Apr 052011

Jesse Ventura’s publicist confirms he’d consider running on the same ticket with Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, if he ran as an independent, but Paul’s camp has yet to respond to the suggestion.

“He said he would consider running with him,” Says Jen Hobbs, who’s organizing Ventura’s current book tour. “If Paul ran as a Republican, Jesse would run as independent on same ticket. Or if Paul switched to Independent, he would seriously consider it.”

The two have not discussed the idea that Ventura mentioned when answering a question about whether and how he would run for president in 2012.

:: Jessie on 2012 & Secret Gov. Docs on 911 ::

~ at 3:51 on 2012…

FOX Insider

Apr 052011

On Monday during a photo opportunity for the Hunger Fast Coalition, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the Republican budget will force seniors into starvation. The former House Speaker also used “the Gospel” to justify more government spending.

“In one of the bills before us, six million seniors are deprived of meals — homebound seniors are deprived of meals. People ask us to find our common ground, the middle ground. Is middle ground three million seniors not receiving meals? I don’t think so. We’ve got to take this conversation from a debate about numbers and dollar figures and finding middle ground there to the higher ground of national values. I don’t think the American people want any one of those six million people to lose their meals or the children who are being thrown off of Head Start and the rest of it.”

“When I hear you speak about this issue, of course it’s the Gospel of Matthew: When I was hungry, he gave me to eat and the rest of it goes on. And when I hear Reverend Wallis talk about priorities, I can’t help but think about the fact that in these same budgets, we are talking about, they give tens of billions of dollars in subsidies to Big Oil to drill when they are making a trillion dollars over 10 years in profits, that we are giving tax breaks to companies to send jobs overseas. We’re doing that as we say to seniors, homebound seniors: “You no longer will have food coming to you in your homes.”

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Apr 052011

The Republican chairman of the House Budget Committee said his party’s budget proposal for 2012 would cut deficits by more than $4 trillion over the next decade, vowing to tackle costly entitlements like Medicare and Medicaid.

The proposal, set to be unveiled Tuesday, would serve as the Republicans’ official response to President Obama’s proposed $3.7 trillion budget for 2012. The White House claims its plan would cut deficits by $1.1 trillion over a decade.

But Ryan, R-Wis., in an interview with “Fox News Sunday,” accused Obama of “punting” and said Republicans’ plan would exceed the fiscal goals set by the president’s fiscal commission — which issued a report calling for $4 trillion in cuts. That report never made it out of committee.

“We can’t keep kicking this can down the road,” Ryan said. “The president has punted. We’re not going to follow suit.”

The GOP proposal coincides with the ongoing debate over the remainder of the fiscal 2011 budget. Both parties are trying to hammer out a half-year budget before the deadline for a partial government shutdown Friday. From there, they move immediately to the 2012 budget debate.

Ryan said Sunday that the GOP proposal would reform the tax code but focus on spending cuts and entitlement reform to achieve savings.

“We don’t have a tax problem,” Ryan said. “We have got to stop spending money we don’t have.”

Though the plan is expected to mostly leave Social Security reform for another day, Ryan proposed big changes to Medicare and Medicaid. For Medicaid, he called for a system of block grants to the states, so the states can “customize” coverage for the poor.

“We want to give governors freedom,” he said.

For Medicare, he said the GOP proposal will be modeled after the “premium support” system outlined in an earlier proposal co-authored by him and former White House Budget Director Alice Rivlin. Such a proposal would provide a fixed amount of government assistance toward premiums in the health plan of seniors’ choosing. The Ryan-Rivlin plan would call for seniors to pay more for smaller expenses but put a cap on what they could pay out-of-pocket. Ryan, on “Fox News Sunday,” did not discuss these details but said the plan would provide less money to wealthy beneficiaries, and stressed that the changes would not affect those 55 and older.

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Apr 052011

…After Friday Prayers.

