Saturday, September 29, 2012

The October 3rd Presidential Debate is coming up.  We know what they are going to say. President Obama is going to put on make-up and lie through his teeth like he did in 08. He can’t hide those lying eyes and we cannot believe him if his tongue came notarized. The Tea Party, 41 million strong, is stepping up to the plate and turning out the vote because we know this race is not just about Romney who was not our first, second or even third choice. Unlike some GOP elites who voted for Obama in 2008 (Peggy Noon, Nicole Wallace) and other establishment pundits who are throwing him under the bus (Bill Kristol, Steve Schmidt), we are supporting Romney who IS the GOP nominee.

As patriots first we have to do all we can to save this country. YES, we can win! People are fed up! But we have to be more actively involved locally, get off of facebook for at least a week and check out our local offices where we can help local candidates as well as the national ones. We have to get over our shyness and tell our neighbors and friends who might be afraid to speak up, not to listen to the polls which are being juiced in Obama’s favor to discourage us. For whatever reason, there are people out there who are indifferent, don’t believe we can win, or don't think their vote matters! We must show by our example how excited, motivated and enthusiastic we are, and that they are not alone, but that time is running out.

President Obama has an abysmal record on the economy, a weak foreign policy (I’m being kind), a lying Marxist Media Machine that covers for him no matter what. He surrounds himself with the likes of SEIU thugs who frequent the White House and show up to work earlier than he does.  While Obama is busy tweeting on his blackberry, dancing, golfing, laughing it up at one party after another or rubbing elbows with celebrities on talk shows while the world is on fire, Romney is busy working. Unlike Obama's wife, Michelle, Romney's wife, Ann, buys her own clothes and takes vacations with her own money. Tell me where your treasure is, and I’ll tell you where your heart is. Romney will not attack Christians, our first amendment rights or lobby for gun control via murderous Attorney Generals who have blood on their hands.

Romney did not start his career in the living room of a known domestic hell-raiser and terrorist who still is busy reaking havoc in other parts of the world. He also happened to write his book for him. (By the way, how lame is it that President Obama does not write his own books, or speak eloquently on his own? It is tragically laughable!) He is shameless! Is there anyone you know who would proudly take credit for something they didn’t do? like the Nobel Peace Prize, your own book that launched your political career, or better yet, killing Osama Bin Laden? What a HOAX! And what a sad joke perpetrated on the American people. Gullible people who believed him in 08 have no excuse this time. Unlike Obama, Romney does not surround himself advisors who worship Mao, or close friends whose fathers have ties to Saudi Princes or brothers who want to take over the Presidency.

Obama shows nothing but contempt and disdain for this country, our military, and its citizens by insulting our intelligence every day. The Mideast is laughing in his face. He deserves a shoe thrown at him! When Navy Seals speak against him, what does he do? He sues their book!  He has no heart for America. He does not pledge allegiance to our flag. He wants his own flag (and more). Give him a second chance and you will see his nauseating smile plastered everywhere. He is leaving our gates open for more destruction and chaos. What caring head of a family would leave their home’s security for others to invade? Romney would never ignore an Israeli Prime Minister to attend a fundraiser with the likes of Beyonce and JayZ (who happens to believe in small government by the way, only he votes based on race.) It is simply alarming the number of people who are not yet indignant by his behavior.

This election is not just about one candidate or another. This election is about Good vs. Evil. We must defend what is good. We must do what is right. It will not be easy but it will not be in vain. We must fire Obama who represents everything we do not want for our families, our country, or the world!

Some countries don’t get a second chance. Mine didn’t. I am haunted by the 53 years (and still counting) of the devastation tyranny has caused Cuba. I will not sleep or tire until we prevail.

America, this elections is yours to get right. You must not be indifferent. You must not tire. You must not give up.  America, your country is calling you.

May God save us.

Thursday, September 27, 2012


Day 1 Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

While Americans observe a National Day of Remembrance, a U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is breached. American Ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, and three other Americans are killed by militants in an attack. He is the first U.S. Ambassador killed since 1979.

