We often hear that we must enact amnesty for illegals because they do jobs that Americans simply won’t do. In this edition of the show, we focused on average citizens doing what gutless weasels in Congress won’t; that is, standing up for our precious Constitution. With the blatant lawlessness of the Obama administration on display every single day, the need for patriotic Americans to take action is more important than ever.
First, we heard from the extraordinarily courageous former Lt. Col. Terry Lakin, who spent 5 months in prison for the crime of questioning Barack Obama’s eligibility to hold the office of President of the United States. He is a modern-day Patrick Henry and his book Officer’s Oath is well worth reading.
In the second hour, we heard from dogged citizen journalist David Codrea, Gun Rights Examiner and publisher of The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance joined us to discuss the ethics complaint he and Mike Vanderboegh recently filed with the D.C. Bar, seeking the disbarment of Eric “Stonewall” Holder.
The embarrassment that is the Obama campaign continues to demonstrate that the message they took from their 2008 victory is that the American public is as dumb as a box of rocks by staking their future on the claim that our country’s current economic misery has something to do with what Mitt Romney was doing in 2000, and darkly suggesting that he may even be a felon.
Never doubt me: no matter how many years tax returns he releases, the Obama campaign, both on and off the payroll, the latter sometimes called “journalists,” will ask for more information to use to distract us from Obama’s failures. On two separate Sunday shows, O bots suggested that Bain Capital needs to release the minuts of its Board meetings!
Which is creepier: the return of Anthony “Tweet My Privates” Weiner or what I witnessed over the weekend, an 80-something man reading Fifty Shades of Gray in a bookstore cafè?