having the character of a traitor; treacherous; perfidious.
characteristic of a traitor.
of the nature of treason; treasonable: a traitorous act


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  1. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 09:37:33

    President Obama and his West Wing aides ignored a subpoena of documents pertaining to the Solyndra loan guarantee even after congressional investigators met with White House officials to negotiate the scope of the subpoena, according to the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

    “The White House’s failure to comply with today’s document deadline is a sad milestone on the path chosen by this administration to obstruct and delay our investigation rather than cooperate and help deliver answers for taxpayers,” committee chairman Fred Upton, R-Mich., and Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee chairman Cliff Stearns R-Fla., said in a statement this evening.

    House investigators requested 12 categories of documents designed to explore a range of issues, such as Obama donor and Solyndra investor George Kaiser’s role in the solar company receiving a loan guarantee.


    • Kim
      Feb 22, 2012 @ 09:43:02

      “Despite an all star cast of presidential aides that have their fingerprints on Solyndra,” Upton and Stearns observed, “Larry Summers, Carol Browner, Ron Klain, Valerie Jarrett, David Axelrod, Jim Messina, Dan Pfeiffer, Jay Carney, Cecilia Munoz, — the White House is having great difficult turning over relevant internal documents.”

      The investigators said that Obama’s aides have not answered questions about the White House role in restructuring the Solyndra loan, who told Solyndra officials to delay announcing layoffs until after the 2010 midterms, and why the company received so much attention from senior advisers to the president.

      “How much longer does the White House believe the truth needs to wait?” Upton and Stearns wrote. “The deadline has come, and we will do what is necessary to answer the many outstanding questions surrounding Solyndra.”


  2. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 09:51:07

    “Even though we had a terrible economic crisis three years ago, throughout our country many people were suffering before the last three years, particularly in the black community,” Jarrett said. “And so we need to make sure that we continue to support that important safety net. It not only is good for the family, but it’s good for the economy. People who receive that unemployment check go out and spend it and help stimulate the economy, so that’s healthy as well.”


    • Sherry
      Feb 22, 2012 @ 10:21:14

      It’s almost like they want people dependent on the welfare state.

      almost…??? 😕

      I was thinking while reading your post that those on welfare best be careful who they vote for because it may not be a Repub taking away their checks-it may, of necessity, be a Dem.


  3. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 09:56:36


    • Sherry
      Feb 22, 2012 @ 10:23:19

      He’s had how many vacations? Wow. It must be hard to avoid truth telling and transparency. I can see where that would frustrate a person. It wears me out just thinking about it!


      • Kim
        Feb 22, 2012 @ 10:36:05

        I am completely and utterly sick of the lot of them. I swear, Sherry – if anyone of them ever once spoke a word of truth the world would end, just simple cease to exist

  4. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 11:07:02

    In keeping with his “We Can’t Wait” initiative, President Barack Obama has once again asserted that if Congress does not enact his policies in the future, he will continue to forge ahead on his own.

    “When Congress refuses to act, Joe and I are going to act,” Obama said on Tuesday, with Vice President Joe Biden at his side. “In the months to come, wherever we have an opportunity, we’re going to take steps on our own to keep this economy moving.”

    Obama, speaking at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building near the White House, praised Congress for voting to extend the payroll tax cut. He said this helps the middle class, adding that he will fight for middle class voters regardless of what Congress does.


  5. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 11:42:51

    To Theou – in the spam box – I despise barrack obama and what he stands for and I will not quit in my quest to see him out of office and hopefully imprisoned for all he has done to America

    I never once said any president was what I would choose for this country but this is the first president I know of who has made it his goal to destroy us utterly

    Keep on ranting about your despot, Theou – I and many others have seen him for what he is and will not rest until he is gone


  6. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 12:11:55

    Childishly, the promo in the Washington Post Online for Glenn Kessler’s story read: “Romney’s zombie bogus jobless claim.”

    Glenn Kessler called Mitt Romney a liar for accurately quoting Barack Obama.

    According to Glenn Kessler, this is what Mitt Romney said: “Three years ago, a newly elected President Obama told America that if Congress approved his plan to borrow nearly a trillion dollars, he would hold unemployment below 8 percent.”

