Sen. Harry Reid is a Total Moron

Harry Reid defends ‘domestic terrorists’ comments

Sen. Harry Reid(CNN) – In a blunt exchange that hit on a major American divide, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democrat from Nevada, stood by his comments that militia groups involved in a ranch standoff are “domestic terrorists,” while the state’s Republican senator, Dean Heller, replied that he considers them “patriots.”

The two men appeared Friday afternoon on KSNV’s “What’s Your Point?” question-and-answer show. SOURCE

Ladies and Gentlemen, I am going to say this as nicely as I possibly can; Harry Reid is a total MORON. I say that with apologies to ALL morons.

Harry Reid Domestic Terror

To the people of Nevada; I know all the excuses, I have heard ALL about how the decent folks of Nevada don’t support Reid and how he is in office because of Union support in Las Vegas, and that may be well and true, but for crying out loud, how damned stupid can the Union people actually be?

Harry Reid is an embarrassment to the entire state of Nevada, and I have a lot of trouble making myself believe that there’s not enough GOP and Conservative support there to get that old reprobate out of office.

Just to let my readers know; even though they have some good writers and great content I rarely use The Examiner as a source because they have entirely too many pop-ups and are difficult to navigate, but in this case, because it’s Charlie Daniels, I made a rare exception.

Charlie Daniels: Harry Reid should be in jail for ‘impersonating an American’

On Thursday; Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid called supporters of the Bundy ranch “domestic terrorists” and questioned their patriotism. Country music star Charlie Daniels responded the same day with a tweet saying Reid should be in jail for “impersonating an American.”

“Harry Reid you should be put in jail for impersonating an American,” he tweeted. SOURCE

If you want to know what is wrong with America look no further than Washington, DC., New York, California and the Democratic Party and its leadership.

Nevada; Harry Reid needs to go, for the good of this entire nation, but most of us can’t do a thing to get him out of office, most of us don’t live in Nevada, but you do, and YOU can, just get out the vote. Do whatever it takes. Harry Reid has got to go!

Posted in America 1st | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 15 Comments

Jews in Ukraine Told To Register or Leave?

Pro-Russian official denies involvement in notice telling Jews to register, aide says

A spokesman for a pro-Russian official whose name was on flyers telling Jews in one restive Ukrainian city to register denied that their organization had any role in the leaflets — and accused pro-Ukrainian groups of orchestrating the controversy.

The leaflets were first reported in Israel’s Ynet News. The news site said the notices were circulating in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, demanding that Jews register — as well as provide a list of property they own — or else face deportation and revocation of citizenship. Pro-Russian activists have asserted partial control over some government buildings in that city.

Ynet reported that the notices, sent as the Passover holiday began, were signed by Denis Pushilin, chairman of Donetsk’s temporary government.

But a spokesman for Pushilin told Fox News their organization denies being behind the flyers or distributing them. The spokesman accused pro-Ukrainian groups of circulating them as a false flag operation to cause an international incident. SOURCE

Of course I realize that there is a lot of denial in the original story, but wait just a doggone minute; haven’t we heard this story before, or read it in a World History class when we were still in school, in schools that actually taught history and not some brash political manifesto? Didn’t Adolf Hitler and the NAZIs deny that THEY were Jew haters too?

JUDE

That’s right, I remember now, it was the NAZI government demanding Jews register, and it wasn’t too long afterwards the registration didn’t matter. The Jews were hauled away to death camps and concentration/work camps because in spite of all the denials, the NAZI Party was rife with anti Semitism.


Is this about to happen again or are we being fed a line of propaganda? Are we willing to sit idly by and let another Holocaust happen in this day and time?

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out — Because I was not a Socialist. Continue reading

Posted in World News | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Politics and the Bundy Ranch Standoff

Republican presidential hopefuls steer clear of Nevada ranch fight

Cliven BundyGOP presidential hopefuls are largely steering clear of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s fight with the federal government.

The showdown, which left armed militia members and feds staring each other down last week, has captivated talk radio and cable news shows, turning Bundy into a conservative cause célèbre.

Yet Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and former Arkansas Governor and 2008 presidential candidate Mike Huckabee are the only big-name GOP stars to have spoken out on the dispute so far.

Tea Party favorite Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has been silent, and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) have also not commented on Bundy, who has been fighting the federal government in and out of court for more than 20 years over his refusal to pay grazing fees. SOURCE

In regards to the Cliven Bundy event in Nevada I am not going to say too much either way about who is right and who is wrong. Truthfully, I don’t know and neither do any of the multitudes of bloggers and sensationalists that have knocked out volumes about this stand-off, its causes and its outcome.

I do know that at this time nothing has been settled, one way or another.

I DO believe that there is a lot of *politics* being played out on the grand stage of life and as with any theater, it’s all in the interpretation.

Is it wise for politicians to stay quiet over this dustup in Nevada? Some seem to think so.

All three offices did not respond to calls for this story.

GOP strategists suggested that Bundy’s case is far too risky for most candidates eyeing the presidency, particularly given the possibility of armed conflict with federal police.

“The Republican Party’s very sympathetic to Cliven Bundy’s property rights, states’ rights argument,” said strategist Ford O’Connell, who worked on John McCain’s 2008 campaign. “But many Republicans also prize the rule of law above all else. Right or wrong, Bundy had his day in court and lost.”

A strong belief in the *rule of law* is why I am having difficulty with all the reasons why, from both sides.

We know Mr. Bundy has had his day in court, and we know that he has been ruled against. Even though this is *public land* it is MY understanding that the BLM and U.S. government can indeed charge Bundy for grazing rights. The courts seem to think so.

Bundy and his family may have been grazing cattle on this land for 150 years, but as I understand it, they don’t OWN the land, they aren’t even leasing; it is PUBLIC LAND and again, as I understand it, Bundy and family are basically *squatters*.

If Mr. Bundy did indeed hold title to this land and the federal government was seeking to remove him, from HIS land, then that could, and should be called a LAND GRAB, but if the land is NOT privately owned then Mr. Bundy is, in MY opinion, subject to paying fees or being evicted from property that is NOT his.

On the other hand; if Mr. Bundy were the LEGAL OWNER of this land, or if he were a lessor paying to graze his cattle on the land in question, and if the Federal government were to come in and attempt to illegally evict him, that would be, in MY opinion, a fight worth fighting and a cause worth supporting. Continue reading

Posted in Politics | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 24 Comments