Dinesh D’Souza Says ‘Dictator’ Obama Coming After Your Furniture

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Dinesh D’Souza Says ‘Dictator’ Obama Coming After Your Furniture

Dinesh D’Souza, the right wing evangelical former college president who cheated on his wife, said President Obama is also coming after your furniture. D’Souza spewed his venom at CPAC while promoting his new movie, “America.” You will recall Dinesh D’Souza, who called President Obama a ‘grown-up Trayvon Martin, is also facing criminal charges on campaign finance fraud.

Dinesh D’Souza said, “Think about this, it’s almost like here you are at home, you’re watching TV, and a bunch of government guys show up at your door and they start taking your furniture and taking your car and you’re like, ‘What are you doing?’ They’re like, ‘You know your paycheck that you got last month? You didn’t earn that, you stole it, it doesn’t really belong to you.’ This is what, in a sense, we are up against.”

So, President Obama, who was compared to segregationist former Alabama Gov. George Wallace by Ralph Reed and Bobby Jindal, isn’t just going after your guns and redistributing wealth. He’s also coming for your furniture.

 Dinesh DSouza Says Dictator Obama Coming After Your Furniture

GOP Presidential Hopeful Paul Ryan: Poor, Hungry Kids Don’t Want Free Meals

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GOP Presidential Hopeful Paul Ryan: Poor, Hungry Kids Don’t Want Free Meals

GOP 2016 presidential hopeful Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) spoke at CPAC, saying poor, hungry kids don’t want free meals. Um, this is coming from the “party of ideas.” He asserted that liberals don’t understand that kids who get free lunches at school did not have parents who cared about them at home. Um, really? In other words, poor kids should go hungry because they are loved. This is coming from one-half of the loser GOP 2012 presidential ticket.

Paul Ryan told a story of a “young boy from a very poor family,” who received free lunches at school “from a government program.” He said, “He didn’t want a free lunch. He wanted his own lunch, one in a brown paper bag, just like the other kids.””He wanted one because he know a kid with a brown paper bag had someone who cared for him. This is what the left doesn’t understand.”

Um, what a load of crap…..

[UPDATE]: Rep. Paul Ryan lifted his anecdote from a book. Wonkette reports that Ryan’s remarks at CPAC was strikingly similar to the premise of the book An Invisible Thread, which recounted author Laura Schroff’s meeting with an 11-year-old “homeless panhandler” named Maurice in 1986. Maurice was receiving lunches through a school program.

[H/T Talking Points Memo]

 

Sarah Palin Delivers CPAC Address Says “President Obama Transformed a Shining City on a Hill into a Sinking Ship,” He “Mucked It Up”

 Sarah Palin Delivers CPAC Address Says President Obama Transformed a Shining City on a Hill into a Sinking Ship, He Mucked It Up

Sarah Palin Delivers CPAC Address Says "President Obama Transformed a Shining City on a Hill into a Sinking Ship," He "Mucked It Up" (Wikipedia)

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is the keynote speaker at CPAC Saturday and she didn’t fail to deliver some blows against President Obama. At least, in her mind she was saying something significant. Like, President Obama “transformed a shining city on a hill to a sinking ship” and he “mucked it up.” Um, exactly what did Obama’s predecessor, a Republican president, do for the eight years he was in office? Sarah Palin says never before in history has there been such a gaping disconnect between how the president sees this country, heading in the right direction and the people on the ground saying something else. Um, George W. Bush. She says WTF to President Obama’s jobs plan (Win the Future). In other words, gutter talk coming from Alaska trailer trash.

Sarah Palin says President Obama is the champion of the power brokers who will bankroll his campaign. She said “our nominee must be strong, a fighter for American ideals,” etc. She says they are looking for someone who inherently believes in the Constitution. “Competition will lead us to victory in 2012,” Palin said. She says next time this year “we will have a true conservative in the White House” and a “Commander-in-Chief worthy of our troops.” “President Obama lacks the vision to lead.” Um, as though she has that vision. This is the same person who jumped ship on the people of Alaska. Sarah Palin also said before her speech, that a brokered GOP convention wouldn’t be a bad thing, but that would mean the Republican Party is in a tailspin and would play in President Obama’s favor.

The conservatives can’t help themselves. Immediately following Sarah Palin’s speech was Shania Twain’s “She Not Just a Pretty Face,” playing in the background. Um, that’s exactly what Sarah Palin is, just a pretty face (some would beg to differ), with nothing of substance or history of accomplishment to stand on.

