Carr: Charlie Baker’s baying like a moonbat

September 7, 2014 in 2014 Primary, 2nd Amendment, Agenda 21, Amnesty, Bail Out, Climate Change, Election, Illegal Aliens, Immigration, Integrity, Jobs, Justice, Liberty, MA Political Machine, Political Class, Political Correctness, Political Courage, Political Deception, Political Incompetence, Political Machine, Political Overreach, Politics

Charlie BkerBoston Herald

Carr: Carlie Baker’s baying like a moonbat

Deval’s ‘twin’ on immigration

 

By:

Howie Carr

It’s time for Charlie Baker to make up his mind whose side he’s on.

The law-abiding taxpaying U.S. citizens, or the hordes of freeloading illegal aliens swarming across the Rio Grande.

The dithering GOP front-runner put his foot in his mouth again this week, at a debate where he was asked which current Republican politician is his role model.

Charlie’s brain froze up. Oh dear God, they would insist on a Republican. What a conundrum for a Harvard man, being asked to name a good Republican. First there was dead silence, then finally Charlie asked if he could pick Ronald Reagan. No, he was told, Dutch is dead. More silence. Finally he blurted out:

“Jeb Bush.”

Jeb Bush! Another Republican with an asterisk — a RINO. Jeb Bush has only said one memorable thing in his whole career, and that was when he said illegal immigration is “an act of love.”

A love of welfare, certainly.

Baker’s latest faux pas comes just a month after the Obama administration tried to dump hundreds if not thousands of undocumented Democrats on the commonwealth. Gov. Deval Patrick had invited them in — after all, the state only spends $1.8 billion a year on welfare for illegal aliens, so what’s another few hundred million per annum ad infinitum?

The elected officials in the communities that were going to be devastated by this influx of thousands of new Tsarnaevs raised holy hell. But Charlie Baker backed Deval, his fellow Harvard grad.

“I think it’s incumbent on the states to be cooperative with the federal government on this issue,” he said on July 21, “given the humanitarian crisis that’s at hand.”

Charlie, how about the humanitarian crisis facing the U.S. population, being forced to take in millions of disease-ridden, non-English-speaking, unskilled non-workers and having to support them forever? Whatever happened to charity begins at home? This is not their home, Charlie, it’s ours. How about that humanitarian crisis, Charlie?

“I think it’s important,” Charlie continued, “for the federal government to be very specific with the commonwealth about exactly how it’s going to work.”

Here’s how it’s going to work. We Americans will work, and they won’t. We’ll support ourselves, and we’ll support them.

Now, we know how Democrats feel about this — they’re hot to trot to import a new welfare-dependent underclass, to keep themselves in power. They’ve gone from being the party of the working class to being the party of the non-working class.

The other night on WBZ, Democrat candidate Don Berwick was asked if he’d ever heard of Matthew Denice, the Milford motorcyclist run down and killed by a drunken illegal. Berwick had no idea who this U.S. citizen victim was, and when he was told, this moonbat’s moonbat didn’t seem to care.

“You can pick anecdotes to make any point,” Berwick sniffed.

There you have it. Illegal alien wants handout — humanitarian crisis. American killed by drunk illegal alien on welfare — an anecdote.

Charlie, listen to me. You can’t get elected by trying to out-moonbat the moonbats. To paraphrase Harry S Truman, if you give voters a choice between a Democrat and a Democrat, they’ll pick the Democrat every time.

On St. Patrick’s Day at Halitosis Hall, Deval Patrick made a joke: “It turns out that Charlie Baker and I are identical twins.”

It also turns out, Deval wasn’t kidding.

See Howie tomorrow at Tina’s Delicious Ice Cream in Falmouth from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.

 

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Teacher Sues School Over Her “Crippling Fear” Of Young Kids! – Yes You Heard It Right!

January 14, 2013 in Hope and Change, Jobs, Nanny State, Obamanation, School, Union

TeacherAn Ohio high school teacher who claims to have a phobia of young children is  suing a school district for discrimination.

