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November 30, 2008

www.LetsSayThanks.com

If you go to this web site, www.LetsSayThanks.com you can pick out a thank you card and Xerox will print it and it will be sent to a soldier that is currently serving in Iraq . You can't pick out who gets it, but it will go to a member of the armed services.

How AMAZING it would be if we could get everyone we know to send one!!!
It is FREE and it only takes a second.

Wouldn't it be wonderful if the soldiers received a bunch of these? Whether you are for or against the war, our soldiers over there need to know we are behind them.
This takes just 10 seconds and it's a wonderful way to say thank you. Please take the time and please take the time to pass it on for others to do. We can never say enough thank you's.

Gracias,
Eddy Calcines

November 28, 2008

La Dura Realidad - Obama's Abortion Policy

A friend sent me the following information and although very very graphic in nature I was compelled to provide you with this information . I recently had a beautiful daughter born in September of this year and I can not for a moment imagine how some animals out there are willing to kill their unborn child. At any rate, please watch the video by clicking on the link that I have provided below and if you are as outraged about this topic as I am please make your voices heard. This video has information on Obama's abortion policy. Please watch the video and be fore-warned that this video is not for everyone as it is the most shocking video on the topic of abortion that I have ever watched in my life. This video is narrated by Actor Eduardo Verastegui.





Please consider the alternative and give up the baby with no questions asked at any fire station, police department or hospital during the first 7 days after birth.

November 25, 2008

Barack- SHOW US THE RECORDS!! Obama Not a US Citizen

"O" Bama, Put Up Or Shut Up!

Obama has practically been ordered to produce a verifiable, raised seal copy of his birth certificate by The US supreme Court! We are taking bets on how many deaths and injuries will occur if Obama is "De-certified" to be the messiah, er, I mean POTUS! This should be interesting to say the least.

Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS) Justice David
Souter has agreed that a review of the federal lawsuit filed by
attorney Phil Berg against BarackHussein Obama II, et al.,
which was subsequently dismissed for lack of standing
is warranted. SCOTUS Docket No. 08-570 contains the details.

A review of that docket and the Rule 10 of the Supreme Court
makes abundantly clear that Justice Souter's granting of a
review on the Writ of Certiorari is not a right entitled to citizen
Phil Berg, but rather is a matter of judicial discretion based
upon a compelling reason. That compelling reason is the
Constitutional requirement that "No person except a natural
born citizen ... shall be eligible to the office of President..."

What this means is that on or before 1 DECEMBER 2008
Barack Hussein Obama II must respond to the writ of
certiorari, and since the Berg v Obama case hinged
primarily on the question of Obama's place of birth, it is
almost inconceivable that Barack Obama will thumb
his nose at the Justices of the Supreme Court and
he is absolutely compelled to provide a vault copy his
original birth certificate.

Another very salient fact to consider at this time is that,
despite all of the pronouncements of the print and
broadcast media, Barack Obama is not yet the
President-elect of the United States. Barack Obama can
only become the President-elect after the Electoral College
convenes on 15 DECEMBER 2008 in their respective state
capitals around the nation and casts their votes to elect
the President and the Vice President. As you can see this
election day occurs two weeks after the required response
to the Supreme Court granted Writ of Certiorari.

The bottom line is this: the presidential election of 2008
remains an ongoing process, the outcome of which remains
undetermined, and all talk about a potential Constitutional
crisis in the United States are at least 36 days premature.

The inevitable constitutional crisis regarding President-elect
Obama, of course, revolves around his inability
(or unwillingness) to produce an authentic Hawaiian birth
certificate with the raised certificate stamp that the Federal
Elections Commission can independently verify.

Here are some of the unanswered issues hanging over the
head of President-elect Barack Obama and the question of
his American citizenship:

· The allegation that Obama was born in Kenya to parents
unable to automatically grant him American citizenship;

· The allegation that Obama was made a citizen of
Indonesia as a child and that he retained foreign citizenship
into adulthood without recording an oath of
allegiance to regain any theoretical American citizenship;

· The allegation that Obama's birth certificate was a forgery
and that he may not be an eligible, natural-born citizen;

· The allegation that Obama was not born an American
citizen; lost any hypothetical American citizenship he had
as a child; that Obama may not now be an American citizen
and even if he is, may hold dual citizenships with other
countries. If any, much less all, of these allegations are true,
the suit claims, Obama cannot constitutionally serve as
president.

