There Is Always Some Truth To What Barack Obama Says


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10 Responses to There Is Always Some Truth To What Barack Obama Says

  1. gator69 says:

    “To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect.”

  2. darrylb says:

    In case anyone missed it, I do believe Bill Clinton recently got it exactly right!
    Calling it the world’s greatest double standard.
    “If you come to our country, we won’t let you worship the way you want. We won’t let you say what you want.” “They won’t let you do what you want to do”.
    “However, we have come to your country: therefore, we have a right to do whatever we want to do, including kill you if you make us mad”.
    “It’s just madmess”.

    • Gail Combs says:

      AHHHhhh yes, Slick Willy. Remember his Wife wants the Oval Office.

      Another Mia Culpa
      “Today’s global food crisis shows “we all blew it, including me when I was president,” by treating food crops as commodities instead of as a vital right of the world’s poor, Bill Clinton told a U.N. gathering on Thursday.”

        • Gail Combs says:

          More information on “Operation Choke Point”
          Your link points to this article:

          Another article with more information

          The general outline is the DOJ and bank regulators are putting the screws to banks and other third-party payment processors to refuse banking services to companies and industries that are deemed to pose a “reputation risk” to the bank. Most controversially, the list of dubious industries is populated by enterprises that are entirely, or at least generally, legal. Tom Blumer’s extremely informative post summarizing what is known to date about Operation Choke Point reproduces the list, which includes things such as ammunition sales, escort services, get-quick-rich schemes, on-line gambling, “racist materials” and payday loans. Quite obviously, some of these things are not like the other; moreover, just because there are some bad apples within a legal industry doesn’t justify effectively destroying a legal industry through secret executive fiat.

          An article from two years earlier:

          Another Way To Kill US Farmers: Seize Their Bank Accounts on Phony Charges

          A darn good reason to do business cash only. Unfortunately the government has that covered too. Excess cash is consider proof of drug dealing and can be confiscated WITHOUT CHARGES OR TRIAL!

          What is Forfeiture and why do we FEAR it?

          “Civil asset forfeiture has allowed police to view all of America as some giant national K-Mart, where prices are not just lower, but non-existent – a sort of law enforcement ‘pick-and-don’t-pay.” ~ U.S. Rep. Henry Hyde, sponsor of the
          Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000

          Incredible as it sounds, civil asset forfeiture laws allow the government to seize property without charging anyone with a crime. Until FEAR achieved the nation’s first major federal forfeiture law reform at the turn of the millenium, the government was allowed to keep whatever property it seized without ever having to prove a case. Seized property was presumed guilty and could be forfeited based upon mere hearsay—even a tip supplied by by an informant who stood to gain up to 25% of the forfeited assets. Owners were forced into the untenable situation of trying to prove a negative—that something never happened, even though no proof of any illegal act had been offered at trial……

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  3. ossqss says:

    That is a funny pic in a gut wrenching way………

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