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Cliff Kincaid Speaks

Posted in politics by roving on February 28, 2009

Cliff Kincaid of Media Matters and also a writer and editor of Accuracy in Media spoke before an audience and mentions Obama questionable birth place. Note the cheering and clapping.

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Emailed Mark Levin

Posted in politics by roving on February 27, 2009

I listen to Mark levin almost nightly. He seems to be getting angrier angrier. Well TO BAD! YOU Mr. Levin are just as responsible for Obama being elected as much as the sheep. The media wouldn’t step up to do its job but did you? Rush? Hannity? No you didn’t. None of you. Yes you talked about Obama’s friends. Well guess what? People didn’t care! Yet you continued talking about it even knowing it was doing nothing to his popularity. All it would have taken was two words. Birth certificate.  If you and the others demanded the release of it and all other documents, Obama would be charged with a crime right now instead of running this country into the ground.

I emailed Mark Levin. Of course I don’t expect a response because I consider them all cowards. Its almost like they are pretending to hate Obama. If they want to stop Obama from turning our country into the USSR they still can. Pressure Obama to release his documents. Every day keep pounding about it. Obama releases his documents he has and this country could still have a chance be saved.

Obama and his policies anger you. Well, Obama, his policies, and YOU anger me! We don’t have a voice. You do and choose to remain silent. You should do all you can to defeat Obama. If this were a Republican, “they” wouldn’t hesitate to do it. Grow a pair.

Obama vs Bush Reactions From Troops

Posted in politics by roving on February 27, 2009

Just finished watching the speech Obama gave to the troops at Camp Lejeune. It wasn’t easy as I can’t stand to watch or listen to him but I wanted to see the reactions the marines would give Obama compared to Bush.

There was a huge difference. Polite clapping was all. For the most part they were silent. The only time the troops got loud was when Obama mention pay raise.

All through the campaign Obama did nothing but put our troops down. Calling them failures, refusing to admit they made peace possible in Iraq. Voted against funding for them. Now he is going to take credit for what Bush has done.

Just compare troop reactions with Bush. Its like night and day. Obama giving speech to troops on C-SPAN Then watch Bush and troops.

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“There Is No Pork In This Bill”

Posted in politics by roving on February 26, 2009

This is what Obama has said a few times. Just one of many many lies Obama has uttered since his career in office. We all have an Obama in our life. Be it at work or someone we know. We listen to them while nodding our heads or goad them on into telling even bigger whoppers. Then as soon as they leave the room, we make fun of him or compare the biggest lie the person has told.

Some of what is not pork that is in the recovery package via America’s Right

  • $59 million for Pacific salmon research
  • $5.8 million earmark for the “Ted Kennedy Institute for the Senate . . . for the planning and design of a building & an endowment”
  • $5.02 million for salaries at the Sugarbeet Disease and Oncology Labs (from Sen. Carl Levin)
  • $2.19 million for the Center for Grape Genetics (from Sen. Chuck Schumer)
  • $2 million for the promotion of astronomy in Hawaii
  • $1.79 million for swine odor and manure management
  • $1.76 million for a honeybee laboratory (from Texas Rep. Chet Edwards)
  • $1.04 million for fighting troublesome crickets in Utah
  • $819,000 for Catfish Genome Mapping (from Alabama Republican Richard Shelby), much of which could end up at my Alma Mater
  • $500,000 for a Senate “pilot program” designed to better make use of mass-mailing postcards
  • $500,000 for a fruit fly facility in Hawaii
  • $473,000 for the National Council of La Raza (from Sens. Bingaman and Menendez)
  • $400,000 for educator training designed to curb bullying at schools
  • $331,000 for research in shellfish technologies (from Virginia Sen. Jim Webb)
  • $254,000 for the Montana Sheep Institute
  • $238,000 for education programs at the Polynesian Voyaging Society
  • $209,000 for improvement of blueberry production and efficience (from Georgia Republican Saxby Chambliss)
  • $200,000 for a “Tattoo Removal Violence Prevention Outreach Program”
  • $190,000 for the Buffalo Bill Historical Center
  • $162,000 for rodent control in Hawaii
  • $143,000 for the expansion of natural history programs at a Las Vegas history museum (from Sen. Harry Reid)
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We Can Join Suit Against Obama

Posted in politics by roving on February 26, 2009

Orly Taitz will be filing two new legal actions. One for Federal Employees and one for you and I. It wont cost anything but Orly is taking donations.

