Friday, July 26, 2013

Obama Pits Ho Chi Minh on the same level as Thomas Jefferson

Words cannot describe Barack Obama. 

Audacity! Gall!   Not even close.

acrimony, animosity, arrogance, bitterness, brass, brazenness, cheek, chutzpah*, conceit, confidence, crust cynicism, effrontery, guts*, haughtiness, hostility, impertinence, impudence, insolence, malevolence, malice, overbearance, pomposity, presumption, rancor, sauciness, self-importance, spite, venom 

None of those words adequately cover the actions and words of this imposter American and imposter president. 

Obama Says Vietnamese Dictator Inspired by Founding Fathers

“...we discussed the fact that Ho Chi Minh was actually inspired by the U.S. Declaration of Independence and Constitution, and the words of Thomas Jefferson.”
-- President Obama talking to reporters alongside Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang.
It may come as some unwelcome news to the families of the nearly 60,000 Americans who died in the Vietnam War that the whole thing was just a misunderstanding.
That was the impression President Obama gave on Thursday when he spoke to the press after his meeting with Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang. Sang brought Obama a copy of a letter sent to President Harry Truman from Ho Chi Minh in which the communist dictator spoke hopefully of cooperation with the United States.
Obama, striking a wistful tone, observed that it may have taken 67 years, but the United States and Vietnam were finally enjoying the relationship that Ho once wrote of. After all, Obama said, Ho had been “inspired by the words of Thomas Jefferson.”
The message here was that if only we might have bridged our differences then – if only Ho and Truman could have done what Obama and Sang did this week, so much unpleasantness might have been avoided.

America in Danger As Never Before

If anyone believes that the Obama administration is not a game changer for American security must have their head buried in the sand or somewhere else.  This nation is in dire jeopardy adn all anyone with half a brain needs to do to understand that, is to look around and watch what is going on both domestically and internationally.

Here is a little something to brighten your day, in case anyone who follows this blog missed it.

That;s right.  Washington is soon to look like under siege Europe during WWI with the addition of billions of dollars worth of high tech blimps.  Blimps designed to what you say?  I wonder what else this administration knows that they are not sharing with the American people. My bet is that the missiles will begin falling after the imposter and chief is long gone. 

Don’t Be Alarmed by the Drone Blimps Hovering Over D.C. They’re Here to Stop Cruise Missiles

If America is attacked, we might be saved by blimps. No, not state-of-the-art jet fighters that can fly well beyond the speed of sound. But blimps: lumbering, relatively jovial blimpsthe manatees of aviation.
Within a year, a pair of souped-up $2.7 billion blimps (price includes R&D) will be floated 10,000 feet above the District of Columbia and act as a 340-mile-wide eye in the sky, detecting incoming missiles and the like.
The design and testing phase for JLENS—the (deep breath) Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System, produced by Raytheon, a major weapons manufactuer—is over, relays Program Director Doug Burgess to Popular Mechanics. Now, it is time for implementation. Or, as he puts it, "[We're] getting away from the Ph.D. engineer types running the system to the 20- or 25-year-old soldier running the system."
The idea to employ blimps to protect a city is actually not new. During World War II, London deployed a similar system to protect against Nazi air strikes. The barrage balloons, as they were called, acted as fence posts for a spool of wire that would make it difficult for planes to maneuver in the city. Basically, they were barbed wire fences suspended a few thousand feet in the air. They were also filled with hydrogen, which upon impact with a plane would explode. This is what they looked like:

Friday, July 19, 2013

Malicious Fecal Distribution?


Obama putting it all in context

I am sorry, but having just watched the president's most recent remarks concerning the Trayvon Martin case on live Television, I am all the more confused by Barack Obama and his statements today.  This is the man who told America that he would strive to unite the country and that he would strive to eliminate racial divides.  Once again I do not see the walk matching up with the talk or matching up with the actions of this president. 

Today.....telling white Americans that they need to understand the 'context' that Black America see the Trayvon verdict in, the president's words in my opinion, did not serve to dispel the continued raised levels of lingering angst this tragedy has inspired among the black community or those dead set to keep the flames fanned.

If anything the president's remarks serve to continue the conversation and seemingly serve to validate the perspectives of one group of Americans over the perspectives of another group of Americans.  Speaking to Americans today the president reminded us that he not only felt as if Trayvon Martin could have been his own son, but he also acknowledged that he himself could have been Trayvon Martin thirty five years ago.

