Monday, May 31, 2010

Hyphenated American requires input from his readers

It seems that GOP has a pretty good chance of retaking the House. Conservative control over the lower chamber of Congress will allow American patriots to slow down Obama's legislative agenda, and it will also American citizens to peek into the depths of corruption of his regime. The number of scandals in the Obama administration is high enough for two presidents combined, so it's important for republicans to pick and choose carefully which cases should go first. I believe it behooves the GOP to set up an internet site and get millions of conservative activists discuss the order of Congressional hearings.

Here are a few topics that came to my mind.

1. Obama stimulus package
There is no doubt that billions of dollars went into the coffers of Obama supporters - it's time to get some folks in the Obama regime on record and under oath. Everyone wants to know where a trillion dollars went. It's time to get the money search to become public.

2. Obamacare - cesspool of corruption and lies
Obama and his lackeys traded billions of dollars for the votes - these include handouts to unions and individual congress-wimps. It's time to listen to Obama officials testify under oath about those "trade" negotiations. Moreover, in direct contradiction to Obama's claims, major companies are forced to disclose that Obamacare forces them to drop insurances for millions of people or suffer loss of billions of dollars. Did Obama tried to misinform American people when he claimed that "If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan." A CEO of a corporation could be sent to jail for such lies - why should we treat Obama any better? American people demand to know the details of Obamacare. Moreover, it's not late to get emails, letters and all records on what went on between Obama, Pelosi, Reid and the unions.

3. Firing inspector general
In violation of multiple laws, Obama fired an inspector general, who was investigating the corruption in Americorps - which was subsidized a liberal front group HOPE run by Obama's personal friend Kevin Johnson. It's time to put Obama's lackeys under oath.

4. Obama bribes people with government jobs (Chicago style)
In violation of multiple laws, Obama tried to bribe Democratic congresswimp Sestak in order to get him out of the primary. It's time to put Obama's lackeys under oath. Moreover, it's good time to find out which politicians were given positions in the federal government due to their connections. I've got a feeling that the more we know about the internal workings of Human Resources in the Obama administration, the easier it is to understand why the regime is so incompetent - from national security - to oil spill.

5. Funding of Obama's election campaign
During 2008 campaign, Obama's team disabled all internet protections, which allowed Obama's donors to remain anonymous. It is necessary to find out who in the Obama team gave the order to do this.

6. Corruption within ACORN and SEIU
Congress should investigate ACORN and SEIU. For starters, it is necessary to find out why DC police provided a free escort (protection) to a lynch mob formed by SEIU. Secondly, it is necessary to find out how ACORN spent government (federal, state and local) money. Lastly, it is necessary to see the connection between Obama administration and these two corrupt groups.

7. TARP funding
There are plenty of claims that TARP money was mis-spent - as well as that the government used threats to force successful banks take the federal bailouts. Indeed some proclaimed that TARP was a criminal enterprise. Congress should investigate these claims and put federal officials on the stand and under oath.

8.Public misinformation by Government Motors (GM)
GM was forced by the Obama administration to claim that it paid back the government bailout money. Of course, this was a lie, and it is necessary to get to the bottom of this. Who gave the order to misinform American public? Were the laws on public disclosure and truth in advertisement broken by GM executives and Obama's officials?

9. Corruption in Liberal controlled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
It's been known for a while that Fannie and Freddie, Government Sponsored Enterprises were bankrupted  by liberal officials who ran them (among them was infamous Rahm "naked ballerina" Emanuel). In spite of conservative calls to Congress to oversee these two entities, liberals were able to protect them from any government control. Today, these two companies are bankrupt, and Obama's administration raised the taxpayer cost of the bailout from 400 billion dollars to infinity. It's about time the officials who ran those two companies (and congresswimps that aided and abbeted them) testify under oath about the financial situation in Freddie and Fannie. After all, taxpayers deserve to know why these two companies lost so much money. Congress should put under oath many different people including Chris Dodd "To suggest somehow that [Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac] are in trouble is simply not accurate", Franklin Raines (Obama's advisor on mortgage and housing policy matters and former CEO of Fannie Mae), and Barney Fwank ""These two entities—Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac—are not facing any kind of financial crisis. The more people exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies, the less we will see in terms of affordable housing." And of course, we cannot ignore Chuck Shumer, the eternal protector of these two corrupt institutions. In 2005, he thus defended them from the overhaul: "Fannie and Freddie have problems, and there are ideologues who want to undo them. But there are ways to fix the problems short of what's been proposed. When the sink is broken, you don't want to tear down the house."
It's time for American people to listen to liberal politicians testify under oath about their connection with Freddie and Fannie and why they protected these two criminal enterprises.

