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Barack Obama’s Oil Spill Speech; The “I’s” say it all!

The June 15, 2001 Oval Office Address (Short Version): “I’ve returned … I assembled a team … I’d like to lay out … I’ve authorized … I urge the governors … I saw and heard … I’ve talked … I’ve seen … I’ve talked … I refuse … I will meet … I make … I asked … I approved … I want to know … I met with … I’ve established … I’ve issued … I know … I urge … I expect … I was a candidate … I laid out … I say … I am happy … I will not accept … I will not settle…” by Barack Hussein Obama

Typical self promotion and campaign like pitch for his energy (Cap and Trade) programs. Where has he been for the past 53 days? He has been partying and playing and avoiding the issue. Where is FEMA? Have they been made aware that this is Obama’s “Katrina”?
How, in good consious can Barack Obama use a tragedy like we have not seen before to his own political advantage? How can Barack Obama blame the admisistration of President George W. Bush for this tragedy?

Lots of questions and Obama’s has “I’s”

RWD

Only 949 days left for Obama!

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People Said What Barack Hussein Obama Did, Didn’t Matter at ALL! or Does it???

The Fundamental Transformation of America

When Obama wrote a book and said he was mentored as a youth by Frank, (Frank Marshall Davis) an avowed Communist, people said it didn’t matter.

• When it was discovered that his grandparents, were strong socialist, sent Obama’s mother to a socialist school, introduced Frank Marshall Davis to young Obama, people said it didn’t matter.

• When people found out that he was enrolled as a Muslim child in school and his father and step father were both Muslims, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he wrote in another book he authored “I will stand with them (Muslims) should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.” people said it didn’t matter.

• When he admittedly, in his book, said he chose Marxist friends and professors in college, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he traveled to Pakistan , after college on an unknown national passport, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he sought the endorsement of the Marxist party in 1996 as he ran for the Illinois Senate, people said it doesn’t matter.
• When he sat in a Chicago Church for twenty years and listened to a preacher spew hatred for America and preach black liberation theology, people said it didn’t matter.
• When an independent Washington organization, that tracks senate voting records, gave him the distinctive title as the “most liberal senator,” people said it didn’t matter.
• When the Palestinians in Gaza , set up a fund raising telethon to raise money for his election campaign, people said it didn’t matter.
• When his voting record supported gun control, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he refused to disclose who donated money to his election campaign, as other candidates had done, people said it didn’t matter.

• When he received endorsements from people like Louis Farrakhan and Mummar Kadaffi and Hugo Chavez, people said it didn’t matter.
• When it was pointed out that he was a total, newcomer and had absolutely no experience at anything except community organizing, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he chose friends and acquaintances such as Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn who were revolutionary radicals, people said it didn’t matter. |
• When his voting record in the Illinois senate and in the U.S. Senate came into question, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he refused to wear a flag, lapel pin and did so only after a public outcry, people said it didn’t matter.
• When people started treating him as a Messiah and children in schools were taught to sing his praises, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he stood with his hands over his groin area for the playing of the National Anthem and Pledge of Allegiance, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he surrounded himself in the White house with advisors who were pro gun control, pro abortion, pro homosexual marriage and wanting to curtail freedom of speech to silence the opposition people said it didn’t matter.
• When he aired his views on abortion, homosexuality and a host of other issues, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he said he favors sex education in Kindergarten, including homosexual indoctrination, people said it didn’t matter.
• When his background was either scrubbed or hidden and nothing could be found about him, people said it didn’t matter.
• When the place of his birth was called into question, and he refused to produce a birth certificate, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he had an association in Chicago with Tony Rezco, a man of questionable character, who is now in prison and had helped Obama to a sweet deal on the purchase of his home, people said it didn’t matter.
• When it became known that George Soros, a multi-billionaire Marxist, spent a ton of money to get him elected, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he started appointing czars that were radicals, revolutionaries, and even avowed Marxist/Communist, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he stood before the nation and told us that his intentions were to “fundamentally transform this nation” into something else, people said it didn’t matter.
• When it became known that he had trained ACORN workers in Chicago and served as an attorney for ACORN, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he appointed cabinet members and several advisors who were tax cheats and socialists, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he appointed a science czar, John Holdren, who believes in forced abortions, mass sterilizations and seizing babies from teen mothers, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he appointed Cass Sunstein as regulatory czar and he believes in “Explicit Consent”, harvesting human organs without family consent, and to allow animals to be represented in court, while banning all hunting, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he appointed Kevin Jennings, a gay organizer of a group called gay, lesbian, straight, Education network, as safe school czar and it became known that he had a history of bad advice to teenagers, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he appointed Mark Lloyd as diversity czar and he believed in curtailing free speech, taking from one and giving to another to spread the wealth and admires Hugo Chavez, people said it didn’t matter.
• When Valerie Jarrett was selected as Obama’s senior White House advisor and she is an avowed Socialist, people said it didn’t matter.

• When Anita Dunn, White House Communications director said Mao Tse Tung was her favorite philosopher and the person she turned to most for inspiration, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he appointed Carol Browner as global warming czar, and she is a well known socialist working on Cap and trade as the nations largest tax, people said it doesn’t matter.
• When he appointed Van Jones, an ex-con and avowed Communist as green energy czar, who since had to resign when this was made known, people said it didn’t matter.
• When Tom Daschle, Obama’s pick for health and human services secretary could not be confirmed, because he was a tax cheat, people said it didn’t matter.
• When as president of the United States, he bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia , people said it didn’t matter.
• When he traveled around the world criticizing America and never once talking of her greatness, people said it didn’t matter.
• When his actions concerning the middle-east seemed to support the Palestinians over Israel , our long time friend, people said it doesn’t matter.