    Romney tells the truth. The fact-checker is the man without facts.


  7. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 12:25:59

    There is the takeover of Chrysler. In a typical bankruptcy the secured debtholders get first dibs on the company’s assets. That is the way the law is written and that is the basis upon which secured lending takes place. President Obama threw out the rule of law and coerced Chrysler’s secured debtholders into accepting $.29 on the dollar while paying his friends at the UAW $.40 on the dollar for their unsecured obligations, eventually giving them 55% of the company.

    No doubt lenders will henceforth think twice about committing their resources to borrowers given the fact that government can come in and arbitrarily adjust their contracts.

    Then there is the National Labor Relations Board. The NLRB made news last year by illegally seeking to decide for Boeing where it could invest its money. The lawlessness of the board didn’t fall far from the tree… This January, President Obama, seeking to circumvent the Senate’s advise and consent role appointed 4 people to the NLRB via recess appointments despite the Senate being in pro-forma session. Pro-forma session? Certainly that must mean that the Senate was not really in session so no actual business could be done, right? Actually… Not according to the President. Just the previous week he was so sure the pro-forma session was real that he signed into law the payroll tax extension bill that was passed during such as session. Either pro-forma sessions are in session, or not, but they can’t be both. It’s like being pregnant, one either is or isn’t, you can’t be both. This is a perfect example of Rule of Man vs. Rule of Law. Unfortunately for the United States the Rule of Obama supersedes the Constitution in that battle.


    • Kim
      Feb 22, 2012 @ 12:27:48

      There are many others but the most egregious is of course Obamacare. The Constitution clearly does not give the federal government the right to force consumers to purchase anything; not healthcare not Twinkies, not tooth paste, not even green cars. Despite that, Obama and his Reid / Pelosi led Congress decided to pass a law that does just that – purchase health insurance. If Uncle Sam has the right to force you to purchase health insurance under the threat of jail, then the Constitution becomes nothing but a relic of a once great nation that was once governed by the Rule of Law.


      • Kim
        Feb 22, 2012 @ 12:37:49

        President Obama is a free man’s worst nightmare. Even for those foolish enough to support his statist, redistributionist, green policies. Why? Because he is the epitome of the Rule of Man. Rule of Man simply means that the person in control of the mechanism of government can do whatever he wants to do, and while it’s exercised by your guy that’s great, but what about when someone you disagree with gets into the position of power? Without the Rule of Law to guide and constrain government actions, a nation will quickly devolve into a tyranny of men. Not sure about that? At the Constitution’s bicentennial a quarter century ago could you have imagined that the government could dictate what you must feed your kids for lunch, could require you to buy anything at all simply because you’re alive or force churches to provide contraception or abortion benefits? I don’t think so.

        Welcome to the Rule of Man. We’ve seen this play itself out before, where someone comes to power legitimately and then manipulates the rules to give themselves virtually unlimited power. That’s how Hitler did it. That’s how Chavez did it. That’s how Putin’s doing it again. Can you imagine a Barack Obama unfettered by the concerns of seeking a second term? One shudders to think…

  8. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 14:48:49

    The current U.S. economic recovery is arguably the worst in modern American history. Incomes are flat, housing is moribund, and the past three years have seen the longest stretch of high unemployment in this country since the Great Depression. Yet President Barack Obama—with the backing of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner—has the temerity to propose a corporate tax reform plan that would actually raise the tax burden on American business by $250 billion over a decade (and de facto on workers, too) without lowering rates to an internationally competitive level. This is a terrible, terrible plan:


  9. thearcher
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 16:58:35

    It seems that more and more American people dont agree with you and want Obama. Then President Bush advised Harriet Miers and Carl Rove plus others to ignore congressional subpoenas – its quite common:


  10. Kim
    Feb 22, 2012 @ 22:51:11

    msnbc and huffpo – totally reliable



  11. Dawgbert
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 03:28:59

    Speaking of traitors, how bout all the sleeze bag lawyers and the felon
    who betrayed little Caylee?
    “Is Jose Baez lucky to be rid of ‘toxic’ Casey Anthony?”
    Baez states ‘My work as Ms. Anthony’s defense attorney is finished. It’s not my job to answer questions regarding non-legal matters relating to Ms. Anthony and I must attend to my other clients’ needs.’ Huh? What other clients. Rumor has it Baez
    is going bankrupt and his wife is divorcing him. Stick to close to the Swamp
    Monster and things like this happen.


