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Thread: VOTERS REMORSE - OBAMA FRAUDMETER

  1. #1
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/9934...bama-Biden-Complaint

    The new case is Hollister vs. Barry Soetoro a/k/a Obama filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Docket # 08-02254 (JR). Hollister is a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel that can be recalled at any time by the President. His dilemma – is Obama a “qualified” President that he must take orders from or is he “not qualified” and therefore, he is required to legally disobey Obama’s orders?
    If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

    Democrats - Brave enough to KILL our unborn, just NOT our ENEMIES!

  2. #2
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/9934...bama-Biden-Complaint

    The new case is Hollister vs. Barry Soetoro a/k/a Obama filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Docket # 08-02254 (JR). Hollister is a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel that can be recalled at any time by the President. His dilemma – is Obama a “qualified” President that he must take orders from or is he “not qualified” and therefore, he is required to legally disobey Obama’s orders?
    If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

    Democrats - Brave enough to KILL our unborn, just NOT our ENEMIES!

  3. #3
    In style and substance, Barack Obama is looking like he could be a different president than the candidate voters got to know during the campaign.

    His message of changing the country has been replaced by one of repairing the country as he inherits crises that demand immediate action.

    "I want to be realistic here," Obama said in an interview that aired Sunday on ABC's "This Week." "Not everything that we talked about during the campaign are we going to be able to do on the pace that we had hoped."

    During the campaign, Obama stressed fixing the economy as one of his top priorities, but his recent language has taken on an urgent tone.

    Obama painted a dire picture of the economy last week, warning that if Congress does not take "dramatic action" on his economic aid package as soon as possible, the nation would face devastating long-term consequences.

    "For every day we wait or point fingers or drag our feet, more Americans will lose their jobs. More families will lose their savings. More dreams will be deferred and denied. And our nation will sink deeper into a crisis that, at some point, we may not be able to reverse," he said.

    It's a far cry from what voters heard from Obama the Democratic candidate, who inspired roaring crowds of thousands by telling them, "This is our moment. This is our time."

    But with the economy in a recession and people afraid for their financial future, Obama's soaring campaign rhetoric has given way to grim reality.

    And as if the economic crisis weren't enough, Obama has an international crisis awaiting him as well. The president-elect said Sunday that the suffering on both sides of Gaza's borders has led him to ramp up his commitment to working for a peace deal in the Middle East.

    These urgent items on Obama's agenda are forcing his team to reconsider some campaign pledges.

    Just as soon as he went from presidential hopeful to president-elect, Obama warned the nation of tough times ahead and lowered expectations that he would be the one to solve it all. Watch more on the expectations for Obama »

    "We know the challenges that tomorrow will bring are the greatest of our lifetime -- two wars, a planet in peril, the worst financial crisis in a century," he said on the night of his election victory.

    "The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep. We may not get there in one year or even in one term. But, America, I have never been more hopeful than I am tonight that we will get there," he said.

    He told voters that change couldn't happen without them, "without a new spirit of service, a new spirit of sacrifice." He reiterated that same message this weekend, explaining what it's going to take to reform the government.

    "Everybody is going to have to give. Everybody is going to have to have some skin in the game," Obama told ABC.

    Some of the pledges Obama might have to rethink include his proposal to give some homeowners a 10 percent tax credit, an idea that has little support in Congress.

    During the campaign, Obama also told voters, "I don't believe in running up debt for the next generation."

    But just last week, he acknowledged that the cost of the economic recovery plan he is pushing would be "considerable" and would "certainly add to the budget deficit in the short term."

    Obama has not put a price tag on his stimulus package, but observers have estimated it would cost in the neighborhood of $800 billion.

    Obama also has proposed repealing the Bush tax cuts on the wealthy, but now it's more likely that the president-elect will delay any tax increases on the wealthy until 2011, when the tax cuts expire.

    Some of the maneuvering is aimed at attracting Republican support for the incoming president's recovery plan, but that could set up an early battle in the now heavily Democratic Congress.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, for example, is adamant about seeing those tax cuts repealed.

    Obama says everyone will have to sacrifice, and that includes Congress, too.

    Some political observers say the economic crisis that Obama is inheriting is raising the stakes to get a move on his recovery plan -- even if Congress isn't 100 percent behind it.

    "This strengthens Barack Obama's hand with the Congress and with the public. It's so urgent, that it's going to be very, very hard, I think, for people who don't like parts of this package to vote against it," said David Gergen, CNN's senior political analyst.

    And while the public is well aware of the economic battle ahead, Republican strategist and CNN contributor Ed Rollins said Obama has little time to wait.

    "You've got to have results," Rollins said, "He doesn't have four years to get it done. He has two years. If there's not improvements dramatically in two years, you have a midterm election, and certainly by the second part of this first term, this economy better be moving."
    If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

    Democrats - Brave enough to KILL our unborn, just NOT our ENEMIES!

  4. #4
    "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

  5. #5
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Brit4064:
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    Aren't you lazy a.s.s? At 6:22 PM you are sleepy. Lord help America.
    If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

    Democrats - Brave enough to KILL our unborn, just NOT our ENEMIES!

  6. #6
    Scandals after Scandals. First, Blago, then Richardson, now Geithner. By the end of this year, all of the skeletons will be out of closet.


    WASHINGTON – At the end of a nearly seamless transition, President-elect Barack Obama has been buffeted by a string of embarrassing jolts within the space of two weeks.

    The disclosure Tuesday that his choice for treasury secretary, New York Federal Reserve chief Timothy Geithner, failed to pay $34,000 in taxes and employed a housekeeper without proper immigration papers was another jarring distraction just days before Obama's inauguration — and raises fresh questions about his team's judgment, vetting procedures and political sensitivities.

