well, looks like that SOB Dale might know something.<quoted text>
Foreign influence ...
Born of a "foreigner"
Barack Hussein Obama Sr. was "Kenyan" ...:)
In case you didn't know it ...
That's who the BIG 0 claims ...
his father IS!
Me ... I dunno :)
IF not, he has committed FRAUD on the American people!
On TOP of EVERYthing else !!!
GUIDELINE B: FOREIGN INFLUENCE
6. The Concern. Foreign contacts and interests may be a security concern if the individual has divided loyalties or foreign financial interests, may be manipulated or induced to help a foreign person, group, organization, or government in a way that is not in U.S. interests, or is vulnerable to pressure or coercioon by any foreign interest. Adjudication under this Guideline can and should consider the identity of the foreign country in which the foreign contact or financial interest is located, including, but not limited to, such considerations as whether the foreign country is known to target United States citizens to obtain protected information and/or is associated with a risk of terrorism.
7. Conditions that could raise a security concern and may be disqualifying include:
(a) contact with a foreign family member, business or professional associate, friend, or other person who is a citizen of or resident in a foreign country if that contact creates a heightened risk of foreign exploitation, inducement, manipulation, pressure, or coercion;
(b) connections to a foreign person, group, government, or country that create a potential conflict of interest between the individual's obligation to protect sensitive information or technology and the individual's desire to help a foreign person, group, or country by providing that information;
(c) counterintelligence information, that may be classified, indicates that the individual's access to protected information may involve unacceptable risk to national security;
(d) sharing living quarters with a person or persons, regardless of citizenship status, if that relationship creates a heightened risk of foreign inducement, manipulation, pressure, or coercion;
(e) a substantial business, financial, or property interest in a foreign country, or in any foreign-owned or foreign-operated business, which could subject the individual to heightened risk of foreign influence or exploitation;
(f) failure to report, when required, association with a foreign national;
(g) unauthorized association with a suspected or known agent, associate, or employee of a foreign intelligence service;
(h) indications that representatives or nationals from a foreign country are acting to increase the vulnerability of the individual to possible future exploitation, inducement, manipulation, pressure, or coercion;
(i) conduct, especially while traveling outside the U.S., which may make the individual vulnerable to exploitation, pressure, or coercion by a foreign person, group, government, or country.
8. Conditions that could mitigate security concerns include:
(a) the nature of the relationships with foreign persons, the country in which these persons are located, or the positions or activities of those persons in that country are such that it is unlikely the individual will be placed in a position of having to choose between the interests of a foreign individual, group, organization, or government and the interests of the U.S.;
MORE: Under Adjudicative Guidelines
#131496 Dec 3, 2012
#131497 Dec 3, 2012
Yes, can you imagine being stretched through 14 galaxies.
#131498 Dec 3, 2012
enuff fun, for tonite!
#131500 Dec 3, 2012
Washington Post (blog) ‎- 3 hours ago
Former congressman Dick Armey has quit FreedomWorks, the conservative ... 30, resigning from the group, as first reported by Mother Jones
#131501 Dec 3, 2012
www.motherjones.com/.../dick-armey-resigns-fr... +1'd this publicly. Undo
5 hours ago – Dick Armey, the folksy conservative leader, has resigned as chairman of FreedomWorks, one of the main political outfits of the conservative ...
#131502 Dec 3, 2012
Obama Re-Elected by Illiterate Society Says Russian Newspaper
November 27, 2012
Pravda is the most popular Russian newspaper in their country. In a recent article, it stated:
“Putin in 2009 outlined his strategy for economic success. Alas, poor Obama did the opposite but nevertheless was re-elected. Bye, bye Miss American Pie. The Communists have won in America with Obama but failed miserably in Russia with Zyuganov who only received 17% of the vote. Vladimir Putin was re-elected as President keeping the NWO order out of Russia while America continues to repeat the Soviet mistake.”
If you want to see what America will be like in the near future, just look at the former Soviet Union before Glasnost and the influence of western culture. Look at the bleak images of people standing in line, hoping to be able to get a loaf of bread and some milk. Look at the factories and sweat shops and at the same time notice how few small stores there are. Look at their entertainment which consisted of a few state run television and radio stations. Look at the loss of all personal freedoms and dignity. Look at a people that are depressed because they are oppressed and you will be seeing us in the not too distant future.
Yeah, I have to agree. Obama was re-elected by a truly illiterate society.
Bobseeks • 7 days ago −
Illiterates yes, but also moochers, perverts, union slugs and thugs, liars, murderers, and every form of toxic human waste. Pravda means "truth" if I remember right. During the cold war, Pravda was synonymous with lies, but today it has more truth than all the useful idiots and fellow travelers of the media in the US.
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washington22 Bobseeks • 7 days ago
Your estimation mirrors mine, Bob. Liberals are scum sucking perverts, unintelligent and dangerous. Their minds are warped and they are warping our children. I get very defeated and my mind asks me why we have to tolerate their ignorance, which is growing. Only by the grace of God are we going to defeat these "other-Americans". Our battle is in our own land against our unGodly brothers and sisters. They have walked away from God and our Constitution, as was witnessed at their recent convention. God have mercy on us..........
#131504 Dec 3, 2012
Ok then. Fly a troop carrier to Niarobi and pick up more of these guys. They are smart
and hard working. America needs more people like this.
Get going on it..
#131505 Dec 3, 2012
Too late, they are already there.. but no wants to have them.
The black women are much more attractive and sexy.
Back to square one with your plan.
Put that aids-infested-big-boobed woman in a white trailer park. That's who needs to be reduced.
and maybe you live there...
