Sign Language..

According to Webster: sign language n. (in context)  A method of communication between speakers of different languages.

 

 According to Webster: dan·ger, (in context) n. Power, especially power to harm.

TAX DOLLARS

 

THE MADNESS

 

VOTE FOR NEWT

 

HONEST, INTELLIGENT, RESPONSIBLE, LOVES AMERICA.

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Crusader Rabbit…

Voter fraud..

According to Webster: fraud, n. A deception deliberately practiced in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain.

Voter Fraud In the News

By Dan Collins

–      November 22, 2011, Posted in: Featured Stories     

At the DC:

Top Democrats are aggressively pushing the claim that Republicans’ worries about voter fraud are an insincere excuse to suppress voting by African-Americans and Hispanics.

But former Democratic Rep. Artur Davis told The Daily Caller that anti-fraud measures are needed to protect African-Americans from corrupt political bosses — many of them African-Americans themselves — who run Democratic Party machines in the South.

On Nov. 14, progressive Democratic Reps. John Conyers, Steny Hoyer, Jerrold Nadler, Keith Ellison, Steve Cohen, Marcia Fudge and Emanuel Clearer, the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus — along with representatives from several advocacy groups — held a meeting to complain about what they say is the danger posed by laws that require voters to identify themselves.

Artur Davis is unimpressed.

Davis goes on to say that voter fraud is widespread throughout black-majority wards in the South.

The Hollywood producer and screenwriter of the movie Jack and Jill, Bettina Sofia Viviano, believes that caucus fraud was an essential component of Obama’s strategy to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2008:

Bettina: Back in 2008, I had never even voted in my life. I wasn’t registered to vote, and I probably didn’t even know how many Congressman the US has. I knew that, being in the film business, I was supposed to be a far left Democrat or face being blackballed and abused by my colleagues. So, I just didn’t bother with it. Why bother if you really have no choice anyway?

Then a writer/director client of mine, a Democrat, called me and asked me if I wanted to produce a documentary about voter fraud in the Democratic Primary with her. She had received a phone call from a very well known Congressional Investigator in Washington, who told her that the Hillary campaign had launched serious allegations against the Obama campaign for caucus fraud. We saw a letter from Hillary’s lawyer in DC, Lynn Utrecht, and sure enough there was something there.

When the director, Gigi Gaston, first told me about this… I couldn’t have been less interested. Really? Caucus fraud? Who cares. I wasn’t political and I didn’t have a dog in the Hillary/Obama race anyway. However, it was one of those split second decisions that changes the entire course of one’s life. For some reason, I agreed to do it and my life has never been the same. What we saw… the ugly, vicious, nasty voter fraud committed by the Obama camp, the DNC and ACORN, has scarred me for life. The entire time we were going across the country interviewing people who had experienced and witnessed the fraud, I could only feel that America was a third world, banana republic like Cuba. In fact Brad Sherman, a California Congressman, told one of my partners on the film that “there was so much fraud in the Democratic Primary that we look like a banana republic.” He of course refused to say it on camera, but they all knew what happened. All of them. And the fact that no one stood up against this fraud, and in many instances criminal acts, appalled me. What they did to Mrs. Clinton was beyond disgraceful, and in the end we proved that by all accounts she really did win the nomination. Imagine what a different country this would be right now had she won. She might be a far left Democrat like Obama, but the big differences are that she is competent and doesn’t hate this country as he does.

An example of how the fraud is practiced has emerged out of a group’s inspection of voter registration documents in Wisconsin, where State Senator Lena Taylor’s mother ran a non-profit group home, the now defunct Mother Delta’s Love House, out of a property owned by the Senator. The number of voters registered from the address, 36, far exceeds what the property is zoned to accommodate. Out of that number, at least 23 people voted, and the Senator’s mother (also named Lena Taylor) was at the polls to “vouch” for them, including a convicted felon and a voter who seems actually to reside in Illinois. I’m sure that the DoJ will be right on it.

