Hold Your Fire: Lt. Col. Roy Potter | Politics… “According to Lt. Col. Potter, Americans are now awakening ‘en masse’ to false flag terror and the fact that the FBI’s story of what happened in Boston is no longer believable, even to Rachel Maddow. Another excellent video from Lt. Col. Roy Potter.”
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A one-party system?… “One of America’s greatest historical legacies is its staunch commitment to the two party system. It’s the only way to make a democracy really work” ?????
By Klaus Rohrich Saturday, January 26, 2013
A number of progressive pundits have been urging Obama and the Democrats to sweep aside all opposition to their ultra-leftist agenda by destroying the Republican Party. Leading the pack of yapping hyenas is John Dickerson, who in an op-ed piece for Slate Magazine urged Obama to “go for the throat” and “destroy the GOP” in order to achieve his transformational goals.
Rachel Maddow argued that America is a “Liberal” country (capital L is hers) because of an NBC/Washington Post poll that showed a slim majority of Americans supposedly support both same-sex marriage and “immigration reform.” Then there’s Chris Matthews with his histrionics and the whole CNN gang who acted as cheerleader during Obama’s inauguration to all six of their audience members.
President Obama spoke to the UN Tuesday, but what he had to say depended on the media outlet reporting it. It was about “optics” according to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow; “free speech” said CBS’s Nancy Cordes and Iran, explained NBC’s Chuck Todd.
Not that they’re wrong. It was a 4,000-word speech. Obama covered a lot of ground. But the ground the major media covered conveniently left out was the most provocative line of the entire speech.
gang at CNN is heavy with condemnation of this inimitable American icon.
I hate the networks and their reporters.
I loathe them.
I despise them.
Strong letter to follow.
Jake Tapper said that the media is failing the country.
A lot of people are hurting out there. Unemployment is 8.3 percent. That doesn’t even take into account the underemployed,” he said, arguing that too much time has been spent not talking about the economy.
April 24, 2012