19 Responses to Enemies Of America

  1. minuteman26 says: 1

    Many tried to put out the word that Obama was a Commie prior to the 2008 election, but were ridiculed. You stupid fools that voted for Obama then, get a second chance to make things right at the voting booth tomorrow. Then we will find out where this country really stands. If that doesn’t work it may be time for another “Little Big Horn” with Obama and friends as the center of attention.

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  2. Randy says: 2

    Here is a video about the FT Hood killings: http://www.ffmu.org/

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  3. Taqiyyotomist says: 3

    Just imagine being able to see the correspondence between Sr. and Jr., when he was a little kid.

    “Son, you’re going to be the President. I know you’re only 5 years old right now, but never forget this…. you were conceived for this very reason. Listen well to Frank and his friends in Hawaii, for they will train you up for this important task….”

    I would LOVE to see the actual letters. I bet I’m not at all off the mark.

    Skook, ever thought of doing an article tying the MSM to the “New School” of the 19-teens and 20’s?

    McCarthy was more right than most people even know. The communists begain to infiltrate our nation’s institutions very early in the 19th century, and it all begain with the New School. This coordinated attack was planned to be a long-term project, as Soviets are wont to do, and has been remarkably effective, since they stuck to it for a century.

    The New School intentionally affected (or is that Infected) all of the Arts and academia, to the Communist saturation we see now in both. The MSM has direct lineage to both.

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  4. Skookum says: 4

    Yes T, that is an excellent idea; I just picked up a biography on Whitaker Chambers, at a used book
    store two days ago in San Francisco. How cute! It will be an excellent source.

    The clerk looked at the book with a concerned look on her face and asked me if the book was about Alger Hiss. What an opening! “Yes this man was a spy for the Soviets and he is the one who confessed and blew the whistle on Alger Hiss and many others after witnessing the effects of Stalin’s Purges. He is also the man who convinced Ronald Reagan, formerly a New Deal Democrat to become a Conservative. This is a fascinating man who was in the midst of the largest ring of Communist spies you could imagine.” By this time I was drawing a small crowd and my voice rose to the occasion. “He was a Socialist ideologue and spy who realized the error of his ways and tried to make amends for being a Communist spy and a Soviet dupe or Useful Idiot; it’s true he was a Communist spy, but he supplied evidence against Hiss and the Rosenbergs and many others, but in my mind he is an American hero, who took a wrong turn and tried to lessen the damage and expose the evil that lurked deep within the FDR administration.” The manager came over and thanked me for my purchase and escorted me out the door, but I continued talking until he closed the door behind me. My finest dramatic moment!

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  5. stodghie says: 5

    personally i doubt that barack sr gave a dang about ole barry! he was too busy having children, drinking, and getting married to write articulate letters to a son whom i personally think he doubted was his.

    barry as usual makes a fool of himself panting after a father who made no effort to know him or see him. if we actually saw this “correspondence”, it would be letters from barry to him.. that’s all!

    what we see is a manifestation of his crazy mother in him.

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  6. Nan G says: 6

    From the main post:

    Barack Hussein Obama Sr. – Barack’s father was an African socialist. While he was not with his son for much of Barack Jr.’s childhood, they did keep in touch through routine correspondence according to the memoir, Dreams From My Father.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Weird that elsewhere Obama wrote this:
    My father was almost entirely absent from my childhood, having been divorced from my mother when I was 2 years old.

    At the time of his death, my father remained a myth to me, both more and less than a man.

    He had left my mother and myself in Hawaii back in 1963, when I was only two years old.

    As a child, I knew him only through the stories that my mother and grandparents told.

    They all had their favourites, each one seamless, burnished smooth from repeated use.

    When I was ten, my father came back from Africa to visit us for Christmas.

    After a week of my father in the flesh, I decided that I preferred his more distant image, an image I could alter on a whim – or ignore when convenient.

    If my father hadn’t exactly disappointed me, he remained something unknown, something volatile and vaguely threatening.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-512970/Barack-Obama-How-I-haunted-father.html#ixzz144UpgrkD

    and
    http://www.time.com/time/printout/0,8816,1546579,00.html

    Very telling.
    Obama, jr, preferred the imaginary father to the real one.
    And that is the one he sold to the world.

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  7. GaffaUK says: 7

    @Skookum

    Enemies…Marxists….Stalinists….*sigh* :roll:

    Did you listen to Jon Stewart’s closing speech last weekend…?

    “I can’t control what people think this was. I can only tell you my intentions. This was not a rally to ridicule people of faith. Or people of activism or to look down our noses at the heartland or passionate argument or to suggest that times are not difficult and that we have nothing to fear. They are and we do. But we live now in hard times, not end times. And we can have animus and not be enemies.

