Workin' man's King and Savior
Posted in the Robbinsdale Forum
#1 Mar 16, 2013
Once, only nobles were granted an audience with the King.
In America, we've prided ourselves on abandoning those privileges of class some 237 years ago, following that little uprising in the 13 colonies.
And we again congratulated ourselves at 12:01 pm Eastern Time on January 20, 2009, just moments after Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States and as he committed to making his administration the most transparent and open in history.
But more than four years later it is time to ask questions. The most transparent administration ever? The most transparently political, yes. The most open government? If you have the money to buy access, yes.
Since last weekend, Mr and Mrs Regular Citizen have been denied the access people used to be granted to tour the White House, purportedly because of the clampdown on federal spending since the "sequester" that imposed cuts across the board.
#2 Mar 16, 2013
Lemme point out something to you Stuupid Sheeple that worhip your "Position" at the Gubernment Trough.
King Barry loves your willful ignorance and the tune you carry for him.....
"Bahayahhayayhahhh my Lord, Bahayahahayahhhaaa"
#3 Mar 16, 2013
Happy hour & DELICIOUS PhillipKs VodKa, no doubt....
#4 Mar 16, 2013
The Sheeple run en masse from the Awful Truth.
DO NOT expect your neighbors to stop the Butchering that you Sheeple will endure for what YOU have done to America.
You Messiah despises you, and your neighbors have been forced to endure you.
Be VERY Afraid when the weight of YOUR existence causes the system to collapse!
#5 Mar 16, 2013
Meanwhile, noble Americans can buy time with the president for a suggested donation of $500,000 to his new campaign group, Organising for Action.
Yes, the announcement offering access to the president for cold, hard cash was made openly and with total transparency. But it was also made without shame.
It's the third version of Obama's original monster campaign machine, Obama for America, which then morphed into a re-election campaign machine, Organising for America, on the third day of his first term.
It has now re-launched again as Organising for Action (OFA)- a non-profit, tax-exempt group headed by his former campaign advisers. Apparently no longer "for America", the group might just as well be called Organising for Obama's Agenda.
Its mission: to support the president in his attempt to achieve enactment of gun control, environmental policies and immigration reform.
At the two-day kick-off event last week for the new OFA's founding summit, attended by 75 folks for the "bargain" rate of just $50,000, Obama at least acknowledged the concerns raised by others about the funding, purpose and influence of the organisation.
#7 Mar 16, 2013
Mr. Obama’s advisers have disputed those criticisms and sought to defuse them, pledging that the group would voluntarily disclose the names of all donors who give more than $250 and reject corporate and lobbyists’ contributions. (Similar groups with close ties to the Republican leadership in Congress, like Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies and the American Action Network, do not disclose their donations.)
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