Chris Steven's bruised, lifeless body is dragged through the streets of Benghazi. (1) Reaction is one of outrage as the picture is circulated on the internet and made public.  Questions arise, and the President's silence is defeaning.  How could this happen to a diplomat and why isn't he speaking out against it?
An apology is issued via the official website of the United States Embassy in Cairo, Egypt. The Embassy first said it issued the statement before the attack, then later said via Twitter that it stood by it's condemnation but decried the breach of the compound.

Hours following the apology by the Embassy in Cairo, thousands of protesters penetrate Embassy grounds by climbing its walls and entering the garden where they rip down and burn the American flag and replace it with one reading: "There is no God but Allah and Mohammed is the Prophet of Allah." They chant "Obama, Obama, there are still a billion Osamas". One sign covers the name of the Embassy at the gate. (2)
Criticism over the apologies prompts the White House to distance itself from the State Department's comments, saying, "The statement by Embassy Cairo was not cleared by Washington and does not reflect the views of the United States government," this according to a senior administration official to Politico.  (3)

As a result of White House comments, the embassy account deletes its post-attack and earlier tweets quoting the original statement. (3a)(3b) (page not found)
At 9:54 p.m Secretary of State Clinton reiterates the U.S. apology via Twitter: "StateDeptVerified@StateDept11 Sep: The U.S. deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. 

A press statement is also issued by Secretary Clinton on the Benghazi attack Tuesday evening:
Press Statement
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State
Washington, DC
September 11, 2012

I condemn in the strongest terms the attack on our mission in Benghazi today. As we work to secure our personnel and facilities, we have confirmed that one of our State Department officers was killed. We are heartbroken by this terrible loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and those who have suffered in this attack.
This evening, I called Libyan President Magariaf to coordinate additional support to protect Americans in Libya. President Magariaf expressed his condemnation and condolences and pledged his government’s full cooperation.
Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet. The United States deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. Our commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation. But let me be clear: There is never any justification for violent acts of this kind.
In light of the events of today, the United States government is working with p
artner countries around the world to protect our personnel, our missions, and American citizens worldwide
Meanwhile, President Obama does not schedule an appointment to see Prime Minister Netanyahu, but instead, finds the time to fly to Las Vegas for a fundraiser, and schedule for another fundraiser with Jay-Z and Beyonce the following week, where 100 guests will pay $40,000 per ticket. He accepts an invitation to appear on the David Letterman Show as well.  (4)

Obama also tapes a strange video via the White House youtube channel where he greets the Emir of Qatar and praises the Arab Spring.  
Sarah Palin writes on her facebook page (at around 11 p.m. Tuesday night.)

Apparently President Obama can’t see Egypt and Libya from his house. On the anniversary of the worst terrorist attacks ever perpetrated on America, our embassy in Cairo and our consulate in Benghazi were attacked by violent Islamic mobs. In Cairo, they scaled the walls of our embassy, destroyed our flag, and replaced it with a black Islamic banner. In Benghazi, the armed gunmen set fire to our consulate and killed an American staff member. The Islamic radicals claim that these attacks are in protest to some film criticizing Islam. In response to this, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo issued a statement that was so outrageous many of us thought it must be a satire. The Embassy actually apologized to the violent mob attacking us, and it even went so far as to chastise those who use free speech to “hurt the religious feelings of Muslims.” (Funny, the current administration has no problem hurting the “religious feelings” of Catholics.) 

But where is the president’s statement about this? These countries represent his much touted “Arab Spring.” How’s that Arab Spring working out for us now? Have we received an apology yet from our “friends” in the Muslim Brotherhood for the assault on our embassy?

