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carload9
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read about our goverment

Postby carload9 » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:51 am

We Have A Very Scary Situation




OBAMA'S TEMPER TANTRUM AT TOP U.S. MILITARY BRASS & WHOSE RUNNING OUR COUNTRY??

THIS BELOW SAYS IT ALL!

In a fit of rage, Obama snaps at U.S. military brass: ?Don?t you dare try and paint all of Islam with the same brush. Showing his Muslim stripes, Obama threw a "hissy-fit" and stomped out of a Pentagon meeting about the bombing campaign against ISIS over remarks allegedly tying the Islamic State (ISIS) to Islam.

His tantrum reportedly took place in the afternoon of last week just prior to the president?s departure to Camp David. It was an informal briefing on the expanded bombing campaigns to take place in both Syria and Iraq. Halfway through the already very brief briefing, President Obama stood up clearly agitated, and walked out of the room. The casually dressed Obama returned to the briefing moments later with a senior adviser alongside him, though his mood continued to indicate he was still very upset.

The senior adviser made a couple pointed remarks to the Pentagon representatives, reminded them the president had already had a very busy day, and then both she and the president once again left the room. Within seconds, Barack Obama returned again to the just concluded briefing, pointing at the still seated Pentagon staff and indicating how ?inappropriate? it was to ?try and paint all of Islam with the same brush.? The president repeated similar remarks, his mood going from agitation to outrage. His voice carried to several other West Wing offices.

The senior adviser, who did not originally return with the president into the briefing, suddenly re-appeared alongside him, as well as the president?s personal aide. She was smiling, and telling everyone ?We?re done here? which she repeated several times and then led the president back out into the hallway.

"There are none so blind as those who will not see.

When you read this you will understand why Obama refuses to say the words "radical Islam."
I didn't originate this, but it checked out with Google and Snopes?
Did you know that we now have a Muslim government?
John Brennan, current head of the CIA converted to Islam while stationed in Saudi Arabia. Obama's top advisor, Valerie Jarrett, is a Muslim who was born in Iran where her parents still live.
Hillary Clinton's top advisor, Huma Abedin is a Muslim, whose mother and brother are involved in the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
Assistant Secretary for Policy Development for Homeland Security, Arif Aikhan, is a Muslim.
Homeland Security Advisor, Mohammed Elibiary, is a Muslim.

Obama advisory and founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council, Salam al-Marayati, is a Muslim.
Obama's Sharia Czar, Imam Mohamed Magid, of the Islamic Society of North America is a Muslim.
Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships, Eboo Patel, is a Muslim.
And last but not least, our closet Muslim himself, Barack Hussein Obama.

It's questionable if Obama ever officially took the oath of office when he was sworn in. He didn't repeat the oath properly to defend our nation and our Constitution. Later the Democrats claimed he was given the oath again in private?

CIA director John Brennan took his oath on a copy of the Constitution, not a Bible.
Congressman, Keith Ellison took his oath on a copy of the Qur'an.
Congresswoman Michele Bachman was vilified and almost tarred and feathered by Democrats when she voiced her concern about Muslims taking over our government.

Considering all these appointments, it would explain why Obama and his minions are systematically destroying our nation, supporting radical Muslim groups worldwide, opening our southern border, and turning a blind eye to the genocide being perpetrated on Christians all over Africa and the Middle East.

The more damage Obama does, the more arrogant he's become!

Our nation and our government have been infiltrated by people who want to destroy us. It can only get worse!

If you fail to pass this one on, there's something wrong somewhere!

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Postby GhostlyOne » Sat Dec 13, 2014 2:10 pm

Snopes calls this undetermined, but it sounds like some our muslim-in-chief would do.

carload9
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future

Postby carload9 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 2:16 pm

All this stuff could be blessing in disquise. Give administration all the rope they want for couple years. He actually chewed top brass out, maybe they'll grow a pair now.

Were all voting for lessor of the two evils for few years. Iam done with those who dont. lam done with libertarians too, they almost cost us and election here.

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Postby magic mike » Sat Dec 13, 2014 5:57 pm

If they gave that clown an enema just before he died they could bury him in a match box and have room left for a fresh copy of Alinsky's Rules for Radicals handbook. Arrogant a--hole.

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Postby rowe_s » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:40 pm

All of what is said there goes a long way to explain why I can't understand much of what the government is doing now.

Don't give up your guns. We will probably need them before it's all over.

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Re: future

Postby Hawkmoon » Sun Dec 14, 2014 11:54 am

carload9 wrote:Were all voting for lessor of the two evils for few years. Iam done with those who dont. lam done with libertarians too, they almost cost us and election here.


You just put your finger on a true dilemma: The two-party system in this country has been irretrievably broken for years. It's often difficult to tell the difference between a Demican and a Replicrat. This country urgently needs at least one, and preferably two or more, truly viable alternative parties. The problem is, until some other party(ies) achieve sufficient critical mass to become serious players, their role is limited to (sometimes) being spoilers in close elections -- which are the ones we need to be concerned about.

It's tough trying to choose between the lesser of two evils, because you can be pretty certain that both are lying but you probably can't tell which is telling the bigger whoppers.

I've pretty much adopted a personal rule for elections: Always vote against the incumbent. Our government was not set up with the notion that politicians would spend an entire working career in Washington. The Congress won't enact term limits on themselves, so we have to enforce term limits on them -- vote the scoundrels out.

[Disclaimer: I did vote for the incumbent for my state representative in November -- the challenger was such a twit that I had to abandon my rule or feel forever guilty if he had won. Mercifully, he was trounced.]

carload9
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yea

Postby carload9 » Sun Dec 14, 2014 12:14 pm

yea reb party is split, but they did still win mid terms. l vote for gun peeps. There is talk of bill for term limits.

THE DEM PARTY IS NOT SPLIT BUT THEY GOT DEFEATED.

Iam not voting for dems anymore even though some repubs are causing lots of bad bills to pass.

Below is voting on bill:

http://blogs.rollcall.com/218/cromnibus ... -yes/?dcz=

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Postby Sparky45 » Sun Dec 14, 2014 12:23 pm

As a guideline, I generally take the tactic of "voting out the scoundrels" , but In my state this last election cycle showed just what politics are all about. We had the usually cast of characters on the ballot going up to the election, then the Democratic Party pulled a bait and switch. Their candidate was polling 15 to 20 points behind with a few months to go and he suddenly withdrew and backed the "independent" candidate. Dems all flocked to that candidate and immediately the incumbent trailed in the Polls. Turns out the Dem Party bosses forced their candidate to "step aside" so that the "independent" candidate would have a clear field. Also turns out that copious amounts of "support" i.e. money flowed in to said candidates coffers from the National Dem Party. I changed my mind, held my nose and voted for the incumbent.


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