Once again in my opinion, the presidents actions and remarks today serve only to play to the emotional reactions of those who disagree with the verdict. In doing so those involved openly deny both what the law and our constitution demands as justice.  The presidents actions today were no more than an attempt to placate black Americans who continue to refuse to accept the verdict of our system of laws and justice, while at the same time seeming to set the stage for an unwarranted and unjustified federal prosecution of George Zimmerman that will now surely become a reality in the near future. 

Speaking at the White House on Friday, President Obama addressed the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial for the killing of Trayvon Martin for the first time since 2012, when he declared that if he had a son, he’d look like Martin. This time, Obama said, “Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago.” Obama added that he had experienced racial profiling personally: "There are very few African-American men who haven't had the experience of being followed in a department store — that includes me." Obama also said, “Reasonable doubt was relevant, and they rendered a verdict. Once the jury's spoken, that's how our system works.” Obama said he was "bouncing around" ideas with his staff on how to respond to the Zimmerman verdict, adding, "I think it is going to be important for us to do some soul searching." Pushing against Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law, Obama stated, "If Trayvon Martin was of his age and armed, could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk?" Finally, Obama went into the racial complexities of the Martin situation: "A lot of African-American boys are painted with a broad brush...If a white male teen was involved in the same kind of scenario, both the outcome and the aftermath might have been different." He did say, "As difficult and as challenging as this whole episode has been, I don't want us to lose sight that things are getting better...We're becoming a more perfect union, not a perfect union, but a more perfect union."

Tuesday, July 16, 2013


This is what Barack Obama is supporting. Wake up America.

Stevie Wonder Boycotts Florida

Damn!  I mean Wow!  I hate it when these celebrities make it so easy for me to boycott them. It's not like I was headed to the store to buy anything Stevie Wonder, but just in case?  Now I can't go. 

I am sorry, but those who continue to demonstrate their own extreme examples of ignorance and racism have no place in my existence. Especially when it comes to spending my money.  So far? Aside from the race pimps who are stirring the pot for their own evil intent, I know of at least two NFL players, Beyonce and now Stevie on the short list of those who belong on the black bus of acceptable black ignorance and purposeful racial denial in America. 

Disregard what the jury said, disregard what the law says, Disregard what the facts proved.  Continue the hyperbole and the maligned racial lies. The bottom line, I don't need any of these people in my life and I damn sure don't feel a need to spend any of my money to enrich their lives. 

Go ahead.  My pencil is ready.  Make my list!

Boycotting Florida

In the wake of the George Zimmerman acquittal, the singer said he would not be performing in the Sunshine State until its Stand Your Ground law is "abolished." He also said he would not be performing in any other state that recognizes the law, which some say contributed to Zimmerman's acquittal in the shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, 2012.
 Stevie Wonder at Obama Rally - H 2012

Monday, July 15, 2013

Identifying with the fallen

There is one thing for sure in American politics.  Some politicians can do anything and their supporters will turn a blind eye to the facts and truth and continue to support them. 

Marion Barry, Comeback King, on Spitzer, Weiner, and Being Truly ‘Humble’

A stint in jail, a crack-pipe video, and various other embarrassing incidents haven’t stopped the charming Marion Barry from being D.C.’s most popular politician. So what does he think of Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner? He tells Lloyd Grove.

When it comes to bouncing back from supposedly career-ending scandals, Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer could take lessons from Marion Barry.

Marion Barry
Councilman Marion Barry in Washington, D.C., on March 2, 2010. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post, via Getty)

“I identify with the fallen, whoever they may be,” Barry told me during a weekend visit to New York. “Everybody, at some point in life, is gonna get knocked down.”

Washington, D.C.’s “Mayor for Life,” a title Barry relishes even though it was bestowed sarcastically by his critics, looks damned good for a man of 77 who is in recovery from drug abuse, survived prostate cancer, suffers from diabetes—which causes him to walk with some difficulty—and was forced to get a kidney transplant 4 1/2 years ago. “It transformed my life,” he said of the new kidney, which was donated by a lady friend. “It made me look young. My skin is smoother.”

Barry famously spent six months in federal prison 22 years ago on a cocaine-possession conviction. (He told me he has been “clean” for two decades, notwithstanding a dropped marijuana-possession charge, and he recently stopped sipping wine “because I don’t want to mess up my new kidney.”) The jail time came after an eight-week trial punctuated by an FBI sting video of Hizzoner sucking on a crack pipe at the urging of former girlfriend Rasheeda Moore, in a Washington hotel room equipped with hidden cameras, where he uttered those iconic words: “Bitch set me up.”

