Weaker in review-9-18-2016

Random Oddservations™  A Verizon advertisement:  Get 20 GB of limitless data.  Huh?

Unfortunately, a house burned completely down killing 11 people.  The announcement said that a damaged smoke detector was found inside.  No kidding?

CenturyLink is advertising the first three months of their 100 Mb data for half price of $25.  In small print it then says regular price $55 a month.  Let’s see I think $27.50 is half price unless Common Core teaches math differently.

Weaker in Review

  • On the campaign trail in 2008, Barack Obama promised to fundamentally transform the United States of America. After nearly eight years as president, he has delivered on one front by reshaping the federal judiciary. That revolution has been comprehensive, dramatic, and under the radar.  When Obama entered the Oval Office, liberal judges controlled just one of the 13 circuits of the U.S. Court of Appeals. Fifty-five successful presidential nominations later, liberal majorities now control nine of those appeals benches, or 70 percent.  “The Supreme Court grabs the spotlight, but it hears fewer than 100 cases a year,” Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett said, “while the 13 federal courts of appeals handle about 35,000.” http://dailysignal.com/2016/09/04/how-liberal-judges-took-control-of-70-percent-of-us-appeals-courts It is only a matter of time before they completely take over the Supreme Court with or without a Democratic in charge as the next president
  • Less than two months after Congress passed a package aimed to provide financial relief for Puerto Rico, the Obama administration is already at it again—this time seeking an outright taxpayer bailout for the U.S. territory through additional Medicaid funds and access to the earned income tax credit. But Puerto Rico is not a state and its residents are not subject to federal income taxes. So why should U.S. citizens who do pay federal income taxes have to fork over an extra $36.2 billion over the next 10 years to provide benefits to people who do not pay those taxes? http://dailysignal.com/2016/09/02/back-again-this-time-obama-administration-wants-a-taxpayer-bailout-for-puerto-rico
  • Barring exceptional circumstances Congress should not consider major legislation or presidential nominations during lame-duck sessions. Doing so undermines representative government by weakening the accountability link between the American people and their elected representatives. In recent years, Members of Congress have planned on taking up controversial issues during lame-duck sessions in order to avoid explaining their votes to the electorate. Congress now increasingly relies on lame-duck sessions to conduct its regular work. This practice undermines the ability of the American people to hold their representatives accountable because it allows Members to deliberately postpone unpopular decisions until after their constituents cast their votes. http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2016/09/the-implications-of-regular-lame-duck-sessions-in-congress-for-representative-government

Describing ilLiberals by the D’s: We have discussed DECEIVE, DECEIT, DISTORT DESTROY, DIVERSION, DELUSION, DESPICABLE, DEVIANT, DEVOID, DEMOLISH and DEPLORABLE.  So let us go with DUPLICITY a noun.  Dishonest behavior that is meant to trick someone

Is there any duplicity in the Iranian nuclear deal?  Is America being “tricked”?  Or is the Obama regime being dishonest with the American people when explaining the arrangements?  Will it take longer for Iran to build a bomb? We have given the rest of the world notice that in at last 10 years Iran can build a bomb?  True or false the facts are these: Iran will have $170 billion dollars freed up to use given to them in untraceable cash of various countries currencies.

Their GNP is just$ 300 billion. This is a huge influx of funds.  It would be equivalent to America receiving $8 trillion dollars and putting that money into our economy.  $ 170 billion dollars can “buy” a few nukes, don’t you think?  And if Iran purchases in volumes of 10, perhaps get a discount?  Now Iran will have the ability to sell oil on the open market to access more money and trade. And 24 days notice before inspectors can investigate their nuclear facilities. And letting the Iranians “self inspect” their own facility they have been completely trustworthy before and since the treaty right.    And those inspectors can’t be Americans.   Come on people, how duplicitous is the Obama regime in disguising this deal as being totally flawed

Rock-It™  Wishbone Ash

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