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My friend Jim Heck sent me this message and it should be seen by the world. I have found similar problems with messages I have forwarded. No one wants to share anything that is not factual or true but when the agency that promotes unbiased reviews if politically slanted we are in trouble. I try my best to make sure things I share are valid but I have never trusted Snopes as I know this bias existed long before Kegan was appointed by Obama and approved by the Democrats in Congress to re-write the Constitution.

C Brewer

Many of the email’s that I have sent or forwarded that had any anti Obama in it were negated by Snopes. I thought that was odd.

Snopes is heavily financed by George Soros, a big time supporter of Obama and many other left wing organizations! In our Search for the truth department, we find what I have suspected on many occasions.

Went to Snopes to check something about the dockets of the new Supreme Court Justice, Elena Kagan, who Obama appointed. Snopes said the email was false and there were no such dockets. So I Googled the Supreme Court, typed in Obama-Kagan, and guess what?

Yep, you got it; Snopes lied!

Every one of those dockets are there. So here is what I wrote to Snopes:

Referencing the article about Elana Kagan and Barak Obama dockets:

The information you have posted stating that there were no such cases as claimed and the examples you gave are blatantly false. I went directly to the Supreme Courts website, typed in Obama Kagan and immediately came up with all of the dockets that the article made reference to. I have long suspected that you really slant things but this was really shocking. Thank You. I hope you will be much more truthful in the future, but I doubt it.

That being said, I’ll bet you didn’t know this.

Kagan was representing Obama in all the petitions to prove his citizenship. Folks, this is really ugly. Chicago Politics at its best and the beat goes on and on and on. Once again the US Senate sold us out!

Now we know why Obama nominated Elana Kagan for the Supreme Court. Pull up the Supreme Courts website, go to the docket and search for Obama. She was the Solicitor General for all the suits against him filed with the Supreme Court to show proof of natural born citizenship. He owed her big time. All of the requests were denied of course. They were never heard. It just keeps getting deeper and deeper, doesn’t it? The American people mean nothing any longer. It’s all about payback time for those who compromised themselves to elect someone who really has no true right to even be there.

Here are some websites of the Supreme Court Docket: You can look up some of these hearings and guess what? Elana Kagan is the attorney representing Obama!

Check out these examples:















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If you are interested in justice or in truth, if you hold sacred the freedoms granted to you by the U.S. Constitution, by all means, share this!

The U. S. Constitution does not grant rights or freedom, it is a confirmation of pre-existing rights. ANON


I have no idea who wrote this factual article that my friend Ron Jenkins sent me but I hope every real American alive gets to read this. The Progressive-Liberals and our main stream media, even Fox News, will never provide these facts. This is the greatest description of our Marxists President plan to destroy the greatest country on earth. The apathy of Congress and our Supreme Court to stop this lawless movement is the biggest crime ever perpertrated in our history.

I challenge anyone to prove this wrong, C Brewer

The oft-repeated mantra of Barack Hussein Obama and his Administration is that their public service obligation is to accomplish “what the American people want.” At best, this constitutes a gross misinterpretation of the constitutional role of the executive, and at worst, it wholly and maliciously discards the intent of that founding text. 

If not for Obama’s unmistakable Socialist agenda, the populist appeal of this mantra might be excused as “constituent services” run amok in response to opinion polling, but its intent is much more sinister. In reality, the words “what the people want” are just code for a political agenda that may or may not have any correlation with what “the people” actually want, and, moreover, any correlation with what our Constitution prescribes.

Worse yet is that some notable Republicans have now adopted Obama’s mischaracterization of their duty, which serves only to legitimize this subterfuge.

When Barack Obama was running for president, he asserted: “You know I taught constitutional law for 10 years at the University of Chicago, so, your next president will actually believe in the Constitution.” In his campaign treatise, “The Audacity of Hope,” he feigns appreciation for the Constitution: “I confess that there is a fundamental humility to this reading of the Constitution and our democratic process.”  What a crock!!

In reality, his contempt for our Constitution is unprecedented and framing his agenda as “what the people want” is a covert assault upon Rule of Law, consistent with his “fundamental transformation” scheme for “change.”

Obama packages his assault as follows:

What the American people want more than anything… The American people want to know if it’s still possible for Washington to look out for their interest, for their future. … That’s the project the American people want us to work on. … The fact of the matter is the American people already agree with me. The American people want Washington leaders to act… I believe it’s time to give the American people more control…

The American people want to see Washington … make progress on jobs. … What the American people don’t want… That’s what the American people expect. … Get the business of the American people done. …something this important to the American people. The American people want us to reform… The American people want less… The American people want more… Everybody understands that the American people want us to focus on their jobs…

Ad Nauseum. (Is this perfectly clear to you??) 

Typical of his arrogance, when his agenda does not progress, he suggests that the American people are just too stupid to understand it. “Making an argument that people can understand, I think that we haven’t always been successful at that. Republicans were able to paint my governing philosophy as a classic, traditional, big government liberal. And that’s not something that the American people want.”