Sean Hackbarth outlines a related plan at the NLRB to ram through pro-union “ambush election” rules. At the Examiner, Anthony Martin outlines the possible FBI involvement in Fast and Furious, and hints at a much broader conspiracy dating back to the Clinton administration. I wouldn’t mention it, because it seems far-fetched, but that I have found Martin to be reliable, and, contrary to what Cass Sunstein would have us fed . . . conspiracy theories do sometimes turn out to be true. (Source, conservativecommune.com)

Interesting? .. I suppose it would depend on whether or not, one is a common sense conservative, or a left-wing idealistic progressive liberal?  

Another example…

The Real Voter Fraud Scandal – Conservatives are trying to restrict and distort the will of the voters in an effort to win the next election before votes are even cast

By Robert Schlesinger

October 6, 2011 RSS Feed Print

Well over a year before the 2012 presidential election, there’s a battle going on over next year’s ballots—how they’ll count and who will get to cast them. At stake is an attempt to distort the voters’ will by twisting the rule of law.

Most recently, Pennsylvania has been the focus of this battle. Dominic Pileggi, the state Senate majority leader, wants to change the way the Keystone State distributes its electoral votes, divvying them up according to how each presidential candidate performed in each congressional district, with the remaining two electoral votes going to the candidate who won the popular vote.

So while Barack Obama’s 55 percent of the vote in Pennsylvania in 2008 netted him all 21 of its electoral votes, the Pileggi plan would have shaved that figure to 11 electors. (Nationwide, Obama won 242 congressional districts while John McCain got 193.) The change would be even sharper as Pennsylvania’s new congressional map is expected to have 12 of the state’s 18 seats drawn to favor the GOP. Obama could win a majority of the Keystone vote again but only score eight of the state’s 20 electors. Do we really want to bring gerrymandering into presidential elections?

The politics here aren’t obscure: Every Democrat since Bill Clinton in 1992 has won Pennsylvania. This is a naked attempt to undercut Democratic nominees. (And while Pennsylvania would join Nebraska and Maine with such a law, Nebraska Republicans are trying to return to the unit rule after Obama won a single elector there in 2008.) But the Pennsylvania gerrymander gambit is only one aspect of a broader push to rig the game.

The 2010 elections marked a huge shift in control of state legislatures from Democrats to Republicans. The result, according to Tova Wang, a Senior Democracy Fellow at the progressive think tank Demos, has been “an attack on voting rights in this country like we haven’t seen in years and years.”

So far this year, bills have been introduced in at least 38 state legislatures designed to make it harder for Americans to exercise their right to vote. Fourteen have actually enacted such laws, according to a report released this week by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, which found that the new rules could make it “significantly harder for more than five million eligible voters to cast ballots in 2012.” As Rolling Stone reported recently, Kansas and Alabama, for example, now require proof of citizenship to register to vote; Florida and Texas have raised barriers to groups like the League of Women Voters conducting voter registration drives; Florida and Iowa barred ex-felons from voting, instantly removing nearly 200,000 voters from their states’ rolls; Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Tennessee, and West Virginia have cut back on early voting; and Maine repealed its law allowing citizens to register and vote on Election Day or on the two business days immediately preceding it (even though GOP Gov. Paul LePage had himself used that law to register the day before the 1982 election).

Perhaps the GOP’s most popular vote suppression tool is a set of new laws requiring voters to present photo identification before they cast ballots. Seven states—Alabama, Kansas, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin—have enacted such measures this year. At first glance this may seem reasonable. Who doesn’t have a valid photo ID? The answer may surprise you. A 2006 study by the Brennan Center found that 11 percent of U.S. citizens lack one, a figure in line with a 2005 report by an election reform federal commission which suggested 12 percent of U.S. citizens lack driver’s licenses. Drilling down, the Brennan Center found that the groups worst off in this regard tend to be core Democratic constituencies: 25 percent of voting age African-Americans and 15 percent of voting age citizens who make less than $35,000 annually lack valid photo IDs. (Source, usnews.com)

