Obama Safe School Czar’s Hero was a lifelong Communist and NAMBLA Supporter

Obama’s Safe School Czar Kevin Jennings attacking US schools for ‘promoting’ heterosexuality:

Why??? Why, does Obama keep coming up with Czars who are either self-described Communists or, in the case of the anti-heterosexual Safe School CZAR Kevin Jennings, seeks mentors and heros who are lifelong Communist Activists?

The relationship between Obama’s Safe School CZAR Kevin Jennings and a primary pivotal and influential figure in his life, Professor Harry Hay, has now been well established by Jenning’s own words.

Who is Harry Hay, really?

harry hay communist

A quote from The New York Times

Harry Hay, 90, Early Proponent of Gay Rights, Is Dead

excerpt

…described by his biographer, Stuart Timmons, in “The Trouble With Harry Hay: Founder of the Modern Gay Movement” (Alyson Publications, 1990). He was an ardent American Communist, a romantic homosexual, an amateur musician and aspiring actor, a disaffected Roman Catholic, a sometime labor organizer and a man of secretive nature.

harry hay nambla bulletin cover

That Safe School CZAR Jennings, in the capacity of a public school teacher, responded to a plea for help and guidance from a minor boy reporting sexually molestation by an adult male, by advising the minor boy to use a condom and additionally went against school policy and common sense community norms and did not report the incident to school authorities, is a travesty which cannot be disregarded by parents or school children or the President of the United States for whom Jennings now work. Though the boy was 16, Jennings has stated he believed the boy to be 15 at the time.

It leads one to believe this Safe School CZAR thinks it is just fine for Men and Boys to have sex so long as it is Safe Sex… use a condom. Heterosexual boys are victimized every day by sexual predators… and Jennings advises using a condom? Keep him away from my children’s school.

That Jennings publicly stated he looks up to Harry Hay as his mentor, a man who lived and died as a Communist Activist and… the Founding American Homosexual Community Organizer and a long time public supporter of  NAMBLA, is a matter of public record and spoken from Jennings own lips to a gathering of people in a public place to hear him speak.

Why does the link between Communism and Community Organizers keep Popping Up?

Answer: Communist Activists use Community Organizing as a primary tool to Fundamentally Transform a Nation… in our case, to Fundamentally Transform America.

And now… a few words from a well known lifelong Community Organizer…

The President of the United States of America:

Why is it that Kevin Jennings
is being protected by the Fringe Media?

Don’t they have children?
Or, care about your children?
Or, is it all a political game to them?

_____________________________________________________

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122 Responses to Obama Safe School Czar’s Hero was a lifelong Communist and NAMBLA Supporter

  1. VotingFemale says:

    Think Valarie Jarrett had a hand in hiring Kevin Jennings? or was it Obama’s idea.

    I keep thinking about Obama’s description of visiting his mentor, Communist Frank Marshal Davis, so Frank could read poetry to little Barack… alone …in Frank’s apartment …together …often.

  2. Kynikos says:

    I think I scared some people off LOL…. Bad Kinky

  3. Foxwood says:

    Frank would ask young Barack to sit in his lap and talk about anything that popped up…

  4. VotingFemale says:

    yeah, foxwood, I would never let a son of mine go spend time with a communist poetry reader to young boys alone in his apartment…

    BLACH!!

  5. tellitlikeitis says:

  6. VotingFemale says:

    I saw that vid on O’reilly and he said it was a private school…

    CNN is a damn whore…

  7. VotingFemale says:

    I just imagine the bill CNN will send to Obutthole for “services” rendered.

  8. samiam60 says:

    My O My now we are singing Health Care Obama Praises in the schools and Obama appoints a Queer to be our School Czar. What next? Barney Frank gonna take over the Barney Show?

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  10. samiam60 says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/10/08/pelosi-republicans-im-place-house-speaker/?test=latestnews

    Pelosi to Republicans: ‘I’m in My Place’ as House Speaker
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was taking issue with a National Republican Congressional Committee press release that accused her of backing down to liberals in her caucus who oppose Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal’s recommendation for an escalation of troops in Afghanistan.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi cast House Republicans as behind the times, or worse, after they suggested that the top American commander in Afghanistan should “put her in her place.”

    “They really don’t understand how inappropriate that is,” the California Democrat said of the phrasing, contained in a news release this week from the National Republican Congressional Committee.

    “I’m in my place. I’m the Speaker of the House, the first woman Speaker of the House. And I’m in my place because the House of Representatives voted me there,” she added. “But that language is something I haven’t even heard in decades.”

    She was taking issue with a National Republican Congressional Committee press release that accused her of backing down to liberals in her caucus who oppose Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal’s recommendation for an escalation of troops in Afghanistan.

    Pelosi had been quoted as saying that voting for an escalation was a difficult choice for members of her caucus whose constituents oppose such action.

    “If Nancy Pelosi’s failed economic policies are any indicator of the effect she may have on Afghanistan, taxpayers can only hope McChrystal is able to put her in her place,” the release said.

    McChrystal’s recommended approach calls for as many as 40,000 additional troops in Afghanistan for a counterinsurgency campaign to defeat the Taliban, build up the central government and deny al-Qaida a haven.

    Many Democrats, aware of rising anti-war sentiment in their ranks and the war protests that have dotted Washington this week, oppose such a surge.

    According to a new Associated Press-GfK poll, public support for the war has dropped to 40 percent from 44 percent in July.

  11. tellitlikeitis says:

    Whodunit?: Sneak attack on U.S. dollar

    It’s the biggest mystery in global finance right now: Who conducted a sneak attack on the U.S. dollar this week?

    It began with a thinly sourced but highly explosive report Monday in a British newspaper: Arab oil sheiks are conspiring with the Russians and Chinese to quit using the dollar to set the value of oil trades — a direct threat to the global supremacy of the greenback.

    Is it true? Everyone from the head of the Saudi central bank to U.S. officials scrambled to undercut the story, but no matter.

    With the U.S. economy on the ropes and America by far the world’s biggest debtor, investors aren’t feeling as secure about the dollar as they used to. And the notion of second-tier economies ganging up on Uncle Sam didn’t sound so far-fetched.

