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  • DNC sends email defending Obama from impeachment possibility

    DNC sends email defending Obama from impeachment possibility

    The Democratic National Committee (DNC) sent out a paranoid email Saturday evening urging supporters to vote for Democrats so that Republicans can’t impeach President Obama.

    The email, subject line “Impeachment,” was sent to Obama for America supporters, imploring them to contribute to the DNC’s 2014 efforts. “What do these people all have in common?,” the email asked, featuring quotes from Republican Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma, Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, Rep. Kerry Bentivolio of Michigan, and Rep. Blake Farenthold of Texas discussing the possibility of impeaching Obama for one of his numerous instances of presidential misconduct.

    The DNC email discussed the “I-Word” and said that “Republicans are actually excited about the idea.”


  • Bloomturd Says Administration ‘Literally’ Saved 9,200 Lives (Delusional A-Hole Alert!)

    With just four days left before his 12-year tenure in City Hall comes to an end, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is celebrating what he views as one of his crowning achievements: the record-low homicide rate across the five boroughs.

    Speaking at an NYPD graduation ceremony today, Mr. Bloomberg wasn’t bashful in making sure both his administration and police department get full credit for the drop in crime over the past decade.

    “The crime reductions the NYPD has driven over the past 12 years have defied the odds and far outpaced the rest of the nation. Twelve years ago, no one thought New York City’s crime rate could go any lower. But then it did,” said Mr. Bloomberg, rattling off statistics to support his claim, including “the most important measure of public safety”: less than 340 murders logged so far this year.

    “If you compare this decade to the previous eras’ murder rates, we can literally say that we have saved more than 9,200 lives in the last 12 years,” the mayor added.

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  • Church Displays Bleeding Trayvon Martin Nativity Scene (St. Skittles Back In The News!)

    Outside the Claremont United Methodist Church is a nativity scene with a bleeding Trayvon Martin. The California Church has turned their nativity scene “into a piece of art that comments on our times” for the last seven years.

    John Zachary, the artist, told me the acquittal in July of George Zimmerman, who fatally shot the 17-year-old African-American in 2012, struck him as a worthy subject for Christmas comment.

    For one thing, the backdrop to the Christmas story is the slaughter by King Herod of all infants in Bethlehem, a barbarous attempt to kill the Messiah.
    Zachary described that when looking for pictures of Trayvon “one of the teenager lying dead on the pavement particularly tore at him. ‘What if Jesus was lying there bleeding to death? I was kind of thinking of that,’ Zachary said.”

    The title of the nativity “art” is called ” ‘A Child is Born, a Son is Given,’ the wording outlined in red formed from a pool of blood at Trayvon’s feet.”

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  • NYCG Radio Episode #47 – 12/16/13 “Christmas Show 2013”

    New York City Guns Radio Episode
    #47

    IN THIS EPISODE: Knife Rights To Appeal Outrageous Ruling in NYC Case, New Yorkers have ‘sky high’ expectations for new mayor, City Council bans Styrofoam, bars e-cigarettes as Speaker Christine Quinn makes tearful exit, Four Young Students Arrested in Alleged ‘Knockout’ Attacks, Police Say, Long Island man arrested in multiple ‘knockout’ assaults, Bloomturd’s Mayors Against Gun Control Merges with Grassroots Group, NY police officer threatens to ticket someone for washing a car in their own driveway, New York’s Cultural Elite Blindsided By ObamaCare, CO Gun Banning Governor Hickenlooper: New Gun Laws Had No Impact on Arapahoe HS Shooting, Colorado Gunman’s Leftist Democrat Ties Covered Up by Media, Not Trying to Ban Guns – Except When We Are, ‘Green Bullets’ Overtaking Lead Thanks to EPA, State Regs, Military, Sen Manchin: Gun Control a Difficult Sell in 2014, Do Democrat lawmakers anticipate treason trials?, AK47 assault rifle designer Kalashnikov dies at 94, House seeks Fast and Furious gun-walking documents, Second Amendment Resurgence, The Age of Intolerance.
    WARNING! This Content Contains AWESOME VULGARITY


  • New Yorkers Have ‘Sky High’ Expectations for New Mayor: Poll (Obama Version 2.0)

    New Yorkers are largely optimistic about the city’s future as Bill de Blasio prepares to be sworn in as the next mayor on January 1, according to a poll released on Monday.

    De Blasio, who will take over from Mayor Michael Bloomberg and will be the first Democrat to lead the city in two decades, won a resounding victory in November after campaigning to confront economic inequality, improve police and community relations and expand access to city services like pre-kindergarten.

    Two-thirds of city voters say they are hopeful about de Blasio, while nearly six in 10 voters think he will change New York for the better, the poll by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion showed.

