Liberals….Please read this if you love this country. We are at a tipping point!!!

Meet Laura Hollis – Prof of Law Notre Dame
December 10, 2012 at 11:40 pm
Laura Hollis
November 8, 2012
Laura Hollis is: Current: Associate Professional Specialist and Concurrent Associate
Professor of Law at University of Notre Dame.
Past: Director at GigotCenter for Entrepreneurial Studies, Associate Director and Clinical Professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Education: University of NotreDameLawSchool,
University of Notre Dame.
Summary: She has 20+ years’ experience in curriculum and other program development and delivery.
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I am already reading so many pundits and other talking heads analyzing the disaster that was this year’s elections. I am adding my own ten cents. Here goes:
1. We are outnumbered
We accurately foresaw the enthusiasm, the passion, the commitment, the determination, and the turnout. Married women, men, independents, Catholics, evangelicals – they all went for Romney in percentages as high or higher than the groups which voted for McCain in 2008. It wasn’t enough. What we saw in the election on Tuesday was a tipping point: we are now at a place where there are legitimately fewer Americans who desire a free republic with a free people than there are those who think the government should give them stuff. There are fewer of us who believe in the value of free exchange and free enterprise. There are fewer of us who do not wish to demonize successful people in order to justify taking from them. We are outnumbered.
For the moment. It’s just that simple.
2. It wasn’t the candidate(s) Some are already saying, “Romney was the wrong guy”; “He should have picked Marco Rubio to get Florida/Rob Portman to get Ohio/Chris Christie to get [someplace else].” With all due respect, these assessments are incorrect.
Romney ran a strategic and well-organized campaign. Yes, he could have hit harder on Benghazi. But for those who would have loved that, there are those who would have found it distasteful. No matter what tactic you could point to that Romney could have done better, it would have been spun in a way that was detrimental to his chances. Romney would have been an excellent president, and Ryan was an inspired choice. No matter who we ran this year, they would have lost. See #1, above.
3. It’s the culture, stupid!
We have been trying to fight this battle every four years at the voting booth. It is long past time we admit that is not where the battle really is. We abdicated control of the culture – starting back in the 1960s. And now our largest primary social institutions – education, the media, Hollywood (entertainment) have become really nothing more than an assembly line for cranking out reliable little Leftists. Furthermore, we have allowed the government to undermine the institutions that instill good character – marriage, the family, communities, schools, our churches. So, here we are, at least two full generations later – we are reaping what we have sown. It took nearly fifty years to get here; it will take another fifty years to get back. But it starts with the determination to reclaim education, the media, and the entertainment business. If we fail to do that, we can kiss every election goodbye from here on out. And much more.
4. America has become a nation of adolescents The real loser in this election was adulthood: Maturity. Responsibility. The understanding that liberty must be accompanied by self-restraint. Obama is a spoiled child, and the behavior and language of his followers and their advertisements throughout the campaign makes it clear how many of them are, as well. Romney is a grown-up. Romney should have won. Those of us who expected him to win assumed that voters would act like grownups. Because if we were a nation of grownups, he would have won. But what did win? Sex. Drugs. Bad language. Bad manners. Vulgarity. Lies. Cheating. Name-calling. Finger-pointing. Blaming. And irresponsible spending. This does not bode well. People grow up one of two ways: either they choose to, or circumstances force them to. The warnings are all there, whether it is the looming economic disaster, or the inability of the government to respond to crises like Hurricane Sandy, or the growing strength and brazenness of our enemies. American voters stick their fingers in their ears and say, “Lalalalalala, I can’t hear you.” It is unpleasant to think about the circumstances it will take to force Americans to grow up. It is even more unpleasant to think about Obama at the helm when those circumstances arrive.
5. Yes, there is apparently a Vagina Vote
It’s the subject matter of another column in its entirety to point out, one by one, all of the inconsistencies and hypocrisies of the Democrats this year. Suffice it to say that the only “war on women” was the one waged by the Obama campaign, which sexualized and objectified women, featuring them dressed up like vulvas at the Democrat National Convention, appealing to their “lady parts,” comparing voting to losing your virginity with Obama, trumpeting the thrills of destroying our children in the womb (and using our daughters in commercials to do so), and making Catholics pay for their birth control. For a significant number of women, this was appealing. It might call into question the wisdom of the Nineteenth Amendment, but for the fact that large numbers of women (largely married) used their “lady smarts” instead. Either way, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton are rolling over in their graves.
6. It’s not about giving up on “social issues”
