Things that scare hell out of me about Hillary & Obama (sorry it's long).

You MUST see this stuff!
… See the RWJF in these. Hopefully everyone knows how Hillary ties to the RWJF and their wanted National Health Care Plan (profits J&J thru dictated / mandated prescriptions and their access to medical records = national data bank) as they've already tied to Medicare.

(#1) This is Obama on youtube.
Barack Hussein Obama's plan to leave the United States defenseless against our enemies …
Hear in his own words why this candidate, raised by a Muslim father and grandfather, is no friend of the United States.

"....I will cut our missile defense system......I will slow our development of future combat systems....I will not develop nuclear weapons.....I will negotiate with Russia to take our ICBM's off alert...."
(#2) Clinton … Link below.

AAPS v. Clinton
AAPS Memorandum in Support of Attorneys Fees - 6/2000
Defendant's Memorandum in Opposition to Attorneys Fees - 6/2000
D.C. Circuit Court Decision, AAPS v. Clinton, 8/24/1999
Oral Argument in US Circuit Court - 11/12/1998
Judge Lamberth's Order for Sanctions - 12/18/1997
Judge Lamberth's Memorandum Opinion Regarding Sanctions - 12/18/1997
"Friends in High Places" - Background on AAPS v. Hillary Clinton
Zelman Memorandum Re: Constitutionality of Clinton Health Plan
Statement of Jane M. Orient, M.D. to Taskforce on Health Care Reform - 3/29/1993
AAPS vs. Clinton Archive
FOIA Requests
AAPS v. Clinton in AAPS News
AAPS Analysis of Clinton Plan - (PDF File)
Web page:

(#3) You must see this article wrote by the 'Association for American Physicians and Surgeons, Inc. A Voice for Private Physicians Since 1943' concerning a past law suit against the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

THIS IS the foundation that has BOUGHT the smoke laws, and is going after much more, including alcohol AND ALL OF US. This is the org that OWNS Hillary and many of our politicians.

If you want an education of what IS going on in this country, see at least the first part and the latter right above the Conclusions. (copy below - and it’s a giant).

Dear God...and THIS is why she scares me. She's even more evil than we thought.
Here's the link to this article in its entirety:

(I have omitted most of Hillary's early history.)

Rodham was deeply influenced by a 1966 article titled "Change or Containment" that appeared in Motive, a magazine for college-age Methodists. Authored by the Marxist/Maoist theoretician Carl Oglesby, who was a leader of the radical Students for a Democratic Society, this piece defended Ho Chi Minh, Fidel Castro, and Maoist tactics of violence. Its thesis was that "certain cultural settings" (most notably American capitalism) were inherently inequitable and oppressive, and thus caused people to feel "pain and rage" that sometimes erupted into violence -- like that of "the rioters in Watts or Harlem" -- which was "reactive and provoked" rather than evil or malicious. Hillary later said that the Motive article had played a key role in her metamorphosis from Goldwater Republican in 1964 to leftist Democrat in 1968. During her years as First Lady of the United States, Mrs. Clinton would tell a Newsweek reporter that she still treasured the Oglesby piece.[1]

Hillary served as one of nine editors of the Yale Review of Law and Social Action, where she worked collaboratively with Mickey Kantor (who, more than two decades later, would serve as U.S. Trade Representative and U.S. Commerce Secretary under President Bill Clinton) and Robert Reich (who would serve as Bill Clinton's Labor Secretary from 1993 to 1997). "For too long," said the Yale Review, "legal issues have been defined and discussed in terms of academic doctrine rather than strategies for social change." The publication was replete with articles by or about such radicals as William Kunstler, Charles Reich (author of The Greening of America); Jerry Rubin (who wrote a Yale Review piece exhorting parents to "get high with our seven-year-olds," and urging students to "kill our parents"); and Charles Garry (the civil rights attorney who defended Black Panther members accused of murder). The Fall and Winter 1970 editions of the Yale Review, on which Hillary worked as associate editor, focused heavily on the trials of Black Panther members who had been charged with murder. Numerous cartoons in those issues depicted police officers as hominid pigs.[3]...

One of Hillary's Yale professors, Thomas Emerson (known as "Tommy the Commie"), introduced her to Charles Garry, who helped her get personally involved in the defense of several Black Panthers (including the notorious Bobby Seale) who were then being tried in New Haven, Connecticut for the torture, murder, and mutilation of one of their own members. Though evidence of the defendants' guilt was overwhelming, Hillary -- as part of her coursework for Professor Emerson -- attended the Panther trials and arranged for shifts of fellow students to likewise monitor court proceedings and report on any civil rights abuses allegedly suffered by the defendants. Striving to neutralize what she considered the pervasive racism of the American legal system, "Hillary was," as Barbara Olson observed in Hell to Pay, "a budding Leninist."[4]....

