At 12:54 a.m., on Saturday December 22, President Barack Obama and his family arrived at Kailua, a Hawaiian town on the island of Oahu. Almost five days later, Obama, leaving his wife and kids behind, departed the island to return to Washington, D.C. Obama’s vacation lasted a brief 118 hours, according to pool reports. So what did Obama do during his vacation? Mainly, he golfed. Obama spent about 17 and a half hours golfing this Christmas vacation. On December 26, Obama left his vacation home at 9:27 to spend about 6 hours on the links, with buddies
Plenty of time to smoke Maui Wowie and use the other stuff. The Obamas act like they won the lottery and live large on OUR dollars. But they are low lifes and it shows. They fool only the low information voters.
Just enough time hangin out before he heads back to DC to hook up with his bodyman..,Reggie Love. Put on a show for the panting press but his real vacation begins in DC with Mooch nd the girls out of the way. Disgusting creep.
Ramos, who lives in Denver, made the news numerous times. Once he vouched for Bobby Titcombe when he was arrested for soliciting a (male) prostitute. Again on Election Day Ramos was one of those rounded up for the pickup basketball game with Obie, the roundup at Obie´s specific instruction to Reggie Love.
He spends as much time with his boys as he can manage. Seemingly endless hours on the golf course are a good cover, it appears.
When obama began his run for potus, his wife was repeatedly interviewed. This is exactly how he behaved during most of their married life. Just prior to his run, his wife claims she saw him exactly 10 times during the year leading up to his run. Nothing new here.
As #7 reminds US of Obama not going to church all of December, remember there was not a "real" crisis that needed him to "pretend" he believed God would intervene. He, himself, is willing/able to do all that American needs.
What a disaster we have on our hands at the White House. It is like a tornado or storm has hit and we, as citizens, are unable to weather it with this man at the helm.
Pray for America! Only God Himself is able/willing to come to our aid, if only we, just as we are, humble ourselves, pray and learn to listen to His Word being spoken in our hearts/ears daily.
American Believers need to unite in prayer, saying:
Phillipians 4:6 -
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication (be specific), with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known unto God and the Peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Amen
This prayer says it all!
Where are our convictions and in Whom do we trust!?
Look at your currency, it still states "In God we Trust"!
Our true Faith is being tested daily Our only Hope is in Jesus Christ Our Love is able to succeed because it came from Jesus that special Christmas morn, knowing our need.
Nothing has changed. The world is still in need of a Savior. Let´s introduce Him to those lost and afraid, maybe even Obama himself!
During his testimony Tuesday before the Senate about the U.S. intervening in Syria, as Secretary of State John F. Kerry finished his opening statement, Code Pink´s Medea Benjamin started an intentional ruckus, shouting, "Secretary Kerry, the people do not want" war with Syria! As security hauled her out, Kerry talked about how he agreed with her "the first time I testified before this committee" when he was 27-years old, forty-two years ago. You know the first time I testified before this committee, when I was 27 years-old, I had feeling very similar to that protester … and I think we
New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan characterized the paper´s Syria coverage as not "sufficiently skeptical" of President Obama´s case for war. Going further, Sullivan accused her paper of using the administration´s voice rather than their own in reporting: I´ve been observing The Times´s Syria coverage and its editorials for many weeks, with an eye to this question. While The Times has offered deep and rich coverage from both Washington and the Syrian region, the tone cannot be described as consistently skeptical. I have noticed in recent weeks the ways that other major newspapers have signaled to their readers that
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — The Army psychiatrist sentenced to death for the Fort Hood shooting rampage has been forcibly shaved, an Army spokesman said Tuesday. Maj. Nidal Hasan began growing a beard in the years after the November 2009 shooting that left 13 dead and 30 wounded. The beard prompted delays to his court-martial because it violated Army grooming regulations. He was convicted of all charges last month at his court-martial at the Central Texas Army post and sentenced to death. Now, Hasan is an inmate at the U.S. Detention Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., home to the military death
During this afternoon’s Senate hearing on a potential use of force against Syria, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) challenged Secretary of State John Kerry to commit to honoring Congress’ vote on the resolution, even if that vote so happens to reject the administration’s proposed interventions. In return, Sec. Kerry dismissed Paul’s challenges, telling him he cannot speak for the president in advance. “I want to be proud of the president,” Paul said before his peers on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. “But every time I’m just about there, I get word that really he doesn’t mean it, that he’s going to
The new $6.4billion eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge has been opened to traffic after years of delays and cost overruns, carrying its first drivers across the bay late Monday night just hours before the beginning of the work week. The reopening came after the California Highway Patrol conducted a final security check and toll takers resumed their positions following a five-day closure as crews completed striping, railing and other final details on the new gleaming white span. Cars began lining up hours earlier in an attempt to be among the first on the new span, and CHP
Secretary of State John Kerry´s wife made her first public appearance on Tuesday since suffering a seizure in early July. Teresa Heinz Kerry was seated in the row behind her husband as he testified Tuesday at a Senate hearing on Syria. The secretary of state and the chairman of the committee, Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, both commented on her presence. The 74-year-old Heinz Kerry suffered a seizure at the couple´s Nantucket home July 7. She was treated at a Nantucket hospital and another in Boston before being released three weeks later.
