Friday, 28 December 2012


On Meet the Press (MTP) this week (12/23), the NRA & Gun Control and the Fiscal Cliff were on the agenda.
Sen, Chuck Shumer (D-NY) was duelling with Lindsay Graham (R-SC) on the issues.
When the talks were moved to the Fiscal Cliff; I was mortified when Senator Schumer said this:

"DAVID GREGORY Meet the Press Host:

Gentlemen, I know we could talk about this indefinitely. But I want to move on. I've only got a few minutes left. I want to get to another seemingly intractable debate. And that's the fiscal cliff. Because Congress has left town, and there's no deal here. So Senator Schumer, the President's now proposing a smaller deal. Are we going to avoid the fiscal cliff by the first of the year or not?


Well, I hope so. You know, if you look at the final positions last Monday of both the president and Speaker Boehner, they were this close, they were this close to a solution. The president was about $200 billion higher on revenues. Speaker Boehner, $200 billion higher on spending cuts.

Out of a $4 trillion budget, that doesn't seem insurmountable. So I hope they would keep talking. And my one bit of advice to Speaker Boehner is this: You cannot pass a bill with just Republicans. On a broad thing like this, you need both. And he has put himself with Plan B in sort of an impossible position. He has to get these hard right guys to go along with him.

If he were to say, and the president were to say, "We're going to pass a bill with a majority of Democrats and a majority of Republicans in the House and Senate," we could get a mainstream bill. Now, I know he's worried about his speakership. But what I've found in my 37 years in as a legislator is that when you show leadership, when you show real direction and courage, even people who disagree with you will vote for you for speaker. So I would urge Speaker Boehner to abandon this Plan B strategy and work on a bipartisan solution."

The statement from Schumer was unreal. Here is there same guy who had no problem with ramming through ObamaCare with no Republicans, but is lecturing the GOP on the importance of bipartisan legislation.

What annoyed me was that David Gregory let it pass completely. MTP prides itself on getting answers from the current political leaders. Former anchor, Tim Russert was notorious for challenging his guests and would bring up a quote or an article and ensure that the person wasn't misleading or dodging the question.
If Gregory had any journalistic standards, or cared about the Russert legacy, then he would've asked Schumer if HealthCare is less important than the Fiscal Cliff? if it isn't, then why the double standard here with your preaching to the GOP about the need for bipartisanship. Trust me, Schumer wouldn't have had a clue what to answer.

If that question would've been asked, then viewers would've seen through the talk from Schumer. On average 4 million viewers each week, drop into watch MTP. If they would've seen that answer from Gregory, then America would've been better off.

The corruption in the media lives on.

Thursday, 20 December 2012


REMEMBER THIS?????? SEPTEMBER 11th 2012, Benghazi, Libya. Ambassador Stevens murdered by Al-Qaeda, not by an angry mob, or small time protesters.

So Ambassador Susan Rice decides not to be put forward as nominee for Secretary of State to replace Hillary Clinton.

In a letter to President Obama (12/13/12) she said:

“I am now convinced that the confirmation process would be lengthy disruptive and costly— to you and to our most pressing national and international priorities”.
Cue a list of intimidation and claims from the liberal media and Democrat lawmakers, who called the legitimate charges against Ambassador Rice as racist and sexist.

Let’s look at the facts for a second:

Ambassador Rice went on the record (5 times) in saying that Sept 11 Benghazi attacks were due to a publication of a movie, rather than terrorism: On Meet the Press 9/16/12 she said as follows:
“But let’s remember what has transpired over the last several days.  This is a response to a hateful and offensive video that was widely disseminated throughout the Arab and Muslim world.  Obviously, our view is that there is absolutely no excuse for violence and that-- what has happened is condemnable, but this is a-- a spontaneous reaction to a video, and it’s not dissimilar but, perhaps, on a slightly larger scale than what we have seen in the past with The Satanic Verses with the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.”  
That turned out, as we all knew or know, to be completely false and she got found out. 
 It is quite simple really. She was misinformed by her boss and she got caught out trying to cover it up.

