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Friday, May 20, 2011

Obama's Middle East peace plan

President Obama's support and endorsement the establishment of a Hamas-led Palestinian state based on the pre-1967 borders is one of the worst and most dangerous foreign policy decisions that the Obama administration has made so far ("Obama and the Arab Spring," May 20).
This could be the beginning of the end of Israel as we know it and have devastating effects for the world's 13.5 million Jews.
The United States should never negotiate with the Palestinian Authority which is aligned with Hamas, a terrorist organization.
It is high time that we should stand by our only and best ally in the Middle East: Israel. It is obvious that President Obama has not stood by Israel from the start and still does not get it or fully understand that the aim of the Palestinian Authority and Hamas is the eventual elimination and destruction of the state of Israel.
There has always been a nation of Israel, and Jerusalem must be recognized and remain its capital.
No United States President has ever ruled against and sold out Israel like this. Wake up America and stand by Israel and set President Obama straight on his misguided policies in the Middle East.
Al Eisner, Silver Spring

During the election Obama portrays himself as pro-American and a Christian. Once elected he then shows his true identity; that of a anti-American Socialist and a Muslim. You can see that now with the 2012 election coming up he is in transition again. He has Osama killed to show his American side and seeks to finish off Israel to show his Muslim side. CHANGE. With Obama, you bet.
What would the American people say if Obama said we should revert back to the 1803 border for the United States to resolve the Mexican and Spanish complaint about the U.S. border issues. Just about as stupid as his middle east policy between Israel and terrorist.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

AFLAC sued by the ACLU

The ACLU along with the NAACP and La Raza filed a joint discrimination law suit against The American Family Life Assurance Company, also known as AFLAC for the continual use of a white duck to promote their company.  They stated that AFLAC was being Racist and was not reflecting the true racial makeup of America. The ACLU submitted a side by side photo comparison, that of the current Duck and a more appropriate multi-cultural colored Duck. AFLAC refused to comment. An unofficial source told ABC News that in a effort to improve their image they did make a commercial with their duck break dancing to rap music and handing out free money.

Friday, May 6, 2011

In a Godless Nation there is no Truth

I hope Coach Daubenmire doesn't mind that I posted his entire article but this is so important to understand and everyone needs to read it. When you remove God you also remove The Truth. If you believe anything that the media or the Government  tell you, then you'll know you have been brianwashed.


By Coach Dave Daubenmire
May 5, 2011

I take no pleasure in saying this, but I don’t believe it.

It is a sad state of affairs that we have reached the point where you can’t believe anything you hear. In fact, you can’t even believe what you see.

Call me whatever name you want to, ridiculing me won’t shut me up. The truth is you just can’t believe it any more.

It, you say. What is it?

Everything…anything…you just can’t believe it anymore. Modern-day America is just one big pack of lies, told by a cadre of liars.

I’m sorry…whatever it is…I don’t believe it.

How about you? Do you believe them? Do you believe the malarkey they are trying to feed us?
I’m not sure which makes me angrier…the lying…or them thinking I am dumb enough to believe the lies.

That’s why I have adopted a new position; A variation of Ronald Reagan’s “Trust but verify” philosophy.

I don’t trust until I verify. That’s my new motto.

They tell us that:

Bin Laden is dead.
They buried him in the ocean.
He was unarmed.
We can’t handle the pictures.
That terrorism is crippled.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

They tell us that:

Obama was born in America.
His birth certificate is authentic.
He loves America.
He is eligible to be President.
He loves Jesus more than Mohammed.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

The want us to believe that:

Republicans are for smaller government.
Republicans want to stop abortion.
Republicans are for the free market.
Republicans believe in individual liberty.
Republicans are better than Democrats.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

They tell us:

The economy is improving.
The dollar is strong.
Don’t buy silver and gold.
The stock market is safe.
The bankers are honest.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

They tell us that Secular Jews:

Don’t control the media.
Don’t control Hollywood.
Don’t control the financial systems of the world.
Aren’t behind the ACLU and SPLC.
Are a discriminated, powerless minority and if I speak out I am anti-Semitic.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

They want us to believe:

Our schools are doing a great job.
We need to spend more on education.
Higher education is not controlled by communists.
The Department of Education improves education.
Our students haven’t been purposefully dumbed-down.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

They have tried to convince us that:

Individual gun ownership makes us less safe.
The courts can be trusted.
Judges are impartial.
Our elections are honest and the voting machines are tamper proof.
Every vote counts and all votes are counted.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

They have tried hard to sell us the idea that:

Fox News is fair and balanced.
Bill O’Reilly is looking out for you.
Hannity is not a Republican cheerleader.
Limbaugh doesn’t carry Republican water.
Fox News is not controlled by the Saudis.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

They have tried to convince us that:

Homosexuality is normal.
Women don’t regret their abortions.
Planned Parenthood is good for women.
Our tax dollars don’t fund abortions.
God is ambivalent about child-killing.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

They want us to believe that:

Our elected officials go to Washington to serve us.
They follow the Constitution.
Power doesn’t corrupt.
There is a right to healthcare but not a right to life.
There are honest people in Washington.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

Pastors tell us that:

The rapture is going to rescue us.
God is love and does not believe in judging.
Government schools are good for Christian kids.
We should stay out of politics.
If we send them $100, God will send us $1000.

