Barack Hussein Obama

AWOL Traitor Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Traded for Taliban Terrorists: “In the name of Allah, the most gracious, the most merciful.’’

The policy of the United States government has always been we do not negotiate with terrorists. So why did the Obama administration release five of the worst GITMO jihadists – Taliban leadership – in exchange for an AWOL soldier – a traitor – who willingly walked away from his unit, raising the question of whether he could be charged with being absent without leave or desertion.

USA Today: Many called Bergdahl a traitor or a deserter. Stephen Kirouac, calling Bergdahl a “dirtbag” and “sympathizer,” was among many who seized on that speculation to criticize the rescued soldier.

Bill Ayers: Obama Should Be Tried For War Crimes..

What? Obama's buddy and
"Former Weather Underground leader and domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, who was involved in bombing the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol Building in the early 1970s looks to be selling out his friend Barack Obama.
Ayers, who claims to have written Obama’s Dreams from My Father, said that Obama should be tried for war crimes.

Knowing Ayers past, many of us will be thinking, “Hello pot, this is kettle…”

U.N. ARMS TREATY - NOT JUST A "POLITICAL ISSUE" ?

U.N. ARMS TREATY - NOT JUST A "POLITICAL ISSUE" ?
"People from all over the globe are meeting in New York to discuss, debate, and (many of them) try to come up with an international treaty which would "regulate" the sale and movement of firearms and ammunition. This is a massive move to impose highly restrictive gun control measures, mostly on the U.S. It is a political move by President Obama to get around the Second Amendment".

ANOTHER company that is "too big to fail"! Quick! THROW MONEY AT THEM!

One of the largest companies of it's kind in America, Blockbuster Video may file for bankruptcy. AREN'T THEY "TOO BIG TO FAIL"?

Blockbuster Says May File for Bankruptcy

By Joseph Woelfel 03/17/10 - 12:44 AM EDT 



DALLAS (TheStreet) -- Blockbuster(BBI), the video rental chain, said it could be forced to file for bankruptcy if cash flows don't improve and it's unable to restructure its debt.

Blockbuster's debt load has been reported to be as high as $1 billion.

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