What bothers me with this administration is that when all else fails, they throw the race card or try to destroy and opponent. 
Obama did it to Romney during the election with Bain; he is trying to do that with McCain, Graham & the GOP, who are questioning, legitimately the Benghazi issue.

However, I can show you another way that criticism can be handled and that is through integrity.

·         Condoleezza Rice – National Security Director under George W. Bush, said that Iraq had WMD. 
       When she received criticism, did the GOP cry SEXISM?

·         Colin Powell – Secretary of State under George W. Bush, went up to the United Nations and said that  Saddam had WMD. He was criticized but you didn’t hear the GOP scream RACISM!

You can go back to the Henry Louis Gates arrest controversy as THE case in point. Obama didn't know the facts, nor was he interested in them either; but the President's goal was to protect his own, not the interest of the American people.


In the case of Ambassador Rice, she should’ve looked into the truth of the matter regardless of whether or not it was convenient politically. 

A Secretary of State is obliged to stay apolitical during their tenure. 

Susan Rice failed that test when she lied about on the Sunday talk shows!

Obama has stated that she never had a choice but to attend the Sunday talk shows. That is where it falls apart. Anyone with half a brain cell knew that Benghazi was a terrorist act. If Rice was being honest, she would've said the same at the time. 

However, she went out to bat for the team and was found out. 

If she had character and honor, then she would've rejected the order from Obama and refused to mislead the nation. She didn't and that is why she will never be Secretary of State. 

She put Obama, before country. 

Hillary Clinton also has answers to give and I can assure that she will be made to testify, regardless of the illnesses she claims to have.

It was clear that Susan Rice, Jay Carney, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama continually tried to cover this up through ‘smoke and mirrors’ The American people need the truth and fast. 


The Benghazi report has now been issued and amazingly the upper command of Team Obama has been completely exonerated. We still do not know as to why the embassy was under equipped and under this President, we will never know.


It would be wrong of me not to point out a saying which Susan Rice once made when she said that I am a direct person” 

If you believe that, you’ll believe anything. 


Trust in CNN has been on the wane for many a year. Their liberal, anti conservative stance has eroded their viewership. You only need to see who their main people are:

Van Jones
  • Soledad O'Brien who may as well wear an Obama bumper sticker while on air.
  • You then have Van Jones – former Obama Green Energy Czar and an ardent communist who is believes that George W Bush, not Al-Qaeda caused 9/11 .

Those are just a few to mention. Maybe next in line is Piers Morgan?

On January 2011 Piers Morgan (UK) took over from Larry King Live. his mission statement was to host a candid, in-depth newsmaker interview program on CNN. 

Well………..from looking at his twitter account, are you really going to get candid, in-depth interviews?

Look at how he clutches to the sides of the Obama’s!

Can you imagine if there was such a picture of say, Sean Hannity or Rush Limbaugh caressing the sides of George and Laura Bush?
What's more is that the Christmas picture is actually the background on his twitter page.  

What this goes to tell you is that he cannot be taken seriously to deliver such bold interviews and getting to the bottom of the issues. In any event from looking at the ratings the show is in big trouble.

In June 2012, it was reported that Piers Morgan Tonight had the lowest ratings for a CNN prime-time slot in 21 years. To garner a lower viewership than Larry King takes some doing.

If only he adopted the idea of asking real questions, instead of showboating around liberal celebrities and the President - maybe then we can take him seriously.

The final nail in the coffin is where he stated on his twitter account that he was gleeful about the Connecticut shooting, in which 26 people died, 20 of those were children.
One can only imagine what the media would say if the same one said by a conservative. 

In any event, I can hardly see incoming CNN President, Jeff Zucker doing the honourable thing and firing Piers. That means that CNN really doesn't have an interest in reporting real news and seeking the truth in their programming. As a result CNN will continue to fall even further behind of FOX News, who dominate cable news in America. 
Zucker may wish to learn from FOX, who after the 2012 election shelved Karl Rove and Dick Morris after they were way off in their predictions. The idea behind that was that FOX care about their viewers and the importance of accurate reporting. 
CNN & Piers take note.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012


Hamas terrorists on motorcycles drag one of their own through the streets. Apparently he was spying for Israel and they weren't happy with that. 
Israel has to cede land to these animals? Maybe the Muslim Brotherhood will condem this disgusting act?
Video below....if you can watch


Glenn Beck is a true friend of Israel & the Jewish people. 

