Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Steve Peters Commentary - #3222 - Kaine Uses Irene as a Fundraising Hook - Bearing Drift (2) Jimmy Hoffa and Obama's WAR on America-GOP - "Let's Take These Son of ------- Out - Real Clear Politics

Following in the tradition of never letting a crisis go to waste, Democratic Senate candidate Tim Kaine has latched onto the controversy surrounding Rep. Eric Cantor’s remarks that federal funds spent on disaster relief should be offset with cuts elsewhere in the budget.  In an email missive to supporters and, for whatever reason, folks like me, Kaine’s copywriter thunders:  Eric Cantor and other members of Congress said they would only approve disaster relief assistance IF they could force through more spending cuts in Washington. This is the same kind of inappropriate negotiating tactics that nearly caused America to default on its financial obligations earlier this month. ............ what’s the real goal of this email?To raise money.  The ask is soft, but the large, red “CONTRIBUTE” button at the bottom of the form shows that Kaine is far less interested in sending Eric Cantor a message than he is in using Hurricane Irene’s aftermath as a fundraising hook.  Steve Peters:  Instead of rolling up his sleeves and helping his fellow Virginians with the double hit from mother nature, Governor TIm Kaine is sending out letters to Virginians asking to pick your pocket for campaign funds and slinging mud at our officials dealing with the disaster. Democrats are known to use any excuse to spend money,(they call it investment when they are using our money or raise taxes) but Tim Kaine's latest excuse should be taken for what it is, the well practiced euphemisms words of the past chairman of Obama's Democratic National Committee(DNC). Kaine, we are looking for real relief in Virginia, relief from all the regulation burdens and lousy Obama economic policies that you pushed and applauded while you were running the DNC. Kaine's endorsement of Obama for president "was claimed to be the first from a state-wide elected official outside of illinois." Maybe someone should be asking Tim if he wants to take any credit for the manmade disaster of an economy that Obama has brought down upon the American people. Will TIm will stand by his man, now that he is back living and campaigning in the red state of VIrginia? Will he stand by his words that ObamaCare was, "victory for the American people...calls Senate vote Historic....the onus is on the GOP to explain why.....Not one(Republican) voted in a favor of reform(ObamaCare)" No, the onus is on Kaine, to explain to Virginians about his left-wing partisan actions and behavior of the last three years.


Jimmy Hoffa and Obama's WAR on America-GOP - "Let's Take These Son of ------- Out - Real Clear Politics - Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa had some profane, combative words for Republicans while warming up the crowd for President Obama in Detroit, Michigan on Monday.  "We got to keep an eye on the battle that we face: The war on workers. And you see it everywhere, it is the Tea Party. And you know, there is only one way to beat and win that war. The one thing about working people is we like a good fight. And you know what? They've got a war, they got a war with us and there's only going to be one winner. It's going to be the workers of Michigan, and America. We're going to win that war," Jimmy Hoffa said to a heavily union crowd.  "President Obama, this is your army. We are ready to march. Let's take these son of ------- out and give America back to an America where we belong," Hoffa added.  Obama addressed the crowd shortly after Hoffa.  UPDATE: Obama Says He Is "Proud" Of Hoffa After Union Leader's Remarks.  Steve Peters:  I Agree with Teamster Thug-in-Chief Jimmy Hoffa, that we should draw the very clear distinct difference between, "them and us." Hoffa and his brown shirt union army got upset, when Obama and the Democrats could not give him 100% of what he wanted nationally. In the state by state battles, the union is losing ground, because it has been such a pig at the public tax trough, that not even the bluest of states like Wisconsin could tolerate their demands anymore. When Hoffa says to Obama, "this is your army....let us take the sons of ------- out," he really means it literally. The "sons of -------" Hoffa is referring to are the majority of America voters and taxpayers going to the polls and saying, no more handouts for the unions. He called out the Tea Party Movement in particular, because they have successfully pushed back on the unions demands, and stopped them from completely depleting the federal and state treasuries. Hoffa gave this warmup speech for Obama, who was next in line at the microphone. Below is a Brietbart video of Obama's reaction to Hoffa's speech, in which he said he was proud of Hoffa. Obama also went on to say that if the Republicans rejected his jobs proposals, then they were unpatriotic. So much for Obama's lies about national civility. Later in the day, Biden in Cincinnati called Americans attempting to stop the multi-billion dollar giveaways to the unions "Barbarians from the gate.....stop this onslaught..the other side has declared war on labor's house" This is an economic civil war between the takers of Obama and the producers in the country, which is going to get very ugly between now and the 2012 election. Prepare yourself, because they have declared war on you the producer, whether you want to participate or not. To see video from Breitbart of Hoffa's remarks......... To see video from Breitbart of Obama's remarks..........

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