Man Featured in Launch Ad Wants Democrats to Challenge Hillary

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Hold on a second.

The liberal in the ad below said “I Think it’s better”  two words that are considered incompatible with the mind of a socialist/progressive/liberal/ communist which he likely is. HA


The party of the Democrat’s is filled with deep thinkers like the one above.

A man featured in Hillary Clinton’s launch ad wants Democratic candidates to challenge Clinton in the primary. He made the comment this morning in an interview with CBS:

The CBS reporter asked, “Do you want more Democratic candidates in the field?”

“Yes,” said the Iowa man featured in Hillary’s ad. “I think it’s better for the candidates, better for the voters to get the whole array of opinions, and I think it’s better for Iowa.”

Here’s the transcript below:

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Get Your Greedy Fingers Out Of The Socialist Pie — This Is Still America

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Ms. Lorra snagged one awhile back on Democrats and socialism with an appropriate motto and image today.



Got to love it!


Right Punditry:greedy-socialsim  As Churchill once said, “Democracy is the worst form of government,except for all the others.” He also said, “The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.”

True . . . well, except for the “elite” and those connected to Government.  The Castro’s and Stalin’s of the world, always lived quite well.

Here’s a quote from the less-than-brainiac, Michael ‘the communist lover’ Moore: “Capitalism is against the things that we say we believe in – democracy, freedom of choice, fairness.

There is hope, while Democrats view wealth a a pie, Republicans think to the capitalist model that allows for major wealth, job creation and increased taxes which of course the government will squander.  finger-in-socialist-pie2

Doubt me?  Think two words, Apple and Microsoft.

The only thing Democrats can grow is bigger government, less for all and shared misery. 

They view wealth as a zero sum game, if someone gets more of the pie, never mind that they made it, well it’s just not fair, at least in their twisted little minds.

Sadly they will never get it, they just aren’t smart enough or they could care less.

It’s not about any of those things now. It’s about protecting the wealthy and legalizing greed.”  Moore, who by the way, while verbally bashing and mashing capitalism, made a huge, big ole fortune off of the capitalist system. You can decide who the hypocrite is . . and the greedy fool.

I’m not going to debate anyone over the virtues or failings of capitalism — there is NO perfect system. But I do agree, capitalism is the best of the worse. Only blatant, willful blindness would tell someone otherwise.

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There is absolutely no way to determine how many lives his split decision action saved.

It’s time that those who deemed it appropriate to strip him of the Silver Star which was upgraded to the Distinguish Service Cross, spend a few months in an active theater of operation.


By Dan Lamothe / Washington Post


The secretary of the Army is defending his decision to strip awards for heroism from a former Green Beret officer, saying the soldier demonstrated a “lack of honorable conduct” after he earned the medals.

Maj. Mathew L. Golsteyn received the Silver Star in 2011 for valor in Afghanistan on Feb. 20, 2010, and was later approved for an upgrade to the even more prestigious Distinguished Service Cross. That award is considered second only to the Medal of Honor in recognizing heroism in combat.

Golsteyn was later investigated for an undisclosed violation of the military’s rules of engagement in combat — a violation related to the killing of a known enemy bombmaker, according to officials familiar with the case. The investigation closed in 2014 without Golsteyn’s being charged with a crime, but Army Secretary John M. McHugh made the rare decision to strip him of both awards anyway.

The move has been scrutinized by the media and criticized by Rep. Duncan D. Hunter (R-Calif.), a Marine veteran who has advocated on Golsteyn’s behalf. But McHugh stood by his decision in a new letter to Hunter, saying that the senior officer who initially approved Golsteyn’s Silver Star, Gen. David M. Rodriguez, agreed with his decision.

“Every step in the process of investigating Major Golsteyn’s actions, and reviewing and subsequently revoking his valor awards has been thorough, objective and justified,” McHugh wrote in the Feb. 26 letter, obtained by The Washington Post. “The Army’s investigation demonstrated that Major Golsteyn’s service during or at the time of the distinguished act, achievement or meritorious service was not honorable, which led to the revocation of the Distinguished Service Cross.”

So, this hero is being stripped of his awards for killing an ENEMY BOMB MAKER? By killing this scumbag he saved countless lives! This is completely insane!


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Pigmen Win Again: Introduction and video by George Carlin

Never doubt the comedic wisdom of George Carlin, the modern day Socrates of our time.
From his grave he nailed down what we who call ourselves American, this would not include, liberal fools, are facing today.
The video below shows one of his comedic riffs which is far better than his writing immediately below.
The Burning Platform



                                                                  May 12, 1937-June 12, 2008 R.I.P.

