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    The LA Times Message is False. President Obama Serves Illegals, Anchor Babies, Welfare recipients, Treasonous Blacks, Al Qaeda, Foreign Terrorists, and Anything Else but Law Abiding U.S. citizens and Legal Immigrants, and Definitely Not US Born Blacks!

     

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-border-boy-20121021,0,4751820.story

    "Obama for president, The nation has been well served by President Obama's steady leadership. And Mitt Romney has demonstrated clearly that he's the wrong choice." Opinion Section, LA Times, October, 21, 2012

    "The nation has been well served by President Obama's steady leadership. He deserves a second term." excerpt from the LA Times

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-769637

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-858150

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JC3glyPv-XM

    A conversation between President Obama and the black community” Published on Jun 7, 2012 by drboycewatkins

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kklWr1CnAXs

    YouTube: "LIBYA TIMELINE SHOWING LIE AFTER LIE BY OBAMA ADMINISTRATION - LYBYAGATE COVERUP" Published on Oct 17, 2012 by impeachobamanow2010

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TswMeHnh2cA&feature=relmfu

    YouTube: "Black Woman Doesn't like Obama No-more Oprah and Obama! I Oh No..." Uploaded by glozell1 on Nov 19, 2008

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-Zv8pOxASs

    YouTube: “Stupid Blacks Who Still Support Obama”Published on Apr 26, 2012 by Whateverhappentocomm.

    http://www.ceyseau.net/JohnThompson.html

    http://ceyseau.net/files/The_Real_Uncle_Tom_s_.pdf

    Clarence Thomas Like Treasonous Blacks

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk4HSDXzlzE

    YouTube: "New Video Shows Obama-Backed Syrian Rebels Burning U.S. Flag" Published on Sep 19, 2012 by ntyranny1

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-788103

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-838475

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-814262

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-854389

    http://www.techyville.com/2012/10/news/2-million-dollar-verdict-cop-says-he-was-passed-up-for-promotions-because-he-is-white/#

    "$2 Million Dollar Verdict: Cop Says He Was Passed Up for Promotions Because He Is White" by bowatkin

    Comments:

    "The legal system is really racist. It practically never happened that Blacks could get $ 2 million and not even $1 million for being harassed psychologically and/or for discrimination on the job market. Fuck them!" by Patsy/

    Blacks shouldn't be upset with a "Caucasian" police officer, or anyone else who files a claim for redress for wrongdoing, illegal acts, tort violations, etc., because this is the American way of making the system, the courts work for the citizen, and holding the perpetrators accountable for violation of law.

    More so than the courts or legal system being racist, more must be done by our own elected black leaders, lawyers, judges, etc., etc., to competently serve U.S. born black men and women whose Constitutional rights, property rights, etc., etc., have been violated by government, private industry, etc., etc., so that U.S. born blacks can win mega-buck claims too.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-854389

    Unfortunately our own elected black leaders (Barack Obama, the Congressional Black Clueless....AKA....the Congressional Black Caucus, Clarence Thomas, etc., etc.) typically black lawyers, etc., etc., shun or trash Constitutional protections, betray U.S. born black men and women, step up to the plate to serve illegal aliens, place his or her fate in the hands of a no good Reverend Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton, serve Caucasian trailer trash in a "Lindsay Lohan" before competently representing law abiding black men and women who have been egregiously violated government, private industry, etc., etc......

    .....all of which make it highly unlikely that U.S. born blacks receive redress for the atrocities of government, etc., etc., which has more to do with a dysfunctional black community than any racism on the part of Caucasians, Hispanics, Koreans, Jews, etc., etc.

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    http://www.blackbluedog.com/2012/10/news/all-pro-dad-tony-dungy-says-presidential-candidates-should-adress-fatherhood/

    "All-Pro Dad Tony Dungy Says Presidential Candidates Should Address Fatherhood"

    "OBAMA IS THE ONE WHO BLAMED SINGLE BLACK PARENTS FOR EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN. YOU NEED TO STOP THAT d**n ROMNEY LIE. ALL ROMNEY SAID IS THAT A 2 PARENT FAMILY IS THE BEST WAY TO RAISE CHILDREN, AND EVERY DECENT PERSON ON THE PLANET KNOWS THAT. NO MAN WHO IS JOBLESS IS GOING TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT OR BE A GOOD FATHER. THAT IS THE BOTTOM LINE.

    THE MAN WHO CAN CREATE JOBS, AND INCREASE GOOD PARENTING IS ROMNEY.........

