The Petty Tyrant

©2012 drkate

No wonder Obama is mad at middle America.  Everything we have was earned with hard work, taking risks, failing, and starting over again. On the contrary, Obama hasn’t earned anything; what he has is undeserved and he is not man enough to admit it.

Bill Whittle nails it:

It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.~ T. Roosevelt, 1910

Obama was never in the arena, never in the ring.  For that he is jealous of Americans and America.  His petty tyrant games are designed to punish America for her successes.

143 Responses to “The Petty Tyrant”

  1. 1 drkate August 6, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    Obama is trying very hard to rile us up in any way but the ballot box. Keep your powder dry, Patriots. Let him continue to expose himself as the ugly, sinful, satanic entity that he is.

    • 3 Jan Rogers August 6, 2012 at 10:10 pm

      Petty tyrant, whiny crybaby or red diaper baby or all three.
      I agree with his “classmate”. If anyone went to school with obat past 6th grade they would have come forward by now to claim the recognition of, hey I went to school with him, we had “””class together.
      Also, something posted on Orly’s site on 8-5-12 about someone who knew he was in a Muslim training camp.
      I agree, Romney should stand up and tell obat, I’ll show my records if you show yours, after all, what have you to hide?
      Kinda like McCain should have questioned obat but didn’t, Romney won’t either.

      • 4 Voco Indubium August 7, 2012 at 12:45 am

        RE: “Muslim training camp. ….Romney should stand up and tell obat, I’ll show my records if you show yours, after all, what have you to hide? “

        Trump gave the same advice to Romney during an interview. He said that it would be a very beneficial exchange in Romney’s favor. I don’t know Trump’s motivations, but I like that he is making noises again in that direction.

        RE: “Kinda like McCain should have questioned obat but didn’t, Romney won’t either.”

        Due to the Rove Doctrine (that it would hurt the GOP), Romney thinks he can beat O without disqualifying him, so he does not want to upset the Establishment GOP by bringing it up. Will Romney use it to disqualify O if Romney loses the election? Maybe, if Trump and others make their voices heard. More voices like that are needed, voices that the media cannot ignore.

        • 5 sky August 7, 2012 at 8:02 am

          Make noise about why obama and romney dont talk about the corrupt FED. This is the biggest problem,ever since 1913.

          • 6 Voco Indubium August 7, 2012 at 2:42 pm

            RE: FED

            We think it is a problem. They don’t. They look at it as a necessary central bank. It will not be an election issue.

            However, if O wins the election and the GOP does nothing to disqualify him, we can look forward to a Soviet-style regime. Maybe worse, possibly under Sharia law as additional device to control the population.

  2. 7 Jan Rogers August 6, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    The polls are lying. obat is so far behind they won’t be able to mess with the voting machines bad enough to get a win, so, since he won’t want to give up his lavish life style, he’ll openly declare Martial Law, have the UN troops going door to door to confiscate guns, close the banks and the borders so no one can leave, pull all passports, and the list goes on. Next will be a huge power failure.

    We virtually have no food this year, what the floods didn’t destroy HAARP is in the process of frying.

    When you get hungry or your kids are hungry, will you take the chip?
    These are purely evil basta**s.

    • 8 heather August 7, 2012 at 9:54 am

      I sure don’t see these poll #s as true. People everywhere hate him so he is out voted and Romney is winning. These polls are liars plain and simple–a distraction to get our votes IMO. Not gonna work, we the people are wise to him and know his tricks.

      • 9 Voco Indubium August 7, 2012 at 3:34 pm

        RE: “….People everywhere hate him so he is out …”

        You are overly optimistic. The media is 99.9% on his side. He will not get 95% of the minority vote as in 2008 but he will get 90%. The Latino vote will be similarly his. These are big voting blocks.

        Maybe he will get somewhat less of the Jewish vote, but he is still enjoying support there (even if difficult understand in view of his Israel policy). He received millions from the Hollywood elite as campaign funds. Quite a few callers, even at conservative talk shows, still praise O as the messiah. Nothing changed in their mind.

        The media has started to destroy Romney, and in the eyes of many voters, they have already partially succeeded in painting him as a rich-parasite, far removed from the working class. More attacks are expected. O has more money to spend on TV ads than Romney and those ads will be increasingly vicious. The majority of voters are mainly influenced by the TV ads.

        On the other hand the GOP continues to use the “Rove Doctrine” and will not hit “under the belt”. They are placing themselves in a defensive position, refusing to deploy super-weapons (like the forged bc, SSN etc.) which are readily available to ensure a victory.

        • 10 heather August 7, 2012 at 9:09 pm

          That’s your opinion and if you believe the MSM polls are showing him ahead, then you seem to have no faith in the american people. The american people are not giving the msm any ammo to come back to them with. IMO—-and I believe nothing coming from DC or the MSM–its a trick to get everyone to vote for him.

          Romneys a big boy and can handle the MSM and all the bs thats being thrown at him. Just dont believe everything these bought and paid for obots throw out there. That’s all Im saying.

          Most americans hate him and have learned to keep their enemies close.

          • 11 Voco indubium August 7, 2012 at 10:25 pm

            RE: “…Most americans hate him…”

            I wish you were right.

            I am not looking at the polls. I am aware that they are biased. I am making my judgment based on facts and my own observations, as I quoted a few above.

            My trust in the voters? Let me give you the answer of a friend when we discussed what would happen if O is reelected and I said the US will never be able to return to greatness and not even normalcy, it will be too late in 2016. He said: No, it is already too late. I asked why? He said: The country is rotten already. How could they elect a person like O in 2008? Everything was already known, his Marxist-Moslem background, the bc and nbc issue the SSN etc. It used to be that a qualified prez had to come from a good family, having experience and substantial accomplishment in public service, high moral character, just to mention a few requirements. All those were no longer necessary in 2008 and not necessary now. So much about “faith in the American people” (using your words).

            The demographics have changed, morality is almost non-existent, and all three branches of the government are corrupt. The elected representatives consider the constitution a hindrance, not the highest law of the land. This is no longer the “shining city upon a hill”. The percentage of the voters who care to maintain the traditional constitutional republic is shrinking year after year.

            It is still possible to save the country, but the GOP is incompetent, and while I hope that I am wrong and you are right, the repeat of the 2008 looks likely, unless the GOP gets off the Rove Doctrine and start using the ready-made personal, and eligibility issues that so far they refuse to use.

