While it’s unclear whether President Putin really compared negotiating with Obama to playing chess with a pigeon, the imagery this quote brings to mind is too priceless not to share it. If Putin didn’t say it, I bet he wishes he had! But just in case, let’s file this tidbit of political humor about President Obama under “satire.” -KK
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– What is it, exactly, we are fighting to preserve?
Matthew Spalding, Ph.D. (HERITAGE .ORG) – Across this great land, patriotic Americans are behaving subversively.
Uncle Sam is not amused.
RON PAUL’S TEXAS STRAIGHT TALK – Last year more US troops died by suicide than died in combat in Afghanistan. More than 20 percent of military personnel deployed to combat will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Some 32 percent of US soldiers reported depression after deployments. More than 20 percent of active-duty military are on potentially dangerous psychotropic drugs; many are on multiple types. Violent crime among active duty military members increased 31 percent between 2006-2011.
KRISTI KIRK (PATRIOTS AND PAULIES POLITICS & NEWS) – Our best hope of restoring rights, liberties and justice in America hinges upon a spiritual rebirth and reawakening. There really isn’t any hope of that happening without it. While thoughts and focused intentions are very powerful, the most powerful essence in the world is truth. NWO politicians who pose in phony prayer for photo ops are trying to steal the power of the people by tricking us into thinking their god is the only truth. But if we can all come together and focus on discovering the real truth, their false god and imagined power will disappear like a shadow from the light.
Homeland Security graduates first Corps of Homeland Youth
(WHITEOUTPRESS.COM) – The federal government calls them FEMA Corps. But they conjure up memories of the Hitler Youth of 1930’s Germany. Regardless of their name, the
(COMMUNITIES.WASHINGTONTIMES.COM) — Suddenly, Ron Paul’s supporters are relevant. You remember Ron Paul — that old Republican guy who ran for president. His non-interventionist foreign policy ideas were considered kooky during the Republican debates but have since landed him interviews on Fox.
He is the guy who barely cracked 10 percent in the primaries but managed to attract tens of thousands of people, from all walks of life, to his rallies during the primary season. People lined up to hear Paul speak about free-market economics and Constitutional government.
Yet his lively supporters were dismissed as “Paulbots” and “Paultards.”
But if Breitbart.com, Glennbeck.com and others are correct, the Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, may have difficulty defeating Barack Obama if the Paulies don’t fall in line and vote for Mitt.
PAULTICAL TICKER with Jack Hunter (RONPAUL2012.COM) – I keep reading these stories about what happened in Nebraska yesterday, where phrases like “Ron Paul’s last stand” and reporters saying things like “it’s all over for Ron Paul” are used liberally.
This is stupid. These reports are stupid. They may be accurate in the immediate technical electoral sense, but are wholly inaccurate in the much more pertinent and larger sense when reporting on anything concerning Ron Paul and his very large, vocal and influential movement.
KRISTI KIRK (PATRIOTS AND PAULIES POLITICS & NEWS) – Okay class, this is an easy one. There’s no doubt that the wishes of political campaign contributors ultimately influence public policy. In essence, political candidates “are” the donations they keep. With that in mind, which GOP presidential hopeful would you rather elect to office?
(PolicyMic.com) – During the 2008 Presidential campaign, I (along with many others) tried to argue that there was no legitimate difference between the grumpiest old man John McCain and the constitutional law professor turned Hope and Change motivator Barack Obama. It was clear that neither candidate was going to rollback the war profiteering military industrial complex. McCain’s hawkish attitude towards oil rich foreign lands, including his infamous “Bomb, Bomb, Iran” ditty, and Obama’s foreign policy adviser of choice, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who founded Al-Qaeda (at that point as a foil against the Soviets in Afghanistan) and authored The Grand Chessboard were tell-tale signs that the imperialist foreign policy would continue unabridged. It was also clear that neither candidate intended on curtailing the runaway casino financial system that benefits the 0.1% at the expense of the taxpayer. Both McCain and Obama stressed the urgency of the bailouts that sent trillions to Wall Street — who just happened to be the main campaign contributors for both candidates.
Today, exposing the false Left-Right paradigm is much easier. Goldman Sachs (R) vs. Goldman Sachs (D). Romneycare or Obamacare? Neither candidate is offering peace. More wars. More big government. The same old song and dance.
KRISTI KIRK (PATRIOTS AND PAULIES POLITICS & NEWS) -With politicians quoted making stupid statements like these, no wonder it’s the politicians who make us laugh and comedians who make us think. We laugh because we think stupid politicians are losers – stupid politicians laugh because we’re just figuring it out! Here’s our picks for the TOP 7 stupidest quotes by politicians (they’re pretty funny):
KRISTI KIRK (PATRIOTS AND PAULIES POLITICS & NEWS) – Did lip readers make out the First Lady’s comments correctly? All this for saying, “All this for a damn flag?“ Read My Lips: We will probably never know for certain what Michelle Obama was caught on video saying during the 9/11 ceremonies. As for the lip readers? It’s a case of he said she said.
From Frank Jacobs —
Endtime prophecy is not the province of the religiously excitable alone. Even the die-hard materialists of the Russian intelligence service FSB (formerly the KGB) dabble in apocalyptic musings – although the scope of this particular prediction is not global, but limited to the imminent demise of that old-and-new archenemy, the United States.
From the East came the feared Paulies. The villagers were frightened as rumors told of great changes. What could they do as they only outnumbered the Paulies by over one hundred to one?
— JAKE SEZ (THEPATRIOTSCORNER.COM) – There was once a with the name of Establishment. In the village of Establishment lived the of a great republic. The people in Establishment considered themselves rulers because they got to make the rules that everyone else in the republic had to follow. Everyone except that the rulers of Establishment. They were usually exempt from many of the laws that the others had to follow.
From Jamie Trent – FB
You thought FREE PRESS meant freedom of the press? It does, but you misunderstood. Free press means the press is free to manipulate, twist, censor, marginalize and blatantly ignore/blackout any news or public figure they want or the owner of their news company wants. It’s not mainstream media it’s lame stream media.