Friday, October 23, 2015

Who is This Guy in the Oval Office? (Part 23)

Published on Nov 29, 2013 the Dopest Conscious Hip-Hop 24/7!! presents our groundbreaking interview with rap artist Professor Griff of Public Enemy.
Professor Griff lists Obama's lies, describes why hip hop stars are in the White House and breaks down some of the world's deadliest corporations.
Griff has always been an outspoken voice in the hip hop community and by combining forces with Alex Jones and Infowars, he attempts to break the public's mass-media induced coma.
$7 million dollars
According to financial disclosure reports, President Obama has an estimated net worth of $7 million dollars. Since he was worth $1.3 million in 2007, that makes the millionaire 438% more wealthy than when he first ran for office.

BREAKING! Claim: Obama Hid His Gay Life To Become President! Documented Report
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Obama’s Legacy: A Bruce Jenner Bobble Head
By Cheryl Chumley
December 10, 2015
So many legacies; so many symbols. As President Obama enters his last months in the White House, and the question of his legacy swirls, several choices come to mind: There's Obamacare socialism.
There's quantitative easing and the whole magic money thing. Speaking of, there's the loss of America's AAA credit rating.
There's the showdowns with citizens about the border – and the showdown with cattle ranchers in Nevada. There's the bus dumping of illegal minors at a community near you.
There's the rise and spread of ISIS, the administration's blind eye to the persecution of Christians – the administration's blind eye to the IRS persecution of Republicans. And the administration's blind eye to the criminals and potential terrorists skipping up from Mexico. There's gun control and no border control, fights with Israel to win favor with Iran.
Somebody cue Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire" and bring in a good lyricist. The list goes on.
But the assortment of images that could be used to capture such legacies is equally long. How about putting the picture of a magician pulling a rabbit out of its hat on the dollar bill? The magician's face could even be Obama's - for added symbolism, that is. Or maybe we could simply fly white flags of surrender along the southern-most tips of southern states' boundaries say, every 10 feet or so. Or brand a special pen and cell phone gift set to memorialize Obama's famous-and-favorite mantra, "Who Needs Congress?"
A t-shirt of a random police department, with the words, "Whites Need Not Apply?"
A desktop paperweight forged from the melted steel of confiscated guns?
A world map that contains a Palestine but no Israel?
Just some thoughts.
But the symbol that sums up all Obama's legacies – the one that really encompasses all the president's passions, from killing the American economy through regulation to killing the American family through forced transgender and gay rights – is this: Bruce Jenner.
Or Caitlyn Jenner.
Whichever. Bruce Jenner in a dress – which is to say, Caitlyn Jenner.
Regardless, set the figure to a bobble head and that's Obama's legacy in a nutshell. Why?
Go back in time to 1976, the height of the Cold War and tense relations between the Soviet Union and America. It's the Summer Olympics in Montreal and the Soviet's Mykoloa Avilov is fiercely defending his 1972 gold win in the decathlon. Here comes Jenner – who wins it. And in so doing, he captures not only the hearts of adoring American fans, who dub him the "world's greatest athlete," but also secures his long-running iconic placement on boxes upon boxes of Wheaties breakfast cereal – all while shooting a not-so-subtle middle finger Russia's way. In America's centennial year, no less. Quite an accomplishment.
Now fast-forward to 2015 and Jenner's abandonment of manhood – his gratification, so to speak.
Isn't that how America's morphed under Obama?
Our once unquestioned mightiness is in doubt; our once unparalleled status on the world stage as A-Number One uncertain. Our dollar is down. Our foreign policy, a shambles; our education system, subpar; our exceptionalism, mocked and degraded – and not just by our enemies. Obama himself regularly downplays America's greatness.
America, the mighty Olympian, has fallen from grace. We've ceded the gold to another. We've gone girly, just like that other great American Olympian of yesteryear.
So this president's legacy? Truly, nothing says Obama like a Jenner bobble head.
© 2015 Cheryl Chumley - All Rights Reserved
Cheryl K. Chumley, a news writer with and former news staffer with the Washington Times, is also the author of "Police State USA: How Orwell's Nightmare Is Becoming Our Reality." She may be reached on Twitter at @ckchumley, or through her blog,
The Many Lies Paving the Way to Obama's Legacy
by Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.
July 22, 2015
On the Iranian threat to Israel: “The danger from Iran is grave, it is real, and my goal will be to eliminate this threat. . . . Finally, let there be no doubt: I will always keep the threat of military action on the table to defend our security and our ally Israel.”
On health care: “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your health-care plan, you can keep your health-care plan.”
On Syria’s WMD: “We have been very clear to the Assad regime — but also to other players on the ground — that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized.”
On capitalism: “If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”
On religious freedom: “Let’s honor the conscience of those who disagree with abortion and draft a sensible conscience clause and make sure that all of our health-care policies are grounded not only in sound science, but also in clear ethics, as well as respect for the equality of women.”