    ….A FATHER WITHOUT A JOB, IS LIKE A MAN WITHOUT HIS HANDS. YOU CANT CRIPPLE A MAN AND TELL HIM HE IS EQUAL TO THE NEXT GUY. VOTE FOR THE MAN WHO HAS PROVED HE CAN AND WILL CREATE JOBS. a man without a job can' t pay child support. I can't believe I have to keep saying this to people who are obviously intelligent enough to operate a computer LOL" by Carol

    Well said Carol……

    …..and to augment your statement…..

    http://ceyseau.net/files/Property_in_One_s_Labor_by_Adam_Smith_for_posting_3-2-2011.pdf

    …..The opportunity to be gainfully is so fundamental that all other rights are meaningless or will be lost without this fundamental right to make an honest and lawful living.

    …..President Barack Obama and other misfits who refuse to uphold the Constitution his or her oath of office to competently serve blacks wrongfully violated by government…the resulting redress being a path to much needed economic base in the black community. Since these pseudo leaders ignore or trash petitions for redress, these individuals, including no good Barack Obama……

    ……must be removed from political office and public service, by any means necessary.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-278743

    ..........…and no good talking down to U.S. born black men on Father’s Day in 2008, while doing nothing to use his influence to competently serve law abiding black men and women wrongfully violated by the atrocities of government, Barack “the Magic Negro” Obama is unfit to give such direction on how best to be a responsible Father or parent.

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    http://www.blackbluedog.com/2012/10/news/illinois-governor-says-jesse-jackson-jr-doesnt-have-to-resign/

    "Illinois Governor Says Jesse Jackson Jr. Doesn’t Have to Resign" Posted by: Staff of Black Blue Dog

    “Yea without sin cast the first stone” Too many Christians forget that pasage. The work Christ did in Paul’s life tells us that anyone can be forgiven. As a Christian our responsibility is to pray for those who repent, forgive them and move on.

    Nothing is too hard for God. If you were disabled would you want your Boss to fire you? I think not......Jesse deserves to be on the ballot and it’s up to his constitutients. Period. God Bless you Congressman Jackson and your whole family” by Dean

    ….Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr., can be forgiven, but the act of being forgiven for violation of Campaign Contribution Finance Law does not mean that Jesse Jackson, Jr. will remain in Congress to have his salary as Congressman paid for by taxpayers.

    Finally, Christian Doctrine, the “Bible” has no bearing on the decision of whether Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. will be impeached or remain in office.

    The determination and findings of the Congressional Campaign Finance law and the penalty for being in violation of Federal Law by a Congressional Ethics Committee, and the will of the voters in Congressman Jesse Jackson’s Congressional District will determine the fate of Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr.’s public service career.

    http://www.fec.gov/pdf/candgui.pdf

    Federal Election Commission Campaign Guide, Congressional Candidates and Committees August 2011

    Federal Law:

    The candidate cannot use campaign funds to pay for food purchased for daily consumption inside the home or supplies needed to maintain the household. The campaign may, however, pay for food and supplies for fundraising activities and campaign meetings (even when they take place in the candidate’s home). 113.1(g)(1)(i)(A). (Page 54)

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    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-855386

    Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. like other no good black elected officials should or must be removed from political office and public service.

    ….here on the West Coast, a dysfunctional black community honored no good “native of Trinidad” former Congressman Mervyn “illegal immigrant” Dymally.

    Fault a dysfunctional black electorate using the voting process as a popularity contest as opposed to voting for an elected official who respects the oath of office, our Constitution, and the rule of law.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-858150

    For too long, in the black community, misfits unworthy of praise are promoted and respected as being heroes, a street or park can be named in his or her disgraceful honor…..

    ……while individuals in the black community truly deserving of praise for being competent and honorable are typically “kicked to the curb” and beyond by an unintelligent black community.

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    http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/editorials/la-ed-end-president-20121021,0,3229774.story

    "Obama for president, The nation has been well served by President Obama's steady leadership. And Mitt Romney has demonstrated clearly that he's the wrong choice." Opinion Section, LA Times, October, 21, 2012

    October 21, 2012

    When he was elected president in 2008, Barack Obama was untried and untested. Just four years out of the Illinois state Senate, he had not yet proved himself as either a manager or a leader. He had emerged from relative obscurity as the result of a single convention speech and was voted into office only a few years later on a tidal wave of hope, breezing past several opponents with far more experience and far clearer claims on the job.

