How do Barack Obama’s actions compare to his campaign rhetoric? Not so much, you say – you would be correct, and I do believe that stating we are on the road to fascism is not too over the top. Warrantless wiretapping, indefinite detention without miranda or charges, etc., sounds an awful lot like what we have seen in history. Can we start burning books yet?
I do believe that Bambi is talking about the upcoming treason trial in Harlem being presented by Pastor Manning. The trial starts this week on the 14th and continues through the 19th. Here is the link to the main information page for the treason trial.
H/T to The Betrayal for staying on top of this story.
ATLAHWorldwide — February 17, 2010 — Hon. James David Manning says Barack Hussein “The Long Legged Mack Daddy” Obama was a C.I.A operative who used Columbia University as a cover to go to Pakistan in 1981 when the CIA and the Mujahideen worked together against the Soviet Invasion. Obama supplied arms, logistics, and money using his Muslim background. Follow us on twitter. For more information. Distributed by Tubemogul.
When you see the video of Obama’s remarks this past weekend during a commencement ceremony about how technology is becoming a diversion instead of furthering democracy, make sure to stop by this post. I have the distinct impression that Barry was actually talking about Rev. Manning. Also Glenn covers more of Crime, Inc. with the MSM and their ‘social justice’ bedfellows.
(This one video is the entire program.)
WASHINGTON (AP) – Fannie Mae has again asked taxpayers for more money after reporting a first-quarter loss of more than $13 billion.
The mortgage finance company, which was rescued by the government in September 2008, said it needs an additional $8.4 billion from the government to help cover mounting losses.
Fannie Mae says it lost $13.1 billion, or $2.29 per share, in the January-March period. That takes into account $1.5 billion in dividends paid to the Treasury Department. It compares with a loss of $23.2 billion, or $4.09 a share, in the year-ago period.
The rescue of Fannie Mae and sister company Freddie Mac is turning out to be one of the most expensive aftereffects of the financial meltdown. The new request for aid will bring Fannie Mae’s total to $83.6 billion. The total bill for the duo will now be nearly $145 billion.
Late last year, the Obama administration pledged to cover unlimited losses through 2012 for Freddie and Fannie, lifting an earlier cap of $400 billion.
Fannie and Freddie play a vital role in the mortgage market by purchasing mortgages from lenders and selling them to investors. Together the pair own or guarantee almost 31 million home loans worth about $5.5 trillion. That’s about half of all mortgages. (emphasis mine)
“The federal debt stands at $8 trillion. But the Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Federal Home Loan Bank debt stands at $8 trillion as well,” Anthony Sanders, a real estate expert from George Mason University, told the recent House hearing. Together, those debts are greater than a year’s gross domestic product, which he called a “Grecian Formula” of debt issuance to fund housing goals.
A solution to the thorny problem of housing-market finance is notably absent from the financial reform bill now working its way through Congress.
SHE HAS NO JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE.
That is the beginning and the end of the conversation.
AYFKM? Given this rational, I should be a shoe-in for the chairmanship of the Joint Chiefs because I have worked for former military, or maybe the President and Leader of the Free World because I have been following politics for decades and have actually read the Constitution.
I’m not saying this lawyer isn’t talented, but she absolutely does not have the PROPER credentials to be appointed to the highest COURT in the land as a JUSTICE for the rest of her life. AYFKM? (On a completely related note, you might want to check out Snark’s best today; Mullah Omar Captured, Named to Supreme Court)
President Barack Obama’s nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court gives Republicans little ammunition in an election year.
While providing a tempting opportunity to rally conservative voters and raise money ahead of the midterm elections, seven Republicans, including Senate GOP Whip Jon Kyl (Ariz.), voted to confirm Kagan as solicitor general just last year.
Many Republicans also are philosophically opposed to filibustering judicial nominees.