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Welcome to America via Proposed Democrat Amnesty Bill

The link below is Lou Dobbs reporting on what Minority Leader Boehner calls Manure, crap, literally sh_t.  To you blue dog Democrats, find the Founding Fathers values as yours and come on over to the GOP NOW!  Help take this country back from our Enemy
R. George Dunn
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Friends if I did not know that horrible evil was behind all this, I would call it total dementia.
Pedro Sr

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Subject: CNN News, not Fox -- You won't believe this!!

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"WE NOTICED" President Obama


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This  was written by Sherry Hackett, Buddy  Hackett's widow........


President Obama:

Today I read of your administrations' plan to  re-define September 11 as a National Service Day. Sir, it's time we had a talk.........

During your campaign, Americans watched as you  made mockery of our tradition of standing and crossing your  heart when the Pledge of Allegiance was spoken. You, out of four people on the stage, were the only one  not honoring our tradition.

YES, "We noticed." 

During one of your many speeches, Americans heard you say that  you intended to visit all 57 states. 
We all know that Islam, not America has 57  states.

YES, "We noticed." 

When President Bush leaned over at Ground Zero and gently  placed a flower on the memorial, while you nonchalantly  tossed your flower onto the pile without leaning  over.

YES, "We noticed." 

Every time you apologized to other countries for America 's position on an issue we have wondered why you don't share our  pride in this great country. When you have heard foreign leaders  berate our country and our beliefs, you have not defended us. In  fact, you insulted the British Crown beyond belief.

YES, "We noticed." 

When your pastor of 20 years, "God-damned America " and said  that 9/11 was "America's chickens coming home to roost"  and you denied having heard recriminations of that nature, we  wondered how that could be. You later disassociated yourself  from that church and Pastor Wright because it was politically  expedient to do so.

YES, "We noticed."

When you announced that you would transform America ,  we wondered why. With all her faults, America is the  greatest country on earth. Sir, KEEP THIS IN MIND, "if not for  America and the people who built her, you wouldn't be sitting in  the White House now." Prior to your election to the highest  office in this Country, you were a senator from Illinois and  from what we can glean from the records available, not a very  remarkable one.

YES, "We noticed." 

All through your campaign and even now, you have surrounded  yourself with individuals who are basically unqualified for  the positions for which you appointed them. Worse than that, the  majority of them are people who, like you, bear no special allegiance, respect, or affection for this country and her  traditions.

YES, "We noticed."

You are 9 months into your term and every morning millions  of Americans wake up to a new horror heaped on us by you. You seek  to saddle working Americans with a health care/insurance  reform package that, along with cap and trade, will bankrupt  this nation.

YES, "We noticed."

We seek, by protesting,  to let our representatives know that we are not in favor of  these crippling expenditures and we are  labeled "un-American","racist", "mob". We wonder how we are supposed  to let you know how frustrated we are. You have attempted to  make our protests seem isolated and insignificant. Until  your appointment, Americans had the right to speak  out.

YES, "We noticed."

On September 11, 2001 there were no Republicans  or Democrats, only Americans. And we all grieved together and  helped each other in whatever way we could. The attack on 9/11  was carried out because we are Americans. 
And YES, "We noticed." 

There were many of us who prayed that as a black president you could help unite this nation. In six months you have done  more to destroy this nation than the attack on 9/11. You have  failed us.

YES, "We noticed."

September 11 is a day of remembrance for all  Americans. You propose to make 9/11 a "National Service Day".  While we know that you don't share our reverence for 9/11, we  pray that history will report your proposal as what it is...a  disgrace.

YES, "We noticed."

You have made a mockery of  our Constitution and the office that you hold. You have  embarrassed and slighted us in foreign visits  and policy.
YES, "We noticed.."

We have noticed all these things. We will deal with you. When Americans come together again, it will be to remove  you from office.

Take notice.
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Wow. Are Conservatives taking over the GOP?
Wow. Are Conservatives taking over the GOP?

Wow. Dede Scozzafava withdraws from the race for the congressional seat in New York's 23rd District. Even more surprising: Scozzafava yesterday endorsed the Democratic candidate, Bill Owens!

Washington Examiner reports (citing a Watertown Daily News report) the liberal Republican was lobbied to endorse Owens by Rahm Emanuel and Sen. Charles Schumer. Wow...

...Ok, so what's the right way for conservatives (yes, "Tea-Partyers") to take back the GOP in planning for future elections? I wrote about it a couple of months ago.
Erick Erickson, Managing Editor of, issued a challenge to those Tea Party-ers committed to staying completely absolutely uncommitted to the Republican Party.
We got to the tea parties.
[Now] We have to stick together.

What do you do after the Tea Parties? Let me suggest something….

We need a coup.
I'm not talking about government….
We need a coup of the political parties.

