2016: Hillary Puts a Toe in the Water and Her Face on Vanity Fair

Once upon a time, back in my wild and liberal youth, I admired Hillary Clinton and followed her career with interest. Then I watched a video a few https://i2.wp.com/l2.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/DzbCv8_UL8HIXxpIkYXmOw--/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3M7cT04NTt3PTMwMA--/http://l.yimg.com/os/publish-images/lifestyles/2013-07-10/15accacb-59fb-425e-ad07-c786f9e55ff2_300_hilaryclinton.jpgyears back where she espoused the wisdom and omnipotence of the Council on Foreign Relations [ the NYC Illuminati think tank which is the defacto brains behind all modern White House policy, whether apparently liberal or conservative in nature ]. Ms. Clinton openly fawned to her audience about why we “should be following the CFR’s lead” on any number of issues du jour. She even went so far as to infer to her audience that the foreign and domestic policy mandates set forth by the CFR indicate “how and what we should be thinking and saying” on any given subject. I was so utterly appalled at this woman standing in front of this audience of intellectuals like a properly trained Illuminati parrot, that I vowed I would never cast any vote which would help to put her in public office.

This sorry spectacle of the new, old, Hillary paying back her Illuminati overlords for throwing her the bone of “Secretary of State” in 2009 made it quite clear to me that any public servant who achieves a high cabinet position in the White House not only has to sell their soul to the company Illuminati store, but they must also earn the right to stay in high office by OBEYING CFR mandates and reiterating same to the public. Hillary is a very smart CFR parrot, granted, but she is a PARROT. Period. That’s how she gets to keep on being the remarkable “Hillary Clinton” – political lasting value on the American scene.

Free and independent populist thinkers and bonafide LEADERS we need and desperately. More well trained, well paid, high profile Illuminati parrots – we don’t.  Nonetheless, Ms. Clinton is now testing the waters of the voting populace to see if a 2016 run for the presidency, otherwise known as a “revenge fuck” to the withering Obama presidency – might in fact, be plausible for her at this point.

I find it interesting that during the same week that news reports have begun to surface that the Obama presidency is not just floundering, but might already be sailing early into the “lame duck” bin, Ms. Clinton and her husband are MAKING THE ROUNDS, all smiles, glossed up, with Ms. Clinton also photo-shopped to pretty well passable on the cover of Vanity Fair.

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You can’t help but recall the bitter ravages of early 2008, when a younger, bolder, more free thinking Hillary Clinton just KNEW she had that DNC nomination all tied up with a code pink bow on it. Then came the grinning beautiful man from Chicago, who was taking the DNC by storm. Once Oprah was on board and trotted out a public endorsement, it was all over but the crying.

Irate as the Clintons were at what was being stolen from Hillary, they had to play the game and dance to the tune of their CFR pipers. They both eventually begrudgingly gave Obama the nod for his 2008 run, and in return Hillary got to be his Secretary of State for 4 years after he won. That’s how the game is played in the really big, really creepy leagues.

I won’t be voting for Hillary if she runs in 2016.  I just can’t get all whipped up into an excited lather about voting for the first female president of the United States, because truthfully,, she will be the first female president and visible public mouthpiece for the CFR. Whoopee. Whoop de doo. Oh fun.

It wouldn’t matter if Roger Rabbit or Donald Duck was elected to the White House at this point. The White House is ALWAYS run by the CFR. Until this evil dynastic regime either dies of old age, chokes on it’s own wickedness, or is run out of DC on a rail – forever – the United States presidency will be the hand puppet of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York.

The question is: What are the American people going to do about it?

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OMG: All Out Lawlessness in Chicago Reflected in 2 Days of News Headlines

What region of the United States would you most dread to have to live in? Miami? New Orleans? Los Angeles? Detroit?

