America Divided: The Greed, The Corruption, The Unions, and MoveOn.Org

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Perhaps  one of President Obama’s close Advisers  James Meeks can shed some light on one of the problems we face in America.  On March 20th of 2008  James Meeks  said this:

Reverend Wright,  Van Jones,  James Meeks,  seems President Obama likes to associate with Extreme Radicals.  Not to mention William Ayers, George Soros just to name a few.  Need I say more?

One only need look at the Anger, Rage, and Violence happening today in America to see it is coming from the Top down.  That’s right,  the Great Divider, President Obama has accomplished exactly what he set out to do…..Divide America.

God Help us!

God Bless the United States of America

45 responses to “America Divided: The Greed, The Corruption, The Unions, and MoveOn.Org

  1. Good Morning my Fellow American Patriots and Friends :D

    Seems things are quickly coming to a head in America………

    Today, America is very divided :(


  2. Hundreds of Wisconsin Cops Take Sides With Leftist Protesters Inside Capitol Building

    A couple of days ago The Blaze posted our observations about officers in Wisconsin seemingly turning a blind-eye to the substance-fueled behavior of protesters inside the capitol building.

    A police spokesperson told us, “That would never be able to happen.”

    We are now getting a different picture of the police relationship with the leftist protesters.

    The Green Bay Press Gazette:

    MADISON — Hundreds of off-duty police officers and deputies joined protests today against Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill that would strip most collective bargaining powers from about 170,000 public employees.

    Police, state troopers and firefighters are exempt from Walker’s proposal, but even as some marched on the downtown Capitol Square, hundreds of other officers from around the state provided security.

    They came equipped with riot gear, including helmets and batons, they said, but didn’t expect trouble.

    The Understory blog posts this:

    From inside the Wisconsin State Capitol, RAN ally Ryan Harvey reports:

    “Hundreds of cops have just marched into the Wisconsin state capitol building to protest the anti-Union bill, to massive applause. They now join up to 600 people who are inside.”

    Ryan reported on his Facebook page earlier today:

    “Police have just announced to the crowds inside the occupied State Capitol of Wisconsin: ‘We have been ordered by the legislature to kick you all out at 4:00 today. But we know what’s right from wrong. We will not be kicking anyone out, in fact, we will be sleeping here with you!’ Unreal.”

    More from the Press Gazette:

    Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Cpl. Matt Spence and Deputy Todd Traas stood guard on the Capitol’s northwest side directing pedestrians toward entrances to the building.

    “We left at 3 a.m. on Thursday and have been (in Madison) ever since,” Traas said. Five Sheboygan County deputies were on duty Saturday.

    They came equipped with riot gear, including helmets and batons, they said, but didn’t expect trouble.

    “It’s been great,” Spence said.

    Richard Daley, 62, of Green Bay, who retired from the Madison Police Department after 20 years on the force, came back to Madison on Saturday “supporting the fact that we all see this as union busting and wage suppression. This is a long-term, downward spiral of wages for working families.”

    Wausau police Detective Cord Buckner, 42, stoically stood in the cold with an American flag wrapped around his face and holding a “Cops for Labor” sign as thousands of demonstrators marched around the Capitol.

    “I‘m here to support all the unions’ rights,” he said. Saturday was his fourth day demonstrating in Madison since protests began, even though members of his union, the Wisconsin Professional Police Association, won‘t be affected directly by Walker’s bill.

    “The aggregate effect on public employees will affect police unions eventually,” he said.

    And it’s not just the police.

    Here are the firefighters


  3. ‘Fascists Go Home!’: Tea Partier Injured in Assault by ‘Teamster’ at Sacramento Protest

    The “American Dream” rally in Sacramento produced one of the day’s more volatile moments. A man wearing a Teamsters Local 439 jacket launched major body-check action on a Tea Party member.

    The opposing rallies were divided by 10th Street, west of the State Capitol. All was peaceful, until members supporting unions crossed the street.

    An amateur videographer caught a shoving match on tape. The video showed a face to face argument right before Richard Andazola, 28, of Stockton, shoved a tea party activist.

    “He bum rushed across the street, came right at us, swung his bullhorn at me, hit me in the hand and then put his hand around my throat and started choking me,” Rodney Stanhope of Placerville said.

    The video doesn’t show the choking incident, but clearly shows the shoving. Because of it, Sacramento Police officers cited Andazola for battery.

    Andazola tells a different story though.

    “He was spitting on me, he’s bigger than me, and I told him to get off of me,” Andazola said. “I was backing up and he was staying on me ’til the point that he spit in my mouth.”