    Unfortunately, one of our main tools in delineating the two broke. The country’s 24-hour politico pundit panic conflict-onator did not cause our problems, but its existence makes solving them that much harder. The press can hold its magnifying glass up to our problems and illuminate problems heretofore unseen, or it can use its magnifying glass to light ants on fire, and then perhaps host a week of shows on the sudden, unexpected dangerous-flaming-ant epidemic. If we amplify everything, we hear nothing.

    There are terrorists and racists and Stalinists and theocrats, but those are titles that must be earned. You must have the resume. Not being able to distinguish between real racists and tea partiers, or real bigots and Juan Williams and Rich Sanchez is an insult — not only to those people, but to the racists themselves, who have put forth the exhausting effort it takes to hate. Just as the inability to distinguish between terrorists and Muslims makes us less safe, not more.

    The press is our immune system. If it overreacts to everything we eventually get sicker. And perhaps eczema. Yet, with that being said, I feel good. Strangely, calmly good, because the image of Americans that is reflected back to us by our political and media process is false. It is us through a funhouse mirror, and not the good kind that makes you slim and taller — but the kind where you have a giant forehead and an ass like a pumpkin and one eyeball.

    So, why would we work together? Why would you reach across the aisle to a pumpkin assed forehead eyeball monster? If the picture of us were true, our inability to solve problems would actually be quite sane and reasonable. Why would you work with Marxists actively subverting our Constitution or racists and homophobes who see no one’s humanity but their own? We hear every damn day about how fragile our country is — on the brink of catastrophe — torn by polarizing hate and how it’s a shame that we can’t work together to get things done, but the truth is we do. We work together to get things done every damn day. The only place we don’t is here or on cable TV. Americans don’t live here or on cable TV. Where we live our values and principles form the foundation that sustains us while we get things done, not the barriers that prevent us from getting things done.

    Most Americans don’t live their lives solely as Democrats or Republicans or conservatives or liberals. Most Americans live their lives that our just a little bit late for something they have to do. Often it’s something they do not want to do, but they do it. Impossible things get done every day that are only made possible by the little, reasonable compromises.”

    “These cars — that’s a school teacher who thinks taxes are too high…there’s a mom with two kids who can’t think about anything else…another car, the lady’s in the NRA. She loves Oprah…An investment banker, gay, also likes Oprah…a Latino carpenter…a fundamentalist vacuum salesman…a Mormon Jay Z fan…But this is us. Everyone of the cars that you see is filled with individuals of strong belief and principles they hold dear — often principles and beliefs in direct opposition to their fellow travelers.

    And yet these millions of cars must somehow find a way to squeeze one by one into a mile-long, 30-foot wide tunnel carved underneath a mighty river…And they do it. Concession by concession. You go. Then I’ll go. You go, then I’ll go. You go, then I’ll go — oh my god, is that an NRA sticker on your car, an Obama sticker on your car? Well, that’s OK. You go and then I’ll go…”Sure, at some point there will be a selfish jerk who zips up the shoulder and cuts in at the last minute. But that individual is rare and he is scorned, and he is not hired as an analyst.

    Because we know instinctively as a people that if we are to get through the darkness and back into the light we have to work together and the truth is, there will always be darkness. And sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel isn’t the promised land. Sometimes it’s just New Jersey. But we do it anyway, together.

    If you want to know why I’m here and what I want from you I can only assure you this: you have already given it to me. You’re presence was what I wanted. Sanity will always be and has always been in the eye of the beholder. To see you here today and the kind of people that you are has restored mine. Thank you.”

    http://www.examiner.com/political-buzz-in-national/video-and-transcript-of-jon-stewart-s-closing-speech-at-rally-to-restore-sanity

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  8. Skookum says: 8

    History can vary considerably depending on who is writing the history: with Obama, we have the same variation from the same writer (presumably the same writer, LOL), what a unique ability.

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  9. Wm T Sherman says: 9

    GaffaUK:

    This was not a rally to ridicule people of faith.

    Yes, actually, it was. I watched it, and that’s what it was.

    or people of activism or to look down our noses at the heartland

    It was that too. It was very much that.

    or passionate argument or to suggest that times are not difficult and that we have nothing to fear. They are and we do. But we live now in hard times, not end times. And we can have animus and not be enemies.

    If these two smirking, all-knowing little pricks had been practicing that sort of preaching for the last several years, I might have a different reaction than to, uh, despise them for their hypocrisy and deceptiveness.

    Willing tools of the hard left of the Democratic Party. Starting to get on Obama’s case now for not being leftist enough.