I am making a wager this morning that the region of Chicago Illinois may arguably be the most lawless deadly region in the United States to call home. A quick perusal of two headlines will give one a decided clue that law enforcement in Chicago is not only fighting an uphill battle, but that they are losing it too.

Keep in mind as you browse these headlines, unedited from the “breaking news” section of the Chicago Tribune, that Chicago has some of the strictest gun laws in the United States, if not the strictest. If making it hard for people to get guns was the answer, then the headlines below would not be happening. Are you ready for this?  Have a look?

 

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Disabled woman missing from Southwest Side

Disabled woman missing from Southwest Side

Updated 21 minutes agoPolice are asking for help finding a mentally disabled woman who disappeared Friday afternoon on the Southwest Side.

Boy injured in fall from 2nd floor window on West Side

Boy injured in fall from 2nd floor window on West Side

Updated 45 minutes agoA 5-year-old boy was injured in a fall from a second-story window in the Lawndale neighborhood this afternoon, authorities said.

CTU teachers, parents march to protest closings

CTU teachers, parents march to protest closings

Updated 56 minutes agoAbout 100 people, including local teachers, parents and students, marched Saturday morning on the South Side in protest of the proposed closing of 54 schools.

Man, 28, killed in Austin: 'You can't go back to sleep'

Man, 28, killed in Austin: ‘You can’t go back to sleep’

Updated 1:21 p.m.Lula Parker sat on her front porch in a heavy pink robe. A 27-year-old man lay on her parkway, shot in the head, part of the exit wound visible on the lower part of his face. He was surrounded by…

Bill allows tougher penalties in social media based mob attacks

Bill allows tougher penalties in social media based mob attacks

Updated 12:53 p.m.A bill signed into law Saturday allows judges to impose stiffer penalties on people who use social media or other methods of electronic communication to organize mob attacks.

CTA Red Line Dan Ryan closure starts early Sunday

CTA Red Line Dan Ryan closure starts early Sunday

Updated 12:35 p.m.CTA Red Line riders who use the south leg of the north-south “L” line will have to find alternate transportation starting 2 a.m. Sunday.

Boy shot near Old Orchard Mall

Boy shot near Old Orchard Mall

Updated 11:31 a.m.A boy was shot in the abdomen near the Old Orchard Mall in Skokie Friday night, police said.

Man killed among 3 shot in Chicago Heights attack

Man killed among 3 shot in Chicago Heights attack

Updated 9:53 a.m.A man was shot dead Friday night in Chicago Heights in attack that wounded two other people, authorities said.

3 shot in Lawndale: 'Who would shoot up a family?'

3 shot in Lawndale: ‘Who would shoot up a family?’

Updated 8:50 a.m.When the shooting stopped in Lawndale late Friday night, three people lay on the ground with gunshot wounds outside a family prom party on Kolin Avenue.

Chicago Overnight Report

Chicago Overnight Report

Updated 7:23 a.m.A wrap-up of news from the Tribune’s breaking news desk.

11 shot, 3 fatally, in city overnight

11 shot, 3 fatally, in city overnight

Updated 8:16 a.m.A teenage boy and two men were killed in three separate shootings Friday night and Saturday morning in Chicago, according to authorities.

Teachers elect Lewis to 2nd term as CTU head

Teachers elect Lewis to 2nd term as CTU head

Updated 6:31 a.m.Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis, an often controversial leader who took on Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a strike last fall and has been leading the fight against the district’s plan to…

Woman testifies in suit against Trump Tower

Woman testifies in suit against Trump Tower

Updated 15 hours agoHer family too poor to care for her, Jacqueline Goldberg was placed in a children’s home at age 10.

Sheriff: Lice, scabies outbreak at Cook County Jail

Sheriff: Lice, scabies outbreak at Cook County Jail

Updated 20 hours agoPart of Cook County Jail and its hospital have been isolated because of an outbreak of lice and scabies, officials announced today.