            • 12 drkate August 7, 2012 at 10:53 pm

              No, not everything was known to the general public in 2008, so you can stuff that idea. The media and foreign money elected obama. What we find out is the political class as a whole betrayed America, starting a long time ago. Obama is the result of a century of mischief by the international financiers. Have you read this entire blog? The history is all there and it would broaden your perspective.

              Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable. -JFK That’s where we’re headed, unless God somehow intervenes.

              BTW, Rove is a pimple on an elephant’s ass. he gets his marching orders from the Bush clan, which means the new world order. just like a lot of republicans and most democrats. The r/d charade is over.

              There are a lot of people waking up…across the board…leaving organized religion/churches; dumping the media; and realizing the usurpation of the country by the political class. They* cannot predict what we will do in response, tho they* are trying hard to deliver false flags and blame it on the tea party, white people, etc. This is not the ‘rove doctrine’, this is cloward piven and alinsky, the murderous and confusing tools of the new world order aka Satan. This is big stuff on how countries are overthrown.

              Never underestimate Americans–real Americans. And we are finding out who we are. There are lots of ‘armchair’ Americans who like to pontificate like they know it all. Seek the truth, that is the only way to see.

              • 13 Voco indubium August 8, 2012 at 12:03 am


                While you were writing this I was answering your other comments below, concerning pretty much the same topics. (August 7, 2012 at 11:13 pm )

                I agree with you on just about every premise you made at least on the principal thought. Except on one if I understand it correctly: I say that Romney and every single GOP politician running for any seat want the seat badly and want the power, the prestige and money that follows it, regardless of the wishes of the global secretly controlling forces.

                And they are not fighting for it in the same manner the opposition is fighting, because they think such ”dirty fighting” would hurt them. Sure Rove is a pimple, but he initiated this line of thought. Call it McCain Doctrine or anything else if you don’t like the phrase. But if 2008 will be repeated this year, that is the key cause, as it was the key cause of the 2008 events.

                • 14 drkate August 8, 2012 at 8:31 am

                  Disagree. They all want power and can only have it by being part of the NWO. They are the same, its just a game that we see there is a ‘diference’. I’m not calling it any doctrine or associating it with such asshats as mccain or rover. mccain was directed to throw the election, which he did. but the NWO helped by crashing the economy in 2008 just to make sure nobody voted for Palin.

  3. 16 Jan Rogers August 6, 2012 at 10:18 pm

    And another thing
    Like so many other changes to our government lately, the President now has sole authority.

  4. 19 parker August 7, 2012 at 7:10 am

    Our Elected Officials and Government are the Criminals

  5. 21 patriot4usa August 7, 2012 at 8:25 am

    Homerun Once again drkate..!

  6. 22 no-nonsense-nancy August 7, 2012 at 10:29 am

    Tyrant is right, Kate. Who would have thought that we would end up right back where the founding fathers were, BEFORE the American Revolution! We have it to do all over again. At least they gave us our Constitution so we don’t have to write that again. We just have to fight to get it back.

    I just spent a vacation in our heartland and was very distressed to see how scorched the “breadbasket” is. The corn fields in Missouri are pathetic. Having a connection in Dallas and flying up to SD I could see how dry the land is. I think I even saw some dry river beds. Are the rivers dry? I think I was flying over Oklahoma when I thought I saw dry rivers, Heather. It’s real shame and very scary.

    • 23 heather August 7, 2012 at 1:48 pm

      NNN–it’s bad and so dried out. Luckily for us we do have man made lakes built by the army corp of engineers yrs ago so as to never have another dust bowl like 1938. Our lakes are full and the reason the arkansas river is dry is because the engineers shut off the flow from the lakes. Looks pretty ugly when they do that–nothing but dry river beds.

      Our lakes are equal in miles to the entire east coast shore line, but with droughts like last yr and this yr, the water is not allowed to be released and the dams stay shut.

      Please come again NNN when our weather changes for the better. We also did not have a cold winter nor did we have a spring–went from winter to summer all at once. Tulsa and the northeast section of OK is beautiful when everything is green and wet–we are in the foothilles of the ozark mts–so we have beautiful rolling hills as well.

      Actually every state in the US is beautiful in its own envirorment. America the Beautiful!

      • 24 no-nonsense-nancy August 7, 2012 at 5:08 pm

        Thanks, Heather. It looked so dry from up in the air. Texas is very dry, too. I was in south eastern SD and Missouri and they are both in a draught.It is so sad. But it was all beautiful just the same. We certainly do have a very beautiful country. I haven’t been able to see very much of it yet.

        • 25 heather August 7, 2012 at 9:13 pm

          NNN-my parents always said see your own country and love and respect it before you go off to another country. America the beautiful– love her, she is all we have.

  7. 26 Jan Rogers August 7, 2012 at 11:22 am

    Kind of funnyobat parody

  8. 30 Jan Rogers August 7, 2012 at 2:28 pm

    Tanks in CA

  9. 31 Quantum Leap August 7, 2012 at 4:09 pm

    It’s pretty simple. Barry Soetoro got into these colleges on the affirmative action and as a foreign exchange student. Otherwise he could not qulaify or pay for college.

    Soetoro’s College Classmate: ‘The Obama Scandal Is at Columbia’ Soetoro has decided to distract America’s voters by condemning Mitt Romney for not releasing enough years of his tax returns. It’s the perfect cover.

    • 32 heather August 7, 2012 at 9:17 pm

      QL–remember Rev David Manning and his jury last yr also found that Columbia Un was the hotbed of lies.

      If I were Romney I wouldnt show more than what is required of me to anyone. The GOP should demand barry show his records once and for all—of course thats a wild pipe dream!

  10. 33 Quantum Leap August 7, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    By attacking Romney’s tax records, Obama’s socialist cabal creates a problem that doesn’t exist. Is the U.S. Senate Majority Leader making up stories out of thin air? You decide. But the reason for this baseless attack is clear- make Romney defend, so not only is he “off message” but it helps the media ignore the real Obama scandal.

    • 34 Voco indubium August 7, 2012 at 5:43 pm

      RE: “….the reason for this baseless attack….”

      and to keep the Romney-tax issue alive – succeeded in that respect.