No Republican candidate should participate in a debate or go out on the stump without thorough debate prep and a complete set of talking points that they stick to. This should start with a good grounding in biology and a reluctance to purport to know the will of God. (Thank you, Todd and Richard.) That said, we do not hold the values we do because they garner votes. We hold the values we do because we believe that they are time-tested principles without which a civilized, free and prosperous society is not possible. We defend the unborn because we understand that a society which views some lives as expendable is capable of viewing all lives as expendable. We defend family – mothers, fathers, marriage, children – because history makes it quite clear that societies without intact families quickly descend into anarchy and barbarism, and we have plenty of proof of that in our inner cities where marriage is infrequent and unwed motherhood approaches 80 percent. When Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973, many thought that the abortion cause was lost. Forty years later, ultrasound technology has demonstrated the inevitable connection between science and morality. More Americans than ever define themselves as “pro-life.” What is tragic is that tens of millions of children have lost their lives while Americans figure out what should have been obvious before. There is no “giving up” on social issues. There is only the realization that we have to fight the battle on other fronts. The truth will win out in the end.
7. Obama does not have a mandate. And he does not need one. I have to laugh – bitterly – when I read conservative pundits trying to assure us that Obama “has to know” that he does not have a mandate, and so he will have to govern from the middle. I don’t know what they’re smoking. Obama does not care that he does not have a mandate. He does not view himself as being elected (much less re-elected) to represent individuals. He views himself as having been re-elected to complete the “fundamental transformation” of America, the basic structure of which he despises. Expect much more of the same – largely the complete disregard of the will of half the American public, his willingness to rule by executive order, and the utter inability of another divided Congress to rein him in. Stanley Kurtz has it all laid out here.
8. The Corrupt Media is the enemy Too strong? I don’t think so. I have been watching the media try to throw elections since at least the early 1990s. In 2008 and again this year, we saw the media cravenly cover up for the incompetence and deceit of this President, while demonizing a good, honorable and decent man with lies and smears. This is on top of the daily barrage of insults that conservatives (and by that I mean the electorate, not the politicians) must endure at the hands of this arrogant bunch of elitist snobs. Bias is one thing. What we observed with Benghazi was professional malpractice and fraud. They need to go. Republicans, Libertarians and other conservatives need to be prepared to play hardball with the Pravda press from here on out. And while we are at it, to defend those journalists of whatever political stripe (Jake Tapper, Sharyl Atkisson, EliLake) who actually do their jobs. As well as Fox News and talk radio. Because you can fully expect a re-elected Obama to try to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine in term 2.
9. Small business and entrepreneurs will be hurt the worst For all the blather about “Wall Street versus Main Street,” Obama’s statist agenda will unquestionably benefit the biggest corporations which – as with the public sector unions – are in the best position to make campaign donations, hire lobbyists, and get special exemptions carved out from Obama’s health care laws, his environmental regulations, his labor laws. It will be the small business, the entrepreneur, and the first-time innovators who will be crushed by their inability to compete on a level playing field. 10. America is more polarized than ever; and this time it’s personal I’ve been following politics for a long time, and it feels different this time. Not just for me. I’ve received messages from other conservatives who are saying the same thing: there is little to no tolerance left out there for those who are bringing this country to its knees – even when they have been our friends. It isn’t just about “my guy” versus “your guy.” It is my view of America versus your view of America – a crippled, hemorrhaging, debt-laden, weakened and dependent America that I want no part of and resent being foisted on me. I no longer have any patience for stupidity, blindness, or vulgarity, so with each dumb “tweet” or FB post by one of my happily lefty comrades, another one bites the dust, for me. Delete. What does this portend for a divided Congress? I expect that Republicans will be demoralized and chastened for a short time. But I see them in a bad position. Americans in general want Congress to work together. But many do not want Obama’s policies, and so Republicans who support them will be toast. Good luck, guys.
11. It’s possible that America just has to hit rock bottom I truly believe that most Americans who voted for Obama have no idea what they are in for. Most simply believe him when he says that all he really wants is for the rich to pay “a little bit more.” So reasonable! Who could argue with that except a greedy racist?
America is on a horrific bender. Has been for some time now. The warning signs of our fiscal profligacy and culture of lack of personal responsibility are everywhere – too many to mention. We need only look at other countries which have gone the route we are walking now to see what is in store.
For the past four years – but certainly within the past campaign season – we have tried to warn Americans. Too many refuse to listen, even when all of the events that have transpired during Obama’s presidency – unemployment, economic stagnation, skyrocketing prices, the depression of the dollar, the collapse of foreign policy, Benghazi, hopelessly inept responses to natural disasters – can be tied directly to Obama’s statist philosophies, and his decisions. What that means, I fear, is that they will not see what is coming until the whole thing collapses. That is what makes me so sad today. I see the country I love headed toward its own “rock bottom,” and I cannot seem to reach those who are taking it there.
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In MHO, if we cannot regain control of those critical institutions (“that instill good character – marriage, the family, communities, schools, our churches”), that Ms. Hollis enumerated, and rekindle the rational, sane and conservative values they once represented,…..WE ARE DOOMED TO CONTINUE THIS SLIDE INTO A LEFTIST, PROGRESSIVE, LIBERAL LED DECAY and ULTIMATE COLLAPSE.
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THE FENCE TEST, THINK ABOUT THIS, IT IS TRUE.

