NOW BEND OVER AND GRAB YOUR ANKLES....!!! "Clinton's campaign, aware of the inevitable attacks, planned a careful rollout of its health-care proposal,” the Washington Post writes. “Rather than giving a single speech on health care, she gave two addresses earlier this year on improving health-care quality and reducing costs. ...
If al-Qaeda, the Taliban and the rest of the Looney Tunes brigade want to kick America to death, they had better move in quickly and grab a piece of the action before Barack Obama finishes the job himself. Never in the history of the United States has a president worked so actively against the interests of his own people - not even Jimmy Carter
The hopes and prayers of the American people have finally been answered with the election of a new president: A fraud they can believe in.
Yes, and even as Barack Obama demonstrates he is a fraud, phony and hypocrite par excellence — who also happens to be in way over his head
Like the president, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi does not have to go through a background investigation in order to get a security clearance. This loophole in the law enables the president and members of Congress to automatically qualify for security clearances, even if they have controversial backgrounds and associations, by virtue of the fact that they get elected to high office in Washington, D.C. ../.
In light of the now almost daily bombardment of the US Constitution by the sitting US Commander in Chief, the question ‘is our Constitution still the law of the land?’ is increasingly being asked by We-the-People. The problem of Barack Hussein Obama seeming not to be a natural-born citizen is still an extremely salient issue—an issue that has led Obama to hire a team of lawyers to keep all information on his actual country of birth and all of his college records hidden. The latest estimate on the fees charged to do so is over $1Million.
ABCNEWS anchor Charlie Gibson will deliver WORLD NEWS from the Blue Room of the White House.The network plans a primetime special -- 'Prescription for America' -- originating from the East Room, exclude opposing voices on the debate.
President Barack Obama appears to be siding with former President George W. Bush again. This time, he's calling on a federal judge to prevent the disclosure of Secret Service logs which detail visitors' treks to the White House.
The fact remains that this public move to healthcare by Obama seems nothing less than a ruse to get us off the scent of the bailout. To get us to stop scrutinizing the complete lack of enforcement, investigation, reform or action...
The fact that two of the highest-ranking government officials can conspire to violate both securities laws and private property rights is abhorrent to everything America supposedly stands for. If they get away with it, which I believe they will, the precedent and the message will be chilling.
The British Government responded with ill-disguised fury to the news
that 4 Chinese Uighurs freed from Guantanamo Bay had been flown for
resettlement on Bermuda.
The Government of Bermuda failed to consult with the
Foreign and Commonwealth Office on the decision to take in the Uighurs –
whose return is demanded by Beijing – and it could now be forced to send
them back to Cuba or risk a grave diplomatic crisis.
Obama’s appointment of “tsars” to handle various policy issues (at
his behest, under his direction, and subject to his personal veto, of
course — but unlikely to be contested at all, let alone successfully,
at the “democratic” level) isn’t the problem. Rather it is just one of
the predictable final symptoms of a degenerative disease hard-coded
into the DNA of rule by the state.
Revolution in favor of another form of state may temporarily
mitigate that symptom, but only revolution in favor of the stateless
society has the potential to cure the disease.
Barack Obama tapped 4 big Democratic Party donors for
plum ambassadorships in Europe and Latin America while naming 6 career diplomats to posts in Africa, the Mideast and the Pacific.
Washington lawyer Howard Gutman, who raised more than $500,000 for
Obama's campaign and personally contributed the maximum $4,600 to it,
was nominated to be the next U.S. envoy to Belgium, the White House
said in a statement.
The Obama administration appears increasingly devoted to covering up the worst crimes of the Bush era. On Monday, CIA chief Leon Panetta formally objected to federal judge Alvin Hellerstein, who was considering releasing detailed information on 92 videotaped CIA torture sessions of detainees.
Sen. Grassley had written Obama a letter
pointing to a law requiring that Congress be given the reasons an
inspector general is fired. The
requirement is designed to ensure that inspectors general are not
removed for political reasons.
America has expanded its corporate safety net in unprecedented ways, from commercial banks to investment banks, then to insurance, and now to cars, with no end in sight. In truth, this is not socialism, but an extension of long-standing corporate welfarism.
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President Barack Obama plans to fire the inspector general who investigates AmeriCorps and other national service programs amid a controversy between the IG and Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, who is an Obama supporter and former Phx. Suns NBA basketball star.
IG, Gerald Walpin, was criticized by the U.S. attorney in Sacramento
for the way he handled an investigation of Johnson and his nonprofit
group, which received hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal grants from the Corporation for National Community Service. The corporation runs the AmeriCorps program.
On Thursday, Obama said in a letter to Congress that he had lost confidence in Walpin. Neither the president nor deputy White House press secretary Josh Earnest would give details.
Since I drive a General Motors
product, I have more than a passing interest in Brian Deese. He's the 31-year-old kid who has been put in charge of dismantling GM.
Considering that the GM bailout cost you and me $450,000 per day, this is heady
The Obama administration named a "compensation czar" yesterday to set
salaries and bonuses at some of the biggest firms at the heart of the
economic crisis, as part of a broader government campaign to reshape
pay practices across corporate America
Obama delivered a speech yesterday at Cairo University that has already
been noted around the world as unique for its candor. It has been
translated into thirteen languages and stirred emotions throughout the
Middle East. There were a number of issues that he raised that we do
not hear about very often from politicians in Washington, let alone the
President himself. Unfortunately, his policies are all too typical of
He buttered up the audience with praise of Muslims' contributions to
civilization before he went straight into Afghanistan. “We did not go
by choice, we went because of necessity. . . . Make no mistake: We do
not want to keep our troops in Afghanistan.” Perhaps there was a
necessity to pursue some legitimate target after 9/11, which he
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“I don’t know anything about cars,” Whitacre, 67, said yesterday in an interview after his appointment. “A business is a business, and I think I can learn about cars. I’m not that old, and I think the business principles are the same.”
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