· The allegations that "Obama's grandmother on his father's
side, half brother and half sister claim Obama was born in
Kenya," the suit states." Reports reflect Obama's mother
went to Kenya during her pregnancy; however, she was
prevented from boarding a flight from Kenya to Hawaii at
her late stage of pregnancy, which apparently was a normal
restriction to avoid births during a flight. Stanley Ann
Dunham (Obama) gave birth to Obama in Kenya, after
which she flew to Hawaii and registered Obama's birth."

The claim could not be verified by inquiries to Hawaiian
hospitals, since state law bars the hospitals from releasing
medical records to the public;

Even if Obama produced authenticated proof of his birth in
Hawaii, however, the suit claims that the U.S. Nationality
Act of 1940 provided that minors lose their American
citizenship when their parents expatriate. Since Obama's
mother married an Indonesian citizen and moved to
Indonesia, the suit claims, she forfeited both her and
Barack's American citizenship.

November 23, 2008

November 18, 2008

Hu Jintao arrives in Cuba


The president of the People’s Republic of China, Hu Jintao, arrived last night at Cuba’s International Jose Marti Airport.

He was received by José Ramón Machado Ventura, first Vice President of the Councils of Sate and Ministers of the Republic of Cuba. Also present was Felipe Perez Roque, Cuba’s Foreign Minister and other government officials of the Caribbean island and the Asian nation.

He declared that he wanted Cubans to reach new advances in the construction of Socialism and reminded everyone that Cuba was the first Latin American nation to establish diplomatic relations with China.

He received a wreath of flowers from Cuban Pioneers and watched a performance of the Dance of the Lion by the Cuban students of Wushu School.

Presidente Hu will meet Cuban president Raul Castro Ruz during his state visit. This is Hu Jintao’s third visit to Cuba. The first two were in 1997 and 2004.

A dozen bilateral agreements were signed, which strengthen the fraternal bonds between the two Socialist countries.

November 10, 2008

Bin Laden Plans New Attacks Bigger Than 9/11

Fugitive terrorist Osama bin Laden is planning new attacks against the U.S. that will "outdo by far" the attacks of 9/11, according to a report in a London-based Arabic newspaper.

The paper, Al-Quds Al-Arabi, quotes a former senior Yemeni Al-Qaida official saying the terror group is now in a “positive phase,” of staffing and rebuilding training camps around the globe. The action will lead to the next “wave of action” against the U.S., the paper reported.

“This will be shown by the fact that we now control a major part of the south of Somalia," the Yemeni source told the paper.

According to the report, bin Laden is personally involved in the preparations and is looking to "change the face of world politics and economics.”

The paper is edited by Abdel al-Bari Atwan, the last journalist to interview bin Laden in 1996.

The Yemeni operative says he remains in contact with current Al-Qaida chiefs. He claims bin Laden sent a message to all jihad cells in the Arab world six months ago urging them not to interact with their governments or local political parties.

More signs of al-Qaida’s violent intentions are expected over the next few days, the paper reported.

The al-Qaida warning comes just one day after The Telegraph newspaper published a leaked government report showing thousands of extremists are active in the U.K. The document says the operatives are mostly native Brits between 18 and 30. Many have been trained in overseas terrorist camps.

Security officials warned that al-Qaida will attempt another "spectacular" in the U.K., likely focused on airports or train stations, The Telegraph reported. Other potential targets include the Houses of Parliament, and Whitehall, Buckingham and St James' palaces.

November 6, 2008

Obama Bought White House for $650 Million

Breaking from Newsmax.com


Palin returns to '2012' chants in Alaska

Do new, embarrassing reports overshadow her homecoming?

ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Is Sarah Palin the answer for defeated Republicans? After a historic rebuke at the polls, the Republican Party is staggering into an uncertain tomorrow with the White House and Congress in Democratic hands, no certain leader in sight and its membership divided over what it means to be a Republican.
In her hometown of Wasilla in the Anchorage suburbs, "Palin 2012" T-shirts are already for sale.
When John McCain's 44-year-old running mate returned to Alaska on Wednesday night after he lost the presidential election, she was greeted at the Anchorage airport by chants of "2012! 2012!" Asked by reporters if she might run for president, Palin said, "We'll see what happens then."
Despite this exuberant homecoming, Palin’s return was somewhat overshadowed by a series of reports challenging her judgment and competency as a public servant.
Fox News Channel reporter Carl Cameron reported that within the McCain camp, there were serious doubts about her knowledge of civics and current events. “She didn't know the nations involved in the North American Free Trade Agreement. ... She didn't understand, McCain aides told me … that Africa was a continent and not a country.”
Newsweek’s “Special Election Project” reported other accusations being lobbed by campaign staffers, including new claims about Palin’s wardrobe expenditures.
Calling her shopping spree “more extensive than previously reported,” one aide told Newsweek it was like “"Wasilla hillbillies looting Neiman Marcus from coast to coast.”
Staffers also accuse her of spending “tens of thousands more than the reported $150,000,” and asking low-level staffers to put purchases on their credit cards.
Newsweek also reported that during the Republican National Convention, McCain staffers Steve Schmidt and Mark Salter were greeted by a towel-wearing Palin when they arrived at her hotel room for a briefing.
"I'll be just a minute," she said, and asked them to chat with her husband in the meantime.
Sources also say that Schmidt, a strategist, was the one to veto Palin’s request to speak Tuesday night during McCain's concession speech.
Meg Stapleton, Palin's spokeswoman, responded to the reports, saying, "This is so unfortunate and, quite honestly, sickening. The accusations we are hearing and reading are not true and since we deny all these anonymous allegations, there is nothing specific to which we will respond."
Star of the ticketEver since her selection as John McCain's running mate in late August, Palin was the star of the GOP ticket, though views of her vary wildly across the political spectrum. With the Republican brand corroded and the hunt on for the next Ronald Reagan, Palin could be one of many people competing to influence Republican ideas in the post-Bush era, maybe even as the party's leader.
"Conservatives are still looking for Mr. Right. And maybe Mr. Right turns out to be Ms. Right," said Bill Whalen, a fellow at the conservative Hoover Institution.
Palin "has built-in national stature and she's beloved by conservative talk radio," Whalen said. But "does she want to be a stay-at-home mom and a stay-at-home governor, or does she want to be a player on the national stage? She has to make a choice."
She has done little to discourage speculation — begun even as McCain's campaign faded — that she could return to the ballot four years from now.
Grover Norquist, a leading conservative and president of Americans for Tax Reform, called Palin "one of five or six people who is a plausible candidate for president in 2012," along with familiar names like Mitt Romney, Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
"She's in the top tier, but she's not next in line." Norquist said. Running as vice president "puts you in contention."
Any number of other Republicans may step forward. Romney, the ex-Massachusetts governor who lost the nomination this year, has restarted his political action committee. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is heading to the leadoff caucus state of Iowa on Nov. 22 to deliver the keynote address to a conservative group.
For two intense months, Palin was the youthful foil to the old, sometimes cranky McCain. She was called everything from an empty skirt to the real deal. McCain, in defeat, called her "an impressive new voice in our party."
"She's somewhat of a diamond in the rough," said former Republican National Committee member Barbara Alby, who credits Palin with energizing the ticket. "I expect she'll grow from that."
Obstacles remainBut any path toward 2012 is filled with obstacles, some of Palin's own making.
Virtually unknown outside Alaska before her nomination, Palin revealed strong — even polarizing — views on religion, abortion and gay marriage.
She became a favorite among some social conservatives, but her cringe-worthy performances in TV interviews raised questions about her competence and provided fodder for late-night comedians. Her charisma attracted tens of thousands to Republican rallies, but voter surveys found her presence tilted a majority of independents and moderates to Barack Obama.
The governor who once won a Miss Congeniality prize was McCain's muscle, thrashing the media and her Democratic rivals in the conventional vice presidential role.
Her national political persona now bears little resemblance to her image as governor, when she was known for pushing a pipeline to carry natural gas from Alaska's North Slope, a bipartisan streak and taming the state's Republican establishment.
Some see her as a possible candidate for the Senate, should a vacancy occur, which would give her a new platform for her ambitions. Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, was clinging to a narrow lead in a re-election bid after being convicted of lying on Senate financial disclosure forms. Palin and others have called for him to step aside, even if he wins.
Work to do at homeBut Palin has rebuilding to do in Alaska. Voter surveys there show she remains popular, but Democrats are now more likely to view her negatively. On Wednesday, she said she hoped to show President-elect Obama how Alaska could be a leader in energy policy.
"Everybody in Alaska is seeing her in a new light," said Jonathan Anderson, an Alaska Assembly member and a professor at the University of Alaska Southeast.
"We knew she'd been the basketball player and beauty pageant contestant — and not too much more beyond that," said Anderson, a political independent. "She's back down with the human beings now, instead of being the star. Those things are going to follow her."
Mike Cannon, 41, who works on tugboats and fishing vessels, remains a Palin fan but was surprised by her emphasis on conservative social values during the campaign. "I don't agree with a lot of that stuff," he said in downtown Anchorage, nursing a cup of coffee.
The campaign, Cannon added, "revealed more and more of her limitations."
If she wants to lead the party, she'll need to find a way to stay visible in the lower 48 states — sooner rather than later.
"There continues to be a great deal of interest in her," said New Hampshire GOP Chairman Fergus Cullen, but "interest has a shelf life."