It’s about time our president stood up for America and condemned these Islamic extremists. I realize there must be a lot on his mind these days – what with our economy’s abysmal jobless numbers and Moody’s new warning about yet another downgrade to our nation’s credit rating due to the current administration’s failure to come up with a credible deficit reduction plan. And, of course, he has a busy schedule – with all those rounds of golf, softball interviews with the “Pimp with the Limp,” and fundraising dinners with his corporate cronies. But our nation’s security should be of utmost importance to our Commander-in-chief. America can’t afford any more “leading from behind” in such a dangerous world. We already know that President Obama likes to “speak softly” to our enemies. If he doesn’t have a “big stick” to carry, maybe it’s time for him to grow one. 

It receives 148,000 likes.  (Maybe because it is the type of response one would expect from a leader.)

GOP Presidential Candidate Romney makes a statement about the White House's inappropriate response:

"I’m outraged by the attacks on American diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt and by the death of an American consulate worker in Benghazi. It’s disgraceful that the Obama administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions, but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks."

11:53 p.m. (released by Talking Points Memo) Before issuing any condemnation of the attacks themselves, Obama criticizes Romney's remarks via his campaign press secretary Ben LaBolt who states: (4a)

“We are shocked that, at a time when the United States of America is confronting the tragic death of one of our diplomatic officers in Libya, Governor Romney would choose to launch a political attack.”  (4b)

Day 2  Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

In the most dispassionate and low key voice possible, the President makes a statement at the Rose Garden, after having attacked Romney's remarks 8 hours earlier. He condemns the attacks in the strongest terms. "We reject all efforts to denigrate the beliefs of others." "We will not break ties with Libya." "Chris Stevens died in Benghazi, a city he helped save." (5 video no longer there.) 

Mitt Romney is holding a press conference where he criticizes the Obama administration's response to the attacks and take issue with the apology put out by the U.S. embassy in Cairo. The media is caught on tape coordinating an attack on ROMNEY prior to his remarks. (6)
Romney's statement: "America will not tolerate attacks against our citizens and against our embassies. We'll defend also our constitutional rights of speech, assembly, and religion.  We have confidence in our cause in America. We respect our constitution. We stand for the principles our Constitution protects. We encourage other nations to understand and respect the principles of our Constitution because we recognize that these principles are the ultimate source of freedom for inviduals around the world. Possibly the administration was wrong to stand by a statement sympathizing with those who had breached our Embassy in Egypt, instead of condemning their actions. It's never too early for the United States Government to condemn attacks on America and to defend our values.   The White House distanced itself last night from the statement saying it wasn't cleared by Washington. That reflects the mixed signals they're sending to the world. The attacks on Libya underscore that the world remains a dangerous place and that American leadership is still sorely needed . In the face of this violence America cannot shrink from the responsibility to lead. American leadership is necessary to ensure that events in the region don't spin out of control. We cannot hesitate to use our influence in the region, to support those who share our values and our interest. Over the last few years we stood witness to an Arab spring that presents an opportunity for a more peaceful and prosperous region.. We must strive to ensure that the Arab Spring does not become an Arab Winter." (7)

Romney takes questions from reporters @ 2:46 mark.  Here is the exchange:

First question from reporter (inaudible).

Romney:  "The Embassy in Cairo put out a satement after their grounds had been breached. Protesters were inside the grounds. They reiterated that statement after the breach. I think its a terrible course for America to stand in apology for our values; that instead when our grounds are being attacked and being breached, that the first response of the United States must be outrage at the breach of the sovereignty of our nation.  And apology for America's values is never the right course."

Reporter:  Governor Romney, do you think that coming so soon after the events really unfolded overnight and as the crisis is unfolding, that you jumped the gun?
Romney: "The White House  has also issued a statement it tried to to distance itself from those comments saying it did not reflect their views. I had the exact same reaction. Those views were inappropriate and the wrong course to take when our embassy was breached by protesters. The first response should not be to say yes we stand by our comments that suggest that there's something wrong with the right of free speech."
Reporter: Governor Romney why do you think there is something wrong with their comments?