    For American officials, the possibility of the dollar losing its long-term dominance in global commerce is a nightmare scenario because it would likely mean sharply higher interest rates at home and a declining ability to finance the U.S. debt. No one believes it could really happen right now, but stories like the British report this week make it seem incrementally more likely.

    So the piece by Robert Fisk of the Independent shocked currency traders around the world and almost instantly sent the value of the U.S. dollar spiraling downward and the price of gold skyrocketing to an all-time high, as a hedge against a weakened dollar.

    The website drudgereport.com quickly amplified the impact of the story with a headline atop the site: ARAB STATES LAUNCH SECRET MOVES WITH CHINA, RUSSIA, FRANCE TO STOP USING DOLLAR FOR OIL TRADING …

    “You read that story, and you do two things: You sell the hell out of dollars and you buy gold,” said Les Alperstein, president of the financial research firm Washington Analysis. “The story has a lot of credibility, with some caveats.”

    So who wanted dollars diving and gold rising? In other words, who is Fisk’s source, and why did he or she want to tank the dollar? It’s the global currency version of the old Washington parlor game of speculating on the real identity of Deep Throat.

    No one knows.

    But one thing is for certain: With the price of gold jumping to $1,048.20 per ounce, traders who moved early enough stood to make millions.

    So in government circles in Washington, speculation immediately centered on gold traders: With the skyrocketing price of gold, they’d be the biggest beneficiaries of the article.

    Fisk’s story itself isn’t much help in solving the mystery — it is sourced vaguely to “Gulf Arab and Chinese banking sources in Hong Kong,” and it included one blind quote, attributed to “a prominent Hong Kong broker.” That doesn’t narrow down the pool very much.

    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1009/28091.html

  12. samiam60 says:

    In President Reagan’s 1988 Farewell speech to America he warns us to protect our schools. You must watch this.

  13. samiam60 says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/10/08/obama-war-council-focuses-al-qaeda/

    Official: Obama to Send Enough Troops to Keep Al Qaeda at Bay
    The official also added that President Obama is prepared to accept some Taliban involvement in Afghanistan’s political future, reiterating what the president said in March.

  14. samiam60 says:

    WASHINGTON — President Obama is inclined to send only as many more U.S. troops to Afghanistan as are needed to keep Al Qaeda at bay, a senior administration official said.

    The official also added that the president is prepared to accept some Taliban involvement in Afghanistan’s political future, reiterating what Obama said in March.

    The assessment comes from an official who has been involved in the president’s discussions with his war council about Afghanistan strategy.

    Aides say the president’s final decision on Afghanistan strategy and troop levels is still at least two weeks away, but the emerging thinking suggests he would be unlikely to favor a large military ramp-up of the kind being advocated by his top commander in Afghanistan.

    Recognizing the U.S. can neither win in Afghanistan nor succeed more broadly against Al Qaeda without Pakistan’s cooperation, Obama’s war council is weighing a new role for Pakistan in the 8-year-old struggle in the region.

    Obama’s national security team marked the war’s eighth anniversary on Wednesday with a three-hour session in a secure room in the White House basement. The focus on Pakistan, the suspected hiding place of Usama bin Laden and other Al Qaeda terrorists as well as Taliban leaders, could provide a hint into the president’s leanings.

    Members of the president’s national security team argued that the Taliban in Afghanistan do not pose a direct threat to the U.S., officials told The New York Times. It was unclear if everyone in the war council accepted the premise.

    Obama and some of his key aides are increasingly pointing to recent successes against Al Qaeda through targeted missile strikes and raids in Pakistan but also in Somalia and elsewhere. Obama said Tuesday that Al Qaeda has “lost operational capacity” as a result.

    Vice President Biden has argued against increasing the number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, saying Pakistan poses the greater threat, but Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have both warned that the Taliban and Al Qaeda remain connected. If the Taliban were to regain control of large parts of Afghanistan, the country could serve as a sanctuary for Al Qaeda fighters, the have advisors said.

    A State Department spokesman said Thursday that Clinton believes the Taliban and Al Qaeda are both a threat and the U.S. is fighting the whole idea of killing in the name of religious extremism.

    In Pakistan, though, the government has shown new willingness to battle extremists, with most believed to be operating from the largely ungoverned terrain along the border with Afghanistan. But these operations, as well as the strikes by unmanned U.S. aircraft, continue to stoke controversy throughout the country, causing problems for the already weak U.S.-backed civilian government.

    Obama planned sessions Thursday with Biden and Clinton in the Oval Office to continue the intense discussion about the increasingly unpopular war in Afghanistan. The White House scheduled another, larger war council session — a fifth of five announced — for Friday, when the focus may finally shift to just how many additional troops would be needed to execute Obama’s vision for a war he inherited but now must execute.

    The White House revealed that Obama has in hand — and has for nearly a week — the troop request prepared by the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, Gen. Stanley McChrystal. It is said to include a range of options, from adding as few as 10,000 combat troops to — McChrystal’s strong preference — as many as 40,000.

    White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Obama asked for McChrystal’s request last week before he flew to Copenhagen to lobby for Chicago’s bid to host the Olympics and meet with the general on the sidelines. The numbers could become the focus of concentrated White House attention as soon as Friday, Gibbs said.

    While Gibbs had said previously that Obama didn’t want to see the request until he had determined the strategy, aides said the president decided it had simply become absurd to wait to read it given the high-profile debate.

    McChrystal’s recommended approach calls for additional troops in Afghanistan for a counterinsurgency campaign to defeat the Taliban, build up the central government and deny Al Qaeda a haven. McChrystal, whose plan is somewhat reminiscent of President George W. Bush’s Iraq troop surge in 2008, says extra troops — preferably at the higher end of his option range — are crucial to turn around a war that will probably be won or lost over the next 12 months.

    On roughly the opposite end of the spectrum, an alternative favored most prominently by Biden would keep the American force in Afghanistan around the 68,000 already authorized, including the 21,000 extra troops Obama ordered earlier this year, but increase the use of surgical strikes with unmanned Predator drones and special forces.

    Shrinking the number of troops in Afghanistan and turning the effort into a narrow counterterror campaign is not on the table, officials say, and neither is drastically ballooning the footprint.