November 5, 2008

Our future President is just a man

Taken from BabaluBlog.com

History

Do not have any other gods before me. You shall not make for yourself an idol, whether in the form of anything that is in heaven above, or that is on the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. You shall not bow down to them or worship them.

Yes we have....

Our future President is just a man. I hope that the people come to realize this. He will be our President, not our god. He needs to be treated as the former and not the latter. When are leaders are treated as gods, you end up with despots.

The above having been said, Mr. Obama has been entrusted with the most powerful position in the world. He ran a brilliant campaign and lucked out with the economy. Someone told me today, "in retrospect, I wish Kerry would have won 4 years ago, then a Republican would have been elected today." He was partially right.

I hope things will be better in 4 years for the country's sake. If they are, I'll give him credit. If they are not, he needs to be a man and accept the blame. Cause at the end of the day, that's all he is, a man.

As the Wall Street Journal noted today ....

Republicans can console themselves that soon Democrats won't have George W. Bush to kick around anymore. They'll now have to take responsibility if the economy stays in recession, or if Iraq turns chaotic again after an abrupt U.S. withdrawal. Americans have entrusted Democrats with what will essentially be unrestrained power, and we'll soon see if liberals have learned to govern.

Amazing Is All I Can Say

I'm shocked and sorry to say this man is a Cuban-American !

President Bush congratulates President-elect Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain.

McCain: The End of The Journey

My Best Wishes To An American Hero !!!

Something to cheer you up...

Click To Watch Sarah Palin Video



Bobby Jindal is Governor of Louisiana and is the youngest governor currently serving in the nation. He was sworn into office on January 14, 2008, after receiving 54 percent of the vote in the October 2007 primary. This marked the first time that a non-incumbent candidate for governor was elected without a runoff under the current election system.
Jindal ran and was elected on a platform of ethics reform. A month after taking office, Jindal called the Legislature into a special session and put forth an aggressive agenda to make Louisiana’s ethics laws the gold standard in the nation. Jindal was successful during the historic session in passing his main reform measures of increasing financial disclosure of elected officials, prohibiting elected officials from receiving unlimited meals from lobbyists, eliminating the loophole for free cultural and sporting event tickets for elected officials, and prohibiting elected officials from entering into contracts with the state.
As a result of Jindal’s reforms, the Center for Public Integrity gave Louisiana’s new public disclosure law a 99 out of 100 points, placing the state on par with having one of the nation’s best disclosure laws. Prior to Jindal’s special session, Louisiana earned 43 out of 100 points, placing it in the bottom fifth of all states.
Bobby is married and the father of three young children.

November 4, 2008

Race To The WhiteHouse !

Update: I'm sorry to report that Barack Obama is our next President !

Black Panther poll intimidation in Pennsylvania?

Hopefully, this kind of thing will be kept to a minimum today. Fox News reports that voters complained of intimidation in Philadelphia when they saw a purported Black Panther poll watcher guarding the door to the polling station with a nightstick. Police apparently moved him along (transcript by TV Eyes):


Sarah Palin Votes

The McCains Vote

The Dead Speak !

Castro praises Obama but doesn't endorse him
1 hour ago

HAVANA (AP) — Fidel Castro praised Barack Obama Tuesday as smarter and less warlike than John McCain, but stopped short of endorsing either U.S. presidential candidate.

Cuba's former president said he delayed weighing in until the U.S. election day so that "no one would have time to say I wrote something that could be utilized by the candidates in their campaigns."

"Without a doubt, Obama is more intelligent, cultured and levelheaded than his Republican adversary," Castro wrote in state-controlled newspapers. "McCain is old, bellicose, uncultured, of little intelligence and not healthy."

Castro, 82, has struggled with his own health problems. He has not been seen in public since July 2006. His younger brother Raul formally succeeded him as president in February.

The elder Castro also expressed skepticism about both candidates.

"Worries about the overwhelming problems of the world will not really occupy an important place in the mind of Obama and much less in that of a candidate who, as a fighter pilot, dropped dozens of tons of bombs on the city of Hanoi," he wrote, alluding to McCain's military service.

Castro also wrote that if the Republicans win due to U.S. racism, "the danger of war will increase and the opportunities for peoples to move forward will be reduced."

The Three Stooges


1.5 MILLION Freedom Loving Americans in Hialeah Are Voting for John McCain.

Translation: 'Obama is the black Fidel Castro'

ONLY IN MIAMI, FLORIDA

Dear friends: I am heading south to Hialeah! These folks aren't afraid to speak-up!

Hope you can come along!

America The Beautiful !