Romney:  "It's their administration. Their administration spoke. The president takes responsibility not just for the words that come his mouth but also from the words of his Ambassador's, from his administration, from his embassies, from his State Department. They clearly sent mixed messages to the world, and the statement that came from the administration, and the embassy is the administration."

The president and I have differences of opinion and our policies with regards to Iran, Syria, Israel, Afghanistan.  We join together in the condemnation of the attacks on American embassies and the loss of American lives. It's important to say that the statements were inappropriate and disgraceful part of the administration to make a statement to apologize for American values."

ReporterDo you regret having that statement come out early, have you jumped the gun?

ReporterIf you had known the Ambassador had died..?

Romney: "President Obama has demonstrated a lack of clarity on foreign policy.  Mine has three fundamental branches.  First confidence in our cause. A recognition that the principles America was based upon are not something we shrink from or apologize for. That we stand for those principles. Second, clarity of purpose, which is that we have a foreign policy that we explain it to the American people and to Congress. Third, resolve in our might . That in those rare circumstances where we decide it's essential to apply military might, that we do so with overwhelming force and clarity of a mission. I haven't seen them in the President.  He's a hit or miss. NOthing is based upon sound foreign policy."  (7a)

Remarkably, after the 8:11 mark on the clip the reporter accuses Romney of attacking the President with the wrong chronology, saying the apology was out before the protests!!
                                                   ..... end of press conference.... 
The Media spends the rest of the day reporting that Romney's remarks are an attack on Obama. 

Obama tells Jose Diaz Balart on Telemundo that Romney should not politicize the issue. He says re: Egypt: "I don't think that we would consider them an ally, but we don't consider them an enemy" (8)

Libyan officials admit they gave up consulate personnel to the Islamists who murdered them. (9)
Hillary Clinton blames the attack on a small savage group" and says the Libyan government and people are not responsible , but a State Department official says this: 

"Frankly, we are not in a position to speak any further to the perpetrators of this attack. It was clearly a complex attack. We’re going to have to do a full investigation … We are committed to working with the Libyans both on the investigation and to ensure that we bring the perpetrators to justice. The FBI is already committed to assisting in that, but I just – we’re – it’s just too early to speak to who they were and if they might have been otherwise affiliated beyond Libya."   (10)

Pam Geller articulates that evening how weak the leader of the free world is, speaks out against savage jihad's assault on civilized freedoms, and calls the attacks an act of war. She also warns of Obama's anti-freedom policies. (11)

Day 3 Thursday, September 13th, 2012
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton makes a second statement at a press conference on September 13, 2012, U.S. She condemns the violence in Egypt, Libya and Yemen and describes the anti-Islam film posted on YouTube as "disgusting and reprehensible." (12)

 Obama attends a campaign event in Colorado.


Good morning. Well, let me welcome our friends and colleagues from Morocco here to the Benjamin Franklin Room on the eighth floor of the State Department for this very important first session of the U.S.-Morocco Strategic Dialogue. Before I begin to address the significance of this Strategic Dialogue and the next step in our long relations with Morocco, I want to say a few words about the events unfolding in the world today.

We are closely watching what is happening in Yemen and elsewhere, and we certainly hope and expect that there will be steps taken to avoid violence and prevent the escalation of protests into violence.

I also want to take a moment to address the video circulating on the internet that has led to these protests in a number of countries. Let me state very clearly -- and I hope it is obvious -- that the United States Government had absolutely nothing to do with this video. We absolutely reject its content and message. America's commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation. And as you know, we are home to people of all religions, many of whom came to this country seeking the right to exercise their own religion, including, of course, millions of Muslims. And we have the greatest respect for people of faith.

To us, to me personally, this video is disgusting and reprehensible. It appears to have a deeply cynical purpose: to denigrate a great religion and to provoke rage. But as I said yesterday, there is no justification, none at all, for responding to this video with violence. We condemn the violence that has resulted in the strongest terms, and we greatly appreciate that many Muslims in the United
States and around the world have spoken out on this issue.