You may not agree with him on some his views, you may never have heard a word he has said but from his enemies - but you certainly can't question his support of Israel and the Jewish people. 

Everyone has been watching, reading and listening to the tragic events in Israel. 
We are all worried and hope that peace will prevail in the region. When you have an enemy which is hell-bent on your destruction, it is very hard to bridge the divide. 
Sometimes the blatantly obvious needs to be said to refocus our minds. 
I believe Beck does that in this video.

Please pass this on to everyone you know. (transcript below)

I want to tell you what it's like to live in most of Israel right now.

A missile is fired by Hamas in Gaza...

A siren goes off.

You get 15 seconds to find shelter.

I want Americans to think about what that means.

If you lived in a place where missiles were fired at you...

Hundreds a day...

And you would get just 15 seconds to hide...

How would you live?

Stop what you're doing. Run to a basement. A shelter.

And if you can't make it inside...

Lie flat on the ground with your arms over your head.

That's life in Israel right now.

None of us would be willing to accept this.

None of us would have to.

Every country has a right to defend itself against terror.

But they keep telling Israel... "don't overreact!" "don't fire back!" "be careful!" "don't ramp things up!"

Let me get this straight...

If Mexico fired a missile into El Paso, you know what we would do?

If Japan fired a missile into Beijing, you know what China would do?

So why does Israel have to hold back?

Why does every country get to defend itself...

But not Israel?

Why could that be?

I think we know why.

A Jewish man was walking down the street in midtown Manhattan over the weekend.

He passed by a group of people protesting on the street.

They were holding up signs, criticizing Israel.

He was wearing a yarmulke.

So they called him a "dirty Jew."

We've seen this move before.

We've seen the terror before.

We've seen the sirens...and the bombs... and the threats.

We've even seen the insults.

"Dirty Jew."

Nothing original there.

So I think we know what's really going on here.

It has nothing to do with embargoes... or borders... or anything else that CAN be solved.

It's because Israel exists. And it's a Jewish state.

Let's be honest with ourselves.

There are some people who can't get past that.

The world's oldest hatred.


It's alive in our time. And it's not hiding.

It's right there in Gaza.

Gaza is the new Nuremberg.

The epicenter of Jew-hatred.

The birthplace of a million young haters.

And they all want the same thing.

Kill the Jews.

That's all they know.

All they ever will know.

In every generation that came before us,

They would beat up the Jews.

Harass the Jews.

Chase the Jews.

Kill the Jews.

Always the Jews.

And usually, they got away with it.

But not this time.

No more.

This time, we will stand with Israel.

We will stand for the truth.

We will stand for freedom.

We will stand for life.

And so I want to say something.

Something for those kids in the bomb shelters.

The kids who can't keep their sheets dry at night, they're so scared.

The kids who are just like my own kids.

They just want to play with their friends.

See them at school.

They don't want to hide in holes in the ground.

We are with you.

We will always be with you.

You have many, many friends here in America.

And this is a message for Israel's leaders.

We will not forget you, nor forsake you.

We are brothers.

The nation of Israel lives... forever.


The Egyptian peace proposal is reported to include an immediate lifting of the sea blockade on Gaza, the opening of all border crossings and a halt to Israeli attacks on terrorists planning operations against Israel.

If that is the case, then Israel, we should be extremely worried.

Egypt should henceforth be called the Muslim Brotherhood. 
The Egypt which we all have known in over the last 30 years or so died with the election of the Brotherhood. We all know who the Brotherhood is and what they want; and it isn't too dissimilar to what Hamas crave.

Think about it, the charter of Hamas calls for the destruction of the State of Israel. What is the only thing stopping them from doing that? Well it is the security fence and tight borders from Gaza into Israel. 
With the Muslim Brotherhood taking control of the peace talks you know that we’re going to get screwed one way or another. Let’s not forget our mullah friends in Persia who are even more hell-bent on driving us to the sea than Hamas.