Maria C. Waltherr-Willard, 61, of Greenhills, is suing the Mariemont school  district, where she worked for 35 years, saying it discriminated against her  when it reassigned her in 2010 from its high school to its junior high and then  pressured her to resign, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported.

According to the paper, the suit is a discrimination claim based on her age  and disability — a rare phobia called pedophobia, an extreme fear or anxiety  around young children. Waltherr-Willard’s suit claims she has suffered from the  condition since the 1990s.

Waltherr-Willard, who teaches Spanish and French, experiences stress,  anxiety, chest pains, vomiting, nightmares and higher than healthy blood  pressure when she’s around young children, according to documents filed by  medical professionals, the Enquirer reported.

Last week, a federal judge dismissed three of the six claims in her lawsuit,  claims which alleged the school district violated an implied contract to keep  her from young students.

In court documents, Mariemont officials say they did not expect  Waltherr-Willard to resign when she did. They said she was replaced at the high  school by teachers who also were in their 50s.

Click for more from Cincinnati.com.

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The ‘Europe-ization’ Of America One Step Closer To Europe? Congress Passes Deal To Avert ‘Cliff”

January 2, 2013 in America's Collapse, Anarchy, Bail Out, Budget, Congress, Cooking the Books, Debt Crisis, Economic, Economic Deception, Economy, Fiscal Cliff, Government, Hope and Change, Jobs, Obama-Nomics, Politics

Cut NoneTaxes Are Going Up!! What Congress Past Was To Try To Keep some Taxes The same!!!!
One Step Closer To Europe? Congress Passes Deal To Avert ‘Cliff” – Stuart Varney
Smoking Mirrors There are No Cuts!!!

Here’s The Deal: $1 Spending Cuts For Every $10 In Tax Hikes
Tax And Spend – Deal Cuts $15 Billion, Raises Taxes $620 Billion
Here’s The Deal: $1 Spending Cuts For Every $10 In Tax Hikes – Judge Andrew Napolitano

Unemployment Rate fell to 7.8 Percent – New Math 1+1=1 Numbers Does Not Add Up!

October 5, 2012 in America's Collapse, Debt Crisis, DICTATORSHIP, Economic Deception, Economy, Impeachment, Jobs, President Obama, Propaganda

The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 7.8 percent last month, dropping below 8 percent for the first time in nearly four years. The rate declined because more people found work, a trend that could have an impact on undecided voters in the final month before the presidential election.   The Labor Department said Friday that employers added 114,000 jobs in September. The economy also created 86,000 more jobs in July and August than first estimated. Wages rose in September and more people started looking for work.

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The revisions show employers added 146,000 jobs per month from July through September, up from 67,000 in the previous three months. The unemployment rate fell from 8.1 percent in August, matching its level in January 2009 when President Obama took office.   The decline could help Obama, who is coming off a disappointing debate performance against GOP challenger Mitt Romney.   Stock futures rose modestly after the report. Dow Jones industrial average futures, up 30 points just before the report came out, were up 45 points after it was released.   The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note climbed to 1.73 percent from 1.68 percent just before the report, a sign that investors were more willing to embrace risk and moving money from bonds into stocks.   The job market has been improving, sluggishly but steadily. Jobs have been added for 24 straight months. There are now 325,000 more than when Obama took office.   The September gains were led by the health care industry, which added 44,000 jobs — the most since February. Transportation and warehousing also showed large gains. The revisions showed that governments actually added 63,000 jobs in July and August, compared with earlier estimates that showed losses.   Still, many of the jobs added last month were part time. The number of people with part-time jobs who wanted full-time work rose 7.5 percent to 8.6 million.

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Bernanke Expresses Concern About U.S. Jobs Market – Quantitative easing #3?