Hillary's work for the Panthers earned her a summer internship at the Berkeley, California office of the hardline Stalinist attorney Robert Treuhaft in 1972. According to historian Stephen Schwartz, "Treuhaft is a man who dedicated his entire legal career to advancing the agenda of the Soviet Communist Party and the KGB."....

Edelman helped Hillary secure a coveted research position with the Carnegie Council on Children, where the young attorney assisted Yale psychology professor Kenneth Keniston in the production of a report titled All Our Children, which advocated a dramatic expansion of social welfare entitlements and a national guaranteed income -- all in the name of children's rights. Moreover, the report maintained that the traditional nuclear family was not inherently better than any other family structure, and that society had an obligation to honor, encourage, and support alternate family structures such as single-parent households. What really mattered, said the Council, was the network of professionals -- teachers, pediatricians, social workers, and day-care workers -- who would collectively play the most vital role in raising children properly. In short, the Carnegie Council preached that childrearing was less a parental matter than a societal task to be overseen by "public advocates" -- judges, bureaucrats, social workers and other "experts" in childrearing -- who could intervene between parents and children on the latter's behalf. According to the report, the role of parents should be subordinate to the role of these experts.[5]

Viewing America as an authoritarian, patriarchal, male-dominated society that tended to oppress women, children, and minorities, Hillary wrote a November 1973 article for the Harvard Educational Review advocating the liberation of children from "the empire of the father." She claimed that the traditional nuclear family structure often undermined the best interests of children, who "consequently need social institutions specifically designed to safeguard their position." "Along with the family," she elaborated, "past and present examples of such arrangements include marriage, slavery, and the Indian Reservation system." She added: "Decisions about motherhood and abortion, schooling, cosmetic surgery, treatment of venereal disease, or employment, and others where the decision or lack of one will significantly affect a child's future should not be made unilaterally by parents."[6].....

During her early years as America's First Lady (a title she held from 1993-2001), Mrs. Clinton was put in charge of the 500-member Health Care Task Force which tried, in secret meetings and by stealth, to socialize medical care in the United States, a sector that represented approximately one-seventh of the U.S. economy. This modus operandi was in violation of so-called "sunshine laws," which forbid such secret meetings from taking place when non-government employees are present. Hillary was sued by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons for these violations. The trial judge, U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth, ultimately ruled against Hillary and the Clinton administration. In December 1997 Lamberth issued a 19-page report condemning as "reprehensible" the duplicity exhibited by Mrs. Clinton's Task Force. "The Executive Branch of the government, working in tandem, was dishonest with this court, and the government must now face the consequences of its misconduct," said Lamberth. "It is clear," he added, "that the decisions here were made at the highest levels of government. There were no rogue lawyers here misleading the court."....

During her years in the Senate, Mrs. Clinton has consistently voted against the income tax cuts introduced by President Bush -- most notably the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 and the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 -- depicting them as fiscally irresponsible measures that were designed to help only the wealthy. At a fundraiser in 2004, she told a crowd of financial donors: "Many of you are well enough off that ... the tax cuts may have helped you ... We're saying that for America to get back on track, we're probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."

Senator Clinton has also repeatedly opposed cuts in capital gains taxes. On May 21, 2001, she voted against a temporary reduction of the maximum capital gains rate. On November 17, 2005, she voted to raise capital gains taxes on wealthy individuals. On February 2, 2006, she voted to repeal an extension of reduced tax rates for capital gains and dividends. And on February 13, 2006, she voted to allow the capital gains tax cuts to expire.[13].....

During her years in the Senate, Mrs. Clinton has cast numerous important votes on the issue of immigration:
* In March 2002 she co-sponsored a bill to extend the deadlines by which illegal aliens living in the United States would be required to obtain visas. "This is good news indeed," she said of the bill's passage. "Instead of being forced to return to their home country to apply for permanent residence status, many immigrants will be able to seek permanent resident status while working in the U.S."[15]

* In October 2003 she favored granting temporary protected status to illegal Haitian immigrants.

* In September 2004 she co-sponsored an agricultural jobs bill offering illegal farmworkers a speedy path to citizenship.

* In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, she co-signed a September 2005 letter asking Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff to prevent the deportation of any illegal aliens whose immigration status came to the government's attention "after they [had] sought assistance" from the American taxpayers.[16]

* In 2005 she opposed the REAL ID Act, which stipulated that all driver's license and photo ID applicants must be able to verify they are legal residents of the United States, and that the documents they present to prove their identity must be genuine. It also contained provisions to prevent terrorists from abusing asylum laws, and to streamline the deportation of immigrants convicted of terrorism-related offenses.

* In June 2007, she voted against a bill that would have prohibited illegal aliens convicted of serious crimes from gaining legal status.

* That same month, she voted in favor of a bill to establish restrictions on admission into the United States for immigrants who have previously been convicted of criminal gang activity, child abuse, human trafficking, obstruction of justice, domestic violence, or a felony count of driving under the influence.