      • 35 drkate August 7, 2012 at 7:14 pm

        Just a reminder that this is your opinion, and that you are apparently not seeing other reports. Remember we’ve got the media against us, so what you read and hear is not what THE AMERICAN PEOPLE are feeling or seeing. You can try to fit things into your ‘rove doctrine’, or whatever, but you don’t have the corner on the analysis. I’m not saying I do, but your comments are stated with a confidence that is an illusion.

        • 36 Voco indubium August 7, 2012 at 11:13 pm

          RE: “Just a reminder that this is your opinion…. but you don’t have the corner on the analysis. I’m not saying I do, but your comments are stated with a confidence that is an illusion. “

          I hope you are right and I am wrong in the analyzing what is happening, as I replied to Heather above. We had so many hopes, starting from Leo Donafrio’s lawsuits in 2008, continuing in the dozens of dismissed lawsuits, to RP not getting the nomination now. Every single encounter was lost or delayed (after the election). Now we are stuck with Romney (possibly paired with the ineligible Rubio) whom we don’t like more than we liked McCain and again it comes to the choice of the “lesser evil”.

          Romney is not taking Trump’s advice. Obviously he thinks he can beat O without using the same “below the belt” tactics what the Dems are using (for example this ridiculous tax issue). You and Heather obviously think he can. I am not so sure. I admit that I am pessimistic and strongly opinionated (as most of your readers) and I wish that the future would prove me wrong.

        • 38 Rosemary Woodhouse August 10, 2012 at 10:24 am

          Romney needs to take the gloves off, fight back and have Chavez Jr. unseal all of his records. Romney is in a unique position to put this charade to an end with one single statement. Full stop!

  11. 39 Quantum Leap August 7, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    “We both graduated (according to Obama) Columbia University, Class of ’83. We were both (according to Obama) Pre-Law and Political Science majors. And I thought I knew most everyone at Columbia. I certainly thought I’d heard of all of my fellow Political Science majors. But not Obama (or as he was known then- Barry Soetoro). I never met him. Never saw him. Never even heard of him. And none of the classmates that I knew at Columbia have ever met him, saw him, or heard of him.”

  12. 40 Quantum Leap August 7, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    The first question I’d ask is, if you had great grades, why would you seal your records? So let’s assume Obama got poor grades. Why not release the records? He’s president of the free world, for gosh sakes. He’s commander-in-chief of the U.S. military. Who’d care about some poor grades from three decades ago, right? So then what’s the problem? Doesn’t that make the media suspicious? Something doesn’t add up.

    Secondly, if he had poor grades at Occidental, how did he get admitted to an Ivy League university in the first place? And if his grades at Columbia were awful, how’d he ever get into Harvard Law School? So again those grades must have been great, right? So why spend millions to keep them sealed?

    Third, how did Obama pay for all these fancy schools without coming from a wealthy background? If he had student loans or scholarships, would he not have to maintain good grades?

    I can only think of one answer that would explain this mystery.

    Here’s my gut belief: Obama got a leg up by being admitted to both Occidental and Columbia as a foreign exchange student. He was raised as a young boy in Indonesia. But did his mother ever change him back to a U.S. citizen? When he returned to live with his grandparents in Hawaii or as he neared college-age preparing to apply to schools, did he ever change his citizenship back? I’m betting not.

    If you could unseal Obama’s Columbia University records I believe you’d find that:

    A) He rarely ever attended class.

    B) His grades were not those typical of what we understand it takes to get into Harvard Law School.

    C) He attended Columbia as a foreign exchange student.

    D) He paid little for either undergraduate college or Harvard Law School because of foreign aid and scholarships given to a poor foreign students like this kid Barry Soetoro from Indonesia.

    If you think I’m “fishing” then prove me wrong. Open up your records Mr. President. What are you afraid of?

    If it’s okay for U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to go on a fishing expedition about Romney’s taxes (even though he knows absolutely nothing about them nor will release his own), then I think I can do the same thing. But as Obama’s Columbia Class of ’83 classmate, at least I have more standing to make educated guesses

  13. 41 Quantum Leap August 7, 2012 at 4:18 pm

    And cont’d again…as above

    “This is classic Axelrod. Obama has won several elections in his career by slandering his opponents and leaking sealed documents. Not only do these insinuations of Romeny’s tax returns and leaks ruin the credibility and reputation of Obama’s opponents, they keep them on the defensive and off Obama’s trail of sealed documents.”


    • 43 heather August 9, 2012 at 9:47 am

      Told ya I had that dream the other day where they were driving through my neighborhood—one after another—these vehicles were a light lime green the size of an SUV but with only a passenger and driver windows………they looked like old rounded box trucks with blackout windows but were actually a new style.

  14. 46 Durus August 7, 2012 at 7:14 pm







    • 47 drkate August 7, 2012 at 7:46 pm

      Obama is Indonesian:

      A long time ago, the original people who broke the eligibility story theorized that the BC fiasco and focus on Kenya was a diversion from the main problem for Obama: his Indonesian citizenship. Occidental college was his step father Lolo Soetoro’s alma mater …and we theorized then that Barry Soetoro Obama attended Occidental on a foreign scholarship…same with Punahou school in Hawaii. Bill Whittle is spot on in the video in this post.

    • 52 sky August 9, 2012 at 10:45 am

      first artical politicalvelcraft

  15. 53 heather August 7, 2012 at 8:49 pm

    I know this is a bit OT but this POS deserves no more americans seeing his dirty pics.

  16. 54 Jan Rogers August 8, 2012 at 12:25 am

    WOW, one judge that so far is not intimidated by the cry baby

  17. 57 Jan Rogers August 8, 2012 at 1:15 am

    O/T but looks like this will be a good one
    Shade, the motion picture official trailer
    Be sure to read the comments – “Obumnuts or Nit wit”

  18. 59 Grace August 8, 2012 at 10:10 am

    Time out for a laugh or a smile…

    Read and enjoy! God bless you, patriots!

  19. 61 no-nonsense-nancy August 8, 2012 at 12:52 pm

    One of the writers of romneycare is a member of the communist party usa?!

    • 62 Jan Rogers August 8, 2012 at 3:20 pm

      This is so much like when we tried to expose obat. Now it’s Romney but people are not listening and a year from the election, if Romney is elected, people are going to be saying, why didn’t someone tell us.

