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“…Facebook took down a message by the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS) which highlighted the fact that Obama denied backup to the forces being overrun in Benghazi.”

Facebook, A Tool Of The Liberal Media?

Has facebook joined CNN and the rest of the liberal media in manipulating the truth? Breitbart.com published an article that calls into question the motivations of facebook.

This was posted on October 30th:

“Facebook Manager Andrew Noyes emailed the following to Breitbart News this morning: We wanted to follow up on the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS) article published on Breitbart.com last night. I assure you that removing the image was not an act of censorship on our part. This was an error and we apologize for any inconvenience it may have caused.

Over the weekend, Facebook took down a message by the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS) which highlighted the fact that Obama denied backup to the forces being overrun in Benghazi.

The message was contained in a meme which demonstrated how Obama had relied on the SEALS when he was ready to let them get Osama bin Laden, and how he had turned around and denied them when they called for backup on Sept 11.”

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The Boy Scouts Booed The US President At The National Jamboree

Something is bad wrong. The question is this: Is it there a problem with our Boy Scouts or a problem with our president? One of the voices you hear in the background says, “I can’t believe I wanted this guy to be president.”

Hope And Change

The public is losing sight of “Hope and Change” with good reason. The real employment rate is reaching Depression era levels. Key White House staff is leaving the Obama administration in large numbers. In the middle of all of this our vacationing president is taking vacations “to stimulate the economy.” And now the lack of respect for the president is making itself known in organizations like the Boy Scouts.

CNN Video On The Story

Even CNN couldn’t cover this one up. Here is a link to their YouTube video that I was able to view on 8-11-2010. They turned off the ability to embed this video on your site. I wonder if they remove this at some point in the future from the 19,184 videos they currently have on YouTube. Click on this to see the video on YouTube:

Obama Booed By Boy Scouts

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White House Aides Head For The Exits

Obama’s aides are beginning to realize that the worst is yet to come. And they want out. Why haven’t you heard about this? Because they are leaving with little fanfare. They have accomplished little to make fanfare about. Linda Douglass, after her resignation said: “I felt like a real burden was lifted from my shoulders. I was really surprised how exhausted I was when I left.”

Peter R. Orszag, White House budget director, left less than two weeks ago. Christa Romer, head of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, recently announced she plans to return to California. Others gone are Desiree Rogers (social secretary), Mark Lippert (National Security Council), Ellen Moran (communications director) and Gregory B. Craig, (White House counsel). And there are over a dozen others.

Even the liberal press has found itself in a position to admit there is a problem. The evidence from the polls is so overwhelming that NBC, who’s commentators backed Obama dramatically in 2008, feels the need to post this on their website:

Here’s our take  on the new NBC/WSJ poll: “To borrow the famous line from the 1976 film “Network,” Americans are mad as hell at Washington — and they’re not going to take it anymore. That, at least, is the conclusion from the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, which finds:

  • that less than half the country approves of President Obama’s job;
  • that the percentage believing the current Congress is either below average or among the worst is at an all-time high;
  • that the number viewing the Republican Party favorably is at an all-time low;
  • and that the Democratic Party doesn’t fare much better.”

Here’s the Wall Street Journal’s take: “Americans are growing more pessimistic about the economy and the war in Afghanistan, and are losing faith that Democrats have better solutions than Republicans… Underpinning the gloom: Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the economy has yet to hit bottom, a sharply higher percentage than the 53% who felt that way in January.”

The New York Times on the Team Obama members who’ve exited the White House. “Eighteen months into President Obama’s term, some of the first-generation team that arrived with him at the White House are moving on. One by one, usually with little fanfare, they have turned in White House badges and BlackBerrys to rejoin the outside world, some eagerly seeking the exit, others unhappily shown the door.” – MSNBC

We elected a president that was totally unqualified. Now we are paying the price. America has woken up. The press is finally catching on a year or so behind.

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“Obama The Great?”

Barack Obama - Home and ChangeThat’s the headline of the Wall Street Journal article that questions the Siena College poll of 238 “presidential scholars.”

Barack Obama had barely settled in office when he won a Nobel Peace Prize. Though he’s been in the job fewer than 18 months, liberal scholars are already rating him one of our better presidents, finishing ahead of even Ronald Reagan on 20 attributes ranging from legislative accomplishments to integrity. – WSJ

The liberals were snowed by Obama’s Hope and Change promises from the start. And many have yet to wake up.When a poll is given to a group with more balanced ideologue the answers are very different.

The Journal’s survey polled an ideologically balanced group of 85 historians, political scientists, law professors and economists, whose range of political views was similar to that of Americans as a whole. The results? Three presidents were ranked as “great”: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Franklin Roosevelt. Eight presidents were ranked “near great,” including Ronald Reagan, who finished eighth. John F. Kennedy was ranked 18th and Lyndon Johnson was ranked 17th, and those were the only high points for recent presidents.

Obviously, the 2005 Journal survey didn’t rate Mr. Obama. But given the direction of the economy since he took office, a conspicuous absence of foreign policy successes and his falling public approval ratings, it’s doubtful that his preliminary grade among Journal scholars would be nearly as high as the respondents in the Siena poll. – WSJ

The majority of the United States population is beginning to wake up. Quality of life is improving for very few people as a lot of promises are failing to be met.

2008 Campaign Ad:

“In twenty years of public service I have brought Democrats and Republicans together to solve the problems that touch the lives of everyday people. I’ve taken on the drug and insurance companies and won! I defy the politics of the moment and opposed the war in Iraq before it began.”

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Changes so far…

It is now 2010. What changes has Barack Obama made so far? How are they impacting you?

One mission of this blog is to generate some much needed hope. We hope you will contribute!

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Promises to the press

Barack Obama made promises to the press. Promises to be open and honest. The truth is beginning to make itself obvious. And now the liberal press is getting what it voted for, a president who will take away their power.

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