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2-2-10 Rahm Emanuel- Acorn- a bromance between the bagman and the red menace

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Acorn and Rahm Emanuel work lock-step with one another.  Here, Acorn challenges law that would prevent their Acorn goons from being paid for voter registration quotas, assisting Rahm “you are a r#$%#d” Emanuel in his attempt last year to manipulate the census using ACORN census takers.

ACORN challenges law against voter registration quotas (Filed by ACLU)

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Under the argu of the calculated Rahm Emanuel, census replies might be manipulated to build a permanent Dem majority. ACORN census takers

Want more proof that Rahm is nothing but an Acorn bagman?  Check this out:


2-2-10 Rahm Emanuel, Acorn, SEIU, Blago- ALL IN 1 PLACE! 2006 #acorn #news #rahm #emanuel #acorn #tcot #tlot #sgp #right

This article says it all.  Rahm Emanuel is connected to Rod the “hairman” Blagojevich, Acorn, AND SEIU.  Want to see the proof?  From 2006, Acorn News reported on the rally to support Rod Blagojevich signing minimum wage increase bill into law, supported by then US Congressman Rahm Emanuel, Acorn, AND SEIU.  Now why did Rahm Emanuel, a US Congressman, take the time out of his busy day to visit a state issue?  Could it be his reputation as the ‘bag man’ for SEIU, Acorn, and even Blago?  Does he think we are ALL R#$%)ded?

And finally, don’t forget how Rahm Emanuel and his right-hand hatchet man, David Axelrod, were so aggressive in trying to protect their red Acorn brothers and sisters from exposure:




» Axelrod and Emanuel Help Shape ACORN Coverage? – Big Government

Oct 22, 2009 David Axelrod and Rahm Emanuel just “reminded” the media that they are in this as Even if MSM actors politically support liberal causes,…/axelrod-and-emanuel-help-shape-acorn-coverage/


Is this reason enough to fire Rahm Emanuel?  Methinks yes!

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Thursday, October 29th, 2009

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Oswego (WSYR-TV) – It has put Central and Northern New York right into the national spotlight.

Three candidates are slugging it out for the seat vacated by long time Republican Congressman John McHugh in the 23rd Congressional District. With just a week to go, the race for the traditionally Republican seat appears to be tight.

Arizona News- AZ County Managers violate bloggers’ 1st amendment rights

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

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Obama News- Baucus Markup- Senate Bill- GROVER NORQUIST- Cadillac Excise Tax 40% tax increase for middle-class families

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

Baukus Markup- Senate Bill- GROVER NORQUIST– Cadillac Excise Tax 40% tax increase for middle-class families


Senate Bill Taxes Your Current Health Plan

By GROVER NORQUIST Posted 10/13/2009 07:03 PM ET

…if the long arm of the IRS will be the agent changing their family’s plan.

Chief Justice John Marshall famously observed that “the power to tax is the power to destroy.” That’s certainly true when it comes to the Senate health care bill, which will use the IRS to change or take away your current health insurance plan.

The most significant tax increase on millions of health insurance plans is the Cadillac excise tax.

If a health insurance plan is offered in a high-cost state and/or provides comprehensive benefits to a usually older work force, the premiums can get pretty high.

Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus wants to impose a price-control cap on these high-end plans, but couldn’t be that direct about it.

Instead, he used his jurisdictional leverage to propose a 40% excise tax on these plans, to the extent they cost more than $21,000 for a family plan or $8,000 for a single plan.


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Obama News- Lawrence Lessig against transparency in govt- #obama #news

Sunday, October 11th, 2009

Lawrence Lessig, one of Obama’s many special tech advisors, on government transparency.  If the people see what govt is really like, it will simply drive support for govt even lower.  Is that reason enough to not have transparency?,0“How could anyone be against transparency? Its virtues and its utilities seem so crushingly obvious. But I have increasingly come to worry that there is an error at the core of this unquestioned goodness. We are not thinking critically enough about where and when transparency works, and where and when it may lead to confusion, or to worse. And I fear that the inevitable success of this movement–if pursued alone, without any sensitivity to the full complexity of the idea of perfect openness–will inspire not reform, but disgust. The “naked transparency movement,” as I will call it here, is not going to inspire change. It will simply push any faith in our political system over the cliff.”- Lwrence Lessig

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Monday, July 27th, 2009

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6-27-9 Obama News- a week of White House Press Briefings- Link Collection

Saturday, June 27th, 2009

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Saturday, June 27th, 2009

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WEEKLY ADDRESS: President Obama Calls Energy Bill Passage Critical to Stronger American Economy

WASHINGTON – In his weekly address, President Barack Obama praised the House of Representatives for passing the energy bill on Friday evening. This historic piece of legislation will not just lessen our dependence on foreign oil, but also spark a clean energy transformation in our economy that will create millions of new American jobs that pay well and cannot be outsourced. Clean energy and the jobs it creates are critical to building a new foundation for our economy.

