After almost a decade of being force-fed these two globalist puppets’ attempt to collapse America’s spirit along with her economy, while nudging forcing her citizens to become serfs of the technocratic global elites, it is with such great pleasure I write the following words.
American patriots won’t have to look at them, hear their voices, OR ENDURE his administration’s treasonous machinations on a daily basis anymore.
Are they actually going away? Nope.not.a.chance….unless, of course, there is a golf course to play or an Italian villa to saunter thru…(one can always hope that goofy and the moose just disappear, but that might be way too much to ask for after the size of the bullet humanity just dodged with the defeat of the Clinton Crime Family and their masters).
So in keeping with the rising Liberty Movement across this precious blue marble, the fact that the American public will no longer be footing million dollar vacations for the Obamas, and the added bonus of not looking at Mooshell’s disproportionate frame; I present ELO’s ‘All Over The World’.
EVERYBODY DANCE!!…for tomorrow we continue deprogramming the rest of America and the world! Humanity is all the same on the inside.
…and of course, my previous header from years ago…
Chris Dodd being interviewed on CNBC about his retirement, the financial crisis, and healthcare. Do not believe this guy when he says that healthcare is hanging by a thread, and then wonder about his judgement when it comes to the final quote.
Health care reform is “hanging on by a thread,” and one or two votes could determine the outcome of the heavily-debated bill, Democratic Sen. Chris Dodd told CNBC Monday.
“Everyone feels, I guess, to some degree who have been for this, that they would have liked something different, and that’s not uncommon when you’re considering an issue of this magnitude,” Dodd said.
AYFKM? How can this guy keep the two ideas of Ben Bernanke being nominated, and banks’ compensation being kept private at the same time?
Dodd also said he thinks it would be a “travesty” not to confirm Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s nomination, and that in the absence of taxpayer money, the government should have no say in banks’ compensation practices.
Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) plans to announce Wednesday that he will retire from the Senate at the end of the year, capping a 30-year career where he rose to be one of the most influential members and held some of the most powerful positions in the upper chamber, several Democratic sources told POLITICO Tuesday night.
Dodd’s decision to forgo a bid for a sixth term paves the way for a more popular Democrat to run, most likely the state’s Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, who has his eye on a Senate seat. And that is good news for Democrats who were hit with the stunning announcement Tuesday that Sen. Byron Dorgan would not run for reelection in North Dakota, likely giving the GOP an advantage for his seat.