In plea deal, man gets 145 days in South Side teen's killing

In plea deal, man gets 145 days in South Side teen’s killing

Updated 20 hours agoA Chicago man has admitted to killing a Beverly neighborhood teenager by punching him in the head on July 4, 2011, and will serve 145 days in jail, a prosecutor said today.

Man charged with killing wife fit for trial, judge rules

Man charged with killing wife fit for trial, judge rules

Updated 22 hours agoA Will County judge has ruled that a Tinley Park man accused of beating his wife to death in December can be tried for the offense, officials said.

Boy, 16, held on $1M in shooting of woman outside H.S.

Boy, 16, held on $1M in shooting of woman outside H.S.

Updated 21 hours agoA 16-year-old Chicago high school student whose friend had been killed earlier, accidentally shot a female student on Wednesday as he was gunning for a rival gang member, prosecutors said today.

Man struck, killed by Orange Line train

Man struck, killed by Orange Line train

Updated 20 hours agoPart of the CTA’s Orange Line on the Southwest Side was shut down this afternoon after a man was run over and killed by a train, authorities said.

Husband, wife dead in Chicago Heights fire

Husband, wife dead in Chicago Heights fire

Updated 22 hours agoA husband and wife were found dead after a fire in Chicago Heights early Friday morning, according to authorities.

Geneva bank teller accused of using account info to steal

Geneva bank teller accused of using account info to steal

Updated 21 hours agoA former Geneva bank teller has been indicted in what prosecutors called a scheme to use bank customers’ account information to steal at least $245,000.

Prosecutors: 3 teens posted taped sex assaults of girl, 12, on Facebook

Prosecutors: 3 teens posted taped sex assaults of girl, 12, on Facebook

Updated 22 hours agoThree teenagers face sex assault charges after they raped a 12-year-old girl at gunpoint and posted a video of the December attacks on Facebook, prosecutors said.

Near North elevator malfunction sends 4 to hospitals

Near North elevator malfunction sends 4 to hospitals

Updated 23 hours agoAn elevator malfunction in a Near North building sent four people to the hospital, officials said.

Cops: Women fend off purse snatcher, man charged

Cops: Women fend off purse snatcher, man charged

Updated 23 hours agoA South Side man was arrested after a woman and two of her female friends fended him off when he tried to snatch the woman’s purse in the Near North neighborhood Thursday evening, police said.

Teen, 17, fatally stabbed during fight in Romeoville parking lot

Teen, 17, fatally stabbed during fight in Romeoville parking lot

Updated 21 hours agoA 22-year-old Romeoville man suspected of fatally stabbing a 17-year-old Joliet male outside of a Romeoville supermarket Thursday night is scheduled to appear in Will County Holiday Court Saturday…

Illinois Senate approves medical marijuana bill

Illinois Senate approves medical marijuana bill

Updated 22 hours agoSPRINGFIELD — The Senate today approved legislation that would allow doctors to prescribe medical marijuana to patients with serious illnesses, sending the measure to Gov. Pat Quinn.

Sandburg administrator's blood-alcohol over legal limit before fatal crash: coroner

Athletic director’s blood-alcohol over legal limit before fatal crash: coroner

Updated May 17, 2013Sandburg High School’s former athletic director Bruce Scheidegger had alcohol in his system when his vehicle left a rural roadway in Carroll County in February, according to the coroner.

Officials: Boy, 15, shot dead in Gresham

Officials: Boy, 15, shot dead in Gresham

Updated 23 hours agoA 15-year-old boy was shot dead Thursday night in the Gresham neighborhood on the South Side, officials said.

4 injured in Avondale crash

4 injured in Avondale crash

Updated May 17, 2013Four people were injured, at least one critically, when the car they were in struck a pole in an alcohol-related crash in the Avondale neighborhood early Friday morning, police said.

Metra board delays Wi-Fi decision

Metra board delays Wi-Fi decision

Updated 22 hours agoAfter considerable discussion, Metra’s board today deferred a decision on testing Wi-Fi on its trains.

