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Living the Dream

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By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Trust that the liberal dream doesn’t end here, it’s just the beginning.

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They still have gay marriage, welfare, food stamps and gender reassignment  surgery all to look forward to on the tax payer’s dime.

They are still singing this song in their airless little heads.

Please be sure to check out a parody on Barney Frank on this subject.

Barney Frank To Undergo Gender Reassignment Surgery

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

MEDIA STRIKES BACK AFTER DIRTY HARRY DARES TO MOCK OBAMA

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist and Patriot

Indeed Clint Eastwood got off to a wobbly start, he’s never been a comedian. 

He clearly showed that he has deep humor that the gutless weasels we call comedians today would have not had the cojones to touch.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

 

Andrew Breitbart’s Big Government

by JOHN NOLTE

Newsflash: Obama can’t take a joke. But we already knew that.

For four long years we’ve waited, hoped and prayed that some young comic would break free of the politically correct demands of The State and mock Obama the way all presidents and all people in power should be mocked. But for four long years (with a few exceptions) all we’ve seen instead are cowardly toadies of The State: Bill Maher, Jon Stewart, David Letterman, Chris Rock, the cast of “Saturday Night Live”…

Since Obama won the presidency, comedy has pretty much gone straight to hell as our Entertainment Overlords morphed into pathetic lapdogs to The State; begging for scraps of attention and affection from Obama, and in the process becoming stale, lazy, dull, predictable, painfully unfunny, and like a needy poodle — more than a little annoying.

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Glenn Beck was right when he held the Restoring Honor Ralley on 8-28-2010: Sadly the wrong people were in attendance

By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist and patriot.

As the media desperately tried to underplay the what is now being called the “Miracle On The Mall,” there were easily one million people in attendance, listening to and all-star group of speakers focusing on a single topic, HONOR.

I chose to cover the event as a journalist and reports were updated hourly.  You may see some of them here, with videos of the short speeches, and here at Restoring Honor Rally (Slide Show)  All images taken my yours truly J.C.

I know, was in “The front row.” Please don’t misunderstand the people in attendance were clearly up lifted, and left the event uplifted with a sense of awe and almost a spiritual experience.  Those in attendance came from all walks of life, traveling from every state in the union as well as abroad. 

It’s wasn’t a Tea Party or political event, nope, the focus, “Restoring Honor”

We have become a society that lacks honor, integrity, that is filled with embezzlers, crooks and thieves. I’m not talking about our politicians many of whom belong behind bars. I’m also talking of the sociopaths, incapable of empathy that are destroying honest people’s life savings.

Perhaps the current economic debacle was precipitated by Ken Lay, CEO of Enron: Justices Deny Ex-Merrill Executive’s Appeal in Enron Case

The Supreme Court refused to consider a former Merrill Lynch executive’s bid for a new trial on charges that he committed…

The collapse of the house of cards on the housing industry when Jimmy Carter’s housing redevelopment plan was put on steroids by President Bill Clinton in the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac housing implosion putting millions of families into foreclosure as the result of bogus loans they signed in the presence of realtors and brokers lacking a moral compass.

We were assured by Barney Frank that a housing bubble would not happen in spite of President George W. Bush ordering an investigation into the matter as far back as as 2004.  Predictably those being questioned, Barney Frank, Maxine Waters,  Gregory Meeks, Franklin Rains and Chuck Schumer lied to the auditor who told them that both Fannie and Freddi were in bad financial shape.  Predictably the race card was played. 

The excerpts from  the link above shows the hearings and the “willful blindness” and corruption that went into the Democrats continual support for these two criminal enterprises, and the efforts made by the Republicans to clean up what everyone knew was coming

Evidenced by today’s offering in the Wall Street Journal, Peregrine Financial CEO’s Dramatic Confession,  The head of collapsed brokerage firm Peregrine Financial Group Inc. admitted to defrauding clients out of more than $100 million over nearly 20 years by personally doctoring bank statements and duping auditors with the help of a post-office box, federal prosecutors said Friday.

Chairman Russell Wasendorf Sr., which Iowa police found Monday morning in the car in which he had attempted suicide, left a note telling what he did. What a guy!

No discussion of reprehensible reprobates that bilked investors would be complete without a reminder of Bernie Madoff  who told Barbara Walters, “I Can Live With’ Fraud Victims’ Anger, But Not Family Scorn  What a guy.   Madoff defrauded his investors out of billions of dollars and will spend the rest of his life and a North Carolina Prison.  

Sun Hung Kai Directors to Testify in Bribery Case. Prosecutors plan to call two senior executives at the world’s second-largest property developer to testify in a bribery case.

Just an hour ago, HSBC Nears Deal in Money Laundering Probe

Yesterday we reported NYPD officer allegedly stole and sold guns from precinct to fuel drug habit.

In conclusion, Complaint seeks to have Holder disbarred after contempt vote, Eric Holder the most corrupt attorney in United States History along with many other corrupt members of congress should not be investigated by their so-called congressional ethics committee’s but by  independent investigators, should cases mitigate a grand jury indictment, the must be bound over for trial, if guilty sent to prison for prolonged periods.  This will be a ticket to rid the swamp of future and current felons. 

