Flemington, NJ Tea Party

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Friday, November 6, 2009

The Fraud Called "Green Jobs"

Published November 5, 2009

BOSTON — A solar panel company that received $58 million in state aid to build its factory in Massachusetts is now moving jobs overseas.

Evergreen Solar is shifting some of its production, currently done at a plant in Devens, to China next year, after posting an $82 million loss in the third quarter.

Gov. Deval Patrick calls the move unfortunate, but says some of Evergreen’s operations will remain here.

Evergreen Solar CEO Rick Feldt announces a second phase of expansion at the company's Devens manufacturing facility in April 2008 while Gov. Deval Patrick looks on. (Office of the governor)

“I’m disappointed about the manufacturing,” Patrick said, “but I’m delighted that they will continue to grow jobs in Massachusetts and they will be a part of our emerging clean tech sector.”



Oh yeah, it's "emerging" all right. It's emerging in China, you idiot!

"Deval Patrick. Massachusetts governor. Obama crony. Moron."

Obama's Frightening Insensitivity Following Shooting

This appeared on the website of the NBC Chicago affiliate, of all places.

President Barack Obama didn't wait long after Tuesday's devastating elections to give critics another reason to question his leadership, but this time the subject matter was more grim than a pair of governorships.

After news broke out of the shooting at the Fort Hood Army post in Texas, the nation watched in horror as the toll of dead and injured climbed. The White House was notified immediately and by late afternoon, word went out that the president would speak about the incident prior to a previously scheduled appearance. At about 5 p.m., cable stations went to the president. The situation called for not only his trademark eloquence, but also grace and perspective.

But instead of a somber chief executive offering reassuring words and expressions of sympathy and compassion, viewers saw a wildly disconnected and inappropriately light president making introductory remarks. At the event, a Tribal Nations Conference hosted by the Department of Interior's Bureau of Indian affairs, the president thanked various staffers and offered a "shout-out" to "Dr. Joe Medicine Crow -- that Congressional Medal of Honor winner." Three minutes in, the president spoke about the shooting, in measured and appropriate terms. Who is advising him?


It's a bit surprising that an NBC affiliate, out of Chicago no less, would criticize Hussein this way. But the clueless imbeciles still don't understand that it has nothing to do with who's "advising" him.

The most anti-defense, anti-military president in American history wasn't "advised" to show this kind of disrespect towards the military. It's in his DNA.

Waaaaaah! It's All Bush's Fault!

The Crybaby-in-Chief marked the first anniversary of his election by telling a hand-picked crowd of supporters that his total failure to accomplish anything is George W. Bush's fault.

"One year ago, Americans all across this country went to the polls and cast ballots for the future they wanted to see," the Crybaby said.

But he said his administration was also confronted with a "financial crisis that threatened to plunge our economy into a Great Depression, the worst that we've seen in generations."

"We had record deficits, two wars, frayed alliances around the world," the Crybaby added.

Pathetic jackass.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Spin: Neither gubernatorial election amounted to a referendum on the president

The Washington Post writes:

Neither gubernatorial election amounted to a referendum on the president, but the changing shape of the electorates in both states and the shifts among key constituencies revealed cracks in the Obama 2008 coalition and demonstrated that, at this point, Republicans have the more energized constituency heading into next year's midterm elections.

Nice try, but we're not buying it.

Wonder if the Post is even aware that Obama made 5 - FIVE - trips to New Jersey to help out his "good friend" Corzine, and was handed a 5-point defeat for his trouble. Whenever a President invests that much political capital in a local race, it is ridiculous to dismiss the idea that the election was, in part, a referendum on that President.

But calling the Washington Post ridiculous is like calling the sky blue.

Spin: Rebuke of Corzine? No - Rebuke of Obama

Moran: N.J.'s election of 'unapologetic conservative' marks personal rebuke of Corzine

The era of Jon Corzine — as senator, governor and the state’s most unabashed liberal leader — ended tonight at the hands of a political neophyte who ran as an unapologetic conservative.

It was the first Democratic loss in a statewide race in more than a decade, one that gives Republicans the ability to raise money and rebuild, to reshape the Supreme Court, to finally exercise some real power after their long years in the wilderness.


Mr. Moran seems to have forgotten that The One made 5 - FIVE - visits to New Jersey to get Corzine elected. In the end, that seems to have had 0 - ZERO - effect, as Christie won with a bigger margin than any of the polls were showing. But curiously, Moran makes NO MENTION of Obama in this article at all!

Republican Chris Christie ousts Jon Corzine in N.J. governor's race

Republican Chris Christie, a corporate lawyer turned crusading federal prosecutor, was elected New Jersey’s 55th governor last night, ousting Jon Corzine, an unpopular but well-funded incumbent, in a race viewed as an early referendum on President Obama.