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  10. Skookum says: 10

    One of Obama’s first quotes after being sworn in, while dealing with Republicans who wanted to compromise on legislation, was “I Won”.

    So spoke the great unifier! LOL

    Let’s see if he tells everyone on Wednesday that he won.

    I don’t think Saul wrote a chapter on what to do once you lose your power and you become a figurehead.

    Let the clowns stick to their comedy routines; unfortunately, the low brow Liberal humor isn’t too popular now. They might be able to laugh at RINOs and their duplicity, but the RINO is an endangered species and soon they will be gone. The TEA Party is relentless and not blessed with a sense of humor at this time.

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  11. Nan G says: 11

    Obama and his extreme leftists have thought they could just waltz in and change everything in a few years.

    I almost fell out of my seat over who is pushing back against them!
    The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals!!!

    And the topic?

    Obama’s Justice Department’s lawsuit challenging Arizona’s new immigration law!!!

    “I’ve read your brief, I’ve read the District Court opinion, I’ve heard your interchange with my two colleagues, and I don’t understand your argument,” Noonan told deputy solicitor general Edwin S. Kneedler. “We are dependent as a court on counsel being responsive. . . . You keep saying the problem is that a state officer is told to do something. That’s not a matter of preemption. . . . I would think the proper thing to do is to concede that this is a point where you don’t have an argument.”

    The http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/01/AR2010110104018.html has the story.

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  12. plainjane31 says: 12

    I almost fell out of my seat over who is pushing back against them!
    The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals!!!

    The other two judges are of Hispanic heritage…and their opinions may differ considerably.

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  15. Old Trooper 2 says: 13

    OK now, a pleading for Civility from Mr. Hand to Hand Combat…

    Obama Appeals for ‘Common Ground’ After Democrats Lose House

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/11/03/obama-addresses-nation-democrats-lose-house/

    House Republican Leader John Boehner, expected to succeed Nancy Pelosi
    as speaker of the House, said his party must “follow the will of the American people.”

    “The American people spoke, and I think this is pretty clear that the Obama-Pelosi agenda is being rejected by the American people,” he said. “They want the president to change course.”

    That is an understatement of the obvious.

    Obama
    on Wednesday directly attributed GOP gains to frustration over the economy, declining to sign on to claims that it was a referendum on his decisions.

    “Some election nights are more fun than others. Some are exhilarating. Some are humbling,” Obama said. “Yesterday’s vote confirmed what I’ve heard from folks all across America. People are frustrated, they’re deeply frustrated with the pace of our economic recovery.”

    OH Really? how about a rejection of the lack of leadership, fiscal prudence and BTW Mr Obama, a lack of Confidence in your Regime’s ability to govern. It was a referendum on Your Failed Domestic Policies, ARRA, and Your Health Care Scam

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  16. Skookum says: 14

    OT: I suppose he figured that the ploy from a few days ago, that he had the Republicans in a position where they would have no choice but to work with him wasn’t getting much traction: now it has evolved into “we must find common ground.”

    Soon it will be, “I don’t like being ignored”; while our law makers from both sides of the aisle ponder the dire consequences of playing along with Obama.

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  17. Old Trooper 2 says: 15

    @ Skookum, I’m very sure that He is going to not like the resulting gridlock on implementing his Agenda that will just not get funded or losing his filibuster proof majority in the Senate either.

    Playing along with Obama cost some Congress Critters their employment, some Governors their jobs and if He doesn’t watch it this trend can easily carry over into 2012. Republicans learned that bipartisanship did not happen as the “I Won” mentality ruled that out. Now with the arrogant Ms. Pelosi headed for the cheap seats and the likes of LTC West headed for the House Floor with a ‘take no prisoners’ commitment to saving the Republic, the ‘End of the Beginning’ moves forward to evolve into a return to Governing and the End of Ruling. Obama, having never Governed, is going to like that even less. Kinda like Pelosi having to fly coach and buying her OWN Booze.

    Lets see how much fun it is for Judicial Appointments to be rammed through the Senate with no bulletproof Majority. Hmmm…

    Now a little fun with a Barrett .50 and a watermelon.

    .50 Cal William Tell

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWvXam499yI&feature=featured

    Now Who says that I don’t have a sense of humor?

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  18. OLD TROOPER 2 YES A sense of humor;water melon a la WILLIAM TELL.
    scary stuff a L’hallowin. bye “hello win”, I should have said that one.

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  19. minuteman26 says: 17

    With the election on Tuesday the elctorate has stated; “We don’t want no stinkin Commies controlling our lives or in our government.” Of course Obama will ignore what happened and try to rule through the various govt agencies or executive order. He had better hope that tack doesn’t bite him in the ass, as torches and pitchforks will be next.

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