NIU VP back at work after 2-month leave

NIU VP back at work after 2-month leave

Updated May 17, 2013A Northern Illinois University vice president who has been part of a federal law enforcement investigation returned to campus today after a two-month paid leave.

Park Ridge police: Man may have scammed dozens with fake-business scheme

Park Ridge police: Man may have scammed dozens with fake-business scheme

Updated May 17, 2013Park Ridge police continue to unravel a web of fake names allegedly used by a 63-year-old Chicago man suspected of setting up fake businesses across the Midwest to scam dozens of people out of…

Chicago State board stands behind president

Chicago State board stands behind president

Updated May 17, 2013The Chicago State University board of trustees said this morning it supports President Wayne Watson, who earlier this year was on the verge of taking a yearlong sabbatical as the board started…

Harris Bank to pay $400K to settle 2012 suit by disabled workers

Harris Bank to pay $400K to settle 2012 suit by disabled workers

Updated May 17, 2013BMO Harris Bank will pay $400,000 to 14 former workers to resolve a disability lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Chicago Overnight Report

Chicago Overnight Report

Updated May 17, 2013A wrap-up of news from the Tribune’s breaking news desk.

Navy Pier remake would add urban park elements

Navy Pier remake would add urban park elements

Updated May 17, 2013Navy Pier, the highly commercialized tourist attraction jutting into Lake Michigan, will take on a more park-like feel under the first phase of redevelopment plans to be formally announced Friday…

A barbecue, a disco ball, music on street -- and then, shooting

A barbecue, a disco ball, music on street — and then, shooting

Updated May 17, 2013Three young men who police say belonged to two different gangs walked into Roseland Hospital overnight with gunshot wounds, each shot within blocks of each other in a pair of West Pullman neighborhood…

Emanuel returns donation from tech firm lobbyist

Emanuel returns donation from tech firm lobbyist

Updated May 17, 2013Mayor Rahm Emanuel has returned a $10,000 campaign donation from a lobbyist for a tech firm disqualified from a city program this week after the Tribune raised questions about potential violations…

Transit agencies look to keep South Side moving during CTA work

Transit agencies look to keep South Side moving during CTA work

Updated May 16, 2013The time for campaigning is about to end. Now the hard work — delivering on promises made to 80,000 daily CTA Red Line customers who will lose a vital transportation lifeline for five months…

Police: Woman's report of Mag Mile robbery unfounded

Police: Woman’s report of Mag Mile robbery unfounded

Updated May 16, 2013Chicago police have discredited a 68-year-old woman’s claim that she was robbed of tens of thousands of dollars of jewelry during a brazen attack Wednesday afternoon along the Magnificent Mile.

Madigan says universities, community colleges willing to share pension costs

Madigan says universities, community colleges willing to share pension costs

Updated May 17, 2013— House Speaker Michael Madigan on Thursday announced that he has struck a preliminary deal with the state’s universities and community colleges that will require them to slowly pick up the cost…

State panel to back hearings into 7 claims of police torture

State panel to back hearings into 7 claims of police torture

Updated May 17, 2013Three decades after Jackie Wilson was first convicted with his brother of gunning down two Chicago police officers during a traffic stop, a state commission has found credible evidence that Wilson was…

Officials demand more information about proposed immigration detention center

Officials demand more information about proposed immigration detention center

Updated May 16, 2013Joliet City Councilman Jim McFarland wants to hear firsthand – and publicly – what Corrections Corp. of America plans to do if it builds an immigration detention center in Joliet.

Authorities: Maywood man killed in wreck near home

Authorities: Maywood man killed in wreck near home

Updated May 16, 2013A 51-year-old motorist was killed this afternoon during a car crash near his Maywood home, authorities said.

