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  • Illegal Alien Busted for Voter Fraud in Nevada (Voted Not Once, but TWICE)

    04/20/2014 9:19:58 PM PDT · 23 of 35
    justiceseeker93 to montag813; SunkenCiv; cripplecreek; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Red Steel; David; Marcella; RitaOK; ...
    Illegal Alien Busted for Voter Fraud in Nevada (Voted Not Once, but TWICE)

    This goes on with thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants around the country.

    This one individual represents a drop of water in a vast ocean. The only thing newsworthy here is that this bitch was caught, and just by sheer luck. The vast majority of illegal immigrants who vote just do so with no consequences.

    There is only one (combined) solution: photo voter ID PLUS proof of voter citizenship - with birth certificate (US) or naturalization document) - at registration!

  • Poll: Should the U.S. keep Obamacare? (FREEP a NJ poll)

    04/20/2014 7:35:05 PM PDT · 55 of 56
    justiceseeker93 to Oldhunk; All
    When was the last time you heard Fox News or any other news organization refer to an online poll?

    Online polls are obviously about as flawed as a public opinion poll can possibly be because the participating subjects self-select themselves and can vote as many times as they with. So even the MSM shy away from reporting the results. These polls are only for venting in cyberspace, and should never claim to have any validity as a measure of true public opinion.

  • Poll: Should the U.S. keep Obamacare? (FREEP a NJ poll)

    04/20/2014 6:53:34 PM PDT · 51 of 56
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv; All
    So, 60 want it amended, 28 want it repealed, so, 88 percent of NJ want it changed or repealed, only 7 percent want it left the way it is.

    But that's not the way the lefty pollsters expressed the result! They emphasized the 60 percent that allegedly want to maintain and improve it, which is pretty much the position of 'Rats running in this year's congressional elections.

    So it looks to the low-info types that the 'Rats have a very popular campaign theme. Therefore, nothing bad about voting 'Rat again.

    That's exactly the psychology the lefty pollsters wish to trigger here.

  • Do the Fed’s Really Own the Land in Nevada? Nope!

    04/20/2014 6:35:58 PM PDT · 34 of 41
    justiceseeker93 to foundedonpurpose; All
    In return for the Statehood that was really against the law, the new state surrendered any right, title, or claim to the unappropriated public lands lying within Nevada. Moreover, this cannot be altered without the consent of the Feds.

    So if the feds retained all the lands in the state, how could a city like Las Vegas or Reno get built up and thrive the way they have? Surely a lot of free enterprise there that could mot thrive unless private interests were allowed to own and control the real estate.

  • Do the Fed’s Really Own the Land in Nevada? Nope!

    04/20/2014 6:23:27 PM PDT · 33 of 41
    justiceseeker93 to foundedonpurpose; All
    It was actually Frémont who was the first anti-slavery Republican nominee back in the 1940s.

    Fremont was the first Republican presidential nominee in 1856.

  • Poll: Should the U.S. keep Obamacare? (FREEP a NJ poll)

    04/20/2014 6:10:09 PM PDT · 48 of 56
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv; socialismisinsidious; GailA; Brad from Tennessee; Tennessee Nana; RitaOK; Ann Archy; ...
    But a Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll released earlier this month shows most New Jerseyans want to keep Obamacare.

    About 60 percent of those polled say they want the law improved, while 7 percent said the law is fine as is. But all of them — 67 percent — would oppose an effort to repeal it. That is 8 percent higher than the findings of a national poll by Kaiser Health last month.

    Only 28 percent of those polled in the New Jersey survey say they want the law repealed or replaced.

    Just goes to show that a leftist polling organization can manipulate the wording of questions, the sample of subjects asked the question, and/or the numbers they actually receive in order to make the published results come out in their favor!

  • Activists to UMich: Admit unqualified students, if they are black

    04/18/2014 10:41:48 AM PDT · 49 of 52
    justiceseeker93 to cripplecreek
    People need to make a special point of voting for conservatives in university administration.