    In weighing whether to follow McChrystal or Biden or land somewhere in between, Obama faces a stern test and difficult politics.

    Many lawmakers from his own Democratic Party, aware of rising anti-war sentiment in their ranks and the war protests that have dotted Washington this week, do not want to see additional U.S. troops sent to Afghanistan. According to a new Associated Press-GfK poll, public support for the war has dropped to 40 percent from 44 percent in July.

    Republicans, meanwhile, are urging Obama to heed the military commanders’ calls soon or risk failure.

    With this and Americans’ dwindling patience in mind, Obama is engaged in a methodical review of how to overhaul the war.

  15. LisaInTX says:

    “Who most resembles “Nazis”?
    This is worth printing and saving folks!!!

    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.printable&pageId=107095

  16. arlenearmy says:

    I watched Hannity last night & heard the disgusting things that the old homosexual suggested to be done to 18 month old boy babies. What the hell is going to be done to stop these behaviors.

  17. arlenearmy says:

    Unfortunately, sexual promiscuity involving children seems to the fashion nowadays.

    The answer to the question as to why Jennings’ getting a pass by the media, is that the commentators & reporters have loose morals. Look at Letterman & Whoopi.

    Barney Frank who is openly gay is defending Jennings. But at least we all know where Barney is coming from.

    The question is why has Obama not fired Jennings? The answer is very simple. Obama (thru his silence) is defending Jennings. Why? Because Obama is probably gay himself.

  18. tellitlikeitis says:

    Criminals may have been hired for census
    By Eric Zimmermann – 10/08/09 12:12 PM ET

    Errors by Census Bureau employees may have resulted in 200 people with criminal records being hired to conduct door-to-door canvassing.

    The Census Bureau typically takes fingerprints and performs background checks on workers hired to interact with the public. But a report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that tens of thousands of workers were improperly fingerprinted by bureau employees.

    The GAO fears that the name-checks performed on those employees were not sufficient without fingerprints.

    “It is possible that more than 200 people with unclassifiable prints had disqualifying criminal records but still worked and had contact with the public during address canvassing,” Robert Goldenkoff of the GAO said in a report to a Senate subcommittee on Wednesday.

    Goldenkoff cited the “adequacy of the bureau’s training” as a reason for the improper fingerprints.

    He said the bureau “will refine instruction manuals and provide remediation training on proper procedures” to prevent the problem from recurring.

    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/62237-criminals-have-been-hired-for-census-work#

  19. tellitlikeitis says:

    Arlene said, Because Obama is probably gay himself. If that’s true that would mean that Michelle is a transvestite. She looks a litle masculine to me anyway. But where did the kids come from? I can see Obama taking a walk on the wild side. I wonder if he looks for glory holes in gay bathrooms. This line of thinking opens up a whole lot of new questions. lol

  20. LisaInTX says:

    Thought I would share this insightful messege from Whistleblower magazine…..

    “The name of the socialist game is “Intimidation.” Consider what happens when government constantly upsets citizens by bombarding them with rapid-fire crises and “solutions’ that just make the problems worse: Some people become so overwhelmed, they just give in and stop fighting so as to relieve the pressure. Others try to fight back, but become so frustrated that their efforts are misdirected and ineffective, and before long they burn out. A very few, in their rage, might become so unhinged they resort to violence, like Timothy McVeigh, who decided that blowing up a government building in Oklahoma City in 1995 was an acceptable way to fight back against a corrupt government. In reality, he succeeded only in murdering 168 of his countrymen, including a daycare center full of toddlers.
    Leftist leaders then capitalize handsomely on such ‘right-wing terrorism’ as justification for their attempts to demonize and suppress conservative groups and voices across the board.
    That is why those who are addicted to power are intent on keeping us off balance. DON’T FALL FOR IT!!
    There’s a WORLD of difference between RIGHTEOUS INDIGNATION and seething hatred!
    One is based on a strong sense of justice, the other is self-destructive, out-of-control rage. If we can rise above the temptation to hate, we are left with a truly righteous passion to right the wrongs in our beloved country. Then, whatever we do to reclaim our America–whether we march in huge numbers on the nation’s capital and elsewhere; recall or impeach activist judges; take over local government starting at the precinct level; run for Congress; encourage state legislators to DEFY the federal government when it usurps the STATES constitutional TENTH Amendment powers; take our children out of government schools; or participate in peaceful civil disobedience—OUR EFFORTS WILL BE BLESSED!!” —David Kupelian

  21. samiam60 says:

    TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THIS:

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,562600,00.html

    Mystery ‘Police’ Force Has Small Montana City on Edge

    When two brand new, shiny black Mercedes SUVs bearing a “Hardin Police Department” logo drove through the main thoroughfare of Hardin, Mont., last week, people took notice.

    “How many police forces have Mercedes?” said Charlene Warren, a local business owner who has lived in Hardin for more than half a century. “That threw up a red flag.”

    And speaking of flags, it did not go unnoticed that the emblem on the sides of the SUVs bore a strong resemblance to the Serbian national flag.

    Furthermore, those “police department” cars were rolling through Hardin, a small southeastern Montana town of 3,600 that just happens not to have a police department.

    Click here for a video.

    The luxury vehicles that rolled through town belonged to the American Police Force (APF), a California-based security firm that is drafting a contract that will give it control over a $27 million medium-security prison that was built in Hardin more than two years ago, but has never held any prisoners.

    But that contract is now on hold as the Montana State Attorney General’s Office investigates APF and the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department enters preliminary talks about incorporating a real police department in Hardin so a similar episode doesn’t occur in the future.

    At first, Hardin residents were pleased that APF was planning to turn their empty prison into a training facility. Hardin has a double-digit unemployment rate and is desperate for revitalization, and the area was left high and dry last spring when the federal government decided not to use the facility to harbor Guantanamo Bay detainees. Opening the prison would mean jobs.

    But since the SUV incident, APF’s reputability is under scrutiny.

    “We have covered this story for years now, and for the last month, it’s been one twist and turn from the other” Nick Lough, a reporter at KULR-8 in Billings, Mont., told FOXNews.com.

    The latest twist: The owner of APF, Michael Hilton, is a convicted felon, including two convictions in grand theft cases, and an alleged con-artist who, according to some sources, utilizes more than 20 aliases.