I’m sorry, but I don’t believe it.

Never in American history have so many lies been told by so many, so often, about so much.

I don’t trust until I verify. Turn on your truth-detector.

Wake up. No one is looking out for you.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

King James Bible 400th Anniversary

This week celebrates the 400th anniversary (1611-2011) of the King James Bible. It is considered to be one of the greatest English translations of all times. The link below is a good history timeline of how the Bible was finally printed in English.


Monday, May 2, 2011

Osama Bin Laden killed

President Obama announced late Sunday that bin Laden, leader of al-Qaeda, was killed by U.S. forces in Abbottabad, about 31 miles north of the Pakistani capital of Islamabad.
He also stated that the orders were to kill, not capture. I guess the U. S. Government, who claimed how important intelligence gathering from high officials of al-Qaeda was weren't interested in what Osama might have to say, or maybe they didn't want people to know what he had to say. Or maybe since water boarding was outlawed they figured the ACLU wouldn't allow them to extract information. A civilian court might even get Osama freed on a technicality like the navy seals might have forgotten to read him his rights during the fire fight. In any case the War on Terror must go on and on and on and on.
At least he received a traditional Islamic burial.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Federal Reserve

The Record of the Federal Reserve
By Erik Voorhees - August 27, 2009 12:00 AM

Not a day goes by without talk of the Federal Reserve, whether by the organization itself or by its opponents. An incessant cheerleader of his organization, Chairman Ben Bernanke will be the first to tell you that the Federal Reserve is an utmost necessity to the smooth operation of the U.S. financial system. Some would disagree. And while ongoing events can be difficult to objectively examine, hindsight is usually much more prescient.
Let's set aside what The Fed says for a moment and examine what it actually does.
  • From 1776 to 1912 (136 years), the value of the dollar, relative to the Consumer Price Index, increased by 11%. A dollar could buy 11% more goods in 1912 than in 1776. Thus, if in 1776, you sat on your savings pile of $1,000,000 for 136 years, it would then be worth $1,110,000 in purchasing power (it will have appreciated in value by 11%). A loaf of bread for Thomas Jefferson cost the same as a loaf of bread for Lincoln 50 years later and again the same for J.P. Morgan 50 years after that.
  • The United States Federal Reserve System was created in 1913. The stated purpose of the Fed, by the definition taken from its own website, is to "conduct the nation's monetary policy by influencing money and credit conditions in the economy in pursuit of full employment and stable prices." Note that "stable prices" is another way of saying "stable dollar," they are two sides of the same coin (couldn't resist the pun).
  • After the Fed's creation, from 1913 to 2008 (95 years), the value of the dollar, relative to the Consumer Price Index, decreased by 95%. A dollar could buy 95% fewer goods in 2008 than in 1913. Thus, if in 1913, you sat on your savings pile of $1,000,000 for 95 years, it would then be worth only $50,000 in purchasing power (it will have depreciated in value by 95%). One would now need to pay about 20X more than J.P. Morgan for one's bread. Ask my mother how much the price of milk has increased just in the last ten years alone.
In other words, the value of the dollar remained extremely stable for 150 years, the Fed was created in order to "stabilize the value of the dollar," and the result has been a 95% devaluation of the dollar in less than 100 years following its creation. Below is a graph of this history, which I've marked with the year 1913 so you can see the change. The graph is also marked with the years of decoupling from the gold standard, as no examination of dollar value would be sound without such mention.
While we all take inflation as a "given" - as something that "just happens" in the economy - this belief is utterly incorrect. Inflation, which is the loss of value in your saved dollars, is caused by the Federal Reserve through its management of the money supply. Next time you see Ben Bernanke on the television telling you that they "will take the necessary steps" to help the country, consider their track record so far, and their dismal failure at their stated objective: preserving the value of America's money.
Yet, American's aren't particularly upset about this, and indeed the vast majority have no idea about any of this. I would wager that this is because Americans are educated in Government schools, which barely teach basic accounting, let alone macroeconomic monetary theory. In public school I was forced to memorize the names of every country in Africa, yet there was never a discussion of the nature of money. Half the nations of Africa have been renamed since, but the economic principles which cause such political turmoil remain the same.
The Federal Reserve System is fraudulent. Whatever its stated purpose, its effect is to create a hidden mechanism of deficit spending by politicians, through the insidious invisible taxation of monetary debasement (inflation). With printed money, the Government can buy services for its voters before the effects of inflation are felt. The voters money buys less the following year, as the new money has raised prices, and they are often none the wiser.
Obama is now mandating that the Fed is to have more oversight, more authority and control over the markets of the United States. If we can learn anything from the Fed, it's that the best way to succeed as a politician is to stretch one's failure over a long enough period that people won't remember it.