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Former Clinton administration Labor secretary Robert Reich has released an end-of-the-year video that provides yet more proof that he isn't credible. On the video (excerpted below and posted to the MoveOn channel), he supports reforming our "obsolete" immigration system and he claims he wants WalMart and fast food outlets to raise wages. Those goals sharply conflict: you can have one but you can't have both.
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Occupy Wall Street is still around and they're still a fake group, either by design or not. On May Day 2013, they'll be continuing their efforts that have the net effect of helping those they pretend to oppose. From the emailed "OWS Newsletter":
On the video below, Marco Rubio pretends that - if the Department of Homeland Security doesn't secure the border as promised under amnesty - states will be allowed to step in. Hasn't he heard of Arizona? The Democrats and others have fought tooth and nail for years to prevent states from enforcing immigration laws. Does anyone in their right mind think they wouldn't do the same this time?
The audio below has Mitt Romney telling a group of businessmen (in so many words) that they should scare their employees into voting for him. It was recorded at a June 6, 2012 National Federation for Independent Business townhall. On the audio, Romney says:
The video below has a 2006 speech from California state Assemblyman Gil Cedillo in support of a resolution supporting the "Great American Boycott" immigration march.
Last year, Teapartiers threw dollars bills at and mocked a Parkinson's victim (see the video on tea parties). Their encore was at last night's GOP debate where at least two teapartiers shouted "Yeah!" on whether to allow the uninsured to just die. Video below. Yes, it was just two or three teapartiers, but it's an illustration of the teapartier mindset and where libertarian policies lead.
David Sirota pretends to stick up for American workers. But, on his July 13, 2011 show he presented only minimal opposition to and mostly agreed with Charles Kenny and his horrible, anti-American immigration policy. Audio below.
The strange tale of Hawaii governor Neil Abercrombie and Barack Obama's birth certificate continues with a video from early 2009 that might contradict Abercrombie's claim to have seen Obama as a baby. See the video below, and here's the transcript: At the end of 2010, Hawaii governor Neil Abercrombie said he was going to prove that Obama was born in Hawaii... He said "I was here when that baby was born." But, questioned by the NYT, he admitted that he only meant that he'd only seen Baby Obama with his parents at social events... However, it's not clear whether Obama's parents ever lived...
The Tea Party "Patriots" have released a promo video in which they admit that they've failed. And, to compound that failure, they don't realize that they're admitting that they've failed. You can see their promo at peekURL.com/vudfmnw and my video response is attached (and also available at peekURL.com/v5ky22y ). The script of my response is below, first some notes: * See tea parties for my extensive coverage, including things you won't hear from them or their other opponents.
The video below (with audio from 2005) has Sharron Angle opposing the Katrina relief bill, at least from the standpoint of requiring an accounting of where the proposed $62 billion was going to go. The video also has a surprise about Harry Reid at the end.
Speaking at a naturalization ceremony earlier today, Barack Obama in effect indicated that his administration will use the Department of Justice to oppose Arizona's new, tough immigration bill if it becomes law. Among other things: (If the federal government doesn't work towards comprehensive immigration reform) "it will open the door to irresponsibility by others... ...That includes, for example, the recent efforts in Arizona, which threaten to undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans, as well as the trust between police and their communities that is so crucial to...
As previously discussed, Youtube is soliciting questions to be asked of Barack Obama at his healthcare townhall on July 1, 2009. Since I'm not a healthcare expert and since, unlike many others, I know my limitations, I decided to go meta instead. I was able to successfully add the following video to the list of replies here. (Note: I took a screengrab in case it goes missing like others did for the CNN/Youtube debate). Here's the script: My Question for President Obama's July 1 Healthcare Town Hall Meeting Here's my question: Is this contest a sham? Everyone else asking a question might have...
On the 26th, Cliff Kincaid appeared at CPAC and said among other things: back there in the 1980s at least we knew that our president was born in the United States The ThinkProgress blog - run by the Barack Obama-linked Center for American Progress then lied about what he said, uploading a video with that quote under the false title "Cliff Kincaid Says President Obama Not Born in US" (link). Obviously, saying we don't know where Obama was really born and saying that he wasn't born in the U.S. are too very different things. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise: both ThinkProgress and CAP...
For his audio book, president Barack Obama did a caricature of one of his friends from Hawaii, someone who had a habit of swearing, i.e., using cuss words, cussing, talking blue, etc. This video has some outtakes. Note: NSFW. UPDATE: The Safe for Work version is here. I might re-do the bleeps if that gets enough views.
The saga of New York's new senator Kirsten Gillibrand continues. As shown on the video (from ny1.com/Default.aspx?ArID=93243; transcript of her remarks below), she's now fully capitulated to the demands of illegal immigration supporters and says she supports comprehensive immigration reform. No matter what she wants to call it, "reform" will be seen as an amnesty by millions of people around the world. They'll respond by trying to come here illegally. At the same time, that reform will give even more political power inside the U.S. to the far-left, racial power groups, corrupt business...
Despite what you might have heard, this site maintains a strict fair and balanced policy. Accordingly, I've compiled a video containing the best of Barack Obama. All of his stirring speeches, his brilliant policies, his challenging dialogues, and his intellectual inquiry have been combined into a moving video celebrating America's best president:
All Hollywood and indeed the world have been waiting for my video reply to the recent Ashton Kutcher/Demi Moore opus in which they and their celebrity pals made various pledges, including to be Obama's "servant". Without further ado:
Dear CNN: Please do not choose the following video for the upcoming GOP debates.
In this video segment from 2004, Margaret Spellings  described how Bush's original "guest" worker scheme would be open to *everyone*, specifically mentioning nurses, teachers, and high-tech workers. In brief, president Bush wanted to open (most of) the U.S. labor market to the world, including (previously) middle-class occupations. Oddly enough, the Democrats completely failed to highlight Bush's disastrous, anti- and un-American plans during the 2004 elections. If they had, John Kerry would be president today.
This is a little slow at the beginning, but it slightly picks up speed - as do I - near the end: Background on this here.
The following video is basically the moving version of the post about Karl Rove's remark about not wanting his son to pick tomatoes. Please promulgate it on my behalf.