I was listening to Mark Levin and he seemed extra pissed off. As he’s yelling, I’m thinking all you have to do is bring up Obama is a USURPER. Join the rest of us in demanding Obama release his papers. Mark is just one of the people I hold responsible Obama was elected and able to get away with not releasing anything. I look forward to hearing his and all the others excuses for not reporting or talking about all the lawsuits when it comes out Obama wasn’t born in the U.S.

How Obama Got Elected

Posted in politics by roving on February 25, 2009

The campaign over the summer was the most frustrating thing I ever witnessed. The out right lies and distortions were unbelievable.

After years of buying my local paper, I couldn’t stomach the biased any longer and  emailed the editor and told him the reasons I could no longer buy his paper.

Two weeks before I canceled, the editor had written a editorial about getting complaints of its seemingly biased commentary in the editorial page. The way it normally looked, there would be three editorials pro Obama and one pro McCain. Sometimes all were pro Obama. Letters to the editor were mainly anti McCain. The editor said the paper would be more fair. Well I waited two weeks and nothing changed so stopped buying it.

It wasn’t just that 90% of the time the editorial page was pro Obama, it distorted the facts about obama in a good light and in a bad light whenever anything was printed about McCain or Palin.

Now our local paper will no longer have a Monday edition. Gee, I wonder why? Who wants to read  a paper like that? I want to read about the truth.

John Ziegler made a documentary about the biased and lies in the media through out the campaign. You can see a preview on the website He has also been making the rounds in the MSM and has been tearing them apart. It was great to watch.

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Just A Matter Of Time Before Obama Is Busted

Posted in politics by roving on February 24, 2009

I’m sure most everyone following the Obama birth certificate saga knows about 1st LT Easterling joining Orly Taitz lawsuit against Obama. I do wish he took Orly’s advice and contacted an attorney before making any statement.

From what I read in the comment section in Free Republic it could be just a matter of time before Obama is forced to show proof he is elgible to be president. Two comments I read gives me hope.

Comment number 32: My nephew is in the Marines, and I was picking on him about his new “boss”. He stated, “He’s not my ‘boss’. He’s a fraud”, and he indicated that there are many many more who hold the same sentiment.

Comment number 41: I was speaking with a Homeland Security employee last night…same sentiment. Many insiders are aware of BHO’s eligibility questions.

Now if everyone working for Obama would publicly voice their concerns like 1st Lt Easterling…

Its NOT A Tax Break!

Posted in politics by roving on February 23, 2009

Over and over MSM keeps calling the whopping extra $10-15 dollars a week for people wo pay taxes is a tax break. Its NOT a tax break but a tax CREDIT. A tax break doesn’t expire. A tax credit does. For those of us who pay taxes we will only see the extra few dollars until we hit the $400 to $800 range. Then it goes away.

For most working individuals, the credit will be paid over time at roughly $15 per period, assuming 26 pay periods in a year. Estimated cost: $116 billion. (Don’t you just love how getting OUR own money back is considered  costing the government? )

One-time payments to those who don’t work: For retirees, disabled individuals and others who don’t work, the bill provides a one-time $250 payment. Estimated cost: $14.2 billion.

This mess in the economy could had been fixed last year if the bailout money was given to the tax payers and not to the banks.  We seem good enough to pay taxes but not deemed good enough to stimulate it. Well, you cut me a check for $20,000 I guarantee you I would have spent at least half of it.

$13 a week. This is how the Government feels about you. Your stupid and hoping your a sucker to actually believe its going to make a difference.

The Cover-Ups Will Now Commence

Posted in politics by roving on February 22, 2009

What is it we are told over and over? Never sign something with out reading it first and if you don’t understand anything, ask.

I would think something as big as bankrupting our country would be worthy of a read over before voting. Obama is a habitual liar. Everyone knows this. It astounds me that they voted on this piece of crap stimulus bill  without knowing what was all in it.

It will take some time but  what is in the package is starting to filter out. Who knows how long it will take before it all is understood. Obama may have just found a way to keep his past and future crimes hidden and it has nothing to do with creating jobs.

I would like to meet the people who actually vote for Pelosi and Reed and ask them if they are insane or what. Surely they must be brain damaged. Maybe they could explain to me how they think the two give a crap about them or this country.

The far-reaching — and potentially dangerous — provision that no one knows about.

