Migrants from Central America are Victimized into $250 million kidnapping scheme by Mexican cartels

Migrants from Central America are Victimized into $250 million kidnapping scheme by Mexican cartels.

636_Congress_moneyTens of thousands of Central American migrants are being kidnapped, abused and extorted by Mexican gangs just yards from the United States in a growing racket that may be worth up to $250 million a year.

Arriving in ragtag border towns like Reynosa, Mexico’s migrant kidnapping capital where police in armored vehicles patrol the streets and daytime shootouts are commonplace, migrants are picked off buses by gangs who federal authorities say are in cahoots with local officials.

latin America mapThey are then held captive in small houses packed with dozens of fellow migrants, where they are ransomed for up to $5,000 a head. Women who cannot pay face rape, while men risk beatings and conscription into gang ranks, police say.
Juan Marcos Guardado, a 27-year-old roofer, said he was betrayed by a fellow Honduran shortly after arriving by bus in Reynosa. The man handed Guardado over to men who said they were members of the feared Gulf Cartel and extorted $1,500 from his relatives. They then passed him onto another kidnapping group.

The kidnapping of Central American migrants, some of the poorest people in the Americas, is not new. _update-cartel-report

In 2010, the ultra-violent Zetas cartel was behind a massacre of 72 kidnapped migrants in the northeastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas, where both the Zetas and their enemy, the Gulf Cartel, were born.

But a recent surge in the number of Central American migrants heading for the United States – coupled with successful operations by Mexican security forces to disrupt cartels’ drug business – has turned a former sideline into an increasingly important revenue stream for rank and file cartel members.

10628319_784408614949169_6962528540080300342_nThis story is at the point right now when all members of the Democrat Party should be taking a realistic view of secure borders with Mexico as well as a shared predicament in the lives of these very immigrants.

The story does not take any deviated or unexpected turns especially with regards to the Central American immigrants. These are the very people that the Democrat Party members of the US Congress as well as the executive branch, led by President Obama went and visited before and after the World Cup matches we held in Brazil and quite openly explained by committee the ease of getting into America by using the Refugee – Asylum Act.


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One Would Think that President Obama has learned his lesson…

One Would Think that President Obama has learned his lesson…

020806-F-7823A-004With the ostensible amount of blunders, scandals, and utter destruction that has been brought on by himself, President Barack Obama is still blaming others for his mismanagement of our Nations money, and subsequently what he has been drawn into by you name it — his “BEST & BRIGHTESS” advisory team that could out-excel the normal man or woman.

Furthermore, one would think that after totally messing with the interests of the I.R.S., on or about the same time as Benghazi, Libya was falling disgustingly over itself with the phony — and allow me to add the other Clinton producing her disgustingly sophomoric faked tumors, and other medical traumas that just happened out of thin air. The talking points that should have ended U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice’s career for what? To win an election that he already had won?

It is at this point right here and now that the history scholars and academics will be drawing similarities too, featuring Richard M. Nixon and the wannabe president Barack Obama. Here is the gleaming similarity. In the 1972 election Mr. Nixon had already secured the nomination; however, why is it that people who have won continue to pile-it-on until they virtually get caught?

Seriously now, even with my precious vote for Romney we all knew that Obama would win the election insofar as all ofHolderbug the skullduggery he dredged up. What else could possibly remain when he is taking credit for (the other guy’s) mission to find and take down Osama bin Laden. At the precisely same time the U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was launching and furthermore leading in the amount of civil rights alleged abuses with his whimpering willow wind lawsuit filing against every sovereign state in the Union that wanted their voting rolls examined and cleaned. I would just like to add that Obama and Holder single handedly shot down the Voter ID Act because they felt it was “racial profiling.”

