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Where is the outrage?

By Patrick Van Roy On October 8th, 2013 at 12:24 pm

Just recently during the “shutdown” the Obama Regime erected barriers around all the monuments on the National Mall to prevent people from viewing the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Memorial, and the WWII Memorial. They have even threatened to arrest 85-95yr old WWII veterens for moving the barriers so that they could pay their respects to their fallen comrades before they themselves pass on.

So as Obama threatens to lock up men that went through hell to guarantee not only the safety of America, but that of the rest of the world as well fighting the Germans and the Japanese what do you think they are promoting today?

Today the Administration is sponsoring an Amnesty Rally on the National Mall. Yesterday stages were built, and today thousands of ILLEGAL ALIENS will fill the Mall demanding citizenship after breaking into our house.

A planned immigration reform rally will take place on the National Mall on Tuesday even though the site is closed due to the government shutdown.

Organizers for the “Camino Americano: March for Immigration Reform” were spotted Monday setting up a stage and equipment on the National Mall for the rally which will take place on Tuesday.

A few scattered barriers around the park have signs informing visitors that the area is closed as a result of the government shutdown.

Susana Flores, a spokesperson for the rally, confirmed for the Washington Examiner that the Park Service will allow the event to take place under the group’s rights granted by the First Amendment.

About 30 members of Congress are expected to attend the rally, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J.

The event is hosted by several immigration activist groups, together with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the AFL-CIO.

Those that fought and bled for us we are going to lock up, but thieves, and trespassers are given the Red Carpet.


By Pete Moore On April 1st, 2013 at 12:41 pm

Bravo, jolly well done to whoever approved The Guardian sending itself up (at least I think it’s a piece related to the date only) –


Fittingly the goggles are ready synchronised with life on Upper Street. That’ll keep the locals enthused. However, while the kicker “you let us do the thinking, so you can get on with the living” suggests that The Guardian really does know its readership, if anyone in government picks it up they’ll have a real world prototype coming our way soon.

What is this thing called ‘love’?

By Mike Cunningham On November 2nd, 2012 at 10:33 am

Neighbour Nazir Hussein told the Daily Mirror it would be a difficult decision for the family. He said: ‘The dogs are like family to them.

‘Keeping the dogs would always remind them of what the animals did to their mum, which was horrendous. But they love those dogs and losing them would be very upsetting.

Another neighbour said: ‘They can’t understand what has happened and the fact that it is the dogs they loved so much that did this makes it even harder.’

Two huge French mastiffs, two hugely strong American bulldogs and a mongrel?

Some Family!

Al Gore, Poet Laureate

By ATWadmin On December 8th, 2009 at 7:54 pm

It’s so obvious: Al Gore deserves another award!  This time for poetry!   When I first read Gore’s poem on David’s post below titled “He’s a Poet and You know It,”  I was gobsmacked;  I immediately felt that only a Nobel Prize in Literature, or some prize of equal worth,  could properly honor Al Gore’s original imagery, tear-jerking phraseology… spelling… 

But, I joke.  Not so Mark Hertsgaard for Vanity Fair:

“…In his almost 30 years of crusading against global warming, Al Gore has worn a variety of hats. In roughly chronological order these include: congressman, senator, author, vice president, traveling evangelist, filmmaker, investment adviser, and Nobel Peace Prize winner. Now, with the publication of his new book, Our Choice, Gore has unveiled a fresh and most unexpected talent: the book’s opening chapter of concludes with a poem he wrote—21 lines of verse that are equal parts beautiful, evocative, and disturbing…. (my emphasis)

 …The result is a surprisingly accomplished, nuanced piece of writing. The images Gore conjures in his (untitled) poem turn a neat trick: they are visually specific and emotionally arresting even as they are scientifically accurate.”

The title to the Vanity Fair article  is Al Gore: The Poet Laureate of Climate Change. Unbelievable.