Neil Abercrombie Obama birth certificate facts, Abercrombie found no birth certificate, Exists in the archives written down

Neil Abercrombie Obama birth certificate facts, Abercrombie found no birth certificate, Exists in the archives written down

“Oh the tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.”

“Birds of a feather flock together.”

“Why has Obama, since taking the White House, used Justice Department Attorneys, at taxpayer expense,  to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans

In a review that I wrote on September 2, 2011 of John Woodman’s new book, “Is Barack Obama’s Birth Certificate a Fraud?”, I wrote the following:

“Governor Abercrombie stated that he could find no birth certifcate for Obama. Only a notation.”

Mr. Woodman responded to that statement and others that I made.

“Instead, he claims, “Governor Abercrombie stated that he could find no birth certifcate for Obama. Only a notation,” — completely ignoring the evidence that I presented in the book as to what Governor Abercrombie actually did and did not say.

We might ask Mr. Wells to provide proof of his statement, to give us a direct and verified quote from Governor Abercrombie in which the Governor specifically stated that he found no birth certificate, and that he instead only found a notation.

But he can’t, because it doesn’t exist. I’ve looked.”

The astute reader will immediately notice that I did not provide a direct quote of Abercrombie. Instead I provided an accurate representation of what Abercrombie said and did.

Here are the facts.

From a Honolulu Star Advewrtiser of Governor Abercrombie January 18, 2011.

“Q: You stirred up quite a controversy with your comments regarding birthers and your plans to release more information regarding President Barack Obama’s birth certificate. How is that coming?

A: I got a letter from someone the other day who was genuinely concerned about it; it is not all just political agenda. They were talking on Olelo last night about this; it has a political implication for 2012 that we simply cannot have.

(Abercrombie said there is a recording of the birth in the State Archives and he wants to use that.)

It was actually written I am told, this is what our investigation is showing, it actually exists in the archives, written down …

…What I can do, and all I have ever said, is that I am going to see to it as governor that I can verify to anyone who is honest about it that this is the case.”

Read more:

http://www.staradvertiser.com/editorials/20110118_This_is_a_collaborative_endeavor.html

Anyone with average reading comprehension skills and vocabulary should notice that Abercrombie states “written down”  and that is one of the definitions of notation.

Next for my use of the word stated, one of the definitions of state.

State (verb): To express or present in a non verbal way.

Implied assertion: Evidence of the truth of some fact that can be inferred from some statement, behaviour, or conduct put forward as evidence in court.

Assertion: Positive statement.

To the best of my knowledge, Governor Abercrombie has not announced that he has located an original birth certificate proving Hawaiian birth for Obama.

Anyone really seeking the truth would be statisfied with the facts presented above. However, as the regulars on this blog are aware, I always try to provide as much verification as possible.

Mike Evans, a celebrity journalist, is a friend  of Governor Neil Abercrombie. Evans confirms that Abercrombie could find no birth certificate for Obama. Evans then trys to backtrack, but gets caught.

From The NY Daily News January 27, 2011.

“Evans went on to tell KQRS that he talked “with Neil’s office, Neil says that he’s searched everywhere using his power as governor” at the two hospitals Obama was likely born at in 1961 – Kapiolani Medical Center and Queens Medical Center – only to come up empty.

“There is no Barack Obama birth certificate in Hawaii,” Evans claimed he was told by the governor’s office. “Absolutely no proof that he was born in Hawaii… now [Abercrombie] admits, publically, that there is no birth certificate.”

Evans now says it was all a big misunderstanding.”

Read more:

http://articles.nydailynews.com/2011-01-27/news/27738132_1_barack-obama-president-obama-birth-certificate

From American Thinker February 13, 2011.

“But less than a month later, when it was Abercrombie’s turn to produce the long form, he turned up empty-handed, and instead offered some ambiguous lines about something “written down” that “actually exists.”
Enter a new player to the game: journalist friend of Abercrombie, Mike Evans, on the radio a few days later touting “There is no Barack Obama birth certificate in Hawaii — absolutely no proof at all that he was born in Hawaii.” Evans backtracked after the story went national, saying he “misspoke” and had not conversed personally with Abercrombie, and that this error occurred in only one of the 34 interviews he had done that morning.  Further research, however, found that Evans repeated his misstatement more than once and “appeared to be reading from a script and ad-libbing around it as he read.””

Read more:

 http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/02/the_birther_card.html

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256 responses to “Neil Abercrombie Obama birth certificate facts, Abercrombie found no birth certificate, Exists in the archives written down

  1. The whole thing is ridiculous. What isn’t ridiculous is how our country has been usurped.

  2. Look at the hand sign Abercrombie and that man are making on the first video…..

    I can assure you it isn’t the “Hook um Horns” for the University of Texas football team.

    This is the CLUB sign of the elite snobs. I saw the last Governor of Hawaii, a Republican, Linda Lingle giving that same sign once when she posed with Obama. The Clintons use it all the time. I have seen both Obamas flash it a lot. Most all high federal officials have used it at one time or the other.

    Go check it out on a search engine. Just type in : Sign of the Devil

    Then you tell me what they are telling us!

  3. Obama said he was born in a hospital, yet he and his team have made it obvious that they would rather take a scorched earth tactic and destroy the country, the world and all known existance, rather than simply show it.

    All he will show are abstracts slapped together by his buds.

    As I said before, it shows that either:

    a. there is no hosp gen bc

    b. the hosp gen bc doesn’t say what they are saying it says, or

    c there is additional info on the hosp gen bc that would “change everything”

  4. Looking under the hood. . .

    Rick Perry Proposed Bi-National Health Insurance with Mexico:

    http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/8851-rick-perry-proposed-bi-national-health-insurance-with-mexico

  5. rminnc | September 5, 2011 at 7:30 pm |
    Look at the hand sign Abercrombie and that man are making on the first video…..
    ===========================
    As I recall, when we went to Hawaii, We were told that it is a common Hawaiian surfing gesture that means “hang loose”. Relax. Take it easy.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaka_sign

  6. Mr. Woodman responded to that statement and others that I made.

    “Instead, he claims, “Governor Abercrombie stated that he could find no birth certifcate for Obama. Only a notation,” — completely ignoring the evidence that I presented in the book as to what Governor Abercrombie actually did and did not say.

    We might ask Mr. Wells to provide proof of his statement, to give us a direct and verified quote from Governor Abercrombie in which the Governor specifically stated that he found no birth certificate, and that he instead only found a notation.

    But he can’t, because it doesn’t exist. I’ve looked.”
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    Woodman is obviously a demRat tool

  7. Just keep in mind that the independents are the largest part of the electorate. Yes. Obama is radical, but so could be politicians on the right with their gung ho rants to abolish Medicare and Social Security. America needs to get rid of Obama so the GOP better not screw this up by being too radical themselves.

  8. Jimmy Hoffa Threatens GOP At Obama Event: “Lets Take These Son Of Bitches Out”

  9. Jonah | September 5, 2011 at 8:46 pm |

    Thanks Jonah.

  10. It is abundantly clear the demRats are planning violence for the 2012 elections. Not just bo but all the demRats are now inciting violence.

  11. My Fellow Citizens, :) , Where he was born is of no interest at this point, who he was the child of is. Natural born citizens are those born in the country to citizen parents. Allegedly, his mother was Stanley Ann, a very young lady, that hooked up with Barack Obama Sr. while in school on a foreign visa, he was never an american citizen. She went to kenya, had a child. They divorce, and she hooks up with another foreign citizen from Indonesia. Lolo Soetoro adopts him, and he becomes Barry Soetoro. Any questions?

  12. go easy on jimmy jr, heheh, he just doesn’t wanna end up next to pops. He’s ready willing and able to help out with whatever muscle is needed by his gangster gov puppet masters. He’s got a lot more chowin down to do and he’s not gonna end up a part of some foundation….end-zone… or junkyard even.

  13. http://www.thestatecolumn.com/articles/rick-perry-vs-mitt-romney-defines-gops-reagan-centennial-debate/

    On Wednesday, September 7th, Perry will attend his first GOP debate. The GOP’s Reagan Centennial debate will be co-sponsored by POLITICO and NBC News. “Our current economic climate reminds many Americans of the disastrous economic policies of the late 1970s, and of the need to elect a leader who will get America working again – just as President Reagan did in the 1980s,” Perry said in a statement about his decision to attend the GOP’s Reagan Centennial debate.

  14. I hope the GOP unites behind one candidate soon. We pretty much know the candidates’ strong points and weak points. The press may not like it, but I don’t want a fight within the GOP. We need to prepare to deal with these DemRats.

  15. Free Speech | September 5, 2011 at 9:01 pm |
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    I was at that Town Hall meeting that night. I left through another door and missed Gladney getting beat up by SEIU thugs. I did go to court to see the closing arguments. The jury took only 45 minutes. Can you believe that the two guys were acquitted?

  16. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2011/09/05/jimmy_hoffa_at_obama_event_on_gop_lets_take_these_son_of_bitches_out.html

    Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa had some profane, combative words for Republicans while warming up the crowd for President Obama in Detroit, Michigan on Monday.

    “We got to keep an eye on the battle that we face: The war on workers. And you see it everywhere, it is the Tea Party. And you know, there is only one way to beat and win that war. The one thing about working people is we like a good fight. And you know what? They’ve got a war, they got a war with us and there’s only going to be one winner. It’s going to be the workers of Michigan, and America. We’re going to win that war,” Jimmy Hoffa Jr. said to a heavily union crowd.

    “President Obama, this is your army. We are ready to march. Let’s take these son of bitches out
    and give America back to an America where we belong,” Hoffa added.

  17. look for your answers in the passport. There has to be someone involved in the passport break-in who is still alive. Perhaps the co-conspirator who worked for the Dep’t of State that handed passport info to the now (murdered) L.Q. Harris, Jr. That entire incident was just tooooo questionable yet obvious in hindsight. I have never heard if the murder was solved.
    http://obamarecords.com/?p=10

  18. Jonah | September 5, 2011 at 9:22 pm |
    Free Speech | September 5, 2011 at 9:01 pm |
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    I was at that Town Hall meeting that night. I left through another door and missed Gladney getting beat up by SEIU thugs. I did go to court to see the closing arguments. The jury took only 45 minutes. Can you believe that the two guys were acquitted?

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    Was that assault in St. Louis? Unfortunately most large cities even in Conservative States are controlled by corrupt demRat judges who routinely fix trials. So yes I am not surprised that the SEIU criminals were acquitted.

  19. Arent we all americans. Obama the great divider

  20. Tina | September 5, 2011 at 9:21 pm |
    I hope the GOP unites behind one candidate soon. We pretty much know the candidates’ strong points and weak points. The press may not like it, but I don’t want a fight within the GOP. We need to prepare to deal with these DemRats.
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    According to the pundits since the delegates are awarded proportionately and not winner take all, it will be a long drawn out battle probably between Romney and Perry. The also rans should withdraw now IMHO, all Bachmann, Santorum, Cain and Newt are doing at this point is syphoning votes from Perry who is the only conservative left with a chance to beat Romney and boHillary.