The provision, which attracted virtually no attention in the debate over the 1,073-page stimulus bill, creates something called the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board — the RAT Board, as it’s known by the few insiders who are aware of it. The board would oversee the in-house watchdogs, known as inspectors general, whose job is to independently investigate allegations of wrongdoing at various federal agencies, without fear of interference by political appointees or the White House.

In the name of accountability and transparency, Congress has given the RAT Board the authority to ask “that an inspector general conduct or refrain from conducting an audit or investigation.” If the inspector general doesn’t want to follow the wishes of the RAT Board, he’ll have to write a report explaining his decision to the board, as well as to the head of his agency (from whom he is supposedly independent) and to Congress. In the end, a determined inspector general can probably get his way, but only after jumping through bureaucratic hoops that will inevitably make him hesitate to go forward.

Chief political correspondent Byron York inquired with the office of a Democratic senator, one who is a big fan of inspectors general, I was told the RAT Board was “something the Obama administration wanted included in this bill.”

Read  the full story at dcexaminer

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Senator Shelby On Obama’s Birth Certificate

Posted in politics by roving on February 22, 2009

Senator Shelby (R) was at a all steak restaurant talking about the stimulus package and taking questions. One person asked if there was any truth to a rumor that appeared during the presidential campaign concerning Obama’s U.S. citizenship, or lack thereof.

“Well his father was Kenyan and they said he was born in Hawaii, but I haven’t seen any birth certificate,” Shelby said. “You have to be born in America to be president.”

Then the paper, Cullman Times tried to explain away the question by repeating the lies all the other MSM repeats over and over.

“According to the Associated Press, state officials in Hawaii checked health department records during the campaign and determined there was no doubt Obama was born in Hawaii.

The nonpartisan Web site examined the original document and said it does have a raised seal and the usual evidence of a genuine document. In addition, reproduced an announcement of Obama’s birth, including his parents’ address in Honolulu, that was published in the Honolulu Advertiser on Aug. 13, 1961.”

Lie number one is Hawaii officials NEVER said there was no doubt Obama was born in Hawaii. Lie number two, The fact check document has been debunked and proved a fraud. Lie number three. People who lived around there have no memory of Obama living there and seeing how it was 1961, Obama would have stuck out like a sore thumb.

If Senator Shelby had any doubts about Obama’s birth place, why didn’t he say something before? Coward.

This also goes to show why anyone running for office should be required to take a Constitution test. Senator Shelby should know BOTH parents need to be natural born in order for Obama to be president.

Rick Santenlli Lets er Rip. Again

Posted in politics by roving on February 22, 2009

When you go to Washington stay away from the kool-aid. Something is in it that makes normal people think Socialism  is a good thing. Russian Prime Minister Vladamir Putin has said the US should take a lesson from the pages of Russian history and not exercise “excessive intervention in economic activity and blind faith in the state’s omnipotence”.

Roland Burris, A Gift From God

Posted in politics by roving on February 21, 2009

Burris must of been listening  to some other God. . “People said I was either crazy or divinely directed. I accept the latter,” he said. “I believe without a doubt that I am predestined to be a role model.”

The  man Roland Burris who said the bible is his blueprint for life,  knowingly tried sending an innocent man to death row. In a perfect world Burris would have been brought up on attempted murder charges.

Sun-Times In 1992, as Burris sought the death penalty for Cruz — who had been convicted twice by juries — a Burris deputy resigned in protest. Deputy Attorney General Mary Brigid Kenney became convinced that Cruz was innocent, the victim of “many instances of prosecutorial misconduct.” She asked Burris to stop defending the case before the Supreme Court but Burris refused. In her letter of resignation, Kenney claimed her boss had “seen fit to ignore the evidence in this case.” Burris countered that “it is not for me to place my judgment over a jury, regardless of what I think.” The state Supreme Court eventually tossed out the conviction and a DNA test in 1995 matched a different man, Brian Dugan, to the crime.

And now we have Burris trying to buy the senate seat. Obama wants Burris out now. Of course he does. Obama got the vote he wanted. Isn’t it funny how everyone around Obama has committed crimes except for Obama. Sooner or later Obama is going to throw the wrong person under the bus and they are going to squeal long and loud.

Is it just me or does Obama being in power for one month feel like its been years? I am so ready for change.

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Keyes: Stop Obama or U.S. will cease to exist

Posted in politics by roving on February 21, 2009

You go Allen Keyes!

