[…] If there was never any information given to her [Obama’s literary agent, Miriam Goderich] about Kenya then how did that information get into the bio? Did she just make it up? And if it was an error how did it get past the screening and editing process? And how did the “error” remain uncorrected for 16 years? And why was it suddenly corrected two months after Obama announced for the presidency? According to Erickson and Brietbart: There’s nothing to see here — just move along!
I don’t know just where little Barry first saw the light of day, and I don’t really care. But one thing I know for sure — his ideology was born in the blighted mind of old Karl Marx.
Two U.S. Senators are trying to pass legislation that targets a specific individual whose legal behavior they found offensive.
Democratic politicians — i.e. thieves — are infuriated that guys like Facebook’s Eduardo Saverin are still able to get out of Dodge before being robbed blind by socialists like Chuck E. Schumer and Bob Casey, co-sponsors of the Ex-Patriot Act. (“Ex-Patriots” … a name only a Progressive could have coined to describe his intended victims).
Their so-called “Ex-PATRIOT Act” would impose a mandatory 30 percent tax on American investments for those who renounce their citizenship and would also prohibit individuals like Saverin from re-entering the country.
Imagine the Fagin-like Schumer twirling the villainous ends of his metaphorical moustache, as he called Saverin’s relinquishment of citizenship “despicable”. Well, if there’s anything that Chuck E. knows about, it’s despicable decisions. He’s been making ’em for years.
“Eduardo Saverin wants to de-friend the United States of America. Sen. Casey and I have a status update for him: Pay your taxes in full or don’t ever try to visit the U.S. again. This is a small, narrow group. And they deserve to get the treatment we’re giving them.”
Not everybody gets what they deserve, Chuck. If they did, I’d be a millionaire and you’d be sporting tar and feathers. As Gary DeMar points out at Godfather Politics:
[…] What should be condemned is the idea that any one person should have to pay $67 million in taxes.
David Letterman is an Obama apologist, a “useful idiot,” a description of influential people who supported Soviet Communism. In an interview with NBC News anchor Brian Williams, Letterman asked, “What more do we want this man [Obama] to do for us, honest to God?”
Doing “for us”, Dave? How ’bout what he’s been doing to us! There’s nothing funny about that, even for you.
See also: The Point Is: The Man’s a Liar at What Would The Founders Think