Obama The King says: “Extremist ideology” and “balkanization” of the media keep me from getting my way

Obama Imperial CloakedThis is King Obama brooking no dissent, no pushback, no differences, no disagreements, no discussions, no consideration of other points of view.

This is Obama The Imperial.

From Breitbart.com:

Obama: ‘Extremist Ideology’ That’s Taken Over GOP, ‘Balkanization of Media’ Has ‘Blocked’ My Agenda

by Matthew Boyle

President Barack Obama said the power of conservative opposition, including in the media, is blocking his agenda in an interview with New York Times columnist Tom Friedman late last week.

“What you’ve seen with our politics, partly because of gerrymandering, partly because of the Balkanization of media so people just watch what reinforces their deepest biases, partly because of big money in politics, is increasingly politicians are rewarded for taking the most extreme, maximalist positions,” Obama told the liberal Times columnist. “Sooner or later, that catches up with you. You end up not being able to move forward on things we need to move forward on. We need to reform our immigration system. That would be good not just for our domestic economy but for our position in the world. You travel around Latin America—nothing would more reinforce an admiration for the United States than us doing that. We need to rebuild our infrastructure. You go to the Singapore airport and then you come back to one of our airports and you say, huh? We’re not acting like a superpower.”

Given some of the policy issues he lists, especially immigration, Obama seems to be referring to the Tea Party in his comments about a faction in the GOP that has “blocked” his agenda by taking “extreme, maximalist positions.” Another way of looking at his remarks is a testament to the strength of the grassroots movement’s power.

An interesting final paragraph:

“This is a defining issue of our time,” [Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)] Sessions said. “History books will write how much power President Obama grabbed and exercised if he’s not stopped and he goes through with this plan. So it’s a matter of constitutional order as well as a matter of important public policy. Just imagine if six million more people are legalized, how will anybody be deported? How will anybody be deterred from coming to the country unlawfully? It will amount to the collapse of law enforcement. I think the Senate has to confront this—and the American people need to know why is it that Harry Reid has been blocking votes. It has nothing to do with time. We spent days negotiating it to try to get a vote when we could have cast 20 votes. The reason is, he does not want his members to have to cast votes because it will expose their position. They’re saying things in their states that are different than what they’re voting for in the Senate—or avoiding voting for.”

Illegal invasion grates on me for any number of reasons, not the least of which is the flaunting of American laws.  We are a nation of laws allegedly equally applied — except that they are not.  Both the federal government and illegal invaders are picking and choosing which laws they wish to obey, and which laws they wish to disregard.

Can you imagine the hue and cry if I — and many, many others like me — were to pick and choose which laws we wished to obey with an equally cavalier amount of disdain?

The unrestrained flood of illegal invaders is a nation-changing event.  These are people who, now, are uninterested in assimilating, in speaking English, in paying taxes, in becoming part of the American culture.  They wish to stay in their enclaves, speaking their native languages, and expecting that their whims will be catered to.

And their whims include free medical, free tuition to universities, priority over others.  And that is wrong.

As I found in a Union Pacific locomotive a few years ago:

Govt Big Enuff“Extremist ideology”?  The “Balkanization” of the American Media Maggots?

Frankly, I don’t believe it for a second.  The AMM continue to be “in the tank” for Obama, doing their level best to carry his water — and they plan to do it for the full eight years.

And dissension?  Let’s have a review of “dissent” from Shrillary Rodham Clinton, shall we?  She says it is patriotic to disagree.

Except that, apparently, it is NOT patriotic to disagree with Mr Obama.

Instead, disagreement is declared as racist.

Mr Obama simply wants his way, and if he doesn’t get it:

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Obama truly believes: America does more harm than good.



So, Mr Obama IS a LIAR and YOU just became his DUPE: “WH: ‘It’s True’ Some Americans Won’t Be Able to Keep Their Health Care Plan Under Obamacare”

From The Weekly Standard:

White House spokesman Jay Carney explained at today’s briefing that “it’s true” some Americans will not be able to keep their health care plan under Obamacare:

As immured here forever via YouTube — and note that Jay Carney is the sacrificial lamb, not Mr Obama himself:

Again, I repeat for the dullards and mental mutants who voted for Barack Hussein Obama because “he’s gonna pay for my gas and my mortgage”:

Of course he will.  He promised.  Then you voted for him.  Then he placed his specially-sharpened knife from the Spite House directly into your back.  For regular American Taxpayers, he utilized his even more customized Deeper Spite House Stiletto, guaranteed to bleed you more effectively and with a greater tax yield.