Worker in fatal construction site accident identified

Worker in fatal construction site accident identified

Updated May 16, 2013A man working at a construction site on the Northwestern University campus in Evanston who died after he was struck by a beam that fell from six stories up this morning has…

College student shot to death in Maywood

College student shot to death in Maywood

Updated May 16, 2013Ryan Jones said he and his best friend, Dashamone McCarty, decided during a phone call Wednesday evening to sign up together for summer classes at a community college.

 FEMA disaster center opens in Lisle

FEMA disaster center opens in Lisle

Updated May 17, 2013Officials with the Federal Emergency Management Agency have begun to accept applications for federal assistance now that a presidential disaster declaration has been made for DuPage and Will…

Warrant issued for suspect in Far South Side shooting

Warrant issued for suspect in Far South Side shooting

Updated May 16, 2013A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Matteson man suspected of shooting a man in a Beverly neighborhood building on Wednesday.

Jereme Richmond pleads not guilty to threatening probation officer

Jereme Richmond pleads not guilty to threatening probation officer

Updated May 16, 2013Jereme Richmond pleaded not guilty today to threatening his probation officer.

Funeral held for unidentified newborn found inside cooler

Funeral held for unidentified newborn found inside cooler

Updated May 16, 2013Sharon Grill gasped as the tiny white casket was led into Our Lady of the Ridge Catholic Church this morning.

16 food trucks applied to be part of the Taste

16 food trucks apply to be part of the Taste

Updated May 16, 2013A total of 16 food trucks submitted applications to be part of this year’s Taste of Chicago, the city said Thursday.

Man, 85, knocked down and robbed at Loop CTA stop

Man, 85, knocked down and robbed at Loop CTA stop

Updated May 16, 2013An 85-year-old man was pushed down and robbed as he climbed the stairs of a Blue Line stop in the Loop this morning, police said.

Concealed-carry legislation emerges in Springfield

Concealed-carry legislation emerges in Springfield

Updated May 16, 2013SPRINGFIELD — A bill that would set up the rules to allow concealed weapons to be carried in Illinois has started moving through the state senate.

Homes quickly found for 17 abandoned puppies

Homes quickly found for 17 abandoned puppies

Updated May 16, 2013It took just days to find homes for 17 mixed lab puppies found dumped along a road near the Indiana Dunes.

Facing foreclosure, man finds winning Lotto ticket in cookie jar

Facing foreclosure, man finds winning Lotto ticket in cookie jar

Updated May 16, 2013Maybe you’ve heard this story before. Or dreamt it.

Chicago Overnight Report

Chicago Overnight Report

Updated May 16, 2013A wrap-up of news from the Tribune’s breaking news desk.

DePaul arena part of broader plan to boost Chicago tourism

DePaul arena part of broader plan to boost Chicago tourism

Updated May 16, 2013Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected to unveil Thursday a $173 million plan to build a 10,000-seat arena for the DePaul Blue Demons next to McCormick Place, couching it as part of a broader blueprint for…

City contract seekers donate to Emanuel despite his own ban

City contract seekers donate to Emanuel despite his own ban

Updated May 16, 2013Leaders of a tech firm seeking a city contract donated $15,000 to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s campaign fund, despite Emanuel’s own executive order banning contributions from vendors trying to get city…

Lawuits say school closings unfair,discriminate against blacks

Lawuits say school closings unfair,discriminate against blacks

Updated May 16, 2013The Chicago Teachers Union’s decision to go to court to try to stop the city from closing 53 elementary schools, while not unexpected, makes clear that the Board of Education’s vote on the proposal…

Police: Fugitive carjacker spoke of robbing banks, armored cars

Police: Fugitive carjacker spoke of robbing banks, armored cars

Updated May 16, 2013The bizarre saga of Michael Buhrman, a former nuclear plant operator turned fugitive carjacker, took another odd turn Wednesday when it was revealed that Buhrman spoke of assembling a crew to rob…

Police shoot man in Riverdale

Police shoot man in Riverdale

Updated May 16, 2013Riverdale police shot a man Wednesday afternoon after he pointed a gun at them, according to a statement released by the south suburban department.