September 2, 2012 in Audit the Fed, Bail Out, Economic Deception, Economy, Jobs, Obama's America 2016

Bernanke’s  Fiscal Fix – Newyork Post (GroundHog Day)

 “He (Bernnke) has awakened every morning for the past four years & faced the same prblems-

and deal with them with the same solutions and came up with the same unacceptable Result”

Full Text: Bernanke’s Speech at Jackson Hole – Bellow

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Bernanke Speech jackson hole

Unemployment Rates Rises in 44 States – So Obama Doubles Down on Another Jobs Plan

August 18, 2012 in Debt Crisis, Economic Deception, Economy, Election, Jobs, ObamaCare, President Obama

Unemployment rates rose in 44 U.S. states in July, the most states to show a monthly increase in more than three years and a reflection of weak hiring nationwide.

The Labor Department says unemployment rates fell in only two states and were unchanged in four.

Unemployment rates rose in nine states that are considered battlegrounds in the presidential election. That trend, if it continued, could pose a threat to President Obama’s re-election bid in less than three months.
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Nationwide, hiring improved in July after three months of tepid hiring. But the national unemployment rate ticked up to 8.3 percent from 8.2 percent. Monthly job gains have averaged 150,000 this year. That’s barely enough to accommodate population growth. As a result, the unemployment rate is the same as when the year began.

Still, 31 states gained jobs in July, while 19 lost them. Unemployment rates can rise in a state even when more jobs are created if more people start looking for jobs. People who are out of work are counted as unemployed only if they’re looking for a job.

In the most closely contested states in the presidential race, unemployment has fallen over the past year. But it has started to tick up in recent months. In Nevada, the rate rose to 12 percent in July from 11.6 percent. That’s the highest rate in the nation, though it’s still much lower than a year ago, when it was 13.8 percent.

In Florida, the rate increased to 8.8 percent from 8.6 percent in June. Unemployment also increased in Virginia, North Carolina, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Colorado, Wisconsin and New Hampshire.

The rate was unchanged at 7.2 percent in Ohio, the only swing state that didn’t suffer an increase. Still, that rate is down sharply from 8.9 percent a year ago.

Some battleground states reported large job gains that could lead to lower unemployment rates in coming months. Michigan added 21,800 jobs, the second-largest increase in the nation, after California. Michigan’s gains were mostly in manufacturing and government. Virginia reported the third-largest increase, 21,3000, mainly in education and health care.

Most other battleground states added small numbers of jobs.

Unemployment rates and total jobs data are derived from two separate surveys and aren’t always consistent each month. But they tend to even out over time.

The economy hasn’t been growing fast enough to generate more hiring. It expanded at an annual rate of only 1.5 percent in the April-June quarter, down from 2 percent in the first quarter and 4.1 percent in the final three months of last year.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/08/17/unemployment-rates-rose-in-44-states-in-july-most-in-3-years/#ixzz23wAJOSXA

Treasury- US to lose $25 Billion on $85 Billion Auto Bailout – Stuart Varney

August 14, 2012 in Bail Out, Budget, Debt Crisis, Economy, Election, Jobs, Politics, President Obama

Treasury Raises TARP Cost Estimate as Share Prices Shift

Published August 13, 2012 Dow Jones Newswires
The Treasury Department raised slightly its cost estimate for the financial bailout, largely reflecting shifting share prices for two of the companies it rescued at the height of the crisis.
 
The Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP, will ultimately cost taxpayers $47.75 billion, the Treasury said in a monthly report sent to Congress Friday. That is up from the previous estimate of $43.32 billion.
 
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The latest figures are based on General Motors Co. (GM) and American International Group Inc.’s (AIG) share prices from May 31, when GM was at $22.20 and AIG at $29.18. The prior report used share prices from the end of February, when GM was $26.02 and AIG was $29.22.

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The latest calculation puts the cost of the auto bailout at $25.05 billion, up from the previous estimate of $21.70 billion.
 
Meanwhile, the two stocks have since moved in opposite directions. GM closed Friday at $20.54 a share and AIG at $32.60. The Treasury also has pared back its AIG holdings, selling its fourth tranche of shares early this month for $5.75 billion.
 