    Folks in Michigan are rather fortunate to able to elect the regents of the various state universities, which I don't think many other states do. So yes, take advantage of that opportunity and elect more conservatives to university administration positions.

  • Activists to UMich: Admit unqualified students, if they are black

    04/18/2014 9:47:23 AM PDT · 47 of 52
    justiceseeker93 to cripplecreek; AJFavish; All
    The voters threw out affirmative action and the university flouted the law anyway.

    Yes, Mary Sue Coleman and cohorts should be held in contempt of the SCOTUS for failing to bring the admissions policy into compliance with the ruling in Gratz.

  • Activists to UMich: Admit unqualified students, if they are black

    04/18/2014 9:28:42 AM PDT · 45 of 52
    justiceseeker93 to 2ndDivisionVet; cripplecreek; SunkenCiv; Secret Agent Man; PGalt; jenk; Darren McCarty; ...
    Some in the media have attempted to draw a connection between Kimbrough and Jennifer Gratz, a white applicant who was denied admission to U-M in the 1990s, at a time when the university awarded bonus admissions points to minority applicants. After winning at the Supreme Court and leading a statewide ballot petition drive, Gratz succeeded in forcing the university to abandon its practice of considering applicants’ racial makeup.

    From my understanding, that is NOT true. As far as I know, the U of M (under the "leadership" of outgoing president Mary Sue Coleman) has not tweaked its undergrad admissions policy to bring it into conformity with the SCOTUS decision in Gratz v. Bollinger and Prop 2.

    BTW, Jennifer Gratz never entered the U of M, but went to college somewhere else. I'm pretty sure that this Kimbrough girl, instead of making a big stink about U of M's rejection, can get admitted to MSU, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, or Central Michigan.

  • Yes, IQ Really Matters

    04/18/2014 8:10:18 AM PDT · 73 of 78
    justiceseeker93 to central_va
    Didn't know that there were two different IQ scales, one using 15 and the other using 16 as the standard deviation. (The standard deviation used in the IQ scale was always 15, according to everything I've ever seen on the subject.)

    Also, I don't see the Bush and Gore data points below your chart. your chart.

  • Missouri Mayor Says He 'Kind Of Agreed' With Alleged Jewish Center Shooter

    04/16/2014 6:37:45 PM PDT · 27 of 31
    justiceseeker93 to darrellmaurina
    Thanks for the post. Since you are fairly close, perhaps you can check this Clevenger out and get back to us regarding his political affiliation, if any.

    I did notice in my almanac that his county (Lawrence) voted for Romney vs. Obama nearly three to one.

  • Missouri Mayor Says He 'Kind Of Agreed' With Alleged Jewish Center Shooter

    04/16/2014 3:58:41 PM PDT · 22 of 31
    justiceseeker93 to Oliviaforever; ncfool; darrellmaurina; Impy; InterceptPoint; randita; Political Junkie Too; ...
    Small town mayors are most always Democrats.

    I suppose it depends on where the town is located. In this case, Marionville is located in southwest Missouri, in the Ozarks. (Just looked it up.)

    Don't know what party - if any - this Clevenger affiliates with, and there is no mention of it in the article.

    Can a FReeper with local knowledge please help us out on this?

  • Sylvia Mathews Burwell, new Obamacare head, former Vince Foster trash picker (w/classic FR link!)

    04/15/2014 2:54:56 PM PDT · 25 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to Kenny Bunk; All
    53% of voters re-elected a pansy from Africa ... who is also an unbarred lawyer from Chicago ... as POTUS.

    The reported % for Obama was 51.06% in 2012. It was the first time ever that a president won a second term with fewer popular votes than in his first election. Considering all the fraud and cheating that went on, the real % for him was probably under 50%. In other words, there is a pretty high probability that Romney would be president today had the election been conducted honestly.

    But the breakdown in order and reason are important symptoms of the decadence you accurately describe. And a lot of that decadence is due to a decrease in the intelligence of the population as a whole, just as Murray and Herrnstein predicted in "The Bell Curve."

    But hell, intelligent people still know their American history and still know that Vincent Foster was murdered on July 20, 1993. Forgetting about it completely only serves the interests of those thugs who perpetrated the crime.