    “Coming off a huge election victory, expectations are sky high for what Bill de Blasio will do for the city as mayor,” Lee Miringoff, the poll’s director, said.

    But he warned: “If de Blasio is evaluated on whether or not he’s able to close the income gap, that’s going to be tough.”

    While de Blasio’s favorable rating has slid since the campaign, more New Yorkers say his “political ideology” is the right one for the city, the poll found.

    In a city where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans six to one, about half of Republicans say that de Blasio, who has an unabashedly liberal bent, will do more harm than good as mayor.

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  • Bloomturd’s Mayors Against Gun Control Merges with Grassroots Group (2 Cheeks of the Same Butt)

    Michael Bloomberg / AP

    At the end of one of the gun control movement’s most active year in recent history, two of its most high-profile organizations are joining forces.

    Billionaire and outgoing New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Moms Demand Action announced Thursday that they were merging.

    “We started this movement as just 15 mayors committed to protecting our cities – and we’ve since been joined by more than 1,000 mayors and more than 1.5 million Americans from big cities, small towns, and all different walks of life,” Bloomberg said in a statement. “Gun violence is, unfortunately, an issue that affects every community, and coming together with Moms Demand Action today will strengthen our efforts to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous individuals and save lives.”

    Flush with millions of dollars from Bloomberg’s personal fortune, Mayors Against Illegal Guns has flexed its weight in numerous legislative and electoral battles across the country this year, supporting gun control initiatives and like-minded politicians in Colorado, Virginia, and Chicago, among others.

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  • Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper: New Gun Laws Had No Impact on Arapahoe HS Shooting

    Democrats have long insisted the state’s new gun laws were passed to help stop mass shootings, but Gov. John Hickenlooper said Sunday that the measures did nothing to prevent a teen gunman from storming Arapahoe High School.

    In an interview on CBS-TV’s “Face the Nation,” the Democratic governor was asked why the laws failed to avert Friday’s shooting at the suburban high school.

    “You actually passed some pretty tough gun laws out there in Colorado after those other incidents happened, and yet they continue to happen,” said moderator Bob Schieffer.

    Hickenlooper responded that Coloradans “care deeply” about two things: protecting their Second Amendment rights and “making their communities safer.”

    “So things like universal background checks, I think they are going to make us safer, but in this specific case aren’t going to make a difference at all,” said Hickenlooper. “And that’s the challenge.”

    The three bills were approved in March by a state legislature bitterly divided between Democrats, who pushed the measures in the aftermath of two deadly 2012 mass shootings, and Republicans, who said the laws would do nothing to stop such tragedies while infringing on the rights of gun owners.

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  • New York’s Cultural Elite Sucker-Punched By ObamaCare

    If there is at least one benefit of ObamaCare it is watching those who supported nationalizing the purchase of mandated health insurance get their comeuppance. The New York Times reports that “many in New York’s professional and cultural elite” who supported Obama and ObamaCare, and carved themselves out a sweet little health insurance pool “to avoid the sky-high rates in New York’s individual insurance market,” are now out in the cold with the rest of us:

    [U]nder the Affordable Care Act, they will be treated as individuals, responsible for their own insurance policies. For many of them, that is likely to mean they will no longer have access to a wide network of doctors and a range of plans tailored to their needs. And many of them are finding that if they want to keep their premiums from rising, they will have to accept higher deductible and co-pay costs or inferior coverage.

    The anguish these elite Obama supporters are going through is no different than those 5.9 million in the real world victimized by insurance cancelations: Stress, sleepless nights, financial burden, and the loss of familiar doctors and hospitals. “We are Obama’s people,” said one author. Today her insurance has been canceled and her doctors are not available through the exchanges. And she is not alone. Take Barbara Meinwald, a solo practitioner lawyer in Manhattan. “I couldn’t sleep because of it,” she said.

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  • NYCG Radio Episode #46 – 12/16/13 “Gun Banners Losing the War”

    New York City Guns Radio Episode
    #46

    IN THIS EPISODE: Life for Bloomturd After His Failed Mayorship, One Mayor Takes a Stand Against Bloomturd’s MAIG (Real Expose), Remington Arms ‘can’t make guns fast enough’ in upstate NY, Man gunned down during carjacking at luxury NJ mall, Jersey City Mayor Plays Politics with Law Enforcement Firearms,, MILLER: Dick Heller challenges D.C.’s gun registration scheme, files for quick ruling in Heller II, Communist/Anti-Gun Colorado school shooter came armed for slaughter, Armed Guard Saved Students’ Lives in Arapahoe School Shooting, 1 year after Newtown, support for stricter gun control has disappeared, Gun-Control Dishonesty, Federal Judge Says California ‘Waiting Period’ Gun Laws Are Likely Unconstitutional, BATFE Implicated in More Rogue Operations, School drops sexual harassment claim against 6-year-old who kissed girl (Pussification), BB gun control: In New Jersey, kids’ rite of passage could mean felony (Pussification).
    WARNING! This Content Contains AWESOME VULGARITY


  • Trailer Park Living Invades New York City (Bloomturd Legacy)

    Trailer park living invades New York

    There goes the neighborhood!