Violence, we believe, has no place in religion and is no way to honor religion. Islam, like other religions, respects the fundamental dignity of human beings, and it is a violation of that fundamental dignity to wage attacks on innocents. As long as there are those who are willing to shed blood and take innocent life in the name of religion, the name of God, the world will never know a true and lasting peace. It is especially wrong for violence to be directed against diplomatic missions. These are places whose very purpose is peaceful: to promote better understanding across countries
and cultures. All governments have a responsibility to protect those spaces and people, because to attack an embassy is to attack the idea that we can work together to build understanding and a better future.

Now, I know it is hard for some people to understand why the United States cannot or does not just prevent these kinds of reprehensible videos from ever seeing the light of day. Now, I would note that in today's world with today's technologies, that is impossible. But even if it were possible, our country does have a long tradition of free expression which is enshrined in our Constitution and our law, and we do not stop individual citizens from expressing their views no matter how distasteful they may be.

There are, of course, different views around the world about the outer limits of free speech and free expression, but there should be no debate about the simple proposition that violence in response to speech is not acceptable. We all -- whether we are leaders in government, leaders in civil society or religious leaders -- must draw the line at violence. And any responsible leader should be standing up now and drawing that line."
The President of Yemen apologizes to the President for new attacks in Yemen. (14) 
Conservatives react. "The Rise of Islamic Supremacism" (15) "Obama had 48 hours warning" (16)

Day 4  Friday, September 14th, 2012.
Confirmed:  There were NO Marines guarding the U.S. Consulate in Libya when Ambassador Stevens was killed.  Hillary Clinton signed off on the decision. (17)

Embassies are under attack world-wide. World is on fire.  (18)

Obama invites MORSI to the United States. (19)

A "solemn" ceremony is held to honor the memory four servicemen who died in the massacre. The opportunity is turned into a photo-op for the President and the former First Lady. Obama is caught
tweeting the sale of his fall sweatshirts as the caskets of the four bodies are unloaded from the plane.  (20) Video of ceremony (20a) Pictures (20b)  
President Obama attends a campaign event in Washington at a private residence.
Day 5  Saturday, September 15th, 2012.
Libyan officials believe that the attacks were planned and that protests over a film mocking the Prophet Mohammed are a diversion. Why then is the administration using it as an excuse? (21) 

Four days of continued terrorist attacks against America. Obama campaigns at three separate events.

Day 6  Sunday, September 16th, 2012.
Susan Rice, US Ambassador to the United Nations, repeats the reason for the attacks. She blames it on a small group of extremists who hijacked the Embassy, responding to an offensive video. She does the circuit on Sunday talk shows including Fox News Sunday and This week, and flat-out lies to the American people. (22) Interesting to note, "for more on what happened and why" .. ABC (23)

Day 7  Monday, September 17th, 2012.
Obama schedules his fifth campaign event. Media still focused on Romney being the issue.

Ambassador Rice on "Meet the Press“: This is a response to a hateful and offensive video that was widely disseminated throughout the Arab and Muslim world.” 

On Sunday, Representative Allen West characterizes comments made by U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice as "asinine, naive" and "inept". His comments are in response to Rice's assertion that the attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya was a “spontaneous reaction” to an online anti-Islamic video. (24)

West: "When I listened to the U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice today, several words came to mind: asinine, naive, inept, incompetent, and borderline ignorant," he said. "Because when you understand that the Egyptian government, their intelligence services, put out a letter talking about a potential threat of attacks and uprisings about a week before this. It was even printed in the Jerusalem Post on 9/11. And anyhow I can tell you…having been in a combat zone several times after 9/11, we were always on a higher state of security and alertness on 9/11. It should have been the exact same thing here."