                              You taught us well and the majority refused to listen.

“The real owners are the big wealthy business interests that control things and make all the important decisions. Forget the politicians, they’re an irrelevancy.

The politicians are put there to give you the idea that you have freedom of choice. You don’t. You have no choice. You have owners.

They own you. They own everything. They own all the important land. They own and control the corporations. They’ve long since bought and paid for the Senate, the Congress, the statehouses, the city halls.

They’ve got the judges in their back pockets. And they own all the big media companies, so that they control just about all of the news and information you hear. They’ve got you by the balls.

They spend billions of dollars every year lobbying ­ lobbying to get what they want. Well, we know what they want; they want more for themselves and less for everybody else.”  George Carlin



After the disgusting example of politicians of both spineless parties bowing down before Wall Street, the military industrial complex and corporate interests this weekend with the passage of a bloated pig of a spending bill totaling $1.1 trillion, how can anyone not on the payroll of the vested interests not admit there is only one party – and it serves only the needs of the wealthy business interests.

Obama, champion of the common folk, signed this putrid example of political corruption and corporate capture of the American political system. For all the believers who voted for the red team in the November mid-terms, this is what you got – a bipartisanship screwing of the American people.

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Elizabeth Warren: ” Princess Moon Bat Feathers” poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Grab some popcorn. This could be fun.

Hillary Clinton among her many delusions believes the U.S. Presidency is owed to her. 

AKA “Princess Moon Bat Feathers.”


Sadly, Warren talks a great game on the stump, when unchallenged, but makes Hillary and her cabal appear to be right leaning centrists.

Warren was told by the Clinton machine to keep quiet, rightfully she chose not to do so, telling the Clinton’s to pound salt.


Hillary’s campaign got off to a rocky start, largely do to her own mistakes, as when she claimed they were “dead broke” when she and Bubba left the White House.

But her gaffes were mere speed bumps compared to the real threat forming now.

Massachusetts firebrand Sen. Elizabeth Warren emerges from Washington’s budget clash as the undisputed champion of the rising left, and will almost certainly challenge Clinton for the 2016 nomination.

The polls say it’s Hillary’s turn, but I’m starting to believe 2016 could be 2008 all over again, with Warren taking the nomination from her the way Barack Obama did.

As Mark Twain said, “History may not repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” So it is with the political dynamic, then and now.

Entire excellent article below. Can a fraud take down a bigger fraud?

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UPDATE: Democrats To Pelosi: Lady, You And Obama Totally Screwed Us Over

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

It’s great to see the democrats taking shots at the “Vapid one.”

It will allow the Republican Party a week or so to kick back and enjoy the fire fight.

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Can Nanci Pelosi read if she wanted to?

Even better is their inability to understand  the reason they got thumped and lost the House to the Republicans  in 2010 and the most recent election, the Senate, is that their tired failed programs were rejected by the voters.

House members go on the record with rare open criticism of their leaders.


The circular liberal firing squad has formed–and Nancy Pelosi is facing incoming fire from all directions, according to Politico. After being shellacked in 2010 and bludgeoned in the 2014 midterms, members of the shrinking House Democratic Caucus are making their feelings known about Pelosi’s leadership.

Additionally, some House members think that Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chairman, Rep. Steve Israel, wasn’t honest with members of his own party about the electoral disaster they were heading into on November 4.  

The Politico

The discontent with Nancy Pelosi is breaking out in the open.

Democrats in the House have quietly grumbled about Pelosi since suffering devastating losses on Election Day, but there is a growing number of members willing to go public on their party leaders.

The list of grievances — from the election losses, to routine procedures erupting into nasty fights — has shaken the confidence many Democrats hold in their leader.

So while Pelosi will be unchallenged for the top House Democratic post on Tuesday during a closed-door party meeting, the incoming minority leader is about to be in the worst position with her caucus since the end of their short-lived majority in 2010.

“They wiped the floor with us, so no, we’re not feeling good,” said Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge, chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus. “We think clearly there was a lack of a coherent and compelling message.

We believe that certainly our leadership worked hard, but there obviously was something lacking because we lost so many seats. I want to see members who have a better handle on the caucus brought in, whether they be young or old. I want people who have a good pulse of what is going on in our caucus … people who are more inclusive.”

Rank-and-file Democrats are complaining loudly that the party’s message operation failed during the election cycle. Members of the CBC are angry over the defeat of Nevada Rep. Steven Horsford. And nasty fights over ranking member spots have broken out all over the place — including another tug of war between Pelosi and Minority Whip Steny Hoyer over the top Democratic post on the Energy and Commerce Committee.