#131506 Dec 3, 2012
You right-wingers really have made a switch!! You believe Pravda???
Now you are quoting PRAVDA as truthful media. Yes, it and Fox are exactly the same.
Your source of news, ideas, inspiration, and talking points.
You will soon be kissing Russian butt.too. Maybe you can vote for Putin somehow. He's another
political big-time-thief. You like these kind of people.
and you are complaining about Liberals...... You are the looniest people on the planet..
Thankfully your hero lost the election. America was saved from your lunacy.
#131507 Dec 3, 2012
Bzzzzzzz. Wrong. He isn't a naturalized citizen which makes his citizenship fall under the natural born category. Can't you ever get anything right?
#131508 Dec 3, 2012
Is that all you have to offer your fellow human beings? If so, that's rather pathetic.
#131509 Dec 3, 2012
Do "you" have a 'problem' with the TRUTH ???
No matter WHERE it comes FROM !!!
Progressive media claims they'll be 'tougher' on Obama now...
On Sunday, Politico's media reporter, Dylan Byers, set out in search of an answer to that question, not regarding MSNBC specifically but "progressive media" generally. Here's the crux of what he found:
"For the better part of four years, progressive media has had President Barack Obama's back.
"Now that he's won re-election, it is faced with a choice: Should the left continue always to play the loyal attack dog against the GOP, blaming the opposition at all hours of the news cycle for intransigence? Or, should it redirect some of that energy on the president, holding him to his promises and encouraging him to be a more outspoken champion of liberal causes?
"Already, there are rumblings of change.
#131510 Dec 3, 2012
Rogue, why is the original article not to be found on-line anywhere?
#131511 Dec 3, 2012
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Today's Blood Boiler:$400 Purse Holding $800 Cash, Plus Food Stamp Cards Goes Missing
Don't get me started...
Via John Hayward at Human Events:
A traveling friend sent me an item clipped from a Georgia newspaper that reads, in its entirety:
A woman said she noticed her purse missing from her car just before 5 P.M. Sunday. The car was parked at her residence on Hornet Drive. The woman said the car had been locked, and the purse was in the back seat.
The purse was valued at $400, her wallet was valued at $200, and she said there was $800 cash in the purse, according to the police report. Also missing were the woman’s food stamp cards.
(Emphasis mine.) The sad part is that the food stamp cards were probably worth more than the purse, wallet, and cash.
It bears repeating, as both a critique and a warning of things to come, that the great project of the American Left involves teaching the middle class to think of itself as “poor.” That way, they’ll vote themselves into servitude. The impoverished mind has no use for talk of economic liberty. It values “hope,” which is passive and servile, over “opportunity.”
Larry Wright said...
It took a few days to get an answer but this story was in fact printed in the New Brunswick, Georgia newspaper on April 3rd, according to a reporter who works there.
I found this by searching for the term 'Hornet Drive' which was mentioned in the article. New Brunswick, Georgia popped up. I looked for New Brunswick newspapers. I found one but I couldn't access the archives without a paid subscription so I found the Editor and Reporter email addresses. The first one I emailed, the local editor ignored my request, but the reporter,
Louie Brogdon replied to me today:
The story ran as a crime brief in our paper on April 3.
The complete listing follows.
To the people who are who are passing this story around:
You could have easily done what I did to confirm something is factual before forwarding or re-posting it. There's enough crap on the internet without adding unsubstantiated rumor.
May 11, 2012 4:34 PM
Larry Wright said...
Better yet, someone posted a scan of the article
May 11, 2012 4:41 PM
ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS THE TRUTH
“Eyes blinded by the fog of things
cannot see truth.
Ears deafened by the din of things
cannot hear truth.
Brains bewildered by the whirl of things
cannot think truth.
Hearts deadened by the weight of things
cannot feel truth.
Throats choked by the dust of things
cannot speak truth.”
― Harald Bell Wright – The Uncrowned King
Since: Oct 09
#131512 Dec 4, 2012
Sounds like a winner AL. Why don’t you arrange a birfoon trek to Russia? It would appear that everyone except you knows that Russia is notorious for their rigged elections.
“After widespread reports of fraud in a December parliamentary election, all polling stations were equipped with web cameras. Even so, observers say some election officials still manage to slip in wads of ballots. A video from a polling station in the southern Krasnodar region shows an election official taking a pile of ballots from a desk and putting them into the ballot box.
In the Tula region, the opposition Yabloko party said election officials broke the finger of a Yabloko representative as she tried to prevent ballot stuffing”
#131513 Dec 4, 2012
10:42 AM on 10/16/2012
In my life time I have observed at the poling places in United States on election day many violations of election laws and even made formal complaints to the State Ethic Commettee to no avail on those infractions. Our news media should not be critizing the elections in other countries until we prefect our own elections of public officials
#131514 Dec 4, 2012
One more ...
MSNBC Battles 'Pro-Obama' Label Heading Into President's Second Term
NEW YORK –- MSNBC President Phil Griffin labels his network's sensibility as progressive, but the cable news channel could also be described these days as simply pro-Obama.
Since: Oct 09
#131515 Dec 4, 2012
What does today’s letter have to do with what McConnell said last year Mr. Liars? And where in the letter is the notion even addressed?
Since: Oct 09
#131516 Dec 4, 2012
A birfoon’s unsupported comment on a blog proves only that the birfoon has a very vivid imagination AL. Why do you post such nonsense?
Since: Oct 09
#131517 Dec 4, 2012
I thought everyone knew MSNBC is a progressive network AL. Do you suppose had Romney made a few appearances on MSNBC instead of spending all his time on FOX he could have maybe broadened his appeal? I say no what say you?
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