• When he took American tax dollars to resettle thousands of Palestinians from Gaza to the United States, people said it doesn’t matter.
• When he upset the Europeans by removing plans for a missile defense system against the Russians, people said it doesn’t matter.
• When he played politics in Afghanistan by not sending troops the Field Commanders said we had to have to win, people said it didn’t matter.

• When he started spending us into a debt that was so big we could not pay it off, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he took a huge spending bill under the guise of stimulus and used it to pay off organizations, unions and individuals that got him elected, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he took over insurance companies, car companies, banks, etc. people said it didn’t matter.
• When he took away student loans from the banks and put it through the government, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he designed plans to take over the health care system and put it under government control, people said it didn’t matter.
• When he set into motion a plan to take over the control of all energy in the United States through Cap and Trade, people said it didn’t matter.

When he finally completed his transformation of America into a Socialist State, people finally woke up…..but it was too late..

RWD

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Obama’s Man Rahm Emanuel “RAHMS” Obama’s Bills Through Congress – It’s Chicago Style Politics by Chicago Style Thugs!

You might think that passing a bill through Congress is a really difficult and honorable task that involves late night debates, hours spent analyzing proposals and reading legislation, policy wonks splitting hairs over detailed issues, and a healthy dose of respectful opposition and transparency. Oh boy, would you be wrong. In this Congress, it’s rahm rahm rahm, Chicago-style.

According to recent reports, Congressional leaders are censoring congressional mailings to avoid the appearance of two sides to the health care debate. And what is being censored? Democrats should be called “the majority,” and the “public option” cannot under any circumstances be called “government-run.” Not being able to say the “public option” is government-run is like being told you cannot call the Earth a planet. It’s simply incompatible with common sense, and the facts.
So for education purposes, here is an updated lesson on how a bill becomes a law in Washington.

Introduce a Bill, But Not the One You Really Plan on Passing: On Friday, June 26, 2009, the House of Representatives voted on final passage of the Waxman-Markey Cap and Trade Bill, a major piece of global warming legislation this year that will have a huge effect on the economy and the price Americans pay for energy. Both sides of this debate spent months arguing over the details. And then, at 3:09 am on June 26, the morning of the vote, the majority added over 300 pages to the bill. As of the final vote, not one member had a clear idea what was contained in that amendment.
Do Not, Under Any Circumstances, Read the Bill: Reading the bill will only confuse the process and, according to Congressman John Conyers (D-MI), it will also take upwards of two days and two staffers, so it is not worth it. At the National Press Club this week, Congressman Conyers said: “I love these members that get up and say, ‘read the bill.’ What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand pages, and you don’t have two days and two lawyers to find out what it means after you read the bill?”

Further, Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said “If every member pledged to not vote for [the health care bill] if they hadn’t read it in its entirety, I think we would have very few votes.” Hoyer continued: “I’m laughing because a) I don’t know how long this bill is going to be, but it’s going to be a very long bill.”

Make the Bill Very Long and Very Complicated: The best way to achieve the previous objective of not reading the bill is to take the length of War & Peace, double it, and then use that as a starting point. The current House version of health care legislation is over 1,000 pages long. The stimulus bill was over 1,500 pages long. The Cap and Trade bill was over 1,000 pages long, and remember, had 300 pages added at the last minute. No sneaky spending hidden in there, you can trust ‘em.

Bypass Your Committee: If the moderate voices of Congress wish to debate a bill in committee and propose alternative ideas, bypass the committee entirely. House Energy and Commerce Chairman Henry Waxman (D-CA) knows this rule well, and has suggested there is “no alternative” to bypassing the committee if Blue Dog Democrats don’t accept the terms of the deal he sets on health care reform this week. Yes, there is clearly no alternative.

Keep the American People in the Dark: When President Barack Obama took office, he promised on his transition website he would “not sign any non-emergency bill without giving the American public an opportunity to review and comment on the White House Web site for five days.” He failed to live to this promise on his very first piece of legislation. In fact, the website the White House unveiled to detail “transparent” stimulus spending was so bad, and lacked so little detail, that a cottage industry of private websites popped up to fill the void.
Censor the Opposition: If nobody reads the opposition, did it really exist? Of course not. In an attempt to keep the American people in the dark, you must not let them hear opposing views, especially during a week where the President sets aside one hour of primetime network television time to address his side. Congressman Kevin Brady (R-TX) tried recently to send a chart detailing the expansion of government under the current plan, and the House Franking Commission told him no, even though it did not challenge the chart’s accuracy or purpose. Congressman John Carter (R-TX) tried to call the public plan “government-run” and was promptly told to cease saying such obvious things. It’s much easier to pass a bill when you can write the talking points for both sides.

When the CBO Says Bad Things, Bring the Director in for a “Chat”: Last week, Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Director Douglas Elmendorf was summoned to the White House after his office released an analysis showing that the President’s health care plan would increase the deficit and not produce the savings it promised. This move was absolutely unprecedented, as Congressman Tom Price (R-GA) points out: “[This] reeks of the type of Chicago-style politics that Americans were warned about. The CBO was created to be independent and nonpartisan. To spoil that with political dealings in the West Wing only adds to American cynicism about the President’s misguided health care plan.”

So there you have the 2009 guide to passing a bill through Congress. There will certainly be changes to these rules, but we can’t promise you’ll be told of them.

RWD

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