You can’t get any more accurate than this!
This is straight forward country thinking…by Jeff Foxworthy

Which side of the fence?
If you ever wondered which side of the fence you sit on, this is a great test!

If a Republican doesn’t like guns, he doesn’t buy one.
If a Democrat doesn’t like guns, he wants all guns outlawed.

If a Republican is a vegetarian, he doesn’t eat meat.
If a Democrat is a vegetarian, he wants all meat products banned for everyone.

If a Republican is homosexual, he quietly leads his life.
If a Democrat is homosexual, he demands legislated respect.

If a Republican is down-and-out, he thinks about how to better his situation.
A Democrat wonders who is going to take care of him.

If a Republican doesn’t like a talk show host, he switches channels..
Democrats demand that those they don’t like be shut down.

If a Republican is a non-believer, he doesn’t go to church.
A Democrat non-believer wants any mention of God and religion silenced.

If a Republican decides he needs health care, he goes about shopping for it, or may choose a job that provides it.
A Democrat demands that the rest of us pay for his.

If a Republican reads this, he’ll forward it so his friends can have a good laugh.
A Democrat will delete it because he’s “offended”.

Should the US pull out of Chicago?

LET’S DO IT

We pulled out of Iraq and are pulling out of Afghanistan, should we pull out of Chicago too?

Body count: In the last six months 292 killed (murdered) in Chicago compared to 221 killed in Iraq, and Chicago has one of the strictest gun laws in the entire US.
President: Barack Hussein Obama Senator: Dick Durbin House of Representative: Jesse Jackson Jr.
Governor: Pat Quinn House Leader: Mike Madigan Atty. Gen.: Lisa Madigan (daughter of Mike) Mayor: Rahm Emanuel The leadership in Illinois – all Democrats.
Of course, they’re all blaming each other. Can’t blame Republicans; there aren’t any!

Chicago school system rated one of the worst in the country.
Can’t blame Republicans; there aren’t any!