Nearly four years after TARP’s launch, the U.S. still has substantial investments in AIG, GM, Ally Financial Inc. and hundreds of smaller banks. The U.S. holds a 53% stake in AIG and a 26.5% stake in GM–the largest of the publicly traded companies.
 
TARP ended up a smaller and less costly program than initially projected. At one point, TARP’s price tag was set at $700 billion. Ultimately, $431 billion was disbursed through a handful of programs and much of that has been recovered as companies paid back funds or the government sold off investments.
 
Indeed, some of TARP’s components are expected to turn a profit.
 
“To date, we’ve already recovered nearly 84% of the funds disbursed for TARP and the program is expected to cost dramatically less than many once feared,” a Treasury official said Monday.
 
In the Treasury’s latest estimate, the biggest chunk of costs are expected to arise from $46 billion set aside for housing–funds that some think will never be used.
 
The Congressional Budget Office, for example, expects only $16 billion will ultimately be disbursed for mortgage programs. Because of the big difference, CBO this spring forecast that TARP will end up costing taxpayers $32 billion.
 
The remaining costs stem largely from assistance to AIG and aid to the automotive industry.
 
Write to Jeffrey Sparshott at jeffrey.sparshott@dowjones.com
 

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America That’s Not Fully Working – The Real Unemployment Rate Went Up to 15%

August 3, 2012 in America's Collapse, Economic Deception, Economy, Jobs, President Obama, Socialist, Welfare

We had a rise of the real unemployment rate from 14.9% to 15%
The real unemployment rate is also known as U6.
852,000 Americans have given up looking for work because of the weak job market.
5.2 million Americans have been out of work for 27 weeks or longer.
In the month of July 155,000 American stopped looking for work
fewer people as of today a working as a same day the year 2000.

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Jobless rate rises to 8.3 percent, hiring picks up but still falling short

Published August 03, 2012 FoxNews.com

The unemployment rate ticked up to 8.3 percent in July, reflecting a stagnant economic picture as hiring improved but not by enough to make a dent in the sea of unemployed Americans.

The Labor Department report, in a glimmer of positive news after three straight months of dismal jobs numbers, showed that hiring reached its best level since February, with 163,000 jobs added.

But the number brings the economy back to treading-water status. The economy added an average of 151,000 jobs a month this year, roughly the same as last year’s pace. That’s not enough to satisfy the 12.8 million Americans who are unemployed. It would take 250,000 new jobs a month to rapidly bring the unemployment rate down.

With the rate rising from 8.2 percent to 8.3 percent, Republicans amped up their criticism of President Obama’s stewardship Friday.

“Today’s increase in the unemployment rate is a hammer blow to struggling middle-class families,” Mitt Romney said in a statement.

“Two years after the Obama administration declared, ‘welcome to the recovery,’ this much is clear,” House Speaker John Boehner said. “With 42 consecutive months of unemployment above eight percent, the private sector still isn’t ‘doing fine’ and President Obama’s economic plan did not work.”

Both sides are expected to use the report to double down on their respective tax plans. Boehner said “any new job creation is welcome news,” but that unemployment above 8 percent makes it “insane to raise taxes on small businesses.”

Republicans want to extend the Bush-era tax rates for all Americans; Obama and congressional Democrats largely want to extend them for those making less than $250,000, letting rates rise for top earners.

Obama is expected to reiterate that call in an appeal to Congress Friday.

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi touted the fact that July marked the 29th straight month of private sector job growth.

“Last month, 163,000 jobs were created despite Republicans’ refusal to work with President Obama and Democrats to create jobs, grow our economy, and ensure the economic security of our middle class,” she said. “With too many Americans still out of work, the message remains clear: we must do more.”

The government uses two surveys to measure employment. A survey of businesses showed job gains. The unemployment rate comes from a survey of households, which showed fewer people had jobs. Economists say the business survey is more reliable.