  21. Has anyone seen “The Undefeated” ? I read everyone must see it. It may not be available in every State at this point.

  22. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2011/09/05/obama_says_he_is_proud_of_hoffa.html

    When he took the stage, President Obama said he was “proud” of Jimmy Hoffa and other labor leaders.

    Prior to Obama’s appearance Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa told the crowd, speaking about Republicans, that we need to “take these son of bitches out.”

  23. Free Speech | September 5, 2011 at 9:29 pm |
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    Was that assault in St. Louis?
    ================================
    FS,
    Actually not city of St. Louis, but in St Louis County.
    SEIU thugs had slick lawyer paid by union and prosecuting attorney was pitiful, not prepared.

    http://biggovernment.com/jhoft/2011/07/12/not-guilty-seiu-thugs-cleared-in-brutal-gladney-beatdownupdate-gladney-reaction-video/

  24. Jonah | September 5, 2011 at 10:10 pm |

    The demRats have turned the USA into a 3rd World Thugocracy like Kenya.

  25. http://www.statesman.com/news/texas-politics/rick-perrys-a-competent-debater-in-texas-but-1818600.html

    Perry has been on the debate stage many times in his quarter-century as a politician, including five debates for governor. And in each case he has entered and exited the favorite — “no knockout blows” is a line often used in next-day news coverage. His own preparation and his opponents’ inexperience have helped Perry do well enough in debates to keep his campaign marching toward victory.

    Still, based on his debate experiences, Perry should do pretty well on Wednesday, said Cal Jillson, a political science professor at Southern Methodist University and a longtime Perry observer.

    “He’s got an attractive demeanor if he can hold the swagger in check a little bit,” Jillson said. “In this debate coming up, he’ll do well because he’s at his best in brief, bumper-sticker, red-meat answers.”

    In an October 2002 debate, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Tony Sanchez, who had made a fortune in the banking industry but never held elected office, used his opening statement to boast of “real-world experience” — nearly the exact language that GOP rival and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has hinted he’ll use to paint a contrast with the Texas governor.

    But Sanchez spent much of the night on the defensive.

    Perry does, in fact, go through numerous simulations before a debate, often using other politicians and longtime aides to portray his opponents. His campaign team crowds into these sessions and sprays him with criticism, which he is said to gamely absorb.

  26. Free Speech | September 5, 2011 at 9:37 pm |
    Tina | September 5, 2011 at 9:21 pm |
    I hope the GOP unites behind one candidate soon. We pretty much know the candidates’ strong points and weak points. The press may not like it, but I don’t want a fight within the GOP. We need to prepare to deal with these DemRats.
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    According to the pundits since the delegates are awarded proportionately and not winner take all, it will be a long drawn out battle probably between Romney and Perry. The also rans should withdraw now IMHO, all Bachmann, Santorum, Cain and Newt are doing at this point is syphoning votes from Perry who is the only conservative left with a chance to beat Romney and boHillary.

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    I would like to see some of the lesser candidates drop out too, and if they don’t, I don’t want to see them fight each other, and that includes Palin.

  27. Labor Day Message from Cody Robert Judy whose running for President in the Democrat Primary against Mr. Obama intong with campaign signs and a couple of links to recent interviews. Mr. Judy is the only presidential candidate talking about Obama’s eligibilty and he sued both Sen. McCain and Sen. Obama. Since none of the conservativety R candidates for President are speaking out about this horror upon our National Security and Economy in the palm of someone who isn’t qualified, I hope people concerned about it will support “The Cody Robert Judy for President 2012 U.S.C. Eligibility Campaign’. http://www.codyjudy.us

    http://www.codyjudy.us/codyrobertjudyforpresident2012_047.htm

  28. Tina | September 6, 2011 at 12:07 am |
    I would like to see some of the lesser candidates drop out too, and if they don’t, I don’t want to see them fight each other, and that includes Palin.
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    I agree they should not be violating President Reagan’s 11th commandment. It is ok for them to distinguish their positions on the issues but they should not be attacking each other. That is a real turn off.

  29. TINA. Quick question, were you a Hillary Clinton supporter last go around?

  30. The point being that we have two former Democrats conversing about how our Republican primary should be done.? I think that our field isn’t full enough.

  31. Somebody needs to remind Hoffa Jr. about what happened to his old man. He is starting to show his stupidity. He is a complete moron. Anybody knows that the TEA Party has not even been involved with the Teamster union, primarily because of people like Hoffa. He thinks that everybody is stupid like him,and will believe anything he says. That likelihood exists only with people who see him as God. Further there is a general belief floating around that it was Hoffa Jr. who did his own father in to gain control of the union. That is how Democrats,and unions alike do things.

  32. You can NEVER know enough about a candidate for POTUS. Watching him/her should go on right up to election day. As for preparing …….pray tell what are you preparing for a 6 month war or something? You are actually preparing to travel to a voting place,and cast your vote. How much preperation for this is necessary. As long as you have DONE YOUR HOMEWORK, you shouldn’t need any substantial PREPARATION. Either you vote YEA,OR NAY. I for one intend to vote NAY. I will be voting AGAINST Soetoro.

  33. I will do this by voting for the PERSON who I believe will be successful in defeating Soetoro, irregardless of any crossover votes. Party is no longer of much consideration. But of course if he is a CONSERVATIVE Democrat (there are a few) he/she would get equal consideration. I was a John Kennedy supporter in his election, but he was the last Democrat that I have ever supported. In reality I guess that I would be seen as a REPUBLICRAT. Right up to the moment I actually press the button,or pull the lever I can vote for either if he shows me that he will get
    the job at hand done . Either professional politician will play the game in the open, in a dank,smoke filled barroom, or behind closed doors at the capitol, but it IS what they do. It is up to we the people to sort out ,and install those who we believe will do what they are elected to do.

  34. Rick Perry’s record on immigration isn’t as bad as I thought. It’s worse! …

    http://dailycaller.com/2011/09/06/perry-on-immigration-worse-than-you-think/

  35. I could be wrong regarding my political beliefs,but it is the conviction which I have held in the past, to this day,and will continue to hold irregardless of what others might think about it. I vote my conviction…………BYE BYE ALL! Got an early doctors appointment today!

  36. Dual citizen Libtard convixcted of spying

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/06/us/06leak.html?_r=1&hp

    [In 2004, Mr. Leibowitz moved to Silver Spring, Md., outside Washington, where he was a leader in his synagogue. Mr. Silverstein said Mr. Leibowitz holds dual American and Israeli citizenship]

    BHO Dual Citizen, Trust him with the country’s secrets?

  37. Free Speech | September 5, 2011 at 9:46 pm | http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2011/09/05/obama_says_he_is_proud_of_hoffa.html

    When he took the stage, President Obama said he was “proud” of Jimmy Hoffa and other labor leaders.

    Prior to Obama’s appearance Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa told the crowd, speaking about Republicans, that we need to “take these son of bitches out.”
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    Poor BHO , all he could do is read the teleprompter, not an original thought in his head. LOL

  38. convixcted
    edit
    convicted

  39. Paxson | September 6, 2011 at 12:55 am |
    TINA. Quick question, were you a Hillary Clinton supporter last go around?

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    Tina like President Reagan and Governor Perry had the good sense to quit the democrat party and not support a demRat like boHillary in 2012.

    demRat paxson is obviously still working for boHillary 2012 campaign.

    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  40. http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0911/62700.html

    Isikoff got hold of the budget for Make Us Great Again, the pro-Rick Perry super PAC, and finds a hefty budget with plans for major ad blitzes to the tune of $45 million through the end of March and an additional $10 million after that:

    The first splash by Make Us Great Again may come shortly when it is planning to begin phase one of a four-phase strategy — a $5 million advertising buy on Fox News and Iowa TV stations aimed at building the Texas governor’s name identification and touting his economic record in Texas, according to one of the documents, a Power Point slide presentation the group has prepared for prospect donors.

    One of the prospective new ads, in an apparent attempt to play off the recent spate of bad weather news, depicts storm clouds of “recession, unemployment and debt” that, a narrator pronounces, “Barack Obama has brought” to Washington.

    “Rick Perry can make America great again,” the narrator continues. “As governor of Texas, Perry created 1 million new jobs, cut taxes and reduced waste — true conservative leadership that works. We’ve weathered the Obama storm long enough. Rick Perry for president.”

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0911/62700.html#ixzz1XB9dOnif

  41. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nov05election/detail?entry_id=96869#ixzz1XBEVxals

    Perry’s team put out an official notice of the change, saying that “Gov. Perry is cancelling the remainder of his South Carolina schedule today, including the Palmetto Freedom Forum, and tomorrow’s California schedule to return to Texas. Gov. Perry’s first priority is to the people of Texas during this natural disaster. The Governor is in close communication with emergency operations officials regarding fires in Texas, including discussions with emergency management leaders over the weekend and this morning.”

    In response to Fikac’s query about whether cancellation of his participation in the Wednesday Reagan Library debate is possible, Sullivan said there would be no change to his Wednesday schedule. “Still going to debate,” he wrote in an email.

    GOP Assemblyman Dan Logue, one of Perry’s earliest supporters in California and the founder of the state’s “Draft Perry” movement here, said it’s entirely understandable that the Texas governor would put off his trip here until Wednesday. The fires, Logue told us in an email, should be his first concern.

  42. Meanwhile, there’s new word on Perry’s plans surrounding the 90-minute debate at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, which is sponsored by NBC and Politico. The debate will be broadcast on NBC starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday (the San Francisco Chronicle/SFGate.com Politics Blog will blogging and reporting live from the scene and the spin room.)

    At the close of the debate, Perry plans an immediate post-debate rally with supporters and Republican grassroots activists at the Ventura Airport, then will jet down to San Diego for another victory rally with supporters that same night.

    And there’s word that Perry’s Orange County “meet and greet” in Rogers Garden near the Fashion Island mall, scheduled for the morning after the debate is already a hot ticket. GOP sources tell us the event was slated to accomodate 500 supporters; as of Friday, 1,400 were demanding to get in. “There’s have no more room,” one organizer told us.

    Already, a number of GOP fundrdaisers and supporters in CA intend to be on hand for Perry’s post-debate events, including his six fundraisers up and down the state on Thursday and Friday.

    We reported last week the details of the governor’s whirlwind California fundraising schedule, which includes a Friday stop in Silicon Valley. Here’s the link for details.

    Look for attendees at these events to include some prominent GOP insiders and fundraisers, like former state party chair Shawn Steele, who along with his wife Michelle Park Steele — the vice chair of the board of equalization and the highest ranking GOP Asian elected leader in California — are both helping Perry this week.

