Paul Joseph Watson – “Staged: White House ‘Situation Room’ Photos Part Of Bin Laden Fable”

http://www.prisonplanet.com/staged-white-house-situation-room-photos-part-of-bin-laden-fable.html

Staged: White House “Situation Room” Photos Part Of Bin Laden Fable

Paul Joseph Watson | May 5, 2011

In addition to images of President Obama’s address to the American public on Sunday night, it has emerged that the dramatic photos of Obama, Biden, Hillary Clinton and members of the White House security team watching the assassination of Bin Laden “live” were in fact completely staged, casting further doubt on the ever-changing official account of the operation.

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Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. – “Learning About the State”

http://www.lewrockwell.com/rockwell/learning-about-the-state.html

Learning About the State

Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. | September 24, 2008

What we’ve seen in the last week is the state at work – and by the state, I do not mean a particular set of leaders. If we watch carefully, we can gain insight into what the state is and why our fundamental problem extends far above and below the political party system.

The moment is complicated by the upcoming election, so some people are distracted by the circus of McCain vs. Obama and all the characters associated with that silly little battle. What they are looking at is really the veneer. It is a covering designed to prevent you from seeing what the state is and why it matters.

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Paul Singer, Jennifer Yachnin and Casey Hynes – “The 50 Richest Members of Congress”

http://www.rollcall.com/features/Guide-to-Congress_2008/guide/28506-1.html?type=printer_friendly

The 50 Richest Members of Congress

Paul Singer, Jennifer Yachnin and Casey Hynes | September 22, 2008

Everything that you are about to read might be wrong.

Roll Call’s annual attempt to rank the riches of Members of Congress is hampered by one fundamental flaw: It is based on the lawmakers’ financial disclosure forms, which are extraordinarily unreliable sources of information.

The disclosure rules allow Members to report assets in broad categories, so there is no way to tell the difference between a $20 million investment and a $5 million investment. The top category on the Members’ forms is “over $50 million,” so it is impossible to accurately account for anything worth more than that — like a professional sports team, for example. There is also a gaping loophole for assets owned by the Members’ spouse or dependent children; anything worth more than $1 million in value can be reported as “over $1 million.” There is no way to tell whether that is $1.2 million or $1.2 billion.

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Stephen Lendman – “Subverting Democracy Through Electoral Fraud”

http://www.rense.com/general83/subv.htm

Subverting Democracy Through Electoral Fraud

Stephen Lendman | September 15, 2008

In America and elsewhere, electoral fraud isn’t new nor should anyone be surprised it occurs. But as technology improves, so are better ways found to pre-arrange outcomes. It’s easier than ever today so more time, effort, money and other resources are earmarked for it. The result…

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Karl Rove – “Obama Can’t Win Against Palin”

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122108935141721343.html

Obama Can’t Win Against Palin

Karl Rove | September 11, 2008

Of all the advantages Gov. Sarah Palin has brought to the GOP ticket, the most important may be that she has gotten into Barack Obama’s head. How else to explain Sen. Obama’s decision to go one-on-one against “Sarah Barracuda,” captain of the Wasilla High state basketball champs?

It’s a matchup he’ll lose. If Mr. Obama wants to win, he needs to remember he’s running against John McCain for president, not Mrs. Palin for vice president.

[Ed. Note from Mike: This is an obvious warning piece from the Elite telling who they plan to Crown. Rove’s a piece of shit, but he’s also got inside knowledge. Obamabots, you had your chance to send a message to the Establishment Elite, but instead you voted for a puppet. Here is Rove telling you that you voted wrong, and that Puppet B’s vote will be stolen for Puppet A’s vote. Just think: you could have voted for someone who wasn’t a puppet… but that would have required some sort of pre-requisite thought as well as turning off your television.  You, and we all, lose as a result.  Welcome to the Great Depression a la 2009.  Enjoy your stay in the bread lines.]

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John V. Walsh – “The Beginning of the Realignment of American Politics”

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig7/walsh6.html

The Beginning of the Realignment of American Politics

John V. Walsh | September 12, 2008

No significant political movement takes place without breaking down old alliances and establishing new ones. And so it is with the press conference sponsored today by Ron Paul at the National Press Club. There he was joined by Ralph Nader (Independent), Chuck Baldwin (Constitutionalist) and Cynthia McKinney (Green), to take on the War Party Duopoly.

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Raw Story – “Biden: Senator Clinton might have made a better VP pick”

http://rawstory.com/news/2008/Biden_Senator_Clinton_might_have_made_0910.html

Biden: Senator Clinton might have made a better VP pick

Raw Story | September 10, 2008

“Make no mistake about this,” Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE), Democratic vice presidential nominee, told an audience member at a Wednesday rally in Nashua, New Hampshire, “Hillary Clinton is as qualified or more qualified than I am to be Vice President of the United States of America.”

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Nick Juliano – “Kucinich: Seek truth, not ‘fake political unity'”

http://rawstory.com/news/2008/Kucinich_Seek_truth_not_fake_political_0910.html

Kucinich: Seek truth, not ‘fake political unity’

Nick Juliano | September 10, 2008

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) says he won’t cease his efforts to hold the president and his administration accountable for their alleged abuses of power just because George W. Bush will be returning to his Texas ranch come January.

Kucinich says he wants Congress to create a “Truth and Reconciliation Commission” to examine what really went on within the Bush White House in the aftermath of 9/11 and the lead up to the Iraq war. He says only an independent body with truth-seeking as its goal — rather than “fake political unity” — can repair divisions that have emerged in an increasingly polarized nation.