  4. Chinese Police Use Shrill Whistles & Water Cannons on Protesters

    SHANGHAI (AP) — Large numbers of police — and new tactics like shrill whistles and street cleaning trucks — squelched overt protests in China for a second Sunday in a row after calls for peaceful gatherings modeled on recent democratic movements in the Middle East.

    At one end of Shanghai‘s People’s Square, uniformed police blew whistles nonstop and shouted at people to keep moving, though about 200 people — a combination of onlookers and quiet sympathizers — braved the noise. In Beijing, trucks normally used to water the streets drove repeatedly up the busy commercial shopping district spraying water and keeping crowds pressed to the edges.

    Foreign journalists met with tighter police controls. In Shanghai, authorities called foreign reporters Sunday warning them to stay away from the protest sites, while police in Beijing followed some reporters and blocked those with cameras from entering the Wangfujing shopping street where protests were called for.

    Police also detained several Chinese, at least two in Beijing and four in Shanghai, putting them into vans and driving them away, though officials did not give a reason.

    The more heated response compared with last week shows how the mysterious calls for protest have left the authoritarian government on edge. Unlike Egypt and Tunisia where popular frustrations with economic malaise added fuel to popular protests to oust autocratic leaders, China has a booming economy and rising living standards. Still, the leadership is battling inflation and worries that democratic movements could take root if unchallenged.

    “Rapid inflation affects people’s livelihoods and may affect social stability,” Premier Wen Jiabao said in an online chat Sunday. He later added: “I know the impact that prices can cause a country and am deeply aware of its extreme importance.”

    The initial online call for protest that first circulated on an overseas Chinese news website 10 days ago called for Chinese to imitate the “Jasmine Revolution” that started in Tunisia, urging them to gather peacefully at sites in 13 cities. A renewed call earlier this week expanded the target cities to 27.

    While the origins of the calls are not known, police have questioned, placed under house arrest and detained more than 100 people. At least five have been detained on subversion or national security charges, in some cases for passing on information about the protest calls.


  5. It feels like and looks like we are coming apart at the seams. Especially after seeing these videos.
    Sad days to be an American.


  6. Good Morning Roxannadanna……….. it is sad watching Americans treating each other this way. The unity we all felt after 9/11 is long gone I’m afraid.


  7. Pro-Union Protester Uses Hard Blind-Side Shove on Opponent in Atlanta

    This incident reportedly took place during a midday rally at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta on Saturday. Even though this was part of the nationwide campaign by to hold rallies in all 50 state capitals, this even got very little press coverage. This is one of the few reports I found from WGCL-TV:

    ATLANTA — Union activists rallied Saturday at the Georgia Capitol as part of a national campaign to support workers in Wisconsin.

    Organizers say they are afraid a push by the Wisconsin governor to curtail labor unions in that state will spread nationally.

    Participants are also protesting budget cuts which they say have become “dangerous.”

    Today’s rally was sponsored by the AFL-CIO and MOVEON.ORG.

    This guy crossed the street and came into the group intentionally to thug it up.

    There was a cop that I missed on the video.

    You can see the officers trousers as I am trying to catch back up to the action and I am outside the barricade looking back in.

    The cop stopped anyone from pursuing this freaking hero

    Here’s a screen grab of the guy:

    Some of the usual suspects were in attendance, like the International Action Center founded by Ramsey Clark. You can see that in this picture from WGCL-TV:

    This was a turbulent week for protest in Atlanta. On Wednesday a similar rally had some intense moments. Progressives were already concerned because one conservative pre-rally post seemed to encourage Tea Party-types to bring weapons:

    The advice that “attendees are requested to be flexible in your attire” is apparently a suggestion to keep firearms concealed. The original author goes on to claim that “the lefties are idiots who are very good at running their mouths… and also very good at keeping their distance from an armed American”.

    A couple of posters advised against bringing firearms to the rally, but that point of view did not seem to carry the day.

    While I could find no reports of violence at the Wednesday rally, there was indeed some ugliness exhibited toward the Tea Party:


  8. Good Afternoon my Fellow American Patriots and Friends :D


  9. Did my movie watching habits of last night (2012) start you on down this road? LOL

    Great post; great visuals per usual, Sami


  10. Ahahahahahaha, SamHenry, no your movie 2012 didn’t send me down this road. Fact is I have been on this road since January 5th of 1978. Things were relatively mild back then compared to today. I am now convinced that what we are seeing now across America is only part of a much bigger Global Scheme to undermine and destroy Civilization as we have known it. A New World Order is coming and it will be one of Survival of the Fittest. Evil is being unleashed and we are watching it happen before our very eyes.


