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Big Gov’t Targets in Sight – Fire at Will!

Before you vote today, make sure you view all 4 of the the Nanny State Liberation Front’s “Top 10 Least Wanted” lists.

On the links found below, we have spotlighted the
Top 10 Least Wanted Big Government Bureaucrats in races for:

1. U.S. Senate (Oct. 27)
2. Governor (Oct. 28)
3. U.S. House (Oct. 29)
4. State and Local Government (Nov. 1)

Our honorees were carefully selected based on their nasty habit of disregarding the will of the people and allowing their arrogance, greed and desire to control the people command their actions and agendas.

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Sing Along with the “Nanny State Protest Song”

Wow! This song was just released yesterday and we’re among the first to enjoy it on YouTube. Be sure to take a listen and share it with other freedom-loving Americans for which this song’s lyrics and message ring true.

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Vote Delayed on San Fran Happy Meal Ban – Still Time to Fight!

Help keep the smile on these kids faces! Tell S.F. Supervisors to back-off and butt-out of decisions best made by parents.

Help keep the smile on these kids faces! Tell S.F. Supervisors to back-off and butt-out of decisions best made by parents.

According to the Los Angeles Times, nanny state bureaucrats in San Francisco postponed today’s vote on the Happy Meal toy ban until after the state and national elections have been decided. Outgoing Mayor Gavin Newsom threatened to veto the ban if it were held today, so Supervisor Eric Mar decided to wait until no one would stand in his way.

While Mar uses the next two weeks to figure out how he’ll convince the single swing-vote, Supervisor Bevan Dufty, to jump onboard his pirate ship, be sure to keep the heat on all of the San Francisco Supervisors to let them know they’re infiltrating a territory that parents control — not big government.

Click names below to find contact information for each Supervisor:

  • District 1 Eric Mar
  • District 2 Michela Alioto-Pier
  • District 3 David Chiu*
  • District 4 Carmen Chu
  • District 5 Ross Mirkarimi
  • District 6 Chris Daly
  • District 7 Sean Elsbernd
  • District 8 Bevan Dufty
  • District 9 David Campos
  • District 10 Sophie Maxwell
  • District 11 John Avalos
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    Glenn Beck Reviews the Nanny State’s Greatest Atrocities

    Beck hits the nail on the head in this Sept. 22 segment where he details all of the bans and regulations being hatched by big government bureaucrats.

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    Click image to view video clip.

    If you agree with Beck’s take on the ever-growing nanny state, join us on Facebook and band together with nearly 20K Americans seeking to reclaim their freedom and liberties from the greedy hands of big government bureaucrats.

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    Media Silent as Pastors Urged to Pimp Obamacare

    "Embrace Obamacare and you will be saved!"

    "Embrace Obamacare and you will be saved!"

    President Obama recently asked church pastors to promote the glories of socialized medicine to their flocks and the State-Run Media didn’t make a peep about this mingling of church and state.

    James Towey, President George W. Bush’s director of faith-based initiatives, writes in his Sept. 25 Wall Street Journal opinion piece:

    Imagine what would have happened had I proposed that he use that office to urge thousands of religious leaders to become “validators” of the Iraq War?

    I can tell you two things that would have happened immediately. First, President Bush would have fired me—and rightly so—for trying to politicize his faith-based office. Second, the American media would have chased me into the foxhole Saddam Hussein had vacated.

    Yet on Tuesday President Obama and his director of faith-based initiatives convened exactly such a meeting to try to control political damage from the unpopular health-care law. “Get out there and spread the word,” Politico.com reported the president as saying on a conference call with leaders of faith-based and community groups. “I think all of you can be really important validators and trusted resources for friends and neighbors, to help explain what’s now available to them.”

    Since then, there’s been nary a peep from the press.

    According to the White House website, the faith-based office exists “to more effectively serve Americans in need.” I guess that now means Americans in need of Democratic talking points on health care. Do we really want taxpayer-funded bureaucrats mobilizing ministers to go out to all the neighborhoods and spread the good news of universal coverage?

    Surely, President Obama’s familiar with Exodus 20:10 that states, “but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God. On it you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your son or daughter, nor your manservant or maidservant, nor your animals, nor the alien within your gates.” Aside from using churches to promote a political message, it doesn’t look like he or his willing pastors have a problem with conducting government business on the Lord’s day, either.

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    One America Rally: Same Old Rhetoric, but Plenty of Fresh Kool-Aid

    HotAir.com’s Ed Morrissey reviews the video footage taken by Reason TV‘s Nick Gillespie who asked the Obama faithful how that ‘hope’ and ‘change’ is working out for them. “There was certainly a lot of slogans, but in the coverage I’ve seen here and elsewhere, not much substance,” Morrissey observed:

    For instance, ALF-CIO chief Richard Trumka says that the auto bailout was a great idea, but refused to answer a similar question about AIG. Julian Bond says he hasn’t seen enough government yet. Bond does say, however, that the US is a better place since 1968, while Dick Gregory claims it’s actually gotten worse. There seems to be a new reluctance to play the race card on the Left, but it doesn’t take Nick long to get Ed Schultz to at least give him a peek at it. Nick also stumps Mitch Kapor on how government can create jobs, which seems rather humorous since the proclaimed purpose of this rally was to highlight job creation rather than partisan politics.

    See for yourself:

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    Obesity’s the New Swine Flu

    Big government has never cured any of society's perceived or real ills.

    Big government has never cured any of society's perceived or real ills.

    “Who above maybe 15 years of age doesn’t know that being overweight is bad for you,” asks the Financial Post’s William Watson. “But that’s the point: it’s bad for you. It’s not actually bad for anyone else.”

    Watson points out that the common tactic of big government bureaucrats these days is to treat obesity like it’s a contagious disease. Remember how the world reacted when the Swine Flu ‘epidemic’ was raging in 2009-2010? People were lining-up for injections of a controversial vaccine that was prepared on-the-fly, but big government said, “Trust us. We know what’s best for you.”

    “If you become fat, the fat cells don’t actually fly off and attach to me,” Watson says. “If you become fat, you raise your chances, not my chances, of heart attack, stroke, depression and low productivity. It’s your problem, you fix it.”

    But the fat police aren’t going to let people fix their own problems anymore, Watson warns. They have proven they’re incapable of making rational decisions by consistently consuming irrational food and beverage choices.

    “If people are irrational, can we really trust governments to enforce rationality on their behalf,” Watson asks. “The rational government is even more of a stretch than the rational individual.”

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