“I’m very quotable,” Barry said with a laugh.

Now he was in town to appear on MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry show. As we sat in his Manhattan hotel room sipping Coca-Colas (his regular, mine diet), he roared with laughter when I mentioned that his bitter aside about his ex-girlfriend ended up decorating thousands of T-shirts, at the time a popular fashion statement.

“What I regret is not printing the T-shirts,” he said with a chuckle. “That’s what I regret.”

Hoodie Sunday

There always seems to be outrage with members of the black community when life doesn't conform to their myth and the meme.

DC Breaking Local News Weather Sports FOX 5 WTTG
A number of churches nationwide declared today 'Hoodie Sunday' in honor of Trayvon Martin. 
Reverend Tony Lee of the Community of Hope A.M.E. Church in Temple Hills, Maryland delivered his sermon in a hooded sweatshirt. 
While the six women of the jury in Florida said George Zimmerman was acting in self-defense when he shot Martin, many in Lee's congregation are not convinced. 
There is outrage and disappointment among many members of the black community. 
Lee said, "I don't want this kind of stuff to happen to another one of our children." 
He mentioned the election of President Obama and said that each time we have progress it's met with push-back.  He encouraged everyone at the service to keep moving forward. 
"We have to hold the nation accountable but we also have to hold accountable the people who are shaping culture and shaping the atmosphere in which a young man could be dehumanized. 
Some of that comes from outside but some comes from our own community." 
Following the sermon, Lee held a recruiting drive for the church's Social Justice Ministry, which works to combat community violence and improve education and health services.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Obama thoughts on verdict.

It looks like the real problem with the George Zimmerman acquittal for Obama was that he looked upon George Zimmerman's self defense as gun violence.

This is just another reason why this man and his philosophies are dangerous to the continued freedom of this nation. A man defends himself against a violent assault and it is his fault and the guns fault.  I don't think so. 

Obama Responds to Zimmerman Verdict: 'Stem the Tide of Gun Violence'--For Trayvon

The death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy.  Not just for his family, or for any one community, but for America.  I know this case has elicited strong passions.  And in the wake of the verdict, I know those passions may be running even higher.  But we are a nation of laws, and a jury has spoken.  I now ask every American to respect the call for calm reflection from two parents who lost their young son.  And as we do, we should ask ourselves if we’re doing all we can to widen the circle of compassion and understanding in our own communities.  We should ask ourselves if we’re doing all we can to stem the tide of gun violence that claims too many lives across this country on a daily basis.  We should ask ourselves, as individuals and as a society, how we can prevent future tragedies like this.  As citizens, that’s a job for all of us.  That’s the way to honor Trayvon Martin.

Inherent bias the new meme

I awoke this morning to the ongoing drama of the aftermath of the George Zimmerman acquittal. I have to admit, I was truly surprised by the verdict of not guilty.  Not because I believed George Zimmerman to be guilty of a crime, but because I did not believe that the jury could muster the character and fortitude to follow the law and deliver a just verdict . 

I continue to believe that the jury of public opinion in the black community and in other enclaves of apologist egalitarian liberalism will never be satisfied with the not guilty verdict of George Zimmerman.  Justice is only justice when it fits the popularized and internalized meme of race in America.  Regardless of what a black kid may have unarguably done, there are qualifiers that must be placed as blanket cover over the actions to explain and dismiss that which everyone else is held accountable for.

On one of the morning news programs this morning, there were the expected academic experts on race and behavioral studies. It was their job to paint an entirely new landscape of understanding on last night's verdict in Sanford Florida. A verdict that obviously disappointed so many of those anticipating racial justice for Trayvon Martin, that alternative explanations must be found for the lunacy of a jury who failed to miscarry justice. .

When the results of an FBI investigation into the death of Trayvon Martin failed to reveal any latent or inherent presence of racism in the life or personality profile of George Zimmerman, the ability to assign racism to George Zimmerman appeared to be flawed and in jeopardy, but as I soon observed, by the commentary this morning, there were and are professionally certified alternative racial explanations for the conduct of George Zimmerman that fateful night.

As I watched, I was immediately immersed in the revelations by one black doctor of psychology et al, who readily asserted that if George Zimmerman were not openly a racist, he was at least inherently biased in his perceptions of Trayvon Martin.  Just as the large majority of Americans are reportedly inherently biased in their perceptions.  If George Zimmerman wasn't a racist according to this expert, then he was most certainly inherently biased and therefore, the sum of all fears remains that George Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin because he was black.