A routine internal debate over proxy voting for the ranking member posts — it hasn’t been allowed in decades — turned into national news because Illinois Rep. Tammy Duckworth, a disabled war veteran expecting her first child soon, won’t be allowed to cast her vote since she can’t travel back to Capitol Hill.

Pelosi & Company Deny Pregnant Amputee Veteran Her Vote: Sure They Did Tammy Duckworth Not A Chance.

The vote has led to some bitter feelings on both sides of the dispute. And Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Steve Israel is being pressed over whether he was totally honest with his colleagues over the electoral peril they faced.

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Is Iowa already sick of Hillary Clinton?

It matters little who the Republicans run in 2016, all the Democrats can offer is yesterday’s news with accompanying failed programs, socialists, Marxists and progressives.

It would be great to see her run and humiliated closing the door on one of the more pathetic women in United States History.

Des Moines for the NY Post

DES MOINES, Iowa — 9467e3dcf065862c650f6a706700ca7fIf you’re a die-hard Democrat in New York hoping to overcome the disappointment that was Nov. 4, you’re worried.

But here in Iowa, where the first-in-the-nation caucuses are a mere 14 months away, some are breaking into a cold sweat.

Most party leaders here will assure you all conversations about the 2016 presidential nomination still begin and end with Hillary Clinton.

The former first lady and secretary of state is a sentimental favorite. Though she has not formally announced her candidacy, her well-oiled super PAC may be the most deeply rooted ever at this stage in the Hawkeye state.

“I don’t know of any party regulars or activists who are really pushing anyone else,” says Jerry Crawford, who co-chaired Clinton’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and helps lead Ready for Hillary in the state.

Joe Biden

Who will challenge Clinton? Vice President Joe Biden, 71, is playing coy about whether he’s running, though insiders insist he’s laying the groundwork. But would Biden run on Obama’s record or try to stress their differences? And can he go an entire week without saying something ridiculous?Photo: AP

But that may be the problem. Familiarity breeds if not contempt, then frustration.

Crawford, who has led presidential campaigns in Iowa for almost three decades, acknowledges Clinton could easily stumble out of the gate if sometimes contrarian Iowans believe they are being force-fed a unlikeable candidate.

And Crawford, principal in Donegal Racing, a thoroughbred partnership, knows a lot about front-runners and dark horses.

Iowa’s caucus season is a personality contest, and the constant challenge of both Democrats and Republicans here every four years is to find new blood. The heavy bruising Democrats took in the midterms cinched the need for a deep bench.

“Democrats are worried,” said Jack Hatch, the veteran Democratic state senator from Des Moines who sputtered in his bid to take on four-term Republican Gov. Terry Branstad. “I’m very worried.” Hatch says most Democrats in Iowa want an experienced leader who “unlike Obama is not afraid to make a decision.”

But in Mrs. Clinton’s case, he said, she’s still a Clinton. “She triangulates and Iowans don’t like that.”

Martin O'MalleyMaryland Governor Martin O’Malley, 51, stumped for a number of Democratic candidates in Iowa this year and says he’s deciding whether to run. If he does, expect the media to make many “Wire” references. Carcetti.Photo: AP

There’s a slice of the state that considers her too calculating, says J. Ann Selzer, whose firm conducts polls for The Des Moines Register in partnership with Bloomberg News.

“Her negatives aren’t all that high, but the people who don’t like her really don’t like her,” Selzer says.

Clinton knows from her drawn-out race in 2008 against John Edwards and Obama that Iowa a second time would be no cakewalk, Selzer said.

Still, the last Bloomberg/Iowa Poll taken in October by Selzer & Co. showed Clinton enjoys high favorability ratings with 76% of likely caucus-going Democrats. She was followed by Vice President Joe Biden and current Secretary of State John Kerry, both at 60%.

But it’s early. And at this stage of the picking process, no one knew who Jimmy Carter or Rick Santorum were, Selzer points out.

Sanders 2012

The 73-year-old Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, has visited Iowa numerous times to rally party faithful for the midterms. The self-described “democratic socialist” would be a challenger to Clinton from the left, with his main issue being income inequality.Photo: AP

She and a mix of other party leaders say outliers could easily inject much-needed excitement to a race and upend a front-runner.

Most mentioned: Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders or Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

Biden has said he won’t decide until next year whether to run. Warren has said she is not running now, but some Iowans like her energy and wish she’d change her mind.

O’Malley, a down-to-earth leader who finishes his second term in January, gained a lot of respect this year in Iowa among the party faithful because he had boots on the ground.