Apr 052011

… to try Sept. 11 suspects in federal court

Apr 052011

~ Satire

Hello American Voter,

They say time flies when you’re having fun, and those four years sure went by real fast. Between the golfing and the legislating, the bailing out and the spending, suddenly you stop and wonder where the time went. I was just dancing the night away in sunny Rio, after committing American forces to a war that one of my advisers thought was a good idea, when suddenly it hit me and I stopped the samba and said. “Hey Michelle, isn’t it time for another one of those elections.”

I like elections myself. And if you’re anything like me, you like them too. The campaigns are like this huge party that goes on for a whole year. And then when it’s over, they throw you an even bigger party. There’s lots of free food, you fly around on a jet plane to all the important states and everyone wants to have their picture taken with you. Some of my advisers are telling me that I might lose this one, but I don’t believe that for a second. I mean how in the world could I lose?

Sure some of you are sore about the economy. I don’t know why. All my top economic advisers, including that GE guy, say that we’re in full recovery. Hell, I’ve been spending money like crazy. If there was anything wrong with the economy, wouldn’t the money just run out? The problem is some of you just ain’t educated enough. Now I go on campaign stops to some podunk little town in some state you couldn’t normally pay me to visit and see all these dumb idiots standing around and asking where the jobs are. “Where are the jobs at, my man?” The jobs are in government. The canneries ain’t coming back. The factories aren’t returning from China. If you want to work, you work for the government. Like me.

Here’s how you get started. You need to go to the right schools. It helps if your grandmother was a bank president and your father an international diplomat. But if you don’t got that, it’s okay too. See what really counts is a story. You gotta have a story about finding yourself. I wrote a bunch of admissions essays about that and a bunch of books about it. It didn’t just get me into Columbia and Harvard, it got me into the White House. Now it’s 2012 and I’m gonna be making a whole bunch of speeches and most of those speeches are gonna about my growth and development. How I want to use what I learned to help all you dopes who don’t got it going on like I do. Same thing I wrote up for Columbia.

Hell of an admissions essay isn’t it? It’s gonna get me into the White House over and over again till I get bored and go do something else. Some of my advisers tell me I should go run the UN, but have you seen the house the President of the UN lives in? That’s right. He ain’t got no house. No fleet of jets either. And he can’t just bomb any country cause he wants to. Maybe I’ll stick around here till say 2024. Then I’ll turn over all the sovereignty to the UN if they make me the President of the World.

So what was I saying? Yeah life is just like college. And most of those dopes asking for jobs, they never even went. Instead they spent their lives working with their hands. Who the hell wants to do that for a living? Even worse some of them were in the army. Like my man Kerry said, you gotta to college or you get stuck in Iraq. And he oughta know, he was in one of those army things. Now I’m stuck in Iraq, but I’m not ‘stuck’ in Iraq like some twenty something from Nebraska or Iowa. I’m ‘Stuck in Iraq’ in Rio. They’re stuck in Iraq in Basra. You get me?

I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t go to college. It’s great. You party all the time, smoke pot and BS your professors. If they ever call you on it, just tell them that as a Half-African who grew up in Indonesia you have a different cultural perspective that doesn’t fit into their Euro-centric worldview. That’s an automatic A right there. They love that stuff. Just stick to the humanities. Avoid those uptight science and math guys. You can’t convince em that 2 + 2 = 5 if you really want it to be. That’s what I’ve got Paul Krugman for.

MUST finish this hilarious piece by Daniel Greenfield HERE

Apr 052011

Memorial to a life that started on 9/11 and was ended by another national tragedy

Apr 052011

Apr 052011

— News you WANT to read…Digital media & images- All in one spot!

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NOTE: When an image is present click on it for story…

— FSM Meltdown in Your Backyard? – The NRC database of nuclear power plants shows that 23 of the 104 nuclear power plants operating in the United States are very similar to those involved in the Japanese crisis. And many of those boiling-water reactors have GE’s early Mark I system for containing radioactivity, the same containment system that was used in Japan’s Fukushima plant.

— FOX GOP Budget Plan to Cut $6 Trillion – Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget proposal for 2012 will offer more than $6 trillion in cuts over the next decade, with a focus on federal spending and costly entitlement programs.