      So, I’ll say it again, Romney is a white obama

      • 63 no-nonsense-nancy August 8, 2012 at 8:32 pm

        Jan, I think we have had George H.William W.Hussein…..Who’s next?

        They’re all the same.

      • 64 sky August 9, 2012 at 9:09 am

        time for Ron paul signs

      • 65 Voco Indubium August 9, 2012 at 11:54 pm

        RE: “..Romney is a white obama..”

        No, Romney is McCain. Repeat 2008. Conservatives don’t like either one. Both are unable or unwilling to fight back the unfair personal attacks. At least Romney is not a Marxist Moslem. Again: the “lesser evil” choice of 2008, or don’t vote.

        • 66 drkate August 10, 2012 at 7:48 am

          The lesser of two evils is still evil. And Jan is right because both Romney and Obama work for the same people.

          • 67 sky August 10, 2012 at 7:57 am

            Dr kate thought of a good sign NO TO ROTHSCHILDS=FED [Central Banks]

          • 68 Voco Indubium August 10, 2012 at 4:36 pm

            RE: “ The lesser of two evils is still evil. “

            Yes it is. I said a year ago that I am not voting for any GOP nominee who will not use the bc, nbc or SSN issues, even if that means an advantage for O. I am keeping my promise, and staying home on Election Day.

            What do you suggest to your readers?
            A. Vote for R, the lesser evil
            B. Don’t vote as R is still evil

            There is no other choice, unfortunately:
            A. being pragmatic
            B. being a dogged constitutionalist

  20. 69 jeanniejoj August 8, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    hi, drkate — I’ve not ever since a Hall of Fame for Critics —

  21. 70 Tiger 7 August 8, 2012 at 7:45 pm

    Like you, Jan, I’ll say my piece again—come November, I don;t think either current candidate will be on the tickets. We shall see.

  22. 71 parker August 8, 2012 at 9:20 pm

    Chemtrails every night…wonder what they are hiding…

  23. 72 Quantum Leap August 8, 2012 at 9:20 pm

    I just got this in an email. Help spread it around.
    Reality Check: GOP refuses to seat Maine delegation unless they agree to “Compromise”?

  24. 73 Quantum Leap August 8, 2012 at 9:24 pm

    ‘nother email


    After Kurt Bills won the endorsement to be the official Republican candidate in the race for United States Senate from Minnesota – thanks to the help of good folks like you – two of his opponents did the honorable thing . . .

    They dropped out and threw their support behind Kurt’s candidacy.

    That is because Kurt is the real deal. He is a true believer in Liberty with the ability to carry the freedom message to victory this fall.

    One opponent, however, has not been so honorable. He instead decided to attack Kurt, smear me and, by extension, all of what you and I believe in.

    Just watch this disgusting attack Kurt’s opponent is running on FOX News in Minnesota during Sean Hannity’s Show and The O’Reilly Factor.

    People like Kurt’s opponent don’t care about your Liberty. They just want power for themselves, and they will stop at nothing to get it.

    Fortunately, when Liberty is attacked, people like you stand up. I hope you are as outraged by this disgusting ad as I am.

    Let’s flood Kurt Bills with donations so he can get his positive message of sound money, limited government, and balanced budgets out to the voters.

    I know if you and I help him now he can beat down these dirty attacks and win in the fall.

    Please consider making a contribution of $50, $100, $250, or even the federal maximum contribution of $2,500 today.

    Remember, Kurt is being attacked for standing with you and me. Let’s stand with him and give him the money he needs to fight.

    For Liberty,

    Ron Paul

    P.S. The media is watching to see how much Kurt can raise to decide whether they will give him a fair shake with coverage he needs to spread our message. Please stand with him by making your most generous contribution today!

  25. 74 hammer and nail August 9, 2012 at 8:43 am

    Mary Chapin Carpenter
    Everything We Got, We Got The Hard Way

    Show a little inspiration, show a little spark
    And show that things that drew me to you and stole my heart
    And tell me something I don’t know instead of everything I do
    And look at me as if I mean something to you
    Our hearts are beating while we sleep, but while we’re wide awake
    You know the world won’t stop, and actions speak louder
    Listen to your heart, and what your heart might say
    Everything we got, we got the hard way

    Show a little passion, baby, show a little style
    And show the knack for knowing when and the gift for knowing how
    And have a little trust in us when fear obscures the path
    You know we got this far, darling, not by luck, but by never turning back
    Some will call on destiny, but I just call on faith
    That the world won’t stop, and actions speak louder
    Listen to your heart, to what your heart might say
    Everything we got, we got the hard way

    Caught up in our little lives, there’s not a lot left over
    I see what’s missing in your eyes; you’re searching for that field of clover
    So show a little inspiration, show a little spark
    Show the world a little light when you show it your heart
    We’ve got two lives, one we’re given and the other one we make
    And the world won’t stop, and actions speak louder
    Listen to your heart, and your heart might say
    Everything we got, we got the hard (everything we got, we got the hard way)
    Everything we got, we got the hard way
    (Because the world won’t stop) hang on, baby…

  26. 76 Jan Rogers August 9, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    Why in the world are they spraying, trailer and sale

  27. 83 Quantum Leap August 9, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    by Ron Paul

    The senseless and horrific killings last week at a movie theater in Colorado reminded Americans that life is fragile and beautiful, and we should not take family, friends, and loved ones for granted. Our prayers go out to the injured victims and the families of those killed. As a nation we should use this terrible event to come together with the resolve to create a society that better values life.

    We should also face the sober reality that government cannot protect us from all possible harm. No matter how many laws we pass, no matter how many police or federal agents we put on the streets, no matter how routinely we monitor internet communications, a determined individual or group can still cause great harm. We as individuals are responsible for our safety and the safety of our families.

    Furthermore, it is the role of civil society rather than government to build a culture of responsible, peaceful, productive individuals. Government cannot mandate morality or instill hope in troubled individuals. External controls on our behavior imposed by government through laws, police, and jails usually apply only after a terrible crime has occurred.

    Internal self-governance, by contrast, is a much more powerful regulator of human behavior than any law. This self-governance must be developed from birth, first by parents but later also through the positive influence of relatives and adult role models. Beyond childhood, character development can occur through religious, civic, and social institutions. Ultimately, self-governance cannot be developed without an underlying foundation of morality.