    “That is big controversy, is the unknown,” said Warren. “There are too many lies.”

    Michael Cohen, a former Secret Service agent named as the would-be operator of the prison, served 14 months in prison for stealing $2,800 from the agency after his conviction in 2004. Cohen told the Associated Press he spoke with Hilton about the position but was not offered the job.

    Hardin’s Two Rivers Authority Board — an economic development agency — was contacted by APF about a month ago to draft a contract that would hand over control of the prison. But now the board’s Web site prominently displays the following words:

    We welcome anyone to visit our town!

    There are no commandos in the streets.

    There is no fence or gate being built around Hardin. People are free to come and go as they please. APF is not running our town or our police force.

    Residents and concerned citizens now are voicing their opinions on street corners, at town hall meetings and in the blogosphere. They are demanding to know who APF’s parent company is, what the company plans to do in their town and, finally, what on earth those two Mercedes were doing roaming their streets.

    Bob van der Kalk, contributing writer for the Terry Tribune and editor of the travel website Montanawithkids.com, doesn’t think the people of Hardin will let the APF get the contract to run the prison.

    “I think the people found out that what occurred was an under-the-table deal that shouldn’t have happened,” he told FOXNews.com. He said he hopes the facility will be turned into a high school to combat school overpopulation in the community.

    FOXNews.com contacted Hilton’s office at APF, but he declined to comment. The company’s public relations director, Becky Shay, formerly a reporter for the Billings Gazette, also refused to comment. According to one report, Shay fears for her own safety and recently hired her own security team. Residents, bloggers and the media are said to be filling her inbox with their grievances, and there are reports that she has received death threats.

    “They just can’t give us any answers,” Warren told FOXNews.com. “People are afraid. This is a good little town, we got a nice people here, and I wouldn’t want to see some dishonest person, like this American Police Force, do any harm to our town.”

    “They found us real vulnerable right now,” Hardin says, “and they are just taking advantage of a good thing.”

  22. VotingFemale says:

    I suspect little Barack was “broken in” By Frank Marshal Davis at a young age. And there is smoke suggesting Obama has indulged in homosexual activites as an adult.

    arlenearmy says

    Unfortunately, sexual promiscuity involving children seems to the fashion nowadays.

    The answer to the question as to why Jennings’ getting a pass by the media, is that the commentators & reporters have loose morals. Look at Letterman & Whoopi.

    Barney Frank who is openly gay is defending Jennings. But at least we all know where Barney is coming from.

    The question is why has Obama not fired Jennings? The answer is very simple. Obama (thru his silence) is defending Jennings. Why? Because Obama is probably gay himself.

  23. arlenearmy says:

    Tellit said:

    “But where did the kids come from? I can see Obama taking a walk on the wild side.”

    ———————–

    My answer is: Look at the person in the video. I will explain further when Glen Beck is off.
    Take a good look at him. Then look at the chillins.

  24. VotingFemale says:

    I have been following that story for a while.
    It is a con man (an ex-con) pretending to have a MERC force. In fact he has been doing a lot of pretending. It’s all BS.

    His ass is under full investigation by the authorities and the cover has been blown clean off this scam.

    samiam60 says
    TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THIS:

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,562600,00.html

  25. samhenry says:

    Glad I got here in time to see everyone and to get the VF link.

    Just so you all know my brilliance in analysis in the earlin morning hours I was ahead of the news about troop morale. Here’s what I said on FRIENDS:

    This is hardly the crisis management that is needed now. This will be the wake up call for our troops in the field. Trained and conditioned to expect commanders who are decisive, this will contribute mightily to a diminished morale and impact their will to fight on under a Commander-in-Chief who cannot effectively deal with emergencies.

  26. Foxwood says:

    “And there is smoke suggesting Obama has indulged in homosexual activites as an adult.”

    OWCH! That’s got to hurt!

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  28. samhenry says:

    Hey, it’s always more interesting in France. The Minister of Culture who defended Polanski had written a book about child homosexual sex tourism:

    PARIS (AP) – France’s culture minister is struggling to keep his job amid an uproar about a 2005 book in which he details Bangkok’s brothels and the pleasure and freedom of paying “boys” for sex.

    Frederic Mitterrand’s candid tale came back to haunt him after he jumped to the defense of filmmaker Roman Polanski, currently in a Swiss prison on U.S. charges relating to his sexual liaison with a 13-year-old girl when he was 43.

    Mitterrand—nephew of late President Francois Mitterrand—is to appear on national television Thursday night amid a threatened police complaint and calls from both left and right for his resignation.

    The affair is awkward for France and especially French President Nicolas Sarkozy, whose embrace of non-conservatives such as Mitterrand has upset his ruling UMP party. Mitterrand’s critics say it’s about child sex tourism, which France’s government is campaigning against. But it also involves a politician’s sex life, which many French consider private business, and a public figure’s recognition of his homosexuality.

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  30. LisaInTX says:

    We just learned that the Senate Finance Committee will vote
    on its sketchy version of ObamaCare on Tuesday.

    It’s all part of the Reid/Pelosi/Obama plan to ram through
    a final healthcare bill that was written behind closed doors
    with little or no public debate.

    But the key first step is getting ObamaCare passed through
    the Finance Committee on Tuesday. If Chairman Baucus fails
    on Tuesday, it would be a serious blow to the Democrats’
    stealth plan. Here’s why…

    + + The Stealth Plan to pass ObamaCare

    Right now, Baucus is trying to use the Congressional Budget
    Office report on his bill to get enough Senators on board
    for passage on Tuesday.

    This is key because once two committees pass a bill, Harry
    Reid can use his procedural power to merge the bills and
    move his revised version (the one Obama and the Democrats
    really want) directly to the Senate floor.

    Heritage Foundation is reporting that Reid will replace the
    text of an existing unrelated bill with his version of
    ObamaCare and force a floor vote. Since his version will
    be crafted behind closed doors, the public will have
    little or no time to review before a Senate floor vote!

    Then, Nancy Pelosi would take the same bill back to the House,
    pass it quickly and send it to Obama. With blitzkrieg speed
    we will have ObamaCare passed and signed into law!