700_lambley-8The facts are now that everything we never, ever saw happen — simply because of this person’s outlandish ego and arrogance because he was president, and as such “He could do anything he wanted too…” Now let us be honest with one another here — everything from Fast & Furious, Solyndra’s half billion bailout when his advisors told him not to get involved, to some of the ugliest displays a Commander-in-Chief could or would ever do to men who served their country for over 35 years. The rigged embarrassment of General McChrystal, to the walk-in and you’ll be tried in court, the set-up against General Petraeus was simply unconscionable.

All of this for a preconceived notion of an election? Makes an honest man delve a bit deeper to see what this person is really hiding. Suffice it to say that my feelings have been those of wanting to join or start my own political action committee. MH900438273

P.S. This is a quote from NumbersUSA Newsletter; this is one of the items that I request, receive, and share as much as possible. President Obama is absolutely wrong with his hypothesis.

At a Town Hall meeting on Thursday, Pres. Obama said it would be political “suicide” for Republicans not to embrace a mass amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, and he reinforced plans to move forward with a large-scale executive action that would grant amnesty and work permits to millions of illegal aliens after the November elections.

“[T]he demographics of the country are such where you are going to lose an entire generation of immigrants who are looking around and saying, ‘You know what? That party doesn’t seem to care much about me…'” Barack Obama

Pres. Obama failed to recognize that the GOP Leadership already mostly agrees with him on immigration. Had it not been for a few courageous Members in Congress and massive resistance from voters, the Gang of Eight’s amnesty bill would have sailed through the House and been signed into law.

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0c3dc92c-79ed-4fdf-8deb-3eba5088ba50I believe that most of our readership here at The Contemplative Thinker know what teachable moments already are. Or anyone reading this cite, or Politico, Brietbart’s, Newsweek, The Hill, and all of the daily American Thinker’s, Capital News, and down the line to the Washington Post (WAPO) are most likely to understand them.

Yet, we would go so far to say that anyone who listens to Fox News or watches any sparkling news show there will definitely be sure to tell everyone what a teachable moment does.

As for me this prized possession is part of the proverbial — pocket full of tricks that everyone in education should have down to a science. Again, as for me maybe 25 or 30 years ago; however, in the year 2008 people took heed to the President- Elect’s new phraseology. In 2009 or so is when Barack Obama went into his first education establishment and was treated to a teachable moment first hand and apparently by a very great teacher.

There certainly is a time for them AND there are times when they are used (unfortunately) full of condescending, mental rubbish that will make a student only resent their teacher more.

I feel as though Sean Hannity had his coming of age when he learned of these wonderful morsels and how to use them.
Basically a teachable moment is one of those rare instances when a person, student, teacher, and anyone in the manner of civility stumbles into any situation where another person recognizes the difficulty and is able to assist the individual inEmblem_of_the_United_Nations.svg (1) learning what it is that they have found.

As easily and as briefly as I may take this time to deliver a message of hope to the parents of our current under- generation. This is made totally possible by an outstanding article in Townhall.com as written by Ashley Pratte. Being the astute writer that she is Ms. Pratte is able to bring us: Che Guevara: The Man, the Myth, the Atrocities, and is able to brilliantly bring to the forefront of what this man did — and why would our children be wearing celebratory Tee-Shirts with his face being the only recognizable thing on the shirt.

From Ashley Pratte’s article: “Today marks 47 years since the death of Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara—an international terrorist responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent people.

Despite Che’s murderous history, the Left continues to glorify and idolize him. Images of Che’s face can be seen on t-shirts, coffee mugs, key chains, and sweatshirts—ironic because he wasn’t a proponent of free-markets. Students walk around their campuses wearing shirts with Che’s image on it, yet they have no idea of the atrocities he committed. Unfortunately, most students either ignore this part of his story or are never truly informed about his actions.
Every year Young America’s Foundation sponsors “No More Che Day” on October 9, the day of Che’s death. “No More Che Day” is designed to educate campus communities about Che’s cult of violence. This day brings awareness to the negative effects of socialism and what the ultimate goal of socialism is—conformity or death.
October 9 is a day that should be used to educate and inform everyone, but especially our nation’s youth of the murderous thug that Che was. Che should not be hailed as a revolutionary hero. He should be known for the evil mass murderer that he was. His socialist ideas should be exposed for what they are—part of the Communist governments that are responsible for murdering more than 100,000,000 people.