    Also expected: former state GOP chair Mike Schroeder, who was Mitt Romney’s campaign chair in Califonria in 2008. This time, he’s leaning heavily toward Perry, as are a number of other prominent Californians who were with the Massachusetts Governor last time around, as we reported Sunday in a story with Richard Dunham, Washington Bureau Chief for the Houston Chronicle and Hearst Newspapers.

    Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nov05election/detail?entry_id=96869#ixzz1XBFZFKcD

  43. So you quit being a Democrat yesterday and tell US what to think in our party today? Interesting. Also, newsflash FS. Despite your obsession with Hillary, she isn’t running in 2012.

  44. I Hope He Fails!

    WILL POLITICOS AND TALKING HEADS SUCCEED IN COVERING UP OBAMA’S INELIGIBILITY?

    by Neil Turner

  45. http://www.mediaite.com/tv/joe-scarborough-obama-should-call-out-violent-rhetoric-of-jimmy-hoffa-jr/

    The Jimmy Hoffa deconstruction tour continued today, this time on Morning Joe, who came back from a Labor Day weekend and jumped all over the union leader’s weekend comments which have been exemplified as irresponsible hyperbole. Joe Scarborough criticized what he deems as the hypocritical media for ignoring the story, and President Obama for failing to call out the “violent rhetoric.”

  46. bob strauss | September 6, 2011 at 10:05 am |

    I Hope He Fails!

    WILL POLITICOS AND TALKING HEADS SUCCEED IN COVERING UP OBAMA’S INELIGIBILITY?

    by Neil Turner

    Sorry forgot link
    http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/09/05/i-hope-he-fails/

  47. http://news.yahoo.com/tea-party-group-hoffa-resign-193804712.html

    “If even one member of the Tea Party is harmed by anyone after Hoffa’s call to violence, then Hoffa should be held accountable by the Justice System and Charged appropriately,” the group said.

  48. Part of Bridgette’s comment at wtpotus:

    http://wtpotus.wordpress.com/2011/09/05/well-probe-this-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-61991

    “From the Left newspaper in AZ – guess they don’t like the publicity the forgery is getting! So attack Joe and wackjob birthers! Steve is a Lemon…aptly named. This is one nasty article! How many colorful rotten adjectives can he use? He must have a list that he refers to. This guy gets paid to write vitriol.

    [Joe Arpaio’s Birther “Probe” Scores Him Cover of Globe
    By Stephen Lemons Mon., Sep. 5 2011 at 11:26 AM]

    The Left are furious..you can read the comments. They must have been called out in force! Tea Hee!”

  49. One thing is certain Hoffa had BETTER remember what he done to his own father. Most people have not yet forgotten that,even though he thinks he is SUPERMAN. If he tries to send his goon squad to the WRONG place he will probably get to join his father. He is an insignificant loud mouthed,horse’s ASS. He is soon to learn this……. possibly the HARD WAY.

  50. I can show people a very long list of truckers who HATE HOFFA’S ASS,and if they are riled might just put him in a hospital for a really long time.

  51. Whatever Hoffa’s father was he at least commanded the respect of the greater trucker masses. These people are still around and they have NOT FORGOTTEN JUNIOR.

  52. Hoffa needs to tone down his rhetoric, becauswe he will push the older ,and SMARTER truckers over the edge…….after which ..if he is still able he will need to keep his mouth CLOSED.

  53. The VIOLENT RHETORIC of the demRats is DISGUSTING! All the DISGUSTING demRats will be held accountable by the Perry Justice Department.

  54. Hoffa could easily start a war within the Teamster’s Union. There is not much cement holding him in place. The only reason why he has survived is that the trucking industry itself is getting hit hard once again by the railroads,fuel costs are already at the moon, and now the Washington aholes are trying to force owners to dispose of rigs that aren’t yet even 5 years old just because these tractors happen to have been built before the Washington a$$hole know it all jerks changed the emissions standards for those tractors. Owners are REALLY PISSED,and believe me it won’t take much for them to zero in on a SCAPEGOAT.

  55. My own BROTHER IN LAW who is in his 60s is an excellent example of the really pissed off owner operators. At literally every turn in the road they are getting hit with either NEW PHONIED UP STATE TAXES,or HYPER INFLATED FUEL PRICES. Fuel is part of operating costs. If operating costs go out of sight so goes the trucking industry. Let Hoffa DO IT…….HE is the FEARED PERSUADER, so he says………..more like POOPER SCOOPER!

  56. Hoffa puts me in mind of Abercrombie, they even look alike. Abercrombie in turn puts me in mind of BOSS HOGG in the Dukes of Hazard.

  57. BYE BYE all I’m out of here. Gotta patch the roof on my DIRTY LITTLE TRAILER.

  58. Back for just a minute!
    If the fed put the unemployment money in the Texas account I ask…. did Perry give it back, or did he keep it.? Just askin………because it could say something about Perry. So far he seems to be moving up nicely. Perhaps I will even put him on my list to watch. I am starting to take an interest.

  59. The Texas brush fires will continue to burn whether Perry is there or not. He needs to turn the firefighting over to his lieutenant governor, and get the hell to California while it is vulnerable………..which Brown ISN’T helping. He nearly spent California into bankruptcy the last time he was governor. Since the state is already technically bankrupt perhaps he can invent a way to KEEP IT BANKRUPT.

  60. Somebody is Ringing the BELL….Treason!!!

    Bombshell: Elected Official Names Obama in Commission of Treason!
    The Post & Email

    http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/09/05/bombshell-elected-official-names-obama-in

  61. Right now I am NOT SEEING any viable options to PERRY. Sadly the others do not seem to be garnering much publicity. I am neither a believer in the Mormon faith,nor do I enjoy CLAMBAKES……….BYE BYE I am out of here for the rest of the day.Have a great day…all.

  62. Gov Perry’s decision to stay in Texas to help with the Fire Crisis and not
    play politics is admirable.

  63. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/michele-bachmann-loses-campaign-manager-ed-rollins-top-132012182.html

    Ed Rollins is stepping down as Michele Bachmann’s presidential campaign manager, while deputy campaign manager David Polyansky is leaving the Minnesota congresswoman’s team. The senior departures from the Bachmann campaign come as new polling indicates that the candidate is losing ground to Texas Gov. Rick Perry in the Republican primary race.

    Rollins himself argued in a Washington Post interview published Sunday that Perry’s entry into the race blunted Bachmann’s momentum. Perry announced his candidacy on the day of the Ames straw poll, and Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty withdrew after his disappointing finish in the poll–and both moves, Rollins argued, undercut Bachmann’s bid to build a significant lead from her straw poll victory.

    Rollins had also told the Post that Americans now view the 2012 GOP campaign as a two-way race between Perry and Mitt Romney. “The Perry-Romney race is now the story, with us the third candidate,” Rollins said. He predicted the upcoming presidential debates would afford Bachmann a chance to recapture momentum in the race.

    Staff turnover is nothing new for the congresswoman. She has a reputation in Washington for going through employees rapidly; she has, for example, acquired several new chiefs-of-staff during a relatively brief tenure. Some strategists and pundits, such as National Journal’s Major Garrett, have speculated that the high turnover on Bachmann’s congressional staff could bode ill for her presidential campaign.

  64. http://www.minnpost.com/minnpotus/2011/06/28/29546/former_bachmann_chief_of_staff_ron_carey_says_shes_not_ready_to_be_president

    Ron Carey, the former Minnesota Republican state chair, former chief of staff for Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and a native Iowan, has an op-ed in today’s Des Moines Register touting former Gov. Tim Pawlenty and dissing Bachmann.

    He writes:

    Having seen the two of them, up close and over a long period of time, it is clear to me that while Tim Pawlenty possesses the judgment, the demeanor, and the readiness to serve as president, Michele Bachmann decidedly does not.

    Carey resigned as her chief of staff a year ago, after five months on the job, and has made no secret of his feelings about her abilities. He continues today:

    The Bachmann campaign and congressional offices I inherited were wildly out of control. Stacks upon stacks of unopened contributions filled the campaign office while thousands of communications from citizens waited for an answer. If she is unable, or unwilling, to handle the basic duties of a campaign or congressional office, how could she possibly manage the magnitude of the presidency?

  65. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Elections/President/2011/0812/Invisible-presence-at-GOP-debate-in-Iowa-Rick-Perry

    He wasn’t in the auditorium, but Texas Gov. Rick Perry loomed large over the eight candidates sparring at the GOP presidential debate Thursday night in Ames, Iowa.

  66. http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/09/05/perry-says-hes-not-focused-on-politics-but-fires/

    CNN) – As wildfires continue to ravage the Texas landscape, presidential candidate Rick Perry said his mind is on the Lone Star State this week, not politics.

    “I’m not paying any attention to politics right now,” the Texas governor said at a press conference in Bastrop County Monday. “There’s plenty of time to take care of that. People’s lives are in danger. That’s substantially more important.”

    Perry is slated to attend his first 2012 GOP presidential debate Wednesday in California. While he canceled his California schedule for Tuesday, he didn’t indicate whether he’s still going to the debate later this week.

    Perry skipped a Labor Day presidential forum in South Carolina earlier in the day to fly home and deal with the situation.

    GOP Sen. Jim DeMint, who hosted the forum, said he was disappointed that Perry couldn’t make the event but understood the governor’s reason for canceling.

    “I don’t blame him at all. I think he needed to be at home in Texas,” DeMint told CNN’s John King. “He promised to make up for it by doubling his commitment in South Carolina, so we’ll work through that.”

  67. http://trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2011/09/perry-addresses-texas-wildfire.html

    Rick Perry remained focused on the Texas wildfires during an appearance this morning on FOX and Friends, but he also responded to Teamsters President Jim Hoffa’s remarks about congressional Republicans.

    “You wouldn’t be bleeping if it was appropriate,” Perry said in reference to Hoffa’s off-color comment

  68. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/real-unemployment-rises-162-june-253-mil

    Real Unemployment Rises to 16.2% in June — 25.3 Million People

  69. As much as I believe in and agree with Michele Bachmann’s fervent message, somehow as the time goes on I sense that she is not ready for the most important position in the world. She is very smart and capable, but being president requires much more than that.

    Being a woman I feel it is not inappropriate for me to point out a few things. Many women who are otherwise capable simply lack the temperament and bearing to be president. Bachmann is better than many would be, but she is still not up to the task, imho.

    When it comes to Sarah Palin and her first emergence on the scene as McCain’s running mate, my heart was brimming with joy and expectation, because she brought life to an otherwise failing campaign. That level of admiration continued for many months, but now as time wears on and we have had a chance to become more acquainted with her, I increasingly sense characteristics that bother me, frankly.

