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  1. Wow Brother ,that is one heck of an answer and I am glad you took your time. Even though your answer scares the h ell outa me ,I thank you. Like you said " sometimes the answer isn't what you want to hear" your's has fed into other doubts and fears . God Bless you Brother and Thank's again
  2. Cris,thanks but that is exactly what I did and have been doing from the begining. Which is why I think it might be an error on this site.
  3. Ronald Kessler reporting from Washington, D.C. — The financial crisis a few weeks before the last presidential election was enough to push Barack Obama over the top. This week’s Newsweek cover slamming President Obama could have almost as much impact. “Hit the Road, Barack — Why We Need a New President” the cover says. “Obama’s Gotta Go” the article inside says. Journalists are not idiots. They recognize that Obama, as the Newsweek cover story documents, has been a failure. But they are also lemmings who will not depart from their traditional support of Democrats unless given permission by their peers. The cover story in Newsweek, one of the most liberal-leaning publications in the country, does just that. Because of support by the press, Obama became president in the first place and has held his own against Mitt Romney in polls. Three months before the story of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr.’s connection to Obama finally broke in the mainstream media, I began writing stories as chief Washington correspondent of about Obama’s close association with his America-bashing minister. The media, which had known generally about Wright since Obama announced his candidacy in February 2007, ignored the stories. If the media had picked them up then, Obama likely would not be president today. According to pollsters, largely as a result of the stories the press finally ran about Wright, Obama’s double-digit lead over Hillarious Clinton vanished. At the same time, John McCain shot up in the polls, and Hillarious began winning the primaries. But by then, Obama was ahead, and it was too late for her to overcome his previous lead. Indeed, David Remnick’s “The Ridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama” quotes an unidentified Clinton aide as saying, “If Jeremiah Wright had dropped in January [2008], it [Obama’s candidacy] would have been over.” Today, the media largely ignore Obama’s daily distortions and record of failure, all documented in the Newsweek article. In contrast, after President Bush gave his 2003 State of the Union address, the press attacked him mercilessly for weeks over his 16-word statement that the British government had learned that Saddam Hussein sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa. In fact, the statement was true. After the British House of Commons Intelligence and Security Committee reviewed the MI6 intelligence about the claim involving Niger, it concluded in September 2003 that the British intelligence service was justified in continuing to say that Hussein had tried to obtain uranium from that country. The press then ignored the report showing that Bush’s statement was indeed accurate. But when Obama says the private sector of the economy is doing fine, belittles success, claims the Supreme Court cannot overrule a law passed by Congress, says he is not divisive even as he attacks Republicans, gratuitously injects race into his comments, or claims Romney and Paul Ryan would end Medicare as we know it, the press gives the president a pass. None of this is lost on the public. A recent Rasmussen poll found that 59 percent of likely U.S. voters believe Obama has received the best treatment from the media so far. Just 18 percent think Mitt Romney has been treated better. Having been a reporter for the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, I know how susceptible journalists are to the herd instinct. The Newsweek cover story in effect tells journalists it’s OK to begin telling the truth about Obama and expose his presidency as the failure Newsweek says it is. For that reason, it could be a turning point in the election.
  4. In the 16th Running of the Roaches, a Mitt Romney roach handily beat a Barack Obama bug. The race has an 84 percent success rate in picking presidents. Mitt Romney could be crawling to a White House victory if the efforts of a namesake cockroach are any indication. Every four years, the New Jersey Pest Management Association holds a "presidential cockroach derby" that picks two Madagascar hissing cockroaches to stand in for the Republican and Democratic nominees and races them on a three-foot-long track. This year marked the 16th Running of the Roaches and pitted a Romney roach against a Barack Obama bug, each with a tiny caricature of the nominees taped to their backs. Leonard Douglen, association executive director of the NJPMA, admits the race is a publicity stunt for the organization, but still thinks the roach race can be a good indicator of who will win the real campaign come November. “We have an 84 percent prediction rate,” Douglen told the New Jersey Star-Ledger. Although there is a history of animals making accurate psychic predictions, such as Paul the Psychic Octopus of 2010 World Cup fame, Douglen admits there's no scientific evidence of roaches predicting anything, except that people do not prefer insect infested restaurants. NJPMA vice president Phillip Cooper, who is in charge of raising the racing roaches, couldn't help but notice parallels between the candidates and the cockroaches. “Look, the Obama Roach is leaning a little to the left,” he remarked to as he loaded the roaches onto the track. The political quips didn't stop there. Douglen joked to the Star-Ledger that the Obama roach had to have security to ensure he didn't get squashed by a spectator. When the Romney Roach attempted to climb back onto the track and head in the other direction, an onlooker remarked, “Look, he’s flip-flopping. Typical.” If the 84 percent success rate is any indication, Romney will be the next president, since his bug beat the Obama insect handily. “I am not saying that the race can actually predict the outcome of the national elections,” Douglen told "But in 2008, it was the Obama cockroach that won the race.”