Disregard all other facts and circumstances of the case. George Zimmerman's inherent bias is what drove him to stalk and murder an innocent black "child" on that fateful February night in 2012.  But is that really what happened and more importantly, is that really why it happened?  I say those who are being hustled by the  now revised racial meme had better pay attention to what;s is being shoveled in the media this morning by so called experts. Is George Zimmerman the only person, either before during or after this encounter, to suffer from this newly created malady of inherent bias?  I think not.

The bottom line is this.  For anyone to buy into and accept these apologist versions of media created racism, you have to ignore and dismiss every other factor present in what happened between Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman the night Trayvon Martin died.  You have too be denied access to Trayvon Martin's background and history and you must be denied access to the representations that this supposed child made of himself to others publicly before the night of his death.

You have to ignore the reasons for him being with his father in that gated community to begin with.  You have to ignore the fact that he was there due to trouble he had gotten into with the law while living with his mother in Miami.  You have to ignore the racially twinged tweets and postings that he made on social media such as facebook and twitter. You have  to ignore the posed photos of Trayvon engaged in smoking marijuana and posing with handguns while displaying gang signs.  You have to ignore the toxicology report reflecting that on the night of his death, the presence of marijuana was in his bloodstream.  You have to ignore the state's star witness who related in testimony that Trayvon told her over the phone that he was being followed by a creepy ass cracker. You have to ignore the forensic evidence that demonstrated the shooting death of Trayvon Martin occurred just as George Zimmerman reported it had. You have to ignore the eyewitness testimony of the neighbor who testified that he saw the fight and he saw Trayvon Martin on top of George Zimmerman and Trayvon was pummeling George Zimmerman akin to a mixed martial arts style beat down.  Last but not least, you have to ignore the fact that if George Zimmerman has any inherent bias, then so did Trayvon Martin and the same inherent bias that supposedly guided George Zimmerman's response to Trayvon Martin, must have also steered and guided Trayvon Martin's encounter and approach to George Zimmerman on the night of his death. 

Call it a murder?  Absolutely not.  Call it a tragedy?  Maybe so.  But what is the tragedy.  Is the tragedy that a black child was allegedly stalked by and over zealous white "hispanic"  adult, or is the tragedy the circumstances of modern American culture that fails to question the actions and representations of minority American youth.  Actions and cultural representations that had they been set aside that night, would have never given rise for alarm on either Zimmerman's or Martin's part.

I am sorry, but I don't buy into or believe the race based hustle that is continuing this morning in the aftermath of the George Zimmerman acquittal. Regardless of what you may or may not believe about the case, what is important is that the jury saw each and every element of the facts as I touched on them above and they saw more.  In the end, they chose to follow the law and they chose not ignore the facts. They chose to not be influenced by anything other than the evidence.  In the end, the jury chose to follow the truth and they chose to ignore those in media and elsewhere, who attempted to influence their verdict by the interjection of egalitarian race baiting and Trojan Horse misrepresentations of the facts of the case.

This case never was about whether a crime had been committed, this case was about appeasement and the desire to force a desired racial perspective and a desired outcome on a man who was innocent of committing a crime. Like it or not, all George Zimmerman did that night was rightfully inquire into a dark figure lurking through his neighborhood in the rain.  Actions that a normally acting person would not have been engaged in, George Zimmerman believed were worth investigation and he took note of them and began following the individual and calling the police. .  Whether the actions of Trayvon Martin were rightfully allowed or not does not dispel the reasoned inquiry of those observing Trayvon Martin's actions on that night. George Zimmerman was not guilty of a crime for either  investigating those actions or defending himself against Martin;s now proven attack. An injustice was perpetrated in Sanford Florida last year for sure, first upon George Zimmerman and ultimately upon the American people who were called to witness an unjust trial proceeding. .  Thankfully, those attempts of those whoa attempted to forced perspectives and alter the truth failed.  Thankfully our system works. Thankfully an innocent man walks free this morning.

In the newly found racial analysis of the aftermath of the George Zimmerman trial, Americans will find a new accusatory assertion to assail their sensibilities while attempting to assuage their common sense and reason concerning race in america.  Americans will now be told that inherent bias is rampant and that it is just as deadly as racism on stereotyping.  Americans will be told that everyone has these prejudicial views and that none are entitled to them except those who are above racism. Americans will be told to ignore that Trayvon Martin was a seventeen year old young man who chose to confront and attack George Zimmerman. Americans will be continue to be told to ignore the fact that Trayvon Martin was young man enamored by the gangster lifestyle and culture of his peers. Americans will be told to ignore the reality that this eventeen year old "child" has his own inherent bias.