Chicago Cubs seek to add new Wrigley gate

Chicago Cubs seek to add new Wrigley gate

Updated May 16, 2013With eye-grabbing proposals that include a giant video screen looming over the left-field bleachers, a new entrance to Wrigley Field received little notice when the Cubs unveiled plans for the park at…

Bolingbrook elementary school locked down

Bolingbrook elementary school locked down

Updated May 15, 2013An elementary school in west suburban Bolingbrook was locked down after school Wednesday because building staff noticed a man walking outside the school, knocking on doors and holding his hand in…

Free 'L' transfer between Washington Blue Line, Lake Red Line stops

Free ‘L’ transfer between Washington Blue Line, Lake Red Line stops

Updated May 15, 2013Starting Sunday, CTA riders will be able to transfer for free between the Lake Red Line and Washington Blue Line stations, the CTA announced Wednesday.

At least 7 wounded in shootings across Chicago

At least 7 wounded in shootings across Chicago

Updated May 16, 2013A man was shot and critically wounded inside a building in the Beverly neighborhood Wednesday afternoon, among seven people shot across Chicago into the evening, police said.

Body of child found in river still unidentified

Body of child found in river still unidentified

Updated May 15, 2013As authorities tried to identify the body of a child found in the Des Plaines River, a woman thought to be the boy’s mother was in court Wednesday on charges she and her boyfriend beat her son to…

5 arrested in protest over CPS closings

5 arrested in protest over CPS closings

Updated May 15, 2013Five people were arrested Wednesday afternoon after they blocked traffic in the West Woodlawn neighborhood while staging a protest against the city’s plan to close schools, according to protest…

Sergeant kills pit bull attacking teen: 'That dog would have killed me'

Sergeant kills pit bull attacking teen: ‘That dog would have killed me’

Updated May 15, 2013Tyrell Henry just got off the bus and was walking to school when he got a quick glimpse of a pit bull seconds before it jumped him.

Prosecutors: Man killed after mom has dispute in parking lot

Prosecutors: Man killed after mom has dispute in parking lot

Updated May 15, 2013A Homewood man ran over and killed a South Side man after their mothers, who are neighbors, got into a dispute in a parking lot near their homes, prosecutors said today.

Woman killed after motorcycle strikes tractor trailer

Woman killed after motorcycle strikes tractor trailer

Updated May 15, 2013A Sycamore woman was killed today when her motorcycle struck a tractor trailer near Elgin, authorities said.

Wheaton man guilty of soliciting to have judge, prosecutor, ex-wife murdered

Wheaton man guilty of soliciting to have judge, prosecutor, ex-wife murdered

Updated May 15, 2013A Wheaton man already serving a lengthy prison sentence will face at least 20 more years behind bars for conspiring to have a DuPage County judge, a prosecutor and his ex-wife murdered.

Preckwinkle dealt setback in effort to shrink juvenile detention center

Preckwinkle dealt setback in effort to shrink juvenile detention center

Updated May 15, 2013Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle is temporarily reversing her signature initiative to shrink the Juvenile Detention Center because a federally-appointed administrator says there are too many…

Signal problems delay Metra Union Pacific lines

Signal problems delay Metra Union Pacific lines

Updated May 15, 2013Trains on Metra’s Union Pacific lines ware being delayed by as much as an hour late this afternoon because of computer signal problems.

Illinois could allow 17-year-olds to vote in primaries

Illinois could allow 17-year-olds to vote in primaries

Updated May 15, 2013Gov. Pat Quinn and other prospective governor candidates next year might be targeting a new voting group during the Democratic and Republican primary elections: 17-year-olds.