Investors appeared pleased with the report. Futures tracking the Standard & Poor’s 500 index and the Dow Jones industrial average gained about 1 percent. The stock market is coming off four days of losses. Yields on government bonds also rose after the report came out as investors moved money out of low-risk assets.

A better outlook on hiring could prompt the Federal Reserve to hold off taking more action to spur growth. The U.S. central bank, which ended a two-day policy meeting Wednesday, signaled in a statement a growing inclination to take further steps if hiring doesn’t pick up.

The job gains were broad-based. Manufacturing added 25,000 jobs, the most since March. Restaurants and bars added 29,000. Retailers hired 7,000 more workers. Education and health services gained 38,000. Governments cut 9,000 positions.

Average hourly wages also increased by 2 cents. Over the past year, wages have increased 1.7 percent — matching the rate of inflation.
Despite July’s job gains, the economy remains weak more than three years after economists declared the recession had ended in June 2009. Growth slowed to an annual rate of 1.5 percent in the April-June quarter, down from 2 percent in the first quarter and 4.1 percent in the final three months of 2011.

Manufacturing activity shrank for the second straight month in July, a private survey said Wednesday. Consumer confidence improved slightly last month but remains weak.

Rising pessimism about the future is taking a toll on businesses and consumers, many economists say. Europe’s financial crisis has weakened that region’s economy, hurting U.S. exports. Worries have also intensified that the U.S. economy will fall off a “fiscal cliff” at the end of the year. That’s when tax increases and deep spending cuts will take effect unless Congress reaches a budget deal. A recession could follow, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke has warned.

Americans are responding by spending less and saving more. A big reason growth slowed in the second quarter was that consumer spending, which accounts for roughly 70 percent of economic activity, slowed to an annual growth rate of 1.5 percent. That was down from 2.4 percent in the first quarter.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/08/03/economy-adds-163000-jobs-in-july-unemployment-rate-rises-to-83-percent/#ixzz22URfP8WI

Chineese co Buying Canadian Oil Co After Obama Blocks Keystone PipeLine – Our National Security At Risk

July 28, 2012 in Economy, Energy, Environment, Gas Price, Jobs, President Obama, US Military

Chineese co Buying Canadian Oil Co After Obama Blocks Keystone PipeLine
Obama Blocks Keystone PipeLine & Jobs & Now China Taking Advantage

Our National Security At Risk

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German Tree Ring Study Conclusively Proves that our World was Much Warmer 2000 Years Ago

July 23, 2012 in Agenda 21, America's Collapse, Anarchy, Election, Environment, Hillary Clinton, Jobs, President Obama, Treaties, United Nations, US Sovereignty

Global Waming and Global Climate Change hoax

You probably haven’t heard or viewed any information regarding this study from the Lame Stream Media,  that German research, once and for all conclusively proves,  that Global Warming and our Governments conclusion that it is caused by Carbon Dioxide is a Hoax!

 It also casts our ‘…EPA’s Declaration of Carbon Dioxide as a Pollutant” as irrational, irresponsible and obviously politically motivated. To add insult to injury, our courts have  ruled in favor of the EPA’s onerous Carbon Dioxide regulations that  have either made businesses non competitive or closed them down entirely. 

Al Gore who has become a Billionaire from the Carbon Credits scheme, along with Barack Hussein Obama have used Credits to further their globalist agenda (Obama’s Solyndra debacle) and as payoffs to their connected political Class (Harry Reid’s Amonix Facility in Las Vegas)  

What is the purpose for imposing  United Nations   Global Warming and Now Global Climate Change, you may ask. A Human Events article published on 10/27/2009 by Chuck Norris titled OBAMA’S ONE-WORLD GOCERNMENT, I believe,  holds the answer.  The article discusses the upcoming December 2009  global climate change conference in Copenhagen, the “United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.”  Christopher Monckton, who was a science policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher States:

“I have read that treaty,” Monckton said, “and what it says is this: that a One World Government is going to be created

A World Government that will subjugate US Sovereignty to the United Nations. President Obama along with Hillary Clinton will sign The Law of the Sea Treaty on July 27th. This is the first of 5 UN Treaties that they hope will begin the process of global Governance and the end to US Sovereignty!

