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Obama says midcourse corrections to come at home

November 7th, 2010 . by TexasFred

Obama says midcourse corrections to come at home

NEW DELHI (AP) – Followed by the politics of home, President Barack Obama on Sunday acknowledged that he must make some “midcourse corrections” if he is to win over a frustrated electorate and work with resurgent Republicans.

On the second of the three days he is spending in India, Obama arrived in New Delhi on Sunday afternoon in the company of his wife, Michelle. Among his airport greeters were Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who apparently broke the normally rigid rules of protocol by making the trip to personally welcome Obama to the Indian capital.

Earlier in the day while in Mumbai, Obama appeared before college students eager to question him. He told one that the midterm elections back home reflected the “right, obligation and duty” of the voters to express their unhappiness with the state of U.S. affairs by voting out many incumbents, the majority of whom are Democrats like Obama.

The president himself wasn’t on the ballot last week, but his party took a beating. Republicans won control of the House, eroded the Democratic majority in the Senate, made huge gains at the state level and broadly changed the political landscape as Obama begins looking ahead to his own re-election campaign in 2012.

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These ‘mid-course changes’ that Obama is touting can only mean one thing, and it doesn’t mean he’s going to acquiesce to the Conservatives of America. Obama is now looking for new ways to shove his agenda down our throats and make us like it.

I have written about this on a number of occasions, I fear that Obama is going to attempt to take the USA even further into the abyss of Socialism. There is no money left to use to *bail out* any entity, no REAL money. I fear that the only thing these ‘mid-course changes’ are going to bring is a renewed effort to take America down and I believe Obama will attempt this through the use of his greatest, and most powerful tool: The Executive Order.

Watch this video and see if you agree with the speaker.

Lt Gen. (Ret) W.G. Boykin knows what he is talking about. He speaks the truth, and as a former Special Forces guy, he speaks with great authority. We have HELL on the horizon, Obama is now talking about *mid-course corrections*, the only thing Obama has left is Executive Orders, and I am afraid that we still have some in Law Enforcement and the Military that will follow that traitors orders.

I make NO secret of the fact that I suspect Barack Hussein Obama of being a Muslim sympathizer, if not, in fact a Muslim in good standing. I also don’t parse my words in regards to my feelings about Islam being the greatest threat to free people everywhere.

Hussein Obama disagrees.

Asked for his views on jihad, Obama described Islam as a religion of peace and understanding, yet one that terrorists have sought to distort. “I think all of us have to fundamentally reject the notion that violence is a way to mediate our differences,” he said.

No one can ever convince me that those aren’t the words of a Muslim, or a Muslim supporter. If Islam really is a ‘religion of peace and understanding, yet one that terrorists have sought to distort’, then I am forced to assume that Mohamed and those that wrote the Quran are indeed terrorists and that Islam was a terroristic endeavor from it’s inception.

From the Quran:

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Obama announces 15 recess appointments, scolds GOP

March 28th, 2010 . by TexasFred

Obama announces 15 recess appointments, scolds GOP

WASHINGTON (AP) – Fed up with waiting, President Barack Obama announced Saturday he would bypass a vacationing Senate and name 15 people to key administration jobs, wielding for the first time the blunt political tool known as the recess appointment.

The move immediately deepened the divide between the Democratic president and Republicans in the Senate following a long, bruising fight over health care. Obama revealed his decision by blistering Republicans, accusing them of holding up nominees for months solely to try to score a political advantage on him.

“I simply cannot allow partisan politics to stand in the way of the basic functioning of government,” Obama said in a statement.

The 15 appointees to boards and agencies include the contentious choice of union lawyer Craig Becker to the National Labor Relations Board. Republicans had blocked his nomination on grounds he would bring a radical pro-union agenda to the job, and they called on Obama not to appoint Becker over the recess.

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Do you know the difference between Adolph Hitler and Barack Hussein Obama?

So far, politically, not that much. There are also many similarities in the lives and backgrounds, their beliefs and dreams.

At the age of 35 Adolph Hitler would write a book called, “Mein Kampf� (translated as “My Struggle�). It would be an autobiography containing insights pertaining to his early years, political ideas, and thoughts on race.

At the age of 34 Barack Obama would write a book called, “Dreams of my Father�, also an autobiography highlighting his early years, political ideas, and thoughts on race.

Hitler’s “Zweites Buch� (translated as “Second Book�) contains a deeper understanding of his political ideas. The same can also be said about Obama’s second book, “The Audacity of Hope�.

Both Hitler and Obama used their books as a springboard to further their political careers. The title of Obama’s second book was based on a sermon of Reverend Wright and was the foundational basis of the speech he gave at the Democratic National Convention in 2004. It was that speech which caught the attention of the media and the public, both of whom propelled him to political stardom. He further expounded on those ideas to publish his second book in 2006, just before announcing his run for the Presidency. The book was on the New York Times best-seller list for 30 weeks.

Ok, so they have a similar childhood and they both wrote two books around similar themes. So what? Well, we suspected both might have had NPD too. Let’s talk a little more about NPD to see if there is really a connection to be concerned about here.
Criteria for narcissistic personality disorder to be diagnosed include9:

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