    But there’s one catch…

    The Left must get the bill through the Finance Committee on Tuesday.

    + +Action Item #1 – Fax your Senators and the Committee Now!

    We literally need to shut down the Senate between now and
    Tuesday with faxes, phone calls, emails… everything we can
    muster!
    Finance Committee numbers:

    Sen. Baucus (Chair): 202-224-2651

    Finance Committee: 202-224-4515

    More committee members and senators:
    http://www.grassfire.org/1122/targets.htm?CID=122&RID=19248235

  31. LisaInTX says:

    Off to fix dinner for my honeybun……bbl

  32. Foxwood says:

    Lisa, I called Mary Landreau (my local Democrat Senator) and told her I knew the plot and what bill it was on, and I was telling family, friends, and everyone on the internet I knew of this dirty trick.

    But I will make calls to Baucus and the Committee also. We need to tell everyone we talk to about this.

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  34. samhenry says:

    The New York State Obama’s Organizing for America sent me this:

    Following the President’s health reform address to Congress, OFA volunteers stepped up and generated a huge outpouring of grassroots support, including hundreds of thousands of signatures and calls. Now we need to keep building momentum, spreading the facts about the President’s plan and bringing new voices into this debate.

    So we’ve organized health reform canvasses, phone banks, and other events in New York this week to build and demonstrate support for reform — can we count on you to join us?

    Please find an event near you and RSVP today.

    No prior experience is necessary. Organizing for America volunteers will be on hand to provide all the materials and guidance you’ll need to be successful.

    Passing health reform won’t be easy — they’ve been talking about it in Washington for almost a century. But we know that when ordinary people who believe in change reach out, spread the facts, and help folks from all walks of life make their voices heard, we can make history.

    Click below to RSVP for an event near you:

    http://ny.barackobama.com/HCEventsNY

    Thanks for making it happen,

    Melissa

    Melissa DeRosa
    New York State Director
    Organizing for America

  35. samiam60 says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/10/08/war-deliberations-taliban-advantage-afghanistan/

    War Deliberations in D.C. May Give Taliban Advantage in Afghanistan, Critics Say
    The U.S. has the distinct fighting advantage in this war — more firepower, superior weapons and a larger fighting force — but critics say the ongoing deliberations in Washington are putting American troops at a distinct disadvantage — and in harm’s way.

    As President Obama and his war council search for the most effective military and political strategy in Afghanistan, some are questioning whether the lengthy process is playing right into the hands of the Taliban.

    The U.S. has the distinct fighting advantage in this war — more firepower, superior weapons and a larger fighting force — but critics say the ongoing deliberations in Washington are putting American troops at a distinct disadvantage — and in harm’s way.

    “When [the Taliban] see us acting in an unsure manner, they’re able to go out to all the villages and different people and say America is going to pull out,” Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., told FOXNews.com, adding that Taliban forces will use that argument to gain support.

    “Counterinsurgency policy means we go in and get the Afghan people on our side. Make friends,” said Duncan, a Marine who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. “The opposite of that is nobody wants to be our friend.”

    Obama is currently weighing whether sending more troops to Afghanistan, as requested by the top U.S. commander there, is the right strategy to win the war — and whether it is worth the number of American lives that may be lost.

    The president’s war council appears to be divided. Some support Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s request for up to 40,000 more troops on the ground, while others favor scaling back the effort and focusing on attacking Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    There are also political considerations for Obama: many of his fellow Democrats oppose an escalation while Republicans, who are largely opposed to his domestic agenda, largely support a troop buildup.

    The Taliban, on the other hand, have no such domestic considerations. Bent on regaining control of Afghanistan by any means necessary, they do not have to face the same issues or political ramifications of their decisions.

    It reminds some analysts of North Vietnam 40 years ago.

    “That hits the nail right on the head,” said Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, a former Army intelligence officer who served under McChrystal and is now a reservist with the Center of Advanced Defense Studies. “We’re dealing with an enemy that doesn’t have to worry about oversight.”

    “The current policy is not going to win us the war,” Shaffer said. “The best we can hope for is to somewhat stop the bleeding. We’re suffering from five years of neglect.”

    The war Afghanistan got off to a good start in 2001. U.S.-led coalition forces quickly ousted the Taliban from power. But when the U.S. shifted its focus and most of its resources to Iran, the Taliban were able to regain strength, and now they are close to reclaiming power.

    In their resurgence, the Taliban have struck fear in the hearts of Afghans. In August, having vowed to disrupt elections, they cut off the fingers of some people who voted.

    But their ruthlessness is not necessarily an advantage, Shaffer said.

    “If you’re talking about savagery, they have that over us in spades — because we’re a good moral people and we don’t want to break laws,” he told FOXNews.com, adding that establishing law in the country is key to the American mission.

    The dilemma facing the White House isn’t new. Ever since Vietnam, administrations have struggled with Americans’ low tolerance for casualties. Nearly half a century ago, the Viet Cong and North Vietnam didn’t appear burdened by the same considerations, leading the U.S. into a quagmire that lasted 16 years. Now, eight years into the Afghan war, Obama must decide whether sending more troops is the right way to end it.

    While some say the delay in action helps the Taliban, others are not as worried.

    “We hold ourselves to a higher standard. It’s a burden we’re happy to bear,” said Brad Goehner, spokesman for Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the top Republican on the House Foreign Relations Committee.

    “As we look at the different objectives that each side has, the Taliban is to wreak havoc, ours is to work with the Afghan government, help them create a stable, democratic future,” he said. “I don’t view that as burden. I view that as the objective of the mission. It’s important to note, it’s not just the objective of the U.S. but also the Afghan people.”

    While there are similarities between the Taliban and the Viet Cong, there are also differences, Shaffer said.

    “The Taliban are not well liked by the Afghan people, and that’s why we did so well early in the war,” he said. “The Taliban were oppressors.”

    Shaffer supports McChrystal’s troop request, saying the U.S. needs to make the Afghan population feel secure, and he compared the significance of the war to World War II.

    “And so do we need to focus on bringing stability? Yes. Do we have to bring democracy? No.”

  36. LisaInTX says:

    ATTENTION!! Animal Lovers and Owners!!!

