Nathan R. Jessup

Posts Tagged ‘lies’

Lunch More Important Than Truth-Al Gore Pleads The 5th

In America, global warming, Government Lies on April 13, 2010 at 10:38 am

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(By Nathan R. Jessup)

(Special thanks to Gateway Pundit for the video)

Recently, Jesse Watters (Producer of the O’Reilly Factor) caught up with Al Gore before lunch.  Needless to say, the Goracle had little to say.

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Keeping Up With The Obamas

In America, Government Lies, Obama on April 8, 2010 at 6:50 pm

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(By Nathan R. Jessup)

(Hat tip to BlogProf for the video)

Doublethink: “The power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.”  -George Orwell (1984)


Racist Tea Party Exposed!-Well, The Truth Finally Came Out

In America, Government Lies, Health Care, Tea Party on April 2, 2010 at 10:33 am

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(By Joanne Galloway)

“A lie told often enough becomes the truth.”
Lenin, Russian Communist politician & revolutionary (1870 – 1924)

Like them or hate them – you have to admit that there is an effort being made to demonize the Tea Party movement as racists, gun toting thugs, and right wing militia fringe.

I have been to two rallies in Washington DC with the Tea Party and 9-12 movements. September 12, 2009 and March 20, 2010. In my personal observation of the Tea Party:

Megyn Kelly Grills The Stupid Out Of Stupak

In abortion, America, Breaking News, Congress, Corruption, Government Lies, Health Care, Obama, US Senate on March 22, 2010 at 10:06 pm

(By Nathan R. Jessup)

Megyn Kelly of FOX News interviews Bart Stupak for the first time since his cowardly vote.  Stupak, in a feeble effort to defend his indefensible position, gives away his hand.  Kelly explains the bill got 219 yes votes and needed only 216 to pass; she then goes on to say that Stupak and his pro-lie contingency would have prevented the bill’s passage.  The good news about the most corrupt Congress in history?  The American public is getting damn good at recognizing a liar.

UPDATE: Fireandreamitchell.com has the story

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[VIDEO] Stupak Didn't Know The Cameras Were Rolling-Pathetic

In abortion, Corruption, Government Lies, Health Care, US Senate on March 22, 2010 at 6:36 pm

(By Nathan R. Jessup)

(Thanks to the Lonely Conservative for digging up this video)

Supposedly, Bart Stupak is a rare pro-life Democrat-or is he?  Last year Stupak addressed a frustrated crowd in Cheboygan, MI.  Much to the chagrin of those in attendance, Supak explains he will still vote in favor of the health care bill even if it includes federal funding for abortions.  Boy, this guy sure is a man of conviction eh? Are you kidding me??!!  We, as Americans need to be more diligent and thorough in researching our elected officials.

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[VIDEO] Stupak Didn’t Know The Cameras Were Rolling-Pathetic

In abortion, Corruption, Government Lies, Health Care, US Senate on March 22, 2010 at 6:36 pm

(By Nathan R. Jessup)

(Thanks to the Lonely Conservative for digging up this video)

Supposedly, Bart Stupak is a rare pro-life Democrat-or is he?  Last year Stupak addressed a frustrated crowd in Cheboygan, MI.  Much to the chagrin of those in attendance, Supak explains he will still vote in favor of the health care bill even if it includes federal funding for abortions.  Boy, this guy sure is a man of conviction eh? Are you kidding me??!!  We, as Americans need to be more diligent and thorough in researching our elected officials.

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[VIDEO] Stupak Didn't Know The Cameras Were Rolling-Pathetic

In abortion, Corruption, Government Lies, Health Care, US Senate on March 22, 2010 at 6:36 pm

(By Nathan R. Jessup)

(Thanks to the Lonely Conservative for digging up this video)

Supposedly, Bart Stupak is a rare pro-life Democrat-or is he?  Last year Stupak addressed a frustrated crowd in Cheboygan, MI.  Much to the chagrin of those in attendance, Supak explains he will still vote in favor of the health care bill even if it includes federal funding for abortions.  Boy, this guy sure is a man of conviction eh? Are you kidding me??!!  We, as Americans need to be more diligent and thorough in researching our elected officials.

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Harry Reid's Past Comes Back To Haunt Him

In America, Congress, Government Lies, Health Care, Obama, US Senate on February 24, 2010 at 8:28 pm

Under the Bush Administration Reid explained:

“When legislation is supported by the majority of Americans it eventually overcomes the filibuster’s delay. But, when legislation only has the support of the minority the filibuster slows the legislation, prevents the Senate from ramming it through, and gives the American people enough time to join the opposition. The filibuster is far from a procedural gimmick it’s part of the fabric of this institution we call the Senate.  It was well known in Colonial legislature before we became a country and it’s an integral part of our Country’s 214 year history. The roots of the filibuster are found in the the Constitution and in our own rules. In establishing each house of Congress, Article 1 Section 5 the Constitution states: each house may determine its rules.  And in crafting the rules of the Senate, Senators establish the right to extended debate.”

What would you like us to believe: The filibuster is a necessary tool in crafting legislation OR it’s simply a Republican gimmick being used to block much-needed reform?

Harry Reid’s Past Comes Back To Haunt Him

In America, Congress, Government Lies, Health Care, Obama, US Senate on February 24, 2010 at 8:28 pm

Under the Bush Administration Reid explained:

“When legislation is supported by the majority of Americans it eventually overcomes the filibuster’s delay. But, when legislation only has the support of the minority the filibuster slows the legislation, prevents the Senate from ramming it through, and gives the American people enough time to join the opposition. The filibuster is far from a procedural gimmick it’s part of the fabric of this institution we call the Senate.  It was well known in Colonial legislature before we became a country and it’s an integral part of our Country’s 214 year history. The roots of the filibuster are found in the the Constitution and in our own rules. In establishing each house of Congress, Article 1 Section 5 the Constitution states: each house may determine its rules.  And in crafting the rules of the Senate, Senators establish the right to extended debate.”

What would you like us to believe: The filibuster is a necessary tool in crafting legislation OR it’s simply a Republican gimmick being used to block much-needed reform?

Harry Reid's Past Comes Back To Haunt Him

In America, Congress, Government Lies, Health Care, Obama, US Senate on February 24, 2010 at 8:28 pm

Under the Bush Administration Reid explained:

“When legislation is supported by the majority of Americans it eventually overcomes the filibuster’s delay. But, when legislation only has the support of the minority the filibuster slows the legislation, prevents the Senate from ramming it through, and gives the American people enough time to join the opposition. The filibuster is far from a procedural gimmick it’s part of the fabric of this institution we call the Senate.  It was well known in Colonial legislature before we became a country and it’s an integral part of our Country’s 214 year history. The roots of the filibuster are found in the the Constitution and in our own rules. In establishing each house of Congress, Article 1 Section 5 the Constitution states: each house may determine its rules.  And in crafting the rules of the Senate, Senators establish the right to extended debate.”

What would you like us to believe: The filibuster is a necessary tool in crafting legislation OR it’s simply a Republican gimmick being used to block much-needed reform?