  • The Racist, Discriminating Democratic Party

    04/15/2014 10:58:20 AM PDT · 10 of 12
    justiceseeker93 to GOPJ; SJackson; Liz; LottieDah; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; RitaOK; Howie66; Texas Fossil; txhurl; ...
    Democrats changed victims from blacks to Tea Party members... using the same tactics they used years ago... lying - voter fraud - intimidation...

    The Democrat strategists seem to have a have more of an interest in internal Republican affairs these days than any major party has historically had in the other.

    "Tea Party" and "Tea Party Republicans" are the big epithets they throw around, even though the amorphous Tea Party doesn't run candidates under its banner nor even officially endorses candidates. What the big 'Rat fear is is that the Tea Party issues and agenda will eventually be reflected as the predominant view of the GOP as a whole, especially its candidates for President, Vice President, and both houses of Congress. When elections become clear-cut choices between Republicans who endorse the Tea Party values and Democrats who are boxed in by their leftist ideology and the current administration's failures, the GOP is most likely to prevail on a national scale.

    The 'Rats know that there are more voters out there, about twice as many, who consider themselves "conservative" as opposed to those who consider themselves "liberal". Hence their desire to support GOP establishment types when faced with intraparty GOP dissent from stronger conservatives by bashing "Tea Party" types. The farther the GOP veers from Tea Party principles in Washington, the better it is for the 'Rats electoral prospects nationally, and the 'Rats know it and bash the "Tea Party" and "Tea party Republicans" accordingly. And they're not afraid to play the race card or to use the IRS and other federal agencies in doing so.

  • Regaining Middle America - Republicans must stop putting moneyed interests ahead of the American...

    04/14/2014 9:15:33 PM PDT · 22 of 50
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv
    Please, "bourgeois"?!?

    Yes, I noticed the same thing there. That word smacks of Marx, Karl Marx!

  • Chilling 2010 Interview With Right-Wing Jewish Center Shooter

    04/14/2014 7:39:38 PM PDT · 22 of 38
    justiceseeker93 to Borges; BeadCounter; Siegfried X; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; LucyT; MarkL; dalight; ncfool; potlatch; ..
    The intuitive guess here is that putting this interview with the wacko Kansas shooter as a lead story on a site called "Americans Against the Tea Party" is an attempt to link him - at least in the minds of low-info airheads - with the Tea Party. In fact, despite the best efforts of the Left over a number of years to link the Tea Party to racism and anti-Semitism, no definitive connection has been found! It is well known that the Tea Party welcomes black and Jewish members.

    Note also the attempt to say in the posted article that the Kansas shooter was running for the US Senate from Missouri as a Republican. On the interview with Alan Colmes, Colmes specifically states that his guest was running at the time as a write-in candidate. So chalk up a lie on the part of the article's leftist writer, a lie intended to smear the GOP -- in sync one of the main purposes of the web site.

  • The ugly story behind the persecution of Catherine Engelbrecht

    04/14/2014 6:06:53 PM PDT · 21 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to RginTN
    Engelbrecht should sue Cummings. Its clear from the emails he colluded with the IRS to suppress her Constitutional rights.

    I agree with you theoretically 100%. But getting federal judges on the case who are sympathetic to the plaintiff's position might be problematic in the Age of Obama.

  • The ugly story behind the persecution of Catherine Engelbrecht

    04/14/2014 6:00:32 PM PDT · 20 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to Lumper20
    Cummings is probably wired straight to Holder and the wannabe Iranian in the White House.

    I'd be almost certain that all three (and more) were in contact with each other during the harassment and persecution of Ms. Engelbrecht and "True the Vote."

  • Sylvia Mathews Burwell, new Obamacare head, former Vince Foster trash picker (w/classic FR link!)

    04/14/2014 5:50:14 PM PDT · 22 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to kcvl
    Or that they knew he was suicidal for months and kept pressuring him to handle all their illegal deals.

