Thursday, August 15, 2013

What is happening to our country? We need to cleanse our nation of all these anti-American, anti-Constitution Liberals before we become another European country

If we all did this, we'd have a different country  August 14, 2013 Cindy Kucharski
  Thanks, Cindy, for your dedication to defend our nation.  Each person makes a difference – by what they do or don’t do.  In Liberty,  Kathy Doan

Dear Missouri Rodeo Cowboy Association,

I found you among the people lining up to apologize for the rodeo clown's comedy act at the state fair recently. I read your apology on your website. I am not offended by the rodeo clown exercising his freedom of speech during an act that was supposed to be comedic.  I am offended by your apology and by the ridiculous criticism from various elected officials in the state of Missouri, including your governor.  Too many brave Americans have bled and died for you all to trample freedom of speech in such a cavalier manner.  I intend to put my money where my mouth is.  Just this morning I sent this email below to a company I do business with often.

As I prepare for a trip this fall, I will re-route our travel so that we are not going through Missouri.  Your state does not deserve my business; I hope all you apologists will rethink
your misguided response.  Tell Tuffy Gessling to move to a state where the people have more sense than to elect a democrat governor, and he will find his freedom of speech alive and well. (I'm guessing they have a lot of rodeos in Texas.)   Missouri is the Show Me state. I hope you are shown that America is not down with your punitive action and infringement of freedom of speech in this case. I will appreciate if you send this on to Mr. Gessling if you have a way to do that, so he knows everyone is not against him.
Here is the email I referred to:

Dear Missouri Quilt Co,

I guess you are aware of the news about Missouri this past week regarding the rodeo clowns at the state fair.  A lot of your elected officials have been outspoken about the rodeo clown who wore an obama mask, talking about how terrible it is, banning him from
engaging in his livelihood again, etc.

I don't live in Missouri, so maybe this should not be an issue with me.

But it is an issue with me because I don't like what is happening in this country.  There have always been presidential masks to poke fun at presidents; I even recall that the year before presidential elections, the soothsayers used the rate of purchase of the 2 candidates as a predictor of who would win the election. It was all in fun.  There have been movies made of bank robbers who wore presidential masks so they could not be identified on the security cameras of the bank they were robbing. I remember dummies of George Bush burned in effigy by his detractors.  I do not remember the firestorm of criticism against the folks who did that- they were exercising their first amendment rights.

But for some reason, your elected officials in Missouri suddenly think that this president is above poking fun at? Is it because he is half black and we need to pussyfoot around and walk on eggs because of that? Is it because they are all flaming leftists who you have elected and they will not have the leftist in the white house criticized?  No matter what their rationale is- we still have the first amendment in America, which gives all Americans a right to criticize or poke fun at the president, even this one.

Now I see that the NAACP demands an investigation of this rodeo clown.  It quickly gets very ugly, doesn't it?   I want you to know my thoughts on this because I have taken advantage many times of your daily deals on quilting fabrics, but you may not be seeing me make purchases in the future.  I do not want to support businesses in a state where the elected officials don't support the freedom of speech rights of American citizens. You may think I am off base, that's ok. As we continue to have more rights taken away by an obtrusive, out of control government, you will understand where I am coming from.

When obamacare was rammed down the throats of America, one of the slimy deals that was made to get the deal passed was the Nebraska cornhusker deal by Senator Ben Nelson  There are dozens of articles on this one topic, you can google them if you want.

But what you need to know that prior to this bill being passed, I was a constant long time customer of Omaha Steaks. I loved their product and ordered frequently, kept my freezer stocked with their meat and other goodies.  When their senator cut this dirty deal to be the last yes vote for obamacare, I sent them a similar letter as this, and I have never ordered from them again. They still send me coupon packs all the time. I just throw them in the trash.  It's not that there was anything wrong with their product- I just don't want to put money in the coffers of a state who elects corrupt politicians.

And so, though I really like your quilt fabrics, I want you to know IF I don't order any more, it will be because I don't want to put money in the coffers of your elected officials in Missouri.