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Pakistan Daily – “Barack Obama Is Not a US Citizen”

http://www.daily.pk/world/84-worldnews/6726-barack-obama-is-not-a-us-citizen.html

Barack Obama Is Not a US Citizen

Pakistan Daily | August 25, 2008

Birth Certificate Found in Kenya. Citizen of Kenya and Indonesia. Hawaiian Certificate Forged.

On Aug. 21st attorney Philip J. Berg requested an injunction in Federal Court against the nomination of Barack Obama, citing evidence that candidate Barack Obama is not a US citizen, and “the obvious problems that will occur when the Republican Party raises these issues after Obama is nominated.”

Berg argues that Barack Obama was born in Kenya in 1961 to an American woman, Stanley Ann Dunham, and a Kenyan man, Barack Hussein Obama Senior, as reportedly shown by a birth certificate from Mombasa Maternity Hospital. According to the law at that time, a parent could pass US citizenship on to a child born abroad if the parent was at least 19 years old. Obama’s mother was only 18.

No hospital birth certificate has been produced to show Obama was born in Hawaii, only a certificate of birth registry after the fact, which forensics experts have denounced as a forgery.

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Michel Chossudovsky – “Democrats endorse the ‘Global War on Terrorism'”

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=9995

Democrats endorse the “Global War on Terrorism”

Michel Chossudovsky | August 29, 2008

Obama’s “American Promise” is War.

Barack Obama has embraced the “Global War on Terrorism” (GWOT).

The Obama-Biden campaign has endorsed the very foundations of the Bush administration’s foreign policy agenda: “Go after Osama bin Laden, “take him out”.

The rhetoric is softer but the substance is almost identical.

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Michael Colby – “The Obama Poll Drop”

http://www.counterpunch.org/colby09092008.html

The Obama Poll Drop

Michael Colby | September 9, 2008

Oh no, guess what? The liberals are nervous. Yep, the obedient lib-Dems are finally starting to realize that the little party they were having in the immediate aftermath of the Sarah Palin selection may have been a bit premature. Oops.

Liberals never learn. Dems can’t seem to win. And the two phenomena are as connected as John McCain’s eyes have been connected to Palin’s ass.

Drunk on their Obama Kool-aid, the lib-Dems have been putting together their fantasy cabinet selections, planning their election-night party plans, and trying to figure out whom to meet or whom to give money to in order to get some prized inaugural dance tickets. In their minds, this presidential race was over before they could even dismantle the faux-stage at their faux-convention.

Cue screeching car sound – as in: The rubber hitting the road.

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Suzanne Gamboa – “Paul: Reject the major parties, go for a third”

http://www.newsvine.com/_news/2008/09/09/1846709-paul-reject-the-major-parties-go-for-a-third

Paul: Reject the major parties, go for a third

Suzanne Gamboa | September 9, 2008

Libertarian-leaning congressman Ron Paul is urging voters to reject John McCain and Barack Obama and support one of the third-party candidates for president.

Paul, a Republican who abandoned his White House bid earlier this year, is gathering some of the candidates, independent Ralph Nader among them, on Wednesday to make his plea.

“The strongest message can be sent by rejecting the two party system,” Paul said in prepared remarks obtained by AP. “This can be accomplished by voting for one of the non-establishment, principled candidates.”

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World Net Daily – “Nearly 2 in 3 voters want someone else”

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=72455

Nearly 2 in 3 voters want someone else
Stunning 62.4% of Americans would like to see better choices of candidates, parties in future

World Net Daily | August 19, 2008

A Zogby International poll commissioned by WND shows a surprisingly low 71.7 percent closely identifying with either of the two front-running, major-party candidates for president and a stunning 62.4 percent expressing their desire to see more viable candidate and party choices in future elections.

Unlike any other scientific poll conducted in 2008, this survey asked randomly selected respondents about their level of enthusiasm for presidential candidates and offered the actual alternatives to the major party candidates that will appear on most ballots across the country – as well as the option of simply not voting.

Barack Obama came in first with just 38.1 percent of the vote to John McCain’s 33.6 percent.

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Sarah Baxter – “Hillary Clinton’s rich friend Lady de Rothschild ambushes Barack Obama”

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/us_elections/article4547425.ece

Hillary Clinton’s rich friend Lady de Rothschild ambushes Barack Obama
Diehard Hillary fans plan to protest at the party’s crowning of Obama – and may even vote for John McCain

Sarah Baxter | August 17, 2008

At the Democratic national convention next week, Lynn Forester, Lady de Rothschild, one of Britain’s most influential political hostesses, will be contemplating treachery. She poured her heart and money into Hillary Clinton’s campaign and she is thinking of voting for John McCain, the Republican candidate, for president.

She is not impressed by Barack Obama and doubts he will reach the White House. “My loyalty is to the Democrats winning. Barack Obama is going to have a serious problem getting elected, for good reason,” she said in an interview.

“The party needs to face the fact that without Hillary Clinton on the ticket, the Democrats will probably lose.”

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Andy Sullivan – “Huge protests expected at political conventions”

http://rawstory.com/news/2008/Huge_protests_expected_at_political_conventions_0815.html

Huge protests expected at political conventions

Andy Sullivan | August 15, 2008

Thousands of protesters are expected to jam the streets of Denver and St. Paul at the Republican and Democratic conventions in a noisy counterpoint to the parties’ carefully scripted speeches.

In St. Paul, where John McCain will accept the Republican nomination early next month, anti-war and anti-abortion activists could be joined in the streets by off-duty cops picketing for higher pay, while self-described anarchists aim to paralyze the city.

In Denver, where Barack Obama will accept the Democratic nomination later this month, the City Council recently outlawed the possession of “noxious substances” after a councilman warned that activists could use buckets of urine or feces against police.

Activists say their plans don’t involve human waste.

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