    Absolutely no credible evidence to suggest VWF was "suicidal" at all. No risk factors at all present. All you have is a phony "suicide note" in someone else's handwriting found about a week after the event. And an armchair psychiatric evaluation written after the event by none other than Sid ("Sid Vicious") Blumenthal.

    The entire notion of Foster's "depression" was concocted by the White House and sold to the MSM as a major part of the cover-up.

  • Sylvia Mathews Burwell, new Obamacare head, former Vince Foster trash picker (w/classic FR link!)

    04/14/2014 5:41:18 PM PDT · 21 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to kcvl; All
    It was suicide. They just covered up where he committed it.

    Couldn't disagree more. Just for starters, what would be the motivation to cover up a suicide? Suicide is NOT a crime. Moving a decedent's body to a remote public location to hide it IS a crime. So why commit a crime to cover up a non-crime? And where do you propose that the "suicide" occurred?

  • Sylvia Mathews Burwell, new Obamacare head, former Vince Foster trash picker (w/classic FR link!)

    04/14/2014 2:22:58 PM PDT · 16 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to smoothsailing; All
    The contents of that bag were never examined by anyone to see if Mr. Foster had left anything in it that might shed light on his state of mind.

    "State of mind"? That would only come into play if it were a suicide. But all of the real evidence points to homicide!

  • Sylvia Mathews Burwell, new Obamacare head, former Vince Foster trash picker (w/classic FR link!)

    04/14/2014 2:17:57 PM PDT · 14 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to tanknetter; All
    The Foster thing is pretty much ancient history. Sorry, it is.

    Just remember: there's no statute of limitations on murder. 'Nuff said!

  • Sylvia Mathews Burwell, new Obamacare head, former Vince Foster trash picker (w/classic FR link!)

    04/14/2014 2:14:10 PM PDT · 13 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to smoothsailing; Yaelle; exit82; Fedora; Cicero; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Liz; sheik yerbouty; kcvl; ...
    For those interested, the complete transcript of the Sylvia Mathews' Senate committee testimony can most likely be found in the "Green Books", the two volume set of documents ("document dump") released to the public by the Senate "Whitewater" Committee (actually the Senate Banking Committee at the time chaired by Sen. Al D'Amato) after their investigation had concluded.

    I don't recall her name being mentioned in regard to the Vince Foster case back then, and I would think that she was serving as a lackey for HRC, who directed the initial Foster office clean up from afar in Arkansas.

    Good find!

  • The ugly story behind the persecution of Catherine Engelbrecht

    04/14/2014 11:44:04 AM PDT · 15 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to Starman417; YourAdHere; CivilWarBrewing; E. Pluribus Unum; randita; Political Junkie Too; ml/nj; ...
    This persecution of Catherine Engelbrecht and "True the Vote" by Obama's IRS and congressional 'Rats offers very convincing evidence that cheating and fraud in the electoral process are an important part of Democrat campaign strategy (and have been for years). Needless to say, the 'rats are scared like hell about the potential "damage" groups like "True the Vote" can do their prospects at the polls.

    Yet the 'Rats still lie blatantly by claiming that election fraud is no problem. Furthermore, their MSM lackeys repeat that mantra and brainwash their audiences into thinking that there is hardly any problem with the integrity of the American election system, then build on that lie by contending that reasonable attempts to clean up the election process (such as the popular photo voter ID requirement) are "racist."

  • DCCC Chair Steve Israel: Not All, but Most Republicans Are Racists

    04/14/2014 10:50:12 AM PDT · 28 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to GOPJ; exit82; ml/nj; Eleutheria5; sheik yerbouty; Mr. Mojo; ExTexasRedhead; Zionist Conspirator; ...

    With Passover and its story of the Exodus of the people of Israel from Egypt beginning tonight, I suggest that Steve ISRAEL is an inappropriate name for a man who wants to keep slaves under his and his buddies’ control. Steve Pharaoh or Steve Legree are two names that would better fit him. Anyone have other suggestions?

