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Tonight on He Said She Said with Stacy & Demetrius

Tonight on He Said She Said with Demetrius & Stacy you are in for a serious treat. Our guests are the Reverend CL Bryant, Kurt Schlichter and Jedediah Bila.

Rev. CL Bryant is a minister, activist and creator of the documentary Runaway Slave. Check out my movie review for more on that. If you haven’t seen it, please rush out and catch it! You won’t be disappointed. Rev. Bryant spoke at FreePac and is an authority on the conservative movement. He’ll be speaking with us about the movie, and his reactions to the DNC so far this week. Follow him on twitter: @REVCLBryant

Our second guest is the inimitable Kurt Schlichter. He’s member of the California National Guard, media mogul, Breitbart contributor, author and all around caring guy. Did I mention that he’s an attorney and conservative activist with a laser sharp wit and superior ability to decimate leftists while smiling and having the best time? This is his second time gracing our show with his presence and I’m super excited to get to interview him again. Tweet Kurt @KurtSchlichter

Then the piece de resistance is the ever beautiful and strikingly astute Jedediah Bila. If you don’t know who she is, you probably don’t watch any cable news. She’s a conservative pundit, striking fear into the hearts of manly leftist women everywhere. Jedediah is an author, columnist and radio & tv personality leveraging her voice for the benefit of the conservative movement. Tweet her @JedediahBila


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Romney addresses the NAACP Convention, the Left Wing cries foul

There’s a conversation going on about Mitt Romney intentionally getting booed at his speech at the NAACP Convention that makes very little sense. The idea being put forth is that he used the term ObamaCare in order to provoke a negative reaction from the crowd as a dog whistle to the far right base of the Republican Party. This assertion is so bizarre that it’s difficult to believe that it has any teeth, yet it is gaining traction in the media at large.

The idea that the use of the term ObamaCare is a pejorative against the President is ridiculous. ObamaCare is a term that people in the Obama Administration have used themselves.

Mitt Romney has used that term consistently throughout the campaign to describe the Affordable Care Act, and if he had switched it out for the legislation’s proper name, for this speech only, he would have been accused of flip flopping or pandering. Mitt Romney intentionally trying to garner boos from the NAACP, defies all logic. Why would an candidate try to incite anger from an already hostile crowd, instead of asking for their vote? For any sane person watching the speech, it’s clear that he was comfortably and genuinely trying to connect with any member of the convention that was willing to give his ideas and platform a fair and open hearing.

There were numerous times during his speech that he received applause. Romney’s comments were respectful and filled with the decorum befitting the occasion. Romney clearly presented his ideas for running the country openly and honestly. To assert otherwise is a blind partisan attack on an individual that has gone further than the President has, in that, as of right now, Romney has spoken to the NAACP exactly the same number of times that President Obama has. Once. President Obama has had many invites and only seen fit to accept and speak personally one time; a salient point that no one has bothered to report on.

As a point of order, how many times has Barack Obama gone to address any group of conservative individuals that have ever voted for the Democrats at more than a rate of 10%? Never. And with just cause since our president is very thin skinned and could never speak with the grace and aplomb that Romney demonstrated so easily in his speech to the NAACP.

By making this attack on Romney, the left is proving that they had no intention of giving him a fair audience in the first place. Their very insistence that he went there with foul motives proves that Romney never really had a chance with them to begin with. That isn’t the case with every Black person in America. The NAACP, while once revered as the premier civil rights organization has fallen into a decline in membership and relevance. Their agreement with President Obama on his evolution on the issue of Homosexual Marriage is just one example of how disconnected with the majority of Blacks the NAACP has become. This leaves an opening for Romney, and this speech was his first crack at it.

People of all races are disenchanted with the rhetoric emanating from the Obama campaign: criticizing successful Americans, pitting them against other Americans that are struggling under a crushing Obama economy. The class warfare attacks have gone so far that one of Obama’s chief bundlers has started to publicly push back.

In order to successfully campaign on your record, it has to be a good one and President Obama’s isn’t even decent. A stunningly poor record that Obama and his supporters can’t campaign on opens the door to attacks on his opponent like this one. This tactic is ineffective due to it’s obvious nature.

What is painfully evident is that the Emperor has no clothes. No amount of inveigh against Romney’s speech can hide that fact from an increasingly disenchanted voter base.



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Independence Day after the ObamaTax ruling

On a holiday as important as Independence Day we must understand that this is our time. This is the moment, in which we realize that a blaze has been ignited by an imminent threat to our liberty; a threat disguised as a social program designed to “help” us.  The ruling of the Affordable Care Act as a tax; and therefore constitutional, is that imminent threat.

In the case of such unlimited power bestowed upon elected officials that seem to forget that they serve at our pleasure; it is important to look to our foundations, for guidance.  The Oath of Service that I took when I enlisted in the Air Force is a pertinent guide.  It reads:

The Oath of Office for the armed services

I, (NAME), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

So help me God.

The oath is helpful to read because of the words “against all enemies, foreign and domestic”.  The threat that America faces today definitely originates from the inside.  It is our government, out of control and running amok that is the tyranny at the door.

What should a nation do when faced with tyranny from the inside? America’s founding documents hold the key.  The Declaration of Independence has specific directions for citizens of the United States for just this circumstance:

That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such Principles, and organizing its Powers in such Form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

It is our Constitutional right to remove politicians that place themselves above us in a political class to rule us, instead of working for us as public servants.  We have slumbered too long, basking in the glow of freedom with the expectation that “someone else” would vote, and vett candidates.  “Someone else” would phone bank, donate money to non-profits, and work the polls on election days.  That “someone else” would ensure that our freedoms remained.

There should be no one left under that misapprehension after the disastrous ruling on ObamaTax.  The form of government most likely to effect the Safety and Happiness of it’s people is one that is small, efficient and controlled by an informed citizenry.

We must work to bring that government into reality.  Commit yourself to finding a candidate to support, and do everything that you can to help that person win. Give whatever you can to Mitt Romney. And above all, vote. Take a few people to the polls with you as well.

In 2008, Barack Obama said that we were “5 days away from fundamentally transforming America.”  The passage and implementation of the Affordable Care Act, now popularly known as ObamaTax, will be the final step in doing just that. The only way to stop this harmfully fundamental change is at the ballot box in November.  Now “someone else” is you.  Proceed accordingly.