    Government, however, is not a moral actor. The state should protect our rights, but it cannot develop our character. Whenever terrible crimes occur, many Americans understandably demand that government “do something” to prevent similar crimes in the future. But this reflexive impulse almost always leads to bad laws and the loss of liberty.

    Do we really want to live in a world of police checkpoints, surveillance cameras, and metal detectors? Do we really believe government can provide total security? Do we want to involuntarily commit every disaffected, disturbed, or alienated person who fantasizes about violence? Or can we accept that liberty is more important than the illusion of state-provided security?

    Freedom is not defined by safety. Freedom is defined by the ability of citizens to live without government interference. Government cannot create a world without risks, nor would we really wish to live in such a fictional place. Only a totalitarian society would even claim absolute safety as a worthy ideal, because it would require total state control over its citizens’ lives. Liberty has meaning only if we still believe in it when terrible things happen and a false government security blanket beckons.

  28. 85 Quantum Leap August 9, 2012 at 7:03 pm

    By Ron Paul
    re: Audit the fed bill HR 459 passage in the House of Representatives is only the beginning of the battle, as many Senators and the President still don’t see the critical need to have a national discussion about monetary policy.

    The American public now senses that the Fed’s actions, especially since 2008, are enormously inflationary and will cause great harm to the American economy in the long run. They are beginning to understand what so many economists still don’t understand, which is that inflation is a monetary phenomenon, and rising prices are merely a symptom of that phenomenon. Prices eventually rise when the supply of US dollars (paper or electronic) grows faster than the available goods and services being chased by those dollars.

    This fundamental truth has been thoroughly explained by Milton Friedman and many others, so today’s Keynesian economists have no excuse for their claims that “inflation is under control.” Ordinary Americans don’t need a PhD simply to look at the Fed’s balance sheet and understand the staggering amount of money creation that has occurred in recent years. They know it will have harmful consequences for all of us eventually.

    I’ve spoken at length about inflation, and how Fed money creation is effectively a tax. Every dollar created out of thin air dilutes the value of the dollars in your pocket and your savings in the bank. But the truth is that we are only beginning to see the results of the Fed’s dramatic increase in the money supply. As former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan himself explained last week to Larry Kudlow, most of the dollar deposits created by the Fed via successive rounds of “quantitative easing” remain on the balance sheet of Fed member banks. Because of very rational economic fears, banks are not lending, businesses are not expanding, and individuals are shedding debt. So, the trillions of dollars created by the Fed since 2008 remained largely undeployed. When those dollars eventually make their way into the world economy, prices across all sectors of the economy are likely to rise dramatically.

    The true evil of inflation is that newly created money benefits politically favored financial interests, especially banks, on the front end. Over time, however, the net result of monetary inflation is always the devaluation of savings and purchasing power. This devaluation discourages saving, which is the key to capital accumulation and investment in a healthy economy. Inflation also tends to hurt seniors and those living on fixed incomes the most.

    For decades the Fed has operated without any meaningful oversight whatsoever, resulting in the loss of savings, loss of purchasing power, and loss of quality of life for all Americans. It causes individuals and businesses to make bad decisions, misallocating their capital because market signals have been distorted. It causes financial ruin by engineering the inevitable boom and bust cycles that so many erroneously blame on capitalism. And it does all this in secrecy, to the benefit of the financial and political classes. It is time to Audit the Fed, as a first step toward ending its unchecked power over our money and economic fortunes.


  29. 86 Quantum Leap August 9, 2012 at 7:07 pm

    Who is Ron Paul?
    Ron Paul is America’s leading voice for limited, constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, sound money, and a pro-American foreign policy.

  30. 87 Quantum Leap August 9, 2012 at 7:09 pm

    by Ron Paul

    Last week the House passed yet another bill placing sanctions on Iran and Syria, bringing us closer to another war in the Middle East. We are told that ever harsher sanctions finally will force the targeted nations to bend to our will. Yet the ineffectiveness of previous sanctions teaches us nothing; in truth sanctions lead to war more than they prevent war.

    Until last year, Libyan sanctions were touted as a great success story. The regime would change its behavior. Yet NATO bombed the country anyway.

    Last week we learned that President Obama signed an intelligence “finding” directing the CIA to covertly assist rebels in Syria. The administration seems determined to fight yet another war in Syria that has nothing to do with American national interests.

    We already know that a similar “finding” was signed under the latest Bush administration directing US intelligence to undermine the Iranian government and promote regime change there. Neoconservatives have long demanded that we overthrow the Syrian government before moving on to war against Iran. This bellicosity continues regardless of which party is in the White House.

    In Syria we see once again we see how our interventionist policies backfire and make us less secure. Recent news reports point to ties between the Syrian opposition and al-Qaeda (and other extremist groups). A recent article in the Guardian, a British newspaper, exclaimed that, “Al-Qaida turns tide for rebels in battle for eastern Syria.” The article quotes an al-Qaeda leader in Syria saying that he meets with the main US-backed Syrian rebel organization, the Free Syrian Army, “almost every day.” So by promoting civil war in Syria we end up fueling al-Qaeda.

    According to another recent press report, German intelligence services estimate that nearly 100 terrorist attacks have been committed by al-Qaeda or related organizations in Syria over the past six months. Last month a suicide bomber in Syria killed a defense minister and several top government officials. The US government, which has been fighting a “War on Terror” for more than a decade now, refused to condemn that act of terrorism.

    This raises the question of whether the US administration is supporting the same people in Syria that we have been fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressed these same concerns earlier this year when asked whether the US has been reluctant to arm the Syrian rebels. She answered, “To whom are you delivering them? We know al-Qaida. Zawahiri is supporting the opposition in Syria. Are we supporting al-Qaida in Syria?”

    That is a very good question. It clearly demonstrates that the United States has no business at all being involved in the Syrian civil war. In the 1980s we supported a resistance movement in Afghanistan that later gave birth to elements of al-Qaeda and the Taliban. When will we learn our lesson and stop intervening in conflicts we don’t truly understand, conflicts that have nothing to do with American national interests?

  31. 88 Quantum Leap August 9, 2012 at 7:15 pm

    A BILL – HR 6416

    To ensure that certain Federal employees cannot hide behind immunity.