How Wisconsin Became Populated

Posted in Uncategorized by roving on February 21, 2009

I live on the Illinois Wisconsin border. Back when gas was cheap and if I was really bored, I would sometimes get in my car and take a drive. I like going there to cut the cheese sometimes.

My advice, never go to Wisconsin at night or make sure you are out of the state before dark. I once went to meet someone deep into Wisconsin. It took me 1/12hr to get to my destination. I took me almost 4hrs to get back to Illinois.  When I hit the Illinois border it took all I had not to stop the car and kiss the ground.

All I did was try and avoid going through one town and wanted to go around it. 2hrs later I ended up in the exact same place where I started.

I have been in many many states and Wisconsin was the only state that I ever had a problem navigating in. The reason you ask? Well, its the road signs. Wisconsin has some strange signs. They are letters. its not so bad in the daylight and as long as the sun is out. You can use it to get out of there but at night, forget it.

Some may think I was lost. That isn’t so. Men don’t get lost. Sometimes we like to take the scenic route. We do it on purpose.   Wisconsin is full of  people who couldn’t find their way out and just gave up. Abduction. That’s what Wisconsin does to inhabit the state.

They put out these road signs on purpose making it almost impossible to get out.  People ended up saying the hell with it. We’ll just live here. Some signs only have letters only like KK. No North/ South KK. Just KK.

You have been warned.

Words. Just Words.

Posted in politics by roving on February 20, 2009

Maybe its good I never liked Obama from day one. I can’t stand the way he talks and how he talks about nothing. The way he pronounces the letter S is like fingernails on a chalkboard. I live in IL so  know how corrupt and pretty much useless he was in doing his job. (When he decided to do his job anyway.)

Feeling this way may have saved me from falling under this spell he put people under during his campaign. All I could stomach to watch were bits and pieces and I saw how he talked a lot but didn’t say anything, but the crowd acted strange. People fainting when seeing him.

July 2008 Barack Obama returned to Chicago Sunday and made an appearance before the UNITY minority journalists’ convention

Obama received a standing ovation from many in the audience at the start and end of his appearance. There was also a rush toward the stage after his speech, as Obama shook hands and signed autographs.

One journalist was also overheard wishing him luck, while another squealed, “He touched me!” as she left the ballroom.

I seen the article written by the psychologist saying Obama hypnotized the crowd and he made some really good observations. It made complete sense to me. I know hypnotism can work. I’ve been hypnotized before.

Washingtonpost “I am going to try to be so persuasive, so that those of you who are still wavering…will suddenly come to the conclusion — a light beam will shine through — will light you up — and you will experience an epiphany — I have to vote for Barack!  When you do, we would love you to fill out one of these supporter cards to memorialize this moment.”

“If you believe…

“If you believe…

“If you believe…”

A fundamental tool of “conversational hypnosis” is pacing and leading—a way for the hypnotist to bypass the listener’s critical faculty by associating repeated statements that are unquestionably accurate with the message he wants to convey.

In his Denver acceptance speech, Obama used the phrases “that’s why I stand here tonight,” “now is the time,” and “this moment” 14 times. Paces are connected to the lead by words such as “and,” “as,” “because,” or “that is why.” For example, “we need change” (who could disagree?)…and…that is why I will be your next President.”
Techniques of trance induction include extra slow speech, rhythm, tonalities, vagueness, visual imagery, metaphor, and raising of emotion. Hypnotists often have patients count. In a speech after the primaries closed, Obama said: “Sixteen months have passed (paused)…Thousands (pause) of miles…(pause)…Millions of voices….”

South Carolina: “At some point in the evening, a light is going to shine down and you will have an epiphany and you’ll say, ‘I have to vote for Barack.’”

Obama McCain win New Hampshire’s first votes. That morning at a rally Obama praised his brown shirts, er student volunteers: “My job is to be so persuasive that if there’s anybody left out there who is still not sure whether they will vote, or is still not clear who they will vote for, That a light will shine through that window, a beam of light will come down upon you. You will experience an epiphany…and you will suddenly realize that you must go to the polls and vote for Obama.”

Obama had used that same “If you believe” along with “You will experience an epiphany” phrase over and over in other stump speeches. And the people stood there in awe.

There were quite a few pictures of Obama taken. What I noticed were more then a few would have a light above or around Obama to give him a almost a divine saviour look.

The question is, how long before more of the people under the spell will join the others that have already “seen the light” and now are saying what have I done!??

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