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If the White House couldn’t tell…

In Government Reforms, Iran on March 26, 2015 at 4:57 pm

If the White House couldn’t tell that Bowe Bergdahl was a traitor why should the American People trust the White House on the Iran Deal?

If the White House couldn’t tell that the Arab Spring would cause a middle east melt down, why should the American People trust the White House on the Iranian deal being worked out now?

If the White House couldn’t tell that closing Guantanamo Bay is a bad idea and trading five terrorists for one traitor (alleged by every soldier who served with him, but innocent till proven guilty) why should be trust the White House on the Iran Deal?

If the White House couldn’t tell that a video didn’t cause the death in Benghazi of our Ambassador why should we trust them to know a good deal with Iran?

If the White House couldn’t tell that Susan Rice was wrong or Lying when she blamed everyone but Barack Obama on TV why should the American People trust the Obama Administration on an Iran Deal?

If the White House couldn’t tell that refusing to meet with our ally in the Middle East, Bibi Netanyahu as the leader of a democracy in the Middle East and our friend Israel, why should we trust them on the Iran Deal?  It was OK however to secretly work to help his opposition and meet with him before the election.  Essential lying to the American People.

If the White House couldn’t tell that the Iranian Leader Ali Khamenei shouting Death to America is ok, but we should trust the White House to create a deal where they can produce a Nuclear Weapon is OK.  Why should any American Trust the Obama Administration and John Kerry to produce a good deal?

If the White House couldn’t tell that George W Bush shouldn’t be blamed for everything that doesn’t go their way is a bad idea how can the American People Trust them to get a deal with Iran.

If the White House couldn’t tell Americans that the Senate would be able to approve any deal with Iran when ready to sign, but tell our Senators that they don’t have a say, even though the Constitution demands it.  Why should we trust John Kerry or President Obama.

If the White House couldn’t tell Candy Crowley that she was incorrect when she interjected herself in a Presidential Election, why should the American People Trust the White House on an Iran Deal?

If the White House couldn’t tell who was in charge in Yemen, why should the American People trust them on Iran?

If the White House couldn’t tell the American People where Barack Obama was the night of the Benghazi attack was or what he was doing, why should be trust them now on the Iran Deal?

If the White House couldn’t tell us when they are wrong, and they often are, why should the American People believe that this time they know what they are doing?

If the White House couldn’t tell a small dictator in Syria that he needed to stop gassing his own people, why should we believe that the Iranians will take any sanctions seriously when they build a Nuclear Bomb.  Or use it!

If the White House couldn’t tell what the rule of the office of the President and Secretary of state are when it comes to Treaties that will affect the world, why shouldn’t the Congress work to impeach this President?   Before the Damage is beyond the “red line”.


Ted Cruz for President?

In Constitution on March 23, 2015 at 3:03 pm

Ted Cruz for President of the United States or of Canada?  For such a long speech about running for President of the United States of America it seems odd that he omitted that he was born in Calgary Canada.  Just because we have one who Kenya Claims a birth right to, doesn’t mean we are ready to completely abandon the constitution. He sites a little known law from FDR that allows him to run and become our next President.  The Nationality Act of 1940 states:

The law revised “the existing nationality laws of the U.S. into a more complete nationality code”; it defined those persons who were “eligible for citizenship through birth or naturalization” and clarified “the status of individuals and their children born or residing in the continental U.S., its territories such as Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Philippines, Panama and the Canal Zone, or abroad.”  The law furthermore defined who was not eligible for citizenship, and how citizenship could be lost or terminated.

Does a President even FDR have the right to redefine the Constitution without the States ratifying it?  Chester A Arthur was said to have been born in Canada so Cruz would be our Second President from our friends to the North.

The Constitution sets out three eligibility requirements to be President: one must be 35 years of
age, a resident “within the United States” for 14 years, and a “natural born Citizen.” There is no
Supreme Court case which has ruled specifically on the presidential eligibility requirements
(although several cases have addressed the term “natural born” citizen), and this clause has been
the subject of several legal and historical treatises over the years, as well as more recent litigation.
The term “natural born” citizen is not defined in the Constitution, and there is no discussion of the
term evident in the notes of the Federal Convention of 1787. The use of the phrase in the
Constitution may have derived from a suggestion in a letter from John Jay to George Washington
during the Convention expressing concern about having the office of Commander-in-Chief
“devolve on, any but a natural born Citizen,” as there were fears at that time about wealthy
European aristocracy or royalty coming to America, gaining citizenship, and then buying and
scheming their way to the presidency without long-standing loyalty to the nation. At the time of
independence, and at the time of the framing of the Constitution, the term “natural born” with
respect to citizenship was in use for many years in
the American colonies, and then in the states,
from British common law and legal usage. Under the common law principle of
jus soli
(law of the
soil), persons born on English soil, even of two alien parents, were “natural born” subjects and, as
noted by the Supreme Court, this “same rule” was applicable in the American colonies and “in the
United States afterwards, and continued to prevail under the Constitution …” with respect to
citizens. In textual constitutional analysis, it is understood that terms used but not defined in the
document must, as explained by the Supreme Court, “be read in light of British common law”
since the Constitution is “framed in the language of the English common law.”
  From post by the Congressional Research Service   :http://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R42097.pdf

Ted Cruz for President?  Yes, John McCain wasn’t born in the United States but in the Territory of Panama while his father served in the Military.  Barack Obama’s Grandmother showed the site in Kenya where she claims he was born.  Obama produced a new type of birth Certificate not used till years after he was born, showing that he was born in Hawaii, Whatever.  All in All, here we go again.


Will the Next GOP Chairman please stand up!

In Uncategorized on March 2, 2015 at 1:05 am

Will the Next GOP Chairman Please stand up!  Rience Priebus has already been accused of aiding Scott Walker in a underhanded fashion when they were in Wisconsin.  Now all we hear about from the Press is how wonderful Scott Walker is.  It’s great to have a front runner, but usually they have earned that right.  This is a link to an article that ran on on February 2014 in the Ithmus.  Its worth the read just because the Walker/Preibus relationship is going to sink the GOP into a pit of scandal before the race for Presidential Race gets started.  If Mr. Priebus thinks that Governor Walker is the best of all Candidates before the voters have that right, then he should resign his post within the GOP and work for the Walker Campaign in the open.

ITHMUS: John Doe emails show Republican chair Reince Priebus tipped off Scott Walker about 2010 primary opponent’s strategy


Paul Ryan has been appointed by Chairman Priebus to be the custodian of the Presidential Money for the GOP.  All three friends from Wisconsin.  The Walker/Priebus relationship doesn’t pass the smell test months before the votes are cast.  Mr. Walker did a respectable job at the CPAC Conference, but lets face it…. the front runner from the conference is Rand Paul.  Something is fishy.