    Today, Obama is a very different candidate. He has confronted two inherited wars and the deepest recession since the Great Depression. He brought America's misguided adventure in Iraq to an end and arrested the economic downturn (though he did not fully reverse it) with the 2009 fiscal stimulus and a high-risk strategy to save the U.S. automobile industry. He secured passage of a historic healthcare reform law — the most important social legislation since Medicare.

    Just as important, Obama brought a certain levelheadedness to the White House that had been in short supply during the previous eight years. While his opponents assailed him as a socialist and a Muslim and repeatedly challenged the location of his birthplace in an effort to call into question his legitimacy as president, he showed himself to be an adult, less an ideologue than a pragmatist, more cautious than cocky. Despite Republicans' persistent obstructionism, he pushed for — and enacted — stronger safeguards against another Wall Street meltdown and abusive financial industry practices. He cut the cost of student loans, persuaded auto manufacturers to take an almost unimaginable leap in fuel efficiency by 2025 and offered a temporary reprieve from deportation to young immigrants brought into the country illegally by their parents. He ended the morally bankrupt "don't ask, don't tell" policy that had institutionalized discrimination against gays in the military.

    ENDORSEMENTS: The Times' recommendations for Nov. 6

    The nation has been well served by President Obama's steady leadership. He deserves a second term.

    His record is by no means perfect. His expansive use of executive power is troubling, as is his continuation of some of the indefensible national security policies of the George W. Bush administration. This page has faulted him for not pushing harder for a comprehensive overhaul of immigration laws. Obama swept into office as a transformative figure, but the expectations built up by the long campaign thudded back to earth amid an unexpectedly steep recession and hyperbolic opposition from the right. That the GOP has sought to block his agenda wherever possible is undeniable, but truly great leaders find ways to bring opposing factions together when the times demand it; Obama has not yet been able to do so.

    Republicans have sought to make the presidential election an up-or-down vote on Obama, hoping that voters will hold him accountable for the country's stubbornly high unemployment and sluggish economy. But this election isn't a referendum on one candidate, it's a choice between two. And unfortunately for the GOP, its candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, has demonstrated clearly that he's the wrong choice. He's wrong on the issues, from immigration to tax policy to the use of American power to gay rights and beyond. And his shifting positions and willingness to pander have raised questions about who he is and what he stands for.

    On economic issues, the race between Obama and Romney presents a stark choice. Romney wants to cut taxes, spending and regulations in the hope that the mix of stimulus and austerity will spark growth and reduce the federal deficit. Obama wants to trim spending but raise taxes on high-income Americans, shrinking the deficit without sacrificing investments in the country's productive capacity or curtailing Washington's role in protecting the vulnerable.

    The centerpiece of Romney's campaign is his plan to cut tax rates 20% below the Bush-era cuts while eliminating enough tax breaks to make up for the loss in revenue, after factoring in economic growth. But the plan lacks credibility, in no small part because Romney has declined to specify how he'd make the numbers work. The risk is that his tax reform will drive up costs for the very middle-income Americans he says he wants to protect, who are the biggest beneficiaries of those tax breaks.

    In fact, it's irresponsible to seek a deep, permanent tax cut when the government is deeply in the red. And Romney would exacerbate the situation by spending extravagantly on defense even as the last of the Bush-era wars ends. His main proposal for reducing the deficit is to cap federal spending at 20% of the economy. With Social Security and Medicare commitments growing in tandem with the rising population of retirees, however, such a cap would inevitably force draconian cuts in federal programs that are vital to productivity, such as higher education, transportation and research.

    It's hard to analyze the effect of Romney's plans because he's left so many blanks to be filled in after the election. For example, he wants to replace the healthcare and financial regulatory reforms enacted in 2010, but he won't say with what exactly. He's also advocated rolling back the clock on clean energy, overturning Roe v. Wade and leaving women's reproductive rights at the mercy of state legislators and abandoning efforts to help distressed borrowers keep their homes. And he has sounded bellicose on foreign policy, particularly in regard to the complex challenges posed by Iran, Russia and China, with which he appears determined to start a trade war.

    The most troubling aspect of Romney's candidacy is that we still don't know what his principles are. Is he the relatively moderate Republican who was governor of Massachusetts, the "severely conservative" one on display in the GOP primaries or the more reasonable-sounding fellow who reappeared at the presidential debates? His modulating positions on his own tax plan, healthcare reform, financial regulation, Medicare, immigration and the national safety net add to the impression that the only thing he really stands for is his own election.

