Forward! Obama, the food-stamp president, is hawking …food stamps – most illegal alien families are using American welfare programs
by DA_King
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September 19, 2012 08:03 AM | 55552 views | 50 50 comments | 38 38 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

AUDIO Update: Added Sept 19, 2012: Hear babbling Ruler Obama boast that he “actually agrees with redistribution…”   



A supplement to MDJ commentary: Barack Hussein Obama - the food-stamp president - is hawking that taxpayer provided program on foreign language radio. Don’t miss the Fox News video.

Most illegal alien families use some sort of American welfare program and the myth of “cheap labor” is nonsense. It is really taxpayer subsidized labor. The part about “looking for a better life” is quite true.

Are productive, tax-paying Americans in search of a better life better off now than they were four years ago?

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Lib in Cobb
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October 02, 2012
This in earlier today. "PA Judge Blocks voter ID law".

The Associated Press

The Daily Beast

Another win for the good guys!

More drooling for DA.
Lib in Cobb
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October 02, 2012
DA: Governor Jerry Brown of CA, signed an order yesterday giving the undocumented who have qualified for the Presidential Dream Act the ability to secure driver's licenses.

Drooling yet?
anonymous
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September 24, 2012
D.A., Obama thinks he is ruler of the world, thus these foreign language commercials he's running. After all, his campaign runs on huge sums of foreign contributions, right? So why not?

My favorite Obama foreign ad is the one where he attacks an American citizen for exercising his right to free speech (the anti-Muslim film he's blaming for all the violence on the Arab street...which should really be called the Arab open sewer). O and Clinton should have received Emmys last night for their excellent apology commercial.

He hasn't paid MY mortgage yet, has he paid YOURS?
Lib in Cobb
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September 24, 2012
South Carolina is another state which has been challenged in Federal court regarding voter fraud. If this problem is so widespread, why have we not seen the proof, other than the TWO cases produced by Hans.

You will notice that the majority of these voter ID laws are being produced in RED states. Why is that? Are the red states so afraid that that they can't win the upcoming election without preventing people from voting?

The GOP is again demonstrating their desperation.

The panel of state court judges in Ohio asked the question of the state's attorney, "What's the rush"? Well, the rush is, OH is a swing state and the state is attempting to limit as many people as they can who may vote for President Obama. The very same question can be asked in PA and FL and TX.

If voter fraud is so widespread then where is the proof of widespread voter fraud? TWO cases over a 6 or 8 year period is not a trend.
Lib in Cobb
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September 22, 2012
Hans: Since you have spent so much energy posting these TWO cases of voter fraud, why don't we just subtract the votes cast by these two hardened criminals. I am certain that the subtraction will cause no change in the results of the elections in question.

Since you are so concerned about these TWO cases, it would be very appropriate for you go to the authorities and demand recounts in every election which may have been compromised. Get back to us when the results are in.

By the way, DA can use some help screaming at passing cars.
Lib in Cobb
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September 22, 2012
Hans: OK, you've got us, I am going to give up, I surrender. You have cited TWO cases of voter fraud which were the result of extensive investigations. TWO, WOW!!!

Hardly worth the effort. The Brennan Center for Social Justice at NYU Law School has determined that we are more likely to be struck by lightning than see voter fraud.

If you are going to spend the time posting proof positive of voter fraud try to cite some significant numbers. TWO cases are not real numbers. Your post does nothing more than to convince others that you are stretching for the proof.
HansVon
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September 21, 2012
Liberals who frequently claim that there is no such thing as voter fraud or ballots cast by ineligible voters were served yet another dose of reality by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals this week. On August 22, the court released two decisions concerning noncitizens who registered and voted illegally in federal elections.

In Kimani v. Holder, the court refused to grant review of an immigration petition. Kimani was a citizen of Kenya who entered the U.S. in 2000 on a visitor’s visa. He did not leave when the visa expired. Instead, three years later, he got married, and his wife applied for a visa on his behalf. In addition to the fact that he stayed in the U.S. illegally after his visa had expired, he also violated federal law by registering and voting in the 2004 general election. If he had simply continued to reside in the U.S. illegally without applying for a visa, his voting would probably have never been discovered by DHS. It was only his application that led to an investigation of his voting and registration records.