  12. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 07:54:59


  13. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 08:28:39

    General Motors and General Electric are two companies that have been in the political crosshairs lately. GM stands accused of “crony capitalism,” while GE is under fire for paying no Federal income taxes in 2010. The two companies share more than that though, with GE placing an order for 12,000 Chevy Volts and other hybrid vehicles.

    A memo leaked to Green Car Reports lays out GE’s plans for their new fleet of Volts, and as expected, it has some people crying foul.

    The memo, sent to employees of GE Healthcare Americas team explains that all sedan, crossover, and minivan purchases in 2012 will be replaced by the Chevy Volt. Only field engineers are exempt from having to drive a company Volt.

    Source: Gas 2.0 (


  14. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 08:40:47


  15. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 09:19:19

    Two U.S. troops have been shot to death and four more wounded by an Afghan solider who turned his gun on his allies in apparent anger over the burning of Qurans at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan, an Afghan official tells CBS News.


    • Kim
      Feb 23, 2012 @ 09:22:03

      Earlier, the Taliban called on the Afghan people to “target the military bases of invader forces, their military convoys and their invader bases”.

      The statement, issued via email by a spokesman named Zabihullah Mujahid, also called on Afghans to give NATO troops “a lesson to never dare desecrate the holy Quran again”.

      Despite telling the public to “not stop” at protests, Mujahid said the calls against foreign military forces would not affect the group’s negotiations with US officials in Doha


  16. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 09:27:13

    Well this should thrill Theou no end!!

    John P. Holdren, the top science adviser to President Barack Obama, wrote in a book he co-authored with population control advocates Paul and Anne Ehrlich that children from larger families have lower IQs.

    The book—”Human Ecology: Problems and Solutions”—argued that the United States government had a “responsibility to halt the growth of the American population.”


    • Kim
      Feb 23, 2012 @ 09:30:46

      “Those who promote numbers of people as a value in itself, however, may be overlooking the cheapness such abundance often brings,” they said.


    • Sherry
      Feb 23, 2012 @ 13:23:33

      The book—”Human Ecology: Problems and Solutions”—argued that the United States government had a “responsibility to halt the growth of the American population.”

      Now that’s closer to Joseph Mengele’s mentality~


  17. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 09:57:57

    And oddly enough they never question why any relevant personal records and family history and travel and endless other answers to lingering questions about the background of this man are produced. When they could all just go away if he would rescind his very first EO to have it ALL sealed. Go figure.

    So until he answers these questions he will be labeled everything under the sun, and called everything under the sun, because there is no evidence otherwise.

    In other words, John, cry me a fucking river, and try addressing the real issue here. We don’t know who he is, we don’t like what he’s doing, and we don’t want him giving orders anymore. Clear enough?


    • Kim
      Feb 23, 2012 @ 10:05:51

      This president and this party are the most intellectually dishonest and divisive group ever. Their whole stock in trade is dividing people so they can play them against one another – rich vs poor, white vs black, hispanic vs everyone, old vs young, women vs men, and on and on- THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRATS/LIBERALS do.


  18. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 11:31:37

    Here’s the exit question- at what age would Obama hand his daughters birth control to prevent them from contracting this “disease”?


  19. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 11:35:20

    I missed this bea-u-tiful moment when Newt took the MSM to task for not once asking asking Barack Obama about his pro-infanticide position, reframing the abortion issue by positioning Obama as the far-out extremist, he is.


