Re: [US-Patriots] But, He's Our Liar

From: william
Sent on: Sunday, September 8, 2013 7:06 PM


Let us not forget that Obama is the President of the UNITED STATES CORPORATION of 50 States, not of America the sovereign country his acts, duties and decisions have never been for American Citizens sake or best intrests, only whats best for the Corporation The UNITED STATES is not a country anymore, it is a CORPORATION and he is only doing what is best for business, not for Citizens.
For instance every business has a board of members such as, president, vice president, treasurer and so on, thats all he is, is the president of the corporate business called The UNITED STATES
the CORPORATION not the country. And we the people the Citizens are the CORPORATE SLAVES, please feel free to do your research, look up The Act of 1871 and you shall find some answers there, but there is a great deal more to be uncovered. We have been decieved since birth something that we (the people) cannot control until now. P.s. if you ask me, the real President is Joe Biden, he's making the decisions and Obama is just acting them out.    Please comment! 
On Sun, Sep 8,[masked]:46 PM PDT Ronald Solomon wrote:

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>After four and a half years of lying to the American people, the world finally received a full dose of Barack Obama during last week's G20 Summit trip.
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>On his stop in Stockholm, while standing next to Swedish Prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, Obama told the world concerning Syria: "First of all, I didn’t set a red line."
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>Obama went on to say: "The world set a red line. The 
>world set a red line when governments representing 98 percent of the 
>world’s population said the use of chemical weapons are abhorrent and 
>passed a treaty forbidding their use even when countries are engaged in 
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>Congress set a red line when it ratified that treaty. Congress set a 
>red line when it indicated that — in a piece of legislation titled the 
>Syria Accountability Act that some of the horrendous things that are 
>happening on the ground there need to be answered for… my credibility’s not on the line. The international community’s 
>credibility is on the line, and America and Congress’ credibility is on 
>the line because we give lip service to the notion that these 
>international norms are important."
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>Then at a press conference, on the final day of the G20 Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia, Obama told the world: "I did not put this before Congress just as a political ploy or as 
>symbolism.  I put it before Congress because I could not honestly claim 
>that the threat posed by Assad’s use of chemical weapons on innocent 
>civilians and women and children posed a imminent, direct threat to the 
>United States."
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>So, after talking about his red line for over a year, he tells the world that it's not his red line, that it's the world's red line or congress' red line. 
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>As far as the world and congress is concerned the 1993 Chemical Weapons Treaty that 98% of the world signed and congress ratified, the enforcement provision of the treaty lies with the United Nations and Syria is not a signatory to the treaty.
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>After Obama talked for weeks that Syria posed a threat to the United States, now Syria doesn't pose a threat. Even more incredible, Obama contradicted himself later in the same press conference when he said that Syria’s use of chemical weapons “isn’t just a Syrian tragedy. It’s a threat to global peace and security."
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>It looks like the world is finally seeing Obama for exactly what he is.
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>We Should Be Upset That The World Gets To Share Our Liar
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>The world has finally received a full dose of the Barack Obama of what we have been subjected to for over four years.
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>Remember when Obama told us that if the $835 billion stimulus bill was passed unemployment would drop to 5.6% by July 2012? 
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>Well, unemployment is now at 7.3% while the labor participation rate is back to the dismal numbers under President Carter. 
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>Remember when Obama made this guarantee: "Here is a guarantee that I've made. If you have
> insurance that you like, then you will be able to keep that insurance. 
>If you've got a doctor that you like, you will be able to keep your 
>doctor"?
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>Over 7 million people will lose their health plans. Friday, IBM announced that they are dropping 110,000 retirees from the company's health plan.
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>Remember when Obama told us that the individual mandate wasn't a tax and that "if you make under $250,000 a year you will not see you taxes increase one single dime"?
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>Well, the Supreme Court declared the mandate a tax that millions of Americans who make under $250,000 are now subject to.
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>Remember when Obama said in his September 9, 2009 Afforable Health Care Address: "Now, add it all up, and the plan I'm proposing will cost
>around $900 billion over 10 years"?
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>Well,  recently the Congressional Budget Office announced that ObamaCare will cost over $1.8 trillion, other estimates put the cost at $3 trillion.
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>Remember when Obama in the same address said we must pass health care reform "if we want to grow the economy, create jobs and compete in the world economy"?
>Grow the economy? Since ObamaCare was passed the economy has stagnated.
>Create jobs? The President of the Teamsters Union stated: "The Affordable Care Act will shatter not only our hard-earned health benefits, but destroy the foundation of the 40 hour work week that is the backbone of the American middle class."
>Compete in the world economy? Companies all across America have been saddled with huge costs because of the Affordable Care Act: AT&T $1 billion; Verizon $970 million; Deere & Co, $150 million; Boeing $150 million; Caterpillar $100 million; Lockheed Martin $96 million; 3M $90 million, Excellon Corp. $65 million; Ingersoll Rand $41 million; AK Steel $31 million and the list goes on and on, destroying their ability to compete with foreign companies.
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>Remember when Obama Obama told American families: "I will sign a universal health care bill into law by the end of my first term as president that will cover every American and cut the cost of a typical family's premium by up to $2,500 a year"? 
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>First, over 30 million Americans will remain uninsured under ObamaCare.
>Second, families premiums have increased by over $2,500 since Obama signed the law.
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>Remember when Obama said: "We'll invest $15 billion a year over the next decade in renewable energy, creating five million new green jobs"?
>Well, with billions of taxpayers' dollars going into green compnies like Solyndra, A123 Systems, Abound Solar and Fiskar Motors, which along with 30 other green company investments which have filed for bankruptcy, The Institute of Energy Research Report on the Department Of Energy's loan guarantee program shows that after four years of Obama's green energy investments only 2,298 jobs have been created at an astronomical cost of $11.3 million dollars per job. An this does not include the over $100 million spent on green jobs training programs.
>Remember when Obama said: "I will have the most transparent administration in history"?
>Well, if Obama left out the closed door meetings on legislation, signing unread legislation, the Fast and Furious scandal, Benghazi, the IRS Scandal, the NRA Scandal, the GSA scandal, Attorney General Holder misleading congress on press wire taps and subpoenas, IRS and GSA heads taking the fifth before congress, administration officials lying before congress and administration officials lying to the America people, his administration still wouldn't be close to being the most transparent in history.  
>Remember when Obama said: "Today I am pledging to cut the deficit we inherited in half by the end of my first term of office"?
>Well, in 2008 deficit was $454 billion, the 2012 budget deficit was $1.1 trillion.
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>Remember when Obama told us over and over again during his reelection campaign: "Al Qaeda's been decimated"?
>Well, Obama closed down 22 embassies and consulates all across the world last month because of an al Qaeda threat.
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>Remember Obama's warnings  about the effects of the sequester: "Removing $85 billion over the next seven months means making choices 
>that aren’t acceptable. You don’t want to have to choose 
>between, ‘Let’s see, do I close funding for the disabled kid, or the 
>poor kid? Do I close this Navy shipyard or some other one?’ ”?
>Well, where are all the starving and depraved disabled and poor children, and where are all the closed shipyards?
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>Remember when Obama and his whole administration told the families of the Benghazi victims and all of America that the attack on the consulate in Benghazi was caused by a video?  
>What can I say about this whopper?
>We have to take a stand!
>We all have heard the president tell us that we have to give our "fair share." But, now we the people have to draw our "red line." 
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>We should all be very upset that we are now having to share our national treasure, Barack Obama, with the rest of the world, and say enough is enough, we won't share our liar Barack with anyone.
>On a more serious note, do we really trust this man to take us into another war?
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