10. Who accessed private files of Joe the Plumber?
It's ironic that when Joe the Plumber's private information was stolen by liberal moles in the federal government, the federal, state and local governments did nothing. And yet, when 9 activists wanted to access Obama's student records (there's something top secret), the federal government quickly moved in to prosecute them. No information was leaked to the public. I think Congress should ask some questions under oath - for example, why are Obama's private records worthy of protection, while the private records of private citizens are not?

11. Public hearing on Global Warming hysteria
In light of apparent mischief by numerous government scientists, it's necessary to hold public hearing on whether the Global Warming scare is fact based. Moreover, Al Gore and others should testify under oath on whether they knowingly misinformed American people about the dangers of Global Warming. Truth in advertising does extend to liberal propaganda.

12. Audit of Federal Reserve and IMF
For decades, Federal Reserve was an independent entity, printing money, giving loans, setting bank rules on its own. According to wikipedia, the Fed have the following duty:
1. Conducting the nation's monetary policy by influencing monetary and credit conditions in the economy in pursuit of maximum employment, stable prices, and moderate long-term interest rates.
2. Supervising and regulating banking institutions to ensure the safety and soundness of the nation's banking and financial system, and protect the credit rights of consumers.
3. Maintaining stability of the financial system and containing systemic risk that may arise in financial markets.
4. Providing financial services to depository institutions, the U.S. government, and foreign official institutions, including playing a major role in operating the nation's payments system.
It's worth noting that after the creation of Federal Reserve, the prices, long-term interest rates and the US financial system became far more unstable. For example, inflation from 1913 (the year that the Federal Reserve was created) to 2010 is officially 2102%. Mind you, there was practically no inflation before the creation of the Federal Reserve.

13. Federal (non)response to the acts of jihad
It would very instructive to have federal officials give public answers on the recent failures of Obama's administration to combat jihadist terrorism. Obama's lackeys should inform American people why the Fort shooting was not prevented, and why an open jihadist was employed by the US armed forces, and not just employed, but also promoted (actually he was protected and promoted because he was a jihadist). An inquiry is also in order for the failure of Obama's security to stop the Christmas bomber (as well as failure to properly interrogate him) and the NY city bomber. In general, conservatives must demand the federal government to explain why the new presidency resulted in dramatic increase in the security failures, and if the Obama administration is indeed capable of defending American people. It is also necessary to find out the progress on closing Guatanamo Bay (scheduled to be concluded in January 2010), trials of selected terrorists in NY city, renaming terrorist attacks - "man caused disaster", federal designation of US veterans and patriotic militias as potential "terrorists".

14. Rules of engagement in Afghanistan and Iraq
American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq have more stringent rules of engagement than police forces in US. Among other things, "An American soldier emailed from Afghanistan saying that his unit has been ordered to patrol with no round in the chamber". There are multiple other examples of same policies tying the hands of American soldiers. At this point it would be instructive to ask Obama's representatives if they would agree to put similar limits on Obama's personal security personal - same limits that are ordered on American soldiers in the war zone.

15. Obama's snubbing of US allies - Israel, Honduras, Great Britain
Obama's strong dislike of US allies is well-known. It would be quite instructive to get Obama's officials under oath and let them explain the series of unfriendly actions by the Obama administration - sanctions against Honduras when it stopped a leftist president from usurping the power. The first step would be to understand who ordered the State Department to ignore all legal analysis of the events in Honduras and declare it a coup. It is also necessary to understand why the US president decided to insult the Prime-Minister of a friendly country, and how Obama's behaviour endangers America and her allies in the Middle East, particularly Israel. Moreover, the hearing must concentrate on Obama's failure to provide a forceful response to Iranian nuclear program and its support for terrorism by Hamas, Hezbollah and Taliban. Lastly, Obama's insult of Great Britain and subsequent State Department support of Argentine's pressure on Britain must be explained in public.
Last but not least, it would be instructive to understand why our "president" chose to play golf at the time of the funeral for Poland's president, who had died in a mysterious airplane accident.