Ashley Pratte has demonstrated how to use a “teachable moment” to perfection. One must admire a person for their sense of civility while placing her gut-felt feelings where she works. Bbrraavvoo Ashley! Bravo! Bravo!

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The Mismanagement of All Time

Blunder after Blunder

foolmetwice-130x190And if you don’t accept that assumption after reading this short article, we would sure appreciate it when looking at the assessment through the eyes, minds, and hearts of those experts that are much closer to the situation than we are. What has been released since this recent weekend of October 3-5, 2014 is a very substantial inclination with proof of how President Barack Obama has done with his administration.

We look to only address two areas of Obama’s service and what has happened to our Nation since that time. First, after looking for names, camaraderie, battle cries, or how a particular Air Force and Naval air campaign has been going what we are surmising from the press is that the campaign has not worked and there is a reason why.

We are very influenced here by the opinion writing and perspectives by one Dr. Charles Krauthammer who is a Fox News contributor as well as one of the permanent panelists as is George Will on Brett Brier’s program, Special Report.

We very much appreciate the corrected matters that have gone wrong from Washington D.C. Maybe with 75 percent of his own party wanting to keep Obama as far from them a possible during this interim election period, or, if Obama’s stuff has finally come to light for what it really is — farfetched bull squat — the matter is more pronounced with the heads of offices, various Secretary’s of State, both of which are same party politicians (Hillary Clinton, John Kerry), and now finally the Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta, is pursuit of a best-selling book — or better put would the former Director of the C.I.A. is coming clean about Barack Obama. 

Charles Krauthammer tonight weighed in on Bill O’Reilly’s interview with former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, calling it “utterly devastating” for President Barack Obama

“You did great, Panetta did great, I’m afraid Obama did not do very well,” Krauthammer said. He called Panetta an iconobama_united nations of the Democratic Party and said that everyone knows he is a straight shooter. 

“You can tell from the tone of his responses to you that he’s sympathetic to the president but he loves his country and he feels he has to say the truth,” Krauthammer said. “The content of what he said […] was utterly devastating. He was basically saying this president cannot lead, he is indecisive, and he is weak.”

Secondly, the interview that was granted by Mr. Bill O’Reilly with Defense Secretary, Leon Panetta, has certainly been one of those telling events that literally shocked the civilized world. In all fairness to Mr. Panetta most of what I’ve written here has come straight from him. Two points that Panetta brought up: One was the notion behind the unwillingness of Barack Obama to put up any kind of plausible fight for what Vladimir Putin is and has been doing inside of Ukraine.

According to Leon Panetta, who has been at this real for more than 35 years he feels that Obama’s biggest mistake was in the United States NOT leaving troops in Iran. Remember from my earlier piece on The Tenets of War a nation wanting to win a war must prove their ability to hold the ground that was surrendered to them. Obama did not do this. Nor did he put any kind of fight over the loss of military missile capability in Poland, the U.K. and Turkey.

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Who or What is this enigma..?

700_loambley-eatdigplay-com-3We know that there are many people out there who know what tears apart an organization faster than anything preplanned or even if someone allegedly in charge gave an order to abandon the operation. What is this enigma, and by what traits, accountability, looks, or whatnot does this e-n-i-g-n-a do to destroy organizations?

Sometimes it is praised and exulted above all else when a young man unsteady in his ways joins the military service. At late adolescence or most of the time a year or so into college many young men and women are confused about where their place in life is; therefore, joining an operation that helps those unsteady legs really does assist almost everyone I know reach a plateau in their lives whereby the military service was exceptional.

Yes all is well — but what do we say when that military protocol — the essential ways of getting things done in a short period of time, the ways in which these gains gotten are a matter of education and known throughout the responsible cadre, or hierarchy of the rank and file.