On immigration: “They’re going to say we need to quadruple the Border Patrol, or they’ll want a higher fence. Maybe they’ll need a moat. Maybe they’ll want alligators in the moat.”
On world public opinion: “People don’t remember, but when I came into office, the United States in world opinion ranked below China and just barely above Russia, and today once again, the United States is the most respected country on earth.”
On Benghazi: “Here’s what happened. . . . You had a video that was released by somebody who lives here, sort of a shadowy character who — who made an extremely offensive video directed at — at Mohammed and Islam . . . making fun of the Prophet Mohammed. And so, this caused great offense in much of the Muslim world. But what also happened, extremists and terrorists used this as an excuse to attack a variety of our embassies, including the one, the consulate in Libya.”
I don’t believe him.
I understand he is the president of the United States, a position that should warrant presumptive trust regardless of one’s philosophical or partisan identification. But I cannot start with a presumption of trust when it comes to this president, the former true-believing community organizer whose word has proven to be vapid or even patently false on so many important issues. You see, this president is the classic progressive — far more classic than the Clintons, for whom truth is purely situational: only good as long as it fits their purpose, and then on to Plan B.
What makes Barack Obama the real progressive is that he truly believes that his great willpower magically transforms his pronouncements. Indeed, his mere will makes them accurate — especially if he repeats them enough — despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. All of which brings us to this week’s deal with the world’s most successful sponsor of terrorism — and its most persistent deluder.
The major provisions of the Iranian nuclear deal are by now familiar to many concerned Americans. The agreement contemplates enhancement of the regime’s nuclear infrastructure and aggressive development of an intercontinental ballistic missile program. (Wonder at whom those ICBMs will be aimed?) It includes the granting of a basically condition-free inspection regime (what did happen to “anytime, anywhere” inspections?) and the removal of any linkage to improved Iranian behavior, including the release of four American hostages being held by the Iranian government. The bottom line: The Obama administration’s seminal foreign-policy achievement will be the formal elimination of the West’s heretofore sacrosanct policy of ensuring a non-nuclear Iran — a bipartisan goal that has guided American foreign policy for the past 40 years.
No wonder Israel and our moderate Sunni allies are so aggravated. The president argues that he negotiated the best deal possible. After all, what other choice did he have? But this is a circular argument. The president’s false choice – either we have war or we have this treaty — ignores the alternative of a tighter, more comprehensive deal. Recall that Western sanctions (implemented in 2011 over Obama’s objections) were crushing the Iranian economy — a state of affairs that not so long ago led tens of thousands of Iranian dissidents to embrace a pro-democracy “green” revolution. Alas, that momentum toward freedom was short-lived and not supported by the always-acquiescent Obama administration.
Seven years into his presidency, Barack Obama’s willpower and ego have not made the world’s bad guys appreciate a newly dovish U.S. of A. No surprise here; bad guys traditionally take advantage of the weak – or at least the strong who (inexplicably) desire to be weak. They also love to fill power vacuums: Iran in Syria, Russia in Ukraine, and China in the South China Sea, to name a few.
And so our most progressive president has cut a deal with one of the worst regimes in the world. It’s all about legacy (and renting the Iranian army to kill ISIS fighters). Which takes us back to the one promise Barack Obama has (partially) kept: I will initiate tough diplomacy with our enemies. That includes Syria, Iran, North Korea, and Venezuela. I would meet with them, and I would meet with them without preconditions.
Of course, “tough” and “no preconditions” are oxymoronic; such an obvious contradiction is not lost on our newly aggressive enemies. How sad that this president has made the world a far more dangerous place than he found it upon arriving in the Oval Office. — Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. was a member of Congress from 1995 to 2003, and he served as Maryland’s governor from 2003 to 2007. He is currently a partner at the firm of King & Spalding.


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Alex Jones says Michelle Obama is a transsexual
Published on Jul 9, 2014
Alex Jones demonstrates his knowledge of anatomy.

Obama explains the FEMA Camps
Published on Feb 3, 2013
Obama talks about the FEMA camps and explains their purposes. "Prolonged Detention" is the term being used. Please watch.

Obama Banned This Video - Gee, I Wonder Why?
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Also See:
Who is This Guy in the Oval Office?
(Part 1)
16 February 2009
(Part 2)
22 April 2009
(Part 3)
16 June 2009
(Part 4)
03 August 2009
(Part 5)
03 January 2010
(Part 6)
20 May 2010
(Part 7)
21 November 2010
(Part 8)
14 February 2011
(Part 9)
03 August 2011
(Part 10)
10 October 2011
(Part 11)
11 December 2011
(Part 12)
18 April 2012
(Part 13)
01 July 2012
(Part 14)
25 October 2012
(Part 15)
14 December 2012
(Part 16)
22 May 2013
(Part 17)
27 July 2013
(Part 18)
07 October 2013
(Part 20)
10 February 2014
(Part 21)
03 June 2014
(Part 22)
22 December 2014
Who will be the Next First Lady?
01 July 2008
Is Michelle Obama a Princess?
02 October 2013