VIDEO: Obama screamer disrupts Romney event, spits on woman

New required wear for Obama screamers?
Wisconsin state Sen. Alberta Darling and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch were in the middle of a "Women for Romney" event when Obama supporters tried once again to disrupt speeches with screaming and assaults.

This time it was caught on tape.

Obama supporter Mary Hoglund of Appleton interrupted the event, screaming about Planned Parenthood.  When she was asked to be quiet, she spat in the woman's face.

Hoglund and other Obama screamer were escorted away by police.

“This is a private business and we invited a small group of clients and friends,” said Chris Hanson, who was hosting the event at his business. “Whatever happened to grace and mercy in politics?

The tantrum is the latest in a new strategy by Obama supporters to shut down conservative speeches by interrupting, screaming and assaulting women.

Earlier this week screaming Obama supporters rushed the stage during a Paul Ryan speech at the Iowa State Fair and punched a woman in the face, forcing Secret Service agents to hustle Ryan into a van and leave for his own safety.  Obama supporters screamed profanities at the agents.

Dems fail again: Non-voters say voting is easy, love voter ID

In their furious efforts to preserve their ability to engage in voter fraud, Democrats have repeatedly claimed voter ID laws deter non-voters from registering to vote and keep registered voters away from the polls.

Unfortunately for Dems, unregistered adults and non-votes say that's a lie.  They support voter ID and aren't voting because they just don't like politicians.

USA Today reports a new Suffolk University poll of people not registered to vote and those who are registered but won't vote finds:

The process of registering to vote doesn't seem to present a major obstacle. Two-thirds say registering is easy and can be done pretty quickly; 16% say it takes too much time and is too complicated. 


The new wave of voter ID laws, which experts predict may reduce turnout a bit, doesn't seem to be an issue: 75% support requiring citizens to show a photo ID before voting.

Poking another hole in the web of lies Democrats have woven to justify their claims of "voter suppression" is the fact just this week the star plaintiff in their Pennsylvania lawsuit claiming it's impossible for people like her to get photo ID walked into a DMV office and was quickly handed a photo ID.  Employees were not aware of her previous claims and followed the rules.

Study confirms poorly informed people lean liberal

A new poll of Americans who are unlikely to vote confirms once again that people who are less motivated to register to vote or show up at the polls are disproportionately liberal.

The new Suffolk University/USA Today poll of 800 unlikely voters and adults not registered to vote finds:

* 34 percent of unlikely or nonvoters say they are moderates, 28 percent are conservatives, 27 percent are liberals, 8 percent “don’t know.”

Among all Americans, Gallup finds 40 percent identify as conservative, 35 percent moderate and 21 percent as liberal.  The poll finds unmotivated people are less likely to be conservative, just as likely to be moderate and much more likely to be liberal.  
* 31 percent of unlikely or nonvoters are not registered, 30 percent are Democrats, 17 percent are independent and 14 percent are Republicans.

That means among unlikely voters who are registered, 49 percent are Democrats, 28 percent are independent and 23 percent are Republican.  That sharply contrasts with the latest Gallup poll of nationwide political party identification, where 31 percent identify as Democrats, 40 percent as independents and 27 percent as Republicans.
Who do unmotivated or uninformed Americans want as president?

* 43 percent of this group would vote for President Obama, if they chose to vote; 23 percent would pick a third party candidate, 15 percent are undecided and 14 percent would vote for Mitt Romney.

Most polls have Obama and Romney tied in the upper to mid 40s.  Unmotivated and non voters break for Obama just as much as other voters, but people who bother to vote or at least register are dramatically more likely to support Romney.

So, why do I call this largely liberal voting bloc "uninformed?"

* "Only 39% could correctly name the vice president, Joe Biden."

That's the mirror opposite of voters at large, 59 percent of whom correctly named the vice president in the Pew Research Center's poll of public political knowledge.

This poll of 800 U.S. adults who say it is unlikely or a “50/50 chance” they will vote was conducted July 30 to Aug. 8 and released Wednesday.

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New enviro scam pockets taxpayer cash through nuisance suits

William Pendley exposes Gang Green's latest scam, abusing a federal law (the Equal Access to Justice Act) to pocket millions in taxpayer cash by flooding federal courts with lawsuits over petty, technical violations of law.
Last month, Karen Budd-Falen, a Cheyenne, Wyo., lawyer, presented her findings on the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA) to the 100th Anniversary Conference of the Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute in Vail, Colo. After spending years researching court documents — the federal government keeps no records of EAJA disbursements — Ms. Budd-Falen found that environmental groups have amassed hundreds of millions of dollars in EAJA awards.
The EAJA was written for nobler purposes, which was to allow Americans forced to litigate against the federal government to be paid their attorneys’ fees and expenses if they prevailed and if the government’s legal position was not “substantially justified.” There is a cap on the hourly fees for which recovery is permitted, which, according to Ms. Budd-Falen, has not limited fees paid to environmental groups, and an eligibility restriction based on net worth ($2 million for individuals and $7 million for entities), which specifically excepts tax-exempt (environmental) groups. The use of the EAJA by environmental groups is unique in two other ways, one not intended by Congress, the other not anticipated. Environmental groups recover fees for suing over noninjurious, technical violations of federal law, whereas most other EAJA applicants sue to vindicate constitutional or statutory rights. Finally, while environmental groups are paid quickly — federal lawyers rarely challenge their EAJA demands, and the groups often file open-and-shut cases, such as missed deadlines — private litigants are paid only after years, if ever...