In case you haven’t noticed this is the precise ground that we are trying to “completely destroy ISIS.” However prior to

The "Latte Salute"

The “Latte Salute”

that speech even being muttered, it was the establishment’s way of doing things — now hear this — the president is given daily (top of the morning) strategy and security briefings before starting to work on anything.

So what does one say when the president feels that hitting the lengths and getting in a round or two of golf by midday without even giving the courtesy of the people who prepared the Daily Briefing Reports! I have a perfect name for someone who displays that kind of asinine behavior.

Then through an untrusting media we are now informed that the president’s “bombing mission campaign” is being run without the presence of any member of the Joint-staff (no military), has not been properly named — anyone complaining must know that any mission in the military needs to be named so that the troops and country can rally around it.

Furthermore, running a war campaign from the White House without engaging any military members is just plain “stuck on stupid…” The only time that this messy strategy was allowed to happen was during Pres. Lyndon Baines Johnson’s administration. If you don’t know how that war ended, prepare to listen and go on some type of reading operation.

Well all things being equal what we have currently going on in the military and still worse in the U.S.A., is dissention, that matter that was mentioned about what could tear down an organization faster than a speeding bullet. Dissention, as founded, is from Latin dissentire “differ in sentiments, disagree, be at odds, contradict, quarrel,” from dis- “differently” + sentire “to feel, think” (see sense (n.)). Related: Dissented ; dissenting. The noun is 1580s, from the verb. Good examples.

At a time when he feels everyone should be pulling together in the championship chase, there is dissention in the camp. I hope I would have been careful about attributing foreknowledge and intent, but that there was internal dissention was incontrovertible. WORLD OF CONTROVERSY They entered a world raging with controversy and dissention amongst medical experts. In this last instance there is a true reminder of Global Warming.

With all due reality this president has caused a once proud nation and littered it with themes of racism, stripping the dignity of human rights, representing this Nation with apologies and disrespect and most of all “No boots on the ground,” is a political ploy that makes me sick!


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“Under God” out of the Pledge of Allegiance…

“Under God” out of the Pledge

quill8Understanding political correctness is as easy as one would want to make it. Basically all one really needs to do is look out at the world — those people we see, ut oh, here we go — is that young lady wearing no apparent wedding ring, the one with the hair. Now come on you look — sitting indigently without underwear, with the black hair roots, then an awful shade of blonde, and platinum down to the straggly ends. Damn, okay then, the one sitting like she’s playing classical guitar only without the guitar, terrible excuse for hair coloring and conditioning, I mean she is inciting the male sheep, lamas, and even a few male dogs around town. What I am trying to do is to arrive at explaining her and if you think she is heavy? Is she a fat-chick; or maybe plump, or is it just a bit overweight?

Either way one looks at this ugly description does she ever get described? No! A lot of characteristics about her but nothing inherently distinctive about her at all. We believe that the word choice is overwhelming important when trying to describe anyone; however, can you think of any other words, names, or other identifying remarks about that young lady?

Distinctive qualities describing the characteristics of a person might resemble a set of qualities that are distinctive, such as a person’s qualities of their mind and/or the general overall feelings this person may have.

The American Humanist Association is suing a New Jersey school district on behalf of an unidentified family, asking that students not be allowed to say “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Now, a New Jersey family – led by 17-year-old high school senior Samantha Jones – is speaking up.
According to NJ.com, the court has allowed the family to intervene in the case on behalf of the Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District.

300px-No_Political_Correctness.svgIf the courts ruled to remove the phrase from the Pledge, [attorney Diana] Verm said that would have an impact on Jones because it would apply to all schools in New Jersey. She also added that the Pledge is voluntary so people don’t have to recite it, which she said has been a remedy in the courts for decades.

“Where they’re wrong is the words ‘under God’ are not a religious statement but they’re a statement of political philosophy,” Verm said. “It was our Founding Father’s understanding that our rights don’t come from the state but they come from something higher than the state.”