If that wasn't bad enough, enter the United Nations, stage left. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, who is liaising with the Muslim Brotherhood to facilitate a ceasefire, this is the same Secretary General who has censured Israel more times for apparent Human Rights violations than I have had hot dinners. 
The same Sec-General who refuses to take prompt action with regard to Darfur or the current civil war in Syria but will slam Israel for killing a cat by accident in the West Bank.

The UN corruption and anti-Semitism has got worse under his watch – yet he has the audacity to dictate terms to Israel in this case.

So Israel is under pressure from all of the above –So the next question you will ask is who will support Israel if the going gets tough?

The usual answer would be America – but not now.

Obama, like with other crisis’s is leading from behind. The Muslim Brotherhood & United Nations are the ones leading the peace talk charge this time round and we all know it is a farce. So you would think that President Obama would know that and stop that.

GREAT NEWS: HILLARY CLINTON HAS ARRIVED IN THE MIDDLE EAST. That should mean that America will take control of the situation right?

Well....not exactly.                    
Clinton‘s schedule is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Wednesday, then she will meet with senior officials of the Palestinian government in the West Bank before heading to Cairo to meet with Egyptian leaders. 
What on earth do you reckon will come out of the Cairo meeting?

I would hope that Clinton exposes the Brotherhood for their blatant conflict of interest and tells them to step aside. I would also hope that she would tell Ban Ki Moon to leave it to her to deal with. 

What is the likelihood of that happening? Fat Chance

Clinton, like Obama, will cede to the United Nations (a-la the Law of Sea Treaty) and allow them to take control.  The U.N. will then follow the lead of the Brotherhood which is pushing for indefensible position of open borders. 

No one outside of Israel is willing to support a ground invasion into Gaza. That is code word for telling us that Israel DOES NOT have the right to do all that is necessary to protect its citizens.

What the above is telling Israel and the Jewish people is that ultimately we are on our own. Many people knew 
that already but the above just confirms it.

The road map for peace is quite simple and to do so I will quote former Prime Minister Golda Meir.

Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us.


Monday, 19 November 2012

The Democrat Party of JFK & Bill Clinton died in 2012

By pitting American against American; Obama created a niche for him to run his re-election campaign on. Yes it was calculating, daring and un-American but it worked and he won. Ultimately, he was hoping that there were more receivers than givers in the country in order to facilitate his agenda.

What does his re-election say about America? It says that the Democrat party of JFK and Bill Clinton died on the 6th November 2012.

Remember this JFK quote:
And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country. 

Obama doesn't believe that for one second. If so, his campaign would've been about jobs, entrepreneurship and getting the country working towards prosperity.

The Obama phone woman is THE case in point of the problem with America at the moment.

Ill educated and clueless about anything in the world and in my opinion MUST NOT be the future of America. The American people are smarter than that drivel. 
They are smarter than what Obama and his liberal friends want you to believe.

America doesn't have a tax problem, it has a spending problem.
It doesn't have military spending out of control; it has a group of people who believe that they are due something for nothing problem.

Ronald Reagan put it fittingly when he said:
We should measure welfare's success by how many people leave welfare, not by how many are added.

Hand on heart; you couldn't say that Obama really believes that.

Welfare spending has gone through the roof in America since 2001 and it doesn't look like it will be stopping anytime soon under this President. Yes, Bush was also a big spender and didn't do much to curb it, but Obama has made it much worse.

Where are the Democrats who complained of credit card spending in 2003; when you see Obama’s spending history as President?

Where are the folks in the Democratic Party who know that spending is out of control and that class warfare is not the answer?  

Where is that Senator from Illinois who said that raising the debt ceiling was a sign of failed leadership?

Where has fiscal sanity gone? Blame the Tea Party all you like, but they know that over spending and debt is the biggest threat this economy faces. Blaming problems on the 1% is a fallacy which will come out over time as the biggest load of bull. 

Look at the fiscal cliff nightmare; Obama will not budge in implementing proper spending cuts other than the military which is a tiny portion of the American federal expenditure. 