Mitt Romney Wins CPAC Straw Poll, Rick Santorum Second and Newt Gingrich Third

CPAC disclosed straw poll results (3408 people participated in the straw, the second highest in the history of CPAC) with Mitt Romney winning, followed by Rick Santorum in second place, and Newt Gingrich third, with Ron Paul in fourth place. They picked Marco Rubio as vice president, followed by NJ Chris Christie and included Donald Trump and Allen West. Whatever….

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Mitt Romney Wins CPAC Straw Poll, Rick Santorum Second and Newt Gingrich Third (CPAC)

Rick Santorum Gets Positive Reception at CPAC, Though Questions Still Linger About his Presidential Viability

Rick Santorum got a positive reception during his speech at CPAC, as he painted himself as the most conservative candidate among the four men still standing — Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and himself. The real question people should be asking is one of ELECTABILITY. Could Rick Santorum beat President Barack Obama?

Wall Street Journal: “He argued that Mr. Romney’s greatest assets – political and financial – are not enough to beat President Obama in the fall.

“We are not going to win this election because the Republican candidate has the most money to beat up their opponent and win the election,’’ Mr. Santorum said to a convention of the Conservative Political Action Committee. “We’re not going to win this election over a lopsided money advantage. We’ won’t have one in the fall. President Obama will have more money.”

Sorry, but I can’t get overly enthusiastic about Rick Santorum. This is the same person who wants to see contraceptives banned and believe women shouldn’t serve on the front lines. This man has not been vetted yet and I am sure there positions he has taken in the past that are not popular among many potential voters. We’ll just have to see how this shakes out.

Rick Santorum blasted President Obama during his speech saying, “they believe rights come from government. The most important one they’ve been able to shove down the throats of the American public is the right to health care.” He also waded into President Obama’s capitulation on the contraceptive mandate, saying, “This is the kind of coercion we can expect.  It’s not about contraception. It’s about government control of our lives and it’s got to stop.” How else does he explain taking away the rights of women to use contraceptives, as he seems to advocate? Wouldn’t that amount to government intrusion in our lives? This is the hypocrisy that galls me about politicians.

Rick Santorum, in my view, doesn’t have that electability quality about him that we need to see. Heck, if George W. Bush could become president for two terms, then there’s hope for Santorum though I believe he comes across as self-righteous and hypocritical, much like the right wing evangelicals who have heaped praise on him. Still, his campaign staff needs to figure out how communicate his electability effectively to Republican and Independent voters and donors, before his message of being the only “true conservative” in the race gets lost in the mumbo-jumbo of a truly mediocre organization.

Watch Rick Santorum speak at CPAC:

Peter Brimelow, CPAC Speaker and Market Watch Columnist, Blasted for White Nationalist Stance

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Peter Brimelow, CPAC Speaker and Market Watch Columnist, Blasted for White Nationalist Stance

SHAME:  The CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) is underway and Peter Brimelow, a white nationalist, who writes for Market Watch, is among the speakers. Yeah, more racism you can believe in from elements of the Republican Party. Peter Brimelow is the editor of VDare, a site that fights against multiculturalism and mass immigration, specifically of non-whites. By the way, VDare was named after Virginia Dare, the first white, English baby born in the new world, which didn’t belong to the white man, but to people of color, the Native Indians, I might add.

Here are some of Peter Brimelow’s columns, which further reinforces the outrage from the liberals on this racist being allowed to speak:

Minority Occupation Govt. Forces Pepsi To Pay, Hire Possible Criminals.

The issue was a fine Pepsi faced for using criminal background checks to weed out job candidates who weren’t actually convicted of any crime. Here’s Brimelow’s two cents:

“…whites are being punished, by being deprived of jobs and because Pepsi’s inevitably increased costs will be passed to consumers at large, because they do, of course, commit fewer crimes than blacks and Hispanics. This is what it means to have a Minority Occupation Government.”

Another Peter Brimelow headline: IMMIGRANT Congressman David Wu Resigns In Sex Scandal.

Another Peter Brimelow: Coincidence? Another Black, Clinton-Appointed Federal Judge Thwarts Voters.

Still more from Peter Brimelow: How Hanukkah Came to the White House.

The message is loud and clear about Peter Brimelow, he thinks non-whites are a threat to the white American culture. Why would any organization that’s seeking party unity and going after the Hispanic vote even entertain the notion, much less act on the idea of having a white nationalist on its list of speakers at a political event? How can you blast Ron Paul over the racist newsletters and embrace Peter Brimelow?