    Imagine that overnight a new state law goes into effect declaring that from now on you do not own your animals but rather you are their “guardian.” Does this sound farfetched? Some local communities have already made this change The first legal step on this road has been the addition of “owner-guardian” language to local ordinances, then changing the wording to “guardian” only. One state now has “owner-guardian” as a part of its law, and various federal agencies are using the word “guardian” in conjunction with “owner” whenever the latter appears in their regulations.

    Animal guardianship advocates suggest that referring to the human-animal relationship as one of guardianship rather than ownership will lead to better animal care. There is little basis for this assertion; an abusive animal owner would likely be an abusive animal “guardian.”

    While local ordinances to date have generally applied only to dogs, cats, and other companion animals, a next step would be to expand such laws to include all domestic animals. With the groundwork in place, guardianship advocates could then move to the state level.

    “Ownership” and “guardianship” are two distinct legal terms. The first is an expression and protection of the property owner’s legal rights, while the second imposes numerous legal duties and obligations on the guardian. Today as an animal owner, you can decide the animals’ care and future as long as you are not abusive, cruel, or neglectful: what to feed or where to house them; which animals to breed them with; what veterinary care to provide; whether to sell them, put them down, or include them in your Will.

    If the law changes and you no longer own your horses but instead become their “guardian,” you will always have to act in the horses’ best interest. As you can well imagine, there will be many times when your horses’ best interests are not yours: euthanizing a horse to avoid a substantial veterinary bill could be prohibited, as could using horses in endeavors like racing and showing. A guardian would be unable to sell horses, as they are no longer property.

    If you no longer own your horses, property insurance policies might not cover the loss of your horses or injury to them. Expenses, write-offs, and other deductions under federal and state tax laws, which are predicated upon horses being property and assets belonging to their owners, might no longer be available.

    A successor-guardian could be appointed to sue you on behalf of your horses for not having taken care of them properly, for their injuries, and even for their deaths. The list of legal repercussions that could befall horse owners should the law be changed from ownership to “guardianship” is extensive, and it behooves the horse industry to remain vigilant about pending legislation.–Gregory M. Dennis, JD, 913/498-1700, gdennis@ktplaw.com, Kent T. Perry & Co. L.C., Overland Park, Kansas

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  38. LisaInTX says:

    Happening in CA right now!! I would NEVER have guessed that one!! LMAO….what a bunch of CLUELESS bleeding heart FREAKS!!!
    Sustain will be proud of them I’m sure!!

    http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20090217/ARTICLES/902170210?Title=Opponents-assail-Ukiah-s-pet-guardian-language

  39. LisaInTX says:

    Dog owners are FORCED by city ordinance to neuter and spay their dogs….WOW!!!
    This is about Pitt Bulls—I’m not fond of them either but HELL—this is STILL America right???
    http://www.chako.org/manteca.pdf

  40. LisaInTX says:

    A good site that has some good info about what state is proposing what and the bills that the whack job Fascists are trying to push thru legislation.

    http://rdows.wordpress.com/category/property-rights/page/2/

  41. LisaInTX says:

    Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has exasperated the world with incensed condemnations of Israel and his insistence that the Holocaust is a hoax, but could there be another reason behind his seeming hatred for the Jews?

    According to a London Telegraph report, his ferocity may be overcompensation … for his own Jewish roots.

    Examining a photo of the Iranian president holding aloft his identity card during the nation’s 2008 elections, the newspaper discovered Ahmadinejad’s original family name – prior to their conversion to Islam – was Sabourjian, a Jewish name meaning “cloth weaver.”

    Ahmadinejad has not denied that his name was changed when his family moved to Tehran in the 1950s, but he has also never confirmed what that original name was.

    A note on his identification papers, when magnified from the photo, however, suggests the man from Aradan, Iran, carried a common Jewish name from the region of his birth. “Sabourjian,” the Telegraph reports, is even on the list of reserved names for Iranian Jews compiled by Iran’s Ministry of the Interior.

    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=111871

  42. LisaInTX says:

    Feds Sued over Firearms

    In the second major front in the war over gun rights that has developed in just days, a lawsuit has been filed against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder seeking a court order that the federal government stay out of the way of Montana’s management
    of its own firearms.

    Montana statehouse

    The action was filed by the Second Amendment Foundation and the Montana Shooting Sports Association in U.S. District Court in Missoula, Mont., to validate the principles and terms of the Montana Firearms Freedom Act, which took effect today.
    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=111759

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  44. samiam60 says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/10/09/president-barack-obama-wins-nobel-peace-prize/

    President Barack Obama Wins Nobel Peace Prize
    Stunning choice made Obama the third sitting president to win the Nobel Peace Prize and shocked observers because Obama took office less than two weeks before the nomination deadline

    OSLO — President Barack Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for “his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples,” the Norwegian Nobel Committee said, citing his outreach to the Muslim world and attempts to curb nuclear proliferation.

    The stunning choice made Obama the third sitting U.S. president to win the Nobel Peace Prize and shocked Nobel observers because Obama took office less than two weeks before the Feb. 1 nomination deadline. Obama’s name had been mentioned in speculation before the award but many Nobel watchers believed it was too early to award the president.

    “Only very rarely has a person to the same extent as Obama captured the world’s attention and given its people hope for a better future,” the committee said. “His diplomacy is founded in the concept that those who are to lead the world must do so on the basis of values and attitudes that are shared by the majority of the world’s population.”

    The committee said it attached special importance to Obama’s vision of, and work for, a world without nuclear weapons.

    “Obama has as president created a new climate in international politics. Multilateral diplomacy has regained a central position, with emphasis on the role that the United Nations and other international institutions can play,” the committee said.

    Theodore Roosevelt won the award in 1906 and Woodrow Wilson won in 1919. Former President Jimmy Carter won the award in 2002, while former Vice President Al Gore shared the 2007 prize with the U.N. panel on climate change.

    The Nobel committee received a record 205 nominations for this year’s prize.

    In his 1895 will, Alfred Nobel stipulated that the peace prize should go “to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between the nations and the abolition or reduction of standing armies and the formation and spreading of peace congresses.”

