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{November 13, 2008}   Emanual the jew should know better

the best part is when imanual says that thisat 1:00 min into clip he says it will give all american a sense of what it is to be an american.

and as the reporter cleverly put it at 1:13 taking away individual liberty gives a sense of what it means to be an american??? Huh?

http://hotair.com/archives/2008/11/12/audio-the-obligatory-rahm-emanuel-talks-about-compulsory-civil-defense-service-clip/

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{November 13, 2008}   Obama full of himself

He talks and talks and talks

huh the same guy who wont reveal his video and conections to aires and the other known terorist, the guy that wont open his books of his campain to see were he got all his money from

he want to open the books of the government hahahahah

lololo neve gona happan

FEC want to audit mccain but obama…

hmm why not simple\

Why would they want to audit Obama? The biggest fundraising operation in political history, infused with hundreds of millions of dollars from contributors whose names the campaign refuses to reveal, dependent upon a donation mechanism whose security measures were suspiciously and inexplicably disabled, and accused by reputable publications of having looked the other way at fraudulent donations that would have been detected immediately with cursory oversight.

Aside from that, I mean, why would they want to audit him?

The punchline? It’s because he’s rolling in dough that they’re less inclined to check him out.




Tue Nov 11 2008 09:28:10 ET

Just hours after President Bush and President-elect Obama met in the Oval Office of the White House, details of their confidential conversation began leaking out to the press, igniting anger from the president, sources claim.

"Senator Obama would be wise to keep close counsel," a top Bush source warned.

"BUSH AND OBAMA AT ODDS OVER AID FOR AUTO INDUSTRY," splashed the NEW YORK TIMES in an exclusive Monday evening, quoting "people familiar with the discussion."

The two met at the White House in private, without staff.

"Bush indicated at the meeting that he might support some aid and a broader economic stimulus package if Obama and congressional Democrats dropped their opposition to a free-trade agreement with Colombia," claimed the TIMES.

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The ASSOCIATED PRESS quickly followed with details of the conversation, citing "aides who described the discussion on grounds of anonymity, citing the private nature of the meeting."

Bush advisers view the leaks as an effort to undermine the president's remaining days in office.

"Senator Obama may not be familiar with a long-standing tradition of presidents holding their private conversations, private," a senior adviser explained to the DRUDGE REPORT.



erusalem – Ahmad Yousuf, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh’s political advisor, said that during the recent US presidential race a secret meeting between senior Islamist group figures and advisors to President-elect Barack Obama was held in Gaza.

“We were in contact with a number of Obama’s aides through the Internet, and later met with some of them in Gaza, but they advised us not to come out with any statements, as they may have a negative effect on his election campaign and be used by Republican candidate John McCain (to attack Obama),” Yousuf said in an interview with London-based Arabic-language newspaper Al-Hayat, published Tuesday

Yousuf said Hamas’s contact with Obama’s advisors was ongoing, adding that he was still on good terms with some of the aides he had befriended while residing in the US.

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According to Yousuf, Haniyeh will send Obama a telegram congratulating him on his victory.

“The policy Obama will instate in the Middle East will differ from that of his predecessor George W. Bush, although it is clear that the region and the Palestinian issue will not be at the top of his agenda,” Yousef told Al-Hayat, “(the president-elect) will focus more on the economic crisis, Iraq and Afghanistan.”



I found this oped on some jew site just look at how this guy just looks at Obamas lack of everything as a good thing just bc he has hope…

lol i think its great

by Rabbi Yisroel Bernath – Spiritual Director of Chabad of NDG and Loyola Campus

For the past few days, my world has been saturated with the news of President-Elect Barack Obama. Most of the statements I have heard were very negative or very positive – not much in the middle. Surprisingly, however, both extremes followed a similar theme: “It’s the end of the world as we know it.”

As a Chabad Rabbi, my initial thoughts were against the President-Elect and much of his platform. Weighing his policy towards Israel, a land dear to myself and my brethren, and envisioning a world gone mad held in the palm of his hand, truly pierced me to the core.