Obama’s Senate lap dog, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), got the memo:

The American people love government but they don’t like too much politics in government. … The American people want us to work together. … The Tea Party’s unpopularity continues to grow, because the American people sees [sic] how unreasonable they are. … It’s clear that while the American people and Senate Democrats are looking ahead, Senate Republicans are looking for a way to distract the American people. … I don’t think the American people want to do that. … What the American people wants now is certainty.

Unfortunately, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is reading from the same script:

Both sides are working hard to reach the kind of resolution Americans desire. … We know what the American people want. … Something we know the American people want. The American people want us to put aside the left-wing wish list. … Democrat lawmakers chose to ignore the American people. … The American people want us to focus on creating jobs. … Republicans have a plan for following through on the wishes of the American people.”

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is, not surprisingly, singing the same tune:

Democrats now need to talk about how we have a progressive economic agenda. That’s what the American people want. … Let’s just do what is right for the American people. … Those of us who are involved in politics and government know that our responsibility is to the American people.

Regrettably, second only to Obama’s invoking “what the people want” is none other than House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH):

It’s encouraging to see President Obama acknowledge that the American people want us to focus on creating jobs and cutting spending. … Our job now is to listen to the people and follow the will of the American people. … The American people want us to do something. … The American people want us to scrap this bill. … When are we going to begin to listen once again to the American people? … Beginning in January, the House is going to become the outpost in Washington for the American people. … I hope President Obama will listen to the American people. … If we don’t deliver what the American people are demanding… Instead of living up to the mandate set by the American people, congressional Democrats have defied the will of the American people. … What we need to do is to listen to the American people. … If we’re listening to the American people, I don’t see any problems incorporating members of the Tea Party along with our party in a quest that’s really the same. … The American people want us to focus on their message.

On the eve of his ascension to the Speaker’s chair, Boehner, who has had some difficulty citing the Constitution, proclaimed, “The American people want a smaller, more accountable government — and that starts with respecting the Constitution. That’s why we will read it on the floor next week. It sends the clear message that starting on January 5th, the House of Representatives will be the American people’s outpost in Washington, DC.”

“Respecting the Constitution” because that is “what the people want”? That’s just wrong! Honor the Constitution because that is your sacred obligation, if you in fact honor your sacred oath to support Rule of Law, not flippant populism.

Our United States Constitution, as written and ratified, stipulates in its preface that it is “ordained and established” by the people to “secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.” To that end, it established a Republic, not a popular democracy, which is to say it affirmed the primacy of Rule of Law over rule of men.

Accordingly, the first order of business for those elected to national office is that they be bound by oath to “preserve, protect and defend” the Constitution under which they were duly elected.

For those elected to the presidency, Article II, Section 1 is clear: “Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the following Oath or Affirmation: ‘I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.'”

Likewise Article VI, Clause 3 specifies, “The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution…”

Our Founders intended that elected officials, by way of their oaths, would be constrained by Rule of Law. However, there was an errant assumption that those elected would be men and women of honor, who would abide by their oaths.

Democrats and Republicans alike, who justify the violation of the explicitly enumerated powers authorized by our Constitution, ostensibly because they are doing “what the people want,” are in abject violation of their oaths, and they are not being held accountable for that fundamental breach of trust.

Representative Boehner did open the 112th Congress with a bipartisan reading of an “abridged”, politically correct version of our Constitution.

Also, in his brief opening remarks to the 112th Congress, Boehner did say, “Let’s start with the rules package the House will consider today. If passed, it will change how this institution operates, with an emphasis on real transparency, greater accountability, and a renewed focus on the Constitution.”

However, as for his much-heralded revision of clause 7 of House rule XII to specify, “A bill or joint resolution may not be introduced unless the sponsor submits for printing in the Congressional Record a statement citing as specifically as practicable the power or powers granted to Congress in the Constitution to enact the bill or joint resolution,” the qualifier “specifically as practicable” undermines any substance this proposal might have had and should be stricken post haste.

This House Rule alteration falls well short of what we really need, The Enumerated Powers Amendment as proposed by The Patriot Post years ago.

Despite the fact that Republican leaders are flip-flopping on what this “Constitution thing” is about, the good news is that most of the freshman class in the 112th Congress are a new breed of representative singularly devoted to our Constitution and Rule of Law.

Perhaps congressional leaders should remember a piece of advice from George Washington’s farewell address: “The basis of our political systems is the right of the people to make and to alter their constitutions of Government. But the Constitution, which at any time exists, ’till changed by an explicit and authentic act of the whole People, is sacredly obligatory upon all. … If, in the opinion of the people the distribution or modification of the constitutional powers be in any particular wrong, let it be corrected by an amendment in the way which the constitution designates. But let there be no change by usurpation; for though this in one instance may be the instrument of good, it is the customary weapon by which free governments are destroyed. The precedent must always greatly overbalance in permanent evil any partial or transient benefit, which the use can at any time yield.” 

The Constitution is the law of this land.  It is not passe’ or outdated and if there needs to be changes to it, let it happen through the proscribed amendment process. 

If there are those in Congress or desire to be elected to Congress, they must not even consider running for office if they don’t understand that a major criterion to serve is their active steadfast support and defense of our Constitution.  It is not optional, it is not over ruled by any political ideology or party dogma. 


