned media outlets are all hard left outlets. None of them is conservative. Perhaps we could break this liberal monopoly and move some conservatives into these organizations. Perhaps then, we might have some accurate reporting.”

The following was generated by a question about recalling Clarence Dupnik:


‘Reply by J 1 hour ago

Article I, Section 8

of the Arizona state constitution:

Officers Subject to Recall; Petitioners

Every public officer in the state of Arizona, holding an elective office, either by election or appointment, is subject to recall from such office by the qualified electors of the electoral district from which candidates are elected to such office. Such electoral district may include the whole state. Such number of said electors as shall equal twenty-five per centum of the number of votes cast at the last preceding general election for all of the candidates for the office held by such officer, may by petition, which shall be known as a recall petition, demand his recall.

363,909 total votes were cast

[2008 election results for Sheriff of Pima County:

SHAW, HARRY 35.21%
Write-in Votes 0.19%

Pima County and Tucson, its major city, are Democratic. Even with his obvious partisan nonsense, it may be very difficult to recall him. The libertines in Tucson will no doubt support him. He is one of their own!

I think it would be a mistake to try to recall him unless those involved are certain the recall will be successful. That to me is doubtful. According to reports, he is 76 and, of course, the next election for sheriff is 2012. Being 77-78 by then, he might just retire. Remember, he is one of their own!—my addition]

for sheriff in 2008, meaning that 90,978 residents of Pima County would have to sign a recall petition to force a recall election of Sheriff Clarence Dupnik. (Dupnik’s Republican opponent received 128,146 votes.) The petition would have to contain a general statement of 200 words or fewer outlining the case for recall.

Dupnik would have five days to resign his position following the filing of a successful recall petition. If he failed to do so, a recall election would be scheduled as provided by law. The Pima County Board of Supervisors would be required to call for a recall election within 15 days, to be scheduled for the first available election day—provided it is more 90 days away from the announcement. Pima County holds elections in March, May, and November—so May would be the first plausible date.

Dupnik would appear on the ballot un-nominated, along with any other candidates duly nominated according to Arizona election procedures. A two hundred word or fewer explanation of Dupnik’s course of office would also appear on the ballot. Whichever candidate achieves a simple plurality would be elected to fill the remainder of Dupnik’s term.”

I’m praying for Gabrielle Giffords, her family, and for her complete recovery. I am also praying that she and the shooter repent and turn to GOD, JESUS, the HOLY SPIRIT (the three in one GOD of the universe) the only SAVIOR for her personally, for the shooter personally, for me personally, for each of us personally.