    Palin’s enthusiasm and love of country are extremely admirable, and she espouses genuine conservatism. However, because she has been so viciously attacked by the media, she has delighted in dodging them and has become quite publicly feisty with fellow Republicans who have dared to conjecture about her decision to run. There is a certain admiration for someone who will stand up to the media and others who challenge her, BUT is this behavior presidential?

    I know, I know….. Palin devotees will not appreciate these remarks, but they need to be considered. Another thing, Yes, she did great things in Alaska – much to her credit, but being governor of Alaska for one and a half years is not on a par with being leader of the free world. I am not one who would hold it over her head for resigning as governor. She has made it clear about her reasons, but think about that for a moment.

    Suppose she were elected president and something similar happened, what would she do then? Resign? How would she take the criticism that every president is bound to get? Would she lash out to her Republican colleagues? What works in Alaska won’t necessarily work in the federal government. Would she handle a critical press deftly and wisely, or would she alienate them? These are questions that need to be asked and answered, if she decides to run.

    Furthermore, Palin’s constant dallying is increasingly becoming to some cagey and tiresome. It is her choice to delay entry into the race and no one should question that, but she definitely enjoys keeping folks guessing. Is that a presidential quality?

    She is a wonderful spokesperson for all we hold dear in the U.S., but her voice at this time is probably best heard as a supporter of another candidate of her choosing. There is no question that she would excel in that supporting role, and, perhaps, hold a cabinet position in the future administration.

    Just some thoughts that have been bugging me.

  70. http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-rick-perry-gop-debate-20110906,0,5416565.story?track=rss

    is the star attraction in the debate, the first since he jumped into the presidential race and took a commanding lead over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the candidate Perry unseated from the top of the polls.

    Speaking on CBS’s “Early Show,” Perry wouldn’t commit himself to participating in the Wednesday debate

    The latest poll to show Perry with a commanding lead among GOP stalwarts was an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released on Tuesday. It found that Perry was the first choice of 38% of Republican voters, followed by Romney at 23%, Texas Rep. Ron Paul at 9% and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann at 8%.

  71. http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/44401295/ns/politics/

    Obama hits all-time lows, according to NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll

  72. http://hotlineoncall.nationaljournal.com/archives/2011/09/nbcwsj-poll-per.php

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry leads the Republican presidential field in a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Tuesday morning, confirming the findings of other recent national polls that show the Texas governor as the clear Republican frontrunner.

    Perry places first in the poll with 38 percent, and is followed by former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who is second with 23 percent. In the previous poll, conducted in mid-July, about a month before Perry officially announced his bid, Romney led the pack with 30 percent and Perry registered just 11 percent support.

    Rep. Ron Paul , R-Texas, is at 9 percent in the latest poll, and Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., who is shaking up her campaign’s leadership’s structure, is fourth at just 8 percent. That’s down from 16 percent in the previous poll, where Bachmann was second only to Romney. The congresswoman’s momentum has been slowed in recent weeks, largely due to the entrance of Perry.

    The NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll was conducted Aug. 27-31 by a bipartisan team of pollsters. That poll surveyed 1,000 adults, with a margin of error of +/- 3.1 percent, but the margin of error for the subsample of 266 GOP primary voters +/- 6.0 percent.

  73. President Obama’s job approval rating has hit an all-time low – and his chances of being re-elected have never been worse, a new poll says.

  74. http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/obama_approval_ratings_hit_all_time_mxeVDo3grZdqG6PYOIbsHM


    Obama approval ratings hit all-time low ahead of jobs plan

    Some 73 percent said the country was headed in the wrong direction, a level of pessimism not seen since late 2008, as the financial crisis struck.

    The president was losing support from key groups, including political independents, women and Hispanic people.

  75. http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/09/06/perry-continues-to-shake-up-gop-field-lead-polls/

    Washington (CNN) – Two new polls provide more evidence that the entrance of Texas Gov. Rick Perry has drastically changed the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

    The Politico/George Washington University Battleground Poll has Perry atop the field with 36 percent, followed by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney at 17 percent and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann and Texas Rep. Ron Paul tied at 10 percent.

    The NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll delivered similar results. Perry is 38 percent of respondent’s first choice for the nomination, followed by Romney at 23 percent, Paul at 9 percent and Bachmann at 8 percent.

    These polls are only the most recent to show Perry out in front of the field. Earlier polls from Gallup, Quinnipiac and CNN/ORC International all show a similar picture of the field.

  76. http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/06/usa-campaign-southcarolina-idUSN1E78411M20110906

    Perry registered a 23-point lead in one South Carolina poll after launching his campaign in the state, and his dominance could reduce the influence of its first-in-the-South primary if his 2012 rivals are forced to look elsewhere to challenge him.

    “The enthusiasm for Perry here is deep and wide and meaningful,” said David Woodard, a Republican consultant who teaches political science at Clemson University

  77. http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2011/09/summer-of-discontent-slams-obama-and-republicans-abc-news-washington-post-poll/

    More than half of Americans now disapprove of Barack Obama’s job performance, six in 10 rate his work on the economy and job creation negatively and more than one in three say they’ve become worse off financially under his presidency – a high in ABC News/Washington Post polls since Ronald Reagan trademarked the question a generation ago.

    Those results and others underscore the depths of this summer of economic discontent. With unemployment stubbornly over 9 percent, 77 percent say the country is headed seriously off on the wrong track

    In a further sign of the deep hazards to Obama, Americans by a 2-1 margin, 34 percent to 17 percent, now say his administration’s efforts have done more to harm rather than help the nation’s economy.

  78. http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2011/09/rick-perrys-attendance-at-debate-wednesday-is-fluid-situation/

    Texas Governor Rick Perry said his appearance at the debate in California tomorrow is a “fluid situation” due to the wildfires in Texas but didn’t completely rule out his appearance, pointing to the ability of Texans to multitask.

    “That’s a fluid situation at the moment,” Perry said on CBS’ Early Show. “We’re very focused on the events at hand.

  79. http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/video/sen-demint-plans-boycott-obamas-speech-14451560

    DeMint Says He’ll Likely Skip Obama’s Econ Speech Senator says he is “so frustrated,” and plans to skip Thursday’s speech.

  80. http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2011/09/demint-says-hell-likely-skip-obamas-econ-speech/

    In an interview this morning in Columbia, SC, Jim DeMint told me he’ll probably skip President Obama’s speech to joint session of Congress on Thursday.

    “If he sent a written proposal over first, I would go hear him explain it, but frankly right now I’m so frustrated I don’t think I’m going to go,” DeMint told ABC News.

  81. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/The-Vote/2011/0906/Is-Michele-Bachmann-s-campaign-in-danger

    …the real comparison Bachmann might worry about now is not with Newt Gingrich, who is still in the race, but with Tim Pawlenty, who isn’t. Her poll numbers are deflating to the point that her candidacy seems endangered.

    In a recent Fox News survey, Bachmann was the choice of a whopping 4 percent of Republican voters. That tied her for fifth place with two candidates who aren’t even running: Rudy Giuliani and Mike Huckabee. She’s only one percentage point ahead of, you guessed it, Newt Gingrich.

  82. http://content.usatoday.com/communities/onpolitics/post/2011/09/rick-perry-gop-debate-texas-wildfires-/1

    A spokesman for Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he plans to attend the GOP presidential debate tomorrow.

    Mark Miner, Perry’s spokesman, just said so in a one-line e-mail to USA TODAY’s Jackie Kucinich.

  83. http://nation.foxnews.com/robert-redford/2011/09/03/robert-redford-obama-so-many-others-i-m-beginning-wonder-just-where-man-stands


    Robert Redford on Obama: ‘Like So Many Others I’m Beginning to Wonder Just Where the Man Stands’

  84. http://www.redstate.com/cmndr45/2011/09/06/hoffa-and-obama-birds-of-a-feather/

    Hoffa and Obama – Birds of a Feather

    Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa showed his thuggish lineage when he cued up President Obama’s speech in Detroit on Monday


    Those of us who are familiar with Chicago politics have long known that beneath his carefully crafted mask of gentility, Barak Obama is little more than a Chicago thug.

  85. FS….
    Take a break, get some lunch!

  86. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/09/06/perry_expands_lead_over_gop_field_in_new_polls.html

    Perry Expands Lead Over GOP Field in New Polls

    Two national polls released Tuesday show Texas Gov. Rick Perry solidifying his lead over the GOP presidential field as the candidates prepare to debate tomorrow night in California.

    In an NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey, Perry tops former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, 38 percent to 23 percent. Texas Rep. Ron Paul comes in at a distant third with 9 percent support from Republican primary voters. Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann is close behind him with 8 percent support. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and businessman Herman Cain tie with 5 percent. Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman round out the bottom of the ballot with 3 percent and 2 percent, respectively.

    The Texas governor holds a sizeable lead over his fellow candidates in a Politico/GWU/Battleground poll as well. Perry attracts 36 percent of the support while Romney garners 17 percent. Paul and Bachmann tie with 10 percent support. None of the remaining candidates receives more than 5 percent backing.

  87. Hey…does anybody know who is leading in the Republican primaries?

  88. The former Massachusetts governor has tried to reach out to the Jewish community by positioning himself as an alternative to Obama whose administration has been unpopular because of its stance toward Israel.

    But campaign organisers said that some Jewish donors are telling fundraisers that they would rather give money to the ‘Jewish candidate’, Michele Bachmann, rather than Romney, who is a Mormon.

    Mrs Bachmann is in fact a Lutheran, but has talked up her Jewish credentials and spoken about time spent on a Kibbutz.

    ‘It’s a real problem,’ one Romney fundraiser told the New York Post.

    ‘We’re working very hard in the Jewish community because of Obama’s Israel problem. This was surprising.’

    Romney has been trying to push the message to the Jewish community that he is a common-sense, business minded candidate and strong supporter of Israel.

    But so far, he has struggled to win support among wealthy Jewish donors in places such as New York, New Jersey, Florida and California, who are unhappy with Obama’s stance towards Israel.

    Romney campaign sources told the New York Post that they are now suspicious that Bachmann supports have been spreading the Jewish misunderstanding.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2031721/Mitt-Romney-losing-Jewish-donors-think-Michele-Bachmann-Jew.html#ixzz1XClO0O00

  89. Here for one post:

    Larry has a new article up about his lie decector test. It is very interesting.
    The last paragraph is something I completely agree needs to happen if a non-biases competent examiner can be foung.

    …Currently Larry is looking into the possibility of taking another polygraph exam before the 2012 election and campaign season. There is more to come in Part II. You will not want to miss that…

    http://networkedblogs.com/mESQk
    Sinclair Polygraph Video Raises Questions About Gelb’s Findings
    Written By: Larry – Sep• 06•11

  90. http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/presidential-campaign/179699-is-perry-ready-for-his-close-up

    For maximum impact, Gov. Perry should avoid attacking his opponents — especially Mitt Romney. While it’s awfully early to make this call, the two of them will very likely be the GOP ticket. We just don’t know the order yet. It might be advisable for both to vie for president of the mutual admiration society, at least for the moment.