America is in trouble, culturally, economically, and spiritually.  This president has been busy taking vacations to Africa for 100 million dollars, flying his dog up to Martha's Vinyard in a separate plane-which you and I paid for- while veterans who were maimed in the wars they fought for us cannot get timely health care to treat their injuries.  Our troops overseas are having their k-rations cut while our politicians live opulent lifestyles, shamelessly.  I am an American and I don't believe a governor in Missouri has the right to say anyone cannot criticize or poke fun at the corruption in our government.That would include the president, no matter who he is.

I have no idea who the rodeo clown was, what race he is, how old he is, or even if he is an American. He could be an illegal alien for all I know. But I believe he does not deserve this persecution, and I believe your governor should know better. You tell your governor and elected officials that their stand against the first amendment and statements about this rodeo clown are costing you business. 

When we take our vacation in our gas-eating motor home in the future, we will take the southern route. We will not be buying any gas in Missouri. I hope you understand why I am compelled to write you this.

Elections have consequences- for all of us.

cindy kucharski
Ft. Myers, Fl

  "To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public."    Theodore Roosevelt - 26th US President

Clowning the Os    August 15, 2013   By Jason Kissner
Who has not heard about the "iniquitous", white (and therefore guilty -- like Zimmerman, who of course is not white, but never mind) rodeo clown who donned an Obama mask?
Who has not gotten wind of the Ruling Aristocrat Oprah Winfrey's manufacture of a "racist victimization incident" with a Swiss sales clerk?
In consideration of the content of many conservative articles and comments on the subjects, I am going to be so bold as to suggest that many conservatives still do not want to come to grips with the true function of racial discourse in this country.
As a consequence, many conservative responses are as naïve as they are myopic.
Protestations of the form "look at the Bush masks; look all the Bush hate; the sales clerk wasn't a racist after all and Oprah should apologize" are fruitless, and will continue to be fruitless until matters are set right.
Matters are not going to be set right until Americans take fully on board the brute fact that the "dialogue" on race in this country is, quite literally, psychotic.
That this is so is easily seen by reflection that, for example, the racial "dialogue" we've been hectored about for several decades is in reality no "dialogue" at all; it is a monologue imposed by the powerful in order to decimate the values and individuality of the powerless.
When reality itself is completely contradicted by the description of it and the description is resolutely adhered to anyway, what you have is -- psychosis.
In the current historical moment, the psychosis is quite functional: it serves to facilitate "progress" toward full blown Marxo-Fascism.
Why was the rodeo clown branded a racist? Why did the MSM fail to question the veracity of Oprah's confabulation? Why was Zimmerman tried?
Because under Marxo-Fascism, individuals do not matter -- unless, of course, you are a member of the Ruling Class -- which is why, for example, people like Hypocrite Harry Reid feel no pressure to step down and support a minority candidate.
Thus, from the controlling vantage point of the Rulers, when the rodeo clown woke up on that "fateful" day, he was of course the same being he was when he fell asleep, which is to say either an overt racist, or a latent racist whose racism was, due to either the passage of time or the merest of deviations from Marxist script, invariably going to manifest itself.
With respect to the sales clerk (Adriana N.), she clowned Oprah, as the above linked articleshows.
The sales clerk stood her ground and insisted that her engagement with the minority titan was entirely proper.
The titan lied, and might have destroyed a life, but nonetheless Adriana N. is not going to receive anything approaching a sincere apology from power.
Why not?
Again, power has not seen fit to constitute either the sales clerk or the rodeo clown as individuals.
Because the Establishment view on race relations is psychotic and immune to consequences, it is "free" (in the way psychotic criminals are "free") to substitute fantasy for reality on issues of race.
That is, to the system, the rodeo clown and the sales clerk are mere placeholders; ciphers, or random variables, if you will.
If the first random white is not literally a racist, who cares -- the next one will be, and what's the first going to do about the false allegation? And, once more, what psychotic cares about the "literal" anyway?
Hence, what was in their hearts and minds is, according to Marxo-Fascism, wholly irrelevant, since no matter what resided in those places, there are surely tens of millions of other sets of hearts and minds wherein subsists evil worse than murder.
Surely there are tens of millions of racist white sales clerks and rodeo clowns in the suburbs of America!
The proof of this, of course, is that if these people were not racist, they would not live in the suburbs -- they would live in Detroit, which is, incidentally, where the clown Obama takes his "working" vacations, isn't it?
What was once the radical, collectivist view on race relations -- as exemplified by what looks to have been a terrorist act and a thoroughly hypocritical act committed by the sitting United States Attorney General Eric Holder -- is now the Establishment view, and that therefore what is really in the hearts and minds of people with respect to race is, from a historical point of view, completely irrelevant.
In the minds of these radicals, all roads are racialized, and all racialized roads must lead to one destination and one destination only: equality of outcome (excepting the 1% Rulers, of course) --which, by the way, is, beyond any dispute whatsoever, a socialist idea.
Thus, trillions of dollars and decades of affirmative action programs related to education, employment, and business have proven not to be enough, and so what is needed now is yet another dose of affirmative action whereby housing outcomes are to be racially engineered by the federal government.
This is of course strongly suggestive of the notion that behind the manufacturing of victims such as Trayvon lies hostility to liberty.
In sum, it is a brute fact that the collectivist cabals that compose the federal government and subsidiary holdings such as the MSM have determined that conservatives and libertarians are racists no matter what they say or do.
So what are conservatives going to do about it?
If the Marxo-Fascist dictator and his followers do not like certain sales clerks or rodeo clowns of the world, we might ask whether it is because they do not like being clowned, and, similarly, whether it is because they do not like clowns.
It would be decidedly odd if either if these possibilities were true.
Dr. Jason Kissner is associate professor of criminology at California State University, Fresno. You can reach him

