Pronk Pops Show 48, October 5, 2011: Segment 0: President Obama In Dallas Tuesday Oct. 4: Collecting Contributions For $1,000,000,000 Propaganda Campaign And Demanding His Jobs Bill Be Passed–More Taxes, More Spending, More Deficits, More Debt, More Unemployment–No Hope, No Change, No Jobs, No Thanks–”How’s That Hopey-Changey Stuff Working Out For Ya?”–Videos

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Segment 0: President Obama In Dallas Tuesday Oct. 4: Collecting Contributions For $1,000,000,000 Propaganda Campaign And Demanding His Jobs Bill Be Passed–More Taxes, More Spending, More Deficits, More Debt, More Unemployment–No Hope, No Change, No Jobs, No Thanks–”How’s That Hopey-Changey Stuff Working Out For Ya?”–Videos

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Democrat Steve Wynn Says Obama is a Liar and Dishes Out Malarkey

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Solyndra Scandal

Ron Paul on Solyndra Scam, Cheney Comments

Sarah Palin: “How’s That Hopey-Changey Stuff Working Out For Ya?”

Obama QUITTING in 2012!

Obama on Being a One-Term President, Solyndra


The main reason President Obama came to Dallas Tuesday was to raise money for the Obama Victory Fund 2012 (OVF) at two luncheon events. The Obama campaign goal is to raise $1 billion for the 2012 presidential race.

The first luncheon was scheduled for late Tues morning at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Dallas. General admission tickets ran $500 per person, VIP tickets, at $2,500, included preferred seating for two. Host tickets are $10,000, included preferred seating for two and a photo reception for two. Obama was scheduled to arrive at Love Field at 11: 20 a.m. and deliver his remarks at 12:25 p.m. at the fundraising luncheon.

Campaign contributors were offered a credit card option to pay for the luncheon tickets and to make campaign contributions, if unable to attend. According to the 2012 website, “The first $5,000 of a contribution to OVF 2012 will be allocated to Obama for America (with the first $2,500 designated for the primary election, and the next $2,500 for the general). The next $30,800 of a contribution will be allocated to the Democratic National Committee. A contributor may designate a contribution for a particular participant. This allocation formula may change if following it would result in an excessive contribution.”

Details of the second fund-raising event (believed to have a much higher price point) were not disclosed to the public except that Obama will deliver his remarks to these campaign contributors about 1p.m. in the Sheraton Hotel.

The secondary reason Obama was in Dallas is to demand passage for his the American Jobs Act (also known as … “son of stimulus.”)

Last week, Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) admitted in an interview on Chicago’s WLS radio station that the Democratic Party does not have enough votes in the Senate to pass Obama’s proposed jobs bill.

Given the Republican Party’s opposition in both the House and Senate to massive tax and spending increases, the likelihood of Obama’s proposed job bill passing is close to zero. The U.S. economy is on the brink of another recession with economic growth rates close to zero and unemployment rates exceeding 9 percent and Obama wants to increase the taxes of business owners who create jobs.

Obama’s proposal would result in more government spending, more taxes, more deficits, more unemployment and a higher national debt. Few politicians of either political party who are up for re-election in 2012 will vote for Obama’s so-called jobs bill. Texans are saying to Obama: no thanks. Obama’s jobs bill will be lucky to avoid the same fate as his massively unbalanced $3.7 trillion fiscal year 2012 budget proposal submitted to Congress in February. That proposal was voted down in the Senate last May by a 0 to 97 votes tally, a truly bipartisan unanimous rejection.

The president was scheduled to visit Eastfield College, part of the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD), and tour the Children’s Laboratory School on the campus at 2:35 p.m. Obama will deliver remarks at 2:55 p.m. to students, faculty and guests in the Eastfeld College’s gym urging Congress to pass his American Jobs Act .

Eastfield is located in Mesquite, which is in the 5th Congressional district of Republican Congressman Jeb Hensarling. The Congressman is co-chair of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, also known as the Super Committee or Super Congress. This committee must issue a recommendation by Nov. 23 to reduce the deficit by at least $1.5 trillion over a 10-year period.

Obama advocates alternative and sustainable energy sources such as more solar panel and wind turbine electrical power generation for the U.S. What is alternative/sustainable energy? It is the process of converting radiation from the sun, wind currents, and other alternative methods to produce electricity.

Eastfield College has a program to train students as technicians needed in every area of alternative/sustainable energy. Students enrolled in the program can earn a Renewable/Sustainable Energy Technician Associate in Applied Sciences Degree for a broad foundation in understanding renewable and sustainable energy sources. There is also a two semester, 35-credit hour certificate program to learn how to install residential and commercial solar or turbine devices.

