got that? we all belong to the government. not the government for the people by the people servants of and subordinant to the people. no we belong to the government. who knew? Im still thinking im a free man not a slave, but im a retrograde un-reducated throwback.
Democrats banish God from platform.
Unreal… Don’t look now but Democrats just dropped God from their party platform.
Guess what? God’s name has been removed from the Democratic National Committee platform.
Democratic Platform Pledges Global Treaty On Global Warming… in other words we will have to re-distribute our wealth to the rest of the world and be subserviant to the will of the world.
The anti-American UN seen furiously nodding in approval.
(CNSNews.com)– The 2012 Democratic Party platform includes a plank promising to pursue a global agreement limiting greenhouse gas emissions, calling climate change “one of the biggest threats of this generation.”
“We will seek to implement agreements and build on the progress made during climate talks in Copenhagen, Cancun, and Durban, working to ensure a response to climate change policy that draws upon decisive action by all nations,” the platform says.
“Our goal is an effective, international effort in which all major economies commit to reduce their emissions, nations meet their commitments in a transparent manner, and the necessary financing is mobilized so that developing countries can mitigate the effects of climate change and invest in clean energy technologies.”
Street vendors across downtown Charlotte are selling posters and artwork depicting President Obama as Jesus Christ and the Democratic National Convention is expected to feature a stained-glass window backdrop during their meeting.
One poster features an image of the president in prayer with the headline, “Prophecy Fulfilled.”
“Barak is of Hebrew origin and its meaning is ‘flash of lightning,” the poster notes, referencing a passage in in the Old Testament book of Judges.
Hussein, they allege, is a Biblical word meaning “good and handsome.”
“So you see, Barak was destined to be a good and handsome man that would rise like a flash of lightning to win victory in a battle against overwhelming odds,” the poster read.
Democratic platform advocates talking to Hamas, a ‘Palestinian’ ‘right of return’ to ‘Israel proper,’ 1949 armistice lines and a capital where?
He’s got Israel’s back alright…. From the Republican Jewish Coalition’s Twitter feed via Yid With Lid, we discover some missing language about Israel in the 2012 (compared with 2008) Democratic party platform.
Below is the section missing from the 2012 document. Pay special attention to the areas in bold
Note the implications of removing this paragraph:
1. The Democratic party no longer advocates isolating Hamas. By implication, they advocate ‘negotiations’ with that terror group.
2. The Democratic party no longer advocates resettling ‘Palestinian refugees’ only in the ‘Palestinian state,’ and by implication advocates resettling them in ‘Israel proper’ (i.e. the truncated Israel that would presumably still exist after implementation of a ‘two-state solution’).
3. The Democratic party no longer believes that it is unrealistic that the results of negotiations will be a return to the 1949 armistice lines. By implication (and based on Obama’s statements last May) that means that the Democratic party will try to push Israel back to the 1949 lines.
4. The Democratic party no longer believes that Jerusalem ‘is and will remain’ the capital of Israel. Where else do they propose that we put our capital?
I know that I will get comments from Obama’s defenders claiming that the platform is meaningless.Well, it’s not. The Obama campaign is the biggest influence on the platform and every one of these issues has come up during Obama’s term.
Obama: “But I’m also mindful of the proverb, “A man is judged by his deeds, not his words.”
The United States and its Quartet partners should continue to isolate Hamas until it renounces terrorism, recognizes Israel’s right to exist, and abides by past agreements. Sustained American leadership for peace and security will require patient efforts and the personal commitment of the President of the United States. The creation of a Palestinian state through final status negotiations, together with an international compensation mechanism, should resolve the issue of Palestinian refugees by allowing them to settle there, rather than in Israel. All understand that it is unrealistic to expect the outcome of final status negotiations to be a full and complete return to the armistice lines of 1949. Jerusalem is and will remain the capital of Israel.The parties have agreed that Jerusalem is a matter for final status negotiations. It should remain an undivided city accessible to people of all faiths.
So if you want to know where my heart lies, look no further than what I have done — to stand up for Israel.”………..
He has Israel’s back… with a knife.
Read the full story here.
Democrats 2012 Platform Drops Language From 2008 Saying “Jerusalem Is And Will Remain The Capital Of Israel”
The Democratic party in a nutshell.
Via Weekly Standard:
The 2012 Democratic party will officially adopt an extreme position on the issue of abortion on Tuesday. According to a copy of the party platform, which was released online just before midnight on Monday, “The Democratic Party strongly and unequivocally supports Roe v. Wade and a woman’s right to make decisions regarding her pregnancy, including a safe and legal abortion, regardless of ability to pay.”
That last part–”regardless of ability to pay”–is an endorsement of taxpayer-funded abortions, a policy that President Obama has personally endorsed. Obama wants Medicaid to pay directly for elective abortions, and Obamacare will allow beneficiaries to use federal subsidies to purchase health care plans that cover elective abortions. According to a 2009 Quinnipiac poll, 72 percent of voters oppose public funding of abortion and 23 percent support it. In other words, public funding of abortion–a policy President Obama actively supports–is as unpopular as banning abortion in the case of rape, a policy on which the media have focused much attention over the past two weeks despite the fact that neither presidential candidate supports it.