Ex-Northbrook officer pleads guilty, receives probation

Ex-Northbrook officer pleads guilty, receives probation

Updated May 15, 2013A former Northbrook police officer has been sentenced to two year probation after he agreed to plead guilty to charges that he stole jewelry from a home he’d been dispatched to check on.

SUV driver charged with dragging Chicago cop

SUV driver charged with dragging Chicago cop

Updated May 15, 2013A South Side woman who had parked her car in an alley refused to yield to a marked police squad car, then grabbed a Chicago police officer and dragged her as the SUV with two children inside sped…

Duckworth makes first trip to war zone since copter shot down

Duckworth makes first trip to war zone since copter shot down

Updated May 15, 2013WASHINGTON — Making her first trip to a war zone since she was gravely injured in 2004, Rep. Tammy Duckworth visited Afghanistan last weekend with five other congresswomen.

Trump: 87-year-old woman 'is trying to rip me off'

Trump: 87-year-old woman ‘is trying to rip me off’

Updated May 15, 2013Billionaire mogul Donald Trump, his signature bravado on full display Wednesday, clashed repeatedly with the opposing lawyer during a second day on the witness stand at a trial in Chicago.

Emanuel to shift retired city workers to Obamacare

Emanuel to shift retired city workers to Obamacare

Updated May 15, 2013Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to start reducing health insurance coverage next year for more than 30,000 retired city workers and begin shifting them to President Barack Obama’s new federal system.

Man in critical condition after motorcycle strikes minivan

Man in critical condition after motorcycle strikes minivan

Updated May 15, 2013A 20-year-old man was in critical condition after a motorcycle crash Tuesday night.

Lawsuit: Baseball coach coerced college player into sex

Lawsuit: Baseball coach coerced college player into sex

Updated May 15, 2013A  former Concordia University Chicago student has filed a lawsuit against the university and its former baseball coach alleging the coach coerced him into performing sexual acts more than a…

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Watching the IRS Scandal Unfold: It’s Hard to Believe Obama Didn’t Know About Targeting of Conservative Groups

Official photographic portrait of US President...

Official photographic portrait of US President Barack Obama (born 4 August 1961; assumed office 20 January 2009) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Call call me skeptical, but I have been writing about Barack Obama since before he gained the White House in 2008, and I have my doubts today – mid May 2013 – about Obama’s current claim that he knew nothing of the IRS witch hunt on conservative non-profits last year. 2012 was only the biggest and most important year in a decade for ANY patriotic, or conservative leaning political group which was trying to get its sea legs and help put a conservative back into the White House. Come on, now. Really?

There were serious irregularities in Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign which the Media absolutely refused to report on.  I was there from the very beginning. I found a news report in May of 2008 posted to the Israeli Insider news website which showed photographs of Obama’s long form birth certificate and it had huge sections in in which were REDACTED. I thought this was odd.

Why would a presidential candidate need to “redact” [ black out, obscure ] sections of his own birth certificate? It didn’t make any sense.

I began sending emails to reporters in the US asking them to look into the story. I sent out more than 100 emails over a two week period and not one US based reporter even replied to my query. None bothered to investigate the issue. That was the beginning of the long strange trail I have traveled writing about the political career of Barack Obama. The “birth certificate” issue later exploded after he was elected it was too late to do anything about the many irregularities and issues surrounding his birth.

There has been a dark and ugly underside to the rising career of Barack Obama from the very beginning.  He was mentored by a communist as a child, his mother was a Wiccan witch, his father was a radical Muslim from Africa, and he was best friends with domestic terrorist Bill Ayers in Chicago early on. He helped to found and was a major player in the socialist Chicago “New Party” in the 1980s. His white grandparents in the Pacific Northwest enrolled him in a high school where socialist classes were taught and the principal was a member of the American Communist Party. His biggest political contributors, global super union SEIU, is known widely for it’s socialist-communist ideology and shares it’s worldwide slogan Workers of the World, Unite with the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution in [ then ] Communist Russia. SEIU also helped to instigate the US based “Occupy” movement last year which trashed and tore up the streets and town centers of many large US cities.