    By Ron Paul
    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,


    No law of the United States shall be construed to confer any immunity for a Federal employee or agency or any individual or entity that receives Federal funds, who subjects an individual to any physical contact (including contact with any clothing the individual is wearing), x-rays, or millimeter waves, or aids in the creation of or views a representation of any part of a individual’s body covered by clothing as a condition for such individual to be in an airport or to fly in an aircraft. The preceding sentence shall apply even if the individual or the individual’s parent, guardian, or any other individual gives consent.

    Ron Paul introduced the “American Traveler Dignity Act” (HR 6416) with the following words. (This is a transcript of his actual speech.)

    Ron Paul: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise this evening to announce that I introduced some legislation today dealing with the calamity that we have found at our airports with TSA. Something has to be done. Everybody is fed up. The people are fed up, the pilots are fed up, I’m fed up.

    You know, I’ve come to this floor many times over the past many years and complained about the terrible foreign policy we’ve had, the terrible monetary policy we’ve had, the excessive spending and the debt and also the tax policy. But what we’re doing and what we’re accepting in putting up with at this airport is so symbolic of us just not standing up and saying, “Enough is enough”.

    I know the American people are starting to wake up, but our government, those in charge – Congress as well as the executive branch – are doing nothing. Yes, they’re talking about maybe backing off and allowing the pilots to go through. But can you think how silly the whole thing is? The pilot has a gun in the cockpit, and he’s managing this aircraft, which is a missile, and we make him go through this groping x-ray exercise, having people feeling their underwear. It’s absurd, and it’s time we wake up.

    The bill I’ve introduced will take care of this. But we have to realize that the real problem is that the American people have been too submissive, we have been too submissive. It’s been going on for a long time, and this was to be expected even from the beginning of the TSA and it’s deeply flawed. Private property should be protected by private individuals, not bureaucrats.

    But the bill that I’ve introduced will take care of it. It’s very simple, it’s one paragraph long. It removes the immunity from anybody in the federal government that does anything that you or I can’t do. If you can’t grope another person and if you can’t x-ray people and endanger them with possible x-rays, you can’t take nude photographs of individuals, why do we allow the government to do it? We would go to jail. He’d be immediately arrested if an individual citizen went out and did these things, and yet we just sit there calmly and say, “Oh, they’re making us safe”.

    And, besides, the argument from the executive branch is that when you buy a ticket, you have sacrificed your rights, and it is the duty of the government to make us safe. That isn’t the case. You never have to sacrifice your rights. The duty of the government is to protect our rights, not to abuse them and do what they have been doing to us. The pilots hopefully will be exempted from this.

    But another suggestion I have that might help us: let’s make sure that every member of Congress goes through this. Get the x-ray and make them look at the pictures, and then go through one of those groping pat downs. And then I think there will be a difference. Have everybody in the executive branch, anybody who is a cabinet member, make them go through it and look at it. Maybe they would pay more attention.

    But this doesn’t work, this is not what makes us safer, this is preposterous to think that the TSA has made us safer.

    You know, when you think about it, if you look at what’s happened over the past 10 years, during this last decade, we lost 3000 on a terrible, terrible day for America. But since that time in this last decade, we have also lost 6,000 of our military personnel going over there and trying to rectify this problem. We have lost 400,000 people on our government-run highways. We have lost 150,000 individuals from homicides. So I think there’s reason to be concerned, reason to deal with this problem. We’re not dealing with it the right way, we’re doing the wrong thing, and groping people at the airport doesn’t solve our problems.

    What has solved our problems, basically, has been that they put a good lock on the door and they put a gun inside the cockpit. That’s been the greatest boon to our safety. Safety should be the responsibility of the individual and the private property owner. But right now, we assume the government’s always going to take care of us and we’re supposed to sacrifice our liberties. I say that is wrong, we are not safer and we also know there are individuals who are making money of this. Michael Chertoff; I mean, here’s a guy who was the head of the TSA – selling the equipment. And the equipment is questionable; we don’t even know if it works, and it may well be dangerous to our health.

    You know, the way I see this; if this doesn’t change, I see what has happened to the American people is we have accepted the notion that we should be treated like cattle. “Make us safe, make us secure, put us into barbed wire, feed us, fatten us up”, and then they’ll eat us. And we’re a bunch of cattle if we have to wait and say, “We’ve had it”. I think this whole idea of an opt-out day is just great. We ought to opt-out and make the point, get somebody to watch it and take a camera, it’s time for the American people to stand up, shrug off the shackles of our government and TSA at the airport.

    These are Ron Paul’s prepared remarks:

    Ron Paul: Mr. Speaker, today I introduce legislation to protect Americans from physical and emotional abuse by federal Transportation Security Administration employees conducting screenings at the nation’s airports. We have seen the videos of terrified children being grabbed and probed by airport screeners. We have read the stories of Americans being subjected to humiliating body imaging machines and/or forced to have the most intimate parts of their bodies poked and fondled. We do not know the potentially harmful effects of the radiation emitted by the new millimeter wave machines.

    In one recent well-publicized case, a TSA official is recorded during an attempted body search saying, “By buying your ticket you gave up a lot of rights.” I strongly disagree and am sure I am not alone in believing that we Americans should never give up our rights in order to travel. As our Declaration of Independence states, our rights are inalienable. This TSA version of our rights looks more like the “rights” granted in the old Soviet Constitutions, where freedoms were granted to Soviet citizens — right up to the moment the state decided to remove those freedoms.

    The incident of the so-called “underwear bomber” last Christmas is given as justification for the billions of dollars the federal government is spending on the new full-body imaging machines, but a Government Accountability Office study earlier this year concluded that had these scanners been in use they may not have detected the explosive material that was allegedly brought onto the airplane. Additionally, there have been recent press reports calling into question the accuracy and adequacy of these potentially dangerous machines.

    My legislation is simple. It establishes that airport security screeners are not immune from any US law regarding physical contact with another person, making images of another person, or causing physical harm through the use of radiation-emitting machinery on another person. It means they are subject to the same laws as the rest of us.

    Imagine if the political elites in our country were forced to endure the same conditions at the airport as business travelers, families, senior citizens, and the rest of us. Perhaps this problem could be quickly resolved if every cabinet secretary, every member of Congress, and every department head in the Obama administration were forced to submit to the same degrading screening process as the people who pay their salaries.

