'Justice' by Glenn Beck

There are 15 comments on the Jul 16, 2008, Akron Beacon Journal story titled 'Justice' by Glenn Beck. In it, Akron Beacon Journal reports that:

So Henry Ingleheart is displeased that the Beacon Journal ignored the recent Akron appearance of his hero, Glenn Beck.

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Christ on a Cra c ker

Akron, OH

#67 Jul 21, 2008
That's some good spammin'!
GetReal

Medina, OH

#68 Jul 21, 2008
Wow, McSame has done it again. He says on a morning show that Iraq borders Pakistan. This after saying Czechoslovakia still exists. This after confusing Shia and Suni. So, this guy's strength is his foreign policy expertise? Could republicans be any dumber? I mean, really, could they? Oh, and by the way, Bush's puppet government in Iraq agrees with Obama on getting our troops out. Wow. Will McSame ever be the same? By the way, McSame said "it was obvious we'd have to leave" if they asked us to. Wow...
GetReal

Medina, OH

#69 Jul 21, 2008
By the way, just so you know, John McSame was not born in America, which is a requirement to be president. Does anyone on the left usually bring this up? Of course, not. To do so would mimic your myriad of posts. At any rate:

Wow, McSame has done it again. He says on a morning show that Iraq borders Pakistan. This after saying Czechoslovakia still exists. This after confusing Shia and Suni. So, this guy's strength is his foreign policy expertise? Could republicans be any dumber? I mean, really, could they? Oh, and by the way, Bush's puppet government in Iraq agrees with Obama on getting our troops out. Wow. Will McSame ever be the same? By the way, McSame said "it was obvious we'd have to leave" if they asked us to. Wow...
RU Kiddingme

AOL

#70 Jul 21, 2008
GetReal wrote:
Wow, McSame has done it again. He says on a morning show that Iraq borders Pakistan. This after saying Czechoslovakia still exists. This after confusing Shia and Suni. So, this guy's strength is his foreign policy expertise? Could republicans be any dumber? I mean, really, could they? Oh, and by the way, Bush's puppet government in Iraq agrees with Obama on getting our troops out. Wow. Will McSame ever be the same? By the way, McSame said "it was obvious we'd have to leave" if they asked us to. Wow...
After the last eight years, you would think that Americans would learn to vote for the smart guy. It's been twelve years since we voted for the smart guy - it's time to do it again.

Obey your mama - end the drama - vote Obama!
Christ on a Cra c ker

Akron, OH

#71 Jul 21, 2008
RU Kiddingme wrote:
After the last eight years, you would think that Americans would learn to vote for the smart guy. It's been twelve years since we voted for the smart guy - it's time to do it again.
Obey your mama - end the drama - vote Obama!
Guess that depends on your definition of "smart".

No thanks on that offer at the end, though.
justamerican

Spotsylvania, VA

#72 Jul 21, 2008
GetReal wrote:
Wow, McSame has done it again. He says on a morning show that Iraq borders Pakistan. This after saying Czechoslovakia still exists. This after confusing Shia and Suni. So, this guy's strength is his foreign policy expertise? Could republicans be any dumber? I mean, really, could they? Oh, and by the way, Bush's puppet government in Iraq agrees with Obama on getting our troops out. Wow. Will McSame ever be the same? By the way, McSame said "it was obvious we'd have to leave" if they asked us to. Wow...
Barack Visited 57 States



While campaigning in Oregon on Friday, Senator Obama stated that he had traveled 57 states, and had a couple left to go. Some would write this off as stupidity and state that he had merely forgotten the number of states he is fighting to represent as President of the United States. Barack Obama may be many things, but he is not stupid.



We believe that Senator Obama had a Freudian slip. We believe that Barack was thinking about an organization more near and dear to his heart than the USA, that is the OIC. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is an international organization with a permanent delegation to the United Nations. It groups 57 nations, most of which are Islamic, from the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, Caucasus, Balkan, Southeast Asia, South Asia and South America. The primary goals of the OIC are, according to its Status, "to promote solidarity among all Islamic member states."
justamerican

Spotsylvania, VA

#73 Jul 21, 2008
Is Barack Eligible to be President?
By Larry JohnsoncloseAuthor: Larry Johnson Name: Larry Johnson
Email: larry_johnson@earthlink.net
Site: http://NoQuarterUSA.net

I must admit I initially thought this was a farfetched question. But there is a significant body of evidence, some circumstantial, that suggests the answer may be “no.”
An internet friend (Katherine) has pursued this relentlessly. She sent me the following:
According to the state laws in Hawaii that were in effect at the time of Obama’s birth, a child must be born to “TWO” U.S. Citizen parents (this law was in effect from “December 24, 1952 to November 13, 1986,“ which means it applies to Barack’s birth.
But only Barack’s mom was a U.S. Citizen. Papa Obama was a citizen of Kenya.
Well, the Hawaiian law stipulates:
…If only one parent was a U.S. Citizen at the time of your birth, that parent must have resided in the United States for at least ten years, at least FIVE of which had to be after the age of 16.”
It appears that Obama’s mother was only 18 when Obama was born, which means she was shy of the 21 years of age required by the law. In other words, she was not old enough to qualify her son for automatic U.S. Citizenship. At what point was Barack Obama Jr., son of Barack Obama Sr., recognized by the U.S. Government as an American citizen? When he moved to Indonesia with his mother and step-father in the mid-1960s I am assuming he had a U.S. passport.
There is a law suit in the works. Of that you can be sure. As was noted in an early post today on No Quarter, Barack’s stubbornness on the birth certificate issue is keeping the matter alive. Not a good idea going into the General Election.
I am not a Constitutional scholar (nor is Barack for that matter). The relevant clause of the Constitution stipulates that:
No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty five years, and been fourteen Years a resident within the United States.
Now, I had always assumed that a naturalized citizen (like Arnold) could not be President. but the clause,“or a citizen of the United States,” seems to open the door for people who become citizens. Any lawyers out there?
justamerican