  • Massive Voter Fraud Tainted ’12 Election

    04/11/2014 12:58:00 PM PDT · 32 of 44
    justiceseeker93 to kingattax; lowbridge; txrefugee; devolve; SharpRightTurn; precisionshootist; andyk; narses; ...
    Aside from Dickie Morris feigning to be inconclusive about which side pulled off the lion's share of the fraud in the 2012 election, the problem with voters voting in more than one state - which is the crux of his article - represents only a small fraction of the fraud and cheating that was going on. It's one thing to talk about voters voting twice, as Dickie does here, but there are many more who voted way more than twice, mostly in the SAME state, particularly battleground states.

    Let's face it: a great abettor of multiple voting fraud, whether in different states or in the same state, is early voting, which became popular in many states during the Clinton years. Let's get rid of it wherever it exists! (Of course, this should in no way interfere with advocating for other much-needed anti-fraud measures such as photo voter ID.) Integrity of the election process should always be a more important goal for state elections officials than convenience.

    Morris is a pretty good statistician and frequently did and does his own polling, including during the 2012 presidential race. On the basis of his polling and that of others, he publicly predicted a comfortable Romney win. Morris intuitively knows that the main reason for the wide divergence between his prognostications and the reported results was fraud and cheating - which you can't pick-up even in the best designed polls. Hopefully, some day he'll get the courage to get into the real truth of the matter, but he doesn't do a very good job here.

  • Seventh-Grade Girls Hospitalized After Drinking Booze in Class, DOE Says

    04/09/2014 2:54:39 PM PDT · 8 of 20
    justiceseeker93 to Steely Tom; nickcarraway; grania; ml/nj; LottieDah; Liz; Free ThinkerNY; StatenIsland; SunkenCiv; ..
    Staten Island.

    Yes, more specifically, North Shore of Staten Island. The educated guess here would be that the kids involved were all or predominantly black, as is the particular neighborhood. Can't see how a teacher wouldn't notice the girls passing around the bottle and can and drinking from it but maybe teachers stopping that kind of stuff is considered politically incorrect these days, especially with DiBlasio's DOE in control of the school system.

  • Israel 'gave US the finger' in peace talks, MK says

    04/09/2014 9:36:35 AM PDT · 15 of 16
    justiceseeker93 to Nachum; ari-freedom; Yehuda; jjotto; Netz; Inyokern; Sarah; Sarah Barracuda; Shellybenoit; ...
    From Wikipedia:

    Meretz defines itself as a Zionist, left-wing, social-democratic party.[citation needed] The party is a member of the Socialist International and an observer member of the Party of European Socialists. It sees itself as the political representative of the Israeli Peace movement in the Knesset – as well as municipal councils and other local political bodies.

    In the international media it has been described as left-wing, social-democratic, dovish, secular, civil libertarian, and anti-occupation.

    An unattractive party with a suicidal ideology for Israel, led by an unattractive lady! Not surprising that when she comes to DC to drum up support for her pernicious organization, she speaks to her pals at J Street, the Arab-loving anti-Israel bunch founded and run by Obama operatives.

    Fortunately, Meretz has only six seats in the Knesset.

  • Republicans plan to tie Dem challenger Recchia to Mayor de Blasio in bid to keep S.I. seat(edit)

    04/09/2014 7:30:45 AM PDT · 4 of 6
    justiceseeker93 to SMGFan; StatenIsland; LottieDah; Free ThinkerNY; OddLane; randita; GOPJ; Impy; InterceptPoint; ...

    If I had to make an educated guess, based on the current political climate and local election history, this congressional seat is looking pretty safe now for the GOP.

  • Louisiana Congressman Admits Kissing Staffer in Video

    04/07/2014 8:36:10 PM PDT · 61 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to PapaBear3625; All
    Agree that RINOs are less likely to be targeted by the MSM than conservative Republicans, but they are still more likely to be bashed than 'Rats. RINO case in point: Chris Christie and the bridge traffic tie-up. The MSM still hasn't let go.

    Disclaimer: I'm no Christie fan, just telling it like it is.

  • New Yorker Cover Features Dr. Obama Giving Medicine to 'Petulant Children' Cruz, Boehner, McConnell

    04/07/2014 8:29:24 PM PDT · 40 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to Iron Munro

    Please see my post # 35.

