“I’ll tell you what. He went to Occidental College then suddenly he ends up at one of the best schools in the country, Columbia. He vaults from there to Harvard Law School. Suddenly he’s on the Harvard Law Review. Suddenly he’s the editor of Harvard Law Review. We’ve never seen any grades of the guy. These are legitimate questions,” Buchanan said.
Contrary to a fake poll the GOP has been spreading around, Jack Davis has a solid 23% in the Siena poll. Corwin has 36 and Hochul 31. (The poll actually understates Jack’s support by oversampling Erie where Corwin and Hochul are stronger.)
Last year, they gave Carl a fake poll that had DiPietro at 9%. Same this time. They said Jack had 9%. Liars!
We have a chance to elect a Tea Party congressman and send a message to the whole rotten establishment.
We are having an important event on Saturday. Please email me if you can attend. I’m not disclosing what we are doing since the opponents love to steal our ideas–they’ve done it for years.
By now, most people have heard the accounts of Black patrons allegedly kicked out of 4play on Chippewa.
The management of a Chippewa Street nightclub Saturday kicked out 40 to 50 members of a private party because the party contained too many African-Americans and not enough whites, according to two Buffalo party planners and a patron who witnessed the incident.
Former patrons of 4Play Nightclub on Chippewa Street are filing formal complaints against the club, and the Citizens’ Rights Commission in Buffalo says it will try and determine if there was a pattern of discrimination at this night spot.
I find a couple of things troubling with this incident and how it is being handled.Â First, I strongly support the right of a business owner to make decisions on the best way to run his/her business without government interference.Â Business owners put their time and sweat on the line, while risking their financial investment.Â Patrons have the concordant right to take their business elsewhere if they don’t like the owner’s policies.Â Business owners should not have to pander to every whim of some government agency in the name of political correctness.Â Absent actual damages, the patrons of 4play have no legitimate complaint.Â For the life of me, I don’t understand why people don’t just stop patronizing a business that overtly doesn’t want them there.
The second thing I find troubling is the minimalistic attitude regarding the fact that money was owed to the establishment, yet totally deemed unimportant.
One of the managers in the video from Saturday night could be heard saying some of the money for the party at the club had not been paid. But promoters say it was all about race, and not the money.
There will be a Niagara County Tea Party Rally for Jack Davis on Tuesday, May 10th, 7-9pm at the Knights of Columbus, 755 Erie Ave, N. Tonawanda.
The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
The tea party movement has a rare chance to elect its own Congressman on May 24th. This would send a message to the GOP that we cannot be used for votes and then tossed into the trash can ever again.
The tea party movement put the GOP in charge of the House and was promptly rewarded with a new budget that increases spending $3.3 billion and funds Obamacare and Planned Parenthood.
“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.”
Please come and grab a sign and let us know how you can help in the last few weeks.
Jack Davis is opening his Greece office tomorrow (Tues.) at 2pm.
It’s at 2275 West Ridge Rd., Greece, at the Mall.
Hope to see you there.
I’m beginning to smell victory.
The modern mind has utterly lost any sense about how nasty and brutish life was before the first one.
That’s my approach to the special election for Congress (NY26) with Jack Davis running a populist campaign against the corporate state and power elites. Let’s add the Buffalo News to the recipient list of the message.
They published an incredibly biased “profile” of the three candidates today, bashing Jack for his attributes and heaping absurd praise on the power elite candidates. The photos were biased and the headlines were biased too.
Hey Buffalo News, really a sorry ass performance. I mean, my expectations are low to begin with but you managed to dip far below them.
So send the corporate state liberal News a message on election day as well. Enjoy!
(JO–Davis staff but these are my opinions only.)
There is a reason why Jane Corwin says little about what spending cuts she would make right now. Every time you spell out a real cut, you risk losing votes. As a machine politician, her main job is to get elected, to gain power. The machine uses that power to pay off the soldiers with patronage and the special interests with pork. Machine politicians don’t shrink government. They need it too much. That’s why it’s a mistake to think that Corwin and Davis are splitting votes. A vote for Corwin is a vote for the machine. A vote for Davis is a vote for his platform including large, real and specific cuts. If you like Davis but vote for Corwin, you are wasting your vote on something entirely different. Finally, it’s fallacious to vote for Corwin on the basis of her vague promises. She will do as she is told by the machine that put her office including her boss, big government conservative John Boehner.
So, Corwin’s campaign is about something. It’s just that the something is something really bad they don’t want you to know about.
by James Ostrowski
I was robbed! I went to see the movie the mainstream media described as Mel Gibson’s “anti-Semitic,” “gratuitously graphic” film, The Passion of the Christ, and saw nothing of the kind for my six dollars. I saw an entirely different movie. Worse yet, having steeled myself for all the purported blood and gore, and having adopted the pose of a reviewer, mini-notebook in hand, I was fairly impervious to the film’s emotional impact for the first several minutes. Alas, eventually, I realized I had not been cheated by the theater or Mel Gibson, but by the reviewers and critics. I saw, not the critics’ film, but Mel Gibson’s â€” cinematic history’s first genuine effort to capture the horrible reality of the death of Jesus.