While I am trying to find a glimmer of hope and comfort amidst the turmoil, millions are dancing, parading, and speaking of a new world. I am a believer and I am all for hope. But is there really anything left to believe in? What is the message?

The Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe frequently said, “think good and it will be good”. The Lubavitcher Rebbe expounded on this, “A person’s bitachon – the absolute assurance and conviction that G-d will make things good – becomes the conduit and vessel which draws down G-d’s blessings. Thus, positive thinking is much more than a method for weathering negative occurrences; it actually makes positive results happen.”

Now I can see how Obama’s win is good. He has rallied a nation to believe again. People have hope and conviction that tomorrow will be better despite the current terrible state of things. What gives me the right to snub the spirit of jubilation and goodness with my negative feelings just because I don’t like the political agenda? Who gives me the power to smash the walls of positive thinking?

In addition to adding positive actions to the world, we have a duty to supply positive thoughts and words as well. We have the power to change our reality. We have the power to bring about something so powerful that negative forces will run for their lives. And we can do it with our thoughts alone.

We are on the brink of change. All we have to do is have faith. I firmly believe that G-d would never do something which isn’t absolute good. There is only good and potential good – nothing else.

So, to those who support our President-Elect, congratulations and keep up your joy and good spirits, good things are on the way. To those who don’t support him, I urge you to think good and speak good. Whatever is about to happen over the next few days, weeks, months or years is not in your control. Let G-d handle it. He’s got it covered. He knows what is truly right.

Good thoughts, good words, and good deeds.

Not only is that “Change We Can Believe In”, that’s “Change We Need!” and “Yes We Can!”



{November 11, 2008}   Obamas promises soon to go bye bye

I could have told you this before this guy was even elected

he cant keep to his plan of “change”

A Washington Times Exclusive: Over the weekend President-elect Barack Obama scrubbed Change.gov, his transition Web site, deleting most of what had been a massive agenda copied directly from his campaign Web site.

Gone are the promises on how an Obama administration would handle 25 different agenda items – everything from Iraq and immigration to taxes and urban policy – all items laid out on his campaign Web site.

Instead, the official agenda on Change.gov has been boiled down to one vague paragraph proclaiming a plan “to revive the economy, to fix our health care, education, and social security systems, to define a clear path to energy independence, to end the war in Iraq responsibly and finish our mission in Afghanistan, and to work with our allies to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, among many other domestic and foreign policy objectives.”



Hmmm, except that hitler didnt like blacks…

Republican congressman from Georgia said Monday he fears that President-elect Obama will establish a Gestapo-like security force to impose a Marxist or fascist dictatorship.

“It may sound a bit crazy and off base, but the thing is, he’s the one who proposed this national security force,” Rep. Paul Broun said of Obama in an interview Monday with The Associated Press. “I’m just trying to bring attention to the fact that we may — may not, I hope not — but we may have a problem with that type of philosophy of radical socialism or Marxism.”

so whats it gona be lets cut out police ill take matters into my own hands intresting



President-elect Barack Obama’s newly appointed chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, served on the board of directors of the federal mortgage firm Freddie Mac at a time when scandal was brewing at the troubled agency and the board failed to spot “red flags,” according to government reports reviewed by ABCNews.com.

According to a complaint later filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Freddie Mac, known formally as the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, misreported profits by billions of dollars in order to deceive investors between the years 2000 and 2002.

Emanuel was not named in the SEC complaint (click here to read) but the entire board was later accused by the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO) (click here to read) of having “failed in its duty to follow up on matters brought to its attention.”



hmmm

On american soil bc hussain will be taking our troops home…

 

OSAMA bin Laden is planning an attack against the United States that will “outdo by far” September 11, an Arab newspaper in London has reported.

And according to a former senior Yemeni al-Qaeda operative, the terrorist organisation has entered a “positive phase”, reinforcing specific training camps around the world that will lead the next “wave of action” against the West.