Secretary of State John Kerry testified on Tuesday that failing to strike Syria in response to a chemical weapons attack would open a "Pandora´s box" of "dangerous consequences," leaving U.S. allies questioning the worth of America´s word and U.S. enemies itching to test America´s resolve. The argument was part of the forceful case Kerry made for military action in Syria, during the first Capitol Hill hearing on President Obama´s request for authorization for a strike. The hearing came as the administration began to earn the support of congressional leaders, though some rank-and-file members continued to show reluctance. Kerry, along with
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens will be part of a major Obamacare enrollment push by Maryland health officials, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced today. “Research shows that 71 percent of the uninsured population in Maryland have watched, attended or listened to a Ravens game in the past 12 months,” according to the state’s insurance exchange, Maryland Health Connection.“The partnership will provide Maryland Health Connection with the opportunity to reach and engage fans while making them aware of the new opportunity they have for health coverage beginning this fall through the health insurance marketplace.”
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Hardly a week passes without Hillary Clinton providing yet more evidence that she intends to run for president. Clinton yesterday tweeted what was presumably intended as congratulations to Diana Nyad for her extraordinary feat of swimming 110 miles from Cuba to Key West, the first person to do so without the safety net of a shark cage. Here is what Clinton tweeted after Nyad reached Florida -- Flying to 112 countries is a lot until you consider swimming between 2. Feels like I swim with sharks - but you actually did it! Congrats! Best example of a humble brag in recent
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) will be celebrating his wife’s 50th birthday instead of attending a campaign rally with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.). “In a choice between Mary Pat Christie and Rand Paul, it’s no choice for me,” Christie told reporters at a press conference Tuesday. Christie will be skipping a campaign rally Sept. 13 for Steve Lonegan, Newark Mayor Cory Booker’s GOP Senate challenger. Recent polls have found Booker leading Lonegan by double digits. They’re both vying to fill the vacant seat left by the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.). Christie explained he’ll be gone the day of the
The White House faces a tough task in convincing a majority in the House and Senate to approve authorization for a military strike against Syria. The administration is pulling out all the stops to convince Congress, but Democrats and Republicans alike are seeking more answers from the White House on the U.S. mission in Syria. Some on the right and the left have already staked out firm opposition. The White House has found two key GOP allies: Sens. John McCain (Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (S.C.). (Snip) The following is the The Hill´s whip list on Syria.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is concerned about the threat posed by global warming. Speaking Monday via satellite to climate experts gathered for this week’s Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) in the Marshall Islands, US Secretary of State John Kerry asserted that climate change needs to be taken more seriously and that action can be taken to stem the tide of consequence. The Marshall Islands, at no more than three feet above sea level, are especially at risk of rising seas, one of the many effects of global warming.‘The science is clear. It is irrefutable and it is alarming,’ Mr
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Monday that it would be “catastrophic” if a use-of-force resolution against Syria fails to pass Congress. “A rejection of this resolution would be catastrophic, not just for him but for the institution of the presidency and the credibility of the United States,” McCain said after meeting with President Barack Obama. Yet McCain said he has not yet been persuaded to support Obama’s Syria proposal because the president has yet to outline his plan of attack against the Assad regime.
Both House Speaker John Boehner and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday that they would support President Barack Obama´s plan for limited military action in Syria, with Boehner saying that it´s "something the country needs to do." Both addressed reporters after a meeting Tuesday morning between Obama and Congressional leaders on Syria. "I´m going to support the president´s call for action, and I believe my colleagues should," Boehner said. Boehner´s support is significant for passage in a couple of ways. He rarely gets out publicly ahead of his Republican conference, so it suggests that he feels strongly a
On Tuesday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) suggested that Fox News host Brian Kilmeade was Islamaphobic because he said that Syrian opposition groups shouting “Allahu Akhbar! Allahu Akhbar!” as rockets hit government offices demonstrated Islamist influence among the opposition. “I have a problem helping those people screaming that after a hit,” Kilmeade said. McCain responded: “Would you have a problem with an American or Christians saying ‘thank God? Thank God?’”
In what is being reported as a surprise move, the 40,000 members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) announced that they have formally ended their association with the AFL-CIO, one of the nation´s largest private sector unions. The Longshoremen citied Obamacare and immigration reform as two important causes of their disaffiliation. In an August 29 letter to AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, ILWU President Robert McEllrath cited quite a list of grievances as reasons for the disillusion of their affiliation, but prominent among them was the AFL-CIO´s support of Obamare. "We feel the Federation has done a great disservice
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WASHINGTON — The White House’s aggressive push for Congressional approval of an attack on Syria appeared to have won the tentative support of one of President Obama’s most hawkish Republican critics, Senator John McCain of Arizona, who said Monday that he supported a “limited” strike if the president did more to arm the Syrian opposition. In an hourlong meeting at the White House, Mr. McCain said Mr. Obama gave general support to doing more for the Syrian rebels, although no specifics were discussed. In the same conversation, which also included Senator Lindsey Graham, the South Carolina Republican, officials said that
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If you were hoping for one more overblown controversy to end your summer, your wish has been granted. President Obama put his foot on his desk in a White House photo, and although it admittedly does look a little cheesy, people are outraged over the leader of the free world placing his foot atop the Resolute Desk because it’s undignified and beneath the office of the president… although technically it’s in the office of the… the point is, people are not happy. Here’s the image that has everyone freaking out so much: [Photo] And here’s a sampling of some of
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Portland is in the middle of a nasty bout of black mob violence. This time directed at bicyclists. But Tim Oberlander does not want us to know. Oberlander says he wants to be able to live in a city that does good things for good people. So what’s wrong with that? Everything. Oberlander is a news editor at KGW TV in Portland. His city is under attack from black mob violence centered around Martin Luther King Boulevard. This mob has been attacking bike riders, housewives, students, seniors, you name it. These attacks are part of a long — but quiet