Saturday, 10 September 2016

Going Whose Way

from’Video: Obama Trashes America 18 Times On Apology Tour’ - Andrew West - September 10
(One of the posters in the Comments thread got it right, I feel, when she observed that “He’s on a mission to turn the Asian vote against Trump.  He just learned the Asian vote was in favor if [sic] Trump…”)

kibitzer3 a few seconds ago (September 10)

And now we see why the Founding Fathers of this nation put into their Constitutional contract the requirement that the person occupying the office of the presidency needs to be a 'natural born' citizen; which meant to them a person born on the soil of parents who are citizens thereof, and therefore not having any DUAL OR OTHERWISE CONFLICTING LOYALTIES OR ALLEGIANCES OR INFLUENCES. Has SOLE ALLEGIANCE to the U.S.. And that eligibility requirement for that office STILL STANDS, absent a constitutional amendment to the contrary.

They did their part. The American people in our time failed to do their part, in not understanding their Constitution better than they have proven to. So, don't put all the blame on the Usurper. He is, after all, just doing what the American people allowed him to get away with.

Marry in haste, repent at leisure.

from ’New National Poll Shock: Trump Surging Among African American and Hispanic Voters!’ - Onan Coca - September 10

kibitzer3 a few seconds ago (September 10)

The NWO crowd won't let their prize escape from them, in the inevitable reaction to their attempted takeover of the U.S.A., the last domino needed to fall in their best-laid plans. Look for a major false flag op, designed to give the Usurper the excuse he needs to declare martial law, and thus make the takeover complete.

We can only hope that White Hats are ready to counter their moves. In the meantime, it is good to see the American people waking up to their need to do so, and send these malevolent creatures packing.

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  • patriotusa2
    15 hours ago 

  • Hillary's numbers are dropping but she still has more than 90% support of blacks and the majority of Hispanics are also in her corner. In order for Trump to win, he needs to wipe clean all those battleground states and acquire more delegates than what he has now in order to beat her. His path to victory will be concentrated solely on his performance in these debates. If he can manage to put her away, then he has a good chance of winning.

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    patriotusa2 14 hours ago 

  • Ya really think Trump can beat the rigged pinko-commie voting system?How da ya thunk the illegal, lying undocumented muslim and the tranny ended up living on Pennsylvania Avenue?
          The system is so corrupt it reeks a nasty, nasty odor !!!
                            After all these years haven't you figured it out yet? Mitt wasn't
                            suppose to win. With his pathetic "performances" it was easy to
                            see he was just a put in to make it at least to "two" party vote. I
                            voted just to be able to say I voted and I have the right to 
                            complain. Those that didn't vote can complain but doesn't 
                            mean a darn thing since they didn't participate in the process. 
                            Probably stayed home and watch things like "Days of our lives", 
                            "As the World turns", "Oprah", "Dr. Phil". etc. if they are still on 
                            TV, I don't know for sure.
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          Vette66 12 hours ago 

        • Agree, I have a friend that does not vote, but complains all the time and I tell her I DON'T want to hear it, you don't have a right because you did not vote.

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              • sox83cubs84 rehabber 11 hours ago 

              • That's the way I feel, also. I live in a blue state (Illinois), but I feel it is essential to cast my vote for many reasons, among them the right to complain...I did my best as a voter. Those who don't sacrifice the legitimacy of their complaining...they did NOT do their best.

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                    kibitzer3 sox83cubs84 5 minutes ago
    • It's a tricky subject. I refuse to vote because (at least in my state, of CA) it is a sham, a fake, a fraud, a charade, a delusion the way it is, with no cleansing of the voter reg rolls. Apparently things have to get worse before they can get better, and the American people INSIST on a cleaning up of their state's electoral process. (Mine is hopeless, granted.) That means a certified cleansing of the voter reg rolls, of all ineligible voters, dead voters, and duplicate voters; mandatory photo ID cards; no online voting or by Absentee Ballot unless there are solid measures to identify the person; and most of all, no more electronic voting machines, which have proven to be hackable in a number of ways - back to paper ballots, and a clear/countable paper trial. And dipping a voter's finger in purple ink if we have to.

    • If we are going to behave like children, we need to be treated like children.

    • P.S. I do my best by financially supporting outfits that are fighting for Voter Integrity, like Judicial Watch, True the Vote, the American Civil Rights Union; etc. But we all need to do more. There needs to be a groundswell of anger among the populace to end this monstrous situation - this betrayal of the constitutional representative democracy that we live in. The last, best hope of Earth. After this, the deluge.

Romney and McCain were both the "token opposition" and were never supposed to win. And, this was the plan for Jeb Bush. He was the glorified sacrificial lamb this time. No one other than Trump had any more chance of defeating Hillary than I did. She just got a surprise when the citizens rose up and wanted Trump. I wouldn't believe a one of the polls that keep showing Hillary as being well in the lead. They are rigged for her.



          hadit krdave 7 hours ago 
  • Wow, if Pensacola last night was just a sample of the electorate for Trump, we are in! What gregarious enthusiasm of over 10,000 people...others outside.
  • Terrific!

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         June9245 krdave 6 hours ago 
  • Polling is not a reflection of public opinion; it is an attempt to shape public opinion.

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                 kibitzer3 June9245 a few seconds ago (September 10)

                  Very good point. It goes back at least to the Tavistock Institute, 
                  people who are intent on Mind Control. They know every trick
                   in the book.

                 And now, watch out for the American Psychiatric Assn., to label anybody who 
                defies TPTB as mentally ill, for having 'Oppositional Defiant Disorder' - i.e., ODD. 
                Shades of the old Soviet Union...
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               Right. Hillary's version thereof. :-)

Though it’s actually not a laughing matter.  Especially now, as things seem to be heating up on that ’front; with the likes of foreign troops being seen on our soil, and empty Wal-Marts, and other empty buildings - purportedly to be shopping malls; near RR tracks (built with tower-like structures.  Like guard towers.  Precisely like guard towers) - starting to show activity around them.

Wouldn’t be planning on anything, would you, now, New World Order boys and girls??  Especially now that the November elections don’t seem to be going your way???…

As I said above: Time to send these malevolent creatures packing.

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