Spotsylvania, VA

#74 Jul 21, 2008
In 2004 Obama stated that he lacked the experience to run for President in 2008.
I think you need to re-evaluate yourself and make that promise good! You were actually correct for a change.
Christ on a Cra c ker

Akron, OH

#75 Jul 21, 2008
Spammy the Spammer is back!!!
justamerican

Spotsylvania, VA

#76 Jul 21, 2008
Christ on a Cra c ker wrote:
Spammy the Spammer is back!!!
Sorry, just trying to get people to see that Obama is no better that McCain. In this election we do not have a lesser of the two evils to vote for.
Christ on a Cra c ker

Akron, OH

#77 Jul 21, 2008
You're spamming with a lot of unsubstantiated bullshit and overblown conjecture. Fever swamp crap.

His policies prescriptions are bad enough on their own. You don't need to be lying or suggesting to people things that are untrue to scare them into voting for 100 Years War Man.

You're inadvertently making me want to vote for Obama just to spite you and your ilk. You're sick f*cks, just like the arseholes who profit off 9/11.

“Er...Protector of Free Speech?”

Since: Mar 08

The AKR

#78 Jul 22, 2008
justamerican wrote:
Is Barack Eligible to be President?
By Larry JohnsoncloseAuthor: Larry Johnson Name: Larry Johnson
Email: larry_johnson@earthlink.net
Site: http://NoQuarterUSA.net
I must admit I initially thought this was a farfetched question. But there is a significant body of evidence, some circumstantial, that suggests the answer may be “no.”
An internet friend (Katherine) has pursued this relentlessly. She sent me the following:
According to the state laws in Hawaii that were in effect at the time of Obama’s birth, a child must be born to “TWO” U.S. Citizen parents (this law was in effect from “December 24, 1952 to November 13, 1986,“ which means it applies to Barack’s birth.
But only Barack’s mom was a U.S. Citizen. Papa Obama was a citizen of Kenya.
Well, the Hawaiian law stipulates:
…If only one parent was a U.S. Citizen at the time of your birth, that parent must have resided in the United States for at least ten years, at least FIVE of which had to be after the age of 16.”
It appears that Obama’s mother was only 18 when Obama was born, which means she was shy of the 21 years of age required by the law. In other words, she was not old enough to qualify her son for automatic U.S. Citizenship. At what point was Barack Obama Jr., son of Barack Obama Sr., recognized by the U.S. Government as an American citizen? When he moved to Indonesia with his mother and step-father in the mid-1960s I am assuming he had a U.S. passport.
There is a law suit in the works. Of that you can be sure. As was noted in an early post today on No Quarter, Barack’s stubbornness on the birth certificate issue is keeping the matter alive. Not a good idea going into the General Election.
I am not a Constitutional scholar (nor is Barack for that matter). The relevant clause of the Constitution stipulates that:
No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty five years, and been fourteen Years a resident within the United States.
Now, I had always assumed that a naturalized citizen (like Arnold) could not be President. but the clause,“or a citizen of the United States,” seems to open the door for people who become citizens. Any lawyers out there?
My wife and I have been at odds for about three months. I bailed on The Dumb-o-cratic Party as soon as Obumbla started pulling away from Hillary. "The Boss" kept fightin' the Liberal fight. Than last night while watchin' ABC News...."I'm beginning to think Obama is full of it."

God, how I love that woman!

Then end is near people! OBJ is goin' down. As long as he keeps opening his mouth, people will keep switching to McCain!

McCain 2008!
GetReal

Medina, OH

#79 Jul 22, 2008
Iraq government agrees with Obama's pullout goal, they want us out by 2010:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25774091/

Seeing as how McSame said this at the Council of Foreign Relations in 2004:

Question: "What would or should we do if, in the post-June 30th period, a so-called sovereign Iraqi government asks us to leave, even if we are unhappy about the security situation there?"

McCain's Answer: "Well, if that scenario evolves than I think it's obvious that we would have to leave because -- if it was an elected government of Iraq, and we've been asked to leave other places in the world. If it were an extremist government then I think we would have other challenges, but I don't see how we could stay when our whole emphasis and policy has been based on turning the Iraqi government over to the Iraqi people."

What will McSame do now? I mean, what CAN he do now? He's backed himself into a corner, don't ya think?

Since: Sep 07

Hudson, Ohio

#80 Jul 22, 2008
GetReal wrote:
Iraq government agrees with Obama's pullout goal, they want us out by 2010
Plus, Bush and his people crossed out a word and changed it to "horizon" and agrees with what Obama put forth ... ooops, poor McLieberBush ...
GetReal

Medina, OH

#81 Jul 22, 2008
Michael P Ryan wrote:
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Plus, Bush and his people crossed out a word and changed it to "horizon" and agrees with what Obama put forth ... ooops, poor McLieberBush ...
Yea, I gotta say. Looks like Bush has been getting some good pointers from Obama. He's talking to Iran now too. Poor little Georgie Bush. He should hang out with Obama, some brains might rub off.

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