Daily Archives: January 5, 2011

Birds of a Feather, Who Flock Together, Die in 2011 in USA and Abroad


It’s a Global Phenomenon! Is this what the insane Globalists, Elitists, and NWO Tools were shooting for?

Add Upshur County Texas and newly discovered Lebanon, Tennessee (although too late for effective study) to the growing list of locations of  Unexplained Bird Deaths Continue to Mount and Expand in the United States.

Many understand that this is not confined solely to the United States nor is it exclusive to birds and/or fish. There have been crabs, bats, and more. However, I am monitoring the birds more closely, as they have the ability to travel a wider distance.

Around the world:

Migratory birds unspecified at Tottori, Japan
Turtledoves at Faenza, Italy
Jackdaws at Falköping, Sweden

I will update as continuing events unfold.

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Spooky Dude At It Again! Get Over Yourself Soros!

George Soros Openly Discusses the coming New World Order

InfowarsCanada | January 01, 2011

The $oro$ legacy will be one of lust, lost, and loathing. He never met a country he wouldn’t burn!

George Soros – China is overheating – Magister Bernd M Pulch

MaPuigos87 | January 04, 2011

Imagine, for a moment, if $oro$ was a force for the good of the world… nah he’s vying for Lucifer’s seat. China watch your backside! Forewarned is forearmed.

A Breath of Fresh Air as the New Congress is Sworn In

Finally, it is encouraging to know that the Presidential line of succession now has Speaker of the House John Boehner in position.We the Peopleof the United States of America have been heard! Now let’s get Obamacare repealed!

Press Release

Contact: Cory Fritz
202-225-6205
Excerpts from Boehner’s Speech to the Opening Session of the 112th Congress
 

Jan 5, 2011 Washington– Following are excerpts from Congressman John Boehner’s (R-West Chester) remarks to the opening session of the 112th Congress which will convene today at 12:00 p.m. ET:* * * * * * * * * * * *

“We gather here today at a time of great challenges.  Nearly one in ten of our neighbors are looking for work.  Health care costs are still rising for families and small businesses.  Our spending has caught up with us, and our debt will soon eclipse the size of our entire economy.  Hard work and tough decisions will be required of the 112th Congress. No longer can we fall short.  No longer can we kick the can down the road.  The people voted to end business as usual, and today we begin carrying out their instructions.”

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“The American people have humbled us.  They have refreshed our memories as to just how temporary the privilege to serve is.  They have reminded us that everything here is on loan from them.  That includes this gavel, which I accept cheerfully and gratefully, knowing I am but its caretaker.  After all, this is the people’s House.  This is their Congress.  It’s about them, not us.  What they want is a government that is honest, accountable and responsive to their needs.  A government that respects individual liberty, honors our heritage, and bows before the public it serves.”

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“Our aim will be to give government back to the people.  In seeking this goal, we will part with some of the rituals that have come to characterize this institution under majorities Republican and Democratic alike.  We will dispense with the conventional wisdom that bigger bills are always better; that fast legislating is good legislating; that allowing additional amendments and open debate makes the legislative process ‘less efficient’ than our forefathers intended.  These misconceptions have been the basis for the rituals of modern Washington.  The American people have not been well served by them.”

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“We will not always get it right.  We will not always agree on what is right.  A great deal of scar tissue has built up on both sides of the aisle.  We cannot ignore that, nor should we. My belief has always been, we can disagree without being disagreeable to each other.  That’s why it is critical this institution operate in a manner that permits a free exchange of ideas, and resolves our honest differences through a fair debate and a fair vote.  We may have different – sometimes, very different – ideas for how to go about achieving the common good, but it is our shared goal.  It is why we serve.”

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NOTE: Boehner’s speech will take place after the election of the Speaker and will be streamed live online at the Pledge to America Facebook Page.