    Voters face a momentous choice in November between two candidates offering sharply different prescriptions for what ails the country. Obama's recalls the successful formula of the 1990s, when the government raised taxes and slowed spending to close the deficit. The alternative offered by Romney would neglect the country's infrastructure and human resources for the sake of yet another tax cut and a larger defense budget than even the Pentagon is seeking. The Times urges voters to reelect Obama.

    Copyright © 2012, Los Angeles Times

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    http://www.blackbluedog.com/2012/11/uncategorized/dr-boyce-jesse-jackson-al-sharpton-and-the-black-agenda-its-time-for-a-unified-front/

    "Dr. Boyce: Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and the Black Agenda – It’s Time for a Unified Front" bowatkin.

    One particular comment:

    "I have to agree with you here. You have not mentioned what Obama has done for the black community- which is considerable. I am sure that you speak for us as well, but please acknowledge some of the good things that Obama and any other candidate has done for AA’s, too." by Deborah.

    "You have not mentioned what Obama has done for the black community- which is considerable".

    And flocks of birds fly backwards against a strong tail wind too!

    http://www.blackbluedog.com/2012/11/news/black-americans-celebrate-big-obama-victory-what-does-it-mean-for-us/

    "Some of you blacks are straight idiots. You vote for a man, don’t state your demands but expect change! Numbers don’t lie, 1 in 4 black babies are aborted=genocide, 46% of black folk drop out of high school, the unemployment rate is 14% for blacks vs 7% for whites and blacks males make up 35% of the prison population. Keep in mind we’re only 13% of the U.S population. You d**n right I expect Obama to address those issues, especially being a black male. Black folk need to hold this negro feet to fire and demand change by any means necessary!" by Enlightened Blackman.

    Indeed, Enlightened Blackman.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-871749

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-877741

    U.S. born blacks must have more than a few screws loose in the "old noggin" for voting for Barack Obama and continuously aligning with the Democratic Party, when both Barack Obama, the Obama Administration, and the Democratic Party have contempt for U.S. born blacks.

    http://www.vdare.com/articles/why-the-black-caucus-looks-the-other-way-on-immigration

    Why The Black Caucus Looks The Other Way On Immigration-By Joe Guzzardi on May 9, 2003.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-852944

    Illegal Aliens, Homosexuals, and misfits have "Buck Dancing Al Green Singing Talking Down to U.S. born black men" Barack “the Magic Negro” Obama, the Obama Administration, and the Democratic party serving them.....while U.S. born blacks receive nothing but empty promises and further oppression.

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    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-806435

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-852944

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-841153

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-182700

    The LA Times Message is False, Because President Obama Serves Illegal aliens, anchor babies, welfare recipients, Clarence Thomas like sellout blacks, Al Qaeda, foreign terrorists, and anything else but law abiding U.S. citizens and legal Immigrants, but definitely not U.S. born blacks!

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    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-839035

    Oath of Office,: "I, (President, Supreme Court Justice, Congressperson, Assemblyman, Mayor, City Councilperson, Judge, ), during such times as I hold the office, I, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States (the Constitution of the State of California, Maryland, Illinois, etc., etc.), against all enemies foreign (terrorist enemies of the U.S., illegal immigrants, un-American or un-Constitutional anything and everything, etc.) and domestic (treasonous individuals or organizations, any Police Chief who condones this and the Police Chief's rogue police officers, unethical or criminal elected officials or public servants, illegal aliens or his or her advocates, un-American anything and everything), and that I will bear true faith and allegiance, to the Constitution of the United States , (State Constitution), and that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties upon which I am about to enter."

    http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/common/briefing/Oath_Office.htm

    U.S. Senate and Congressional Oath of Office: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God."

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    Lies Don't Keep Us Safe. Keeping Us Safe Requires Respect for the Rule of Law and the Constitution. The government's argument is untenable. “The government cannot, under any circumstance, affirmatively mislead the court” by U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney

    "Insisting on honesty as the only policy, the supreme ruled Wednesday that public employees can be punished for lying, even when they merely deny an accusation that later turns out to be true”.

    “ …….Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist. 'An employee who is asked about possible wrongdoing has only two legal choices: Tell the truth or say nothing”. (LA Times, January 22, 1998.)

    ........"Tell the Truth or Say Nothing" also applies to any U.S. President, Congressional office holder, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, U.S. Attorney General, court official, court clerk, Deputy City Attorney, Judge, elected official, lawyer, journalist, etc.

    Note: All hypertext are a link to actual court documents, signed affidavits, official correspondence, and other reputable sources.

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