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Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama
Weekly Address
The White House
June 27, 2009

Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed a historic piece of legislation that will open the door to a clean energy economy and a better future for America.

For more than three decades, we have talked about our dependence on foreign oil.  And for more than three decades, we have seen that dependence grow.  We have seen our reliance on fossil fuels jeopardize our national security.  We have seen it pollute the air we breathe and endanger our planet.  And most of all, we have seen other countries realize a critical truth:  the nation that leads in the creation of a clean energy economy will be the nation that leads the 21st century global economy.

Now is the time for the United States of America to realize this too.  Now is the time for us to lead.

The energy bill that passed the House will finally create a set of incentives that will spark a clean energy transformation in our economy.  It will spur the development of low carbon sources of energy – everything from wind, solar, and geothermal power to safer nuclear energy and cleaner coal.  It will spur new energy savings, like the efficient windows and other materials that reduce heating costs in the winter and cooling costs in the summer.  And most importantly, it will make possible the creation of millions of new jobs.

Make no mistake:  this is a jobs bill.  We’re already seeing why this is true in the clean energy investments we’re making through the Recovery Act.  In California, 3000 people will be employed to build a new solar plant that will create 1000 permanent jobs.  In Michigan, investment in wind turbines and wind technology is expected to create over 2,600 jobs.  In Florida, three new solar projects are expected to employ 1400 people.

The list goes on and on, but the point is this:  this legislation will finally make clean energy the profitable kind of energy.  That will lead to the creation of new businesses and entire new industries.  And that will lead to American jobs that pay well and cannot be outsourced.  I have often talked about the need to build a new foundation for economic growth so that we do not return to the endless cycle of bubble and bust that led us to this recession.  Clean energy and the jobs it creates will be absolutely critical to this new foundation.

This legislation has also been written carefully to address the concerns that many have expressed in the past.  Instead of increasing the deficit, it is paid for by the polluters who currently emit dangerous carbon emissions.  It provides assistance to businesses and families as they make the gradual transition to clean energy technologies.  It gives rural communities and farmers the opportunity to participate in climate solutions and generate new income.  And above all, it will protect consumers from the costs of this transition, so that in a decade, the price to the average American will be just about a postage stamp a day.

Because this legislation is so balanced and sensible, it has already attracted a remarkable coalition of consumer and environmental groups; labor and business leaders; Democrats and Republicans.  And I want to thank every Member of Congress who put politics aside to support this bill on Friday.

Now my call to every Senator, as well as to every American, is this:  We cannot be afraid of the future.  And we must not be prisoners of the past.  Don’t believe the misinformation out there that suggests there is somehow a contradiction between investing in clean energy and economic growth.  It’s just not true.

We have been talking about energy for decades.  But there is no longer a disagreement over whether our dependence on foreign oil is endangering our security.  It is.  There is no longer a debate about whether carbon pollution is placing our planet in jeopardy.  It’s happening.  And there is no longer a question about whether the jobs and industries of the 21st century will be centered around clean, renewable energy.  The question is, which country will create these jobs and these industries?  I want that answer to be the United States of America.  And I believe that the American people and the men and women they sent to Congress share that view.  So I want to congratulate the House for passing this bill, and I want to urge the Senate to take this opportunity to come together and meet our obligations – to our constituents, to our children, to God’s creation, and to future generations.

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6-27-9 Obama News- First Lady at United We Serve Summer Kickoff With Maria Shriver

Saturday, June 27th, 2009


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For Immediate Release                                              June 22, 2009

Bret Harte Elementary School
San Francisco, California

12:31 P.M. PDT

MRS. OBAMA: Oh, wow, thank you. Maria — First Lady Maria Shriver — oh my goodness. (Applause.) I am thrilled to be here. This is my first trip, I think, to the West Coast since I’ve been First Lady. (Applause.) I think so. And this is a great way to spend it.

I have to give kudos back to Maria. She is a girlfriend. She has been such a tremendous support through me — to me throughout this journey. She has been a role model in so many ways, and she’s such a gifted individual. And she’s provided me with the kind of inspiration that it takes to get through this wonderful journey that I’ve been on. And I am so glad to be working on this project with her. Let’s give our First Lady, your First Lady, a round of applause. (Applause.)

So one of the reasons why I’m here is that we’re here to kick off what we’re calling United We Serve. (Cheering.) Yes, they’re excited about it! (Laughter.) They are fired up about United We Serve. We should be fired up.

As you may know and as Maria said, community and national service is something that’s near and dear to my heart. It’s not something that we just started to do in the White House. It’s been sort of the air that we breathe in the Obama household in so many ways, and I see faces of people that I have served with who have helped bring me to this point in time — friends, folks — (cheering) — hey! — (laughter) — friends who have helped get me to this point in time. So it is just a tremendous honor for me to be here.