Rep. Stockman invites banned MO rodeo clown to perform in Texas  August 15, 2013   Rick Moran
Three cheers for Rep. Steve Stockman who has placed the rodeo clown controversys in the proper context; a free speech issue.
MSNBC:  Texas Rep. Steve Stockman has invited the rodeo clown who impersonated President Obama at the Missouri State Fair this past weekend to perform at a rodeo in his home district.
The Republican congressman issued a statement Wednesday explaining why he wanted the rodeo clown to participate at a rodeo in Texas' 36th District.
"Liberals want to bronco bust dissent. But Texans value speech, even if its speech they don't agree with," Stockman said in the press release. "From Molly Ivins to Louie Gohmert and every opinion between Texans value free and open political speech. I'm sure any rodeo in Texas would be proud to have performers."
"Disagreeing with speech is one thing. Banning it and ordering citizens into reeducation classes for mocking a liberal leader is another," he continued in the release. "Liberals have targeted this man for personal destruction to create a climate of fear."
Missouri State Fair organizers apologized after video emerged showing the rodeo clown donning an Obama mask at an event. Crowds were heard in the clip cheering as the announcer asked if they wanted to see him trampled by a bull. Organizers later banned the rodeo clown from ever participating in the Missouri State Fair again.   [...]
Stockman called the performance in Missouri "a harmless gag."
"The idea to create a state of fear and make people afraid to trivialize Obama. No one tried to personally destroy the rodeo clown who wore a George H.W. Bush mask," he said.
Officials from the Houston Livestock and Rodeo say the Texas Republican never contacted them about inviting the rodeo clown. The vice president of the organization told Politico that Stockman "has no authority to invite any person to perform at our show."
And Rush Limbaugh also correctly identified the free speech angle with a brilliant example: (No, I haven't changed my mind about Limbaugh)
This burns me. This is outrageous. This is no different than what happened in all those countries that had the cartoons of the prophet and militant Muslims had a cow over it, went nuts. It's exactly what's happening here. What do we have, a president of the United States who is above all this? We have a president who's above criticism, above being mocked, above being laughed at? We have not just a president, we have an entire Democrat political party and the American left which thinks that they are so damn special that they cannot be mocked, they cannot be made fun of.
There's a great quote by C. S. Lewis. You know who C. S. Lewis was. See, if I even quote C. S. Lewis I'll get myself in a little bit of trouble here. I'd have to paraphrase. I don't have it right in front of me. C. S. Lewis said the devil can't stand being made fun of.The devil can't stand being mocked. He actually used the word "mocked." You people on the left, I know you don't have the capacity for shame, but this is just absolutely --a clown now fearing for his life? Everybody involved in the fair quitting. The state of Missouri acting like it's profoundly embarrassed to be aliveA bunch of people with nothing better on their hands to do, running around trying to make a federal, big, gigantic issue out of this.
Who cares if it was offensive. To who? Haven't heard Obama complain about it. It's like I'm saying, if I were the president of the United States, and I saw what this was doing, I'd put a stop to it. The next time I was on TV, I'd reference it. I'd have a smile on my face, I'd laugh about it, and I'd have everybody calm down. A little leadership. But, no, this guy, I am convinced he's right in there with all this punishment. He's right in there with all these people being taken out because of this, because he's above being made fun of, he's above being mocked, he's above being criticized. I have no doubt about that.
The video of the rodeo clown's schtick shows absolutely nothing that can remotely be conceived as "racist." As I've mentioned previously, it may be in bad taste to ask if the crowd wants to see Obama run down by a bull, but everyone knew the guy in the mask was a clown, and everyone knew that it wasn't really President Obama. Where's the racism?
I've said this previously on these pages; the massive and relentless use of the race card has resulted in the unintended consequence that nobody believes the accusers anymore.Shouting "racist" at the drop of a hat has diluted the word's power to the point that only liberals believe it matters to anyone.
