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#21 Zharkov

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Posted 25 March 2015 - 04:06 AM

Thanks.   It's an honor to betray the federal crime syndicate.

Actually it feels really special to know more about what the federal government is doing than even some of its own employees.

 

I get to read what former federal officials, federal agents, and former Congressmen are writing about the Obama crime syndicate, and post stuff about it, which is something federal agents are afraid to do.   Today, they are even afraid to talk about it in whispers.

 

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Worst of all, Obama lies to his fellow Americans. All the time.

 

Most infamous was his claim that, under ObamaCare, “if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” Not far behind was his insistence, repeated for weeks during his re-election campaign, that the terror attack on Benghazi was the spontaneous result of a protest against an anti-Muslim video.

 

Assorted promises to lift the economy, unite the country, get to the bottom of the IRS scandal and be transparent are so routinely violated that they hardly register as false anymore.

 

Still, the overall impression that Obama is President Pinocchio is catching up to him. A Fox News poll showed that over 60 percent of American voters think he intentionally misleads them about important matters some or most of the time.

 

A whopping 37 percent think he lies “most of the time,” while another 24 percent say he lies “some of the time.” Twenty percent of voters say “only now and then” and 15 percent “never.”

 

Abraham Lincoln, supposedly an Obama hero, warned about the corrosive effect of failing to be honest. As he famously put it, “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.”

 

That more or less sums up where we are, or, rather, where Obama is. Nearly six years in office, much of the world is united only in not trusting his word.

 

Even for those inclined to believe, as Murray Kempton did, that a public lie often starts with self-deceit, the impact is enormous. Although it’s possible Obama intended to stand up to Syria’s Assad, or to Iran’s mullahs, or to Putin or China, the fact that he hasn’t is all that matters.

 

The result is that, while the United States remains the lone superpower, we are not feared by the world’s most malevolent forces.

 

We are witnessing the making of a tragic history.

The fact that America’s leader lacks credibility among friend and foe alike is creating peril without precedent. Absent a sudden stiffening of spine and a president whose word is his bond, the world is heading toward a catastrophe.

That’s the truth.

 

http://nypost.com/20...lobal-mistrust/

 

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If you missed it, a reminder:

 

Congressional Report Lists 36 Pages of Obama’s Crimes
http://www.impeachob...-obamas-crimes/

50 Impeachable Obama Crimes and Counting
http://canadafreepre...p/article/26650

140 Obama Crimes
http://www.redstate....0-obama-crimes/


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#22 bishadi

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Posted 25 March 2015 - 03:36 PM


Does all of that mean, israeli espionage of global nuclear negotiations is OK?



or the only thing that matters is to reflect that you really don't like Obama, the president of the United States?






Actually it feels really special to know more about what the federal government is doing than even some of its own employees.
 
I get to read what former federal officials, federal agents, and former Congressmen are writing about the Obama crime syndicate, and post stuff about it, which is something federal agents are afraid to do.   Today, they are even afraid to talk about it in whispers.
 
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 
Worst of all, Obama lies to his fellow Americans. All the time.
 
Most infamous was his claim that, under ObamaCare, “if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” Not far behind was his insistence, repeated for weeks during his re-election campaign, that the terror attack on Benghazi was the spontaneous result of a protest against an anti-Muslim video.
 
Assorted promises to lift the economy, unite the country, get to the bottom of the IRS scandal and be transparent are so routinely violated that they hardly register as false anymore.
 
Still, the overall impression that Obama is President Pinocchio is catching up to him. A Fox News poll showed that over 60 percent of American voters think he intentionally misleads them about important matters some or most of the time.
 
A whopping 37 percent think he lies “most of the time,” while another 24 percent say he lies “some of the time.” Twenty percent of voters say “only now and then” and 15 percent “never.”
 
Abraham Lincoln, supposedly an Obama hero, warned about the corrosive effect of failing to be honest. As he famously put it, “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.”
 
That more or less sums up where we are, or, rather, where Obama is. Nearly six years in office, much of the world is united only in not trusting his word.
 
Even for those inclined to believe, as Murray Kempton did, that a public lie often starts with self-deceit, the impact is enormous. Although it’s possible Obama intended to stand up to Syria’s Assad, or to Iran’s mullahs, or to Putin or China, the fact that he hasn’t is all that matters.
 
The result is that, while the United States remains the lone superpower, we are not feared by the world’s most malevolent forces.
 
We are witnessing the making of a tragic history.
The fact that America’s leader lacks credibility among friend and foe alike is creating peril without precedent. Absent a sudden stiffening of spine and a president whose word is his bond, the world is heading toward a catastrophe.
That’s the truth.
 
http://nypost.com/20...lobal-mistrust/
 
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 
If you missed it, a reminder:
 
Congressional Report Lists 36 Pages of Obama’s Crimes
http://www.impeachob...-obamas-crimes/

50 Impeachable Obama Crimes and Counting
http://canadafreepre...p/article/26650

140 Obama Crimes
http://www.redstate....0-obama-crimes/


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#23 Zharkov

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Posted 25 March 2015 - 03:52 PM

Does all of that mean, israeli espionage of global nuclear negotiations is OK?



or the only thing that matters is to reflect that you really don't like Obama, the president of the United States?





