Here is video of Fox News’ Carl Cameron crediting GOP Sen. Orrin Hatch with being the “first person to call the individual mandate unconstitutional.” in the Senate over a year ago.

Somehow I think there were others who also thought of this. But it certainly appears to be the key to ending ObamaCare via the courts.

Fox News’ Carl Cameron Credits Sen. Orrin Hatch as “First Person to Call Individual Mandate Unconstitutional” – Video 1/31/11

Here is video of Judge Andrew Napolitano analyzing the decision by a U.S. Judge in Florida that ruled ObamaCare to be unconstitutional!

The Judge ruled that Congress exceeded their authority in requiring Americans to purchase Health Insurance – and further ruled that the whole thing must be thrown out because it all hangs together.

This will eventually be decided in the Supreme Court. But this is another blow to Obama and the Democrats.

ObamaCare Declared Unconstitutional by U.S. Judge in Florida; Judge Napolitano Analyzes – Video 1/31/11

Here is video of Glenn Beck and his crew today on radio where they goofed on how the media is missing the boat on the Crisis in Egypt – talking as much or more about the Super Bowl and the problems of Charlie Sheen than the great threat a radical Islamic regime in Egypt would be to the United States. They also had fun laughing about claims that the Muslim Brotherhood have intent to take advantage of the crisis in Egypt.

Via Glenn Beck.com

Glenn Beck & Co. on Charlie Sheen, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Crisis in Egypt – Video 1/31/11

Here is video of former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty saying President Obama failed to use his State of the Union Address to address in a serious way the real issues facing America. He used Social Security as an example, but said that Obama is “chicken” to face the real issues.

Pawlenty Says Obama is “Chicken” to Address the Real Issues Facing America – Video 1/31/11

Here is video of former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty saying he is close to a decision on making a run for the 2012 GOP Presidential Nomination. Pawlenty was asked about whether he will throw his hat into the ring, and he said he will have a decision, “shortly.”

Pawlenty Says He Will Have Decision on Presidential Run “Shortly” – Video 1/31/11

More soundings today about the possibility that former Utah Governor, and current Ambassador to China – Jon Huntsman – may be preparing to make a run for the 2012 GOP Presidential Nomination. In fact, it appears the Obama White House is growing concerned that it may actually happen:

POLITICO: The White House expects Jon Huntsman, the U.S. Ambassador to China, to resign his post this spring to explore a bid for the Republican presidential nomination, top Democrats said.

GOP allies of Huntsman have already begun laying plans for a quick-start campaign should the former Utah governor decide to enter the ill-defined Republican field.

While Huntsman has no direct involvement in it, a group of operatives that could eventually comprise his strategy team has set up an entity called “Horizon PAC” to serve as a placeholder for his political apparatus. . . . Read More at Politico

Obama White House Concerned about Possible Huntsman Run for 2012 GOP Presidential Nomination

The protests in Egypt are not going away. Opposition leaders are calling for a “million man march” to be held in Cairo on Tuesday. In addition, they are urging the public to take part in a “general strike” to put increasing pressure on long-time President Hosni Mubarak to step down:

BREITBART: Egyptian protesters on Monday called for an indefinite general strike and a “million man march” on Tuesday in Cairo, upping the stakes in their bid to topple President Hosni Mubarak’s creaking regime.

“It was decided overnight that there will be a million man march on Tuesday,” Eid Mohammed, one of the protesters and organisers, told AFP.

“We have also decided to begin an open-ended general strike,” he said.

The strike was first called by workers at a factory in the canal city of Suez late on Sunday. . . . . Read More

Protesters Call for “Million Man March” in Egypt on Tuesday

It appears former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is now adding his voice to those saying Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will have to leave office. Carter reportedly made remarks at his church in Plains, Georgia, yesterday on the crisis in Egypt, calling it the worst crisis in the Middle East since he was in office:

POLITICO: Former President Jimmy Carter believes that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak “will have to leave” under pressure from a protesting populace.

Speaking at his church in Plains, Ga., on Sunday, Carter weighed in on the emerging crisis, saying he thinks Mubarak will have no choice but to give up his position of power. “[My] guess is Mubarak will have to leave,” he said . . . . “This is the most profound situation in the Middle East since I left office,” Carter said. In 1978, Carter moderated a peace accord between Israel and Egypt that is still in effect. A group of U.S. citizens were held hostage in the U.S. Embassy in Tehran for 444 days, from late in 1979 until Ronald Reagan was sworn in as Carter’s successor in January 1981. . . . . Read More at Politico

The perfect guy to be giving advice on what to do in Egypt. After all, we all remember how well Carter handled the Iranian Hostage Crisis!