  5. ATLANTA -- A federal appeals court has ruled that Georgia law enforcement can check on the immigration status of criminal suspects who fail to produce proper identification. The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Monday that a hold blocking that section of the state's 2011 immigration law should be lifted. The panel did leave in place a part of the injunction blocking the prosecution of certain individuals who knowingly harbor or transport an illegal immigrant during the commission of a crime. The decision follows a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding parts of a similar law in Arizona.
  6. Christians in Temecula, Calif., are fighting a county proposal that would effectively ban churches – or the expansion of the area’s only current church – in a 19,000-acre “Wine Country Community Plan.” Hundreds have already voiced their objection at the first of two public meetings on the development plan; reportedly more than 3,000 have written letters to the county; and that single church, Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship, with the help of the nonprofit law firm Advocates for Faith & Freedom, is gearing up to file a federal lawsuit against what it says is a gross violation of religious freedom in America. . “It’s unethical and unconstitutional,” area resident Lilly Brown Walter stated publicly at the planning meeting, according to the Riverside, Calif., Press-Enterprise. “There is a silent majority who will not tolerate that. There are plenty of people poised and ready to take this to the end.” The Wine Country zone was first created years ago by Riverside County to protect its economically critical vineyards and wineries. But in 1999, local vintners publicly contested Calvary Chapel’s attempt to build a church in the Wine Country when the congregation grew too large for the barn where its services had been held. Though the church was allowed to construct its building, the county shortly thereafter passed an ordinance banning any further church construction in the Wine Country – a fact Calvary Chapel didn’t discover until its zoning request to expand facilities was denied earlier this year. Now Riverside County is looking to expand Wine Country by nearly 12,000 acres to allow growth of another 60 wineries and construction of roughly 1,000 homes. But if Wine Country expands, so expands the reach of the ban on churches. Advocates for Faith & Freedom reports that Calvary Chapel’s pastor, Clark Van Wick, attempted to meet with local vintners to avoid a controversy like the one in 1999 that led to the ban in the first place. Van Wick, however, was allegedly met with a rude answer: “We don’t want your kind out here.” Advocates for Faith & Freedom reports the vintners remain opposed to nearby churches in the expanded Wine Country, but the law firm insists a ban on churches is not a legal use of zoning laws. “Although religious liberty is often exercised in the form of free speech, as in the incident surrounding Chick-fil-A, it is more often exercised in the form of believers assembling together for the common purpose of worshiping God, holding church services and educating the youth,” asserted Robert Tyler, general counsel for Advocates for Faith & Freedom, in a statement. “We must defend the right to assemble against discriminatory zoning laws and land use regulations, or else governmental officials will be able to zone out Christians whenever it is politically expedient.” An organization called Wine Country Freedom has established a website with local government contact information so concerned citizens can get involved. The organization also crafted a 30-second video explaining the importance of their fight: After the first public meeting on the expansion plan, the county commissioners requested a full analysis of churches and Wine Country, the Press-Enterprise reports. The analysis is expected to be complete by the second public hearing scheduled for Aug. 22. Wine Country Freedom is encouraging people to contact local officials to voice opposition to the ban, then attend the meeting itself, where Calvary Chapel will serve Chick-fil-A to all those who attend during the lunchtime break.