The American Humanist Association, who filed the suit earlier this year, says the phrase, added in 1954, “marginalizes atheist and humanist kids as something less than ideal patriots.”

The next steps for Jones and the Knights of Columbus will be to file a motion to have the lawsuit dismissed, Verm said.

Jones sat down with Elisabeth Hasselbeck to explain why this issue is so important to her. She argued it comes down to “protecting our freedom as Americans.”

“I have been reciting the pledge since pre-school so to me the pledge sums up the history and values that have made our country great. Because it does acknowledge that our rights don’t come from the government, but from a higher power. So they can’t take those rights away,” said Jones.

She said she would feel “silenced” if she were to be forced to omit “under God” from the pledge. Jones said anyone who doesn’t want to say the pledge “has the right to remain silent, but they don’t have the right to silence everyone else.”


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Political Correctness…really..?

Political Correctness…really?

4It was a glorious fall day. On the way home we stopped for Mexican food and I said to my longest standing friend, “They call this Indian summer.”

No sooner had we arrived home than my significant other, who is finishing up college, texted me. “Story idea for you: Indian summer,” said her text. “Evidently not PC.”

I jumped on Google to do some research. I found a lot of questions: “Is ‘Indian summer’ an offensive term?” but no clear answers.

If “Indian summer” falls under the Political Correctness sword, I thought, it won’t be long before Polish sausage, Chinese checkers and Russian roulette follow. And what about Greek yogurt? These would be very sad developments. If not completely misleading.

 How often in all sincerity have these same places used their origins and myths in order to gain renown prominence? Let us try this: “Ah come to the Greek Isles for your holiday plans.” In the fashion industry the Polish models are surely ahead of their time. I think the point is made.

As we have written so many times, even dedicated an entire page to it, suggesting not only the origins of politicalpol correct correctness, what we believe its entire goal will invariably will be — the total explosion of the United States or the succession of the states becomes real.

 Let us let the Washington Redskins of the battered up NFL be our colorful example. It surely cannot be a mystery to anyone living in this country that various tribes of Native Americans have all but filed suit within the Federal Courts saying that “their” name is being used in a derogatory fashion.

First, who named the tribes of early Americans living primarily in mid to southern America, Redskins? And to be as honest and open as possible everything that football team does is to bring pride, notoriety, and fame to these mighty (?) folks. Talk about the cutting off the hand that feeds you!

 Whilst writing a column last night I espoused for all these people knew it could just as easily be reddish – brown mud and clay that they would rub into their skin to protect it from extreme sunburn. They very kindly indeed shared this and many other customs with the wild, white, and sunburned Europeans.

Political+Correctness3Therefore as the story goes we believe it would be far better off if the Native American tribes’ people put in an offer and see how Mr. Snyder reacts, maybe there is a way to collectively keep the name and to show them that no disrespect or racial slur is intended.

I am definitely one of those Americans who does not like to see brilliant intentions dropped and thrown into the waste bin. Please see Dismantling Language, ergo Dismantling America, for what happened to ordinary kids game of dodge ball. Now I am wondering if Vince Vaughan had this on his mind when he made the film, Dodge ball: Grab Life by the Ball.

 Political correctness is a cultural idiom that uses language as its power. The entire notion of being politically correct connects with the social domain through being the primary means of communication within the domain, and through being both a site of, and a stake in, struggles for power. In other words everyone uses some means of communication we refer to as language.

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Look…and please don’t forget

Look…and please don’t forget

Let me help you with that excuse, Barack

Let me help you with that excuse, Barack

Here is a surprise, and dream come true for so many veterans who could not be given the dilly-dally over at the Veterans Administration (VA) hospitals. If you will and can indulge me for my story.

Ah! Remembering the late winter or early spring that year with hopes as high as the sky about my future as a hopefully one day becoming a professional athlete. Thanks to the recruiting teams — I had a lay down scholarship so money was not going to be problem.