In 2009, U.S. electrical power industry generation consisted of 44.5 percent coal, 23.3 percent natural gas, 20.2 percent nuclear, 6.8 percent hydroelectric, 1 percent petroleum, 3.6 percent other renewal such as wind turbine and solar and other minor sources, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The reason less than 4 percent of electrical power in the U.S. is produced by solar panels and wind turbines is their cost of generating electrical power is between three to 10 times more expensive than coal and natural gas, which produces over two-thirds of all U.S. electrical power.

Communist China and India are rapidly expanding their electrical power generation capacity by building both coal and nuclear powered plants. American workers must compete globally for jobs with countries such as Communist China and India with their cheap labor and cheap energy.

Texas businesses face a shortage of skilled technical workers in a number of industries and fields including engineering, mechanical, precision production, and science. To reduce this shortage the Texas Legislature in 2009 approved a $25 million Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) program to provide vocational training for students wanting to become skilled technical workers.

The DCCCD is one of 39 college districts, three state colleges and two public technical colleges to receive JET-funded grants totaling over $10 million to fund training equipment in the last two years. On Sept. 15, Eastfield College received a $147,098 grant from Texas Comptroller Susan Combs, Republican, from the JET program for a 3.5 kilowatt 50-foot wind turbine.

Combs visited Eastfield and said that “Eastfield College’s Alternative and Sustainable Energy training program is helping meet the need in Texas for workers with technical skills to work in this new and rapidly growing sector of the energy industry.”

Dr. Chuck Dale, Chairman of Electronics and Electronic Systems Technology, said that “without the JET grant, I do not believe Eastfield College, in these troubled financial times, could afford to equip a renewable energy program.”

On Aug. 27, the turbine was installed on the west side of the T building. The turbine was paid for by the JET grant and a matching college grant. The wind turbine will be used in the training program and power part of the college’s electrical system.

Texas taxpayers are paying for students to learn how to install wind turbines and solar panels for homes and businesses. The money could have been better spent learning how to design, build and maintain coal, natural gas and nuclear power plants that produce over 88 percent of the electrical power in the U.S.

The Obama administration has recently faced considerable criticism from the Oversight Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee for approving a $535 million loan-guarantee for Solyndra under the first jobs or stimulus package, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The company manufactured solar panels but ceased operation in August and declared bankruptcy in early September. This resulted in a loss to American taxpayers approaching $500 million.

The loan-guarantee was expedited and approved by the Obama administration in early March 2009. One of the major investors in Solyndra was George Kaiser who according to Forbes magazine is the 87th richest person on the planet with a net worth of just under $10 billion. Mr. Kaiser was a major contributor of $53,500 and bundler of numerous smaller contributions to the Obama 2008 campaign. The time has come for Congress to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate this pay-for-play crony capitalism pay-off scheme.

Obama’s first jobs or stimulus package was supposed to keep the unemployment rate below 8 percent. Like Solyndra, it failed too. In Texas there is a saying, fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.

Obama was scheduled to depart Dallas from Love Field about 3:55 p.m. for another campaign stop in St. Louis, Missouri, to collect even more campaign contributions. Obama needs every penny for his 2012 propaganda campaign because the U.S. economy is heading into another recession with unemployment rates predicted to exceed 10 percent and more than 26 million Americans looking for a full-time job.

Many Texans can afford neither a $500 nor $5,000 lunch/photo op. Instead, they may well have borrowed a question from former Vice President candidate Sarah Palin: “How’s tha hopey-changey stuff working out for ya?”

Background Articles and Videos

President Obama Speaks on the American Jobs Act Eastfield College, Mesquite, Texas Part 1 04Oct11

Pres Obama Jobs Act Speech Mesquite Tx Part 2 04Oct11

Pres Obama Jobs Act Speech Mesquite Tx Part 3 04Oct11

Pres Obama Jobs Act Speech Mesquite Tx Part 4 04Oct11

Exclusive: Obama plans Dallas visit Oct. 4; likely to pitch jobs
and re-election

By Todd J. Gillman/Reporter

“…Details aren’t yet available, but we’ve confirmed that the president will attend two campaign fundraising luncheons in the city. It’s also likely that Obama will use the visit to pitch his $450 billion jobs-creation package.

The president has been stumping for the jobs bill for over a week, making a point to take his case to the turf of top antagonists, with visits to Richmond, Va., and Columbus, Ohio – the backyards of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Speaker John Boehner . A Texas visit, with Gov. Rick Perry leading the GOP field, is sure to command extra attention, offering the White House and
Obama campaign team a great platform to take on Perry over such things as whether Social Security is an unconstitutional Ponzi scheme and the Fed chairman is a traitor.

Obama also could use the visit to pressure Dallas Rep. Jeb Hensarling , the No. 4 GOP House leader who co-chairs the super committee charged with cutting the debt by Thanksgiving.

But the visit is unlikely to change the fate of Texas’ prize cache of 38 electoral votes. Obama lost Texas by 1 million votes and 11 percentage points in 2008, and probably won’t fare much better in 2012, especially if Perry ends up with the GOP nomination. …”

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