16. Federal mismanagement of the oil leak
It is beyond the doubt that president Obama pathetically mishandled the oil leak crisis. After nearly 1.5 months, the federal government has not been able to bring all the necessary equipment or satisfy the pleas by Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal for federal approval of "an emergency permit for a state plan to dredge and build new barrier islands to keep the oil from reaching the marshes and wetlands" are ignored. According to Jindal, ""We need more boom, more skimmers, more vacuums, more jack-up barges that are still in short supply." During Obama's press-conference (first one in nearly a year), "They say that if that had been approved when they first asked for it, they would have 10 miles up already. There are fishermen down there who want to work, who want to help, haven’t been trained, haven’t been told to go do so. There are industry experts who say that they’re surprised that tankers haven’t been sent out there to vacuum, as was done in ’93 outside Saudi Arabia. And then, of course, there’s the fact that there are 17 countries that have offered to help and it’s only been accepted from two countries, Norway and Mexico."

17. US bailing out European Union
Obama recently pushed through a 108 billion spending bill to aid IMF - which in reality means bailing out European Union. As an aside, this spending came as part of Obama's war budget. I am sure Americans would love to know how IMF spends US money - and it would be fun to have a few Obama's officials testify under oath.

18. Obama's Department of Justice drops New Black Panther Party brazenly intimidates voters in order to help Obama election

This case is pretty well-known. Pro-Obama New Black Panther Party stationed two of it members dressed in military garb in front of the polling station. They were spouting racial epithets and menacing voters. One of them wilded a nightstick. "It was a textbook case of voter intimidation and clearly covered under the 1965 Voting Rights Act." The Justice department team obtained default judgment—meaning it had won the case because the New Black Panther party failed to defend itself. Later, Obama's political appointees to the Justice Department over-ruled the career lawyers and instead preferred to rely on the dubious notion that because New Black Panther is comprised of non-whites, it inherently cannot be prosecuted for intimidating voters. Surely American people would want this case to be discussed in public, under oath by Obama's lawyers. Moreover, it would be interesting to hear Obama-the-Constitutional-Scholar himself explain why white people don't deserve to have civil rights in America.

19. Obama administration handling of the oil spill
There are multiple possible questions. For one, Obama's administration approved BP construction of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in spite of multiple problems with BP's application. His administration missed 4 inspections of BP’s platform in 16 months. Obama's administration waived the safety test on platform and also issued a safety award to BP. This is same administration that was financed by BP during 2008 presidential elections.

When the oil rig exploded, Obama administration showed criminal negligence in its efforts to contain the effects of accident and deliberately lied to the public about its predictions of oil spill. Clearly, in light of all the evidence, American people deserve to know the truth.


 
Any readers willing to add to my short list?

5 comments:

Madison said...

How about looking into whoever was in charge of the whole birth certificate scandal. Conspiracy theories aside. Being American born is a requirement of running for President. Why would ANYONE allow Obama to run let alone take office without it? If he was born here you'd think he'd post his birth certificate on the 6;00 news. If not, how did he ever get this far? lets resolve THIS once and for all.

Christopher said...

Get to the bottom of the connection between Hussein and Blagojevich.

Silverfiddle said...

I think you list is a good one.

Repealing health care and clawing back the tarp money should be first on the agenda.

Gorges Smythe said...

While ALL of these issues need addressed, I believe that the two most important are repealing Obamacare, since it may have the worst longterm effect of those things you mentioned, plus one you didn't mention - having Hillory sign a U.N. arms treaty that most Americans are against. The latter may not be corruption in the same sense, but anything that gives control of our internal issues to outside forces is treason in my very biased opinion.

Trestin Meacham said...

That is a really good list. If we survive this guy; future generations will look back in astonishment at how dumb America was.