Not only did he visit a half-dozen times during 2014, he sent staffers (paid for by his PAC) and raised money for Iowa candidates.

Sanders, meanwhile, has spent more time in Iowa this year than almost anyone else with White House aspirations, excluding Clinton and Biden.

A democratic socialist, he zeroes in on a minimum-wage hike, boosting taxes on the wealthy and targeting big money in politics — all big “yes” topics for Democrats. He also has the charisma to reignite young activists disappointed in Obama, politicos here say.

Celebrities Visit "Late Show With David Letterman" - September 3, 2014Who some Democrats want, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren: Progressives and the “Occupy” faithful really, really hope the 65-year-old will run, making Wall Street and the 1% the topic of the election. But Warren so far says she’s not a candidate and hasn’t built an Iowa machine.Photo: WireImage


But Hatch, a state senator for 22 years who is expected to retire after his term ends in January, says the Democratic Party in Iowa also has considerable work to do to help any candidate beat the field of Republicans expected to flood the state in the next year.

“In this election cycle, we were more coordinated than at any other time in terms of people, money and technology,” he said. “In the end, there was a void of leadership.”

Mike Gronstal, leader of Democrats in the state Senate, says right now, candidates with the least name recognition are trying to figure out which big names will really enter the race.

“The question is, ‘How much oxygen will there be left in a lake full of fish?’ ” Gronstal said. “If both Joe and Hillary run, maybe not much.”

Lee Rood is a columnist for the Des Moines Register.


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Will Democratic Corruption and President Obama’s Disappointments Effect the 2016 Elections?

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.


Perhaps she chose to leave the best video for last, but Lorra SilentSoldier has out done herself with this freestyle collection of criminals, among those who call themselves democrats. 

(The video is a classic featuring Hillary and Obama in such rare form.)  O.K., not so rare! HA ;-)


Democrat and corruption will become known as synonyms in dictionaries of the future.

November 13, 2014

The Obama Administration, corruption, arrests, and investigations are throwing Democratic politicians into a very negative light. Democrats seem to keep finding themselves in political and legal trouble. The Latest, though not last, pair of Democratic embarrassments are Patrick Cannon and State Sen. Leland Yee.

It is a 44-month long sentence that Former Charlotte mayor, Patrick Cannon, was sentenced with.


Cannon plead guilty to corruption charges that carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.

What was Cannon’s crime? He “admitted accepting more than $50,000 in bribes from undercover FBI agents and a Charlotte strip club owner – U.S. District Judge Frank Whitney”…sentenced Cannon to three years and eight months, according to

If Cannon follows all the prison rules and completes an alcohol treatment program, he could be out by the fall of 2016.

Suspended California State Sen. Leland Yee is facing racketeering and political corruption charges.


“Doing some pre-Thanksgiving carving of the government’s sprawling indictment against Yee and 28 other defendants, U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer on Wednesday set a timetable for a trial early next year that focuses solely on the political corruption charges against the disgraced Democratic legislator and a handful of other cohorts linked to his alleged wrongdoing,” according to San Jose Mercury News.

Meanwhile, the FBI conducted a raid on the New York Assemblyman William Scarborough’s office.

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Scarborough, a Democrat, informed reporters that what the raid centered around was whether or not he had mistreated his state expense report.

“There are now three Democratic state senators with federal criminal indictments against them just this session resulting already in eight felony convictions,” according to the Washington Times. “And yes, the Republican Party is essentially defunct in most of California and probably beyond reviving, but if anything can bring them back, it’s probably days like this,” reported The Washington Post.

Nancy Pelosi, top Democrat in the House of Representatives, is not a stranger to scandal herself, having been accused of steering “more than a billion dollars in subsidies to a light rail project that benefited a company run by a high-dollar Democratic donor and in which her husband is a major investor,” stated The Washington Free Beacon.


But Pelosi positioned herself and her cronies as America’s Mr. Clean’s Merry Maids accusing Republicans of orchestrating a ‘culture of corruption’ during the 2006 election cycle. “But, once again, the culture of corruption boomerang has swung back around to smack Democrats in their smug mugs…The cynical Swamp Drainers just hope you forget it all by election time…Don’t,” stated Michelle Malkin, author of ‘Culture of Corruption’.  

As it stands, this is only seemingly affecting Democrats on local and state levels but will these Democratic disgraces, among others, have an effect in the 2016 elections?

When you couple Democratic scandal with the disappointment in the Obama Administration, it just might.

John Sides, of the Washington Post, answered that question stating, “First, the popularity of an incumbent president does influence his aspiring successor’s chances of winning.

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