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From Declaration Alliance:
Will Election Fraud End the Obama Regime?
Alert: There is no question that doubt exists as to the Constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama for the Office of President, yet efforts to prevent a continuation of dereliction of duty on ensuring Constitutionally qualified candidates in the 2012 general election remains an uphill battle.
State legislatures across the nation are moving to require Presidential candidates provide long form birth certificates, proof of natural born citizenship status and evidence of eligibility when running for the office of President — but both major political parties are dead-set against such
I can’t begin to tell you how disappointed I am that the Supreme Court did not uphold the lower court in his action. I did not read the appeal or the earlier judgment, and only know what I believe to be the moral question: can anyone interfere in the grief of a family at a loved one’s funeral? Had it been one of my family, I would not have appealed to a court of law, I would have been a defendant for assault…or worse. However, the Supreme Court felt obliged to let “free speech” overwhelm common decency…it this case I can only ask what they would have ruled had it been the funeral of one of their loved ones. This is a partial article from CNN:
No question we should take orders from the Afghan government is there? Catch them today, let them go tomorrow so they can kill us. Maybe the policy should be “take no prisoners?”
From the Patriot Update:
More than 500 suspected Taliban fighters detained by U.S. forces have been released from custody at the urging of Afghan government officials, angering both American troops and some Afghans who oppose the policy on the grounds that many of those released return to the battlefield to kill NATO soldiers and Afghan civilians. And those numbers understate the problem, military officials say. They do not include suspected Taliban fighters held in small combat outposts or other forward operating bases throughout the region who are released before they ever become part of the official detainee population. An Afghan official who spoke on condition of anonymity said that President Hamid Karzai’s government has personally sought the release of as many as 700 suspected Taliban fighters since July, including some mid-level leaders.
What is it about watching and taking that’s worth over $150.000 a year? Is it because Obama has been nothing more than a government employee for most his short, short working life that makes he and his ilk think government work is far more important and more valuable than what someone in the private sector does, someone who actually produces something? As I’ve pointed out many times before, public sector job income increased 38% over the last ten years while private sector increased only 10%. What’s wrong with that picture? Now we find that the number of public sector employees making over $150,000 a year has DOUBLED in the short 20 months Obama has graced the White House with his presence. Pardon me while I go puke. Then grab my pitchfork.
Why work, when you can breed to prosperity?
A welfare mama makes a career out of having babies, and gets $17,500 a year for each one. Four kids, $70,000 a year. She spends her time watching the soaps, in her air conditioned living room popping bonbons in her fat mouth, and a few minutes each afternoon or evening trying to get pregnant again. After all, another brat is worth $17,500 a year. And she’s teaching her kids, by example, to do the same. Not bad, if you’re devoid of pride and self-reliance.
Let’s see, the government is only going to spend 3.7 trillion this year, but don’t worry about it, that’s only 7 million…a MINUTE.
This came to me via email and I have no way to verify its validity, or to whom to attribute it to. So here it is, for what it’s worth:
A longtime Washington D. C. insider, and former advisor to the Obama election campaign and transition team, speaks out on an administration in crisis, and a president increasingly withdrawn from the job of President. 2008 gave America an incredibly charismatic candidate for President of the United States. Speech after speech showed a candidate with increasing momentum as primary race after primary race concluded. And then came the nomination, more speeches, culminating in an election night victory. According to the person sitting across from me, those were incredibly exciting times, even for one who had been a participant with three previous presidential hopefuls. Barack Obama appeared to move from one city to the next effortlessly, gaining confidence and motivation with each campaign stop.