Sunday, July 6, 2014

Useful Idiots Hold Their Ground at a Strength of Eight Percent

There are still 8% of voting Americans who believe that Barack H. Obama is the greatest president since FDR, and that percentage also ignores facts about how FDR ignored the plight of Jews in Europe despite hard evidence of what the Nazi were doing, allied the US with a communist leader who signed a pact with Nazi, and how he waived the rights of Americans of Japanese descent and former Japanese citizens by putting them in camps without charges or trials; how his New Deal was a bad deal - a step to socialize American politics. This means that at least 18% of the American public refuse to believe they were duped in 2008 and 2012.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Voting Poll Investigation: Madison Project in Mississippi Needs Volunteers!

The Madison Project in Mississippi needs your help.
On July 6th 30 counties need to be reviewed because it is believed that 4,900 illegal votes were counted at polls. It takes volunteers that can be trained and certified to review the poll books.
If you live in Mississippi and would like to help please contact:
Only certified volunteers will be allowed to inspect the poll books and the certificates will only be issued to volunteers who participate in the training conference call.
Volunteers must be a resident of the state of Mississippi and provide their names, cell phone numbers and confirm their ability to work all day Monday and Tuesday.
Please help in this effort to combat voting fraud.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

The 238th Anniversary of the United States: Is It Still Recognizable As A Constitutional Republic?

Tomorrow we celebrate our nation's 238th anniversary of our independence. But are we truly “independent”? Since the takeover of the healthcare industry by the federal government via the “Affordable” Healthcare Act, the federal government has put another element of a free society in the strive to oversee every aspect of private life from cradle to grave.
Daniel Horowitz wrote a compelling article for Madison Project that asks: Are We Strangers in Our Own Land?