Paging Dr. Freud: Liberals in 'vagina costumes' mailing depictions of their genitals to RNC

Around ages three to six children are obsessed with their genitals, touching them frequently and showing them off. Psychologist Dr. Sigmund Freud calls it "the phallic stage" of psychosexual development.

Apparently liberals are just people whose psychological development stopped at age four.

Blogger RedRedHead explains

An email from Code Pink enthusiastically encourages women to “Send Your V to the RNC!”  The email explains:
Can’t make it to Tampa to protest at the Republican National Convention? No worries, you can still send your vagina to the RNC!

CODEPINK is asking activists and artists across the nation to submit artistic representations of vaginas for us to deliver to the Republican Headquarters in Tampa.

Draw out a message that the Republicans need to see bright and bold! We suggest you create vagina artwork on 8 1/2″ x 11″ fabric or paper. We will quilt the art together to carry in the March on the RNC on August 27th.

We are also calling for vagina costumes that we can wear in the streets...

Obama 'reinterprets' federal law to ban fracking on private land

While Barack Obama praises America's natural gas jobs boom on the campaign trail, within in the walls of the White House he's using a regulatory trick to kill off the affordable energy and good-paying jobs that safe, clean fracking provides.

"By suddenly reinterpreting a 50-year-old rule that limits truck drivers to 11 hours on the work site at a stretch, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has delivered an unexpected victory for environmental activists," The Washington Examiner's editorial board writes.
What does that have to do with fracking, and why are environmentalists suddenly obsessed with trucking laws?

"Truckers on drilling sites spend hours each day waiting around until one rig or another needs water or sand. This is why, ever since the 11-hour trucking safety rule was adopted in 1962, truckers who haul water and sand to drilling sites have been exempted. There is no issue of road fatigue, the focus of the 11-hour rule," The Examiner writes

"The Transportation Department's reinterpretation eliminates this exemption, disproportionately affecting sites where fracking is employed. Voila - environmental regulation without the hassles of justifying it scientifically, as would be required for an EPA action."

"This is clearly an indication that somewhere up in the top echelons of this administration, there is a constant battle -- a war going on -- to try to artificially level the playing field between the oil and gas industry and the renewable [energy] industry," Rep. Jeff Landry, R-La., told The Washington Examiner.

By changing the rules, with no public input or a vote by Congress, Obama has once again pledged his allegiance to the radical environmentalist fringe and not the American people.

Obama promises more bailouts if re-elected

"'[W]hat we did with the auto industry,' President Obama told a crowd in Colorado Springs, Colo., last week, "we can do it in manufacturing across America. Let's make sure advanced, high-tech manufacturing jobs take root here, not in China," The Washington Examiner's editorial board writes.

"For anyone who understands the nature of GM's 'success,' and of Obama's previous attempts to prop up American companies like Solyndra against Chinese competitors, this campaign rhetoric is somewhat dispiriting. It serves as a troubling confirmation that Obama has learned absolutely nothing from three and a half years of trying unsuccessfully to reshape and reinvigorate the American economy through bailouts and subsidies. Obama's industrial plan continues apace, oblivious to the losses and failures it has created so far."

What does this mean for you?

* "Within days of Obama's statement came the news that taxpayers are now expected to lose $25 billion on the automotive industry's $85 billion rescue. This represents an upward revision from the previous estimate of $22 billion, yet it nonetheless assumes that GM is valued at $22 per share as it was in late May. GM has since suffered a 40 percent decline in profits year-over-year, a 3 percentage point loss of U.S. market share year-over-year for the month of July and brutal press for its flailing attempts to expand in Europe. The current GM share price is just above $20, so the latest estimate is almost certainly too low already."

* "Obama failed also to learn this lesson in the case of Solyndra, the solar panel manufacturer whose bankruptcy cost taxpayers more than $500 million in stimulus cash. In the spring of 2010, shortly after Solyndra was approved for a federal loan guarantee, PricewaterhouseCoopers found the company had already burned through $558 million in private investors' cash without ever turning a profit. The loans were made despite this record of failure. Yet even with all of this government help, Solyndra could not keep up with its Chinese competitors."

The Examiner concludes: "It cost taxpayers half a billion dollars for Obama to save a relatively small company from the reaper for a few months. It has became a great political embarrassment for Obama already but, as his remarks from last week suggest, not a great enough embarrassment to teach him that propping up companies that cannot succeed on their own is always a losing proposition."