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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, April 5, 2012


“A Man So Devoid Of Professional Accomplishment” - “ Increasingly Comes Across As Devious And Dishonest”


Corey Le-


by Niel Young Advocates Columnist


wandowski of Ameri- cans For Prosper- ity visited The Advo- cates radio program last week. Here is the scoop,


and act fast. AFP will honor US senator Kelly Ayotte Friday 4/20 at the Grappone Center in Concord. Tickets (501- C3) are available at: con- servativeoftheyear.org AND US Senator John Thune will be there to support his colleague: OUR Senator; Kelly Ay- otte!


******** My policy over the years


has been to inform the citizens of NH of who voted correctly in my opinion, and chastise those who did not. It gives me great pain


to inform you that several Legislators from Belknap County who have been on the wrong side of many an issue with me, voted the way I would have regard- ing extended gambling in NH last week. Knowing that the initial


cost to the taxpayers of NH would be 43 addi- tional State Police officers AND 43 new police cars, before we consider the cost of benefits and retire- ment packages. Voting YES: Russell, Pilliod, Ac- cornero, and Fields. Not voting: Tobin, Simpson, and Kingsbury. The remaining Republi-


cans voted NO –which is the correct vote. ********


From the mind of Matt Patterson, (The American Thinker, Washington Post, New York Post, San Fran- cisco Examiner): August 18, 2011 the first two paragraphs from Pat-


terson’s “Obama: The Affir- mative Action President.” “Years from now, histori- ans may regard the 2008 election of Barack Obama as an inscrutable and disturbing phenomenon, a baffling breed of mass hysteria akin perhaps to the witch craze of the Middle Ages. How, they will wonder, did a man so devoid of professional accomplishment beguile so many into thinking he could manage the world’s largest economy, direct the world’s most power- ful military, execute the world’s most consequen- tial job? “Imagine a future histo-


rian examining Obama’s pre-presidential life: ush- ered into and through the Ivy League despite unre- markable grades and test scores along the way; a cushy non-job as a “com- munity organizer”; a brief


career as a state legisla- tor devoid of legislative achievement (and in fact nearly devoid of his atten- tion, so often did he vote ‘present’ ; and finally an unaccomplished single term in the United States Senate, the entirety of which was devoted to his presidential ambitions. He left no academic legacy in academia, authored no signature legislation as a legislator.”


******** Rev. Malik Shabazz


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of Detroit was a caller to Talk Radio 1270 suggest- ing that the people would burn the city down, blam- ing the State, the “failing school system and banks. National ly syndicated radio host Todd Schnitt is asking MSNBC to fire Rev. Al Sharpton, for his attempt at inciting vio- lence. Schnitt also wants Sharpton’s arrest if riots occur. According to The Orlando Sentinel Sharp- ton “is calling for an esca- lation in civil disobedience against the city of Sanford if George Zimmerman is not arrested.” You know that means rioting and looting. Light the flame Rev. Al, as you did many years ago.


******** Not that I am a big fan


of Wall street Journal col- umnist Peggy Noonan, but when she is right, her words or a sample of her work should be praised. This from “Not-So-Smooth Operator - Obama increas- ingly comes across as de- vious and dishonest.” “Something’s happening


to President Obama’s re- lationship with those who are inclined not to like his policies. They are now inclined not to like him. His supporters would say, ‘Nothing new there,’ but actually I think there is. I’m referring to the broad,


stable, non-radical, non- birther right. Among them the level of dislike for the president has ratcheted up sharply the past few months.


“It’s not due


to the election, and it’s not because the Republican candidates are so compel- ling and making such bril- liant cases against him. That, actually, isn’t hap- pening. “What is happening is


that the president is com- ing across more and more as a trimmer, as an op- erator who’s not operat- ing in good faith. This is hardening positions and leading to increased politi- cal bitterness. And it’s his fault, too. As an increase in polarization is a bad thing, it’s a big fault.” I hav e ment i oned


Obama’s pitting of us against one another. He is a big supporter of homo- sexual behavior, he will not enforce the Illegal Im- migration laws, he tram- ples on states’ rights, pan- ders to China and Russia, continues to increase our debt, promotes a welfare state, not interested in our plight for energy at rea- sonable prices, and treats us as ATMs.


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