A Message to Mr.Obama from: We the People

President Obama,  November 2nd came to you as a surprise because you refused to listen to what We the People were trying to say.    I have to ask you Sir,

Can You Hear us Now!

Well Mr President, just to be sure you don’t forget the message we’ve sent to you and Washington, DC. I am attaching a 5 minute video that I strongly suggest you play over and over again until it sinks into that hard head you seem to have.  If you have any aspirations for a Second Term as our President you had better get with the American Program and I would suggest you start now.

It is time for you Sir to begin acting like an American, or better yet, an American President.  If you can’t find it within yourself to do that I would hope you would have enough humanity to just do the right thing and Resign.

America can no longer afford your business as usual

Socialist Communist leanings!


We are the Americans

39 responses to “A Message to Mr.Obama from: We the People

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  2. Good Afternoon my Fellow American Patriots and Friends. Won’t you please join with me here to drive this message home to President Obama?

  3. Which president are you referring to ?
    The one that goes to parties, or the one that holds press conferences.
    This last antic is unbelievable.

  4. Ahahahaha, good one AFVET. I bet Clinton was called in to Tutor Obama on being President. It’s like saying, ok, all you who are against me, I brought my big brother in to beat you up. Ahahahaha, what a Dweeb Obama is!!!!!

  5. I am off to Redneck Country to Celebrate my Youngest Grandson’s 3rd Birthday. I am spoiling this one real good!!!!!!!!!

    I will be back later this evening and hope someone will keep this place running in my absence. Knock your socks off Patriots and give em Hell….. :D

  6. A good time was had by all and with that I must say Good Night America, I am one tired Grandpa ;)

  7. Good Morning my Fellow American Patriots and Friends :D

  8. The Conversion of Barack Obama:

  9. Explosions Rock Stockholm in Failed Terrorist Attack

    A failed terrorist attack in a central Stockholm district full of Christmas shoppers could have been catastrophic, Swedish authorities said late Saturday.

    Police are investigating whether two explosions in Stockholm, an e-mail threat sent shortly before the attack that mentions Afghanistan and the body of a man who was apparently killed in one of the explosions are related.

    “Most worrying attempt at terrorist attack in crowded part of central Stockholm. Failed — but could have been truly catastrophic,” Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said in a Twitter message on Saturday.

    Swedish news agency TT received a warning ten minutes before the bombing. The warning was a recorded message in Swedish and Arabic, which arrived via e-mail, in which the attackers criticized Sweden for not taking action against a caricature of Muhammed, drawn by Lars Wilkes.

    “Our actions will speak for themselves, as long as you do not stop your stupid war against Islam, your humiliation of the prophet, and your support of the pig Wilkes,” the warning said.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/explosion-rock-stockholm-in-failed-terrorist-attack/

  10. Good Bless our Troops this Christmas Season and Thank you so much for your Service:

  11. There is great need for a sarcasm font.

    Have a good evening America

  12. I think Obama may not run for a 2nd term.

    Did you see how quick he existed the stage when he handed it over to Clinton?

  13. Good Morning Arlene and all my favorite American Patriots and Friends :D

  14. Hundreds Protest Against Russian Government

    MOSCOW (AP) — