2010 Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities
details what critics say is a troubling policy that envisions the Obama
administration's potential use of military force against Americans.
agencies with SWAT teams reportedly include the Department of
Agriculture, the Railroad Retirement Board, the Tennessee Valley
Authority, the Office of Personnel Management, the Consumer Product
Safety Commission, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Education
The directive contains noncontroversial provisions on support to
civilian fire and emergency services, special events and the domestic
use of the Army Corps of Engineers.
The troubling aspect of the directive outlines presidential authority
for the use of military arms and forces, including unarmed drones, in
operations against domestic unrest.
"This appears to be the latest step in the administration's decision to
use force within the United States against its citizens," said a
defense official opposed to the directive.
Directive No. 3025.18, "Defense Support of Civil Authorities," was
issued Dec. 29, 2010, and states that U.S. commanders "are provided
emergency authority under this directive."
"Federal military forces shall not be used to quell civil disturbances
unless specifically authorized by the president in accordance with
applicable law or permitted under emergency authority," the directive
"In these circumstances, those federal military commanders have the
authority, in extraordinary emergency circumstances where prior
authorization by the president is impossible and duly constituted local
authorities are unable to control the situation, to engage temporarily
in activities that are necessary to quell large-scale, unexpected civil
disturbances" under two conditions.
like deadly botulism, must grow in a vacuum"-TRKOF
This was followed up on Dec.11, 2013 with "National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive," with the dual designation of NSPD-51. Commonly known as Martial Law, waiting for Chairman Selfie to impliment.
...SWAT teams reportedly include the Department of Agriculture, ... and the Education Department. Brown Shirts aborning. Methinks it really began with the *spit* Department of Homeland Security. Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick
Cancel Hellfire and Tomahawk
missile programs -Obama
Tarlowe sent me this piece from the American Thinker. I wasn’t
of these cuts, and didn’t know the Hellfire was in the Navy budget, but
it’s logical from an Obamaesque point of view. If you want to
the American military, you have to get into the details like the actual
weapons they use. The big question is why there are no
senior military officers. I have to guess they agree with the
My take: Obama's end game is to
provoke an attempt to remove him from office. TRKOF
start with a simple question. What happens when a soldier runs out
of ammunition during a firefight? First, he either retreats, or he
quickly becomes killed, wounded or captured. Second,
his tactical position converts from active to
indefensible which imperils the strategic array of the
What do you call a submarine that runs out of torpedoes? Missing
in action. That’s an old Navy joke that dates back to WWII.
However the fundamental military concept remains true:
without the ability to attack your enemy and inflict
serious damage, you’re unable to influence any
subsequent events on the battlefield. The military has a term
for any ship or combat unit that cannot defend
itself, “Useless as tits on a boar.”
President Barack Obama is seeking
to abolish two highly successful missile programs that experts say
have helped the U.S. Navy maintain military superiority for the
past several decades.
The Tomahawk missile program—known as “the world’s most
advanced cruise missile”—is set to be cut by $128 million
under Obama’s fiscal year 2015 budget proposal and completely
eliminated by fiscal year 2016, according
to budget documents released by the Navy.
In addition to the monetary cuts to the program, the number of actual
Tomahawk missiles acquired by the United States would drop
significantly—from 196 last year to just 100 in 2015. The number
will then drop to zero in 2016.
The Navy will also be forced to cancel its acquisition of the
well-regarded and highly effective Hellfire missiles in 2015,
according to Obama’s proposal.
The proposed elimination of these missile programs came as a shock to
lawmakers and military experts, who warned ending or cutting these
missiles would significantly erode America’s ability to deter
The U.S. Navy relied heavily on them during the 2011 military incursion
into Libya, where some 220 Tomahawks were used during the fight.
Nearly 100 of these missiles are used each year on average, meaning
that the sharp cuts will cause the Tomahawk stock to be
completely depleted by around 2018. This is particularly
concerning to defense experts because the Pentagon does not have
a replacement missile ready to take the Tomahawk’s place.
“It doesn’t make sense,” said Seth
Cropsey, director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for American
Seapower. “This really moves the U.S. away from a position of
influence and military dominance.”
Cropsey said that if
someone were trying to “reduce the U.S. ability to shape events”
in the world, “they couldn’t find a better way than depriving the
U.S. fleet of Tomahawks. It’s breathtaking.”
Meanwhile, the experimental anti-ship cruise missile meant to
replace the Tomahawk program will not be battle ready for at least
10 years, according to some experts. The Long Range Anti Ship
Missile has suffered from extremely expensive
development costs and has underperformed when tested.
brings up so many unasked and unanswered questions.
Where do the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the CNO (Chief of Naval
Operations) stand on this absurd military folly? Have these
supposed war fighters become so politically emasculated that they would
allow our soldiers and sailors go in harm's way without the
sufficient and proven weapons they require to win big and
This Administration certainly understands the need for sufficient
ammunition, hence the purchase of hundreds of millions of rounds
for Homeland Security, the IRS, and dozens of other domestic
Federal agencies. But why does this same Administration seeks to
“abolish two highly successful missile programs.” that are key to
projecting force both on the seas and in any heavy tank and artillery
land warfare scenario?
What changes in
policy and operational deployment will the Russian, Chinese, and
Iranian military staffs’ be making in the next few years, in light
of this new information?
First published in 1898, H.G. Wells, War of the Worlds, continues
to warn us of evil, by “intellects vast and cool and
“Yet across the gulf of space, minds that are to our minds as ours are
to those of the beasts that perish, intellects vast and cool and
unsympathetic, regarded this earth with envious eyes, and slowly and
surely drew their plans against us.”
And we also know there are “envious eyes” residing in the
White House, quickly and surely drawing their plans against us. [Full
I am thinking that this is an indication of the sickness of the industry and their government partners. Consider that the Tomahawk entered service in 1983. It's development and manufacture got handed around the beltway contractors like a cheap floozy. Even with extensive redesign I would guess that it's components are getting more and more expensive to obtain, and it's software and control components are massively complex monsters which no one understands anymore. In addition, our opponents have had plenty of time to design systems to counter it. Thus it is time for it to step aside and let a new generation take it's place. According to Wikipedia that is the Cruise Missile XR. The burning question is what is the budget for that and how screwed up is the development and procurement?
You see this is the real problem. The defense industry is reaching a point where they and their government overseers are having problems completing the development of anything. As a case study take what happened with the EFV, the supposed replacement for the Marines AAAV amphibious assault vehicle. When I first started working on that program back in 2003 they gave me a token challenge coin proudly announcing that the EFV was celebrating 10 years of development. I could not believe the lack of shame they displayed by making such a coin! To make a long story short, the Marines ended up cancelling that program due to overruns. It wasn't so much the contractors working on it didn't have the talent or professionalism to produce a good vehicle, but the EFV got caught in a cycle of chasing newer and newer technology coupled with ever changing requirements by the Marines. I fear there are probably too many new defense systems caught in this fatal loop. With no real leadership at the executive level, there is little hope of correcting the problem.
Notice that I haven't mentioned the Hellfire. It came in service in 1984 and is subject to the same problems that I mentioned for the Tomahawk. Unfortunately, it's replacement was supposed to be the Joint Common Missile (JCM) which got canceled, and the replacement for that, the Joint Air To Ground Missile (JAGM) is 'under development'. Does anyone detect a common refrain here? -Sigh- yeah, me too. The only way out of this cycle in strong leadership forcing the defense development complex out of these non-productive cycles. Is there a prayer that the current commander in chief is capable of such leadership, or that the dysfunctional Congress can bring focus via budgeting guidelines? I am thinking not a chance in hell.
One real answer is the complete privatization of the armed forces. There are already an amazing number of contractors on our ships and on the front lines, so it is not too much of a stretch to imagine this as the next logical step. With that, the companies would be responsible for their own R&D, perhaps accepting technology feeds from such incubators such as DARPA. Again, this is not much of stretch given that they are already doing all the development anyway. What would be different is that with the cost internalized, they would have to become more efficient and lean in their weapon system design. The real 'right' systems would get fielded, and inefficient designs that cost the company money would not be tolerated. It is something to think about...
Army Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady referred to additional problems in
today’s military including “girly-men leadership [and] medals for not
shooting and operating a computer. This president will never fight if
there is any reason to avoid it and with a helpless military he can
just point to our weakness and shrug his shoulders.”
multiple top generals described to WND what they regard as a full-scale
“purge” of the U.S. military by the Obama administration, the commander
of U.S. Army Garrison Japan was summarily relieved of duty and his
civilian deputy reassigned, pending a “misconduct” investigation. [Full]
Retired Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely called for the “forced resignations”
of President Obama and congressional leaders in response to multiple
grievances, including the alleged political purge of hundreds of senior
military officers, two retired U.S. generals are creating a citizens’
commission to scrutinize Obama administration actions on national
security and economic issues.
formerly the deputy commanding general of Pacific Command, said the
current crop of leaders must be forced to resign by the “demand
resignation” process, which he explained requires massive grass-roots
protests and social networking. As an example, he cited the public and
media pressure that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
Impeachment, Vallely said, is not a viable option because of “partisan
Vallely reminds Americans that the Declaration of Independence itself
states that whenever “any Form of Government becomes destructive to
these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it,
and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such
principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall
seem more likely to affect their Safety and Happiness.”
Vallely said the nation
he long defended is self-destructing “before
our very eyes,” because of “our inept and incompetent leadership in
“The battle is on,” he added, “and we shall not retreat.”
generally happy about, and supportive of this. There is this
caveat however; be wary of any proposition to change the face of
government that's fronted by
the military. I said wary,
not dismissive. I had never thought of "forced resignation"
as an option, and Valley's Nixon example seems flawed.
Nixon was forced into
resignation, in the end, but only after he was falsely informed
by a cadre of trusted GOP leaders that there were sufficient Senate
votes to convict. There were not. But things only reached this
point after a relentless campaign by the WaPost created a climate of inevitability. That sort of media firestorm would never
occur against a Democrat president (witness Clinton); unless.
Unless the American people followed up with massive demonstrations that
Democrats saw as threatening their party, long term. They would
throw their own children down a mine shaft in that event.
like deadly botulism, must grow in a vacuum"-TRKOF
Impeachment is not a solution because of partisan politics.
True. But it is also because of the racial politics and bullshit that would be coming from all the known race hustlers, including Jesse Jackass, Al Never-was Sharpton all the black Democrats in both the Senate and House, as well as the latest race hustler to rear her ugly head, Oprah.
Rotten heathen bastards such as you find make up the general population of the Middle East require despotic and ruthless leadership to make the trains run on time or no. America has become a country largely made up of rotten heathen bastards so a "forced resignation" of a few miscreants would be too little too late and probably a pipe dream in any case.
A military dictatorship might be just what the doctor ordered. Excuse me while I convert another IRA into gold, silver, bullets and booze.
Just kidding, I really think the Republicans will get us out of this mess. What?
No, I meant that it'd would be the only way to cure the problems of a government voted in repeatedly by Socialists, Communists, illegal immigrants, government goldbricks, and welfare leeches. Once they become the majority, there's no winning the elections away from them.
Two thoughts come to mind: 1)WND is a little 'out there' and 2)people did not really like Nixon after the WaPo campaign to discredit him, just after winning re-election by good margin AND people DID like WJC, and considered his perjury to be 'personal', again after WaPo and NYT campaigns to minimize his behavior as being that, and parallel campaigns to present the House as being on a political witch hunt. A vast right wing conspiracy. Someone should tell HRC that sometimes people REALLY thing you are a crook, not just making stuff up to go after you. FWIW. Yeah my mind wanders. Sometimes I go after it... tomw
If you can't name your source do you really have any source? My problem is that I would like to believe it so I can't trust my take on it. If he doesn't go fund raising in the next week or two I'll give it more credibility. Also, as stated in prior posts. Watch for cabinet members to start running away.
I remember an episode of Dr. Who in which slimey politicians did thier usual thing. One was taken down and the so called good guy (gal?) was on top at the end. But the Dr. didn't like how they had obtained the position. He just mentioned to the press " she looks tired....." as he went away. Subsequent news stories show her downfall...
If only he cared enough to have a nervous breakdown there might be hope for our republic. As this indicates he was playing golf over at Ft. Belvior with the cook yesterday. That's right, he has reduced the highest office of the greatest country in the world to a game of 'Clue'. Humm... that gives me an idea...
11B3H. That would have been Harriet Jones, Prime Minister! It was David Tennants first episode and he had just sent the bad guys away and as they were leaving the solar system, Harriet authorized Torchwood to destroy them while they retreated.
For the record, I agreed with Harriet and disagreed with the doctor in that case. lol.
or behaviour directed against the peace of a state
an offence that tends to undermine the authority of a state
an incitement to public disorder
In order to recognize the
American spirit of loyalty and the sacrifices that so many have made
for our Nation, the Congress, by Public Law 85-529 as amended, has
designated May 1 of each year as "Loyalty Day." On this day, let us
reaffirm our allegiance to the United States of America, our
Constitution, and our founding values. Obama
Am I reading this right? "...
reaffirm our allegiance to the United States of America, our
Constitution, and our founding values."
Obummer seems to be asking us Americans to overthrow his filthy
Administration, and today's government? JFC! That's sedition, if
treason! Well, he is the boss. I have a boner now.
He's not even trying to hide his socialist roots. He must think it's a great big joke because the American populace keeps bending over saying "That was great but please may I have another, only harder this time!"
Screw Lew. The little darlings are pledging to our nations flag not a central authority. You get the central authority you deserve. The flag is not a symbol of anything but our founding principles and the men who died defending them. You want a better country become a better person.
The Obama’s: I Knew They Came From the Planet Zokowiscz But I
Couldn't Prove It Until I Read This:
The fambly was arriving
surprise birthdat party
and I was all akimbo when I read a certain e-mail about the Obamas' law
licenses (that was two years old and
on a disreputable site) but I posted it in two minutes and went
back to grillin' when I'm thinking-Whoa! I'd better pull that
sumbitch until I have a chance to look it over and when I did I was
embarrassed for falling for it, but when you hate someone's guts a lot
you are willing to believe almost anything that might get them thrown
down a volcano and that's not how I won my Pulitzer. Sorry.
“Mr. Brennan did convert to Islam when he served in an
official capacity on the behalf of the United States in Saudi Arabia,”
Guandolo told interviewer and radio host Tom Trento.
“That fact alone is not what is most disturbing,” Guandolo continued.
“His conversion to Islam was the culmination of a counterintelligence
operation against him to recruit him. The fact that foreign
intelligence service operatives recruited Mr. Brennan when he was in a
very sensitive and senior U.S. government position in a foreign country
means that he either a traitor … [or] he has the inability to discern
and understand how to walk in those kinds of environments, which makes
him completely unfit to the be the director of Central Intelligence.”
There is a scene in the movie "Zero Dark Thirty" where one of the CIA officers walks into his boss' office to ask for funding. The boss (older white guy with white hair) is on his prayer rug praying toward Mecca in Arabic. I didn't get the name of the boss in the movie but he's a dead ringer of the bozo that Obama is nominating.
means the southern border of the United States of America will be more
vulnerable to attack from low flying aircrafts, low altitude missiles,
and other infiltrations such as smuggling or wetbacks from Kenya. .
Closing Air Defense System on U.S./Mexico Border: Texas & America
Vulnerable to Attack from Low Altitude Missiles and Aircraft
My late aunt had fresnel lenses for a while after she had cataract surgery. Maybe Shrillery has cataracts? She for SURE hasn't got a clue about Statecraft. Middle East and North Africa in flames, revolution, and civil war in Syria. Iran about to go nuclear. Seems things was a might more peaceful afore she and Teh Won took the helm. BTW, where did they put that thing??? We can only hope that there are no plans for a 2016 campaign. Personally, I don't think she has the stamina now, and would have even less then as she would be 68/69 when the campaign would have to start. She does not look well enough for that, IMO. Maybe she has her sights set on more 'human' endeavors rather than re-shaping the world according to Cloward & Piven, her apparent heroes. tomw
A retired four-star admiral is now claiming that Barack Obama
intentionally conspired with
Although the Obama Administration intentionally gutted security at the
consulate prior to the staged kidnapping, former Navy SEALs Tyrone
Woods and Glen Doherty disobeyed direct orders to stand down, saved
American lives, single-handedly killed scores of attackers…and the
attackers, believing that Obama had betrayed them, tortured Ambassador
Chris Stevens and dragged his body through the streets.
America’s enemies to stage a bogus attack
and the kidnapping of an American
ambassador so he could “negotiate”
the release of a “hostage” and bolster his mediocre approval ratings
just prior to the election!
The Washington Examiner, quoting retired
Four-Star Admiral James Lyons, writes: “the attack on the American
Consulate in Benghazi… was the result of a bungled abduction attempt….
the first stage of an international prisoner exchange… that would have
ensured the release of Omar Abdel Rahman, the ‘Blind Sheik’…” [Full]
guy is untouchable because the press won't give the story legs. Oh, they
may have to acknowledge the story "that's being floated by right wing
haters;" and a "well Reagan paid for hostages!" Any bets?
No wonder Obama felt the need to give himself life-time S.S.
protection. Bets? Big hat tip to Merrily!
like deadly botulism, must grow in a vacuum"-TRKOF
Sadly, even if it's true, it will never be reported on by anyone other than a few bloggers. The 0bama sycophants will see to it. And those who report it will be marginalized. This guy has his own Pravda and Tas. It's disgusting. -1911Man
Theoretically this is sex, but what an insignificant story to make
Drudge's front page. In fact, there
are no news stories on his front page, as we speak, that cause my blood
to rise or fall. The crime of the century is the Obama
comparison, nothing moves or shocks anymore. Nothing.
Certainly not that
bit of silliness. Take this current headline Union
threatens Maine-to-Texas dock strike...
I haven't followed up on it. Just part of the wall-to-wall
Obama crime spree. Don't need to read it because here's what I know.
The west coast dock workers union
have been controlled or strongly influenced by the Communist party
since the Harry Bridges days in the 1930s. Still are. They are not
going to do
anything to hurt a fellow traveler like Obama. Someone tell me if I've
Their 8 day partial strike on the Left Coast caused some freight to be unloaded in Mexico and of course 8 day delays. It also cost retailer money, time and heartburn. BUT it was just a 'dress rehearsal' these very same union guys promised this coast to coast was not only coming but it would be big. I guess we'll see...
What do the unions plan to do about all the Red Chinese stowaways inside those containers? Oh, and I don't even want to think about the horror of leaving all those keen Apple products on the docks in horribly humid Houston/Galveston.
"...The woman, who has continually denied any wrongdoing, was arrested in September when police arrived at her flat and found human skeletons and knives after responding to a call about gunfire coming from the apartment."
Knives, guns and young Swedish blondes. If this sort of thing is wrong, I don't want to be right.
# posted by
Steve in Greensboro : 12/19/12, 10:10 AM
During Mark McGwire’s record setting 70 home run season of 1998, it was
easy to see something was wrong. His prior season high record was 49
in his rookie year at age 23, whereafter he hit 32, 33, 39, 22, 42 (at
age 28), 9, 9, 39 (at age 31), 52 (at age 32), 58 (at age 33), and 70
at age 34. He then hit 65, 35, and 32 home runs at age 35, 36, and 37
respectively. Never in the history of Baseball had players exceeded
their 20 s highs by 43%. Indeed, a ball player’s peak years are ages
24-28, and thereafter decline is fairly rapid and steep. Unless they
the 4 million votes needed would have been more expensive, old school
ways generally are. But consider that 4 million times $25 would amount
to $100 million, and $50 million a vote would amount to $200 million,
that’s definitely not a stretch for a campaign that raised over $1
The same is true for Obama. Sure, I’d believe a very
heavy, Black/Hispanic turnout could give him a victory over Romney. But
Record Romney crowds and a quarter of the people
attending Obama’s rallies in the same places as four years ago?
Or polls showing a slight Romney lead in both
swing states and nationally, with a Democrat plus six weighting?
When 2010 had basically even party turnout?
Or Obama being the first President EVER
re-elected with a lower turnout and percentage of the vote than his
Or Obama being the first Democrat elected with a
lower turnout (nearly 20 million fewer voters) than the prior election?
Or Obama being the first President re-elected
with unemployment over 7% since FDR?
Or Obama winning re-election with only 38% of
White voters, down from 43% in 2008, in a 75% White turn-out (remember
lower turnouts are more White).
Or Obama getting 303 electoral votes … but the
Republicans holding onto the House?
Or Romney doing better than McCain in every demo group but Hispanics,
and there doing only 2% worse, while Hispanic turnout was LOWER than in
That’s like asking me to believe that McGwire hit his record home runs
Somebody in an earlier post questioning the efficacy of this election
commented "Poor Loser."
Which is what the Baltimore Sun and MD Democrats cried in unison
when Ellen Sauerbray petitioned
her mugging by the simple expedient of— in-a-flash!— finding enough "new ballots" to
steal her Governorship. In Minnesota, it doesn't matter
that a few hundred Dems have been jailed for voter fraud; Al
Franken is still "Senator Al Franken".
I don't the Blue Machine even worry about being caught anymore.
They understand that, like in football, once the ball is
snapped, the previous play is non-reviewable. For them, snapping
the ball means media acceptance of an election result, without
I am not sure what you mean by Chum, Urban dictionary and google comes up blank. Sounds like you have been listening to rumors again. I believe that it was Lincoln that said "I don't like that man. I must get to know him better." Sounds like you haven't taken the time to get to know those "Saints".
Anywho.. Just about any LDS person that you would meet would be adamant against Democrats, except for recent converts and Harry Reid. Romney didn't lose because the Mormons fixed it for Obama, Utah votes overwhelmingly Conservative. Your message is getting lost in your bigotry. I think it is more reasonable that people like you voted against the Mormon, or didn't vote at all. Now 4 more years of captain 0. Thank you for that.
Mitt Romney wasn't my 8th choice but I voted for him. I just can't understand how McCain could get 2 million more votes. If it were fraud, I trust that Holder will get to the bottom of it. If not, then everyone who stayed home voted for Obamacare. And wrt to the LDS: I am one of those chumps who is glad that the Constitution forbids a religious test for office.
Turnout dropped by 7.9 million voters, falling to 123.6 million this year from 131.5 million in 2008. This is the first decline in a presidential election in 16 years. Only 51.3% of the voting-age population went to the polls. ********* **so a 'mandate' to raise taxes on the "Rich" is 50.1% of 51.3% or 25.7% ... I doan theen so... ********* While the Democratic "ground game" was effective, President Barack Obama received 90.1% of his 2008 total while Gov. Mitt Romney received 98.6% of Sen. John McCain's vote. Neither party generated a higher turnout nationally. *** ** so the "weak" candidate Romney pulled more of his people, percentage wise, than the **'winner' **He just didn't pull quite enough. How many more were left? 1.4% of his turnout... is that enough **to win? No. I don't think so. I think he still lost if he got 100%. ***** Here:rove I am of the opinion that with "early voting" there were MANY days of vans scouring the city for anything they could scrape up to stand on their feet long enough to "vote". Add that to the normal fraud in cities, and it was enough to make educated, thoughtful voters impotent. A tiny bit of no-show, some electronic or paper fraud, added to scrape the barrel clean tactics was enough. Throw in the four years of hateful propaganda to gin up the Tribes: LBGT, Pro-choice fears, Bible Thumpers Will ..., and you have ignorant voters who were fearful of the R. Just enough. Divisive politics that may lead to a Pyrrhic victory. Rule over the junkyard. Hungry and unemployed, just like FDR did, likely he did it accidently, but this was no accident. tomw
"What is sad is that they stayed home because Romney wasn't perfect."
They stayed home because he wasn't a conservative. They stayed home because he's a religious cult leader. They stayed home because the fix was in at the GOP and Obama was scheduled for 4 more years and everybody knew it.
They stayed home because watching the decline on TV is just as good as being there and the GOP needs to be allowed to destroy itself.
post just below shows CBS calling the election for Obama just before
third debate. Here, the RNC has a commercial the DNC evidently
to air*snort.* Here's the question we all ask. Are
there people out there who would vote for Obama after seeing these
(for the first time, in most cases)? The answer is of course,
yes. It's called cancer.
"The will of the people thwarted" is not on the horizon, it's well within arm's reach. It's the light bulbs in your lamps, the toilet in your bathroom, the gas in your car, the health care card in your wallet. It's everywhere. These bastards don't care a whit what we want. GrinfilledCelt
competitiveness, a trait that has defined him since his days on the
court as a basketball-obsessed teenager in Hawaii, was on display one
night last February, when the president spotted a woman he knew was
close to Sen. Marco Rubio in a Florida hotel lobby. “Is your boy going
to go for [vice president]?” the president asked her. Maybe, she
“Well,” he said,
chuckling, according to a person who witnessed the encounter. “Tell
your boy to watch it. He might get his ass kicked.” - [Book
Boy? I know you said Leroy I been Maine to Spain Austin to Boston Been everywhere but the electric chair. Seen everything but the wind. & you call me boy? How'd you like to go home & tell your Momma a boy beat your ass?
So this is a whole lot of baffle gab and BS to still try and hide that they do not have it. he Bastard was invalid and ineligible to be THE POTUS and I do not accept him as such because he has NOT removed without any doubt his history such as having an Indonesian passport from being adopted therefore a dual citizen. This whole thing is a joke if nobody can remove him. And wipe his record and decisions.
I was skeptical for a long time, but with this new evidence (the book bio thing) and with that ridiculous Illustrator mock-up of his "real" long form BC, I'm now of the opinion this story has legs. I've no idea where he was really born, but AT BEST, he is lying and covering something up. Time to vet this son of a bitch.
If there's no problem with Teh Won's birth certificate why has he and the National Socialist Demokrats spent so many millions of dollars hiding it? Same-o same-o with his kolij records. Why so many ijits voted for this feather merchant astounds me. There is simply no there there. Totally unable to connect five coherent words without the TOTUS in front of him. Empty suit. Head full of saiboat fuel, you get the picture.
majority of Americans do not understand that Obama's first term was
dedicated to putting in place executive power to enable him and the
administration to fulfill the campaign promise of "transforming
America" in his second term regardless of which political party
controls Congress. That is why his re-election team is
ignoring the plight of incumbent or prospective Democratic Party office
Read the article. With Obama's
Second Term Transformation Plans, Steve McCann does nothing more
than assemble a Lionel train track by
snapping the rails together. We, all of us, have been aware of
extraordinary powers couched in the language of legislation rammed
through congress-- by a "super majority" Democrat congress. Obamacare,Dodd-Frank,
and how the "Environmental Protection Agency on a near
daily basis issues new regulations clearly out of their
that's left now for Obama is to connect a power supply, and put the
train on the tracks— a second
term. We are this ||
close| to a terror unimaginable to all but those who lived in Nazi
or survived Lenin's Russia. Tell me if you think I'm over
like deadly botulism, must grow in a vacuum"-TRKOF
Dick Morris' new book Screwed sounds interesting. Still, he predicts a landslide Romney win, and I agree. Nobody has ever put a boot in the Halfrican's ass, and we're about to do it in a major league way.
The Komrade Doofus is not, repeat NOT, following the Lincolnesque style of government of, by, and for the people. Rather, he is well into the process of establishing a government-by-edict, and to hell with the people. That is not consistent with our Constitutional form of government as laid out by James Madison and his friends a couple of hundred years ago. The Komrade's government-by-edict is bordering on tyranny. Nothing more. Nothing less.
Remember when The Komrade was first inaugurated three-plus years ago, he said (paraphrasing here) that "The United States is the greatest country on earth. We are going to change that." Those words should have given us at least some small clue as to what he was, and is, about.
If this country reelects this despot-trainee to another term, then our country is lost for a good long time. I for one, will vote for any one of several millions of fence posts in Montana and Wyoming before I will vote for the Komrade.
One more thing: A great book to read that is about a second term President and Vice-President not wanting to give up their offices to successors and what they do to stay in office after the nest election, is "Rubicon" by Lawrence Alexander. It is fiction, but in reading it, I could not help be relate back to the possibility the Obama might just try the same thing. It is a good read - scary in a way - but very good.