State pension fund $78 Billion in debt, worst in country.
Can’t blame Republicans; there aren’t any!

Cook County (Chicago) sales tax 10.25% highest in country.
Can’t blame Republicans; there aren’t any!

This is the political culture that Obama comes from in Illinois .
And he is going to “fix” Washington politics for us???

George Ryan is no longer governor, he is in the big house.
Of course he was replaced by Rob Blagojevich who is…that’s right, also in the big house. And Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. resigned a couple of weeks ago. That’s because he is fighting being sent to…right again, the big house!

The Land of Lincoln, where governors make our license plates!!!!

Leadership???

Well, I guess it’s time to stop licking my wounds and get back to exposing liberalism for what it is…ruling by cowardice. Let’s take the sequester as an example. The Republicans offered to let BHO make the cuts necessary to meet budgetary guidelines. Guess what…he turned it down and you want to know why? Yep you guessed it….the liberals want to blame the Republicans for airport slowdowns, or White House tour cancellations and all the other inconveniences it might cause. Our Commander in Chief doesn’t want to take responsibility to govern….he’d rather blame the Republicans. Do you think Romney whould shirk this responsibility? Of course not…buy remember BHO is not a leader..he’s a campaigner.

It’s over!!!

Well, the American people have had enough of BHO and the poll numbers are reflecting it. As I watch the Liberals talking heads, you can see it in their cadence…they are very depressed and you can see the spark has gone out of them. They can try to spin the poll numbers anyway you want, but it’s obvious that Romney is surging and Obama history.

our busy President

A US official was killed and another wounded on Tuesday as an armed mob protesting over a film they said offended Islam attacked the US consulate in Benghazi, an official told AFP.Libya’s deputy interior minister Wanis al-Sharef said: “One American official was killed and another injured in the hand. The other staff members were evacuated and are safe and sound.”He could not say if the dead man was a diplomat.It is so far the only death from mob attacks in Libya and Egypt over Islamist anger at an alleged film in production by Coptic Christians focusing on Islam. The United States spent 9/11 apologizing for hurting Islamists’ feelings in Egypt which incited protesters to desecrate our flag and storm the walls of the U.S. embassy. Afterwards, President Obama rejected a meeting with Binyamin Netanyahu, saying that his schedule was full, the same day he announced another appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman.”