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Tree-rings prove climate was WARMER in Roman and Medieval times than it is now – and world has been cooling for 2,000 years

  • Study of semi-fossilised trees gives accurate climate reading back to 138BC

  • World was warmer in Roman and Medieval times than it is now

By SCIENCE REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 07:22 EST, 11 July 2012 | UPDATED: 17:51 EST, 11 July 2012

Rings in fossilised pine trees have proven that the world was much warmer than previously thought - with measurements dating back to 138BC

Rings in fossilised pine trees have proven that the world was much warmer than previously thought – with measurements dating back to 138BC

How did the Romans grow grapes in northern England? Perhaps because it was warmer than we thought.

A study suggests the Britain of 2,000 years ago experienced a lengthy period of hotter summers than today.

German researchers used data from tree rings – a key indicator of past climate – to claim the world has been on a ‘long-term cooling trend’ for two millennia until the global warming of the twentieth century.

This cooling was punctuated by a couple of warm spells.

These are the Medieval Warm Period, which is well known, but also a period during the toga-wearing Roman times when temperatures were apparently 1 deg C warmer than now.

They say the very warm period during the years 21 to 50AD has been underestimated by climate scientists.

Lead author Professor Dr Jan Esper of Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz said: ‘We found that previous estimates of historical temperatures during the Roman era and the Middle Ages were too low.

‘This figure we calculated may not seem particularly significant, however it is not negligible when compared to global warming, which up to now has been less than 1 deg C.’

In general the scientists found a slow cooling of 0.6C over 2,000 years, which they attributed to changes in the Earth’s orbit which took it further away from the Sun.

The study is published in Nature Climate Change.

It is based on measurements stretching back to 138BC.

The finding may force scientists to rethink current theories of the impact of global warming

Professor Esper’s group at the Institute of Geography at JGU used tree-ring density measurements from sub-fossil pine trees originating from Finnish Lapland to produce a reconstruction reaching back to 138 BC.

In so doing, the researchers have been able for the first time to precisely demonstrate that the long-term trend over the past two millennia has been towards climatic cooling.

Professor Esper said: ‘Such findings are also significant with regard to climate policy, as they will influence the way today’s climate changes are seen in context of historical warm periods.’

The annual growth rings in trees are the most important witnesses over the past 1,000 to 2,000 years as they indicate how warm and cool past climate conditions were.

Researchers from Germany, Finland, Scotland, and Switzerland examined tree-ring density profiles.

In the cold environment of Finnish Lapland, trees often collapse into one of the numerous lakes, where they remain well preserved for thousands of years.

Global cooling: It is the first time that researchers have been able to accurately measure trends in global temperature over the last two millennia

Global cooling: It is the first time that researchers have been able to accurately measure trends in global temperature over the last two millennia

The annual growth rings in trees are the most important witnesses over the past 1,000 to 2,000 years as they indicate how warm and cool past climate conditions were

The annual growth rings in trees are the most important witnesses over the past 1,000 to 2,000 years as they indicate how warm and cool past climate conditions were

The density measurements correlate closely with the summer temperatures in this area on the edge of the Nordic taiga; the researchers were thus able to create a temperature reconstruction of unprecedented quality.

The reconstruction provides a high-resolution representation of temperature patterns in the Roman and Medieval Warm periods, but also shows the cold phases that occurred during the Migration Period and the later Little Ice Age.

In addition to the cold and warm phases, the new climate curve also exhibits a phenomenon that was not expected in this form.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2171973/Tree-ring-study-proves-climate-WARMER-Roman-Medieval-times-modern-industrial-age.html#ixzz21Rn4qGS8