"And for Susan Rice to say that this was not a well coordinated attack – first of all, I’d have to ask her what is her line of expertise in understanding what a well-coordinated attack is, because this was not happenstance. It was not coincidence.  This was well-planned, well-coordinated, and the president there in Libya confirms that,” he added. West also said that the administration is "outright distorting the truth" with the help of a complicit media, and that the United States, under Obama, has shown a consistent policy of “appeasement.”

“We have emboldened our enemies and really confused our allies,” he added.

“I think this really does come down to an issue for [the Obama administration]. They see the failures of their domestic economic policies, the last thing they can [afford] to have is also to be seen as weak on foreign policy.”

West also said that the President needs to clarify his Middle East policy, and spoke of cutting off aid to countries like Egypt and Libya who do not protect U.S. embassies.

VIDEO of ambassador being dragged surfaces (25)

Libyan President Mohammad Magarief tells CBS’ “Face the Nation” that the assault was “definitely planned by foreigners, by people who entered the country a few months ago and they were planning criminal acts since their arrival.”

Day 8   Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
The Day Obama became Toxic. A Benghazi Timeline and interesting scenario laid out. Obama may be a narcissistic sociopath. (25a)

French Magazine publishes cartoon that is insulting to Muslim extremists:n (25b)

Obama goes on David Letterman. Not time to meet with any of his security advisors or Prime Minister of Israel.  Too busy rubbing elbows and charming it up with adoring, rich celebrities. 

FAST & FURIOUS cover up is reported: (25c)

Day 9  Wednesday, September 19th, 2012. 
Alan Horowitz speaks out: "Free Speech is Free Speech." There was no need for an apology. He discusses the persecution of the Anti-Islamic filmmaker, brings up Hillary's involvement in a possible cover up.  Megyn cuts him off and says those matters would not be discussed in the segment. (26)
The Obama administration finally admits the attacks were caused by terrorists. (27)  

Obama posts his new flag poster (28)

Monica Lewinsky announces she is going to publish a tell-all book about Bill Clinton and their White House days together. (29)

Day 10  September 20th, 2012.
Jorge RAMOS interviews Obama. 

Q: "We have reports that the White House said today that the attacks in Libya were a terrorist attack. Do you have information indicating that it was Iran, or al Qaeda was behind organizing the protests?
The President:
"Well, we're still doing an investigation, and there are going to be different circumstances in different countries. And so I don’t want to speak to something until we have all the information. What we do know is that the natural protests that arose because of the outrage over the video were used as an excuse by extremists to see if they can also directly harm U.S. interests -- " 
Transcript (30) Video (30a)

Embassies around the world are attacked. A second wave of apologies is made (31).
Day 11  September 21st, 2012.
CLINTON to host MORSI in NYC (32)
Anderson Cooper admits CNN had possession of the diary of Ambassador Stevens, and used to report against the family's wishes. (33)

Day 12  September 22nd, 2012. 
Hillary Clinton blames CNN for the mishandling of the Diary (34)

FOX NEWS makes an extensive report about a Cover-UP. (35)

Obama says he plans to release one third of Gitmo Inmates (36)

Christian Filmmaker to be attacked at UN speech. (37)

Robert Gibbs twists himself into a pretzel because he has to lie about the attacks. (38)
MORSI says Egypt is not going to comply with US terms for relations. (39)

Day 13  September 23th, 2012
Joe Miller writes about Anderson Cooper's admission. (39a)

Day 14  September 24th, 2012
Filmmaker exposed but NO major MEDIA outlet reports this. (39b)

Obama's September 12th interview on CBS's "60 minutes" is aired. In the segment, he makes several gaffes, including the "BUMP IN THE ROAD" remark, and Netanyahu's demands of Iran as unwanted noise. (40)

Hillary Clinton aid tells reporter to fuck off (41)

Day 15   September 25th, 2012.
UN speech. (42)  Obama apologizes for the film. Again.

President Obama says the Future does not belong to practicing Christians.  (43)

More is know about Innocence of Muslims. Film is made by terrorists. (44)
Ben Smith speaks out (45) "We are not bumps in the Road"

Montana Senator and former Navy Seal, Ryan Zinke, speaks out. (46) He says we look weak to the rest of the world. 