Divorce

Since we are not going to get gasoline back to $1.50 per gallon and coffee to $2.00 per pound maybe this would be a solution we could live with.DIVORCE AGREEMENT– This is so incredibly well put, and I can hardly believe it’s by a young person, a student!! Whatever he runs for, I’ll vote for him! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *Dear American liberals, leftists, sociaprogress, socialists, regressive, Marxists, and Obama supporters, et al:We have stuck together since the late 1950s for the sake of the kids, but the whole of this latest election process has made me realize that I want a divorce. I know we tolerated each other for many years for the sake of future generations, but sadly, this relationship has clearly run its course. Our two ideological sides of America cannot and will not ever agree on what is right for us all, so let’s just end it on friendly terms. We can smile and chalk it up to irreconcilable differences and go our own way. Here is a model separation agreement: 1. Our two groups can equitably divide up the country by land mass, each taking a similar portion. That will be the difficult part, but I am sure our two sides can come to a friendly agreement. After that, it should be relatively easy. Our respective representatives can effortlessly divide other assets since both sides had such distinct and disparate tastes. 2. We don’t like redistributive taxes, so you can keep them. 3. You are welcome to the liberal judges and the ACLU. 4. Since you hate guns and war, we’ll take our firearms, the cops, the NRA, and the military. 5. We’ll take the nasty, smelly oil industry and you can go with wind, solar, and bio-diesel. 6. You can keep Oprah, Michael Moore, and Rosie O’Donnell. You are, however, responsible for finding a bio-diesel vehicle big enough to move all three of them. 7. We’ll keep capitalism, greedy corporations, pharmaceutical companies, Wal-Mart, and Wall Street. 8. You can have your beloved lifelong welfare dwellers, food stamps, homeless homeboys, hippies, druggies, and illegal aliens. 9. We’ll keep the hot Alaskan hockey moms, greedy CEO’s and Rednecks. 10. We’ll keep the Bibles and give you NBC and Hollywood… 11. You can make nice with Iran and Palestine and we’ll retain the right to invade and hammer places that threaten us. 12. You can have the peace-niks and war protesters. When our allies or our way of life are under assault, we’ll help provide them security.13. We’ll keep our Judeo-Christian values. 14. You are welcome to Islam, Scientology, Humanism, political correctness, and Shirley McLain. You can also have the U.N., but we will no longer be paying the bill. 15. We’ll keep the SUV’s, pickup trucks, and oversized luxury cars. You can take every Subaru station wagon you can find. 16. You can give everyone healthcare if you can find any practicing doctors.. 17. We’ll continue to believe healthcare is an earned luxury and not a right. 18. We’ll keep “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” and “The National Anthem.” 19. I’m sure you’ll be happy to substitute “Imagine”, “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing”, “Kum Ba Ya,” or “We Are the World”.20. We’ll practice trickledown economics and you can continue to give trickle up poverty your best shot. 21. Since it often so offends you, we’ll keep our history, our name, our constitution and our flag. 22. Would you agree to this? If so, please pass it along to other like-minded liberal and conservative patriots and if you do not agree, just hit delete. In the spirit of friendly parting, I’ll bet you answer which one of us will need whose help in 15 years. Sincerely, John J. Wall Law Student and an American P.S.: Also, please take Ted Turner, Sean Penn, Martin Sheen, Barbara Streisand, GEORGE CLOONEY, and Jane Fonda with you. P.S.S..: And you won’t have to “Press 1 for English” when you call our country.Forward this every time you get it! Let’s keep this going; maybe some of it will start sinking in! **If you can’t stand behind our Military, please feel free to stand in front of them! **  

Midwest Unions’ Desperate Last Stand

By F. Vincent Vernuccio on 6.18.12 @ 6:07AM

In Michigan, a post-Wisconsin effort to protect government union jobs in perpetuity is underway.

The voters of Wisconsin and California spoke loud and clear. They are tired of the special privileges and lavish benefits given to government unions and paid for by taxpayers. Apparently unions in Michigan did not get the message.

Last Wednesday, supporters of the so-called “Protect Our Jobs” Constitutional Amendment (POJA) submitted 684,286 petition signatures to the Michigan Department of State — more than double the amount needed to put the measure on the ballot in November.

If passed, the Amendment would enshrine collective bargaining in the Michigan Constitution.

POJA would effectively destroy any chance for Michigan to give workers the right to say no to a union and still keep their job — the main benefit of a right-to-work law. The proposal is already being billed as an anti-right-to-work measure, but the major impact would be the reversal of reforms to government union privileges. These reforms have helped Michigan turn the corner after a decade of economic malaise.

Supporters of the amendment say it is needed to help the middle class. In reality it will only help the roughly three percent of the Michigan population who are government union members, but will be paid for by everyone else.

The Amendment would make unions a super-legislature leaving them more powerful than the people’s elected representatives. It would remove the governor and the Legislatures’ (aka the voters’) ability to place any limits on government unions’ power except for strike clauses. POJA would mean Michigan could not continue, and would never achieve, the type of reforms that have saved Michigan taxpayers billions of dollars and turned states like Wisconsin around.

UAW member and President of Union Conservatives, Terry Bowman, calls POJA “an extreme measure that is unprecedented in labor history.”

He cautions “by submitting signatures to forever change Michigan’s constitution, union bosses have said that they are better equipped than the duly elected legislature to handle the economic future of the state of Michigan. …. They obviously believe that a union boss like Jimmy Hoffa or Bob King should have more control over the state’s economy than the Michigan legislature and Governor.”