  7. Music star Ray Stevens, whose “The Streak” decades ago set a standard for enlightening music fans about political and social trends in America, has launched a new video skewering Barack Obama’s executive orders. He “doesn’t seem to care about the Constitution; that’s passé. He’s got a new solution,” Stevens sings on his . He’s joined by Billy Dean and Larry Gatlin in the performance, which includes quotes from longtime Obama friend and former Weather Underground member Bill Ayers (“We are communist, women and men, underground in the United States”) and George Soros (“The main obstacle to a stable and just world order is the United States”). He also explains that Obama really doesn’t need to bother Congress, as “They’d just get in his way.” The concept of an imperial presidency also is addressed in the new hot-selling “Fool Me Twice: Obama’s Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposed,” which says Americans will be surprised at what Barack Obama plans for Congress if he is elected to a second term. New York Times bestselling author Aaron Klein, who wrote the book with another Times bestselling author, Brenda J. Elliott, was on “The Mike Huckabee Show” last weekend with Gov. Mike Huckabee. He said the blueprints for the second term include a lot of “executive orders” and “interagency directives” and all of those bypass Congress. What will the orders be about? Amnesty for illegals, economic issues and possibly even your paycheck, Klein tells Huckabee. The book covers jobs, wages, health care, immigration “overhaul,” electoral “reform,” national energy policy, Pentagon plans and more. Stevens previously has lobbed comedy at Obama, with a video about Obama taking golf outings while the “Red Chinese” buy America’s soul, a where he’s now “printing money in the basement as fast as he can,” and another Some listeners wrote on the YouTube web page that Stevens has a “great song and so true,” but critics attacked the singer, with “This is how desperate a once good singer gets trying to stay relevant…” Stevens has won several Grammys in his long career, including one for “Everything is Beautiful,” and has worked with of Nashville’s legends, including Elvis Presley. Stevens, 73, has had projects from gospel to comedy and had titles including “Gitarzan,” “Along Came Jones” and “Misty.” For several years he performed at his own show in Branson, Mo. His “We The People,” a CD/DVD package, came in 2010 and was featured twice on “The O’Reilly Factor.” “The Obama Nation”:
  8. The more stupidity coming out of California makes me wonder if it isn't time for California to break off and sink. Just make sure the head whackos are home Pelosi Feinstein Waters etc. What is it with California ?
  9. The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) told reporters Friday that it will grant driver's licenses to the undocumented immigrants getting an “employment authorization document" under Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program; Arizona and Nebraska governors said their states will not. President Barack Obama's new immigration program will mean some undocumented immigrants will be granted driver's licenses -- and some will not, depending on where they live. It's the first sign that states will differ dramatically in their implementation of the President's program. The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) told reporters Friday that it will grant driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants who get an “employment authorization document" under Obama's program. Days before, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed an executive order directing state agencies to deny driver's licenses and other public benefits -- such as welfare and in-state tuition -- to undocumented immigrants under the President's program. Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman issued a statement Friday saying the state will also continue to deny driver's licenses and public benefits to undocumented immigrants. The purpose of Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is to allow immigrants who are under 30 and came to the U.S. when they were under 16 to be able to attain work permits and avoid deportation. But immigration activists say that driving is an essential part of being able to work. This is especially true for farmworkers who travel far following crops, Diana Tellefson Torres of the United Farm Workers Foundation told the Bay Area News Group. In Los Angeles, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck and others have said for some time that issuing driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants would increase public safety because licensed drivers are required to pass a driving test and to have auto insurance. There is an unlicensed driver behind the wheel in about one out of every five fatal crashes nation-wide, and these crashes resulted in 21,049 deaths from 2007 to 2009, according to AAA. However, it is unknown how many of these drivers were undocumented; a large number of them were legal residents who had suspended or revoked licenses. According to LAPD Chief Beck, drivers who are unlicensed, and therefore uninsured, may also be involved in disproportionately more hit-and-run collisions. In California in 2010, a total of 14,735 hit-and-run collisions left 19,009 injured and 147 dead, according to the California Highway Patrol. A 1993 law in California prohibits undocumented immigrants from obtaining driver's licenses. Still, many drive away, risking car impounds, expensive penalties, criminal charges and even deportation. California Assemblyman Gil Cedillo (D-Los Angeles) is expected to introduce a bill this week that would grant driver's license to all undocumented immigrants in the state -- not just those who qualify under Obama's new program. Immigrant activists gathered for a news conference Thursday to call for the passage of the bill. "The lack of licenses has created a criminalization of our people, of our community, and we say we've had enough," David Zid, of the Southern California Immigration Coalition (SCIC), told ABC. "[We're] not just asking, but demanding, that Governor Jerry Brown and the Legislature here in California, approve a driver's license for all people," Ron Gochez, also of SCIC, said. However, opponents of issuing driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants say it rewards breaking the law. “Not only is this wildly unpopular among the citizens, but it creates a national security risk,” Assemblyman Tim Donnelly (R-Twin Peaks) told the San Diego Union Tribune. “It is baffling that every time our laws become inconvenient for people who are here illegally, we create a new exemption,” he continued. “This pattern of pandering is a slap in the face to the law-abiding citizens and to the dedicated families and individuals who have waited for the opportunity to become Americans.” Opponents say granting licenses to undocumented immigrants would be a national security risk because license holders can fly and enter federal buildings. There are nearly 350,000 immigrants in California who qualify for the President's work permit program, which is more than in any other state, a representative of the Migration Policy Institute told the Los Angeles Times. Muzaffar Chishti of the Migration Policy Institute expects a flurry of activity in state capitals this month as governors and lawmakers debate whether to follow California or Arizona's example on this issue, the Bay Area News Group reports.