    Unlike the other Nobel Prizes, which are awarded by Swedish institutions, he said the peace prize should be given out by a five-member committee elected by the Norwegian Parliament. Sweden and Norway were united under the same crown at the time of Nobel’s death.

    The committee has taken a wide interpretation of Nobel’s guidelines, expanding the prize beyond peace mediation to include efforts to combat poverty, disease and climate change.

  45. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots.

  46. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Samiam!!

  47. VotingFemale says:

    Obama Declares War Against Moon!

    Obama Launches Guided Missile Space Weapon in Preemptive First Strike Attack Against the Moon. Damage is expected to be significant. What did the moon ever do to you, Barack? You War-Monger?

    hahahahahaha

  48. samiam60 says:

    President Barack Obama Wins Nobel Peace Prize
    Stunning choice made Obama the third sitting president to win the Nobel Peace Prize and shocked observers because Obama took office less than two weeks before the nomination deadline

    WTF

  49. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF 🙂

  50. VotingFemale says:

    Those Socialist dik heds gave Al Gore a No-Bell A-peace-ment Prize for Lying that the Globe was Warming

  51. samiam60 says:

    Has our world been turned upside down? Why didn’t Hitler get it?

  52. samiam60 says:

    Is Obama trying to change General McChrystal ‘s name to Custer?

  53. VotingFemale says:

    Moonbat-ness is a Mental Disease Pandemic…

  54. VotingFemale says:

    Obama is a moron… Samiam… supported by morons.

  55. samiam60 says:

    I guess like it or not were going to have to pay tribute to Obama today. Let me prepare something, I’ll be right back.

  56. VotingFemale says:

    I revel in the Obama Olympic Smack Down!

    Chicago Olympics 2016! Wooo HOOOO

  57. samiam60 says:

    Ahahahahaha, did you see the RA eyes in the video.

  58. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow Nazi Teabagging Racists!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  59. Foxwood says:

    Someone felt sorry for the poor dumb schmuck after losing the Olympics.

  60. samiam60 says:

    Morning Foxwood

  61. Foxwood says:

    Morning Sami, VF!

    I go on call today… WAH!

  62. samhenry says:

    Morning everyone. This is real-time garbage day. I have to take my leave to take my leave of it – WAH!

    Love the remarks about Odrams going to war against the moon, VF. He’s so nervous about the health care bill, he’ll shoot anything that moves except he will not himself move to determine what to do in Afghanistan.

    Later

    DOG OVERBOARD

  63. Foxwood says:

    What has this President done? NOTHING! The “No Bell” prize is a worthless prize. “No Bell”? Should be “No Ball”.

  64. Foxwood says:

    You concider Jimmy Carter got a “No Ball” prize…
    It only makes sense Obutthole got one.

  65. Foxwood says:

    you might want to get rid of this one,VF.
    ||| youtube video censored ||||

  66. Foxwood says:

    Moon bat alert!

    Blowing up moon as we speak!

  67. Foxwood says:

    Takes up too much space in the sky anyway!

  68. Foxwood says:

    So it it knocks it of kilter just a little bit, does it affect the earth?

    Opps!

  69. Foxwood says:

    MY GOD! IT’S OBLITERATED!

  70. Foxwood says:

    Reminds me of “The Tick” comic books. Something always happened to the moon.

    ||| youtube video censored ||||

  71. Foxwood says:

    Opps! Here’s the Tick!

  72. VotingFemale says:

    Oh Yeah!!

    samiam60 says

    Ahahahahaha, did you see the RA eyes in the video.

  73. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

  74. VotingFemale says:

    Oxymoron: Moderate Taliban

  75. Foxwood says:

    Speaking of Moderation… Might want to edit the Rodeo Song…

  76. Foxwood says:

    Horendo is so… predictable.

  77. Foxwood says:

    Oh Look! It’s Ed’s Crotch!

  78. VotingFemale says:

    Done did a mod on it, Fozowoodie! 😉

  79. VotingFemale says:

    Horendo is as pridictable as the drop of the dollar his Fearless Leader is causing with debt monetizing.

    CNN’s take on the Dollar bust?

    Ohh well… the dollar’s time has come and gone…

  80. Foxwood says:

    Sorry, The “No Ball” prize reminded me of the song.

    You know he was nominated for the “No Ball” prize two weeks after he was elected? They must have anticipated how much of a weenie he would be.

    Carter?

    Obutthole?

    Carter?

    Obutthole?

    Yup, Obutthole needs a “No Ball” prize…

  81. VotingFemale says:

    You left out Al Gore 2007 No-Ballz Appeasement Prize – Run for your lives! The Globe is Warming!

  82. Foxwood says:

    WHAT A NARCISSIST!

    Obutthole is to give a speech on how he won his “NoBall”prize.

  83. samiam60 says:

    Ok, So Obama is the Peace Prize Weinner. So What?

  84. Foxwood says:

    I forgot about AlGore…

  85. samiam60 says:

    Foxwood says:

    WHAT A NARCISSIST!

    Obutthole is to give a speech on how he won his “NoBall”prize.

    Foxwood,

    This will most likely launch Obama on a World Wide Tour and ultimately a Coronation when he get back home.

  86. Foxwood says:

    I may be wrong here, but isn’t the “NoBallz” prize part of the UN?

  87. Foxwood says:

    It should be if it’s not…

  88. VotingFemale says:

    sorry… was busy changing the rss feeds automatic update frequency from one hour to 5 minutes.

    was getting tired of constantly doing a manual update for each rss feed I have subscribed to.

  89. VotingFemale says:

    They are related… same smucks different organization.

    Foxwood says

    I may be wrong here, but isn’t the “NoBallz” prize part of the UN?

  90. VotingFemale says:

    no one wins the damn thing…

    it is a give away…

    Awarded for Extraordinary Bull S*it

  91. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning everyone! Obama won the nobel prize for appeasment. They created a new catagory for him. The terrorist ass kisser in chief. What a joke!

  92. Foxwood says:

    I can Bullsh!t with the rest of them and I need a million dollars!

  93. Foxwood says:

    You know the “NoBallz” prize was a POS when AlGore got it.

  94. tellitlikeitis says:

    The nobel prize is a joke anymore. It seems all you have to do is give a good speach to get one.