    Perry should run on his strength and put it side by side with Obama’s record — jobs. Since June of 2009, 40 percent of all new jobs in the U.S. have been in Rick Perry’s Texas. The 14.5 million unemployed nationwide will be a tougher sell on slamming Perry on his jobs record, given the suffering they are enduring under President Obama.

    For every potential voter who can be swayed by the left’s name-calling campaign strategy, there are likely at least two who care more about jobs. Paychecks, in the end, matter more than political party labels. Rather than focusing heavily on traditional Republican primary issues, Perry may want to consider using jobs to show Republican primary voters why he can beat Obama, attract independents, swing voters and Democrats, and, importantly, create a welcoming home for the labor union members and allies who will not tolerate the violent and threatening vitriol coming from labor union bosses.

  91. http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/presidential-campaign/179699-is-perry-ready-for-his-close-up

    While detractors have spent considerable amounts of time and oxygen debunking or explaining away the Texas job-growth numbers, suffice it to say, if that’s where the debate is between now and November 2012, it’s the debate we should be having and it greatly favors any Republican over Obama, and most notably, Gov. Perry. The fact so many are working diligently to find cracks in Perry’s job-growth record is an indication it’s impressive, even if a few hairline fractures are discovered.

  92. Paxson | September 6, 2011 at 4:07 pm | Hey…does anybody know who is leading in the Republican primaries?

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    1. sh1t kicker

  93. For maximum impact, Gov. Perry should avoid attacking his opponents — especially Mitt Romney.
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    agreed, let bottom feeders do the mud slinging.

    Shows they really aren’t Republicans,

    BHO plant Huntsman, perfect example

  94. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700176784/Polls-Mormonism-wont-hurt-Mitt-Romney-like-Perry-might.html

    New poll results from a national survey conducted by Lawrence Research in California indicates that 20 percent of people surveyed would never consider voting for a Mormon candidate — a number five times higher than for a Catholic (4 percent) or a Baptist (4 percent).

    According to recent Gallup polling, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, and not necessarily Romney’s faith, poses the biggest obstacle to Romney’s candidacy.

    Currently, Perry is polling at 38 percent among GOP voters — Romney is trailing him with 23 percent, according to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

  95. Cabby – AZ | September 6, 2011 at 1:20 pm |
    agreed Cabby.
    If you haven’t announced already, your not even in the game.
    Palin’s time is passed. She would be seen as a spoiler.

  96. For maximum impact, Perry Pom Poms will be handed out free of charge by the head Perry Pom Pom shaker, Mizz Leo, aka Free Speech!

  97. http://www.christianpost.com/news/mormon-massacre-flick-may-hurt-romney-s-image-29090/

    A new Hollywood movie retelling the true story of a band of Mormons who brutally murdered more than 100 pioneers passing through the Utah territory in 1857 may hurt the image of presidential hopeful and professed Mormon follower Mitt Romney.

  98. Wow the massacre by the mormons was on sept 11th, spooky.
    http://mountainmeadowsmassacre.com/

  99. As of now 122 total posts. I count 68 by FS alone. Interesting.

  100. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mormonism_and_violence

    Mormonism, throughout much of its history, has had a relationship with violence.[1]. The effect of this violence has had an impact on the history of the Latter Day Saint movement and its doctrines.

    Joseph Smith, Jr., the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, was a strong proponent of capital punishment, and favored execution methods that involved the shedding of blood… Smith ordered his followers to… “shoot him, or cut off his head, spill his blood on the ground…”

    The Mountain Meadows massacre of September 11, 1857 was widely blamed on the church’s teachings of blood atonement and other anti-United States rhetoric by LDS Church leaders during the Utah War.

  101. http://www.religioustolerance.org/lds_mass.htm

    “If any miserable scoundrels come here, cut their throats.” Brigham Young 1
    “The Mountain Meadows Massacre stands without a parallel amongst the crimes that stain the pages of American history. It was a crime committed without cause or justification of any kind to relieve it of its fearful character… When nearly exhausted from fatigue and thirst, [the men of the caravan] were approached by white men, with a flag of truce, and induced to surrender their arms, under the most solemn promises of protection. They were then murdered in cold blood.” William Bishop, Attorney to John D. Lee.

  102. You have to be kidding.

  103. No Paxson, I’m not. It is now 70 out of 127.


  104. The Utah War, also known as the Mormon War, or the Mormon Rebellion was an armed confrontation between LDS settlers in the Utah Territory and the armed forces of the United States government.

  105. http://www.exposemittromney.com/

    Prominent evangelical leaders are warning Sen. John McCain against picking former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as his running mate, saying their troops will abandon the Republican ticket on Election Day if that happens.

    They say Mr. Romney lacks trust on issues such as outlawing abortion and opposing same-sex marriage and because he is a Mormon.

  106. http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2005/0509.sullivan1.html

    “A stronghold of Satan”

    The first time I ever heard about Mormons was in fifth grade, sitting in a basement classroom of my Baptist church, watching a filmstrip about cults. Our Sunday school class was covering a special month-long unit on false religions; in the mail-order curriculum, Mormonism came somewhere between devil worshippers and Jim Jones.

  107. Now we are smearing a consistently conservative and reliably Republican group in those who are Mormon. Unbelievable!

  108. New Ron Paul 2012 Ad: Trust

    LAKE JACKSON, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign announced today the release of its latest advertisement, “Trust.” The sixty second spot emphasizes Paul’s longtime conservative credentials and early support of Ronald Reagan, while pointing out Rick Perry’s former chairmanship of Al Gore’s presidential campaign.

    “Congressman Paul has an unparalleled record of championing true conservative principles,” said Ron Paul 2012 Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton. “Dr. Paul’s ideas of limited Constitutional government, sound money and balanced budgets have won the day.”

    “Other candidates are trying to parrot Dr. Paul’s principles, but their records prove they cannot be trusted to live up to their rhetoric. Dr. Paul is the only candidate with the credibility and integrity to restore America now.”


  109. None are smearing mormons here. Just posting a truthful history of mormonism.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mormonism_and_violence

    Mormonism, throughout much of its history, has had a relationship with violence.[1]. The effect of this violence has had an impact on the history of the Latter Day Saint movement and its doctrines.

    Joseph Smith, Jr., the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, was a strong proponent of capital punishment, and favored execution methods that involved the shedding of blood… Smith ordered his followers to… “shoot him, or cut off his head, spill his blood on the ground…”

    The Mountain Meadows massacre of September 11, 1857 was widely blamed on the church’s teachings of blood atonement and other anti-United States rhetoric by LDS Church leaders during the Utah War.

  110. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/perry-hits-back-paul-negative-ad-203233765.html

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s presidential campaign hit back at fellow Texan Rep. Ron Paul, for a campaign ad that touted Paul’s early support for former President Ronald Reagan and knocked Perry for his Democratic past. In the counter-attack, Perry’s campaign revealed a letter Paul wrote in 1987 that cited Reagan as a reason why he left the Republican Party.

  111. Video Update: Ron Paul at SC Palmetto Freedom Forum

    Ron Paul’s segment: excellent

  112. I am not a LDS member, nor a former a democrat as some here are, nor do I support Romney. I very much lean conservative and have for my entire adult life. But a particular person that posts quite often here seems to be trashing him because of his religion. I think that is unfair. The event mentioned happened over 150 years ago. I seem to remember him posting videos of Glen Beck who is also a Mormon. Am I wrong?

  113. Lol, Perry’s campaign response to Dr Paul’s ad is hillaaariooous :D !!!

    Gary Howard just nailed need it ! See:

    Mr. Paul’s spokesman Gary Howard responded: “Is Rick Perry attackingRon Paul for being too conservative for the Republican establishment in 1988? That’s just a question I’d pose.”

  114. Paxson | September 6, 2011 at 6:15 pm | Now we are smearing a consistently conservative and reliably Republican group in those who are Mormon. Unbelievable!
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    It’s a primary

  115. Free Speech | September 6, 2011 at 6:27 pm |

    Thanks FS

    What’s the old codger polling at these days?

  116. FS belongs to the church of Moronism.

  117. Some Modern day Baptists refer to the modern day Mormon church as a cult following.
    I do not agree with that assessment.
    I have known many fine Baptists & Mormons.
    In case you are wondering, I was raised Lutheran and mostly agree with Lutheran beliefs.
    I believe what Jesus said and stood for, not necessarily how some people represent him or speak for him.

  118. Ron Paul’s Hate Mail about President Ronald Reagan.

    http://theiowarepublican.com/2011/ron-paul%E2%80%99s-reagan-revisionism/

    Congressman Paul’s Letter

    Amidst the failure of the Gramm-Rudman gimmick, we hear the President and the Republican Party call for a balanced-budget amendment and a line-item veto. This is only a smokescreen…Monetary policy has been disastrous as well… The chickens have yet to come home to roost, but they will, and America will suffer from a Reaganomics that is nothing but warmed-over Keynesianism… The chickens have yet to come home to roost, but they will, and America will suffer from a Reaganomics that is nothing but warmed-over Keynesianism…

  119. Therefore, in the spirit of the teachings of Jesus, let us not dwell on where someone “hails” from but on the fruits of their beliefs.

  120. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2774428/posts

    Ron Paul blasts Texas Governor Rick Perry in a new TV ad that refers to Perry as a “Cheerleader” for Al Gore in 1988. The Paul ad then refers to him as “the one who stood with Reagan.”

    AUSTIN – Rep. Ron Paul’s newly released attack ad refers to the congressman as, “the one who stood with Reagan.” But his 1987 letter announcing his resignation from the Republican Party indicates Reagan drove him from the party.

    “Ronald Reagan was one of the most significant presidents of our generation, and a proven fiscal conservative,” Perry spokesman Mark Miner said. “Like President Reagan, Gov. Perry has cut taxes and freed employers from government regulations that kill jobs.”


    “Rep. Paul’s letter is a broadside attack on every element of President Reagan’s record and philosophy. Paul thought President Reagan was so bad, he left the GOP,” said Miner. “It will be interesting to hear Rep. Paul explain why Reagan drove him from the party at tomorrow’s debate on the grounds of the Reagan Library.”

    In one part of the letter, Paul wrote, “There is no credibility left for the Republican Party as a force to reduce the size of government. That is the message of the Reagan years.”

    Paul even went so far as to call Reaganomics, “warmed-over Keynesianism.”

  121. CW. I’m a Catholic and don’t pretend to fully understand Mormonism, but I appreciate the common ground in Conservatism that I share with them. For the most part, Mormons seem to be valuable contributing members of society.

  122. None here are smearing mormons here. Just posting a truthful history of mormonism.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mormonism_and_violence

    Mormonism, throughout much of its history, has had a relationship with violence. The effect of this violence has had an impact on the history of the Latter Day Saint movement and its doctrines.