Limbaugh nails it; the over the top reaction by liberals - and the cowering of Republicans in the face of criticism - is exactly what happened with Muslim hysteria about a bunch of cartoons and the reaction by much of the western press who refused to show their readers what the fuss was about.
Stockman probably won't get his wish. And the rodeo clowns will go through their re-education er..., I mean their "sensitivity training" so they won't make fun of Obama again.
But might I suggest a "Parody Obama Day" where anyone and everyone lets loose with the broadest, most satirical, most pointed mirth-making at the president's expense? The only way to fight attempts to limit speech is to shout what is being attacked from the rooftops - and often.
A Swiss Clerk Teaches Us About Racism and Profiteering   August 15, 2013    By Jeffrey T. Brown
Is racism a real problem in the United States, or is it the calculated and fraudulent branding and stigma that strategically attaches to the target of an accusation of racism? That exploitation, ignoring for now the damage it does to its target, has proven to be very profitable to the accusers, whether in pursuit of employment, admissions, benefits, political power or even promoting a movie.Apart from the sympathy that flows to the self-proclaimed "victim", even if reflexively rather than from any merit in the accusation, there is the publicity and the opportunity to decry the affront, which is the victim's new right. There is the priceless platform for the victim to force him or herself on the public, which is not otherwise offered to those living quietly in one of the least racist countries in the world. Where's the publicity or gain in merely living as a person to whom every opportunity is available to achieve unlimited success?
There is a purposeful malice in this exploitation that is disturbing, especially when the specter of pervasive racism is invoked by those who know the lie they tell. At the pinnacle of our culture, enjoying all the financial and prestigious rewards this free country can convey, they lecture us on how hard their lives are because of their professed belief in our intolerance and meanness.
So in the last several years, and even more so in recent months, the left's message is that we live in the most racist, oppressive country on Earth, at least according to the self-appointed oppressed and their elite spokespersons. And who are these damaged victims of such flagrant oppression, from whom we hear of hardship and discrimination? Why, some of the wealthiest and most privileged among us: the athletes, the movie stars, the entertainers, the celebrities. And yes, the most powerful politicians in the worldApparently, wealth, privilege, opportunity and power are the new oppression. Who knew? It seems that no one knows oppression like those who have freely achieved vastly more wealth and power than their imagined oppressors. the presidency of our "post-racial" president, decades of progress have been consciously erased by those who have sensed an opportunity, led by the daily example of this very same president, to make the accusation of racism pay off, knowing it is a lie. The eradication of past progress is actually welcomed by these destroyers, since endless racial strife means endless exploitation and opportunity for those positioned to profit. If the clock is constantly turned back, every fight must be fought over again, as if nothing has ever changed. Those who did their part in good faith had no idea it was all a game, but they are coming around to the truth.
These heralds of our national sin are the embodiment of unrestrained self-absorption. They lie to us and themselves that by proclaiming their own victimhood, and someone else's imagined bigotry, they are harkening a greater good, with no sense of the irony of the entire exercise. In reality, of course, they are doing untold damageThe vast majority of Americans, who are not racists, have long been forced to listen to what they know are lies told about them, and many are coming to resent it deeply. We are going backward, by design.
We have been recently treated to the rather obscene spectacle of Oprah Winfrey, a black woman who has achieved unlimited acceptance, success, wealth and power in the least racist nation on Earth, lecturing us on the mythical lynching of "millions" of blacks, while promoting a racially themed movie for which she was doubtless paid millions of dollars. How's that for victimhood? For what it's worth, the actual number of persons lynched between 1882 and 1968 has been calculated at less than 5000, and of those, it seems one in four were whiteCan you guess the political affiliation of those doing the lynching versus those being lynched? There weren't very many white Republicans in the South, thanks to Mr. Lincoln.