Those mentioned above have no honor, perhaps an infusion of it on that warm October day at the Miracle on the Mall might have opened their eyes, in all probability they are beyond rehabilitation and redemption.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

 

Listen to Barney Frank play the “race card” on his way out the door

Politico

Barney Frank Tells Black Degree Recipient He Hopes “No One Will Shoot At You” For Wearing A “Hoodie”

Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) was one of several speakers at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth undergraduate commencement that took place this Sunday. Frank was also one of two people who received the Chancellor’s Distinguished Service Medal at the event.

Barney Frank to work as TSA agent for the fun of it.

However, Congressman Frank made a controversial comment about Hubie Jones, a black recipient of an honorary doctorate, that elicited an audible gasp from the audience.

See video of back door Barney here.

In reference to the Trayvon Martin case, Frank said “you now got a hoodie you can wear and no one will shoot at you.” After the audience reacted, Frank said, “I think you’ll feel, I hope, pretty protected by that.”

“Finally, I do want to acknowledge a man who has played a major role in diminishing inequality in Massachusetts and other spheres, and that’s Hubie Jones,” Barney Frank said.

“One of the great men that I’ve worked with Hubie for many years and I’m particularly pleased that Hubie got an honorary degree today. You know, when you get an honorary degree they give you one of these and Hubie, I think you now got a hoodie you can wear and no one will shoot at you. So, I think you’ll feel, I hope, pretty protected by that,” Frank said.

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Six of ten on Maxine Waters’ ethics case quit

By Jim Campbell

The entire concept of a congressional ethics committee is laughable.  Politicians, ethics, do that go together well in any phrase?  To say the House Ethics Committee is more than an oxymoron breaches the absurd.  The case of  Congresswoman, Maxine Waters (D-CA) takes it to new heights.

Two years ago, the committee began examining whether Waters tried to steer money from the 2008 financial bailout to a minority-owned bank while her husband was a shareholder and board member of the institution.  That’s right two years, the O.J. Simpson murder trial took only 133 days.

 

The New York Times reported in July 2011, that the charges included; Waters intervened on behalf of One United Bank at the height of the recession, after it lost $50 million on an investment it held in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the federal housing finance agencies. The panel has accused her of helping to steer bailout money to a bank in which her husband, Sidney Williams, owned shares.

Ms. Waters has denied the charges, which include conduct that did not “reflect creditably on the House” and potential financial gain “by virtue of influence improperly exerted from the position of such individual in Congress.” She said the request was on behalf of all minority banks.

The mass walk out came in one of the committee’s most troubled cases, after past allegations of bias by Republican members forced the panel to hire an outside lawyer last July to investigate the committee and its handling of the Waters case.

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Barney Frank to retire from congress

Wall Street Journal

Comment by Jim Campbell

Washington will become a far better place the the most evil and criminal member of congress, Barney “There will be no housing bubble,” leave his seat after his current term.  With the redistricting put in place it was likely that a more conservative constituency would have shown him the door at the ballot box. The You Tube below put up by his competition is very well done and funny.

Go Mr. Frank and those like you and never darken the door step of the halls of congress again. 

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

Video of Franks Retirement Rationale Here. In a nut shell, he couldn’t win in the district whose demographics have shifted to conservative voters.  This loser couldn’t handle losing.  He is unlikely to be misses.

By ALAN ZIBEL And JENNIFER LEVITZ

Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Barney Frank, a key lawmaker on financial issues and a longtime liberal voice on Capitol Hill, said Monday that he will retire from Congress at the end of next year.

Mr. Frank, 71, the top Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee was set to announce his retirement at a 1 p.m. press conference in Newton, Mass., his office said in a statement. It reverses a decision announced earlier in the year, when Mr. Frank said he would seek re-election for a 17th term in Congress.

Smoking-Gun Document Ties Policy To Housing Crisis

Investors Business Daily

By PAUL SPERRY

Comment by Jim Campbell

As with everything he says, Obama is full of a diaper full of the brown stuff.  So he blames Wall Street, supports their cause, hires Street Bankers for his finance team and people wonder why we are in trouble.

Here’s a clue and it is irrefutable. The Bush administration held hearings in 2005 alerting these folks that the financials didn’t add up.  Mr. Barney Frank, Ms. Maxine Waters,  Henry Waxman and Christopher Dodd thought it prudent to lie to the committee, swearing it was a witch hunt, fun failing to mention they received sweet heart deals from Country Wide Savings and Loan, one if not the first to go under.  All the while protecting the fiasco of their ill-gotten gains and contributions to their campaign war chests.

If there is any thing close to ethics in the House Ethics Committee, Frank and Waters will be doing hard time in a Federal Penitentiary.

President Obama says the Occupy Wall Street protests show a “broad-based frustration” among Americans with the financial sector, which continues to kick against regulatory reforms three years after the financial crisis.

“You’re seeing some of the same folks who acted irresponsibly trying to fight efforts to crack down on the abusive practices that got us into this in the first place,” he complained earlier this month.

But what if government encouraged, even invented, those “abusive practices”?

Rewind to 1994. That year, the federal government declared war on an enemy — the racist lender — who officials claimed was to blame for differences in homeownership rate, and launched what would prove the costliest social crusade in U.S. history.

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