  95. samiam60 says:

    This Nobel Peace Prize explains his refusal to send more troops to Aftganistan . He may have also had wind of this before is trip to Denmark thinking it would give him two big victories.

  96. Foxwood says:

    I bet VF is working on a “NoBallz” prize article as we speak.

  97. samiam60 says:

    Sending more requested troops to Aftganistan sure would not have looked good considering the honor he was given today. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, how much blood will be shed for an award?

  98. Foxwood says:

    The “NoBallz” people were anticipating he would have already been the second coming. His failures before the prize is an indication of how important the “NoBallz” prize is.

  99. tellitlikeitis says:

    From Times Online October 9, 2009

    Comment: absurd decision on Obama makes a mockery of the Nobel peace prize
    (Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)
    President Obama: soon to make a decision on Afghanistan troop surge

    The award of this year’s Nobel peace prize to President Obama will be met with widespread incredulity, consternation in many capitals and probably deep embarrassment by the President himself.

    Rarely has an award had such an obvious political and partisan intent. It was clearly seen by the Norwegian Nobel committee as a way of expressing European gratitude for an end to the Bush Administration, approval for the election of America’s first black president and hope that Washington will honour its promise to re-engage with the world.

    Instead, the prize risks looking preposterous in its claims, patronising in its intentions and demeaning in its attempt to build up a man who has barely begun his period in office, let alone achieved any tangible outcome for peace.

    The pretext for the prize was Mr Obama’s decision to “strengthen international diplomacy and co-operation between peoples”. Many people will point out that, while the President has indeed promised to “reset” relations with Russia and offer a fresh start to relations with the Muslim world, there is little so far to show for his fine words.

    Times Archive, 1973: Worldwide criticism of Nobel peace awards
    The choice of Dr Henry Kissinger and Mr Le Duc Tho as joint winners of the Nobel peace prize continued to provoke criticism today

    Dr Kissinger shares Nobel prize
    Letter: Nobel Peace Prize

    There is a further irony in offering a peace prize to a president whose principal preoccupation at the moment is when and how to expand the war in Afghanistan.

    The spectacle of Mr Obama mounting the podium in Oslo to accept a prize that once went to Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi and Mother Theresa would be all the more absurd if it follows a White House decision to send up to 40,000 more US troops to Afghanistan. However just such a war may be deemed in Western eyes, Muslims would not be the only group to complain that peace is hardly compatible with an escalation in hostilities.

    The Nobel committee has made controversial awards before. Some have appeared to reward hope rather than achievement: the 1976 prize for the two peace campaigners in Northern Ireland, Betty Williams and Mairead Corrigan, was clearly intended to send a signal to the two battling communities in Ulster. But the political influence of the two winners turned out, sadly, to be negligible.

    In the Middle East, the award to Menachem Begin of Israel and Anwar Sadat of Egypt in 1978 also looks, in retrospect, as naive as the later award to Yassir Arafat, Shimon Peres and Yitzhak Rabin — although it could be argued that both the Camp David and Oslo accords, while not bringing peace, were at least attempts to break the deadlock.

    Mr Obama’s prize is more likely, however, to be compared with the most contentious prize of all: the 1973 prize to Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Tho for their negotiations to end the Vietnam war. Dr Kissinger was branded a warmonger for his support for the bombing campaign in Cambodia; and the Vietnamese negotiator was subsequently seen as a liar whose government never intended to honour a peace deal but was waiting for the moment to attack South Vietnam.

    Mr Obama becomes the third sitting US President to receive the prize. The committee said today that he had “captured the world’s attention”. It is certainly true that his energy and aspirations have dazzled many of his supporters. Sadly, it seems they have so bedazzled the Norwegians that they can no longer separate hopes from achievement. The achievements of all previous winners have been diminished.

  100. m2 says:

    Wow y’all… I just now heard the news about the Nobel…

  101. Foxwood says:

    Bunch dik heds!

  102. Foxwood says:

    I’m calling Landreu again. I can’t hollar enough at her.

  103. m2 says:

    Democrats truly are pieces of shit.. I however knew and know they will do this because the end justifies the means in evil… And obviously this isn’t about bettering healthcare but becoming Absolute Rulers over the people… Which is why we have a Constitution to prevent this. I hope they get what’s coming to them, if not in this lifetime then in afterlife. This is GREED.

  104. samhenry says:

    Hi, all. Iim back on board for a short time to assuage fears about the Nobel Prize.

    Barack is not getting the Peace Prize; He’s getting the Piece Prize. He gets a little piece this year for doing things piecemeal; he gets a piece whenever he makes a decision about Afghanistan, and he gets a piece of the minds of citizens around the globe. I guess they are all racist since he got panned!

  105. samiam60 says:

    SamH can you explain what you just said? You lost me on that one.

  106. samhenry says:

    News Flash: The National Park Service is slated to change the locks on the White House. They will be changed any day the Obamas are out on speaking engagements so that they effectively will be locked out. This will enable curatorial staff to remove the hideous art recently ordered up by Michele.

  107. samhenry says:

    Sami:

    Barack will get the PIECE price not the Peace Prize (Nobel).

    He gets a LITTLE PIECE at a time:
    1. A piece for doing things piecemeal (not finishing things he starts, etc.)
    2. He gets another Piece of the Prize whenever he makes up his mind about Afghanistan
    3. And he gets a big Piece of the minds of citizens around the globe because he got thre Peace Prize and they think its dumb.

    The cits of the world panned his getting the Peace Prize. That means they must be racist.

  108. samiam60 says:

    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, now I got it, thanks SamH

  109. m2 says:

    Do u all realize how bright and gifted you are? I was offline yesterday all day, but looking at your comments here, everyone is amazing at uncovering the happenings that most news including Fox doesn’t cover…

  110. samhenry says:

    DOG THROWN OVERBOARD for making bad jokes

  111. m2 says:

    Michael Steele: “”The real question Americans are asking is, ‘What has President Obama actually accomplished?’ It is unfortunate that the president’s star power has outshined tireless advocates who have made real achievements working towards peace and human rights. One thing is certain – President Obama won’t be receiving any awards from Americans for job creation, fiscal responsibility, or backing up rhetoric with concrete action.”

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