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Obama is winning the money race | Washington Free Beacon

BY: Matthew Continetti

September 28, 2012

 

For months now I’ve been receiving fundraising emails from the Obama campaign, the Democratic National Committee, the various Democratic congressional committees, and the occasional Democratic campaign. The apocalyptic message of these emails has been mind-numbingly repetitive: A cabal of superrich businessmen is out to deny Barack Obama reelection and install as president Mitt Romney, who will line their pockets in return. Nothing less than the future of democracy is at risk. Donate now—before it’s too late. Recently, though, the emails have been less apocalyptic. And this is why:  The Democrats’ hysterical solicitations have worked. Not only did Obama outraise Romney in the month of August, he has outraised and out-spent Romney altogether. Listen to Ken Vogel and Dave Levinthal of Politico: “Through the end of August, Romney’s campaign and the party committees and Super PAC supporting it had raised $736 million, compared to $774 million raised by Obama’s campaign and its party and Super PAC allies.” So forget about the Koch brothers and Sheldon Adelson. If you want to know how to buy an election, ask the Democrats. The saga of Obama and campaign finance is a case study in cynicism. Throughout his career, Obama has portrayed himself as an opponent of money in politics, even as he has exploited the system at every turn. He said in 2008 that he would take public financing, but then became the first nominee in history to opt out. He said in this cycle that he would not allow his associates to fundraise for a Super PAC, but then changed his mind. He has attacked anonymous political giving, but dispatched Joe Biden to appeal to the shadowy Democracy Alliance last November. He pays no price when he makes such reversals. He and his supporters meekly lament that he is a victim of circumstance. The press nods….. to read the rest of this article click on the link below:

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UCLA Study: Republican Congresswomen Look More Feminine

A recently released study by psychology researchers at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), indicates that Republican congresswomen look more feminine when compared to Democrat congresswomen.

What’s more, the features and correlation increase the more conservative they are in their actual actions i.e. voting, according to Colleen M. Carpinella.  Carpinella is the study author, a UCLA graduate student in psychology.

Taking the same photos to other students, the results were duplicated easily and with a high percentage of accuracy.

Source

White House Attempt To Give Millions To Egypt Meets Resistance

On Friday, Congress was notified by the Obama administration that it would be sending $450 million to Egypt.  This $450 million is part of a $1 billion package that Obama had pledged to Egypt in 2011 for debt forgiveness to the United States.

The administration however has met resistance.

The direction of Egypt’s course under the Muslim Brotherhood, its policies, local protests against the American Embassy located in Cairo and how the Obama administration has handled crisis in Islamic regions has left some wondering why the US continues to send aid.

Kay Granger, a Texan Republican who is chairwoman of the House appropriations subcommittee that is responsible for managing foreign aid, said that she would block this aid distribution.

The US relationship with Egypt “has never been under more scrutiny” than it is now.  Granger goes on to say, “I am not convinced of the urgent need for this assistance and I cannot support it at this time”.

However, Hillary Clinton speaking in New York on Friday, indicated that the world should do more in supporting the regions that have experienced the ‘Arab Spring’ uprisings.

This debate comes at a time when Egypt is in an economic crisis.  They are currently facing a $12 billion deficit in their budget.

Source

New Low in U.S. Trust of Main Stream Media

The trust in the media to report news “fully, accurately, and fairly” hit a new low this year.

According to Gallup, 60% say they have little to no trust in the mass media.

Excerpts from this study reveal that Republicans are identified as trusting the media the least while Democrats the most and Independents’ trust in the media has seen a dramatic downward trend from 2008.

Source article @ Gallup.com

Google, Facebook, Amazon, eBay form lobbying group

A new lobbying group is being formed according to the Washington Post today.

Google, Facebook, Amazon and eBay will make up the group which will be called The Internet Association and as stated by them, will be “the unified voice of the Internet economy, representing the interests of Americas leading Internet companies and their global community of users.”

It will be led by Michael Beckerman who is the former deputy staff director of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and former advisor to United States Representative, Fred Upton, a Michigan Republican.

See Report: Google, Facebook, Amazon, eBay form lobbying group – Pulse of the Bay – The Bay Citizen.

Louie Gohmert: Aurora Shootings Result Of ‘Ongoing Attacks On Judeo-Christian Beliefs’

According to Republican Louie Gohmert of Texas, the shootings that occurred in Aurora, Colorado are the result of “ongoing attacks on Judeo-Christian beliefs”.

The Heritage Foundation’s show, Istook Live interviewed Gohmert and asked him why he believes these acts take place.  Gohmert indicated that the Christian values in this country have weakened.  “Some of us happen to believe that when our founders talked about guarding our virtue and freedom, that that was important…People say … where was God in all of this?”

Gohmert goes on to say “It does make me wonder, with all those people in the theater, was there nobody that was carrying a gun that could have stopped this guy more quickly?”

Source Louie Gohmert: Aurora Shootings Result Of ‘Ongoing Attacks On Judeo-Christian Beliefs’.

California Democrats and Teachers Union Protecting Sex Abuser Teachers?

Alex Padilla, California State Senator from the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, wrote a bill (Senate Bill 1530) that would allow public schools easier access to release and distance themselves from teachers who abuse students sexually, physically or with drug related acts.

The bill’s initiative was brought about because of recent perverted behaviors perpetrated by Mark Berndt and Kip Arnold.  The bills purpose was to allow schools to get rid of people like these who perform the acts that they did.