    Joseph Smith, Jr., the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, was a strong proponent of capital punishment, and favored execution methods that involved the shedding of blood… Smith ordered his followers to… “shoot him, or cut off his head, spill his blood on the ground…”

    The Mountain Meadows massacre of September 11, 1857 was widely blamed on the church’s teachings of blood atonement and other anti-United States rhetoric by LDS Church leaders during the Utah War.

  123. Have you suddenly become a Christian?

  124. I sure hope that the AK47 that Eduardo Sencion used in the IHOP shootings in Carson City wasn’t one of the weapons sold in the failed Fast and Furious operation.

  125. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utah_War

    The Utah War, also known as the Mormon War, or the Mormon Rebellion was an armed confrontation between LDS settlers in the Utah Territory and the armed forces of the United States government.

  126. Sure FS. We read your post the first five times. The Ku Klux Klan were mainly Protestant Christians like Governor Rick Perry too. They were extremely violent and a big part of the culture that Perry comes from.

  127. Because of Rick Perry ‘s religious beliefs had such close affiliations with the Klan, Rick Perry went to work on Al Gores campaign to honor the elder Gore ‘s vote against the Civil Rights Act.

  128. Paxson, Did your last post just disappear? I could have sworn you said something further. One that explained the previous two. Am I wrong?

  129. I was obviously being facetious. With respect to Perry ‘s lack of judgment in being the main guy in Texas on the Al Gore campaign, don’t we deserve a President who doesn’t have to explain away their past cases of bad judgement?

  130. SueQ. I did have a post “disappear ” that pointed out somebody’s ongoing “faulty reasoning”.

  131. http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-perry-california-20110906,0,6967592.story?track=rss

    A just-released schedule from Gov. Rick Perry’s campaign indicates he will be able to leave Texas’ wildfires for a day to make his way to California for the GOP presidential debate — and use the occasion to fan another kind of wildfire.

    Perhaps more than any other candidate, the Texas governor will use the upcoming trip to raise money for his presidential campaign. As the late arrival in the race, Perry has already proved his bona fides as a world-class fundraiser. Members of his finance team says “it is going like wildfire” and their California schedule backs up the claim.

    A draft schedule obtained last week showed the potential for half a dozen events in California for Perry. Other presidential candidates, Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, have had Southern California events planned but their campaigns did not respond to requests for detailed information.

    After the debate, Perry will meet potential donors at Landmark Aviation terminal in San Diego, according to one campaign finance team member. The following morning he will attend another event at the Hyatt Aventine in La Jolla. He has other fundraising events on the schedule in Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Bakersfield, Fresno and in Palo Alto, the heart of Silicon Valley.

    An advance planning document from the governor’s California fundraising team shows tickets available for $1,000 — though donors are encouraged to bundle $20,000 to $50,000 each to co-host events. Perry has been emphasizing the need for bundlers, and his backers say their effort is going well, so far.

    Perry has an impressive steering committee of supporters in the state, including Michael and Dean Spanos of the Spanos development companies and owners of the San Diego Chargers, and Steve Chazen, president and chief financial officer of Occidental Petroleum.

  132. Did anyone even read Ron Pauls letter before they tried to use it to attack him? That’s a +1 letter and an Epic Fail on Perry’s campaign.

    Check out some of Ron Pauls Quotes:

    “We have lost the chance to reduce deficit and spending in a non crisis manner.

    “…the debt presents a grave threat to our country.”

    Then when Bush took power in 2000, he squandered another opportunity the last chance to avoid a crisis. Ron Paul was endorsed by Ronald Reagan AND echoed Ron Paul’s sentiments in his farewell address:

    “I’ve been asked if I have any regrets. Well, I do. The deficit is one. I’ve been talking a great deal about that lately, but tonight isn’t for arguments, and I’m going to hold my tongue.

    About warnings for the future, that the youth need to remember what Freedom is:

    “We’ve got to do a better job of getting across that America is freedom — freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of enterprise. And freedom is special and rare. It’s fragile; it needs protection.

    I think it is fair to say Reagan and Paul were in agreement as to what went wrong with the Administration. The beliefs that got Reagan elected are still echoed by Paul, Paul’s the one reminding the youth of America what it means to be an American, Paul’s the one still fighting for Liberty over big government, he’s not championing tinkering with massive social programs…he’s championing the American Tradition of freedom and responsibility.
    Debates tomorrow night at the Reagan Library. can’t wait

  133. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2774428/posts


    AUSTIN – Rep. Ron Paul’s newly released attack ad refers to the congressman as, “the one who stood with Reagan.” But his 1987 letter announcing his resignation from the Republican Party indicates Reagan drove him from the party.

    “Ronald Reagan was one of the most significant presidents of our generation, and a proven fiscal conservative,” Perry spokesman Mark Miner said. “Like President Reagan, Gov. Perry has cut taxes and freed employers from government regulations that kill jobs.”

    “Rep. Paul’s letter is a broadside attack on every element of President Reagan’s record and philosophy. Paul thought President Reagan was so bad, he left the GOP,” said Miner. “It will be interesting to hear Rep. Paul explain why Reagan drove him from the party at tomorrow’s debate on the grounds of the Reagan Library.”

    In one part of the letter, Paul wrote, “There is no credibility left for the Republican Party as a force to reduce the size of government. That is the message of the Reagan years.”

    Paul even went so far as to call Reaganomics, “warmed-over Keynesianism.”

  134. http://gawker.com/5837621

    Indeed, Ron Paul loved Ronald Reagan so much that he quit the Republican party in 1987 out of disgust.

    And then there’s this Paul quote from May, 1988: “The American people have never reached this point of disgust with politicians before. I want to totally disassociate myself from the Reagan Administration.”

    Ron Paul simply does not care for Ronald Reagan.

  135. http://www.redstate.com/kinghenry/2011/09/06/ron-paul-and-ronald-reagan/

    Well, Ron Paul has a new campaign ad championing himself along side Ronald Reagan before the GOP debate at the Reagan Library. The liar that he is.

    Let me highly recommend this months National Review cover story by Kevin Williamson on Ron Paul. The whole thing is a must read but he quotes Ron Paul from the 1980′s on Ronald Reagan. here is the excerpt:

    “I want to totally disassociate myself from the policies that have given us unprecedented deficits, massive monetary inflation, indiscriminate military spending, an irrational and unconstitutional foreign policy, zooming foreign aid, the exaltation of international banking, and the attack on our personal liberties and privacy,” he wrote in a letter offering advice to the Republican party: not a letter about the Obama administration — a letter about the Reagan administration.

    - National Review, ‘Ron Paul’s Last Crusade

    Now, this is just the tip of the iceberg so let me again direct you to Ron Paul central: LewRockwell.com where you can learn much of how evil the United States is, how horrible Ronald Reagan was and how Ron Paul is the “Greatest Congressman in history”.

    Ron Paul’s intellectual idol, the man he eulogized at his funeral, was Murray Rothbard. Rothbard was not a Conservative, he rejected Lockean “Social Contract” theory among other things with Classical Liberalism and decided, like Ron Paul stated yesterday at Demint’s debate, that “All Government is Evil”, and under this view he adopted Anarchism and tied it to raw free market capitalism: Anarcho-Capitalism is the term developed and what LewRockwell.com is all about.

    So what did the intellectual hero of Paul and Lew Rockwell have to say about Ronald Reagan. Here is a story from 1983 proudly hosted at LewRockwell.com, there are many more like it but you get the point and will see how Ron Paul and company have, like all Anarchist, always been tied at the hip with the Far-Left on Foreign Policy worldview:

    http://www.lewrockwell.com/rothbard/rothbard54.html

    Will anyone at the Reagan Library Debate expose Ron Paul for who he really is? Or will they continue to let Ron Paul, claim for political reasons the mantle of Ronald Reagan and further brainwash his Cult? Losing an entire generation of would be young conservatives to the rank lies and distortions of Ron Paul’s war on Conservatism and America, doing so in the name of Ronald Reagan.

  136. were the other candidates on stage with Perry, in addition to the Al Gore affiliation, I’d ask how he squares his religious beliefs with the investment that he made in a pornographic distribution company in the ’90′s that Perry made.

  137. http://www.redstate.com/gawken/2011/08/14/what-would-we-be-saying-today-if-ron-paul-had-managed-to-bring-two-more-busloads-153-voters-to-ames/

    Mark my words. If Paul is not dealt with, and soon, we will regret it. His views and comments on Iran are just as crazy as Cynthia McKinney’s, and she’s now just about ignored by everyone on the left. Yet we’re going to continue to give Paul a national forum, and equal stature with our ultimate candidate.

    A long time ago, Bill Buckley finally had it with the Birchers, and led the effort to drive them out of the mainstream GOP. It may be time to consider a similar fate for Ron Paul.

  138. I would say that many who post here believe that history is proving the “Bircher’s” to be right in much of their predictions.

  139. SueQ | September 6, 2011 at 5:11 pm |
    As of now 122 total posts. I count 68 by FS alone. Interesting.

    FS has overwhelmed this blog, discouraged free speech, and CW is allowing it. That is why I revisit rarely.

  140. http://www.politicalforum.com/current-events/206059-ron-pauls-hypocritical-ad-attaching-perry.html

    It doesn’t get too much more disingenuous than this. It’s no secret Ron Paul hated Reagan. In fact, in his own words:

    “The American people have never reached this point of disgust with politicians before. I want to totally disassociate myself from the Reagan Administration.“

  141. http://hotair.com/archives/2011/09/06/blast-from-the-past-ron-paul-quits-the-republican-party/

    With that in mind, it may be of interest to look through the slightly longer lens of history and see what Ron Paul had to say about Reagan (and the GOP in general) back in 1987 when he quit the party and lambasted the sitting president.

    It is indeed remarkable that one can undertake this much of a transformation, going from quitting the party in disgust to seeking to be its standard bearer and nominee for the presidency. As to Reagan… well, I suppose we could say that Ron Paul has an extremely Christian attitude of forgiveness to go from blasting the president that bluntly to using him as a talking point in his campaign ads.

  142. http://www.facebook.com/marklevinshow/posts/252972471410291


    Mark Levin

    “Paul no Reagan fan.”

    Blast from the past: Ron Paul quits the Republican party

  143. http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2011/09/06/longhorn-fight-paul-and-perry-trade-barbs/

    The Perry campaign posted an article from the March/April 1987 issue of Libertarian Party NEWS, in which Mr. Paul says he is quitting the GOP because “there is no credibility left for the Republican Party as a force to reduce the size of government. That is the message of Reagan.”

    Mr. Paul had ditched the GOP that year and ran as Libertarian for president in 1988 – the same year then-Sen. Gore made a bid for the Democratic nomination.

    “Thanks to the President and the Republican Party, we have lost the chance to reduce the deficit and the spending in a non-crisis fashion,” Mr. Paul wrote.