One thing that Obama, Congress, the Supreme Court and our military have accomplished is dividing America into two totally different countries trying to function as one. Our name should now be “The Divided States of America”. CB


It never ceases to amaze me on how many American voters can possibly support having ineligible people vote in our elections. We read about the dead voters in Illinois who vote in every election. We watched the Black Panthers harass voters in the last election. We read about Mickey Mouse voting in several states in the last election.

Now we have Obama and his hand-picked radicals under Eric Holder, stopping Texas from requiring a photo ID to vote in the 2012 elections. It is legal in other states they can’t question, but who cares as it will allow anyone from anywhere to vote in Texas if they are black or Hispanic. The people from Chicago can come down and resurrect dead Texans to try to get Obama re-elected.

Follow the logic of facts that Holder is ignoring to get himself four more years of destroying our freedom.

You can’t get on an airplane; You can’t rent a car; You can’t ride on Amtrak; You’re not supposed to get a Social Security card; You can’t rent an apartment; You can’t buy cigarettes or liquor; You can’t get a business license; You can’t cash a check; You can’t get a bank account; You can’t take the SAT test; You can’t enroll in college, without a photo ID or a birth certificate.  I could likely add a lot more things like food stamps and the growing assortment of people on TV this week looking for “Obama Money”.

What happened to common sense with the democrats? Why do they oppose having honest elections? What happened to the Democratic Party to lose its conservative values?

Answer, power and greed to replace out Republic form of government into a European Socialist Democracy. This has become lunacy at its best. Why don’t these radical extremist, move to France, England or Iran and leave us freedom loving people alone? We should pay for the “Occupiers” to travel to Afghanistan or Saudi Arabia to demonstrate or just go back to climbing trees in California.

I am sick of this behavior and plan to express my feeling when I vote against Obama in November. I am not excited about the Republican candidates but Clint Eastwood’s old pal “Clyde” could out-perform Obama’s entire cabinet. Come to think of it, Clint as President and “Clyde” replacing Biden sounds like a win-win combination.





Politics: Asked last week why he’s so unpopular inTexas, the only thing our president could say was “Republicans.” Now thatTexas has been lashed by tornadoes, his curious refusal to aid the state suggests the depth of his dislike.

Two weeks ago, Texas Gov. Rick Perry pleaded with the president in a 16-page letter to declare a large number ofTexascounties disaster areas after historic wildfires ravaged over a million acres across the state, burning 350 homes and killing three.

A bad combination of hurricane rains, freezing weather and subsequent drought have made ideal conditions for the inferno during this tornado season.

Perry’s request was a routine effort to free up federal disaster funds so the state wouldn’t have to fight the fires alone.Texasshould have been granted it easily.

But to date, nobody’s gotten back to him – though other states with natural disasters, such asOklahomanext door, got the declarations they needed.North Carolinagot its declaration a mere four days after it made its request. So far, the White House seems to be sayingTexascan burn.

This is no isolated incident. In the aftermath of the September 2010 killing of aU.S.citizen byMexico’s Zeta cartel inTexaswaters, Perry pleaded in another letter to the president to send 1,000 extra National Guard troops to the border, warning of a “dire threat amassing on our southern border.”

The response he got was little more than pablum from Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano assuring that all was well on the border.

Since then, mass graves have been found on the Mexican side of the border, and they aren’t done digging.

This Monday, Perry announced thatTexaswould finally get its $830 million in promised federal funding for education from the Department of Education after a nine-month delay. Texas alone of all 50 states had been denied its share of the funds as a result of an amendment from an Obama ally, Rep. Lloyd Doggett of Austin, who wrote a special provision into the 2010 federal education jobs bill to require Texas alone to “supplement and not supplant” state education financing through 2013. Perry called it unconstitutional, and it was reversed in the 2011 budget.

If this isn’t a pattern, what is? InTexas, it’s been one thing after another since the president told WFAA-TV inDallaslast week that he’s unpopular in the state because it’s full of conservatives.

What’s more, he suggested they weren’t sufficiently grateful to him. “Gov. Perry helped balance his budget with about $6 billion worth of federal help – which he happily took – and then started blaming the members of Congress who had offered that help,” Obama told a TV interviewer.

Seems the president considers federal funding “his” money – rather than a round trip of cash from the states – deserving of gratitude, and any state that thinks otherwise gets payback, theChicago Way.

Arizona,WisconsinandLouisianahave felt similar stings for defyingWashington.

This kind of ward-heeling behavior may seem logical to Obama, but it’s quite beneath the office of a president who is presumed to govern all the country.

Texas, and the rest of theU.S.for that matter, desperately needs a leader, not a partisan politician whose only fealty is to his political cronies.

Thanks, and don’t forget that B.O. also gutted the manned space program, and then would not let NASA have one of the 4 shuttles, placing 3 on the east coast and one inCalifornia. 

He also refused to let UAL and Continental merge unless their HQ was in Chicago and not Houston, and he has shut down offshore drilling in theGulf of Mexicofor a year. He clearly hatesTexas.

Thanks Phil

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