America will be told that the murderous actions of George Zimmerman led to the murder of the child Trayvon Martin and that justice has not been served.  America will once again be told that none of these same tendencies or accusations apply to black people, because it is impossible for a black person to be racially motivated on any judgmental factor. America will be told these things and the great divide that exists as racial separation in America will continue to be stoked and primed because that is what the industry if race in America does.  But none of what will be done will change the facts or the truth of what happened and why on a rainy night in Sanford Florida seventeen months ago.

Stay tuned America, the drama is not over.  Stand aside and watch with amazement as the resources of the federal government are ginned up to prosecute George Zimmerman for civil rights violations.  As surely as night follows day that prosecution is coming. After all, Barack Obama looked upon Trayvon Martin as the son he never had.  Just as the justice department did in the aftermath of the Rodney King verdicts of acquittal, the story does not end here. . When it comes to racial politics in America, justice is what black America says it is, regardless of the law or juries. Therefore, the only thing blind about racial justice in America is the desired blindness to the concept and reality of double jeopardy for the sake of racial appeasement. 

The entire process of events sickens me but I see what has happened and what will happen for what  it truly represents.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

What good is the law when your government defies it.

NSA Rejecting Every FOIA Request Made by U.S. Citizens

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Clayton Seymour, a 36-year-old IT specialist from Hilliard, Ohio, recently sent a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the NSA, curious as to whether any data about him was being collected.
What he received in response made his blood boil.
“I am a generally law abiding citizen with nothing I can think of that would require monitoring,” Seymour wrote to me, “but I wanted to know if I was having data collected about me and if so, what.”
So Seymour sent in an FOIA request. Weeks later, a letter from the NSA arrived explaining that he was not entitled to any information. “When I got the declined letter, I was furious,” he told me. “I feel betrayed.”
Seymour had decided to request his NSA file after coming across a recent post of mine instructing Americans on how to properly request such files from the FBI and NSA. A Navy vet and two-time Obama voter who supported the President’s platform of greater governmental transparency, Seymour was shocked by the letter he received.

The letter, which first acknowledges the media coverage surrounding its surveillance systems, quickly moves to justify why none of that data can be obtained by an American citizen in a standard FOIA request:
Seymour isn’t the only one who has recently had an FOIA request denied by the NSA – dozens of citizens have emailed me to say they’ve received a similar, if not identical, letter. And it’s clear from the exemption the NSA is using that every single American is having their FOIA requests similarly rejected.
Unjustly so.

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

America's Rising Gestapo

If you told the average American that something had occurred in America, they would dispute the incident as fabricated. But this wasn't fabricated. To think, that any police agency could engage in conduct like this and not have their authority utterly stripped from them is hard to fathom.

Whether it is a violation of the 3rd amendment or not, it is certainly an indisputable violation of their 4th amendment rights and they are entitled to damages and that includes punitive damages in my opinion. As Obama pushes on with his executive orders and dissolution of civil rights, we are going to see more and more incidents like this. More and more citizens who have done nothing wrong, being treated like criminals and abused by our legal system to further the goals of egalitarian secular humanism

Don't say it can't happen.....It is happening every day and the incidents of abuse of American citizens is getting worse.


Family allegedly forced from home by police files rare Third Amendment suit

A Nevada family is using a rare legal argument in a lawsuit claiming police tried to commandeer their homes for a surveillance operation and then arrested the homeowners for resisting -- invoking the Third Amendment, which bars soldiers from being "quartered" in a residence without permission.
The Mitchell family, in a lawsuit filed July 1, detailed the incident from July 10, 2011. According to the complaint, it all began when the Henderson city police called Anthony Mitchell that morning to say they needed his house to gain “tactical advantage” in a domestic violence investigation in the neighborhood.
The situation turned ugly when Mitchell refused repeated requests to leave and police smashed through the door, the 18-page complaint states.

Monday, July 08, 2013

Pentagon Purges Bin Ladin Records

 Someone once said the pen is mightier than the sword.  And when that pen is used to cover and conceal the truth from the people,  the pen is only a hair's breath away from signing degrees and executive orders that will completely destroy freedom in America.

The disease and decay that is eating away at our freedoms began in the white house and it now permeates Washington.

Bin Laden raid files reportedly purged from Pentagon computers, sent to CIA

The nation's top special operations commander ordered military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Usama bin Laden's hideout to be purged from Defense Department computers and sent to the CIA, where they could be more easily shielded from ever being made public.
The secret move, described briefly in a draft report by the Pentagon's inspector general, set off no alarms within the Obama administration even though it appears to have sidestepped federal rules and perhaps also the Freedom of Information Act.
An acknowledgement by Adm. William McRaven of his actions was quietly removed from the final version of an inspector general's report published weeks ago. A spokesman for the admiral declined to comment. The CIA, noting that the bin Laden mission was overseen by then-CIA Director Leon Panetta before he became defense secretary, said that the SEALs were effectively assigned to work temporarily for the CIA, which has presidential authority to conduct covert operations.

Saturday, July 06, 2013

Tea Party Terrorists according to Obama

The man periodically lets slip what is really on his mind and what he really believes.

Tea Party Members Fit Profile of Domestic Terrorists, Obama Claims

Tanzania Reception of President Obama and First Lady
Tanzania Reception of President Obama and First Lady
By Nigel J. Covington III
<National Report> A short time ago while addressing a CEO roundtable and Business Forum in Tanzania, President Barack H. Obama, told reporters and attendees that today’s Tea Party members in the United States very closely fit the U.S. government’s profile for domestic terrorists. The President’s response came after a Tanzania businessman asked if civil unrest in the U.S. is likely to affect doing business with American companies.
The President and First Lady are in Tanzania as part of their tour of South Africa. The President and First Lady attended a tree planting ceremony with President Kikwete earlier and are scheduled to have dinner with the South African President of the United Republic of Tanzania later at the State House, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
President Obama Takes Questions During Tanzania Business Forum Today
President Obama Takes Questions During Tanzania Business Forum Today
The initial reaction to President Obama’s comment comparing Tea Party members to domestic terrorists is likely to create quite a stir among American conservatives though mainstream media in the U.S. has been slow to pick up the story.
“The conservative era of the U.S. has ended. There is a new wind of change and hope for all Americans as we work to build a strong economy and a stronger nation. Americans want this change, Americans want what’s best for the country and my administration has been very receptive to listening to their ideas and needs,” the President said.
AP reporter Ramona Darlington, who attended the conference asked President Obama to explain what the profile of an American domestic terrorists is? Obama responded by saying, “Typically domestic terrorists in the U.S. are people who cling to obsolete beliefs from the time of the American Revolution. They are conservative Christians, reactionary Republicans and conspiracy theorists many of whom belong to racist hate groups.”
“Tea Partiers commonly own guns and stock up ammunition and food in anticipation of starting another civil war to overthrow the will of the governing body who represent all of the American people. We are prepared for any contingency and don’t expect to see any kind of large insurrection. Americans are capitalists who are much more interested in seeing America move forward. These terrorists groups are small in size and really present little danger,” the President added.
Though the President’s comments generated some excitement with reporters, the President refused to take further questions and was ushered out of the Hyatt Kilimanjaro to his awaiting motorcade.

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

The Real Face of Obama Care

Rampaging in America

Rampaging? Ever heard of it.  You will. It is happening repeatedly in cities and towns all across America. An activity that use to be limited to large urban areas of America, is now finding its way into small towns and cities.  The most recent example occurred in the relatively small community of Greensboro NC. last week. Have a look.

More and more frequently, roving bands of teenagers and young people are roaming the streets of America. Looking for trouble, looking to attack people, looking to commit crimes and looking to attack each other. Social media has become the vehicle for organizing these activities. Similarly last year, social media was the mechanism for organizing the so called occupy movement.

Make your own judgements, but remember. Watch what has happened, watch was is happening and be aware of what is about to explode across this nation.

Monday, July 01, 2013

"Oh say does that star-spangled flag of pride yet wave,"

No Lady Gag. Your star spangled banner of pride does not wave for me. Nor does it wave for millions of other Americans who know what the anthem and the flag truly represent. Hundreds of thousands of men and women have died for our nation's flag and the anthem that you smilingly disparage. Our anthem is something sacred to many millions of Americans. The National Anthem of this nation actually represent something sacred to millions of Americans and is not to be used as a backdrop for anyone's social or sexual agenda.

After delivering her moving speech during which she thanked the Supreme Court and all LGBT allies, Gaga -- who said the queer community has "saved" her and protected her through the years -- raised a Pride flag and began belting out the National Anthem, improvising slightly as she sang. "Oh say does that star-spangled flag of pride yet wave," she crooned to the roaring delight of those gathered.      Link