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Obama Panders to Occupy Wall Street, Vilifies Top 1 Percent in Weekly Address!

Posted on Human Events-By Katie Pavlich, News Editor, Townhall-On October 30, 2011:

President Obama has been no stranger to the Occupy Wall Street crowd and in fact has gone out of his way to encourage the violent, vile, unsanitary, vitriolic and greedy movement. But, this week Obama took it to a whole new level, dedicating half of his weekly address to vilifying the “top 1 percent,” while claiming the middle class has been losing ground as “the rich become richer.” His message this week is purely “spread the wealth around.” Like I’ve said before, if Obama is going to continue to support the OWS crowd, he better be willing to accept the consequences of their actions too, which up to this point include rapeencouragement of cop killing and rioting.

Reality check #1 for Obama: The middle class has lost ground because of your failed economic policies, not because of the top 1 percent in America. In addition, the middle class will continue to lose ground as you stoke the flames of class warfare and threaten to raise taxes on the job creators who employ the middle class in this country. For all those millionaires you claim are willing to pay more to support your big government programs and worthless stimulus packages, they can send their money right on over into the black hole of Washington spending at

Reality check #2 for Obama: Your $447 billion “jobs” plan that we just “can’t wait” to pass, was rejected by both the Republican House and the Democrat Senate (twice).”


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I. Obama's Real Strategy!

Posted on American Thinker-By James V Capua-On April 28, 2011:

Watching the machinations of Barack Obama, it seems as though he is creating what the Marxists call “internal contradictions.”

Gas prices ready to breach the $5 mark, but a relentless Administration campaign against increased domestic energy production; midterm elections soundly rejecting the President and his party’s command and control initiatives, butvigorous efforts to extend them in contempt not only of electoral, but legislative and judicial checks; foreign and defense policies that have produced nothing beyond betrayal of our interests and few remaining friends, but an eager embrace of fringe notions of a utopian internationalist order and our place in that order: every day brings new movements in this symphony of  dissonance.

Unfortunately, we are not simply enjoying a clarifying dialectic; we are in the middle of a high stakes race.  The objective in this race is not a place; it is a date: Election Day, November 6, 2012.

As the contending parties converge on the objective, the Administration understands that the conventional electoral calculus seems irreversible—gas prices, inflation, unemployment, and geopolitical discomfiture will be joined in 2012 by the newfound fear of deficits and the national debt, and maybe even for the fate of constitutional government.  Their response to this looming threat of defeat is a version of the old Cold War communist strategy of “talk talk, fight fight.”

The talk element is employed to waste time, obscure tactical maneuvers, divert and divide the opposition, and sometimes even to draw fire onto decoy targets.  Behind the screen of the talk is the “fight” or action element of the strategy—executive, and to the extent still possible, fiscal measures calculated to bring the country by November 6, 2012 to a state in which an electoral majority, comprising both Obama partisans and opponents, is in such a high state of anxiety that they are unwilling to change presidents.

How does this work?  First, there is the talk element.  Obama and his people are drowning us in a talk tsunami.  I am convinced that much of it is, for them, meaningless, meant merely to overload our capacity for outrage and give their house media “issues,” ostensibly to debate each evening, but really for generating a constant supply of vehicles through which to diminish the opposition and generally desensitize the country to the enormity of what Obama is doing.  The outrage fatigue grows and conservatives scramble to confront the dizzying torrent of talk, talk, with a tone increasingly shrill and desperation—borne intramural wrangling.  The  release of the birth certificate, “Something special about the Resurrection,” and other peculiar Easter omissions and commissions, the rise and disappearance of the political “civility” issue, keeping alive for months the fantasy of New York City trials for 9/11 conspirators, the great Fatwa against down time naps for drowsy air traffic controllers, UN international legal rights for Mother Earth, endless reprises of canards about the evil effects of conservative talk radio, the Ground Zero Mosque contretemps, TSA groping policy, attacking Arizona’s immigration enforcement initiative, embracing Al Sharpton and giving the New Black Panthers a pass, Michelle’s “You don’t want fries with that!” campaign.

This is not to say some of these do not merit real concern, but Obama and his minions are merely playing with them; the best evidence for which is the airiness of their arguments and the insouciance with which they and their media mouthpieces flit from one to the next.  The key here for the opposition—forget about the talk.  It is just talk.  Republicans shouldn’t play the other guy’s game.  They have neither the language nor the style, as Speaker Boehner most recently demonstrated when he trod on the oil price banana peel; he should concentrate on the fight fight.