 

No, when a real spy is caught, Jonathan Pollard, for example, he goes to prison. 

The real American government executed the Rosenbergs for spying.

Israeli spies take the same risks but never get the same punishment.

Telling Congress what the Executive has done is not now, and never has been, considered espionage.

 

What matters is that Obama, according to his own words, was not qualified to be elected president.

And that means every official act of his is void ab initio.

And the crimes Obama and his collaborators have committed deserve prosecution.

Whether I like Obama or not, doesn't change his legal status as "the president who never was".

 

Israeli spies get caught and punished.   There have been a lot of them.

Whistleblowers are not spies, they are whistleblowers and are protected by law.


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#24 bishadi

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Posted 25 March 2015 - 03:59 PM

So the spy is wrong or the spying?

Obama was not in the meeting and the nuclear negotiations are not about Obama.


No, when a real spy is caught, Jonathan Pollard, for example, he goes to prison.
The real American government executed the Rosenbergs for spying.
Israeli spies take the same risks but never get the same punishment.
Telling Congress what the Executive has done is not now, and never has been, considered espionage.
 
What matters is that Obama, according to his own words, was not qualified to be elected president.
And that means every official act of his is void ab initio.
And the crimes Obama and his collaborators have committed deserve prosecution.
Whether I like Obama or not, doesn't change his legal status as "the president who never was".
 
Israeli spies get caught and punished.   There have been a lot of them.
Whistleblowers are not spies, they are whistleblowers and are protected by law.


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#25 Zharkov

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Posted 25 March 2015 - 04:28 PM

There is nothing wrong with whistleblowing on deals made which are against the national interest.

 

The difference between spying and whistleblowing is that the information obtained by spying remains covert in the hands of a foreign government, while with whistleblowing, the information becomes public knowledge.   We have freedom of the press and federal laws in America to protect whistleblowers.   Mr. Snowden should have been protected by federal law except that Obama decided to ignore that law and prosecute him.   Snowden's case is another example of an outlaw government prosecuting the good guys while protecting criminal officials.

 

Even state laws of some states protect journalists from revealing their sources even if ordered to by a court, as with a subpoena, because whistleblowing is considered so important to the functioning of a free country.


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Posted 25 March 2015 - 05:15 PM

There is nothing wrong with whistleblowing on deals made which are against the national interest.


How is a peace accord on nuclear negotiations, 'against the national security'?

Israel is not even in the meeting (P5+1). Is that what you are upset about or is it just Obama?

How is espionage on global affairs OK if Peace and accord is the reason for the meeting? You are suggesting that the spy is a whistleblower simply because you believe that Israel's opinion is better than the P5+1.



The difference between spying and whistleblowing is that the information obtained by spying remains covert in the hands of a foreign government, while with whistleblowing, the information becomes public knowledge.   We have freedom of the press and federal laws in America to protect whistleblowers.   Mr. Snowden should have been protected by federal law except that Obama decided to ignore that law and prosecute him.   Snowden's case is another example of an outlaw government prosecuting the good guys while protecting criminal officials.
 
Even state laws of some states protect journalists from revealing their sources even if ordered to by a court, as with a subpoena, because whistleblowing is considered so important to the functioning of a free country.



Spying is not whistleblowing!

You are discounting the espionage as whistleblowing all based on twisting the ideology because you don't trust the president. The president is not in the meeting.

The spying is wrong and then for a congressman to not represent that the espionage is wrong, means the traitors are going against America and Americans, because of personal opinion of the president. The meeting is a P5+1, because then there is no single that can cause the bias, that you are sustaining.

It is so sad, that your scope of right and wrong are clouded by your own self-indulgent hate of Obama. What makes it worse, is israel is the spying party and you don't see that as wrong across the board on such a global matter.

Maybe you will speak at the UN and just tell the world, you hate Obama, so everything israel does is OK.
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Posted 26 March 2015 - 02:11 AM

How is a peace accord on nuclear negotiations, 'against the national security'?

Israel is not even in the meeting (P5+1). Is that what you are upset about or is it just Obama?

How is espionage on global affairs OK if Peace and accord is the reason for the meeting? You are suggesting that the spy is a whistleblower simply because you believe that Israel's opinion is better than the P5+1.
Why would Israel be even considered, since they secretly developed Illegal nukes, which Iran does not even have




Spying is not whistleblowing!

You are discounting the espionage as whistleblowing all based on twisting the ideology because you don't trust the president. The president is not in the meeting.

The spying is wrong and then for a congressman to not represent that the espionage is wrong, means the traitors are going against America and Americans, because of personal opinion of the president. The meeting is a P5+1, because then there is no single that can cause the bias, that you are sustaining.

It is so sad, that your scope of right and wrong are clouded by your own self-indulgent hate of Obama. What makes it worse, is israel is the spying party and you don't see that as wrong across the board on such a global matter.

Maybe you will speak at the UN and just tell the world, you hate Obama, so everything israel does is OK.

 

 


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