With Berndt and Arnold’s extra-curricular activities fresh on the minds of State Senators the bills process cruised through the State Assembly On Tuesday May 29, 2012 with a huge bipartisan support vote of 33-4.

The bill’s next stop, the 11 member Assembly Education Committee on June 27, 2012.  The Committee is made up of 4 Republicans and 7 Democrats.  Only 6 votes were needed for the bill to pass.

After heavy lobbying by the CTA (California Teachers Association), (the union representing California teachers) the voting breakdown was as follows.

All 4 Republicans and 1 Democrat voted to make it easier for schools to distance themselves from teachers who would sexually/physically or otherwise abuse students.

Voting no, was Democrat – Tom Ammiano of San Francisco and Democrat – Joan Buchanan of Alamo.  The remaining 4 Democrats (Besty Butler of Los Angeles, Mike Eng of Monterey Park, Wilmer Amina Carter of Rialto, Das Williams of Santa Barbara) all refused to vote, which therefore allowed the bill to fail.

To some, this is unacceptable politics.

Dr Matthew Lin, an orthopedic surgeon, Republican and who has placed first in the June primary in Mike Eng’s neighborhood and who will be running against Mike Eng, relates that a summer period of grace for those teachers who are accused of sexual, physical or other abuse against children is “is unjustifiable in our society.”

See Why California Democrats Protect Sex Abuser Teachers – Page 1 – News – Los Angeles – LA Weekly.

Crime rates in liberal cities shockingly higher than in conservative cities

The (San Francisco) Bay Area Center For Voting Research itemized highly conservative and highly liberal cities nationwide.  This was done by how they voted, either republican or liberal in the 2004 presidential election.

Also, votes for the Libertarian and Constitution Parties were considered conservative.  Votes for the Green, Peace and Freedom Parties were counted as liberal.

The top 15 cities of each are listed below… with their violent crime rates.  Note, the national average is 4 violent crimes per 1000 residents.

Top Liberal:

Detroit, Michigan – 24 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Gary, Indiana – 15 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Berkeley, California – 5 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Washington, DC – 13 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Oakland, California – 16 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Inglewood, California – 8 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Newark, New Jersey – 11 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Cambridge, Massachusetts – 5 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

San Francisco, California – 7 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Flint, Michigan – 24 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Cleveland, Ohio – 14 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Hartford, Connecticut – 13 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Paterson, New Jersey – 11 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Baltimore, Maryland – 15 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

New Haven, Connecticut – 15 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Top Conservative:

Provo, Utah – 2 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Lubbock, Texas – 9 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Abilene, Texas – 5 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Hialeah, Florida – 4 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Plano, Texas – 2 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Colorado Springs, Colorado – 5 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Gilbert, Arizona – 1 violent crime per 1,000 residents

Bakersfield, California – 6 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Lafayette, Louisiana – 8 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Orange, California – 1 violent crime per 1,000 residents

Escondido, California – 4 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Allentown, Pennsylvania – 6 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Mesa, Arizona – 4 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Arlington, Texas – 5 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

Peoria, Arizona – 2 violent crimes per 1,000 residents

To gain understanding of this amazing coincidence see prophet.tv.  Also see the Building the Warrior Teaching Series or this specific teaching.

Source article Crime rates in liberal cities shockingly higher than in conservative cities – Orlando Political Buzz | Examiner.com.

Politicians Focused on Undoing Dodd-Frank Law

House Financial Services Committee, this month is planning on working to dismantle the Dodd-Frank financial reform law.

According the the Hill, stated by Republicans; this legislation enacted in 2010 has excessive rules imposed on consumers and financial service companies.

“Supporters of Dodd-Frank sold it to the public as ‘tough Wall Street reform,’ but in reality its red tape hurts businesses and small-town banks far from Wall Street that had nothing to do with the 2008 financial crisis.”

The committee will hold at least two hearings on Dodd-Frank in the coming week.

See this site for information on some influences impacting society today and this teaching below on finances.

source from House Republicans Focus on Undoing Dodd-Frank Law.

Herman Cain Ends Bid to Win Republican Nomination


Herman Cain’s the former Republican presidential  hopeful, found himself in the midst of a media storm over allegations of his private life. Cain tried to defend himself against claims of sexual misconduct.

At one point Cain lead the race in the republican primaries, but as the media attention increased slowly his ratings fell.

Several journalists have reported controversial details about how the information was obtained. Once again we see the work of the enemy in trying to discredit candidates who might strong candidates who oppose the Obama administration in the forthcoming elections. This type of action has been seen in previous elections and we must keep our focus and prayers for God’s man to come forward, to lead USA out of its current problems.

 

Republicans Take New York Congressional Seat

The mantle on Prophet TV returned to New York City last week, and we see this week the Democrats unexpectedly lose a ‘safe’ New York seat they have held since 1923.

In the New York election, Bob Turner, 70, a retired cable TV executive who has never served in elected office, coasted to victory by eight points, defeating David Weprin, 55, who had 20 years experience on Capitol Hill. Weprin was a liberal politician who voted in favor of the legalisation of gay marriage, and has voiced support for the building of a mosque on Ground Zero.

Bob Turner wins Anthoney Weiners,s House Seat- NY Times.com

Although there is unrest amongst the ranks of Democrats no one expected this seat, in such “safe” hands, to fall to the Republicans. The district covers parts of Queens and Brooklyn which have never seen a Republican elected to office.  The people have spoken!

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