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Friday, July 16, 2010

Ouch! But Will It Blend???

"All over the country today there were huge lines at Apple stores for the iPhone — not to buy them, to return them. Apparently, Apple is addressing problems with the iPhone. For now on, if you buy an iPhone, they throw in a Verizon Blackberry so you can make a call." —Jay Leno

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

“He has to find some way between now and November of demonstrating that he is a leader who can command confidence and, short of a 9/11 event or an Oklahoma City bombing, I can’t think of how he could do that.”

from Bob Shapiro, former Clinton White House official and Obama supporter, speaking to Obama's sagging polls and credibility.

As the debate on why the Obama Justice Dept. dropped an open and shut voter '08 intimidation case, we here at Katelyn's Way have been wondering exactly why did the Justice Dept. drop this case??? Since, several damning videos have hit the web involving the suspects in question who were video'ed standing in front of a Philadelphia polling place, one with nightstick in hand, intimidating potential voters.



The young man brandishing the nightstick is King Samir Shabazz. As a part of the settlement with Shabazz in the case, he has agreed to stay away from polling places for three years.

Since, more video with Shabazz has surfaced:



Add to this a video I posted in an earlier blog where Mr. Samir publicly rails about "killing cracker babies".

This man and this party is gasoline itching for a match. They openly speak of arming themselves against the tea party and white people. Janet Napolitano early on in her tenure as Homeland Security chief spoke of "homegrown" (caucasian) terrorism. Soldiers returning from the Middle East were singled out for attention by the feds.

After the Times Square bomber was confirmed to be muslim, the mainstream media couldn't hide their disappointment.

But they and the Obama Justice Dept. turn their backs on a group that shows up at polling places in this United States brandishing weapons and publicly advocate killing white children.

It's obvious the New Black Panther Party's looking for a fight. And they'll find one, never doubt it.

(while the Obama administration looks the other way)

“He has to find some way between now and November of demonstrating that he is a leader who can command confidence and, short of a 9/11 event or an Oklahoma City bombing, I can’t think of how he could do that.”

Yes he can.

Monday, July 12, 2010

To Katelyn:

The Governors: The Handwriting. Immigration: The Wall.

The Obama administration had to have a distraction. They were (and still are) getting killed on the Gulf oil spill. Their ties to B P and the bungling of the response were driving the President's poll numbers into the tar-balled sand. The McChrystal gaffe and replacement could carry them only so far.

But illegal immigration???

A lawsuit against Arizona for trying to do what the American people overwhelmingly think should be done???

In an election year???

Democrats running for re-election get it. From the New York Times:

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/12/us/politics/12governors.html

By ABBY GOODNOUGH
Published: July 11, 2010

BOSTON — "In a private meeting with White House officials this weekend, Democratic governors voiced deep anxiety about the Obama administration’s suit against Arizona’s new immigration law, worrying that it could cost a vulnerable Democratic Party in the fall elections."


If you've paid attention you know that we here at Katelyn's Way aren't big fans of John McCain. In our view it's too bad dear John didn't have a more competent opponent running against him this year in the Republican primary for the Arizona Senate seat.

But give McCain credit. When he, Lindsay Graham of South Carolina and the late Ted Kennedy were trying to ram a "comprehensive" immigration package down the American people's throats, McCain backed off in the face of a public uprising against him. "I get it", he told the American people.

Some in the Democrat party don't. Others do. Speaking after meeting with the White House:

“There are 535 members of Congress,” said Gov. Brian Schweitzer of Montana, a Democrat. “Certainly somebody back there can chew gum and hold the basketball at the same time."

Hold a basketball?!?!?! Yikes!



They're "listenin'" to ya Guv, but are they "hearin'" ya???