  10. Robert Mandelbaum, via MySpace. The late Frank Mandelbaum stipulated in his will that none of his son Robert's children would receive any inheritance if Robert "not be married to the child’s mother within six months of the child’s birth," The New York Post reports. A bit old-fashioned? Sure. Especially when you consider Robert Mendelbaum, a 47-year-old Manhattan Criminal Court judge, is ***. Frank Mandelbaum, who founded the ID verification company Intelli-Check, died in 2007 at the age of 73. After New York passed the Marriage Equality Act, Robert married Jonathan O'Donnell in August of 2011, shortly after the couple had a child, Cooper, via a surrogate mother. And now Robert thinks 16-month-old Cooper deserves a share of the $180,000 trust reserved for Frank's three grandkids. He and O'Donnell are fighting in court to prove that Frank's will is discriminatory, and in violation of state law. "Requiring a *** man to marry a woman . . . to ensure his child’s bequest is tantamount to expecting him either to live in celibacy, or to engage in extramarital activity with another man, and is therefore contrary to public policy,” the couple's attorney, Anne Bederka, wrote in court papers. “There is no doubt that what [Frank Mandelbaum] has sought to do is induce Robert to marry a woman." Yeah why not ? His will his money , if old ladies can leave their fortune to cats he should be able to stipulate his will. Besides it was legal when he made it!
  11. Thanks Cris, I tried to fix it but it said I didn't have permission to edit my own post. I think there must be a bug in the machine this site has been messing up posts lately.
  12. OK you guys need to fix your site. This s hit isn't funny! When I tried to edit you tell me I don't have permission to edit my own post!!!!! WTF .
  13. A drunk walks out of a bar with a key in his hand and he is stumbling Back and forth. A cop on the beat sees him and approaches, "Can I help you Sir?" "Yessh! Ssssomebody ssstole my carrr", the man replies. The cop asks, "Where was your car the last time you saw it?" "It wasss on the end of thisshh key", the man replies. About that time the cop looks down and sees the man's willy hanging Out of his fly for all the world to see. He asks the man, "Sir are you aware that you are exposing yourself?" Momentarily confused, the drunk looks down at his crotch and without Missing a beat, blurts out.... "Holy ****! My girlfriend's gone, too!!
  14. Dive/Snotrocket if you think MRE's are bad you should have had the C-rats lol
  15. Kliklikdo Now that made me laugh buddy Thanks.plus1
  16. Wow here's some humor that went south . Sideways too!
  17. Plus 1 Sir ,that was funny. I guess we'll have to change the refrain to " Paybacks a Nurse "
  18. Thanks guy's I am aware of the story of Sodom and Gamorraha and Lot etc. I guess I didn't pose my Question to well,though BUTIFLDRM came close to answering . My question is there a connection between Sodom and Gomorraha and my prayers for this country. Thanks again.
  19. Hi Everyone, I'm sure many of you have read "10 foods that are bad for you" or "Snacks that are bad for your health". After much research I have compiled a list of foods that everyone should AVOID! 1. Any food you can't remember putting in the refrigerator. 2. Any food that has changed states (gone from solid to liquid, or the opposite) 3. Any food or drink that is sporting a gray fuzzy cover. 4. Any food more than 2 months out of date. 5. Any product in containers that is changing shape (such as a can that now resembles a ball). 6. Any product in a container so rusted that you must open it to identify the contents. 7. Any product that can move out of the container by itself. 8. Any product your dog won't eat. 9. Any product that releases toxic fumes or causes memory loss upon opening. 10. Any product that has not changed appearance or odor even though it has been with you since high school. All other foods probably won't harm you, unless you so addicted that you eat nothing else.
  20. Krome hey brother H ELL NO I WON'T GO!!!! I merely found the chinese connection nefarious !
  21. Krome hey brother H ELL NO I WON'T GO!!!! I merely found the chinese connection nefarious !
  22. Phantom Negger I got your number now! seeing the 2 posts you negged this morning you are an Obami fan . No wonder you hide in the shadows .
  23. To Capt.Gutless,the Phantom Negger.... what are you negging here ? The fact you have no sense of humor ? Come out of the shadows and leave a comment , I'd respect that more than hiding in the shadows .
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