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Thursday, September 29, 2011

The Patriot Enclave-show notes: 9-29

(AUDIO) Eva Longoria thinks the President is getting a raw deal from America. She also thinks the Tea Party movement is dangerous and extreme.

(AUDIO) Herman Cain says blacks have been brain-washed into supporting Democrats. I agree. What have Democrats actually done to improve the black community over all these years?

(AUDIO) North Carolina Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue recommends suspending congressional elections for the next couple of years. Uh, what the heck is she talking about. Basically we should suspend elections so Democrats can force more unwanted legislation down our throats? Yeah, how about not.

(AUDIO) Chuck Woolery is at it again. This time he has a great way to raise some more revenue for our country so we can just keep on spending.

(AUDIO) Ex-AMEX CEO Harvey Golub says two very interesting things in an interview with Laura Ingraham-First, he cant understand the economic policy making of this Administration. He says his grandson understands capitalism and economics better than the Obama Administration. Later he says that the truth of the matter (on the Buffett tax rule) is those guys would rather spend the money themselves and make more money than give it to the government so he isn't sure what the motivation is.

(AUDIO) Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee says to bloggers "stop playing racial politics" and then proceeds to play racial politics.

The SCOTUS will hear the healthcare law case. The Obama Administration, the National Federation of Independent Business and 26 state attorneys general have all asked the Supreme Court to hear the case.

We had racist cupcake sales at the university of berkley in CA


Then we’ve had the #OccupyWallStreet protests going on in New York City......ugh. Go back to your mothers basement. Susan Sorandon, Michael Moore and Professor Cornel West came to lend their support.