POJA would immediately do away with the many of the public-sector reforms achieved over the last two years which have put Michigan’s fiscal house in order.

CNBC reported that according to Richard K. Studley, president and chief executive of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the ballot measure “would repeal more than 80 ‘cost-saving reform measures’ that the Legislature has approved…”

Studley also called the measure a “jobs killer” and a power grab because it would “impose unionization on every employer and every employee in the state of Michigan.”

Some of the reforms POJA could repeal include:

Protecting workers from having to give money to union political causes without going through a burdensome and confusing opt out process.
Pension reforms which have already helped Michigan taxpayers avoid $4.3 billion in pension underfunding since 1996.
Public school reforms including privatization of non-instructional services and the ability to remove poorly performing teachers.

POJA would also make future reforms, such as those seen in Wisconsin and Indiana, almost impossible for the Legislature to enact, putting the state at a further competitive disadvantage.

Taxpayers in Michigan already give government employees much better benefits than those in the private sector. Government employee insurance benefits are $7,149 better than those in the private sector and retirement benefits are $11,725 more per year.

Dust in the Wind: Time for the EPA to Go! by Newt Gingrich

The key to eliminating our oppressive regulatory regime is simply to replace the existing bureaucracy rather than try to reform it. The current systems are so entrenched that we need to start over with new organizations and new people.
Overbearing bureaucrats are especially prominent at the Environmental Protection Agency. The arrogance, economic ignorance, and dictatorial attitude of the current organization are well known throughout much of America. The EPA bullies and dictates to businesses, small towns, and states. It routinely tells states what they have to do and then claims not to be at fault when the states tell local communities and businesses they must comply. The EPA has become a clear example of “bureaucratic socialism”—an ingenious adaptation of European socialism. Under “bureaucratic socialism,” you get to own your company, but federal bureaucrats tell you how to run it. Two recent events surrounding the rumors of stiffening “dust regulation,” which led to a new height of anger against the bureaucrats, highlight the need to replace the EPA with a brand new Environmental Solutions Agency. In a speech last week, EPA Administrator Linda Jackson acknowledged the anger when she said people referred to her officials as “jack-booted thugs.” What was amazing about her comments was her complete inability to ask why people would use terms like “jack-booted thugs” to describe the agency’s behavior. She exhibited a total unwillingness to listen to her critics or try to understand their frustration. Similarly, a Washington Post report on the dust rules was so infuriatingly one-sided and dishonest that it was easy to see why many Americans feel their concerns are trampled by an evasive bureaucracy.
On November 3 the Washington Post ran a story that claimed members of Congress were working to “ban [a] phantom EPA dust rule.” With great glee, the Post writers reported: “Earlier this year, Republicans found what they saw as an ideal talking point to illustrate a federal bureaucracy gone batty. “The Environmental Protection Agency, they warned, was trying to regulate something only God could control: the dust in the wind. “‘Now, here comes my favorite of the crazy regulatory acts. The EPA is now proposing rules to regulate dust,’ Rep. John Carter (R.-Texas) said on the House floor. He said Texas is full of dusty roads: ‘The EPA is now saying you can be fined for driving home every night on your gravel road.’ “There was just one flaw in this argument: It was not true.
“The EPA’s new dust rule did not exist. It never did.” I was stunned by this assertion. Everywhere I had gone in Iowa, people had been complaining about the proposed dust rule. Senator Chuck Grassley (R. – Iowa), a senior and informed leader in the Senate, had been speaking out against the rule aggressively. In fact, he assigned a staff person to fight the EPA over the proposed rule. The assertion that it was never considered was plainly dishonest.
Although there was never a formal proposal to create the rule, the prospect of stricter dust regulations had been on the table for months after EPA panels gave conflicting recommendations. Since the EPA makes no distinctions between urban, industrial dust and dust from agriculture or rural roads, many rural Americans were justifiably terrified that the agency was dragging its feet. It was not until mid-October that the EPA finally said it wouldn’t tighten the rules, as its panel had recommended. The Post’s characterization of the issue as “hubbub over this phantom rule — surely one of the most controversial regulations that never was” was both false and insulting to the 112 House members and 26 Senators who had cosponsored legislation to prevent the agency from regulating farm dust. The article, obviously based on one-sided, dishonest EPA description of the fight, suggested all of these elected representatives and their staffs were ignorant and cynical, instead of acknowledging their legitimate concerns on behalf of rural Americans. It was the Washington elite at its most infuriating.
Rep. Kristi Noem, a freshman Republican from South Dakota, the author of the bill on farm dust regulation, issued a powerful statement of myths and facts demolishing the EPA argument. Between an administrator, who jokes that Americans perceive her officials as “jack-booted thugs,” and widespread dishonesty and evasion about proposed dust regulations, it is clear the EPA must be replaced, not reformed. We need a true Environmental Solutions Agency to replace the EPA—an agency that will emphasize innovation, collaboration, common sense and economic rationality. It can’t be done with the same old bureaucrats. It will require new people in a new institution.