  144. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/allen-west-ron-paul-not-the-kind-of-guy-you-need-to-be-sitting-at-1600-pennsylvania-ave/

    Allen West: Ron Paul ‘Not the Kind of Guy You Need to Be Sitting at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave’

  145. CW & all: It seems that FS is back as nasty as ever!! Where was he when this blog was peaceful, like it should be? When FS re-appeared I think that he must have been recently released from jail, off his meds, or both!! He’s a Blog Spammer!! Why do you allow it??!!

  146. Paxson | September 6, 2011 at 8:02 pm | I would say that many who post here believe that history is proving the “Bircher’s” to be right in much of their predictions.
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    I couldn’t agree with you more.

  147. HonorFirst | September 6, 2011 at 6:57 pm | I sure hope that the AK47 that Eduardo Sencion used in the IHOP shootings in Carson City wasn’t one of the weapons sold in the failed Fast and Furious operation.
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    If it was you can bet DOJ had it melted down already.

  148. Lot’s of false attacks on Perry, that’s a good sign for him.

    Carry on.

  149. Priceless……….
    “I want to totally disassociate myself from the policies that have given us …

    - unprecedented deficits

    - massive monetary inflation

    - an irrational and unconstitutional foreign policy

    - zooming foreign aid

    - the exhalation of international banking

    - and the attack on our personal liberties and privacy”

    Rick Perry’s campaign just linked to a 24 year old letter that proves that RON PAUL SAW IT ALL COMING AND STOOD ON THE SAME PRINCIPLES FOR (AT LEAST) 24 YEARS!!

    Wow.
    Ron Paul 2012

  150. I have to agree with Perry on this one, a fence would only get in the way when we expand south and take over Mexico.
    Fence is a waste of money, better to have boots on the ground firing live ammo at drug smugglers.

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_PERRY?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2011-09-03-18-43-45

  151. Texas (Perry) Cut Volunteer Fire Department Funding by 75% This Year
    votes

    I’d bet the real reason for missing the SC debate wasnt JUST the wildfires, but maybe trying to help divert media attention away from this little gem.

    ” . . .Under Gov. Rick Perry (R) this year, Texas slashed state funding for the volunteer fire departments that protect most of the state from wildfires like the ones that have recently destroyed more than 700 homes.

    Volunteer departments that were already facing financial strain were slated to have their funding cut from $30 million to $7 million, according to KVUE. . . ”

    ” . . . At a press conference Monday, Perry promised to seek federal disaster relief and said that FEMA would be in the state by Wednesday.
    While the Texas governor has been highly critical of FEMA in the past, he told CBS’ Erica Hill Tuesday that now was not the time to worry about reforming the agency.

    “The issue is taking care of these people right now,” Perry insisted.

    http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/david/texas-cut-fire-dep

    So, let’s see. Perry tries and acts like hes “taking the high road” and doesnt want to debate fEMA right now, “lets just get the people some help” thats the most important thing. LOL.
    NO PERRY!! The most important thing is you diverting the attention AWAY from your insane hypocrisy.
    As in,
    I’ll CUT the Tx funding for fire depts. BUT
    I’ll gladly sign up to take the rest of the country’s money because I CUT the fire depts.

  152. Barack Obama Family Tree – London Times
    http://wtpotus.wordpress.com/

  153. Rick Perry was a Cheerleader at A&M-Say, that Makes Him Like George Bush!

    http://salon.glenrose.net/default.asp?view=plink&id=13951

  154. CQ | September 6, 2011 at 9:26 pm |

    Are you a Progressive commie D-RAT?

    Or do you just post disinformation from their web sites.

    C&L is a communist website

  155. Why Republicans Should Dump Rick Perry

    First in a series of articles about why Rick Perry would be a very bad choice for the Republican nomination.

    http://katterfelto.blogspot.com/

  156. A video that all Ron Paul supporters should see.

  157. Pat 1789 | September 6, 2011 at 9:37 pm |
    CQ | September 6, 2011 at 9:26 pm |

    Are you a Progressive commie D-RAT?

    Or do you just post disinformation from their web sites.

    C&L is a communist website

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    CQ like paxson is a hillbo demRat.

  158. Send this video about Ron Paul’s Hypocisy to everyone on your email lists. Rush, Hannity, Beck, Levin & Savage got it.

  159. FS. Just because you keep repeating something does not make it so. You see folks, I, unlike FS was never a Democrat activist. How do you think he got himself into his pickle in 2008 and beyond? In addition, this fraud FS calls himself a “good Christian “. Has anyone EVER seen such abhorrent behavior from a real Christian, like this person displays every day? No one is safe from his vile personality.


  160. hillbo demRat paxson’s MORONIC posts are pure BS!
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    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  161. Paxson,

    FS is still a demRat operative. He’s an actor — a bad one. An Alinskyliar all the way.

  162. The vile , nasty, former Democrat activist, FS, is trying to create a “circular firing squad”, Democrat style, amongst the various supporters o so the feelings are so rubbed raw that reconciliation after the primaries is impossible.

  163. New court case against Obama? stay tuned to http://www.thepostemail.com/

  164. OMG, dude needs his meds??


  165. hillbo demRat paxson’s MORONIC posts are pure BS!
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    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  166. Yes. Paxson, I was a Hillary supporter and a Democrat as I have stated many times, but Hillary has joined the bad side and the Dems have moved far, far left. The far left hates Israel, and I am a supporter of Israel and read my bible. I have many family members in the military and am proud of America. I have seen the light and am a proud Perry supporter, but will support others in the GOP too if they get the nod, except for Ron Paul.

  167. Tina. I don’t hold your political transformation against you. Welcome to our party. I was merely making a point about former Hillary supporter, FS. You sew I suspect that his motivations are not pure and that he is still a Democrat activist in the role of his lifetime as a covert agitator.

  168. Tina | September 6, 2011 at 10:27 pm |
    Yes. Paxson, I was a Hillary supporter and a Democrat as I have stated many times, but Hillary has joined the bad side and the Dems have moved far, far left. The far left hates Israel, and I am a supporter of Israel and read my bible. I have many family members in the military and am proud of America. I have seen the light and am a proud Perry supporter, but will support others in the GOP too if they get the nod, except for Ron Paul.

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    Amen!

  169. As I said before, I grew up in the era of JFK. Kennedy supported tax cuts, supported Israel, and wanted to send a man to the moon. Now the GOP holds these positions. Obama and Hillary are doing just the opposite. Plus I have always hated the unions and their thugs. It took me a while, I admit, but I have had enough of the Dems, assuming the GOP puts up a good candidate, and I like most of the candidates so far, as previously stated.

  170. Unlike demRat paxson, I have never supported boHillary.

    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  171. Ron Paul: Rick Perry is The Globalist Choice for 2012 – 1/2

  172. Thanks, Paxson. I think Free Speech believes in what he feels. I don’t see what you see. Things are not always black and white. FS contributes a lot to this site.

  173. Ron Paul: Rick Perry is The Globalist Choice for 2012 – 2/2
    Good FEMA info:

  174. Tina | September 6, 2011 at 10:43 pm |
    As I said before, I grew up in the era of JFK. Kennedy supported tax cuts, supported Israel, and wanted to send a man to the moon. Now the GOP holds these positions. Obama and Hillary are doing just the opposite. Plus I have always hated the unions and their thugs. It took me a while, I admit, but I have had enough of the Dems, assuming the GOP puts up a good candidate, and I like most of the candidates so far, as previously stated.

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    Amen!

    Just ignore the hillbo demRat paxson!

  175. On January 30th, 2008, Ron Paul debated Mitt Romney, John McCain and Mike Huckabee at the Reagan Library. In the debate, he overwhelmingly demonstrated himself and his intellect as the right choice for the office of President of the United States. He was right then and he’s still right now. Republicans picked the wrong man in 2008. Hopefully they can get it right in 2012.

  176. The last answer he gave was by far one of the most succinct and beautiful I’ve ever seen in a debate. It was honest, straight to the point, and loaded with complete understanding of the issue at hand.

  177. Tina | September 6, 2011 at 10:48 pm |
    I think Free Speech believes in what he feels. I don’t see what you see. Things are not always black and white. FS contributes a lot to this site.

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    Tina,

    paxson is a demRat POS!

    -

  178. Tina. FS has cozied up to you because you were a Hillary Clinton supporter. It validates him. Outside of you, and maybe Pat, there isn’t a single person who posts here who has a shred of respect for him.

  179. ron paul is a LYING HYPOCRITE!

  180. Going through life loathed would be a sorry existence. But FS has earned this widespread feeling towards him all on his own by his nasty, vile and non-Christian like behavior towards others.


  181. Unlike demRat paxson, I have never supported boHillary.

    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  182. Obama was called brilliant once too and he turned out to be horrible for America. Ron Paul for all his smarts thinks it is okay for Iran to have nukes when Iran wants to use those nukes on Israel, and when Iran was helping to kill Americans in Iraq. Ron Paul will end up sending greetings to Iran just like Obama did, and will make America look equally foolish.

    Just had to say it. Night.

  183. Tina | September 6, 2011 at 11:00 pm |
    Obama was called brilliant once too and he turned out to be horrible for America. Ron Paul for all his smarts thinks it is okay for Iran to have nukes when Iran wants to use those nukes on Israel, and when Iran was helping to kill Americans in Iraq. Ron Paul will end up sending greetings to Iran just like Obama did, and will make America look equally foolish.

    Just had to say it. Night.

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    ron paul is as bad if not worse than bo in terms of foreign policy.

  184. Only a vile human being would keep repeating an out of context, edited statement over and over again…. and he takes pride is his evil handy work. This statement alone goes to show you that if he is going to lie about something as mundane as this, what else is he willing to lie about?

    Same thing with his twisting and turning on Donald Trump the other day. Has anybody else seen anything like it? I also almost spit out my coffee in laughter on a daily basis when I see that evil FS is “praying” for this or that…


  185. Unlike demRat paxson, I have never supported boHillary.

    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  186. Paxson | September 6, 2011 at 10:55 pm |
    Tina. FS has cozied up to you because you were a Hillary Clinton supporter. It validates him. Outside of you, and maybe Pat, there isn’t a single person who posts here who has a shred of respect for him.
    ———————–

    I agree it hurts to be called names, but FS likes Perry and dislikes Ron Paul, unlike a lot of others who think Ron Paul is just great. He is concerned about obots.

    Now really. Good night.

  187. Tina | September 6, 2011 at 11:15 pm |

    Tina,

    paxson is a demRat POS!

  188. Tina. Don’t you get it? FS is a Democrat activist /agitator .. he is, as Michael Savage warned about today an ” agent provacateur”.