He isn't interested in getting people off the welfare rolls but rather preserving it for generations. Social Security is broke and Medicare is bleeding money and going bankrupt but Obama thinks it is better to tax the top 1% a little more and cut an already downsized military in an increasingly dangerous world.

The problem with welfare spending is that sooner rather than later, you will run out of someone else’s money.

     JFK asked what you can do for your country.

      Bill Clinton said that the era of big government was over.

Based on the above, it is hard to say that Obama is anywhere close to those two.  

Friday, 9 November 2012


The election is over. Obama won; America lost (in my opinion).

The Romney campaign was well drilled and exceeded expectations, but as a commentator put it America had a choice of free stuff or freedom; they stuff.

I will not go into specifics of this election because no one really cares but put it simply, the nation is divided down the middle. Obama got his people to the polls in their millions - Romney, amazingly fell short. The 'get out the vote drive' for Obama was similar to what Bush43 managed to do in '04. Certain people underestimated that, including me. 
I didn't think that a negative campaign, with no solutions to the dire state of the union with mass class warfare is what America wanted. It appears that the America that we all knew, is no longer.

This election was huge and has dire consequences.

·    ObamaCare is now law and will NEVER be repealed. It will never be replaced either. Can you imagine anyone repealing an entitlement? Look at how contentious the issues is of Social Security. The Supreme Court said it was constitutional as a tax increase so that means when it comes into force,the American people are facing the biggest tax increase in history and not just for the top 1%. 
    The Bush/Obama tax cuts: come the beginning of the year, every America, not just the top 1% will pay more. That includes Capital Gains by the way. Notice how Wall Street responded to the Obama win.Blip or the norm?

    The jobs market is a real concern; along with the debt and deficit makes things look dire.The Obama track record is shocking with consecutive $trillion + deficits and hyper regulation. 

Those are things to take home after Tuesday night.The choice was as clear as it has every been but America lost.

The American people may rue the day where they decided to toss logic and common-sense out for the sake of a sugar high. Those who have a "sugar high" will lose it very suddenly which can cause headaches when it is gone. The Obama supporters may feel those effects kicking in at the beginning of 2013.

Going forward - it is now clearer than ever that the GOP has a real Hispanic problem. Whether you think it is fair or not; the GOP have been terrible with the Hispanic vote since 2004.

Answer: Amnesty? Heck no.

What the GOP needs to do, is start a mass voter registration drive/outreach to Hispanic leaders and communities. They are conservative, religious and for the rule of the law. However they haven't been hearing the truth. Just like Obama was telling the people the "truth" about Romney and Bain, so to must we have some out their talking about why conservatism is essential. 
Having a Rubio or a Martinez on a ticket will help but it is much more important than that. 
We must say whilst we are against illegal immigration; we are not going to deport millions of people from their homes; nor are we are going round them up and throw them back over the border. We have to work on two essential issues:

  1.            Erect a security fence along the border of Mexico
  2.            Streamline legal immigration.

At the same time, we need to tell folks about what we have in common. We need to explain to them that whilst we are not going to round you up, we do need to have a fence for national security reason to save lives and improve your job. Lowering taxes and giving you more take home pay will also come from that policy. 
Right now the Hispanic communities haven’t heard from conservatives. They have only heard the talking points from Obama & Co. It is time to take the issue back. 

I sincerely believe that America is at heart a centre-right nation; we just need proper organisation on the ground to do that.
The GOP can learn from Rick Santorum during the Iowa Caucuses in 2008. He didn't have a prayer and was looking out of it on the day of election, but, he managed to pull it off and win. How? He spent months meeting people, meeting churches, small businesses and voters. Politics is local and Santorum mastered that. 
The Santorum idea is what has to happen with Hispanic Americans. The RNC and other leaders need to spend their time on proper outreach and eloquently explain conservatism and why it is important for them. Having that ground game will blunt the negative attacks from the DNC and their demagoguery come election time.

I am not angry at the result, I am optimistic. It will be hard but I believe that it will be Morning in America once again.