— FSM “The Three Stooges Of Evil” – Coming Soon to a Theater Near You!

by Lt. Colonel James Zumwalt, USMC (ret) – Three men in positions of power and authority are bonded together by a shared belief. The trio sees a world in complete disorder.

:: Stranded tsunami dog rescued in Japan ::

~ at sea for three weeks

— Heritage Supreme Court Throws Out Challenge to Arizona Tuition Tax Credit Program

The Institute for (IN)Justice writes:

Today’s landmark decision declared that the plaintiffs in the case lack standing to bring the challenge in the first instance because the program is funded by private contributions, not government funds.

—> Debt Crisis Begs the Question: “Are We Citizens or Subjects?”…As lawmakers in Washington focus their attention on the budget, they would be wise to remember the policy objectives behind their necessary reforms.

— FOX Package Containing Severed Pig’s Foot Intercepted on Way to Rep. King’s Office – The U.S. Postal Service intercepted a package Monday containing a severed pig’s foot and an anti-Semitic note addressed to Rep. Pete King, R-N.Y., the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, sources tell Fox News.

UConn Defeats Butler to Win Third National Title – Connecticut beats Butler, 53-41, to give Jim Calhoun his third men’s basketball NCAA championship

ALSO SEE: Fans storm court in Connecticut as Huskies win

— FOX Holder Blames Congress for Forcing Hand on Military Commissions for 9/11 Detainees…Congress tied the Obama administration’s hands in trying the alleged mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks and his accomplices

— AP High winds, rain, hit South; at least 6 killed (AP) – At least six people have been killed in the South as fast-moving spring storms packing high winds, hail and lightning blew through the region, uprooting trees and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands including in metro Atlanta.

TWC VIDEO Severe outbreak causes widespread damage…A line of severe thunderstorms moved through the South, and the Tennesee and Ohio Valleys leaving behind damage from reported tornadoes and straight line winds.

— [Chicago Breaking News] Quinn, Caterpillar chief to meet…Gov. Pat Quinn plans to talk to the head of Caterpillar Inc. about Illinois’ business climate, countering the efforts of other states to lure the company away.

— FOX Report: 2 Qaddafi Sons Offer Plan to Oust Father…it would push their father aside to make way for a transition to a constitutional democracy, a diplomat and a Libyan official said Sunday.

— FSM American Jewry’s Fight – Over the past year or so, American Jewish opponents of Israel like writer and activist Peter Beinart have sought to intimidate and demoralize Israelis by telling us that American Jews either no longer support us or will stop supporting us if we don’t give in to all the Arabs’ demands.

— Rasmussen Ratings For Obama’s National Security Performance Fall to New Low…fewer voters than ever give him positive grades on his handling of national security issues.

— USA Today Bodies found in wreckage of 2009 Air France crash in Atlantic

France’s Bureau of Investigation and Analysis tells reporters that searchers have hopes of finding the black boxes because the debris is scattered in a relatively concentrated area of teh ocean floor, AFP reports.

— CFP by -Dr. Paul L. Williams :: Inside the Gulen Compound ::

{JUST Recommended} A visit to the Pennsylvania fortress of “The World’s most Dangerous Islamist” – Fethullah Gulen, allegedly “the most dangerous Islamist on planet earth,” is alive, well, and living in Pennsylvania with over $25 billion in financial assets.

—> Muslims and Moral Handicaps

Free speech is a fundamental freedom. But all it takes is a few Muslim murders and Reid, Breyer and Graham eagerly hold up their lighters to the Constitution

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wants an investigation into Koran burning. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer suggested that this form of free speech could be banned. Senator Lindsey Graham is also looking for ways to limit free speech, saying, “Free speech is a great idea, but we’re in a war”.

: In God We Still Trust ::

– By Lloyd Marcus CFP The left: they’re goin’ after our kids…Obama and company are doing everything in their power to “bully” parents into surrendering their children over to them for government indoctrination.