Help defeat Obama – share this video

Transparent or secretive? Truth-teller or liar? Strategic or stupid? Honest or dishonest? Good for America, or disastrous?

Judge for yourself as President Barack Hussein Obama, his minions, and members of the media present, defend or explain Obama’s ideas, policies, and actions:

Words do matter, indeed.

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7 thoughts on “Help defeat Obama – share this video

  1. Excellent! Congrats on an awesome job of putting this video together. Please consider putting up a separate page with this video (I’m NOT suggesting you replace this one) — but WITH a headline that says simply, “Transparent or secretive? Truth-teller or liar?” There are fence-sitters and Obama-leaners who will NOT watch something that looks like it might be a bunch of clips selected with only a bias, as the current headline might be interpreted as introducing. If you would do that, I will gladly embed a bold-faced link to it in my email-ready page at http://FreedomKeys.com/obamacare.htm
    Thanks,
    Grandy

  2. Can whoever made this video please start working in Romney’s campaign office. This is the most concise and precise representation of this man’s manipulative speak and double talk I’ve ever seen.

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  4. Could Obama use NDAA To Arrest Militias?

    Could Obama use NDAA To Arrest Militias on the Premise members are Militants and Belligerents that pose a threat to National Security?

    Recently the Obama administration stated to Federal Judge Katherine Forest that under (NDAA) The National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 the President had authorization to lock up belligerents indefinitely. That they (were justified) to lock belligerents up indefinitely—because cases involving belligerents directly-aligned with militants against the good of America—warrants such punishment.) Pres. Obama could use NDAA provisions to order U.S. Military Forces to round up without evidence, millions of Americans including militias by alleging they are belligerents or a threat to National Security. Many observers believe Obama intends to extend NDAA to imprison U.S. Citizens in Indefinite Detention not involved with or associated with enemy forces.

    Hitler included similar provisions in his fascist (Discriminatory Decrees signed February 28, 1933). Almost immediately after the German Parliament passed Hitler’s laws, the Reich Government ordered the arrest of German Citizens and confiscated their guns without probable cause or evidence; delegated powers to German Police and other authorities to arrest anyone Nazi authorities claimed attempted or incited public unrest: arrested among others were outspoken Germans, writers, journalists, peaceful protestors and artists. After World War II the East German Secret Police (Stasi) used the threat of Indefinite Detention to forcibly recruit thousands of informants.

    The U.S. 2012 NDAA legislation Obama signed 12-31-11 is similar to Hitler’s 1933 fascist laws the SS and Gestapo used to target persons in Germany for arrest, imprisonment and execution without probable cause; and confiscate millions of dollars of property. Hitler used his laws to suspend Parliament and the Supreme Court insuring his laws could not be rescinded.

    During the Obama Administration’s recent request for a (stay) to stop U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest blocking enforcement of vague NDAA provisions, the Obama Administration—never clarified what constitutes a (belligerent); or militant; or what belligerent activities (directly aligned with a militant) to order a belligerent’s arrest or indefinite detention; or what is against the good of America. Under vague provisions of NDAA, the President could accuse anyone of being (directly aligned with militants by way of any political or other association; activity, statement, writing or communication with an individual or group government deemed (militant) to arrest and indefinitely detain Americans. Writers, journalists, Americans that disagree with or question U.S. Government or its allies—may under NDAA be subject to arrest and indefinite detention.

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