Why are so many former military men speaking out?   Have we ever seen so many military men speak out against their Commander in Chief?  It is not normal. There must be good reason why!
The next blog post #29 will be a follow-up with reaction from Senator McCain, Congressman Allen West, Governor Sarah Palin, Senator Marco Rubio and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann.

Blog post #30 will continue the timeline, days #16-30.   Thank you for stopping by.

(5)  (SCRUBBED!)
(7) Statement
(7a) Video clip
(10) Hillary saying its a small savage group
Pam Geller, not a war about a film, this is a war on our freedom, criminalizing speech:
(21) FIND link to picture of man taken as filmmaker
(22) Fox News Sunday
(23) This week (ABC):;
(23) This week (ABC):;
(24) Rep. Allen West: Ambassador Rice's comments on Libya 'asinine, naive, inept'

Related Links:

SEPTEMBER 10th, 2012  OBama misses over half his intelligence briefings.
OBAMA gives 1.5 billion in aid to Muslim Brotherhood bypassing Congress.
Obama's address on September 8th, 2012 to mark the 11th anniversary of 9/11. Just words..

Links for Obama's campaign events directly from the White House Schedule page

GOP looks for answers.

AUGUST 13 Hillary and Huma


Friday, September 21, 2012


OCCUPY UNMASKED is released today, September 21st, and by Video on Demand on September 25th. It is Andrew Breitbart's last major work and legacy. It exposes the lying media who is still complicit in covering up the truth about the Occupy movement. This will pump you up and get you mad all over again just in time for the election.

Andrew is in the movie throughout explaining the movement, how the media covered it up, and its ties leading up to our so-called leader. It was so sad to see him on screen knowing he would have been thrilled to be there. Tampa was like a war zone there because of security, in great part due to this movie being shown.  What a tribute to Andrew that some from the movement, including code pink founders were invited to view the film and participate in a Q & A that followed.  While some had legitimate concerns, most chose the opportunity to moan and groan about how unfairly the movement was portrayed in the film.

Andrew Breitbart was a great patriot and hero in my book. He loved and defended Sarah Palin and the TEA PARTY movement like no one else in the media.  He made it "cool" to be Conservative.


HERE is the latest clip by David N. Bossie unmasking the media's bias in a recent interview:


And HERE are some pictures of the Question & Answer session that took place after the screening:
(August 30, 2012)

You may have noticed there is a young man in most of the pictures. He was a libertarian (Ron Paul supporter probably).  He was so annoying that after he had his chance to speak he kept interrupting the the cast on stage who had to quiet him down on a couple of occasions. He was seated right behind me, so to me it was fair to record and take pictures of him as he frantically took notes and made his outbursts.  I know they take their efforts seriously, but I could not help myself.  The last one clip had me in stitches and I am stilling laughing to this day! (I'll refer to him as the Libertarian) ~Enjoy!~ 

1st clip:  Libertarian complaining why his message is not shown in the film:   

2nd clip:  Protester complaining the police is out in full force and is scaring everyone away. Libertarian yells "you should be ashamed!"

3rd clip:   Libertarian yells at Bryan Carmody (former detective in the film) "you're a liar!"

4th clip:  Ron Paul Libertarian talking back to me:

Have a great day!  Thanks for stopping by.  Please be sure to check Blog Posts # 22 through 24 for my entire experience there (if you haven't already).
One more thing.. this was OWS one year later this past Monday.  Where's the media?

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

BLOG POST #26           NEVER FORGET. 2001. 2008.     

After a day of reflection and prayer I cannot stop thinking about how grave a situation we have before us, and how Obama has to be gone, no matter what, by November 6th. Browsing through links and pictures of 9/11 brings it home.

GOPAYL was founded to keep an eye on the GOP. We have. We will not forget what our mission is. We will continue to rant and vent and pray that what is right will be done. But NOW is NOT the time to hurt the cause that has motivated most of us since 2008.