The love of my life was as anxious as a bird in a cat cage. She was so worried something was going to happen to “our” relationship. “Like what,” challenging her to bring something real regarding our relationship. This one was the real deal — together for four plus years, and committed to each other like crazy. Being from a dysfunctional family with alcohol problems that were only overcome by the drug trade — that was my mother and her eighth husband.

This was also during a time when our government was more into your life than they are now. Because a huge and entirely unpopular war was breaking out, there appeared to be only one way out. Creedence Clearwater got the notion down with some very tricky verse — “It ain’t me, it ain’t me, I ain’t no senator’s son, son It ain’t me, it ain’t me, I ain’t no fortunate one, no.”

01 A ReadyTherefore will all options out on the table — except one — it was looking like everything, EVERYTHING was going into a hold pattern — except the love of my life. So when the appropriate time came I went into the university’s Director of Admissions to try and secure what was then called a “Deferment Status” application — somehow maybe the U.S. government would also think that they had a real elitist future in me and the where with all to stop me from the inevitable — the U.S. Army.

Little did I know that the deferment application would take as long as it did. In the interim, I got to the one kneed status and gave the proposal of my life to my high school sweet young thing. I mean how happy can one man be? She said “Yes.”

deptbottomzone_1On the same day that I proposed to my soon to be wife, I also received the deferment status application back from Washington D.C.

If you are unaware of it now then please try and understand and keep up. We went out for dinner with all the fixings. I went forth from the protagonist’s viewpoint — I can take a couple of years off from school, keep in excellent physical condition, try to play intramural ball in the Army, get on the good side of the base commander, with hope, prayer, and of course God’s will stay as far away from the war as possible. Even my ending was lacking nothing — in the event I got hit then I would do recovery work most likely at Fitzsimmons Medical Center in Denver where we had planned to move.

As they say in so many tales — “It All Went to Hades in a Hand basket” — with not an i undotted or a t uncrossed. Everything I had placed into the serving, back to school, scholarship, physical condition, wife and marriage were gone. It was me doing two years and of course the U.S. Army.

Now just try and think for a moment about all the guys in a better position than I was in, and after 5 maybe 8 tours inNorbieRedCarpet

battle with five days left he’s running around clearing out. When one day unexpectedly he runs over a buried cable attached to five mega-bombs I.E.D., or explosive device.

The gentleman we all know is now so severely wounded we don’t even want to bring his name up. The Wounded Warrior Project is without conscience the most incredible organizations known to humankind. Where most agencies of its class never really make it, for so many who wish they were dead — they have received the true gift of love in The Wounded Warrior Project.


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51HygO6tecL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_Getting a rather late start on this evenings blog, however for what I’ve got to say perhaps it is better that I keep this article to a minimum. I really am not the sort of person who gets upset or otherwise because of a very illegitimate government especially with those who serve in it — and then again if I need just a smidgen of getting my dander up all I need to do is think, albeit very slightly about the many, many names I would like to call the president.

So please bear with me — I believe that this is important, therefore I need to make reference to some of the exactly the same nonconstitutional, corrupt, and criminal qualities as our president now breaths and with one hope try and reach one person out there who can relate to what I have to say.

Hopefully we have all learned something from our president who at one time went by Barry Sotero, and as far as we know is still using someone else’s Social Security number, with several experts who have found more idiosyncrasies with a “make believe Birth Certificate;” so here we have a man who has disobeyed just about every whim the Founder’s had and he laughs while strutting around saying, “Oh I’m the President, I can do anything I want to…”

You know that this little blurb with the mind of an insect does not have a legitimate legacy he can call his own. But if you and I are not careful and mindfully realize our votes we may entertain the notion of Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton winning an election then all I can say is the second verse will be far worse than the first.

And her administration is shaping up so well it is as if she planned it. In all sincerity, how many of you knew that as First Lady, she had hubby “Slick Willy” darn near sign an executive order and issued to the secret service ordering them to stand nothing closer than 50 feet of her? 