    • Sherry
      Feb 23, 2012 @ 13:30:17

      I heard a rerun of it this morning-Woohoo! What a way to start the day!~
      Romney was trying to keep Newt from going there because then all of the candidates would be asked to chime in but Newt kept going and it caused the halt of further convo. LOL! It was a good one aimed right at the heart of Obama’s agenda, which got sorely maimed. Newt is on the ball… he may yet get my vote-I just have to fall out of love with Santorum…


  20. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 12:10:06

    Unfortunately, it comes as little surprise that the Obama Administration is prioritizing its abortion agenda. In fact, the recent life-ending drugs and devices coverage mandate from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) perfectly aligns with President Obama’s longstanding commitment to abortion-funding.

    Furthermore, by failing to provide an adequate conscience protection, the HHS mandate places above the freedom of conscience, a principle enshrined in the First Amendment, a mere policy preference for “access” – something even the ACLU’s “Reproductive Freedom Project” has acknowledged is not a constitutional right


  21. thearcher
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 12:17:56

    ok then here is the same story on Fox News,2933,289003,00.html
    and Politico
    Neither of these news media lean to the left –
    its just that every administration has ignored subpoenas until at the end they had no choice to comply – I see no reason to single out this administration as being any different from the rest. They are all fighting about the same things over and over – you can go back 20 years and see subjects may change but not tactics!


  22. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 12:49:13

    The First Amendment specifically protects people from having to choose between God and the government.

    The very idea that a person must choose between a president and God is fundamentally unAmerican. My goodness. Thank you President Bush 43 for appointing U.S. District Judge Ronald B. Leighton.


  23. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 12:55:39

    Responding to critics who claim proposed legislation to outlaw abortions at 20 weeks or later in the District of Columbia is an attack on women’s reproductive rights, Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) said Wednesday that abortion was not about women’s health.

    “The bottom line is, there are better ways to protect the health of women than by killing their children for them,” Franks, the bill’s author, told


  24. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 13:33:31

    Michelle Malkin: The high priests of eco-destruction:

    Rick Santorum is right. Pushing back against Democrats’ attempts to frame him as a religious menace, the GOP presidential candidate forcefully turned the tables on the White House: “When it comes to the management of the Earth, they are the anti-science ones.”

    Scrutiny of the White House anti-science brigade couldn’t come at a better time (which is why Santorum’s detractors prefer to froth at the mouth about comments he made four years ago on the existence of Satan). It’s not just big-ticket scandals like the stimulus-subsidized Solyndra bankruptcy or the Keystone pipeline debacle bedeviling America. In every corner of the Obama administration, the radical green machinery is hard at work — destroying jobs, shredding truth and sacrificing our economic well-being at the altar of environmentalism.


    • Kim
      Feb 23, 2012 @ 13:36:07

      –Take Obama’s head of the National Park Service, please. While serving as the Pacific West regional director of the NPS, Jon Jarvis was accused of at least 21 instances of scientific misconduct (pdf) by Dr. Corey Goodman, a high-ranking member of the National Academy of Sciences. Extensive information about Jarvis’ alleged role in cooking data about a California oyster farm’s impact on harbor seals at Point Reyes was withheld during the 2009 nomination process. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ignored complaints and follow-up from both Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Republican Sens. James Inhofe and David Vitter.

      The National Research Council determined that the NPS had “selectively” slanted its report on the oyster farm. The federal Marine Mammal Commission found that “the data and analyses are not sufficient to demonstrate a causal relationship” between the farm’s operations and harbor seal health. In a letter blasting the NPS for bullying the small oyster farm, Feinstein — normally a reliable eco-ally — concluded earlier this month that the “crux of the problem is that the Park Service manipulated science while building a case that the business should be shuttered.”


  25. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 13:36:53

    Line-o-the-day, right here:

    Obama is forcing the Catholic church to violate its doctrines while cravenly submitting to Islamic teachings about the quran. Where is the respect to Christians that he demands we give to Muslims? And where the hell is the GOP?


  26. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 13:37:48

    The TSA said the incident was not a security issue. “Continental Flight 1113, Portland to Houston, returned to Portland when a passenger refused to obey the ‘No Smoking” sign. The passenger and traveling companion were taken off the plane,” Christen David of United/ Continental Corporate Communications said in a released a statement.It was not known what charges would be filed.


  27. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 14:54:37

    Texas on Thursday passed regulations barring Planned Parenthood clinics and other “affiliates of abortion providers” from participating in the state’s Medicaid program starting March 14, the Texas Tribune is reporting.