I believe there is a balance that must be struck between staying principled as a voter and citizen and doing what is right for the greater good. God bless the close-knit Palin community who fights with heart and passion. It is up to everyone to do what they feel in their heart is right.

I can only share what helps me COPE and even get optimistic about the future: the fact that this election is really NOT ABOUT MITT ROMNEY and that yes, he can win. WE JUST NEED to step up to the plate, even if we continue to watch what he does. That doesn't mean we stop keeping a watchful eye on our leaders.

ROMNEY is the nominee. I do not feel I have to cheer him on necessarily, but I cannot hurt the cause that others are trying to fight, including Sarah Palin. I was thinking about this today, but for Obama, there might not be the intense adoration and passion that she ignited in our hearts several years ago. WE would have loved her for the treasure that she is, but it was because there was Obama that her spirit, and clarity and "light" was brighter. I will never forget what the GOP did in 2008. But I cannot honestly say that Romney was the one keeping me up at night. It was Barrack Obama.

I am only speaking for myself. As adamant as I may feel about the GOP, and as much as I will continue keeping the pressure on (without it, let's face it, they would not be pushing back as much as they have been), I have to say this: I am a team player. Let's deal with first things first and keep our priorities clear.

Again, we do not have to give up on what we believe. I do not like MITT ROMNEY. He is not the TEA PARTY/CONSERVATIVE candidate. He is the GOP establishment, Liberal Progressive Republican candidate. But the GOP cannot win this election without us. Let them take all the credit in the world for it. I will not let my pride get in the way. Obama has to go.

9/11 serves as a reminder that Obama does not act like ONE OF US, he does not believe in the same fundamental principles as we do, and he does not worship the GOD of GOOD. He sympathizes with the religion that claimed the lives of 2,998 helpless souls eleven years ago. He is cold, detached, and "leads" with just words and no heart for America.

There are many things I cannot forget, but this I know: THIS ELECTION is NOT about ROmney. He is not the one who kept us awake at night out of fear for our future. This election is about getting rid of OBAMA. It is about GOOD V. EVIL.

I will humbly pray that we come together, in our individual, unique ways, to do what is right.

Thank you for reading.

Isabel Matos


Saturday, September 1, 2012

BLOG POST # 24    OCCUPY TAMPA: How a TEA PARTY "Outsider" felt like an insider despite the RNC! (Part III)
At the end of an exhausting but exciting three days, I died and went to heaven.  The unbelievable opportunity to meet Lieutenant Colonel Allen West made every effort worthwhile - the hurricane warnings, the security zones, the lack of enthusiasm for my party's convention!  He was in the tent next to the Film Event doing a special fundraiser. 
At 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 30th, 2012, I was able to not only to shake hands with Allen (that is what he asked me to call him), but to have the chance to let him know how unhappy we were with the GOP and how they are trying to exclude the TEA PARTY from the process.  I told him about GOPAYL.  I said he had a group of very loyal and devoted grassroots Palin supporters who loved  him very much.  He was enchanted, of course. 
I probably stumbled, stuttered and looked like an idiot as the words somehow came out of my mouth, but since I have close friends who would die for the chance to meet him, I swallowed my pride and was happy  to give it my all.  I hope this friend appreciates the sacrifice I made for her on this day. ;) It was very difficult, indeed! (I am kidding, of course.) I dedicate this blog to her.  This was the perfect ending for my story in Tampa, which began with an invitation from a gifted filmmaker.  He was just the greatest out of so many great reasons why I felt like an insider as an outsider at the RNC Convention, after all.
Thank you, Mr. West.  I will remember this day with gratitude, pride and admiration for all you've done to restore dignity and honor to this country. I wish you the best this election year and always. God bless you on behalf of myself and all my members at GOPAYL!   

       Please be sure to read blog posts 22 and 23 (if you haven't.) Thanks for stopping by!