    I warned at the time of the creation of the TSA that an unaccountable government entity in control of airport security would provide neither security nor defend our basic freedom to travel. Yet the vast majority of both Republicans and Democrats then in Congress willingly voted to create another unaccountable, bullying agency– in a simple-minded and unprincipled attempt to appease public passion in the wake of 9-11. Sadly, as we see with the steady TSA encroachment on our freedom and dignity, my fears in 2001 were justified.

    The solution to the need for security at US airports is not a government bureaucracy. The solution is to allow the private sector, preferably the airlines themselves, to provide for the security of their property. As a recent article in Forbes magazine eloquently stated, “The airlines have enormous sums of money riding on passenger safety, and the notion that a government bureaucracy has better incentives to provide safe travels than airlines with billions of dollars worth of capital and goodwill on the line strains credibility.” In the meantime, I hope we can pass this legislation and protect Americans from harm and humiliation when they choose to travel.


  32. 90 Quantum Leap August 9, 2012 at 7:16 pm

    Ron Paul to TSA: Stop Irradiating Our Bodies and Fondling Our Children!
    on November 17, 2010

  33. 91 Quantum Leap August 9, 2012 at 7:19 pm

    I posted what makes me feel good. Ron Paul for the nom in Tampa. Divine Mother hear our prayer.

  34. 92 drkate August 9, 2012 at 10:37 pm

    Tracy responds to Peter King…now he wants to repeal everything that Obama has done:

  35. 93 Voco Indubium August 9, 2012 at 11:35 pm

    “In fact, the latest Barack vs. Romney polls show that of the 930 voters sampled via land and cell phones, a larger percentage say they trust Obama especially regarding foreign policy and moving the economy forward. “ Source:

    Foreign policy?

    Economy forward? After the still high unemployment and record high debt?

    So much about the wisdom of the voters. I was told by some of you, a few days ago, that I should trust the wonderful will of people.

    • 94 drkate August 10, 2012 at 7:47 am

      So you believe everything the polls tell you? C’mon, you can’t have it both ways. The polls are rigged and you know it. You are looking for reasons to say ‘i told you so’ and they don’t fly. Get a grip and have a little more critical thinking please.

      • 95 Voco Indubium August 10, 2012 at 4:59 pm

        RE: “.. you believe everything the polls tell you? ”

        Hope you are right about the polls. I know that they are often biased. But the GOP is not fighting back the lies and unfair campaign ads effectively. The fictional tax issue cost R several points in popularity, that is a fact. The vicious TV ads are effective even if fictional. I don’t see the GOP fighting back in the same manner.

        I am not looking for “I told you so”. I am saying what I see. Being right or wrong of one person is insignificant. I was optimistic in 2008 (and wrong) I am pessimistic now, because I don’t see significant differences in the GOP’s attitude, while the Dems are even more aggressive.

        • 96 drkate August 10, 2012 at 5:07 pm

          “hope you are right about the polls” ??? Its not me, you have to do some critical thinking and research to know this for yourself…start searching, not hoping.

          • 97 heather August 10, 2012 at 9:29 pm

            I’ve gotten to the point that I don’t even believe the debt deficit–how do we know they’re even telling the truth about that. I believe nothing coming from DC at all.

            The polls tell us what the media wants us to think—its called brainwashing and control.

            Read other blogs and comments and the people HATE him.

  36. 98 heather August 10, 2012 at 8:30 am

    just look what these evil bastar$s NWO thugs have done to people worldwide. This is absolutely pathetic and hillary whines about UN human atrosities.

    these european people need to stand up to their rotten to the core govt and demand no more NWO thuggery. this is eartbreaking.

  37. 104 Quantum Leap August 10, 2012 at 3:56 pm

    Barry, well they say it’s Barry but he never has an idea of his own, asks for nearly 600MM to help fund homeless HIV peeps and to provide interim housing for addicts… Now I can live with that. At last the peeps at home get a piece of the pie instead of funding wars and petty dictators. Now don’t go crying off your rockers die hard neo-cons. This is a good thing. Mother Teresa would love it. Charity begins at home. That’s what tax dollars are for.

    • 105 parker August 10, 2012 at 10:22 pm

      Obama has imported a large number of African aids victims. I wonder if he gives them condoms before they go prowling around on Saturday nights. But their medical care if FREE…like the illegal aliens’ care…on our backs.

  38. 106 Quantum Leap August 10, 2012 at 3:57 pm

    Have a great weekend everyone.

  39. 107 Quantum Leap August 10, 2012 at 4:03 pm

    And to Barry. You get one gold star today you evil twit.
    And Mitt wit’s eyes creep me out.

  40. 108 Quantum Leap August 10, 2012 at 4:07 pm

    To all the kool-aide drinkers

  41. 109 Quantum Leap August 10, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    And to Super Star Haley Reinhart who helped get me through. OH MY!

  42. 116 drkate August 10, 2012 at 5:04 pm

    The battle to define Mitt Romney is over, and Romney lost:

    • 119 Quantum Leap August 11, 2012 at 8:16 pm

      Heather-First Ladies are NOT are employees but since over 23 people have been hired by Michelle and the taxpayers pay their salaries she is a government employee — and an unelected one at that! Michelle could be catagorized as an appointed czar given the authority by the president to make and fund implementation of public policy. We already pay her salary and her many trips designed to look like vacations but are not. Her trip to Spain was to set up the vote cheating for 2012 with that company based in Spain and related to Soros.

  43. 120 parker August 10, 2012 at 10:55 pm

    The aliens will make their grand reveal and Obama will brag that he’s been working with them to solve the crises facing our planet – a fluff cloud (magnetized plasma) due to arrive in December, or Nibiru’s threat. I think Romney would like to see us not get mowed down by the Russian mercenaries planted all over our country…in fact, they may be Obama’s “domestic army” ready to do his bidding, All O has to do is to announce that the US ended with W and that he’s been working on saving the planet and that we can’t function any longer as individual countries. He will announce that he has been elected as Leader of the NWO.

    It looks like we are looking at an imminent pole shift. Govt leaders are ramping up military operations in their countries in attempts to help the species survive. But if you don’t have a ticket to the underground bunker, your chances are slim. The kicker is what is planned for us in the meantime. It has been awful enough to have this joker as our “leader,” but to have to be pawns of his murderous, bloody fingers is just a little much – especially as we will be fighting for our very lives in these most difficult times.

