Story #1 tells us of how the storming of the British Embassy in Tehran was done in solidarity with the Occupy movement. #2 compares Obama and Newt. #3 tells us of the problems a candidacy by Newt against Obama has some Democratic strategist worried. #4 lays out Obama’s top 10 Constitutional Violations.
1. Tehran’s British Embassy stormed in solidarity with OWS movement
Curiously, 4 days after a mob of "students" attacked and sacked the British embassy in Tehran, a letter has magically appeared from these same "students" PROCLAIMING THAT THE EMBASSY WAS "OCCUPIED" IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE 99%.
The official Iranian news agency:
"We have occupied the British embassy to voice support for the 99 percenters of the world and in opposition to the policies of the world arrogance," the letter said on Saturday.
"We as the students who have occupied the British embassy in Tehran announce explicitly that we are standing for our historical decision and will humiliate Britain and make it regret," it added.
THE IRANIAN STUDENTS CALLED ON THE STUDENTS, ELITES AND TRUTH-SEEKING PEOPLE ACROSS THE WORLD TO ATTACK THE INTERESTS OF BRITAIN IN THEIR REGION AND STOP LONDON FROM LOOTING THEIR COUNTRIES AND NATIONS ANY FURTHER….
Actually this may be a fit.
2. Comparing Obama and Newt
Yes, he's imperfect. Who's not?
But compare Gingrich to Obama. G has a Ph.D. in history (something the leftist media always forgets to tell us) and has written 20 books, some of them good ones, all expressing a deep understanding of the unique American experiment and the U.S. Constitution.
OBAMA THINKS THE CONSTITUTION IS SOME KIND OF WHITE IMPERIALIST PLOT DESIGNED TO KEEP THE VICTIMS OF THE WORLD DOWN AND OPPRESSED. That's why he did those deep bows to medieval tyrants like President Hu (the terror-master of Tibet), the figurehead emperor of Japan, and the desert-king of Arabia, King Abdullah of the house of Saud. No American president in history -- ever -- has physically and symbolically bowed down to medieval tyrants. Never….
Gingrich will eat Obama for lunch as Obama is revealed for what he is; a second rate ideologue
3. Why Newt worries some Democratic strategists
But even as Gingrich’s sudden rise has filled many Obama supporters with cheer and some Republicans with dread, SOME DEMOCRATIC STRATEGISTS WORRY THAT THE COMBATIVE GINGRICH PRESENTS SOME CHALLENGES FOR THE OBAMA CAMPAIGN THAT WOULD NOT EXIST IF ROMNEY WERE THE GOP CANDIDATE.
Where Romney, the former business executive and Massachusetts governor, poses a threat in his ability to win independents and conservative Democrats attracted to his image as an economic Mr. Fix-It, GINGRICH COULD PURSUE A STRATEGY THAT COMBINES ENERGIZING THE CONSERVATIVE BASE AND CHIPPING AWAY DEMOCRATIC SUPPORT AMONG HISPANICS — an electoral formula that helped George W. Bush win in 2004.
Some Democrats believe that Gingrich, a hero of the conservative movement, would excite the party base more than a former liberal-state governor with a history of centrist views. And voters yearning for authenticity may be more open to the voluble and rumpled former House speaker, who frequently discusses his past mistakes and his recent conversion to Catholicism, than to a former equity-fund executive with perfect salt-and-pepper hair.
“He does not carry Wall Street baggage,” said one Democratic strategist working on the Obama reelection effort, speaking on the condition of anonymity to freely discuss his thinking. “He’s really smart. He’s definitely authentic.”
Perhaps most significantly, GINGRICH HAS AN EXTENSIVE HISPANIC OUTREACH ORGANIZATION, WHICH HE HAS BEEN BUILDING FOR YEARS. Unlike anything in the Romney playbook, that network could give Gingrich a head start slicing into Obama’s base in key states in the Mountain West, where Hispanics are a fast-growing swing voting bloc. Polls show Hispanic voters, two-thirds of whom backed Obama in 2008, still favor the president — but GOP STRATEGISTS BELIEVE THAT WINNING 40 PERCENT OF THAT VOTE COULD DISRUPT OBAMA’S ELECTORAL COLLEGE STRATEGY BY PUTTING COLORADO, ARIZONA AND NEVADA IN THE REPUBLICAN COLUMN.
I think Newt appeals to independents as well with his many ideas. They will watch the campaign and think, “Obama has failed, let’s give this guy a chance.”
4. Obama’s top ten Constitutional violations
It’s an interesting article and it starts with the Individual Mandate.