The film is not anti-Semitic. Though set in a time and place where there were mostly Jews and a few Romans, it accurately depicts humanity at all times and places. There are a few good people with the courage of their convictions (mostly Jews, one Roman). There are a few bad people with the scourge of their convictions (some of the Jews; nearly all of the Romans). Then, there is the mass man who blows with the wind of the moment. They had cheered Jesus the previous week. As in our own time, and all times, the bad people use the state to trespass against others. The hero is a Jew who explicitly and repeatedly exculpates his executioners and their cheerleaders.
The film is excruciating, as befits a movie whose subject, as Joel Siegel noted, is the root of that term: crucifixion. But it is no more excruciating than Saving Private Ryan, Schindler’s List, The Grey Zone, parts of Goodfellas, and any slasher movie. I thought Goodfellas was superb, in spite of a disgusting scene in which a man is carved up in a car trunk. I did not think that violence was gratuitous as I suppose that’s what the Mafia does. When some filmmaker makes a movie about the Iraq War and graphically shows that little boy getting his limbs blown off by American smart bombs, the liberal press will cheer the director’s courage in rendering a scene that will be worse than anything I saw in The Passion.
Was the depiction of the torture and crucifixion too graphic; too violent? The scourging was six minutes long; the brutal opening sequence in Saving Private Ryan lasted twenty-four minutes. I remember reading about how physically destructive was the tightly-controlled punishment of caning as administered in modern Singapore. I recently reviewed a sickening photo of judicial caning’s aftermath. I’ll spare you the sight even though it would have made my case. A few strokes of the cane seared off several surface inches of human skin. “The skin at the point of contact is usually split open and, after three strokes, the buttocks will be covered in blood.” (Singapore Director of Prisons, September 1974)” Yes, being beaten by uninhibited Roman soldiers could be far worse.
Last night Tea Party candidate for Congress Jack Davis spoke at the Orleans County Tea Party in Albion. He laid out his program to end illegal and unauthorized foreign wars and cut spending by $250,000,000,000. The false flag tea candidate Jane Corwin was invited but failed to appear. This is the second time she has dissed a real tea party organization. She also failed to appear at the Rochester Tax Day rally last week.
Corwin recently endorsed Obama’s plan to increase spending $3.3 billion. Wow, that’s really radical. She continues to be endorsed by big business groups that support corporate welfare. No surprise there. BB has been running the government for 90 years.
JO (Davis Staff)
Update on the Seinfeld Campaign. Read Corwin’s spending proposal. It’s all blather. No real specific cuts. Which bailouts is she against? She has the support of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership which supports corporate welfare. That would be a contradiction if you think these people accept the concept of truth. But truth is for suckers. Words are mere tools to manipulate for power, greed and ego.
Here’s his sorry ass record.
Paul Ryan on Bailouts and Government Stimuli
-Voted YES on TARP (2008)
-Voted YES on Economic Stimulus HR 5140 (2008)
-Voted YES on $15B bailout for GM and Chrysler. (Dec 2008)
-Voted YES on $192B additional anti-recession stimulus spending. (Jul 2009)
Paul Ryan on Entitlement Programs
-Voted YES on limited prescription drug benefit for Medicare recipients. (Nov 2003)
-Voted YES on providing $70 million for Section 8 Housing vouchers. (Jun 2006)
-Voted YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks. (Oct 2008)
-Voted YES on Head Start Act (2007)
For several weeks the lying GOP machine and its phony tea party flunkies have spread the lie that Jack Davis is not a real tea party candidate but the GOP machine candidate, Jane Corwin, somehow is. Corwin has had zero involvement in the tax revolt and tea party movements and has done nothing in her career that qualifies her as a true tea party member.
On the other hand, Jack Davis is a self-made capitalist and manufacturer. He voted for Reagan twice and is a hardcore Second Amendment supporter and multiple gun owner. He is a fiscal conservative and early supporter of the WNY tax revolt as shown by his attendance at the Free Buffalo Taste of Freedom in 2005. The lying GOP machine calls him a communist!
On Friday, he spoke at the Tax Day Tea Party rally in Rochester. Corwin declined an invitation to speak. It was not a TEA GOP-controlled event I guess. Jack rolled out his plan to cut spending by $250,000,000,000 for starters. He will bring the troops home from Iraq and Afghanistan, end the illegal war in Libya, close unneeded overseas bases such as in Germany and Japan, and slash corporate welfare and foreign aid. He is committed to the principle that we must not engage in wars not declared by Congress. Some â€œtea partyâ€ members forget that constitutionally-limited government is a key tea party principle. When asked about Libya on WBEN, Corwin said a whole lot of nothing.
In sharp contrast to Jackâ€™s proposed cuts, Jane Corwin has endorsed the phony Obama/Boehner bill that was supposed to cut spending by $38 billion but which actually increases spending by over $3 billion.
The tea party movement started in response to the failure of both parties to reverse reckless spending and borrowing by the federal government.
Jack has now committed himself to supporting real spending cuts and working with Ron and Rand Paul to close the remainder of the $1.6 trillion deficit. He will join the Tea Party Caucus.
On May 24th, you can send a clear message of change to Washington by voting for Jack on the Tea Party line.
Don’t believe the liars and flunkies. The parasitical machine lies like a rug. They must lie to convince us that being sacrificial lambs for their greed, ego and power lust is really good for us.
A victory for the tea party movement in WNY will be heard throughout the nation and will set the stage for victory in 2012!
Davis Campaign Staff
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