Yeahhhh Obama..Booooo God!!!
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#1 Sep 9, 2012
Really WOW, how about a priority check libs. Clinton keynote speaker? What happened to the "hope and change", the dems are so negative now in 2012.
Nothing new when dems are asked,"are you better off now than four years ago"? Oh Bushes economy was soo bad we didn't know, come on now what do you expect miracles,"say the dems".
Only God can work miracles, maybe the dems should re-think this Obama thing a little more.
Well he did promise to stop the seas from rising, which were not rising in the first place.
#2 Sep 9, 2012
Paradoxical Quote of The Day From Ben Stein:
"Fathom the hypocrisy of a government that requires every citizen to prove they are insured... but not everyone must prove they are a citizen."
Now add this,
"Many of those who refuse, or are unable, to prove they are citizens will receive free insurance paid for by those who are forced to buy insurance because they are citizens."
#3 Sep 9, 2012
Yea, and Michelle Obama's vacations have cost tax payers 10 million dollars in the last year.....
ABC news recently reported that most Americans are cutting back on their vacation plans due to high gas prices and the lagging economy. But the Obamas seem to be oblivious to the issue.
The topic of the First Family’s frequent vacationing is one that a St. Louis TV anchor thought was worth investigating. Larry Conners of KMOV-TV wondered if the Obamas spend an inordinate amount of time vacationing at the expense of the American taxpayer?
This is not exactly a new topic:
The frequency and cost of these the Obama family trips has been covered By ABC news as recently as December when the First Family’s Hawaiian vacation was reported to cost as much as $4 million dollars.
Last summer the Daily Mail reported that Michelle Obama had already spent up to $10 million dollars on trips to Spain, Vail, and Martha’s Vineyard.
But don't forget folks....She's a "typical" American housewife!!
#4 Sep 9, 2012
Dept. of Agriculture:
Through the Department of Agriculture, President Obama's administration authorized the use of $1.2 Billion of our tax money to go to black farmers as payback for years (decades) of discrimination.
The Agriculture Department said that this was necessary in "addressing an unfortunate chapter in USDA's civil rights history."
Judge Approved This
In October 2011, a judge gave the government approval.(Huffington Post)
"This agreement will provide overdue relief and justice to African American farmers, and bring us closer to the ideals of freedom and equality that this country was founded on," Obama said in a statement.
Obama is bypassing congress through the Departments so that he can enact policy and spend money. It is a power grab. Not only that, the judge that approved this allowed for reverse discrimination -- money given to people of only one ethnic group.
#5 Sep 9, 2012
JESSE JACKSON EXPOSED:
Government watchdog Judicial Watch has released a report it says reveals new details about the intimidation and shakedown tactics of Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Push Coalition.
The report,“Jesse Jackson Exposed,” claims Jackson is “an extortionist who uses his influence as a civil rights leader to essentially blackmail wealthy corporations with absurd discrimination threats.”
Judicial Watch says that while some of Jackson’s tactics have been published, this report offers new information gathered during the discovery process of a lawsuit and subsequent trial brought by Judicial Watch.
Included, the group says, are “incriminating admissions from Jackson made under oath at trial.”
Among the tactics highlighted in the report are:
Jackson lobbied the Federal Communications Commission to block companies seeking government approval to merge until they donate money to Rainbow Push.
Jackson publicly chastised Toyota for running an ad Jackson deemed “racist.” After Toyota pulled the ad, Jackson threatened a boycott the automaker to force it to launch a $7.8 million “diversity program.”
Jackson installed one of his friends, J.L. Armstrong, in a management position at Toyota to determine which organizations would receive $700 million in contracts awarded by Toyota.
Minority businesses pay Jackson’s “Trade Bureau” a fee to help extort lucrative contracts from corporations. During the trial, Jackson compared the Trade Bureau to “Noah’s Ark,” claiming minority businesses and organizations had to be inside the “ark” to survive.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said forcing Jackson to answer for his behavior in a court of law proved to be informative, as new information was revealed about how “corrupt officials like Jackson operate.”
“This is an important public education benefit that comes with every single lawsuit Judicial Watch pursues,” Fitton said.
Judicial Watch brought the lawsuit against Jackson, his son Jonathan Jackson and Rainbow Push Coalition on behalf of Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, a black minister and founder of the Los Angeles-based Brotherhood Organization for a New Destiny.
The case arose from a December 2001 meeting at which Peterson claimed he was assaulted physically by Jackson and his son.
The meeting featured the announcement of a new minority outreach program Toyota had created in response to threats by Jackson to boycott the car maker because of an allegedly racist advertisement.
Peterson asked a Toyota official how a conservative, black organization like BOND could participate in the new program without going through Jackson’s Rainbow Push Coalition, prompting Jackson to call him a “parasite” who is “trying to pick up apples from trees he didn’t shake.”
Shortly thereafter, Jonathan Jackson struck Peterson and cursed at him, and Jesse Jackson angrily told the crowd of his supporters to get Peterson out of the room.
Judicial Watch filed assault, battery, civil rights and other claims.
A jury in Los Angeles County Superior Court, after deliberating three days, decided in favor of the defendants on all but one count, on which the jury deadlocked. The parties eventually reached a settlement.
Peterson’s book “Scam,” takes Jackson to task as one of America’s “self-appointed” black leaders.
“I don’t recall the entire black race in this country taking a national vote to elect Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan, the NAACP, California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, the Congressional Black Caucus or liberal black preachers as our leaders,” Peterson writes,“yet they’ve seized the mantle of leadership and claim to speak for all blacks in this nation.”
Another expose of Jackson, Kenneth Timmerman’s book “Shakedown: Exposing the real Jesse Jackson,” goes back several decades, including his ordination as a reverend.
#6 Sep 9, 2012
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