Editorial: Boo-Hoo! “In my considered opinion,” ..if a man or woman is so inapt and uninvolved in the world around them, that they do not possess a photo ID, then again, “In my considered opinion,” ..that individual, “man, woman or child” is in no way, ..shape or form ..competent to participate in an enterprise as important as the election of a man or woman to represent America. When we, “We the People” allow “sloth, ignorance and incompetence” to participate, ..we get, “sloth, ignorance, and incompetence” ..as lamentably represented by the present occupier of the Oval Office, Barack Obama.

According to Webster: ig·no·rance (in context) n. The condition of being unaware, or uninformed.

According to Webster: in·com“pe·tence, (in context) Inadequate for or unsuited to a particular purpose or application.

According to Webster: sloth, Aversion to work or exertion; laziness; indolence.

Or as I personally prefer..

Any of various slow-moving, arboreal, edentate mammals of the family Obamadypodidae

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Crusader Rabbit…

Obamageddon..

According to my uncensored unabashed and unpublished “pearlsofprofundity” Dictionary: obamageddon, (o’bam’ä”m gµd“n) n. The ultimate battle between “Right and Wrong.”

..or more correctly, ..between “Right and Left.” ..between Conservatives and Liberals, ..between Capitalism and Socialism. ..between America’s survival, ..or it’s demise at the hands of a second generation welfare recipient.

A.K.A., ..THE FREE LUNCH BUNCH.

According to Webster: work ethic n. A set of values based on the moral virtues of hard work and diligence.

According to Webster: dil·i·gence,  n. Earnest and persistent application to an undertaking; steady effort.

Editorial: Any man or woman in America with work ethic, or any man or woman on the planet with work ethic can support themselves. Men and women that “do not” support themselves are, “at least in my opinion,” totally “worthless,” not only to themselves, ..but to the world at large.

According to Webster: worth·less, 1. Lacking worth; of no use or value. 2. Low; despicable.

Barack Obama is the product of a man and a woman who utilized, i.e., “scammed” the system for personal and professional gain…

According to Webster: tr.v. u·til·ized, To put to use, especially to find a profitable or practical use for.

According to Webster: scam, Slang. n. A fraudulent business scheme; a swindle. — To defraud; swindle.

According to Webster: fraud, n. 1. A deception deliberately practiced in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain. 2. A piece of trickery; a trick. 3.a. One that defrauds; a cheat. b. One who assumes a false pose; an impostor.

If that doesn’t describe Barack Obama to a tee, ..”I’ll eat my computer.”

Obamacare…?

Obamanomics…?

Obamaology…?

…where is it going to end?

OBAMAGEDDON, ..that’s where!

Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

Façade..

According to Webster: fa·çade also fa·cade, (f…-säd“) n. 1. Architecture. The face of a building, especially the principal face.

(In context, for my purpose) 2.  An artificial or deceptive front:

i.e., – ideological slogans that were a façade for geopolitical power struggles. [French, from Italian facciata, from faccia, face, from Vulgar Latin *facia, from Latin faci¶s. See dh¶- below.]

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 dh¶-. Important derivatives are: do1, deed, doom, -dom, deem, fact, factor, fashion, feat1, feature, affair, affect1, affection, amplify, benefit, defeat, defect, effect, efficient, infect, justify, modify, notify, perfect, profit, qualify, sacrifice, face, surface, difficulty, thesis, theme.