  11. We’re not coming apart at the seams. It only seems that way thanks to the same crew of anti-American traitors that played the same tune during the Vietnam War–the left, the universities, the media, liberal Democrats. 20%, at most, of the population. Their influence is based on illusion.


  12. But Bob – the population mix is much different now. We have some Democrat-prone immigration populations that are becoming the dominant force. We have factors such as high food prices that will drive civil unrest worldwide (food costs now up 1/3 over last year here) and of course we have the specter of not having oil when the economic conditions are so fragile. It is a different world than that of the 1960s. Its closer to the world of 1160 to which we are being returned.


  13. Good Evening Bob and SamHenry……… ah, the 60’s, I loved the 60’s the most, well, maybe except for that war thingy……. you know, Vietnam, fighting Communism there so we would never have to fight it here. Remember that?


  14. Dear Mr. Mack,
    In my opinion, 20% is too much, about 15% too much. 20% can make a huge difference in an election, in a protest as we’ve seen in Wisconsin and in the nationwide rallies this weekend.
    If 20% of America is this misguided that’s a sad commentary on our educational system (like we don’t already know that.) It’s a sad commentary on our future.
    I don’t know how old you think I am, but I too grew up in the 60’s. I remember Kent State and Viet Nam fairly well. Some of this is the same – the coming of age of those 60’s radicals now. Some of it, like SamHenry says, is different.
    As for me, this feels different and scarier.


  15. Hi Roxy, I agree this is different in that in the 60’s Nixon kicked butt and held down these kinds of insurrections whereas today we have Obama who is encouraging Civil Unrest and more. The other part of this that is very unsettling is the fact that we are seeing serious unrest throughout the Middle East and beyond. China is now beginning to see some of the same except more isolated. It feels to me as though evil has been unleashed on planet earth. The Genie is out of the bottle sorta speak and I am not quite sure just how we are going to settle things back down.


  16. Well we don’t have answers but we have each other and the team will make it through!


  17. Well, you guys could be right–hell, I spent most of the latter part of the ’60s overseas, so what do I know? But I still believe that any dominance of the left is an illusion propagated by the usual suspects, as witness the results of the last election. And the majority of people that are most likely to vote Dem in the immigrant population are either non-citizens or illegals. Which, of course, is why the Dems are all so eager for amnesty and quick-track citizenship. That being said, I’m not particularly sanguine regarding the future of the Republic, or Western Civilization itself for that matter. But–for now, it’s still anybody’s ball game.


  18. Well SamHenry and Bob, I only have one thing to say:

    Were all gonna Die


  19. I just had to do that at least once. You all know I’m kidding about the dying stuff. Were not going to lose Our America, no way, not now, not ever!

    We are Americans!

    It just really rubs me the wrong way to have to be fighting COMMUNISM right here in my own Country.


  20. Now that would spoil the party, wouldn’t it?



    kitterspitz kitters
    @VotingAmerican omg – your liberal history is just too damned funny! Everyone at my house has read it and is sending it to friends!!

    This makes it all worth while.


  22. Dear Mr. Mack,
    My picture is from my web cam and those things are miracles of science: they hide a multitude of wrinkles and gray hairs.
    I was not inferring that you didn’t know what was going on in the 60’s. You have a unique and relevant perspective. I just think that some of things are not the same as they were. I think that makes the times dangerous – just as dangerous as they were back then.


  23. Good Night Bob, SamHenry and Roxannadanna………. ;)

    Been up since 4 this morning……….. long day in the Matrix


  24. Like I said, we will always be a team and we will get through whatever it is that is coming. After all, it is all part of life. I’m off to bed with visions of more chocolate in my head.


  25. Bob

    I had a brother In Nam and I felt as if I was right in there with him except I did not have to see first hand what he saw. I had a draft-dodger boyfriend and so I was a modern woman. I was in college dealing with the SDS. It was a mess but at the end of the day, the economy was not coming apart at the same time. I could stay in college. Perhaps it is my old age that makes it scarier now…


  26. Hey ROXY, I never thought you were. Nothing’s ever the same, and yet it is. The times are dangerous, but so they were when we were kids and teachers had us hiding under desks to shield us from nuclear blasts. Illusions–desks won’t protect you from an H-bomb, Democrats don’t really support our troops, and nothing is ever as bad as it seems (usually), except maybe the economy. On the other hand…

    SH, my thanks to your brother for his service. I hold veterans in high regard.


  27. Good Morning Bob, Roxy and SamHenry and how are all of you this fine Monday Morning?

    Once again up way too early but whats an old man to do?


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