    Motor homes have invaded the Upper West Side, sparking fear in the hearts of residents worried their well-heeled haven could fast be transformed into a low-rent campsite.

    “Why is this ugly piece of junk here?” demanded area activist Gretchen Berger, referring to the rusted RV that has been stationed at Riverside Drive and 74th Street.

    “It just sort of creeps me out that somebody is living in a parking space, and this may give rise to other people thinking that it’s a cheap way to live on the Upper West Side, where the rents are high. Is Manhattan going to become a trailer park?”

    The RV — an ’84 Chevy Pathfinder — belongs to Queens-born Rabbi Steve Blumberg, a Kabbalah practitioner, who told The Post his neighbors need to lighten up.

    “If you want a gated community, you should live in Creedmoor [Psychiatric Center],” he said. “Otherwise-liberal West Siders have very serious middle-class scruples about what should or should not be in their neighborhood.”

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  • Liberal Writer Blames All Guns for Her Father’s Suicide in the Libtard Boston Globe

    The Author.

     

    THERE THEY were, just below Martha Stewart and Paula Deen and Allure in the magazine rack at the supermarket: the gun periodicals.

    I bought three.

    Back at the place where I was staying — this was in upstate New York, a week ago — I pored over the ads and the editorial content, trying to understand what they were saying, and to whom.

    First, they want you to buy a gun. It will probably not be your first gun; it will be an addition to, and an improvement on, the gun or guns you already own. It may deliver “precision firepower,” and allow you to “be victorious.” It will fit almost any need, including “tactical applications.” It may allow you to “wield the power of an entire arsenal.” If it’s a rifle, its optics can help to “deliver consistently repeatable accuracy at extreme distances and in stressful situations.” If it’s a .357 Mag six-shooter, it will “deliver the message loud and clear.” If it’s a handgun, it needs to be light enough to bring with you any time you leave home, “where presumably [you] have more substantial firepower at the ready than a concealable handgun.” If you’re a woman, you can get something lethal in pink.

    * * *

    The only person I’ve ever known who died of a gunshot wound was my father, who shot himself with a handgun he’d had for 20 years; he bought it to protect his family. The really dangerous fantasy is thinking that despite, or even because of, all this deadly firepower, no one will get hurt.

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  • Jersey City Mayor Plays Politics with Law Enforcement Firearms

    This week, Jersey City, N.J., Mayor Steven Fulop announced a plan that would needlessly inject politics into municipal public safety procurements by adding to the criteria used to evaluate bids a questionnaire asking vendors bidding on city firearm contracts about their positions on various forms of gun control. A flattering news report describes the approach as “novel” and credits Mayors Against Illegal Guns member Fulop and the gun control group Moms Demand Action with developing the policy. In reality, Jersey City’s questionnaire is just a retread of previous attempts to influence firearms manufacturers into supporting gun control with government purchasing power and will only serve to disadvantage the city’s law enforcement officers.

    While the entire policy is flawed, the specific questions asked manufacturers are irrelevant to their ability to deliver on the bid. First on the list of six is, “What do you do to combat illegal gun trafficking and illegal gun crime?” Presumably, a manufacturer operating its business in compliance with lengthy and stringent federal and state regulations aimed at addressing these issues isn’t enough for Fulop or his allies.

    In a display of ignorance of federal gun law, another question asks, “Are you requiring your dealers to conduct background checks?” Federal law has required all gun dealers to conduct background checks on retail sales for over 20 years.

    Question four inquires, “Do you manufacture and sell assault weapons for civilian use?” This one will likely flummox bidders, as the term “assault weapon” has been widely distorted by gun control proponents and has no coherent or consistent definition (indeed, the only important thing to gun control advocates is that the definition continually expand, as it did this year in legislation in Connecticut, Maryland, and New York).

    In question six the city fully reveals the ideological and impractical character of the questionnaire when it targets fictional portrayals of guns, asking, “Will you commit to prohibiting your brand name from being used in violent video games?”

    In a December 11th opinion piece for the Huffington Post titled, “A New Approach to Gun Reform – Let’s Get Started,” Fulop refers to the city’s approach as “what we believe to be a first-of-its-kind policy statement.” But efforts by gun controllers to influence firearms policy through government purchasing date back at least to the last days of the Clinton administration.