Similarly, in Keathley v. Holder, Elizabeth Keathley, a Philippine citizen, married an American in 2003 in the Philippines. She received a nonimmigrant visa that allowed her to live in the U.S. while waiting for her application for permanent residence to be considered. But she also registered and voted in the 2006 general election. The Court did grant her a review based on her unsupported claim that an Illinois DMV official told her it was ok to register and vote.

Lib in Cobb
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September 21, 2012
Yes, I am better off than four years ago. As Kevin has very adequately explained the stock market is back. I will thank President Obama for that and you can thank him also.
Kevin Foley
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September 19, 2012
A little memory jog for Mr. King from September 28, 2008:

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Stocks skidded Monday, with the Dow slumping nearly 778 points, in the biggest single-day point loss ever, after the House rejected the government's $700 billion bank bailout plan.

The day's loss knocked out approximately $1.2 trillion in market value, the first post-$1 trillion day ever, according to a drop in the Dow Jones Wilshire 5000, the broadest measure of the stock market.

Lib in Cobb
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September 19, 2012
Snake: Because you can hear the dog whistles being blown by DA. Undocumented immigrants don't vote. OK

The way that the Mittens campaign is going, our president wouldn't need the votes of the undocumented anyway.

Aunt: You can join DA the next time he screams at the passing cars. More undocumented immigrants have left GA due to the economic downturn than the new laws. That is something that you can't grasp because you too only listen to dog whistles.
Snake Eater
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September 19, 2012
Obama admits to being a collectivist - the lazy-crazies will vote for him to get more stufff from working Americans. Illegal aliens will vote for him too.

Really good work DA!
Aunt Gawdy
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September 18, 2012
Lib, you are so slow that you can't see that the wildly biased AJC is making empties like you focus on what they call "show me your papers" (like they do in Mexico)- a small part of the law DA worked on last year, when the rest of the 23 sections of the law is in ful bloom. Lib, you are a classic AJC reader and a natural Obama voter.

Jeremy Redmon is a dishonest and long-time propagandist hired to tell idiots like you what to believe. I enjoy knowing that you know that many illegal aliens have left Georgia because of what DA does.
Lib in Cobb
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September 17, 2012
DA: In an article in today's AJC regarding immigration enforcement. GA State Patrol Lt. Kermit Stokes stated, "Enforcing the law will be up to each patrolman. That is up to the troopers discretion".

You had better state screaming at the passing GA State Patrol cars, they have not yet heard your message.

Good luck, have a nice day.
Lib in Cobb
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September 14, 2012
DA: Did you see how badly O'Reilly twisted the results of the FOX presidential poll, where President Obama came out 5 points up over Mittens?

A FOX POLL had President Obama 5 points up! Did you see that DA?
Lib in Cobb
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September 14, 2012
@Old Vet: We don't have a war on Muslims, we are fighting terrorists who happen to be Muslim. Get it? Probably not.
Old Vet
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September 12, 2012
I DID NOT FIGHT FOR THIS COUNTRY TO SEE CRAZY AMERICAN LIBERALS KILL IT!

9/11 - leftist haters attack America -and the bored, nearly brainless 'Lib in Cobb' has appointed herself the voice of the far left here on this blog.

Hey Lib: How about that 9/11 attack 2012 and the apology from your boy for how mean we Americans are for causing the muslimsssssssss to kill our diplomat? Let loose Lib, we all need the levity.

D.A. King: THANK YOU!
Lib in Cobb
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September 12, 2012
The GOP talking heads are starting to eat their own. Yesterday, Rush compared Mittens to Elmer Fudd. On Monday,Laura Ingraham stated, "If you can't beat Obama with his record, shut the party down". Sounds reasonable to me.
Lib in Cobb
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September 11, 2012
The news about the Reuters poll was so good, I just had to post it twice.
Lib in Cobb
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September 11, 2012
Polls are way up for our president and in a new Reuters poll released this morning, 38% of southern whites don't like Mittens.

Not good for those who can hear dog whistles.
Lib in Cobb
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September 11, 2012
A Reuters poll released this morning shows that 38% of southern whites don't like Mittens. The poll was taken in 11 southern states over several months.

Not good for the dog whistle crowd.
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