The warning, on the front page of an Arabic newspaper published in London, Al-Quds Al-Arabi – and widely reported in the major Italian papers – quotes a person described as being “very close to al-Qaeda” in Yemen.

The paper is edited by Abdel al-Bari Atwan, who is said to be the last journalist to interview Osama bin Laden in 1996. According to the report, bin Laden is himself closely following preparations for an attack against the US and aims to “change the face of world politics and economics”. The operative is quoted as saying that “this will be shown by the fact that we now control a major part of the south of Somalia”.



Still Russia’s dominant politician, Vladimir Putin can only relish the prospect of a new bout of Russian-US rivalry with American leader-in-waiting Barack Obama, say analysts.While much of the world celebrated Obama’s US presidential win, a stony-faced Russian reaction was a reminder of Cold War-style tensions between Washington and Moscow.

On the Internet, Russian bloggers portrayed the victory of a black candidate as evidence of American decline. On an official level, President Dmitry Medvedev chose the day of Obama’s win to announce the deployment of short-range missiles to Kaliningrad, a Russian outpost in Europe.  They waited for this day because of fear of the McCain camps possoble win.

Numerous analysts said Medvedev’s response was clearly authored by Putin, no longer president himself but powerful in the prime minister’s post and long the spearhead of Russian attacks on the United States.

“Putin is of course number one in this tandem,” said Yevgeny Volk, head of the Moscow office of the US Heritage Foundation, a research centre.

The announcement of missile deployments to Kaliningrad is meant “to test Obama — whether he really is a strong and efficient leader,” said Volk.

Although he stood down as president in May in accordance with the constitution, Putin has kept a high profile.

He has released a judo training video, has “saved” a group of journalists from a loose Siberian tiger using a tranquilizer dart, and still meets world leaders such as Italy’s Silvio Berlusconi and Libya’s Moamer Kadhafi, whom he hosted this month in the Kremlin.

Analysts said Putin’s natural role was in baiting a United States cast by state media in the role of aggressor and that the 56-year-old could return to Russia’s presidency.

Russian analyst Andrei Piontkovsky, who currently works at Washington’s Hudson Institute, said Putin was beset by economic worries in the prime minister’s post and wanted to “flee” for the safety of the presidency, a tsar-like role generally seen as beyond criticism.

Media speculation that Medvedev could step down to make way for Putin mounted this week when Medvedev said he wanted to extend presidential terms to six years.

Presidential aide Arkady Dvorkovich insisted Medvedev would carry on, possibly into a second term in 2012.

Unconvinced, Piontkovsky said Putin’s “economic magic has ended. So he wants to leave the post of prime minister and concentrate on fighting American imperialism.”

Volk said the Russian perception of Obama was of a politician inexperienced in foreign affairs who might be made to back down on US plans to place missile defence facilities in eastern Europe, which Moscow has portrayed as a threat.

This perception of a weak Obama was driven home on Saturday by a photograph on the front page of the Kommersant newspaper that showed his humiliating detention at an airport in the Ural Mountains on a 2005 visit he made as part of a nuclear disarmament programme.

In similar vein, the newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets featured reminiscences of Obama’s tour, saying “for a large part of his visit, Obama kept quiet and smiled.”

Volk said Russia would follow up last week’s threats with further high-profile shows of strength.

Putin last week dispatched a trusted lieutenant, First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin, to Cuba and Venezuela to prepare a presidential tour of South America this month that is likely to rankle Washington.

While Cuba does not figure on Medvedev’s itinerary, he is due to oversee joint naval exercises off the coast of Venezuela, amid US worries about Russian arms supplies to Venezuela.

For Moscow-based political columnist Dmitry Oreshkin, confrontation with a belligerent United States has become an essential tactic for Russia’s authoritarian leadership to deflect discontent at home.

The arrival of a more conciliatory US leader could therefore be seen as a challenge for Putin and his team.

While many Russians suspect “another cunning trick to deceive Russia,” he said, there are others who are “not delighted by the actions of Medvedev and Putin and who realise the government is theatre.”



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