And as we think about what we’re trying to do through United We Serve, I just think — imagine the changes that happen with the creation of this park. Kids who were never able to play on a swing set get the opportunity to play. And that just doesn’t happen here on this site. Think about the libraries that will be changed because each of us donates a book or two. Or think about the smiles that are on some homeless person’s face because you took the time to spend a couple of hours to feed somebody a healthy meal. That’s what United We Serve is all about. It’s a nationwide effort to call Americans to make service a daily part of their lives — like all of you here; it’s not something that you do in your spare time.

As history has shown again and again, when we come together as a nation, we can really get things done. We saw that in this past election. We’ve seen it time and time again. Service is how we get where we need to be.

And United We Serve is going to focus on a couple of key strategies: one is education, health, energy and the environment, and community renewal. (Applause.) And the project that we’re working on here today has a clear focus on health and community renewal.

And I’ve been talking a lot about health lately. America’s children, as we all know, deserve the healthiest start that we can possibly give them. And there are several components to a healthy start, and one is eating right, and that’s something that I’ve been talking about with the creation of the first White House Kitchen Garden. (Applause.) We just harvested from that garden earlier this week. It was a wonderful event. The garden is blooming. If you visit the White House, you’ve got to see this garden. The rain has just made it a tremendous — just bursting with vegetation. It’s really good.

But health is just one part of it. The other component, as we all know, is that kids have to be active. They have to move their bodies in order to get their minds flowing. It’s important for us to help our children understand that connection between what they eat and how they feel, and the fact that if they move their bodies and get their self going, they just have more energy to get through the day. That’s our job as the adults in their life.

And as the President and Congress begin to tackle health care reform, which is coming up, we will begin to see the costly effects of unhealthy habits that burden our health care system. We’re going to see the costs, where it’s going to be more clear to us. Obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high-blood pressure are all diet-related health issues that cost this country more than $120 billion a year, and that’s a conservative figure. While that dollar amount is shocking, and it should be, the effect on our children should be even more shocking.

Childhood obesity in the United States is reaching epidemic proportions. I talked about this last week at the Garden Harvest. Nearly a third of the children in this country are either overweight or obese, and a third will suffer from diabetes at some point in their lifetime. These are children. And in the African American and Hispanic communities, those numbers climb even higher so that nearly half, okay, half of the children in those communities are going to suffer that fate.

And for the first time — and this is the thing that shocked me — in this history of our nation, medical experts have warned that our youngest generation may be on track to have a shorter life span than their parents as a direct result from obesity.

This has serious consequences for the immediate and long-term health of individual children and for our national health care system. There are just too many kids that are living a life off of high-calorie food and they’re not getting enough exercise. And in order to stay healthy, children are supposed to get 60 minutes of activity every single day. Now, how many kids in your lives are doing that these days, at least 60 minutes every single day?

So that’s why we can’t underestimate the value of having safe and quality playgrounds in every single community. You know, that’s why this project that we’re doing here today is so important, and why organizations like Kaboom are just necessary, not just to the health of our children but to the health of the entire nation.

And I’ve known Kaboom for a long time. They’ve done stuff not just here in San Francisco but around the country. They’ve done projects in Chicago, my hometown. (Cheering.) For the last 14 — yes, a little shout-out for Chicago. (Cheering.) There’s nothing wrong with a little shout-out for Chicago. (Laughter.)

For the last 14 years, Kaboom has been building playgrounds in under-served communities across the country. And their vision is to have great places for kids to play within walking distance of their homes, and they do this by enlisting the help of communities and people like you from around the country. That’s why we’re here.

So now the focus becomes exercise. We’ve got to get kids moving. We’ve got to get them active. And the truth is we all know this, but at the same time there are so many kids around this country who don’t have access in their schools to recess or outside play. Too many kids are sitting around watching TV, playing computer games. And I don’t know about you, but we’ve instituted Camp Obama in my house — (laughter) — which means that the television and the computers are off all day until after dinner and right before bedtime. Bedtime is early. (Laughter.) So we’re shutting off the TV and turning off the computers in our house.

And our kids are fortunate, because as you know, we have a swing set — finally — (laughter) — in the White House. (Applause.) And there’s nothing like watching kids play. And my kids, they get to swing on the swings, climb on the jungle gym. They’re playing; they don’t even know they’re getting exercise. That’s the value of play and that’s what we need to get our kids to do in this community — but we have to provide them with resources to make that happen. This project is so critical.

So I want people, as they think about how they’re going to spend this summer, in addition to making your kids play, think about engaging in United We Serve. And think about ways that you can take more time to devote to activities and projects that are going to get our kids healthy and moving, whether it’s serving a healthy meal at a soup kitchen, building a play lot, finding a project in your area that’s going to focus on the health of our kids, taking time to tutor, mentor, taking a kid to the beach. I know in Chicago there are kids all over my city at home who have never seen the lake. I know that this is true for many communities across the city. Kids don’t even know where they can play or what they can play. That’s where we all come in. That’s where we need your help. And today is just the beginning.

It is a great honor for me to be here. I am so delighted to be a part of the conference that’s coming up, to be hanging out with my good friend, and to be able to spend some time getting this playground together. So let me stop talking, and let’s get to work. Thank you so much. (Applause.)


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