  189. It is obvious from demRat paxson’s posts that he is a boHillary demRat.
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    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  190. Free Speech | September 6, 2011 at 11:04 pm |
    ron paul is as bad if not worse than bo in terms of foreign policy.
    ******************
    Now that’s classic obot propaganda, see it?
    It is called Neo conservative,War propaganda by the Neo Con Zionists and obots
    Where has he said what you’re claiming? Give me an actual link, you can’t, he never has. This is what he said, which was turned into propaganda by obots and Neo-con Zionists:

  191. Paxson | September 6, 2011 at 11:26 pm |

    Tina. Don’t you get it? FS is a Democrat activist /agitator .. he is, as Michael Savage warned about today an ” agent provacateur”.
    **********
    He’s clearly disturbed, I pity the man, he’s totally lost it. Best to just ignore the mentally disabled, PERIOD.

  192. Neocons by Chuck Baldwin Constitution Party 2008
    http://chuckbaldwinlive.com/home/?page_id=127

  193. Ron Paul Receives More Donations from Military than Obama and ALL GOP Candidates Combined
    I suggest you check out his latest book called Liberty Defined and learn about LIBERTY and the Constitution from a great man. Dr. Paul has NEVER said “Iran should have nukes” what he did say is “All countries should be allowed to protect themselves and Israel could wipe Iran off the map in a second or two if need be”. Compare their 300 nukes to Iran’s zero. You’re listening to and repeating Neo-Con/Zionist/obot propaganda.

  194. Dr. Ron Paul wipes ALL GOP candidates combined, off the donation map.
    Rush Limbaugh attacks Ron Paul and refers to his supporters as nuts on parade. However Ron Paul received more contributions from active duty military personal then all other candidates combined including Barack Obama.

    Ron Paul is the real front running and the mainstream media refuses to recognize this fact. All other candidates are trying to sound like Dr Paul but there’s a credibility gap.

    Fake conservatives like Rush are running scared because the people have spoken and we are not buying the lies and the BS anymore.

  195. How many months until the election, 13? This is what we should be focusing on, instead bashing each other (yes I’m guilty, I apologize). I found this on another blog from A Crazy Old Coot, thank you, sir:
    A Crazy Old Coot | September 6, 2011 at 9:08 pm |

    CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, VIOLATION OF THE PATRIOT ACT, SECTION 802, NAMING JIMMY HOFFA, JOE BIDEN, AND BARAK OBAMA.

    by Warren Gacsi on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 6:04am
    .
    SUBMITTED TO FBI, 4:00 AM, PDT ON 9/6/02011CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, VIOLATION OF THE PATRIOT ACT, SECTION 802, NAMING JIMMY HOFFA, JOE BIDEN, AND BARAK OBAMA

    CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, VIOLATION OF THE PATRIOT ACT, SECTION 802, NAMING JIMMY HOFFA, JOE BIDEN, AND BARAK OBAMA

    Jimmy Hoffa, in his address on September 4, 2011, Jimmy Hoffa instructed his union members to”take these son-of-a-bitches out” and declared war on the TEA Party.

    Refer to his statements as said in this video: http://nation.foxnews.com/teamsters/2011/09/05/teamsters-boss-declares-war-gop-lets-take-son-bitches-out ( in Mr. Hoffa’s own words), which I therefore submit as evidence to this complaint.

    Such statements constitutes numerous acts of domestic terrorism under section 802 of the Patriot Act.

    Given that Mr. Hoffa holds a position of power and influence in the Teamsters Union, and that the Teamsters have previously been active in inflicting acts of violence, I am therefore concluding that Mr. Hoffa has instructed his union members to inflict further violent acts.

    I view Mr. Hoffa’s statement to be one of CULPABLE harm.

    Section 802 of the Patriot Act: DOMESTIC TERRORISM

    5) the term `domestic terrorism’ means activities that–

    `(A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State;

    `(B) appear to be intended–

    `(i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;

    `(ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or

    `(iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and

    `(C) occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States.’

    I also interpret Mr. Hoffas statements to be intended to instruct his union members to inflict physical harm and mayhem upon those who oppose the Teamster’s agenda, and specifically to be inflicted upon those of the TEA Party or those who support the TEA Party.

    Therefore, I am filing this criminal complaint upon Jimmy Hoffa. Furthermore, I also file this criminal complaint upon Joe Biden and also Barak Obama who have endorsed the statements of Jimmy Hoffa and request the FBI to file criminal charges upon those three individuals for violations of Section 802 of the Patriot Act.

    I will be seeking a Federal Protection Order in Riverside, California District Federal Court, naming Jimmy Hoffa, Joe Biden, and Barak Obama as well as the entire Teamsters Union, and also seek an order from the court to (1) order the teamsters to not infiltrate or seek to disrupt TEA Party events, and to order that the above three named persons, and any member of the Teamsters to refrain from any activities within one thousand feed of my primary residence and place of business.

    Sincerely,

    Warren Gacsi

  196. There’s a Poll at http://www.msn.com that asks “Would you vote for Obama again?” It’s on the right hand side of the page 2/3rds down. Short and sweet, just one click…lots of no’s so far.

  197. Tina | September 6, 2011 at 11:15 pm |

    FS likes Perry and dislikes Ron Paul, unlike a lot of others who think Ron Paul is just great. He is concerned about obots.
    ———————————————————————-
    Actually, until I saw the interview on Meet the Press with ron paul and his letter smearing President Ronald Reagan, I didn’t realize what a LYING HYPOCRITE he was.

    I do admire Rick Perry. He is honest and hard working. He reminds me of President Reagan.

  198. DABIGRAGU | September 7, 2011 at 12:11 am |
    ====================================
    Thanks for posting :
    CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, VIOLATION OF THE PATRIOT ACT, SECTION 802, NAMING JIMMY HOFFA, JOE BIDEN, AND BARAK OBAMA.

  199. i george | September 7, 2011 at 12:32 am |
    There’s a Poll at http://www.msn.com that asks “Would you vote for Obama again?” It’s on the right hand side of the page 2/3rds down. Short and sweet, just one click…lots of no’s so far.
    ===================================

    I voted. 60% voted NO. Surprising results from liberal MSN.

  200. What bothers me about that poll is the 35% that think he should have more time in office and then add the 6% undecided. Scary!! There is something fundamentally wrong with our citizenry. I guess most of us know that, and that issue – the unintelligent electorate – is not going to go away. It is reaping what has been sown in our educational system, as well as other causes – too much self-indulgence, not enough personal responsibility, etc. Weep and pray.

  201. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    DABIGRAGU | September 7, 2011 at 12:11 am |

    How many months until the election, 13? This is what we should be focusing on, instead bashing each other (yes I’m guilty, I apologize). I found this on another blog from A Crazy Old Coot, thank you, sir:
    A Crazy Old Coot | September 6, 2011 at 9:08 pm |

    CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, VIOLATION OF THE PATRIOT ACT, SECTION 802, NAMING JIMMY HOFFA, JOE BIDEN, AND BARAK OBAMA.
    ____________________________________________

    Here is a case of “Thuggery” that I don’t think has been solved yet -

    I googled -”Jindal aide + stomped + New Orleans”

    http://www.google.com/webhp#hl=en&sugexp=bvre&cp=35&gs_id=43&xhr=t&q=Jindal+aide+%2B+stomped+%2B+New+Orleans&pf=p&sclient=psy&site=webhp&source=hp&pbx=1&oq=Jindal+aide+%2B+stomped+%2B+New+Orleans&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_sm=&gs_upl=&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=74e371c96a48f4b&biw=1540&bih=824

  202. Same as bo and odinga did in kenya after bo’s couisin odinga lost the election for president.

    http://www.statesman.com/news/local/2-bodies-found-in-bastrop-fires-leander-fire-1824552.html

    2 bodies found in Bastrop fires; Leander fire investigated as arson

    http://articles.cnn.com/2010-02-11/justice/texas.church.fires_1_church-fires-arson-church-of-christ-scientist?_s=PM:CRIME

    Two latest Texas church fires ruled arson

  203. http://www.securitymanagement.com/article/arson-texas-anatomy-east-texas-church-fires-007668


    The burning of Little Hope Baptist Church would be the first of ten arson fires set in East Texas churches over a six-week period. Only later did the public learn that the Little Hope fire was the work of arsonists.

  204. Rick Fairy is using the disaster in Texas for a sleazy political photo op.
    This creepy Al Gore employee is just a lighter skinned “Obama”.

  205. LiveStream of Tonight’s Republican Debate

    http://www.politico.com/livestream/

  206. Time, methinks for We The People to ask our DC officials who is resposible
    for taking out the SOB garbage at the White House.

  207. http://www.politico.com/2012-election/

    Presidency downgraded to pregame show

    The once-muscular presidency of Barack Obama has undergone a dramatic downsizing – in power, popularity, prestige and ambition – to the point where even Obama die-hards are starting to question his ability to right the economy or win reelection. …

    “He has sort of lost the sense of power and mystique of the presidency,” says longtime Obama ally Andy Stern, former president of the powerful Service Employees International Union. “There’s also a sense that people aren’t scared of him. That’s very dangerous.”

  208. Forms and Charges to INDICT BHO for his CRIMES

    Demand that your congressman, senators, County Sheriff, DA, State Legislators, Governor, and County Grand Jury Foreman indict and prosecute BO and his local co-conspirators in State Courts for these crimes:

    Murders and False Imprisonment of Opponents of the BO regime, “Fast & Furious” Sales of Guns to Mexican Drug Cartels, Birth Document Forgeries, TSA Sexual Assaults & Illegal Searches, Union Assaults, Election Fraud & Voter Fraud, Identity Theft, Illegal Foreign Campaign Contributions, Aiding and Abetting of Muslim Terrorists, Poisoning of the Gulf of Mexico, Theft of Private Property (Chrysler, GM, Pension and Retirement Accounts etc.), Embezzlement of Government funds distributed to Foreign Entities, WikiLeaks and other Leaks of US Secrets by the BHO regime to our enemies, and War Crimes in Libya.

    If the politicians refuse to take action then form a Grand Jury:

    http://thesteadydrip.blogspot.com/2009/06/how-to-start-and-lead-citizens-grand.html

    http://connect.freedomworks.org/

    Indictment Forms

    http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/default.aspx?cite=10.37.040

    http://forms.lp.findlaw.com/form/courtforms/state/nc/nc000205.pdf

  209. Video: Former SSGT Daryn Moran: Call to Action; Slams Obama’s Crimes and His Followers
    http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2011/09/former-ssgt-daryn-moran-call-to-action.html

  210. http://washingtonindependent.com/104609/ron-paul-one-of-only-four-house-republicans-to-request-earmarks-for-2011-budget-updated

    U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) was one of only four House Republicans to break rank from the party and request earmarks despite a Republican Conference earmark moratorium. Paul sent 41 earmark requests totaling $157,093,544 for the 2011 Fiscal Year.

  211. MSN took down the Poll. Bo is a gonner!!!

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