    It follows New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson's sudden withdrawal on Jan. 4 from consideration as commerce secretary, citing a federal investigation into how his political donors landed a lucrative transportation contract.

    Senate Democratic leaders and Obama transition officials immediately voiced confidence in Geithner and called for his quick confirmation once Obama is sworn in and is able to formally nominate him — citing the important role Geithner will play in dealing with one of the nation's severest recessions in decades.

    But the delinquent-tax part of the new disclosure, in particular, is a huge liability for Geithner, given that as treasury secretary he would oversee the Internal Revenue Service.

    It's also one of those issues that ordinary Americans can readily understand — the consequences of not paying taxes properly and on time. You don't mess with the IRS.

    At issue is Geithner's failure to pay appropriate Social Security and Medicare taxes when he worked for the International Monetary Fund between 2001 and 2003. He had paid some of the back taxes in 2006 after the IRS sent him a bill. When the Obama transition team discovered he owed even more back taxes, Geithner paid those additional taxes days before Obama announced his choice in November, according to the Senate Finance Committee considering his nomination.

    Obama's staff told senators about the tax issues on Dec. 5.

    Geithner also didn't realize a housekeeper he paid in 2004 and 2005 did not have current employment documentation as an immigrant for the final three months she worked for him, according to the materials released by the committee.

    As a result of the new controversy, Geithner won't be able to be confirmed in time to take office next Tuesday, when Obama will be sworn in, as Democratic leaders and Obama aides had hoped. Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., on Wednesday rescheduled a confirmation hearing to next Wednesday after a GOP objection was lodged to his plans to hold it this Friday.

    It was clearly unwanted news to a team that had prided itself on efficiency and raw talent.

    Incoming White House spokesman Robert Gibbs called Geithner's missteps "honest mistakes, which, upon learning of them, he quickly addressed." But serious issues were raised about the performance of Obama's team in vetting Geithner that are not likely to go away soon.

    In another jarring episode, Obama and Senate Democrats also were outmaneuvered by disgraced Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and Roland Burris, the man he chose to fill Obama's vacant Senate seat.

    Obama at first endorsed the hard line taken by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and other Senate Democrats that they never would accept an appointment from Blagojevich. But Burris, a black politician who had an unblemished reputation, made a goodwill overture to Senate Democrats. Illinois constitutional law seemed to be on his side. Both Reid and Obama reversed course and signaled to Senate leaders that they should seat Burris.

    "These are very smart people. But they're not reading the politics carefully," said Paul C. Light, professor of government and public service at New York University. "They've allowed themselves to be backed into a corner by a disgraced governor of Illinois and hoodwinked by several of their own nominees and perhaps by their own hubris."

    Obama's team may be brilliant and experienced, "but what they lack is common sense," Light said.

    On a less consequential matter, Obama also stumbled when he failed to notify incoming Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., that he was about to name fellow Californian Leon Panetta, who had been President Bill Clinton's budget director and chief of staff after a long congressional career, to the job of CIA director. Although popular and experienced as an administrator, Panetta lacked an intelligence background and the surprise selection put Feinstein in a difficult position.

    The jarring ***ps in the road to Obama's inauguration are "really quite stunning for a transition team that has so carefully studied everything that might go wrong, and which was faultless up until about a week ago," said Stephen Hess, an authority on presidential transitions at the Brookings Institution.

    The disclosures on Richardson and Geithner are "stunning news," Hess said. "And coming so close to the inauguration, it's harder to put the pieces back together."

    Baucus, the Senate Finance Committee chairman, said Tuesday after a closed-door committee meeting on the subject that, while he was disappointed with the new information, Geithner had taken steps necessary to fix the problems, and the mistakes he made "do not rise to a level of disqualification."

    But the panel's senior Republican, Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, raised questions about the disclosures.

    Geithner may have one thing going for him: The public may be more far more concerned about the economy at this point than over the would-be treasury secretary's past mistakes.
    If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

    Democrats - Brave enough to KILL our unborn, just NOT our ENEMIES!

  7. #7
    Now we need to have an inauguration ceremony for all the winners
    "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

  8. #8
    Fetus sandwich coming soon near you, courtesy of Democrats who love killing and frying our unborn babies. A great use of tax payers money. USA which preaches civil rights and liberties is the most hypocrite of all allowing murders of unborn. It only happens in America. Legalizing MURDER of those who cannot voice their rights. Welcome to CHANGE !!!!!

    President-elect Barack Obama is considering issuing an executive order to reverse a controversial Bush administration abortion policy in his first week in office, three Democratic sources said Monday.

    Obama's second full day as president falls on the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion in the United States.

    The sources said Obama may use the occasion to reverse the "Mexico City policy" reinstated in 2001 by Bush that prohibits U.S. money from funding international family planning groups that promote abortion or provide information, counseling or referrals about abortion services. It bans any organization receiving family planning funds from the U.S. Agency for International Development from offering abortions or abortion counseling.

    The "Mexico City policy," commonly referred to by critics as "the global gag rule," was devised by President Ronald Reagan in 1984 at a population conference in Mexico City.

    President Bill Clinton lifted the ban in January 1993 as one of his first acts as president, but President George W. Bush reinstated it in his first executive order on January 22, 2001, the 28th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

    At the time, critics -- including Planned Parenthood -- called the move a "legislative ambush."

    Bush defended the action, saying then: "It is my conviction that taxpayer funds should not be used to pay for abortion or actively promote abortion."

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITI....abortion/index.html
    If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

    Democrats - Brave enough to KILL our unborn, just NOT our ENEMIES!

  9. #9
    Are you still posting this drivel a9??
    "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

  10. #10
    Another sore loser and sore winner thread here.
    "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." John Adams on Defense of the boston Massacre

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