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What Did Bogus POTUS Spout During His Failed History and Immigration Speech?

During Obama’s Immigration Reform Speech yesterday besides the obvious goofs, gaffes, mistakes, and duhs…. he uttered the forever immortal stupefying sentences:

“…Contrary to some of the reports that you see, crime along the border is down. And statistics collected by Customs and Border Protection reflect a significant reduction in the number of people trying to cross the border illegally…”

So, “Mr. I Wish I Was A U.S. Citizen”, have you absorbed any relevant news prior to tripping the TV light gaffetastic? Oh, what a mighty Moron in Chief? So, near and on the border, on the very same day of your breathe-less “hysterical” (to American citizens) speech we notate:

21 killed in shootout between drug, migrant trafficking gangs near Arizona border

El Paso Police Chief Responds To City Hall Shooting

Bogus POTUS, why don’t you walk “on the wild side” along that secure and low crime ridden border. Pick a border state, one of the southern ones, and stroll along it. A real man would and he won’t have backup, you have seen to that, with your dereliction of providing essential numbers of border patrol field agents. Desk jockeys don’t count! You think El Presidente Calderon has it out for you Obama?

By the way that's 50% of the southern border states on 1 day!

Also miles in, on either side of Mexico, and the U.S.A. it’s still a border state (Mexico calls the areas States as well). Just because Tucson, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas, Houston, Deming, and Sante Fe don’t sit on the border edge, does not make them any less affected or “uncounted” on statistics for stolen cars, murder, drugs and mayhem due to illegal alien encroachment.

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The Bastard in Chief

And there is nothing glorious about it~OBAMA

Some children grow up angry at the world, some people who never grow up live that dream, what a sad paramount

The Lies
The Exploitations
The False Promises
The Scandals
The Mirrors
The Thugs
The Czars
The Unions
The Backroom Deals
The Gulf Oil Crisis
The Lost General
The Parties
The Fundraisers
The Golfing
The Ploys
The Gaffes
The Distractions
The Childishness
The Usurpation
The Indecision
The Whining
The Grimace
The Flies
The Rats
The Marxism
The Socialism
The Communism
The Disrespect
The Twisted Agenda
Soros
and more….

Did the masses of your poor supporters and union stooges come to realize yet what an excessive grandeur and pompous Bastard in Chief you are?  And who is exercising every opportunity in emptying the very coffers of those same citizens? By the time they realize that you have totally screwed them over with your Cracker Packing Team, 2012 will be here, and they will be left holding the bag. When they wake up and visit Washington, DC, it won’t be peaceful like the Tea Party! A dictator and “We the People” are soon parted! 2010 USA on the Mend! 2012 USA will ring the Liberty Bell again.

OBAMA LIES LIES MORE LIES!

777truthsetsufree | June 17, 2010 | 7:18

let him expose his own lies! words, words are all he has, and they are all lies!

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Harry Reid Rewriting Black History in Las Vegas?

Why Do Liberals Take Credit on Phantom Events? Enter Harry Reid *** Also forwarded to the 912 Project Fan Site for Use

Harry Reid never fails to deliver controversy: “Negro Dialect?”: Harry Reid’s Time Warp.

Just when you didn’t think Harry Reid had any more gaffes to give he offers up an essay and statements posted liberally:
Reid Statement On Black History Month
Harry Reid Op Ed: Black history is American history
Sen. Harry Reid: Black history is American history

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“Black History Month is a great opportunity to reflect on the contributions of African-Americans to help make America the beacon of hope that it is. But while the accomplishments of African-Americans may be amplified during this one month, we feel the impact in our everyday lives.

Whether visiting our relatives in the hospital after a successful blood transfusion, waiting in traffic at a stoplight or watching our president speak from the Rose Garden, the contributions of black Americans are ingrained in our nation’s DNA.

The progress that has been made, just in the time that I have been in public service, to ensure diversity, equality and social justice in our nation is a testament to America’s greatness. I worked hard during my time in local politics in Nevada to integrate the Las Vegas strip and the gaming industry. I backed affirmative action in federal contracting and sharply criticized the Supreme Court when they turned Brown v. Board on its head and ruled against cities’ efforts to diversify their schools. On Capitol Hill, I have done my best to lead by example. My office partners with Howard University for an internship program every semester that encourages young people to get interested in public service. I have created an initiative to improve staff diversity of the United States Senate. These commitments that I’ve made are more than just a laundry list of what I’ve done – they reflect who I am and what I believe in.

While the progress we’ve made together as a nation is laudable, those of us who’ve been on the frontlines know that much work still lies ahead of us. Like all communities, the African-American community is concerned with ensuring security and stability for themselves and their families. African-Americans, just like all Americans, want to have a steady job that they can depend on, stay in their homes, afford quality health care for themselves and their children, have the ability to send their children to the best schools, know that they’re safe in their homes and communities and are able to plan for retirement. These ideals and hopes for a stable life are not unique to African-Americans–but some of the challenges in ensuring them are.

That’s why Senate Democrats have remained committed to addressing these challenges to the African-American community. But more than just address these problems, we have set out to empower the African-American community economically – creating a system that fosters social mobility. The progress made last year alone is noteworthy. Senate Democrats supported legislation to jumpstart job creation for African Americans struggling to regain employment and stabilize the housing market by preventing foreclosures and improving access to home loans for African Americans. We’ve also secured health care for African American children and helped to make college more affordable for African American students – namely our work to increase Pell Grants. In addition, African-Americans have benefited from the consumer protections we’ve enacted to stop unfair and abusive credit card industry practices.

In the social justice sphere, we passed a hate crimes bill last fall that is, in part, named for James Byrd, the African-American man from Texas who lost his life to a vicious hate crime. I also understand the importance of the difficult, but meaningful step the Senate took last year to formally apologize for centuries of racial discrimination and segregation of African Americans. This apology was one in a long line of steps to help rebuild the trust for government within the black community.

When I won my first election in 1966, I don’t know if anyone in our country could imagine that less than a half century later we would elect America’s first African-American president. The ascendance of Barack Obama to the highest office in this land is a source of great pride for our country. His election is an example that all things are possible in this great land that we love.

That’s the power of America. And the African-American community is as responsible as any other community for helping America evolve into the strong, unified nation that we are today. This nation owes a debt of gratitude to its African-American community for keeping the faith in our union through the mistakes of the past.”

Nice apology at the end! Speaks to another post of mine, say what you want Liberally then apologize later. Well, geesh, he was breathing at the time!