  • Democrats blast Breitbart Nancy Pelosi posters

    04/07/2014 2:47:39 PM PDT · 48 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Sub-Driver; Yaelle; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; SunkenCiv; Clintonfatigued; randita; jazusamo; ...
    I'm sure you won't see any crocodile tears from these same 'Rats about the new New Yorker cover released today with a cartoon depicting "Dr. Obama" spoon-feeding medicine to petulant "children" Boehner, McConnell, Bachmann, and Cruz. (Apparently, the purpose of the lefty magazine's cover is to pump up lagging support for Obamacare.) Needless to say, those Republicans in the cartoon are not shown in flattering way.

    Obvious hypocrisy from the 'Rats once more!

  • New Yorker Cover Features Dr. Obama Giving Medicine to 'Petulant Children' Cruz, Boehner, McConnell

    04/07/2014 2:01:18 PM PDT · 35 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to Vaquero; All
    Look at the date of that anti-Obama cover. It was right before the ‘Rat convention in ‘08. They were still doing HRC’s bidding, thinking and hoping the nomination might still go to her. That explains the “accuracy” of of it!
  • New Yorker Cover Features Dr. Obama Giving Medicine to 'Petulant Children' Cruz, Boehner, McConnell

    04/07/2014 1:52:15 PM PDT · 33 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to Cyber Liberty; All
    I was going to say this is an insult to their readers, then I remembered this is the New Yorker, and it’s not possible to insult the intelligence of New Yorkers because they don’t have any.

    Despite its title, The New Yorker has long been intended as a national magazine. Its target readership seems to be pseudosophisticated leftist snobs all around the country, the movers and shakers of the 'Rat Party.

  • New Yorker Cover Features Dr. Obama Giving Medicine to 'Petulant Children' Cruz, Boehner, McConnell

    04/07/2014 1:34:53 PM PDT · 25 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to Pollster1

    Your post would be funny if it weren’t such a serious subject!

  • New Yorker Cover Features Dr. Obama Giving Medicine to 'Petulant Children' Cruz, Boehner, McConnell

    04/07/2014 1:33:38 PM PDT · 24 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to mandaladon; SeekAndFind; Impy; InterceptPoint; no dems; Iron Munro; Paladin2; Georgia Girl 2; ...
    Given the New Yorker's past history of attempting to cover up Democrat malfeasance by treating Dem opponents and whistleblowers to vicious prose and silly, ugly cartoon caricatures, this new cover hardly comes as a surprise. Recall, for one example, their introductory profile of Linda Tripp when the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal first broke.

    All very typical of the "journalism" of the New Yorker and its owner, the Newhouse organization.

  • For Dems, a problem with seniors

    04/06/2014 6:49:36 PM PDT · 28 of 42
    justiceseeker93 to TigersEye
    ...even though 0bamaCare has nothing to do with anyone on Medicare.

    From what I've seen and read, built into the ACA is a reduction in spending for Medicare! And then, too, you have death panels in the ACA which apply disproportionally to Medicare patients.

  • For Dems, a problem with seniors

    04/06/2014 6:42:12 PM PDT · 27 of 42
    justiceseeker93 to Tennessee Nana
    If Madeline Dunham the old Granny was still alive she would slap naughty little Barry silly.

    Oh, no, that would be racist!!!

  • For Dems, a problem with seniors

    04/06/2014 6:37:43 PM PDT · 25 of 42
    justiceseeker93 to zeestephen; All
    If the Democrats can figure out how to get their non-white voting base to the polls in 2014, Republicans will not win the Senate, and they will lose a couple seats in the House.

    Obviously, without Zero on the ballot, they will be less motivated. Of course there are bribes that can be handed out or threats made. And if all else fails, there's always someone else there to "vote" for the no-shows. In fact, they could just as easily put in a big "0" for the GOP vote total in some precincts, as they did in Philadelphia and Cleveland in 2012.

    Every time you see MSM stories about a massive "Non-white voting base" enthusiastically rushing to the polls, think fraud and cheating.

