Friday, December 5, 2008


Remember today is the day for the Supreme Court hearing concerning Obamas US citizenship. Frivolous I'm sure, but don't be surprised if they rule against Obama. Why? To answer that question answer this, would derailing Obama's election victory be a fig leaf to hide behind when declaring martial law? As we have seen with weapons of mass destruction and TARP the leaf can be very thin.

The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama’s U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by many opponents of Obama’s election.

Legal experts say the appeal holds little chance for success, despite appearing on the court’s Dec. 5 schedule. Legal records show it is the tip of an iceberg of nationwide efforts seeking to derail Obama’s election over accusations that he either wasn’t born a U.S. citizen or that he later renounced his citizenship in Indonesia.
If you watch the video you can see Obama is just the continuation of US Presidents dedicated to a New World Order. So the torch has been passed from the New World Order to the New World Order.


Anonymous said...

Obama is going to be the one in charge when the treasury market blows up, the dollar crashes and the US does a little Argentina dance. He is the one that will have to dump SS and Medicare just as boomer's 401k plans are turned into 101k plans and pension plans go under. That will put a dagger in the heart of the democrats and set up the oligarchs. The republicans ran McCain with the full intention of him losing, Obama was suppose to win. Marshal law will come latter but not now.

Anonymous said...

Time to hand out the tin foil hats.

Anonymous said...

Treasury Department officials are laying the groundwork for seeking the second half of the $700 billion financial rescue package from Congress and have approached President-elect Barack Obama's transition team in an effort to gain access to the funds, sources familiar with the matter said.

With lawmakers on both sides of the aisle expressing heated opposition to such a request, Treasury officials have come to realize that they need the president-elect's help to obtain the rescue money, the sources said.

The Treasury aired the possibility of seeking the second half of the funds with transition team officials, who said they would attend a meeting with lawmakers and the Bush administration if the department pulled one together.

Of the first $350 billion in rescue money provided by Congress, the Treasury has only $15 billion left, which may not be enough to save a major financial institution if it collapses.

Ya think?