dh¶-. To set, put. Contracted from *dhe…-. 1. O-grade form *dh½-. DO1; FORDO, from Old English d½n, to do, from Germanic *d½n. 2. Suffixed form *dh¶-ti-, “thing laid down or done, law, deed.” DEED, from Old English dÆd, doing, deed, from Germanic *d¶diz. 3. Suffixed o-grade form *dh½-mo-. a. DOOM, from Old English d½m, judgment (< “thing set or put down”); b. -DOM, from Old English -d½m, abstract suffix indicating state, condition, or power; c. (see k³-) Old Norse -d½mr, condition; d. DUMA, from Russian Duma, Duma, from a Germanic source akin to Gothic d½ms, judgment; e. DEEM, from Old English d¶man, to judge, from Germanic denominative d½mjan. a, b, c, d, and e all from Germanic d½maz. 4. Suffixed o-grade form *dh½-t-. (see sak-) Latin sacerd½s, priest, “performer of sacred rites.” 5. Zero-grade form *dh…-. a. prefixed form *kom-dh…-. ABSCOND, INCONDITE, RECONDITE, SCONCE2, from Latin condere, to put together, establish, preserve (*kom, together; see kom); b. prefixed and suffixed form *kom-dh(…)-yo-. CONDIMENT, from Latin condºre, to season, flavor; c. compound *kred-dh…-. (see kerd-) 6. Suffixed zero-grade form dh…-k-. a. – THEME, from Greek thema, “thing placed,” proposition. 12. Reduplicated form *dhe-dh¶-. SANDHI, from Sanskrit dadh³ti, he places. 13. Basic form *dh¶-. PURDAH, from Old Persian d³-, to place. 14. Suffixed form *dh¶-to-, set down, created. (see s(w)e-) Old Iranian compound *khvat½-d³ta-, created from oneself. 15. Reduced form *dh-. (see au-) [Pokorny 2. dh¶- 235.]

A bit long-winded, “and of course in my opinion,” composed in a manner to be understood, “only” by a tenured English professor.

Back on track..

An artificial or deceptive front:

According to Webster: ar·ti·fi·cial, (in context) Not genuine or natural.

According to Webster: de·cep·tive,  Tending to deceive. misleading.

As disheartening and embarrassing as it is to the “human race,” we, “We the Human Race,” are unequivocally, most accurately define as “artificial and deceptive.” We are indeed the epitome of the word “façade.”

Accordingly, with the definition of façade well established, I will now proceed to explicate my perspectives and opinions on America’s present Socioeconomic and Political strife.

According to Webster: strife, (in context) Contention or competition between rivals.

Putting it as simple as possible, George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama, have without conscience bilaterally brought America to the brink of extinction.

Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

Rights and Privileges..

According to Webster: right,  (in context) A privilege

According to Webster: priv·i·lege,  A special advantage, immunity, permission, right, or benefit granted to or enjoyed by an individual, a class, or a caste.

According to Webster: caste,  (in context) A social class separated from others by distinctions of hereditary rank, profession, or wealth.

In America, individual citizens have enjoyed the right and privilege to vote for their governing representatives since America’s inception.

(Sidebar)

According to Webster: in·cep·tion, The beginning of something.

Question: So why do 7 out of 10 Americans disregard and dismiss their right and privilege to vote?

 

 According to Webster: stu·pid·i·ty, The quality or condition of being stupid.

According to Webster: stu·pid, Slow to learn or understand.

As embarrassing as it is to field this statement, far too many individuals in America are simply stupid.

Example: “At least in my opinion,” any American citizen, man or woman, who is of voting age and disregards the privilege, is stupid.

And of course, ..according to Forrest Gump’s mother.. 

Obama may indeed have diplomas from several Universities, Albeit, “at least in my considered opinion,” the only pieces of paper that I personally endorse as worthy of truly indicating an individual’s intelligence, are those manufactured and packaged by Charmin, Northern and Cottonelle.

In a recent interview on one of the Cable News Network’s, I personally witnessed “Liberal Personified” Alan Combs expound for approximately two minutes on the benefits that the “Occupy Wall Street” idiots have provided for America.

Then, in yesterday’s Seattle Times, ..this story.