Anyone who has cared enough to look beyond the officially sanctioned glossy Big Media portrayals  into the actual background of this man will quickly learn that Barack Obama followed a strange and highly peculiar path in his early life which would not indicate the norm for a man who is on his way to becoming the president of the United States. Some might speculate that the path he has traveled in unusually un-American for a future president of the United States. It certainly does not rouse emotions of patriotic love of one’s country and her heritage. In fact,  I not only found coverup after coverup after coverup in the five years I have spent learning more about Barack Obama, but I found one after the other really disturbing, alarming events and conjunctions which point to a man who is the first uniquely un-American president to hold the highest office in the land. I began to believe back in early 2009 that we had all been “had” by this man, along with the complicit Big Media machine which helped him get elected in 2008.

Now in his second term, once again, even if we DO find out that Barack Obama secretly gave a directive that put the IRS onto all conservative political groups with the words “patriot” or “Tea Party” in their names to thwart their efforts to organize, what can be done about it now? Yes, Steven Miller has ceremoniously resigned as acting head of the IRS.  Window dressing was needed immediately and that would suffice for now. I suppose more heads will go into the chopping block, but it won’t change the fact that something “wicked this way came” last year during the elections that gave Barack Obama the upper hand, and not in a legal way either.

If we are soon to discover, that yes, Obama did know what the IRS was up to last year during the critical election year push between May and October of 2012, it would not surprise me.  If we were soon to learn that in fact, someone connected directly to Barack Obama in the White House gave a directive to the IRS last year about all of this, that would not surprise me either.

In fact, it would fit the pattern perfectly. We would then be privy to witnessing the usual wake and  trajectory of spooky events which always whirl around Barack Obama, including vehement and self righteous public denials about [ fill-in-the-blank ] scandal du’jour, [ in this case the IRS 2012 witch hunt issue ] while purposeful behind-the-scenes activities kick into gear like a well oiled machine which attempt to erase the trail of direct connections to Barack Obama himself. I can hear those gears grinding all the way from Washington, even as I update this post.

I’m just saying.  Brace yourself for another classic Obama “hide, alter and obfuscate” slow motion exploding scandal.  This one may be the biggest one yet.

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Ludicrous #MyJihad City Bus Ad Campaign Has the Reverse Effect It Intended: EPIC FAIL Beyond Belief.

#MyJihad Advertising Campaign On City Buses Exhorts Muslims to Do Violence on American Streets

If it weren’t so damned dire it would be laughable. But it’s not. Someone somewhere had the bright idea to try to “re-introduce” Muslims to Americans by developing what is possibly the most misguided and tasteless advertising campaign in American history. You simply cannot believe how awful these ads are – until you see one. [ See photos in links and below the post. ]

Add to today’s news the latest abomination appearing on America streets: city buses which display “My Jihad” adverts. I can only assume that Americans everywhere – and especially residents of the cities where these ads are appearing, will be outraged enough to gather and peacefully storm local city hall meetings to demand that the outrageously offensive “hate advertising” be pulled and prohibited. Any lame excuses made by politically correct Muslims that these horrific ads are an effort to “re-introduce” Muslims to America via PR is utter nonsense and needs to be immediately and powerfully refuted as such.

I can read. I can comprehend clearly how the message of these ads will speak to an already radicalized American or immigrant Muslim, urging he or she to act on their urges to hurt and harm Christians on American city streets. Pull this outrageously offensive and preposterously misguided ad campaign immediately, before someone gets hurt or killed over it.

Cited:  “The ads are already up in Chicago (with more there to come). And they will be up in San Francisco and Washington, DC next week.”

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Photos:  http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2013/03/photos-myjihad-buses.html

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Exit question: Do riders really want to reminded of jihad when they’re boarding a train or a city bus?

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