Daily Archives: November 1, 2008

What Does Obama Mean by a Civilian National Security Force?

July 2, 2008, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

“We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”

What is he talking about?



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Tito Doesn’t Want the Crumbs

It takes a man like Tito to tell the truth about the plan for us.  And he may know a thing or two about socialism.  “Give them a few crumbs over here, they will be happy, and not ask any questions.” 

Maybe we won’t notice or care that our freedom of speech is being taken from us little by little.  Maybe we won’t notice that the Mainstream Media that did all in their power to get Mr. Obama elected will be the same media that will control and manipulate the people with the blessing of an Obama administration. 

We may even get so brainwashed that we will defend the investigation of private citizens, or the shutting down of local tv or radio stations, or the “punishment” of any newspaper or network who dares to ask a question or report any fact that is not apporved by the Administration.

I saw a spokesman for Obama yesterday take the New York Post, a newspaper that endorsed McCain, wad it up, and throw it to the floor, with great disgust and with voice raised, he said, “Why would we want to  hang out with people we don’t like?”  That’s the very question I have been asking for a while now, “Why did Mr. Obama hang out with radicals and anti-American people if he did not like them?” 

But, back to the point, they are already putting out their mouthpieces to condition us to the fact that there will be a very limited and censored amount of information getting out under an Obama administration.  And if we aren’t careful, we will think it’s just fine. 

There is still time.  Save America.  Vote McCain/Palin


Posted:  11.01.08

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