I have but one question for Mr Carney: just what was it about the following series of clips that were unclear to yourself and the entire nation?  How did Mr Obama equivocate?  It all seems rather clear to me:

And let me emphasize: Mr Obama didn’t just make that statement once.  He made it, as documented above, numerous times in numerous venues.

America, the lot of you are brain-glazingly ignorant.  But for those who are not Parasitic Free Cheese robots and fall into the category of regular American Taxpayers:

You have no idea how you about to be fleeced further.

Let the bloodletting commence.




Obama administration using housing department in effort to diversify neighborhoods

Social EngineeringFrom FoxNews.com:

In a move some claim is tantamount to social engineering, the Department of Housing and Urban Development is imposing a new rule that would allow the feds to track diversity in America’s neighborhoods and then push policies to change those it deems discriminatory. 

The policy is called, “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing.” It will require HUD to gather data on segregation and discrimination in every single neighborhood and try to remedy it.

HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan unveiled the federal rule at the NAACP convention in July.

What?  “Social engineering” in the Obama Administration?  I find that simply difficult to believe.

Data from this discrimination database would be used with zoning laws, housing finance policy, infrastructure planning and transportation to alleviate alleged discrimination and segregation.

Please note the operative word in the above sentence: “alleged.”

And sanity weighs in for just a brief moment:

“This is just the latest of a series of attempts by HUD to social engineer the American people,” said Ed Pinto, of the American Enterprise Institute. “It started with public housing and urban renewal, which failed spectacularly back in the 50’s and 60’s. They tried it again in the 90’s when they wanted to transform house finance, do away with down payments, and the result was millions of foreclosures and financial collapse.”

Some fear the rule will open the floodgates to lawsuits by HUD —  a weapon the department has already used  in places like Westchester County, N.Y., where mayors and attorneys representing several towns, like Cortlandt, are writing HUD to protest burdensome fair housing mandates that go far beyond those agreed to in a 2009 settlement with HUD.

Wait.  This wouldn’t punish people like, say, the ADA has punished businesses small and large for years, becoming the proverbial cash cow for tort lawyers — would it?

Potentially the most disturbing paragraph in the entire article:

Also troublesome to critics is that the HUD secretary, in announcing this proposed rule, blamed poverty on zip codes – rather than other socio-economic factors that studies have shown contribute to poverty.

Right.  Zip codes are to blame.




July 4th

Obama Imperial FaceI’m at work today, but in celebration of this day, I recommend reading the information at these links:

The Declaration of Independence.

The US Constitution.

The Bill of Rights.

The Federalist Papers.

When in doubt, always, always go back to the basics.

God bless America, the last and best supporter of freedom on the planet and, as always, an experiment in progress.

Today’s government, unfortunately, confiscates your rights and then sells them back to you via taxes and blood.  The greatest threat to this country and its American Taxpayer is not Islam or Right Wing radicals and soldiers — as the federal government would have you believe.  It is that government itself.




Another year for ObamaKare — is this the downfall?

From FoxNews.com:

Obamacare Employer Mandate Delayed Until After Midterms

By Mike Dorning and Alex Wayne

Businesses won’t be penalized next year if they don’t provide workers health insurance after the Obama administration decided to delay a key requirement under its health-care law, two administration officials said.

The decision will come in regulatory guidance to be issued later this week. It addresses vehement complaints from employer groups about the administrative burden of reporting requirements, though it may also affect coverage provided to some workers.

Let me be blunt: any number of multiple local, state and federal agencies have NO idea how to enable the betrayal that ObamaKare has become.

Continuing to Implement the ACA in a Careful, Thoughtful Manner

By: Mark J. Mazur

Over the past several months, the Administration has been engaging in a dialogue with businesses – many of which already provide health coverage for their workers – about the new employer and insurer reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  We have heard concerns about the complexity of the requirements and the need for more time to implement them effectively.  We recognize that the vast majority of businesses that will need to do this reporting already provide health insurance to their workers, and we want to make sure it is easy for others to do so.  We have listened to your feedback.  And we are taking action.

Yes, this is a break.  But a break that has been crafted in order to acquire some more centrist coalitions on diversity?

If you like your plan and your doctor, you can keep them, correct?

Or perhaps you cannot.

The delay: is this a good thing or a bad thing?