Following closely on the heels of Ms. Winfrey's historical lie, she has more recently found herself in the uncomfortable position of accusing someone of racism who is not accustomed to simply accepting the label, as most white Americans are conditioned to do. Apparently, the rules are different outside the United States, which Ms. Winfrey failed to take intoaccountThose in Switzerland who are not racist will actually object loudly to being branded for someone else's amusement, or gain, and expose the lie. A Swiss store clerk has done exactly that, implicitly calling out Oprah Winfrey on a lie she thought she could get away with if she kept it vague enough, other than the whiteness of the accused.Now, embarrassed by the exposure, Ms. Winfrey is pretending it was all a misunderstanding, and saying she wished it had not gotten blown out of proportion.It seems that not every white has been taught they owe apologies and repentance when accused of racism by profiteers.
Of course, we are not allowed to similarly speak in our own defense in the United States in matters of raceTo examine facts and object to lies when told by racialist opportunists is itself evidence of racism. For Americans, it was otherworldly to see a false race accuser called out publicly. I guess the falsely accused can do that in countries where the politically correct narrative is not rigged to blindly honor the liar, rather than the truth, when the lie is about race. Had a white person in this country done what the Swiss store clerk did, he would have his name and reputation entirely destroyed by the liberal race machine, which exists to ensure that we never speak truthfully about race in the United States.
The left's protection of the president is a further illustration of this reality. He and his lickspittles have made every reaction to his petty politics a "dog whistle" for racism. The attorney general is similarly inclined, consciously serving only 'his people' by disregarding their criminality when it occurs, as historical payback. It is unseemly and repulsive, but that's what makes it so attractive to liberals. They swim in an ever expanding cesspool of offensive behavior, happy to tear down the barriers of morality and ethics that prevented the malcontents before them from destroying the civil society in their time. They relish the knowledge that their gains are inversely proportionate to the preservation of a greater good, without which a moral society will die.
Make no mistake. The exploitation of race for profit and advantage in this country is a key part of the ongoing efforts to kill off the remnants of the old, Constitutional United States. Even Mrs. Clinton understands the advantage of lying to and about blacks. She purportedly objects to voter ID laws because of their supposedly negative impact on blacks, but is never asked about the implications of this view. At the heart of the matter, if we assume that Democrats are sincere, isn't the implication that Democrats believe blacks are so stupid and lazy that they cannot obtain readily available and free forms of identification, which they otherwise need for everything? Why is this obvious premise never challenged by the left? Perhaps it is because there is no disagreement from within the left.
For those blacks who stay silent, not objecting to their perpetual insult for the sake of the benefits they think that Democrats bestow upon them, they are doubly betrayed. After all, the voter ID fight is not even about them. It's about the votes of illegal immigrants, whose presence in growing numbers only ensures that fewer jobs, opportunities and benefits will be available for the loyal blacks who still await the deliverance that Democrats will promise them until they no longer need to. As illegals vote in greater numbers and become the dominant percentage of the Democrat base, blacks will find themselves in the same place that others have when their utility to liberals has exhausted itself.
The left sincerely hopes that we never become as honest and vocal as a Swiss store clerk. To ensure we do not, they will continue to strategically brand their opponents as racists for as long as there are halfwits who sell it, buy it, and apologize for it. 

Kathleen Rae Doan
As A Mom Coordinator Region #8
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“To save man from the morass of propaganda, in my opinion, is one of the chief aims of education. 
Education must enable one to sift and weigh evidence, to discern the true from the false, the real from the unreal, and the facts from the fiction.”
-- Dr. Martin Luther King

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