Former President Jimmy Carter Says Egyptian President Mubarak “Will have to Leave”

Great way to put it!

Here is video of Speaker of the House John Boehner saying the GOP will require President Obama to “cut up the credit cards” as part of any deal to raise the debt ceiling for the nation. ;Boehner said it is time to listen to the will of the American people, and get Government spending under control.

Speaker John Boehner Says GOP Will Require Obama to “Cut Up the Credit Cards” – Video 1/30/11


CNN’s Nic Robertson talks with some of the anti-Mubarak protesters in Alexandria, Egypt. The interviews quickly reveal anti-Israel and anti-American motivations at the 1:30 mark:

Woman #1 sets the stage for Woman #2:

“All the people hate him. He’s supporting Israel! Israel is our enemy. We don’t like him…Israel and America supported him. We hate them all!”

Woman #1 then explains that they will accomplish the removal of Mubarak by “revolution.”

Then the guy that follows them takes it up a notch by explaining that when the people in Egypt are finally free they will be able to “destroy Israel.”

Via The Blaze

CNN Interview With Protesters In Alexandria Reveals Anti-Israel & Anti-American Motivations – Video


Thousands of prisoners in Egypt have escaped amid the chaos there, including militants from the Muslim Brotherhood. The Muslim Brotherhood is said to have inspired the terror organizations Hamas and Al-Qaeda.

Thousands of Prisoners and Muslim Militants Escape Prison In Egypt Amid the Chaos

Here is video of GOP Rep. Thaddeus McCotter talking to Neil Cavuto about the political unrest in Egypt. McCotter said there is great concern among the Egyptian-American community that a fall of President Hosni Mubarak will lead to a radical Muslim regime taking power in Egypt, led by the Muslim Brotherhood. McCotter has a large number of Egyptian-Americans in his district in Michigan – CD11.

McCotter is urging the U.S. to stand by Mubarak until the current institutions can bring about a transition of power, rather than seeing Mubarak fall, creating a vacuum that can be taken advantage of by the radical Muslim element in the country.

Others have said that the initial successor to Mubarak – if he falls – could likely be someone more moderate or reasonable, but that behind the scenes, the radical Islamists will be working to topple that person and take power eventually.

GOP Rep. Thad McCotter Warns Radical Islamists Waiting in the Wings to Seize Power in Egypt – Video 1/29/11

I guess this makes Michael Steele feel better.

Here he is on with far-Left Bill Maher where he trashed “Republican Justice” for firing him as Chairman of the Republican National Committee despite big GOP gains in the 2010 Midterm Elections. When Mahr asked if he wanted to “walk that back” – referring to his use of the phrase “Republican Justice” – Steele said, “No, I don’t want to walk that back.”

Expect Steele to be the favorite interview of the liberal media for awhile, as they all hope to get him to trash the GOP.

Via The Daily Caller

Former GOP Chair Michael Steele Goes on Bill Maher to Lament “Republican Justice”

Here is video of Egyptian opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei saying that the “Egyptian people have revolted” against Hosni Mubarak, and that he does not believe the protests will subside. ElBaradei said that in his view, “Mubarak needs to go.”

ElBaradei Says Egyptian People have Revolted; Mubarak Needs to Go – Video 1/29/11

With departure of Mike Pence, Republican presidential field looking fallow right now

Romney: GOP Hopeful Should Have “Extensive Experience in the Private Sector”

Sarah Palin Encourages Enquirer to Call Her More Often

7 Reasons America Needs Sarah Palin In 2012

Iowa Politics Insider: Santorum picks up two Iowa advisers

Politico: A big warning sign for Romney

Sen. Jim DeMint reportedly open to run for president in 2012

Gingrich ponders ‘realistic possibility’ of 2012 bid

2012 Campaign Update – 1/29/11

Be sure and read a great analysis of the situation in Egypt posted by Doug Powers today over at The Powers that Be. His post, Picking Sides in Egypt, points out that the nature of the uprising in Egypt may not be what you think. While it may be tempting to want to support the uprising there, it could have very negative implications for the U.S.

Must Read: “Picking Sides in Egypt,” by Doug Powers – 1/29/11

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