  • For Dems, a problem with seniors

    04/06/2014 6:26:33 PM PDT · 21 of 42
    justiceseeker93 to Libloather; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; MeshugeMikey; sheik yerbouty; nikos1121; Ravi; cajungirl; ...
    “Democrats are committed to making sure that our health care system works, and we will work to improve the Affordable Care Act — not repealing it and taking us back to the days when insurance companies had free rein to raise rates and deny coverage,” said Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee spokesman Josh Schwerin. “Republicans’ repeal would end the Medicare guarantee and raise costs on seniors’ prescription drugs by $1,200 a person — immediately.

    What kind of gobbledygook is this? What is the "Medicare guarantee" embodied in Obamacare? And how would repealing Obamacare "raise costs on seniors' prescription drugs by $1,200 a person - immediately"?

    This seems to be a continuation of the barrage of big lies that have been spewed by Washington 'Rats about Obamacare since it was first unveiled to a public that was not too enthusiastic about it from the get-go.

    And don't expect this reporterette from "The Hill" to question this Josh Schwerin about his nonsensical statements.

  • For Dems, a problem with seniors

    04/06/2014 5:33:12 PM PDT · 13 of 42
    justiceseeker93 to Libloather; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; theothercheek; smoothsailing; Just A Nobody; Impy; ...
    For Dems, a problem with seniors.

    What??? If Franklin D. Roosevelt saw this story, he'd be rolling over in his grave! It was he who once confided that (the then brand new) "Social Security" program will have the elderly voting Democratic forever.

  • Dems’ Voter-Fraud Denial - How do you address a problem they insist doesn’t exist?

    04/06/2014 4:41:31 PM PDT · 36 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to tet68; MHGinTN; Liz; no dems; All
    Let the democrats LOSE an election through “voter fraud” and listen to them scream FOR voter ID.

    There have been very few instances of that, none that I know of in presidential or congressional elections.

    There are several reasons why election fraud is lot more common among Democrats than among Republicans:

    (1) As a whole (but with many individual exceptions), Republicans have a generally higher standard of morality (which isn't exactly saying much).

    (2) Democrats, in general, deal with more ignorant and more corruptible voting constituencies in densely populated areas.

    Democrats tend to have more of an incentive to commit fraud, because they rely on elections for secure jobs in government bureaucracies generally more so than Republicans, who generally find it easier to get work outside of government if they should lose elections.

  • Dems’ Voter-Fraud Denial - How do you address a problem they insist doesn’t exist?

    04/06/2014 3:23:46 PM PDT · 33 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to MHGinTN
    The cheating, treacherous, treasonous rats will not stand for those changes!

    If their pernicious political power is limited, it won't make a difference. Those changes (which in most instances are nothing more than returning to a former election procedure which has become too corrupted in recent years) can be enacted and I would think the majority of the citizenry in most states would support all or most of them.

  • Dems’ Voter-Fraud Denial - How do you address a problem they insist doesn’t exist?

    04/06/2014 3:18:04 PM PDT · 31 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; All
    healthcare.gov is also a voter registration site: Unsuspecting enrollees are being plugged into Democrat voter rolls.

    Yes, that story has made the rounds. I believe that several people who complained about receiving voter registration materials marked with an "x" next to Democrat expressed fear of repercussions if their names were released. How ugly things have gotten!

  • Dems’ Voter-Fraud Denial - How do you address a problem they insist doesn’t exist?

    04/06/2014 3:12:59 PM PDT · 30 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to neverdem; no dems; a fool in paradise; cripplecreek; ridesthemiles; dowcaet; Safetgiver; ...
    John Fund, author of the posted article, is co-author (with Hans Van Spakovsky a former Justice Dept. attorney now at the Heritage Foundation) of "Who's Counting?" It reviews a sampling of election procedure violation cases around the US in the last 20 years or so from a mainly legal perspective, but it hardly scratches the surface of the extent of the problem. Most of these cases deal with local officials rigging local and county elections. Unfortunately, these sinister methods and others have been applied on a grander scale by 'Rats in presidential and congressional elections as well, and could have tipped the last presidential election to Obama.

