Thursday, September 10, 2009


Rep. Joe Wilson NAILED it last night when he rose up and called Obama a Liar!

Wilson's outburst came after Obama said that extending health care to all Americans who seek it would not mean insuring illegal immigrants.

"You lie!" Wilson shouted from his seat on the Republican side of the chamber.

Republicans froze, with several looking in Wilson's direction.

Did you see the look on Pelosi's face?


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi directed a fierce frown at him, it was reported to us that the first lady Michelle Obama pursed her lips and shook her head from side to side.

Vice President Joe Biden looked down and shook his head, too.

Someone on the right FINALLY had "the balls to stand up" and tell the emperor that he had NO clothes on!

Here in Washington this morning, House Majority Leader Hoyer said "I have never in my 29 years heard an outburst of that nature with reference to a president of the United States speaking as a guest of the House and Senate."

What a short memory this idiot has. What about the three times the Democrats made outburst against former President Bill Clinton and George Bush while speaking before the American people in the same house.

Wilson was ABSOLUTELY correct in his assessment of the Liar-in-Chief. The Center for Immigration Studies released their report this morning, exposing Obama's claim to be an outright lie.

"While the report found that federal subsidies to obtain health coverage would be restricted to U.S. citizens and legal residents, it also noted that the bill DOES NOT specify a citizenship verification system, something that critics say creates a loophole for undocumented immigrants to receive subsidies anyway."

This report just released, "Undermines the claims of the president and others that illegal immigrants would not be covered under the House version of the bill."

Is this the "Change you can believe in?" It's disheartening and outrageous how Obama's changes, broken promises, and falsehoods negatively impact all Americans.

He's not the first politician to do so, he won't be the last, but he certainly placed himself up on a pedestal during his campaign to convince millions of voters that he was above it all.

Above the corruption that has often plagued Washington. That he would bring our country into the age Of fairness, Of honesty, Of smaller government, Of lower taxes, of government accountability and fiscal responsibility!

That he and his sterling administration would be "the most transparent ever."

Not even close...

President Obama changed nothing about his plan. His speech did not move Congress and the Senate any closer to reforms that would put patients first. Instead, he vowed to "call out" people he deems as "misrepresenting" his plan.

Maybe it would help if he read H.R. 3200!

The American people have called out the president and congressional leaders for trying to force their version of health care reform on a public that doesn't want it. That's what the overwhelming response was at those town hall meetings and rallies over the last several months.

The president mocked the concerns of Americans who don't want to see these job-killing, tax-raising policies enacted.

Unfortunately, Wednesday's speech promised more things Washington can't deliver with it's current proposals - promising everyone can keep their current health plan and that reform as Obama imagines it would not add to our deficit.

Bullshit - do the Math!

This just reinforces why we are Marching on Washington!

We citizens are against government waste and deficit spending, against government-run auto companies, bailouts, Crap and Tax and socialized health care!

Our final thoughts:

In a letter to Henry Lee on Aug. 10, 1824, Thomas Jefferson wrote something that could be applied to the arrogant elites who have caused the rising anger in modern America:
"Men by their constitutions are naturally divided into two parties: 1. Those who fear and distrust the people, and wish to draw all powers from them into the hands of the higher classes. 2. Those who identify themselves with the people, have confidence in them, cherish and consider them as the most honest and safe, although not the most wise depository of the public interest..."

We the People will be heard on Saturday, September 12, 2009.