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Obama’s Miserable Failure

When voters went to the polls in 2008, they did so with the pipe dream of a “newer” frontier. They threw all their eggs in the same basket for the new kid on the block–Barack Hussein Obama–the newly annointed messiah by the progressives who would erase the disasters of the previous eight years. He was the big brain to heal the planet, to dismantle conflict, to reverse stupidity. Fast forward to 2014 and witness the U.S. and the planet in chaos. The Annointed One has failed miserably. He went from dumb in hist term to dumber in the first two years of his second stint. Alfonzo Rachel puts it succintly, “He was supposed to be the problem-solver,” Rachel says. “He was supposed to be the solution himself to the Bush problem. Bush, at worst, was just a bad case of indigestion, compared to the virus that turns your gut into a diarrhea fountain that we got with Obama.” Check out the rest of Rachel’s rant on this episode of “Zonation” on PJTV.

The Solution is Self-Control

The loons are on the loose again and public shootings are reaching a crescendo. Perhaps the most publicized incident  in recent weeks focused on Isla Vista Shooter Elliot Rodger, a Santa Barbara (California) City College student and son of a famous film director. The shooting and those that have followed have stirred up the left wing loonies and sent them on yet another rampage on gun control. Alfonzo Rachel has certainly taken notice and is speaking out. “Why is it that liberals focus more on controlling everything but self-control is taboo to suggest,” Rachel says. “They want gun control, birth control, environmental control, population control, but they don’t talk about self-control. ‘Don’t tell me what to do with my body, you fascist.’ Meanwhile liberals demand universal healthcare, which invites the government to be more invasive about your body and health.” In this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV, Rachel spells out the truth about the gun control debate.

Picking on Zo

The following edition of “Zonation” on PJTV is a perfect example of liberal intolerance. The liberal mantra: “Do as I say, not as I do.” Alfonzo Rachel peacefully attended and filmed California Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi’s “Meet and Greet” gathering only to witness the politician’s true hypocritical colors and then get harrassed by a lefty attorney. “How tolerant and peaceful. She shoves my arm, then grabs it,” Rachel says of the attorney. “She got physical right off the bat before exercising that civil and peaceful discourse that liberals are always talking about.”  Tune in as Rachel concludes his discussion on liberal intolerance.

Zo Rejects ‘Noah’

Alfonzo Rachel warns us to go see the movie Noah at our own peril. Rachel says he refused to see a movie made by atheists who don’t believe in God. “The problem with this movie,” Rachel says, “is that it violates the commandment to not take God’s name in vain. The movie is using God to promote a secular world view. That’s taking the Lord’s name in vain. You’re not interested in God and his word, you’re only interested in his name to give leverage to your agenda, which leads people away from him.” Tune in to hear more of Rachel’s critique in this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV.

Abusing the First Amendment

Alfonzo Rachel reminds us again that our first amendment is under heavy attack. Pro-abortion activists are forcing Christian-owned businesses to give up their religious freedom. In addition, they continue to use the Girl Scouts of America as a front to fund Planned Parenthood. We all have religious freedom, as long as those freedoms don’t infringe on our right to life, liberty, pursuit of happiness and property. Says Rachel in this episode of “Zonation” on PJTV, “Liberals like to say freedom from religion. That’s not what the Constitution says. But I understand that liberals like to twist the Constitution to suit their selfish world view. OK, fine. You can have freedom from religion, if that’s what you want the Constitution to say. But what goes for freedom of religion, also goes for freedom from religion. Because just as freedom from religion cannot be exercised as depriving others of their rights, freedom from religion cannot be exercised of depriving others of their rights.” Check out the episode as Rachel explains.

In a Tizzy Over Bibles in Hotels

Annie Laurie Gailor and the Freedom From Religion Foundation have set their sights on Christianity, zeroing in on a hotel on the campus of Iowa State University and its Bibles in guest rooms. It seems Gailor is objecting to the Bible being the only book placed in hotel rooms. In this edition of “Zonation” on PJTV, Alfonzo Rachel explains, “Uhhh, because the majority of the country is Christian, that’s why. You Democrats claim to be Democrats because you swear by the majority rule, right? Well, the majority of the country considers themselves Christian, and does feel that the word of God is a good thing to have access to.”

Globalism’s Real Agenda

Alfonzo Rachel sees through the greenhouse gases and the global warming rhetoric being thrusted upon us by the radical lefties. “This is about more than saving the planet. It’s about acting out a prejudice against capitalism, to see it destroyed,” Rachel says. “It’s about some weird desire to give the state more control. People are programmed with this notion that private industry is evil and wants to kill people.” Listen in as Zo elaborates.

Black Conservatives Blasted

William Barber, director of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP, recently took a swipe at conservative blacks in the vein of a long, storied liberal tradition of drive-by mouthing off. Barber made certain in his speech to point out that the new wave of black conservatives were merely mouthpieces for the GOP. Which, of course, caught the ire of Alfonzo Rachel. “You don’t want racial strife to end. You liberals feed off of it,” he says. “You want people to hate each other, and you especially want people to hate Republicans.” Listen in to Zo as he elaborates in this edition of PJTV’s Zonation.

Getting a Divine Charge

Interstate Battery’s recent commercial titled “God’s Love” has Alfonzo Rachel stoked. The host of PJTV’s “Zonation” says, “I was so stoked to see a business that instead of relying on the self-righteous act of so many companies who promote their love of the earth and the environment, to appeal to the shallow feel goodism of so many people. Interstate Battery charged up their gusto and went against the grain and the culture that’s more and more being conditioned to find God offensive.”

Hot Heads and Liars

Hot-headed Democrats and The Audacity of Arrogance in the White House. Those are just two topics that Alfonzo Rachel touches on in this two-part review of 2013 on PJTV’s “Zonation.” In Part I, Rachel previews Dems with a bit of a temper–George Zimmerman, Christopher Dormer, the Tsarnayev brothers, to name a few. Says Rachel, “The media always wants to portray these guys as conservative radicals, but we know the truth.

In Part II, Rachel points out that Obama was elected twice because of his promise of  a transparent government. “We saw through him from the beginning,” Rachel says. “And we were accused of being racists and traitors for doing so. If we can see through him, that means we’re not looking at his skin color. We’re looking past it.”

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