    In 2000, the Clinton administration, along with a coalition of local governments, attempted to force gun manufacturers into signing onto an agreement supporting a variety of gun control proposals. They did this in part by promising to steer federal and local contracts towards companies that capitulated to their demands. The agreement supported an array of gun controls, which included handgun rationing, mandatory training requirements and efforts to limit the availability of popular semi-automatic rifles.

    One vocal proponent of the Clinton policy was then-Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary, and current New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo vowed to help steer local police contracts all over the country to manufacturers that caved-in to the administration. According to a representative from one manufacturer, Cuomo threatened that they would lose government business if they didn’t sign on to the Clinton arrangement, warning, “I have a lot of push with these Democratic mayors.”

    But for all the Clinton administration bluster, the result was that the one manufacturer that signed on to the deal was ostracized in the gun community, and much of their promised boon in government contracts failed to materialize.

    One of the reasons for this type of policy’s failure is that law enforcement officials typically are not willing to play petty politics when it comes to their vital equipment. Using criteria other than the best possible performance for the money when determining the suitability of a police firearm puts the safety of law enforcement personnel at risk by creating the possibility that officers will be forced to use lesser-quality guns, but those produced by companies that purport to embrace arbitrary political litmus tests.

    Illustrating this point, during the Clinton administration’s attempts to influence contracts, Fraternal Order of Police National President Gilbert G. Gallegos stated, “‘Adherence to a particular political philosophy’ shouldn’t play a part in gun purchases.” Around the same time, Captain Garry Leonard of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told the L.A. Times, “Politics aren’t going to enter into how we choose our firearms… When you think of what we do for a living, we just can’t take chances.” Even legislation mandating “smart guns” in California and New Jersey has been careful to exempt law enforcement officers from being subjected to this unproven technology.

    No less a gun control zealot than Michael Bloomberg has shown an unwillingness to sacrifice the safety of NYPD officers to gun control politics by exploiting police department acquisitions. When asked about a proposal that would have New York City boycott a certain gun manufacturer due to its civilian sales, the New York City Mayor responded, “The trouble is, if we boycott one, you probably have to boycott all of them and then you go back to the days when the crooks had better guns than the cops. We don’t want our cops out-armed, out-gunned.”

    With even gun control’s top patron admitting the folly of leveraging government contracts in pursuit of unrelated firearm restrictions on civilians, Fulop would do well to relegate this worn-out and potentially dangerous tactic back to the waste bin of history. It should be common sense that law enforcement officers need access to the best tools for their job, regardless of the manufacturer’s opinion on video games or other irrelevant issues.


  • With Obamacare, Canceled Policies for New York Professionals (New York Times Laments)

    Many in New York’s professional and cultural elite have long supported President Obama’s health care plan. But now, to their surprise, thousands of writers, opera singers, music teachers, photographers, doctors, lawyers and others are learning that their health insurance plans are being canceled and they may have to pay more to get comparable coverage, if they can find it.

    They are part of an unusual informal health insurance system that has developed in New York in which independent practitioners were able to get lower insurance rates through group plans, typically set up by their professional associations or chambers of commerce. That allowed them to avoid the sky-high rates in New York’s individual insurance market, historically among the most expensive in the country.

    But under the Affordable Care Act, they will be treated as individuals, responsible for their own insurance policies. For many of them, that is likely to mean they will no longer have access to a wide network of doctors and a range of plans tailored to their needs. And many of them are finding that if they want to keep their premiums from rising, they will have to accept higher deductible and co-pay costs or inferior coverage.

    “I couldn’t sleep because of it,” said Barbara Meinwald, a solo practitioner lawyer in Manhattan.

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  • Libtard Focus group: Giron recall was more about personality than guns (Delusions on the Left)

    Former state Sen. Angela Giron addresses supporters in Pueblo on Sept. 10 after being recalled by voters in her district.

    DENVER — The legislature’s passage of tougher gun control laws in March and the subsequent backlash that led to two Democratic lawmakers being recalled in September are arguably Colorado’s biggest political story of the year — and Democrats, Republicans and activists on both sides of the gun debate continue to interpret the year’s events to serve their own agenda.

    But a recently conducted focus group, paid for by a coalition of pro-gun control groups, gives greater clarity to what happened in Pueblo, where former Sen. Angela Giron lost a solidly Democratic district by a 20-point margin.

    The report, which FOX31 Denver has obtained, confirms what many political observers have surmised already: that it wasn’t the gun laws alone that cost Giron her seat, but a deep-seated dislike for and mistrust of the lawmaker herself among many Democrats in her hometown.

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