* Also in June 2007, she voted in favor of the Immigration Reform Act of 2007, which would have provided a path to legalization for all illegal aliens residing in the United States.

In 2005 Senator Clinton gave a speech to members of the National Council of La Raza, an organization that supports open borders as well as expanded rights and amnesty for illegal aliens. She told them: "You are doing your part to make sure that every child in every American family has access to the tools necessary to live out their dreams, to a have piece of the American dream, but I don't know that your government is doing its part, right now -- I'm not sure we are doing everything to make your job easier, to make sure the opportunities and society are alive and well for everyone." She further expressed her support for the Dream Act, legislation that would allow illegal aliens to attend college at in-state tuition rates -- which are much lower than those paid by out-of-state U.S. citizens. "We need to open the doors of college to immigrant children who came here did well and deserved to go on with their education," she said.[17]....

As November 2006 approached, Senator Clinton campaigned for re-election to the U.S. Senate. During her 2000 campaign, she had pledged to bring 200,000 new jobs to New York State. By late 2006, however, New York had lost 112,000 jobs and its jobless rate had risen by 0.7 percent. Nonetheless, Mrs. Clinton won the 2006 election by a wide margin over a weak Republican opponent, John Spencer....

On the campaign trail, candidate Clinton said that to restore "fiscal responsibility to government," she would like to return "high-income tax rates to the 1990s levels." .....

Also in May 2007, Senator Clinton declared that she deemed it vital to replace the conservative notion of an "ownership society" with one based on communal responsibility and prosperity. She lamented that the contemporary American economy leaves "it all up to the individual" in "the 'on your own' society" that increases the income gap between the "rich" and the "poor." Though Mrs. Clinton depicted the American middle class as a shrinking entity, Democratic economist Stephen Rose notes (in his 2007 book, Social Stratification in the United States) that once people outside their prime working years - i.e., the elderly and the young -- are excluded from the equation, the median income of American families is approximately $63,000...

This profile is adapted from the article "Hillary Rodham Clinton: Her Career and Agendas," written by John Perazzo and published by on July 20, 2007.

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The sons-of-bitches own the media, and most of the goddamned congress critters now. Big Pharma and RWJF are the greatest reasons for loss of freedom , as far as I'm concerned-along with those certain 'non-profit' organizations, of course.


"Oh, Bother!" Said Pooh, as he chambered his last round.


'I used to have compassion, but they taxed it and legislated it out of existence.'


There may not be anything I can do about Obamalamadingdong, but I intend to cast a one-time vote for him next week, just to (hopefully) put a stake through the Clintons' hearts FOREVER. He won't be getting it in the fall, though.


"Oh, Bother!" Said Pooh, as he chambered his last round.


'I used to have compassion, but they taxed it and legislated it out of existence.'


Unless I decide at the last minute to do a write-in candidate...



"Oh, Bother!" Said Pooh, as he chambered his last round.


'I used to have compassion, but they taxed it and legislated it out of existence.'

What are your points? That you think Obama wants to leave us "defenseless"? You think that by cutting spending on weapons, we'll be "defenseless"? Wake up and smell what the Rock is cookin'. We currently spend more money on weapons that the rest of the world COMBINED. You think we have track of all these weapons?? Hell no, these weapons end up in the hands of TERRORISTS.

And about Clinton. You say this is why she scares you, and then you copy and paste some lengthly bio. ALL of it "scares" you? Including opposing Bush's tax cuts on the wealthy? Capital gains taxes? Her schooling?

Stop being scared of Republican talking points. If only you showed this much energy in protecting the civil rights we're losing under the CURRENT administration we could all take you a little more seriously.

What Scares the Dems is that Bush's tax cuts are going to expire.

Bush cut taxes on every tax bracket. Big time on the lower and middle ones. Huge difference at these levels between Bush and Clinton. The Dems know it, the media doesn't talk about it. On top of that, the $1000 credit per kid is huge to the lower and middle class.

The other thing the Dems are afraid. Small business employs the bulk of the labor in this country. They pay the same tax brackets as regular citizens, unlike corporations. If you eliminate their tax cuts, these people stop hiring.

The media always proclaims tax cuts for the rich. They forget about communicating tax cuts for the poor, the middle class, and the small business owners that provide the bulk of the American jobs. Shameless. Too bad, congress (opposite of progress) can't cut domestic spending (which is larger than the War on Terror).

chris, I don't believe I"ve ever said anything good about the current administration. I don't claim to understand it all, or how it all connects - but there's just entirely too much about hillary that scares me. The fact that she has ties to RWJF scares me - a little too close to Big Pharma to suit me. If she puts govt in control of health care, then govt will have a free-for-all at dictating our freedoms. I worry about border security with both hillary & obama. I think both of them will sell this country out to illegals. And how can you read that stuff & not be concerned about too much govt interference with our kids?

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