Democrat Candidate, Gary Peters, Threatens Licenses of TV Stations That Ran Anti-ObamaCare ads

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In keeping with the fine democrat tradition of silencing dissent, the campaign of candidate Gary Peters is reportedly threatening the operating licenses of TV stations that have run ads critical of ObamaCare.  Here is one of those ads…

Here is a link to the threatening correspondence. 

In the end, this is how democrats work.  When their policies fail, they take several paths.  They can blame others.  They can deny that it is happening.  Or, they can simply punish anyone who discusses it.  Forget that this women might die because her policy, that she LIKED, was cancelled because it was not compliant with ObamaCare.  Forget that the replacement plan, that is ObamaCare compliant, is so expensive that she can’t afford it.  Forget all of that, and punish anyone who talks about it. Gary Peters is just the latest in a long line to invoke this strategy.  Somewhere, in the cheap seats of Hell, Stalin nods in approval.

That, my friends, is how the democratic party operates.

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CPAC 2013 Videos: Rand Paul CPAC Speech

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Rand Paul followed up on his filibuster with a great speech at CPAC…

I think we have to watch Rand Paul.  He is clearly a great communicator, and has potential as a candidate for POTUS.

 

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Thaddeus McCotter

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I’ve heard of Thaddeus McCotter before, and have seen excerpts of his speeches.  I know that he has some fans, but he’s very little known.  He is, however, running, so I thought a closer look was in order.  So, here is his speech from last week’s Iowa Straw Poll.

While I don’t find him to be electrifying, he does make good points, and would seem to have a good grasp on Conservative ideology.  Of course, at this point, he doesn’t seem to have a chance, but we ought to look at everyone.

What do all of you think?

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A Tale ofTwo Stories: Rick Perry Electrifies Conservatives, Brings Light Bulbs back to Texas

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I have to admit that I don’t know all that much about Texas Governor Rick Perry.  But after these two stories, I’ll be giving him a closer look.

First up, Governor Perry lit it up at the recent Republican Leadership Conference.  Another Black Conservative has the video.

(Note that I could not get the original video to embed, so I got another version from YouTube)

I thought it was a rather good speech.   He has some pluses, like the fact that  Texans are creating most of the new private sector jobs in the country, and I don’t think they’re the McJobs that are approximately half of the total.

Then, Perry did something that will endear him to many.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry today signed a law that will free Texans from the federal government’s impending incandescent light bulb ban:

The measure, sent to Gov. Rick Perry for consideration [he subsequently signed it], lets any incandescent light bulb manufactured in Texas – and sold in that state – avoid the authority of the federal government or the repeal of the 2007 energy independence act that starts phasing out some incandescent light bulbs next year.

Texas wasn’t the first state to explore this kind of legislation: South Carolina has advanced a similar bill and, last year, the Arizona legislature passed a bill to the same effect — but Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed it.

In other words, Perry “un-banned” incandescent light bulbs in Texas.  Asserting some state rights will endear him to Conservatives, so I have to think that this is a plus.  Of course, some lib will buy some light bulbs, and take them to another state, so the Feds can claim interstate commerce, but it ought to be an interesting demonstration of the will of a state to resist the reach of the Federal Government.

I can find nothing wrong with that.

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