    The Obama administration has told Texas that its plans violate federal law.

    If the two parties can’t reach agreement, the newspaper reports, the state’s Women’s Health Program could be dismantled, leaving 130,000 low-income women without access to birth control, cancer screenings and other preventive benefits.


  28. Kim
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 15:19:08

    While other viable nuclear construction projects await approval, the Georgia project got the green light in spite of the NRC director’s vehement objection as well as “12 sizeable construction change order requests (and) long-running site-specific design and fabrication problems (which) have confounded Westinghouse and its lead contractor for more than two years.”


  29. Kim
    Feb 24, 2012 @ 11:01:07

    Fact: While production is up under Obama, this has nothing to do with his policies, but is the result of permits and private industry efforts that began long before Obama occupied the White House.

    Obama has chosen almost always to limit production. He canceled leases on federal lands in Utah, suspended them in Montana, delayed them in Colorado and Utah, and canceled lease sales off the Virginia coast.

    His administration also has been slow-walking permits in the Gulf of Mexico, approving far fewer while stretching out review times, according to the Greater New Orleans Gulf Permit Index. The Energy Dept. says Gulf oil output will be down 17% by the end of 2013, compared with the start of 2011. Swift Energy President Bruce Vincent is right to say Obama has “done nothing but restrict access and delay permitting.”


    • Kim
      Feb 24, 2012 @ 11:01:35

      “The U.S. consumes more than a fifth of the world’s oil. But we only have 2% of the world’s oil reserves.”

      Fact: Obama constantly refers to this statistic to buttress his claim that “we can’t drill our way to lower gas prices.” The argument goes that since the U.S. supply is limited, it won’t ever make a difference to world prices.
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      It’s bogus. New exploration and drilling technologies have uncovered vast amounts of recoverable oil.

      In fact, the U.S. has a mind-boggling 1.4 trillion barrels of oil, enough to “fuel the present needs in the U.S. for around 250 years,” according to the Institute for Energy Research. The problem is the government has put most of this supply off limits.


    • Kim
      Feb 24, 2012 @ 11:02:18

      “Because of the investments we’ve made, the use of clean, renewable energy in this country has nearly doubled.”

      Fact: Production of renewable energy — biomass, wind, solar and the like — climbed just 12% between 2008 and 2011, according to the federal Energy Information Administration.


    • Kim
      Feb 24, 2012 @ 11:02:50

      “We need to double-down on a clean energy industry that’s never been more promising.”

      Fact: Renewable energy simply won’t play an important role in the country’s energy picture anytime soon, accounting for just 13% of U.S. energy production by 2035, according to the EIA.


    • Kim
      Feb 24, 2012 @ 11:03:12

      “There are no short-term silver bullets when it comes to gas prices.”

      Fact: Obama could drive down oil prices right now simply by announcing a more aggressive effort to boost domestic supplies. When President Bush lifted a moratorium in 2008, oil prices immediately fell $9 a barrel.

      Obama said in his speech that Americans aren’t stupid. He’s right about that, which is why most are giving his energy policy a thumbs down.


  30. Kim
    Feb 24, 2012 @ 11:06:08

    While there exists an argument that Barack Obama is simply hoping to diffuse the agitation among Afghans that the destruction of some copies of the Koran has caused – that argument falls short of explaining the aggressive tone the Commander in Chief so quickly took against the very American soldiers his administration so often uses as political props when the opportunity presents itself to the Obama re-election campaign. Those soldiers were simply following orders – and initial reports are already suggesting those copies of the Koran that were destroyed had already been defaced by the captured terrorists who were using them to communicate to each other – sharing the Koran within the prison facility:


  31. Kim
    Feb 24, 2012 @ 11:22:55

    Bozell answered by noting that:

    …in 2008, you had 5 percent unemployment. Today you have 9 percent unemployment, so $3.56 was a bigger problem today than it was in 2008…. The media don’t want to report anything that goes against the narrative of reelecting Barack Obama. This is a huge story that is affecting everybody out there, and yet suddenly it’s not a stor



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