So today I was thinking she ought to be in Washington about now lobbying her little weight gain off getting the

Why so 'Honorable"?

Why so ‘Honorable”?

secret service she really wants. And doesn’t the secret service director look kind of close to Hillary Clinton?
My greatest hope beyond all my hopes is that we are still America when what’s his name finally gets hauled out of town or will it be sharia law and early morning Muslim Hymns — calling all of us from the West to prayer?

Oh darn it! Before I forget back to my hope beyond hopes. I believe that what’s his name will have a nice long life ahead of him because I would love to be around when he goes public and says, “Oh you all know about this rule of law breaking, my new income statement shows my net worth at $12.6 million dollars now and I’ve got almost two years to go…However you all deserve the truth, ‘yes’ I am not an American citizen, cheated like a kid at Harvard Law, and oh that Columbia University stretch lasted for as long as it took the power brokers to get me into Harvard.”

Please notice that I have added to my page count up top, about Obama’s visit to 60 Minutes. That’s it for now.


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What is real…and what is not..?

What is real…and what is not..?

barry and his bullshit factoryThis much we will quite openly and readily say that the goings on within our Nation’s leadership has gotten so bad that unfortunately we must call it real.*
Three issues we are bringing to the table for discussion (please don’t hesitate!) today. One, violence perpetrated on individuals by people who allege they are Muslims. Secondly, we have been sold a hill made of beans, or everything but the actual truth and this needs action right now. Thirdly, we are no different or better off than when Barack Obama took over the Presidency, than we are then or now. Three matters we would love your take on:

Issue One: Violence of all kinds is being perpetrated within schools by students, in schools by people other than students, at and on military bases from abortions to murder, to outsiders trying to get in and steal; however, it is within this portion that we also believe that our government deserves an indictment, a nation does not lose 12 thousand rockets/missiles in route to Syria without accountability or justice. And finally there is definitely a degree of terrorism that is occurring in America’s business interests right here on our own nation that by Presidential executive order gets labeled as “work place violence.”
Oddly enough what Timothy McVeigh did in Oklahoma City to the Federal Building there cannot possibly be recalled in history as “work place violence” inasmuch as McVeigh did not work there, period. However, a quick look to the other side of these matters is that Lt. Col. Hassan did work at Ft. Hood. Through his misguided beliefs in his religion, and his open discussions with Jihadists’ in Iraq and Yemen and who knows where the massacre at Ft. Hood is anything but excusable work place violence. We believe the same definitions could be used to describe the latest beheading in Oklahoma not as workplace violence by a self proclaimed Muslim.

Issue Two: Ironically I was reading a piece lately on the manner of perception. It did take this particular author quite a while to get to the point but the perception of a person’s behavior is based on reality or what they perceive as reality. No rubbish here folks. If perception by a human being defines a particular reality to them — then why the choice? What is real or what is perceived as real is the choice — however, in the study of cultures and communities there exists written laws as to determine what is real and/or perceived as real.
It is without bias or a “likeability factor” that this is where Barack Obama has serious delusional problems. If one were to take them any further we think it would be a matter of psychosomatic illness. It remains egregious that one man makes the decision on what manner of violence has taken place — when in reality we are at war and are fighting terror.

Issue Three: President Obama maintains that the Nation is now better off then when President George Bush,419105_10151238154313092_1906501386_n the younger was president. Why anyone would go to these lengths definitely has a problem with the truth. If when Obama became president and the unemployment rate was at 6.8 percent then that same rate one year later is 7.8 percent, then two years later the rate is hovering around 13.4 percent and finally six and one half years later the rate has retrenched to 6.8 percent — how could any person in their right mind allege that the employment rate is better?
*“The problem with the president, I think, on this issue, is you almost can’t believe anything coming out of his mouth going forward,” Charlie Gasparino said today on Fox News’ program “Outnumbered.”

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