The Invisible Man
On January 20, 2009, Barack Hussein Obama became the 44th President of the United States after running on a campaign platform of hope and change. He also pledged to fundamentally return America to her course of greatness. Eight years after 911, six years into the Iraq war, and only a year into the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, Americans came out in droves | Read More »
Tags: "The Crisis Too Good To Waste"
, American Military
, Banking crisis
, crushing debt
, global terrorism
, obama transparency
, Presidential leadership
, race oppression
, Rules for Radicals
, Saul Alinsky
, The Invisible Man
The H1N1 Swine Flu Pandemic That Never Existed Is Over.
Trying to start a crisis too good to waste just bit them in the arse. If I do anything with my newly acquired ‘forced downtime’, I’m gonna make damn sure this one item gets out as far and wide as possible…….. Sodding frauds, the lot of them. www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE66J01820100720 (Reuters) – The World Health Organization’s emergency committee intends to convene as early as Tuesday to review | Read More »
The United States Of America Officially Condemns Israel.
Video of United States Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton on CNN…….. http://www.thefoxnation.com/gaza-flotilla-raid/2010/06/01/hillary-condemns-israeli-raid-terror-linked-flotilla That’s about the size of it. Obama, Rahm, Hillary, Harold Koh, Samantha Power and the rest…….. Elections have consequences. === === === === === === I figure there’s just maybe a week (two at most) before a few things happen: 1. At the next ‘totally and completely unprovoked incident’, The United States will | Read More »
Obama – More troops? Not exactly….. But The Taliban should be part of the Afghan government.
I am about to lose all semblence of decorum and civility. Just off the wire…… via AP. http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_US_AFGHANISTAN?SITE=NMALJ&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT President Barack Obama is prepared to accept some Taliban involvement in Afghanistan’s political future and appears inclined to send only as many more U.S. troops as needed to keep al-Qaida at bay, a senior administration official said Thursday. The sharpened focus by Obama’s team on fighting al-Qaida | Read More »