When national Republicans respond to Obama talk talk in their accustomed mush mouthed, tentative, and bloodless way, they generally turn off those they need the most to join them—including the libertarians and the generally politically inert 25-somethings, for whom irony and not outrage is the preferred tone.  But show you can fight, win, and deliver and they will give you a chance.  In the end, for all their eloquence, Lady Thatcher, John Paul II, and Ronald Reagan did not outtalk the Soviets; they showed they were prepared to outfight them, and that was enough.

As good as Obama is with talk talk, the fight fight component has thus far has been equally well-executed.  Again, fight fight for Obama consists of using his executive power and remaining fiscal armory to create and maintain an atmosphere of pervasive anxiety.  The calculation is that fear and anxiety will induce his remaining supporters to stick with him, and that enough of the forty-odd percent who claim to oppose him will pull the Democrat lever as well out of fear—fear of retribution and fear of losing what shreds they have left of their security as one from the gaggle of lame Republican contenders attempts to reverse the damage Obama has done.

The elderly are the most obvious target.  ObamaCare frightened them because of its potential negative impact on Medicare, and this presented a problem for the President.  So Obama moved recently to postpone one of the more onerous elements of his health reform until after the election.  With that flank secure he is free to focus the Medicare fears of the elderly on the Ryan budget blueprint.

On the union front, the Obama gang fostered maximum thuggery and rancor in Madison, as teachers became screaming harpies and schoolchildren pawns.  The line was clearly drawn—standing between fiscal prudence and public employee vested interests is Obama, so stick with him or else.  What about the business community?  Obama has assiduously used executive and regulatory power to show that crony capitalism works for his friends like GE, GM, and assorted connected green scam artists, but the retributive hand of his federal Myrmidons can be heavy indeed.  One frightened hedge fund magnate recently was reduced to whistling past the graveyard: “I am sure, if we are really nice and stay quiet, everything will be alright and the president will become more centrist and that all his tough talk is just words...I mean, he really loves us and when he beats us, he doesn’t mean it.”  (Notwithstanding, he has apparently begun contributing to Republicans.  Now that is hedging.)

Some elements of an ever more pervasive sense of fear and anxiety are more directly attributable to Obama policies than others.  Regardless, the parlous state of the nation overall, from what appears to be a fraying social fabric at fast food joints from coast to coast and soaring gold prices, to a feckless foreign policy allegedly necessitated by a reported presidential conviction “that the relative power of the U.S. is declining,” reinforces the more directly-attributable fear and anxiety effects of fight fight.  Some are scared to oppose, some are scared that with a change they will lose even more, some are scared that the price of saving the economy, our institutions, and restoring our international standing will be too high.

Right now the course of the campaign is being controlled by the Administration.  The first step in wresting the initiative is to recognize their strategy.”


II. Principles of Plenty!-Posted on Floyd Reports-By Guest Writer-On October 28, 2011:

III. Revealed for first time: Sordid origins of Obamacare legislation traced to Soros group, marketed by slew of radicals!-Posted on Klein Online-On October 27, 2011:

IV. Fannie Mae scandal is the most important political scandal since Watergate!-Posted on The New York Times-By DAVID BROOKS-On June 16, 2011:

V. Are President Obama and Progressive Democrats Deliberately Overloading The U.S. Financial System?-Posted on October 24, 2011:

VI. Obama: The Best Crony Capitalist Since Mussolini!-Posted on Rush Limbaugh-On October 21, 2011:

VII. George Soros Funds Occupy Wall Street!-Posted on Human Events-By Matthew Vadum-On October 21, 2011:

VIII. Why Aren’t “Occupy Wall Street” Protestors Targeting George Soros Instead of Wall Street?-Posted on Ann Coulter-On October 19, 2011:

IX. Proof! Wall Street protests no 'spontaneous uprising': ‘Major demonstration directed by leftist shadow organization!’-Posted on Aaron Klein-On October 16, 2011:

X. It's Another Soros Link to Occupy Wall Street!-Posted on Aaron Klein-On October 14, 2011:

XI. Soros fingerprints all over protests here, too: ‘Sordid ties of architect who specializes in crisis’!-Posted on Aaron Klein-On September 8, 2011:

XII. Marxist Revolution: How Organized Effort Guides World-Wide ‘Occupy’ Protests!-Posted on Conservative Byte-On October 15, 2011:

XIII. Union violence of little interest to media!-Posted on American Thinker-By K.E. Campbell-On September 9, 2011:

XIV. Video: “Marxism in America” by Lt. Gen. (Ret.) W.G. Boykin-Posted on YouTube-By vincentrand100-On October 24, 2010:

XV. Video: Communist Party U.S.A. in Solidarity with Occupy Chicago!-Posted on xdm45acp-On October 16, 2011:

XVI. Video: Breitbart Reveals Radial Activists Organizing Overthrow of U.S. Government Through Violence!

XVII. Video: Barbara from Harlem - Patriot Powderkeg!

XVIII. Video: Former KGB Official Explains Plan Unfolding in America Right Now!-Posted on Vision to Amreica-On October 17, 2011:

XIX. Dictatorship transformation almost complete!-Posted on The Roth Show-On May 26, 2011:

XX. Will Soros Get His Wish? ‘See The Destruction of Capitalism and A New World Order!’-Posted on America’s Survival-By Cliff Kincaid-On May 10, 2010:

NoteWhat follows is a “Soros Files” website that was recently launched by Cliff Kincaid, President of America’s Survival, Inc. as a means of shedding some light on the anti-American activities of the hedge fund billionaire:

Note:  The following article and/or blog post reveals how the Main Stream Media is assisting President Obama and his minions to bring down capitalist America, as the propaganda machine of the neo-fascist Left-You Decide:

The Judas Media-Posted on Floyd Reports-Guest Writer-On April 27, 2011:

Note:  My following blog posts contain numerous articles and/or blog posts and videos that relate to this disturbing issue-You Decide:

Is President Obama inciting riots across the US?

Progressive group maps out President Obama’s strategy for next 2 years!

The Wall Street Bailout Bill Threatens Our Bottom Line!

ACORN-The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA)-Automaker Labor Unions!

Was the Economic Crisis Manufactured?

Manipulation Behind Market Plunge!

Is George Soros deliberately handicapping American energy?

Who owns our supposedly fair and balanced airwaves and news outlets?

Is it important to understand the Marxist assault on the foundations of our system?

Note:  If you have a problem viewing any of the listed blog posts please copy web site and paste it on your browser. Be aware that some of the articles and/or blog posts or videos listed within the contents of the above blog post(s) may have been removed by this administration because they may have considered them to be too controversial.  Sure seems like any subject matter that may shed some negative light on this administration is being censored-What happened to free speech?-You Decide.

“Food For Thought”

God Bless the U.S.A.!

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Ten Commandments of Human Relations

The fundamental issue in human ethical behavior is summarized by Jesus in what we have come to call "The Golden Rule." Jesus put it this way:

So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets (Matthew 7:12 TNIV).

It asks us to test our treatment of others by putting ourselves in their place. Treat others the way you would want them to treat you in the same or similar circumstance.

Somebody took that principle and translated it into Ten Commandments of Human Relations. You may have seen this anonymous piece, for it circulates in a variety of settings. In case you have missed it, I am reproducing it here.

Speak to people. There is nothing as nice as a cheerful word of greeting.

Smile at people. It takes 72 muscles to frown, only 14 to smile.

Call people by name. It is music to anyone’s ears to hear the sound of his or her name.

Be friendly and helpful.

Be cordial. Speak and act as if everything you do is genuinely a pleasure. If it isn’t, learn to make it so.

Be genuinely interested in people. You can like almost anyone, if you try.

Be generous with praise, cautious with criticism.

Be considerate of the feelings of others. There are usually three sides to a controversy — yours, the other fellow’s, and the correct one.

Be alert to serve. What counts most in life is what you do for others.

Live with a good sense of humor, a generous dose of patience, and a dash of humility appropriate to being human.

Made in God’s image, all of us have something to be valued!

The great challenge in human experience is not work skills, but people skills. That is, research has shown that the majority of people who fail in their vocation do so because they cannot get along with people.

You might think through the meaning of these ten common-sense ideas for your own workplace and personal activity. But what about the larger setting for your daily life? These principles work everywhere you go, for they are about showing respect to the people you meet in all those places.

Made in God’s image, all of us have something to be valued, affirmed, and acknowledged by others. But let it begin with us to acknowledge it in them. As the cycle of giving and receiving enlarges, the human community comes alive.

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