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How Many Lies Does It Take to Get to the Center of An Obama Impeachment

The Lying Never Ends With Obama:

His Documentation or Lack There Of or Edited Versions
His Social Security Number
His Religion
His Agenda
Conversations with/via/between him and Senator Kyl, Senator LeMieux, Representative Sestak, Democratic Colorado State Legislator Andrew Romanoff, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich

More Lies ~
The “Obamanation” Continues the Lying Discourse Regarding Immigration, Arizona, and John Kyl

The Bastard in Chief

Head’s Up – Kenya is Beautiful This Time of Year!

Napoleon XIV: ‘They’re coming to take me away’

blocqut — August 31, 2007 — http://www.vidap.nl/napoleon/
Napoleon XIV illustrated. ‘They’re coming to take me away, ho-ho, hi-hi, ha-ha’.

They’re Coming to Take me Away, Ha-Haaa!
Napoleon XIV

Remember when you ran away
And I got on my knees
And begged you not to leave
Because I’d go beserk

Well you left me anyhow
And then the days got worse and worse
And now you see I’ve gone
Completely out of my mind

And they’re coming to take me away ha-haaa
They’re coming to take me away ho ho hee hee ha haaa
To the funny farm
Where life is beautiful all the time
And I’ll be happy to see those nice young men
In their clean white coats
And they’re coming to take me away ha haaa

You thought it was a joke
And so you laughed
You laughed when I said
That losing you would make me flip my lid

Right? You know you laughed
I heard you laugh. You laughed
You laughed and laughed and then you left
But now you know I’m utterly mad

And they’re coming to take me away ha haaa
They’re coming to take me away ho ho hee hee ha haaa
To the happy home with trees and flowers and chirping birds
And basket weavers who sit and smile and twiddle their thumbs and toes
And they’re coming to take me away ha haaa

I cooked your food
I cleaned your house
And this is how you pay me back
For all my kind unselfish, loving deeds
Ha! Well you just wait
They’ll find you yet and when they do
They’ll put you in the A.S.P.C.A.
You mangy mutt

And they’re coming to take me away ha haaa
They’re coming to take me away ha haaa ho ho hee hee
To the funny farm where life is beautiful all the time
And I’ll be happy to see those nice young men
In their clean white coats

And they’re coming to take me away
To the happy home with trees and flowers and chirping birds
And basket weavers who sit and smile and twiddle their thumbs and toes
And they’re coming to take me away ha haaa

Actor: Edwin de Gooijer
Video: Peter de Graaff, Wim Schuts

In 2012 A New Fashionable One Sleeve White Jacket Will Be Available for the Former Bogus POTUS and Megalomaniac Dictator! If Not Before, Ready for Impeachment Yet, America?

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The “Obamanation” Continues the Lying Discourse Regarding Immigration, Arizona, and John Kyl

Which is more realistic – that Senator Kyl decided to go rogue at a small meeting with no professional news media in attendance or…

…that Obama lies again?

Logic dictates that since the administration wants to initiate a lawsuit against Arizona regarding Constitutional and State immigration laws and that the 1200 National Guard have never appeared as promised back in May, it tends to validate Senator John Kyl’s statement. No Matter How the White House Spins It!

Look at each man’s record of honesty and patriotism as well.

Senator John Kyl you make me smile 🙂 You are a Hero, Patriot and Statesman!

You are in excellent company as well:

Supreme Court Justice Alito~
Judge Alito correctly mouths, “Simply not true.”


Representative Joe Wilson~
Heckler At Obama Speech to Congress: ‘You Lie!’




White House tapes anyone? anyone?

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In Arkansas Our Local Media Failure Emulates the Rest of the Lame Stream Media

Our local paperBenton Couriergoes YOKEL! on the Tea Party Movement!

The offensive opinion piece:

DUKE: Discourse? Not on Tea Party agenda E-mail
Friday, 14 May 2010

There are people in this world who my mother likes to call “agin-ers.” To paraphrase, if yer fer it, they’re agin it!
There was a guy like that in our church. Every time the church had to vote on any sort of business, we would affirm by saying “aye.” Invariably, there would be one “nay.” Always.
I’d like to think this guy — who is probably long dead and gone — would be a good candidate for the Tea Party. In the immortal words of Jerry Seinfeld, “Who are these people?”
Well, basically they’re agin-ers. Nothing wrong with being against something. In fact, you have to take a stand when you feel led to do so. If not, something like a church or a government can run right over you.
But what is becoming more and more disturbing is that not only are the bulk of these people against everything, they don’t really stand FOR anything. Actually that’s not true. They stand for this: Keep off my lawn, and stay out of my business. If someone needs help, they can help themselves. (Now that’s the definition of compassion.)
The most recent case of the Tea Partiers becoming a force of “agin-ness” was during the Utah Republican Party Convention, where longtime conservative Sen. Bob Bennett was ousted by the TPers in favor of two men who have never held elected office. Bennett has very high ratings from the American Conservative Union and the National Rifle Association, and he had strong endorsements from fellow Republican Mitt Romney. His offense? He dared to work across the aisle with Democrats.
Shock and disdain!
With the Tea Partiers in Utah, if you are even caught talking to a Democrat, you are suspect. Let’s just remember that this was a conservative in Utah — and he wasn’t conservative enough for these people! Fellow Sen. Orrin Hatch, who is one of the most powerful conservatives in Washington, is probably glad his term isn’t up until 2012. Maybe he thinks the Mayans are right, and he won’t have to run again.
So bravo to the anti-everything crowd. This is a group that takes Social Security, drives on interstates, benefits from government in so many shapes and forms that they can’t count it, but they would rather act like they don’t need anything.
The majority of TPers come from the central part of the United States, an area that was practically saved from ruin by Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Tennessee Valley Authority. But those are the enemy. That’s the way they see it.
And what could result is much more than a locked-out government like we saw in the mid-’90s. This is a group that sees anyone who doesn’t agree with them not as someone to debate with, not as someone to engage in political discourse. These fellow representatives who have differences of policy are only one thing: The Enemy.
Shake their hand? No way. Exchange Christmas cards? Are you kidding? This could be the beginning of a Civil Cold War that could stretch on for years.
Seems like if the leaders of the Tea Party had their way, every person left of them would be quarantined for the foreseeable future. It certainly looked that way during the health care vote when several lawmakers of African American heritage were pelted with racial epithets.
And we can’t discount that part of this uprising is racial. There is the slimmest of a fraction of TPers who are not white, usually enough to count on one hand. But it seems that it is more because of a region. Obama is a president from the north. He is well-educated and from the big city. He is an academic and a lawyer. That scares the pants off most TPers.
At least the past three Democratic presidents — Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter and Lyndon Johnson — were white men from Southern states. Although they may see the world differently, they understood the lay of the land. But not this guy. Not to these people.
It is the easiest thing for the TPers to paint Obama as the enemy. He had a different path to the presidency than most. But where Carter, Clinton and Johnson saw a willingness to work on key issues together, Obama may see a Republican base that is too scared to upset this fringe part of the party to make any concessions about anything.
So working together towards something beneficial to all may become a thing of the past. And that seems to be the way the Tea Partiers want it.

Richard Duke is News Editor at the Courier. This column represents his opinion and does not represent the views of the newspaper. His column appears on Fridays.

newseditor@bentoncourier.com



I have personally spoken to the paper today, and as they are in the midst of personnel changes (One can only wonder why!), I await for further information on this “opinion” piece sold as news by the News Editor?

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