EVERETT,Wash.- —

A grocery store security guard was fired after he told the father of a 4-year-old girl that she would face criminal charges for eating from a dried fruit package, a TV station reported. The child’s mother, Alissa Jones, said the father wasn’t looking when the girl grabbed the package, ate a few pieces of fruit then returned it to a shelf at a Safeway store in Everett, Wash., KOMO reported Wednesday. Safeway previously faced widespread criticism when a Honolulu couple were arrested over stolen sandwiches and had their 2-year-old daughter taken from them briefly by state officials.

In Washington, the guard took the 4-year-old and her dad to a room and said the girl would face charges and be banned from the chain, Jones said, adding the guard had the girl sign a paper acknowledging she wasn’t allowed to enter any Safeway stores. The company said it was “appalled” by the guard’s actions and dismissed him. Store officials have apologized to the girl’s parents, Safeway spokesperson Cherie Myers said. “Our policies on shoplifting are intended to protect our customers, but built on common sense. And everyone understands what common sense is,” Myers said.

The name of the guard was not immediately available.

The woman involved in the Honolulu incident, Nicole Leszczynski, was 30 weeks pregnant at the time. Last month, she and her husband forgot to pay for two sandwiches that together cost $5. They were handcuffed and searched, and later released on $50 bail each.

The company decided not to press charges, apologized and said then it would re-examine its policies.

Kudos to Safeway management for having the intellect to understand the value of a four-year-old child’s signature on a document, albeit “shame on them” for not having the intellect to hire an individual who did not have the intellect to understand the value of a four-year-old child’s signature on a document.

Question: In your opinion, given the decline of intellect in America, how long do you think it’s going to be before someone walks up to you and says;

 

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Crusader Rabbit…

Rehashing..

According to Webster: r re·hash·ing, (in context) To discuss again.

As an enthusiastic advocate for anyone and everyone with the intellect, and/or common sense to understand that far too many of our present employees in Washington D.C., ..i.e., ..our elected officials, ..all the way to the top! ..are corrupt beyond redemption.

I am proud to “again” offer this video;

“THE VIDEO CONGRESS DOES

NOT WANT YOU TO SEE.”

Produced by; Blaise Ingoglia,

Founder of Government Gone Wild!

http://governmentgonewild.org/thevideocongressdoesnotwantyoutosee?utm_source=GGW&utm_campaign=6b2e62f06c-Debate_Dreams11_22_2011&utm_medium=email

After viewing, please share this information with as many of your friends as possible.

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Crusader Rabbit…

THANKSGIVING..

According to Webster: thanks·giv·ing, 1. An act of giving thanks; an expression of gratitude, especially to God: 2. Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving Day.

 

The First Thanksgiving at Plymouth

By Jennie A. Brownscombe (1914)

November 24, 2011

As opposed to the fifty-three surviving men and women of the Mayflower that landed at Plymouth rock in 1620, who spent their first Thanksgiving as depicted above by Jennie A. Browncombe, my wife of twenty-three years and I will be spending our Thanksgiving this year with our daughter, her husband, our two grandsons, and several members of our son-in-law’s family

 According to Webster: Plymouth Rock, (in context)  The legendary landing place of the Pilgrims in 1620.]

 

The Landing of the Pilgrims. (1877)

by Henry A. Lacon

Thanksgiving Day is a holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Thanksgiving is celebrated each year on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States. Thanksgiving in Canada falls on the same day as Columbus Day in the United States. Because of the longstanding traditions of the holiday, the celebration often extends to the weekend that falls closest to the day it is celebrated.

History

Thanksgiving in North America had originated from a mix of European and Native traditions. Typically in Europe, festivals were held before and after the harvest cycles to give thanks for a good harvest, and to rejoice together after much hard work with the rest of the community. At the time, Native Americans had also celebrated the end of a harvest season. When Europeans first arrived to the Americas, they brought with them their own harvest festival traditions from Europe, celebrating their safe voyage, peace and good harvest. Though the origins of the holiday in both Canada and the United States are similar, Americans do not typically celebrate the contributions made in Newfoundland, while Canadians do not celebrate the contributions made in Plymouth, Massachusetts. (Source Wikipedia)

 

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