Your Friend,
Newt

Stop Personal Attacks on President Obama, please_____

Please, please, do NOT personally attach President Obama. It will only increase sympathy for him. Do NOT attack him personally with labels, vicious images, offending words or comparisons to various dictators. Here are some policies and actions you can criticize him for: 1. • His unwillingness to increase domestic oil, natural gas and nuclear energy production to decrease our dependency from foreign oil; 2. • His intentional push towards higher energy prices (e.g. through passing “Cap and Trade”) in order to make green energy viable, even when green companies receiving government funds go bankrupt (e.g. Solyndra); 3. • His many Executive Orders bypassing Congress on legislative matters and possibly unconstitutional; 4. • His inability to understand the Economy and how real jobs are created. His best option being…. to follow his ideological instincts; 5. • His inability to put on paper his teleprompter-announced plans: His only concrete budget proposal being voted down by a Democratic Senate 97 to zero; 6. • His proposal for a $1.5 Trillion in new taxes in a period of economic stagnation, knowing that the first stimulus did not work and “shovel ready” jobs are not really there. 7. • His immoral downloading of Trillions of dollars of debt to our next generations; 8. • His failure in leadership, causing the most financially stable economy in the world to lose its AAA rating; 9. • His anti-business attitude, regulations and verbal attacks, causing many small businesses to stop hiring; 10. • His appointment of Jeffrey Immelt, chairman and CEO of General Electric, as Chair of the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, while GE is investing in a $2 Billion plant in China; 11. • His intentional bail-out of banks and insurance companies with taxpayers’ money; 12. • His habit of blaming America abroad, in order to attract support for himself and appear “on their side”; 13. • His illusion that government can help the economy by irresponsible and immoral overspending, accumulation of debt and printing of money; 14. • His advancement of his health care plan through bribery (Louisiana Purchase, the Cornhusker Kickback, the $5 billion Medicaid set-aside for Florida Sen. Bill Nelson) and without the people’s support; 15. • His promotion of his health care plan using deceptive figures to show that “it would save money”; 16. • His spending of taxpayers’ money for promoting his healthcare plan; 17. • His refusal to denounce radical extremists and prosecute the black thugs that intimidated voters during the 2008 election; 18. • His introduction of politically correct language for the war on terror and terrorists; 19. • His distributing waivers from Obamacare as a reward for companies that support the Democrats and their policies (e.g. Olive Garden restaurants and hundreds more). This tells volumes about the purported “benefits” of healthcare; 20. • His administration pressuring a four-star Air Force general to change his testimony before the House Armed Services Strategic Forces Subcommittee to make it more favorable to a company tied to a large Democratic donor; 21. • His apparent lack of concern about the life of the unborn, the life of the terminally ill and the reality and struggles of the American people; 22. • His stopping the deportation of illegal immigrants (according to the principles of the Dream Act) although this Act was not passed by Congress; 23. • His violations of federal campaign and ethics laws, including the offers from his administration to Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, who reported he was offered a high-ranking government job to drop his opposition in the Pennsylvania Senate primary to sitting Sen. Arlen Specter; 24. • His effort “to persuade the [Illinois] governor to fill the vacated Senate seat with his longtime adviser Valerie Jarrett.”; 25. • His acceptance of at least $33.8 million for his campaign from disallowed foreign contributions, including 520 contributions from interests in Iran as well as $30,000 from the Hamas-controlled Gaza area; 26. • His rewarding with ambassadorships or high ranking jobs more than 70 individuals who raised $50,000 or more for him; 27. • His opposition to raising the debt limit, when he was a Senator, and his support for it when President; 28. • His spending of tax money for buying buses made in Canada for a pre-election tour in 2011; 29. • His inability to connect with people as a person who tells the truth in spite of personal or political consequences; 30. • His unfulfilled promise to allow for legislation to appear on the web for five days before being signed; 31. • His approval of QE1, a $1.7 Trillion dollar “quantitative Ease of the money supply” that caused widespread inflation in the US and in Europe in 2010; 32. • His unfulfilled promise to stop earmarks; 33. • His unfulfilled promise, in his inauguration speech, that “Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency.”; 34. • His unfulfilled promise to maintain the unemployment rate below 8%, after his 2009 “Stimulus package” was passed; 35. • His unfulfilled promise, as a candidate, to cut the deficit in half, then tripling it as President; 36. • His unfulfilled promise to have the healthcare negotiations broadcast on CSPAN; 37. • His war on Libya fought without authorization from Congress or appropriation of funds; 38. • His connection with GE, Buffet and other big businesses that support the Democratic party and take advantage of tax loopholes; 39. • His reluctance to show any of his education and job records. After years of exposure we know very little about him; 40. • His proposal for Israel to go back to pre-1967-war borders. 41. • His inability to take decisions, but postponing the inevitable; 42. • His inability to explain his fake Connecticut Social Security Number; 43. • His acceptance of funds as a “Foreign student” at Occidental College, when he was supposedly a natural born citizen; 44. • His mixed messages, such as his Proclamations of 9-11 (National Patriot Day) also as “National Day of Service and Remembrance” and “National Grandparents Day” as well as Sept.9 to 11 as “National Days of Prayer and Remembrance”; 45. • His appointment of a Monsanto VP as advisor to the FDA; 46. • His associations with socialists (Bill Ayers), a left wing extremist church (Jeremiah Wright), corrupt politicians (Rod Blagojevich) and corrupt developers (Tony Rezko); 47. • His continuation of Chicago politics by the appointment of “czars” and White House staff that are ideologically compatible friends and do not have the experience required for the job; 48. • His objective of transforming America into a European type country where government controls the private sector; 49. • His sudden and unchecked impulse towards nationalizing private industries and selling shares to the Unions at preferential price; 50. • His inability to listen to opposing points of view and leading the demonization of talk radio; 51. • His class warfare and attack on “the rich” not understanding that their money also creates jobs, and that taxing 100% of their profits would not make a dent on the national debt; 52. • His signing a UN treaty on carbon taxes without authorization from Congress and the people; 53. • His inability to see the Constitutional limits to government, making him a prospect for an authoritarian dictatorship, given four more years; 54. • His staunch support of gun restrictions, at the same time as the gunrunner (fast & furious) project is under investigation; 55. • His ignorance in running a company or meeting a payroll; 56. • His lack of military experience; 57. • His apparent lack of humility and class, always blaming others; 58. • His literal and figurative bowing to leaders of other nations; 59. • His demagoguery of “hope and change”; 60. • His (and his wife’s) apparent contempt for the American Flag. 61. • His mocking of Christian Americans; 62. • His connection with ACORN. _____ Do not forget to praise him for allowing our armed forces to continue the fight in Afghanistan and giving them the go-ahead to capture Osama Bin Laden.