  44. 121 Troy August 11, 2012 at 2:27 am

    Sorry if already posted….I’m running behind schedule on my blog reading.
    Obama Linked Directly to Solyndra Scandal – By The Washington Post !

  45. 122 Bob's Box August 11, 2012 at 2:38 am


    And so the attack from those who believe in Liberty…and neither Ryan/Romney nor Obama/Biden believe in it begins…

    RON PAUL 2012!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 123 heather August 11, 2012 at 12:36 pm

      They all supported the patriot act–it was designed that way–after all we were “being attacked” by terrorists without a country! That’s what was SOLD to the american people, then comes the Patriot Act which has control over our constitution.

      All terrorists are in our gvt in DC–no need for any of these laws written by GWB–get rid of them, get rid of DHS, EPA, DOE–get rid of most of these money grabbing socialist agencies set up to control us and get us out of the UN. Return us back to America.

      Paul Ryan was an awesome pick for VP!

    • 124 Quantum Leap August 11, 2012 at 6:47 pm

      Keep ’em coming BB. Your posts are great.

  46. 125 parker August 11, 2012 at 5:12 pm


    Paul Ryan is the best of the best…

    These men have their work cut out for them – there is no time to waste to back them. Time to get behind them! Now if we can help those 80 million unemployed souls get re-registered to vote since they are now homeless, jobless, and scattered all over the country.

  47. 127 Quantum Leap August 11, 2012 at 6:55 pm

    Ryan is a phoney just like Willard is. Michelle Bachmann is wayyyyyy better and has been fighting for us on the front lines when no one would listen.since 2008

    But Hey, Ron paul still has a chance at getting the nomination.
    The rest is all a dog and pony show.

    • 128 no-nonsense-nancy August 11, 2012 at 7:15 pm

      Wasn’t Paul Ryan at Bilderberg this year? Not surprised he is the pick. Me thinks the cart has been put before the horse again.

  48. 131 Quantum Leap August 11, 2012 at 7:54 pm

    Michelle Obama Has her Own Skeletons
    Just Like Her Husband Barack Obama
    ©ObamaHustle 2012
    March 23, 2012
    The so-called First Lady of The United States of America, Michelle Obama, has a few skeletons of her own that she needs to explain away.

    Last spring as I was collecting the many addresses and social security numbers that Barack Obama has been using for several years, an interesting anomaly popped up. It was a discovery that Michelle Obama has been using several bogus social security numbers, and some are attached to actual living persons.

    A search from the state of TX for Michelle Obama yielded one hit for the SSN 435-87-XXXX, and it clearly shows a link to Michelle Obama and five separate listings for the same SSN. Also note the date of her connection to this number in 08/2008, the same year as the presidential election.

    Below is just one example of the many social security numbers that Michelle Obama has been connected with since 2008, the summer before Obama’s historical election. The address is located at Dover Dr. in McKinney, TX which is a valid address.

    The two important questions that need an explanation are:

    Why was Michelle Obama using this bogus SSN?

    Why is her name associated with this address in McKinney, TX?

    Clearly there is a history of the Obamas using fraudulent social security numbers in an attempt to hide what they have been doing for several years, and what that is, only they can answer.

    Since my discovery earlier this spring of the additional Obama social security numbers and the additional addresses for the Obama’s spanning the United States, one can only wonder as to what their activities were leading up to the 2008 Presidential election.

    It is well known that the Obamas were assisted in their presidential efforts by organizations such as ACORN, and SEIU. Many other organizations have come under scrutiny for their activities associated with voter fraud across many states leading up to Obama’s historic election in 2008.

    The data does not lie.

  49. 132 Quantum Leap August 11, 2012 at 7:57 pm

    I wonder if Michelle passes E-verify? I also wonder if Michelle is Michelle or Michael. What verification do we have that she is who she says and that she was born and raised in Chicago, other than what she says? Have we really looked at Fugly Flo? She is no innocent in this con game.

    What possessed both she and BHO to allow their heralded law degrees to go inactive or expire? Such peculiarities for one couple. Do you know of anyone else with so many abnormalities in their history and documentation?

    • 133 Jan Rogers August 11, 2012 at 8:57 pm

      QL, both of their law licenses were “surrendered” under pressure of surrrender your license or face charges.

      • 134 hammer and nail August 11, 2012 at 11:03 pm

        yep rule 770
        Michelle was disbarred after only 4 years practice
        she had to have been a REAL SCUMBAG to get the boot that fast

    • 135 heather August 12, 2012 at 1:24 pm

      I still think she is a transvestite–her features are all to masculine and look at the size of her. I don’t think she is who she says she is at all. Yep she was probably affirmative action-remember how anti american racist she was when she went to Princeton–stating that she felt discriminated against–remember how she bad mouth princton u!

  50. 137 Quantum Leap August 11, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    Was Michelle an affirmative action admission to the university too?

  51. 138 Quantum Leap August 11, 2012 at 8:02 pm

    On January 21st, 2009, his very first day in office, Barack Obama implemented and signed into law Executive Order 13489.For those of you who can’t take the time to read it,here is the section that applies:”Sec.2 Notice Of Intent To Disclose Presidential Records When the Archivist provides notice to the incumbent and former Presidents of his intent to disclose Presidential records pursuant to section 1270.46 of the NARA regulations, the Archivist, using any guidelines providied by the incumbent and former Presidents, shall identify any specific materials, the disclosure of which he believes may raise a substantial question of executive privilege.”

    Now for all of you who commented on our previous articles that we were no more that right-wing nut jobs, that this thing about Obama’s birth certificate was a non-issue, and those of you who tried to shift the focus of the stories, doesn’t this strike you as just a little odd?

    That the first order of business Obama took care of on day one of his Presidency was to sign off on an Executive Order that states that only the records he chooses to be made public will be released?

    This is the subject that was at the absolute top of his agenda?

    If this isn’t proof that Obama is hiding something, I don’t know what is.

    • 139 heather August 12, 2012 at 1:18 pm

      QL–of course he is a kenyan and of course he is NOT a NBC of America–and I remember well when he signed his secret documents–and thats when congress and the scotus should have stepped in and demanded to see them.

      They are all as guilty as he is. Traitors.

  52. 143 Jan Rogers August 22, 2012 at 11:03 pm

    This is from January, 2011, didn’t know Rachel would do this type of reporting

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