How many of you who went to a tea party then showed up and became a precinct captain at your local political parties?
The inference is… not many. So Erickson talks about his local Republican party, where 2/3 of the precincts are without the critical precinct captain...
My comment:
Taking back the GOP to founding Father mentality is the wise way.  Why build a new barn when all you have to do is clean the one you have?  Also, take down the tent.  We have plenty of room for all the majority known as conservatives in our Barn, the GOP. 
Stay active and keep up the vigil and do not let any Republican get away with being a RINO, Republican In Name Only.  It is principle or die, to acquiesce our principle is to fail anyway.  Look how far we have fallen in the past 66 years.  And by the Way God is not dead, he is Alive~
R. George Dunn
P.S.  Became a precinct delegate in 2008.  The NY23 appointment of DeDe Scozzafava was done by closed door good ole boy politics.  End it and make being a delegate the powerhouse it is again.  Take back the electoral college at the grassroots.

There is HOPE!

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Planned Parenthood Director Quits After Watching Abortion on Ultrasound

Monday, November 02, 2009
Joseph Abrams

Abby Johnson, 29, stands outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Bryan, Tex., alongside Shawn Carney of the Campaign for Life. Johnson quit after watching an ultrasound of an abortion.

The former director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in southeast Texas says she had a "change of heart" after watching an abortion last month — and she quit her job and joined a pro-life group in praying outside the facility.

Abby Johnson, 29, used to escort women from their cars to the clinic in the eight years she volunteered and worked for Planned Parenthood in Bryan, Texas. But she says she knew it was time to leave after she watched a fetus "crumple" as it was vacuumed out of a patient's uterus in September.

'When I was working at Planned Parenthood I was extremely pro-choice," Johnson told But after seeing the internal workings of the procedure for the first time on an ultrasound monitor, "I would say there was a definite conversion in my heart ... a spiritual conversion."

Johnson said she became disillusioned with her job after her bosses pressured her for months to increase profits by performing more and more abortions, which cost patients between $505 and $695.

"Every meeting that we had was, 'We don't have enough money, we don't have enough money — we've got to keep these abortions coming,'" Johnson told "It's a very lucrative business and that's why they want to increase numbers."

A spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood told that it offers a range of services at it 850 health centers nationwide, providing pregnancy tests, vaccinations and women's health services, "including wellness exams, breast and cervical cancer screenings, contraception, and STD testing and treatment."

"Planned Parenthood's focus is on prevention," wrote Diane Quest, the group's National Media Director. "Nationwide, more than 90% of the health care Planned Parenthood affiliates provide is preventive in nature," explaining that a "core component the organization's mission is to help women plan healthy pregnancies and prevent unintended pregnancies."

But Johnson said her bosses told her to change her "priorities" and focus on abortions, which she said made money for the office at a time when the recession has left them hurting.

"For them there's not a lot of money in education," she said. "There's as not as much money in family planning as there is abortion."

Without a doctor in residence, she said, her clinic offered abortions only two days a month, but the doctor could perform 30 to 40 procedures on each day he was there. Johnson estimated that each abortion could net the branch about $350, adding up to more than $10,000 a month.

"The majority of the money was going to the facility," she said.

Johnson said she never got any orders to increase profits in e-mails or letters, and had no way to prove her allegations about practices at the Bryan branch. She told that pressure came in personal interactions with her regional manager from the larger Houston office.

But she said she got involved with the clinic "to help women and ... [do] the right thing," and the idea of raking in cash seemed to go against what she felt was the mission of the 93-year-old organization.

"Ideally my goal as the facility's director is that your abortion numbers don't increase," because "you're providing so much family planning and so much education that there is not a demand for abortion services.

"But that was not their goal," she said.

A spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood refused to answer questions about Johnson's accusations, but released a statement noting that a district court had issued a temporary restraining order against the former branch director and against the Coalition for Life, an anti-abortion group with which Johnson is now affiliated.

"We regret being forced to turn to the courts to protect the safety and confidentiality of our clients and staff, however, in this instance it is absolutely necessary," said spokeswoman Rochelle Tafolla.

It is unclear what made Planned Parenthood seek the restraining order. Johnson said she did not intend to release any sensitive information about her former patients at the clinic.

A hearing is set for Nov. 10 to determine whether a judge will order an injunction against Johnson and the Coalition for Life, which has led protests outside the clinic and joined her in a prayer vigil there last month.

Johnson hasn't found a job since she quit on Oct. 6, but she said she's enjoying the time off to be with her 3-year-old daughter.

"It's been great just to spend some time at home and get a break," she said.,2933,571215,00.html


The former director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in southeast Texas says she had a "change of heart" after watching an abortion last month — and she quit her job and joined a pro-life group in praying outside the facility.