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Posted on 07/03/2008 4:35:19 PM PDT by SE Mom
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Keep the faith...as I’ve mentioned before, last week one of Mrs. Clinton’s PUMA gals was on Fox telling the Friends to stay tuned—that “something” was coming out very soon. They asked what and she was coy but said—election fraud. Well, August is just around the corner and I have my feelings about a bomb dropping then. ;)
The house was built in 1948, is 1,440 sq ft and is assessed at $681,000
I wonder if that was her parents house. 1440 sq. ft is quite small for a 4 bedroom house.
I hope it gets to 20,000 ... ;) and then a petition
signed by millions.
More bc “stuff”
So if people with foreclosed homes decided to sell themselvces into servitude, it wouldn't be appropriate to say that it "is truly sad that our country has come to this..." just because it's not unique to the present?
Very liberal use of terminology there, to call "whiner" on that.
You might want to check this website. I heard an interview of the author this morning. He thinks that the most damning association of all of Obama’s life is Tony Resko. It started before Barry went to Harvard Law. The author, Andy Martin, a Chicago writer says that Tony was the father that Barry never had.
Yet we saw how the media dropped that corruption story down the memory hole.
“The Man Behind the Mask”
Just some links to related threads
Patty // July 23, 2008 at 9:23 am
I read the street address as 6035 KALANIANAOLE HWY but I could be wrong
I thought of that possibility but when I take my magnifying glass to the snippet from the larger article you can clearly make out a 3 in another address. I also thought of the possibility of a 9, but I could make out a 9 real well in another address also. I still think it is an 8. Couldn't find another 8 in that snippet to compare it with though. And funny thing is it is the only number slightly blurred.
txchelle // July 24, 2008 at 1:24 amThat's a very detailed memory of a connection which Duckworth provided. Because of the detail and personal resonance to her own birth circumstance it has as much weight as a two line blurb of a birth announcement in a 1961 edition of the same paper.
An excert from The Honolulu Advertiser newspaper article, January 8, 2006:
Duckworth is happy to point out that she and Hawai`i-raised Punahou graduate Obama have a kama`äina connection.
Both were born outside the country - Obama in Indonesia, Duckworth in Thailand - and graduated from high school in Honolulu - Punahou and McKinley, respectively.
The big thing for me is that Im a McKinley High grad, said Duckworth. That gives you a lot of street creds. I wasnt a rich kid.
The Honolulu Advertiser published a correction on January 16, 2006 that said:Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., was born in Honolulu on Aug. 4, 1961. A Page One story last Sunday contained incorrect information about his birthplace.
And it's noted that the paper doesn't say Duckworth retracted her version.
There are two themes in this speech. One is obvious, the other is hidden, but once seen it becomes glaring -- a cry and lament, a wailing. One comes up right away. The other threads a weave through everthing. I marked out[*] near words that really -- to Obama's inner persona -- mean something else entirely! All my opinion, for sure -- but read and see if you can pick the second and hidden theme out yourself.
Of course the first theme is the subject of the Long Thread, his citizenship status. Obviously he is putting his own status beyond the law -- this is a time for change after all -- he will be our first world citizen President.
But the second theme. Well, that's very very human.
Tonight, I speak to you not as a candidate for President, but as a citizen a proud citizen of the United States, and a fellow citizen of the world.
I know that I dont look like the Americans whove previously spoken in this great city. The journey that led me here is improbable. My mother was born in the heartland of America, but my father grew up herding goats in Kenya. His father my grandfather was a cook, a domestic servant to the British.
At the height of the Cold War, my father decided, like so many others in the forgotten corners of the world, that his yearning his dream required the freedom and opportunity promised by the West. And so he wrote letter after letter to universities all across America until somebody, somewhere answered his prayer for a better life.
That is why Im here. And you are here because you too know that yearning. This city, of all cities, knows the dream of freedom. ... People of the world: now do your duty People of the world, look at Berlin! ... insist that we never forget our common humanity. ... history proved that there is no challenge too great for a world that stands as one.
That is why we cannot afford to be divided. No one nation, no matter how large or powerful, can defeat such challenges alone.
That is why the greatest danger of all is to allow new walls to divide us from one another. ... These now are the walls we must tear down.
But the task is never easy. True partnership and true progress requires constant work and sustained sacrifice. They require sharing the burdens ... They require allies who ... most of all, trust each other.
That is why [*] America cannot turn inward. ... Now is the time to join together, through constant cooperation, strong institutions, shared sacrifice, and a global commitment ... all nations must summon that spirit anew.
This is the moment when ... must have the chance to choose its own tomorrow free from the shadows of yesterday. ... to seek a partnership that extends across this entire continent.
This is the moment when we must come together to save this planet. Let us resolve that we will not leave our children a world where ... [bad things happen] ... Let us resolve that all [*] nation including my own will act with the same seriousness of purpose as has your [*] nation ... This is the moment to give our children back their future. This is the moment to stand as one.
And this is the moment when we must give hope to those left behind ...
[*] America to seek, with other [*] nations, a more hopeful world. Our allegiance has never been to any particular tribe or kingdom indeed, every language is spoken in our country; every culture has left its imprint on ours; every point of view is expressed in our public squares. What has always united us what has always driven our people; what drew my father to Americas shores is a set of ideals that speak to aspirations shared by all people: that we can live free from fear and free from want; that we can speak our minds and assemble with whomever we choose and worship as we please.
.. We are heirs to a struggle for freedom. We are a people of improbable hope. Let us build on our common history, and seize our common destiny, and once again engage in that noble struggle to bring justice and peace to our world.
1- Barack sees one world order, and he’s the head of this order.
2- Barack has issues- as yet unresolved- with his father.
"I want to be President" -- titles of Obama's kindergarten and third grade essays -- both in Indonesian primary schools.
Why? Because he wanted a real Dad. A responsible, unselfish Dad. If he had to fix the whole to do so, he would try. He had a fatherless child's hope that somehow if only the whole world could be fixed -- he would somehow change time.
In his speech's hidden theme America represents his missing Dad, the nations are the Dads of other families -- and even his own step-Dad, presumably there in distant politically unstable Indonesia of the time. The world unity, the being a citizen of the world is a representation of that strong wishful desire to have been a son and brother in a unified family.
He so much wants to have been from a normal whole family of a stalwart Dad and a mother not so diffident and callous to her own parents. How tough it must have been for him to return to Honolulu and live with his grand-parents -- because that meant not only was he Dad-less he was mom-less too. Tough to hold to such a harsh truth, so he becomes a deft repainter of his own legend.
Please do not take this as a armchair this or that. Of course it could be that, but also I am speaking as a son of a big family, as a brother of many and as a Dad myself. I'm projecting from what I have observed in life, filtered through what providence has let me to learn.
I was immediately reminded of Lifespring a cult of the 70's (I had the unfortunate "pleasure" of attending a session).
I am concerned and amazed at the intensity of the Obama Koolaid drinkers. I read of death threats and over the top behavior by some Obamabots then think to Obama's dreams of a Civilian National Security force.
Where is this all headed?
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