    Voter photo ID requirements, the most commonly proposed antidote to election fraud and cheating, will not by itself cure the problem. Other steps toward a cleaner election system would include (1) a requirement of documentation of American citizenship at the time of initial voter registration, (2) more frequent updating of voter registration rolls to eliminate deceased voters and those who have moved out of the precinct, (3) repeal of Motor Voter and prohibiting government agencies other than election boards from issuing voter registration materials, (4) elimination of routine early voting (which affords more opportunities for fraudsters to play their trade), (5) tougher requirements for absentee voting, (6) elimination of same-day registration and required mail-in voting in the states that have foolishly adopted those practices.

  • HHS “Started” Individual Obamacare Applications Prior To Deadline,Obtained Personal Info From States

    04/05/2014 2:47:22 PM PDT · 28 of 32
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; All
    Those laws you cited against falsifying government documents may be on the books, but it goes without saying that they generally don't apply to government officials, especially when Obama is president and Holder is AG.
  • HHS “Started” Individual Obamacare Applications Prior To Deadline,Obtained Personal Info From States

    04/05/2014 2:41:28 PM PDT · 27 of 32
    justiceseeker93 to M. Thatcher; socialismisinsidious; dfwgator; doug from upland; Red Steel; AJFavish; ...
    The HHS letter stated that the information they used to begin the application for individual Healthcare was obtain [sic] by the state agency in charge of implementing Obamacare.

    Does anyone know (1) which states participated in this giving of information to HHS, and (2) how these state agencies would possibly know which of their citizens would want or need a new Obamacare-compliant policy, without violating that individual's privacy?

    Just hoping that a copy of this particular HHS letter will be available to the general public, so that more people can see how radical this administration is.

    The next step for the individual would be visit Healthcare.gov and complete the already started application to see if they qualify for “Marketplace coverage.”

    Now suppose the individual is not computer literate? How would he/she be able to visit Healthcare.gov?

    And what is the individual threatened with if he/she does NOT visit the site to complete his/her application?

    Furthermore, determining whether an individual "qualifies for Marketplace Coverage" sounds like a backdoor way of putting people who otherwise wouldn't be interested on MEDICAID (if they don't qualify).

  • Sports radio hosts blast player for taking paternity leave rather than playing baseball

    04/04/2014 6:34:15 PM PDT · 74 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to Ransomed; All
    It’s a 162 game season. Much less of a big deal to miss a small amount of playing time.

    Many a championship in baseball has been won or lost by a margin of only ONE game. Every game counts when the records are added up at the end of the year.

  • Sports radio hosts blast player for taking paternity leave rather than playing baseball

    04/04/2014 4:36:02 PM PDT · 62 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to wintertime; All
    I think the wife should have encouraged her husband to honor his duty to the other men on the team and sought support from a trusted female member of her family or a good friend.

    What you recommend is simple logic. That's the way most women wouild be thinking not that long ago. But of course, the left is constantly into various forms of social engineering, and "paternity leave" is one of those.

  • Sports radio hosts blast player for taking paternity leave rather than playing baseball

    04/04/2014 4:31:54 PM PDT · 61 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to dfwgator
    We’re not talking about a baby born out of wedlock here, this is a husband and a wife.

    FWIW, there have been a number of "Major League Baseball" "paternity leave" situations involving unmarried players. The union contract does not "discriminate" against them, of course, because it would be politically incorrect if that were the case.

    I thought we were all pro-family here.

    I fail to see anything against pro-family values in the consideration that the married player figure out how to have the birth in the off-season, or, if the birth occurs in the in-season, he keeps up with his wife's and the baby's progress by telephone or Internet until an off-day from baseball allows him to see the wife and baby in person.

    You might say that baseball (and some other sports to a lesser extent) is structurally anti-family because of all the travel and time away from wife and children that a player must endure. I don't see anything magic that can correct that without compromising the game as it is played. But players should be well aware of that when they choose pro sports as a career.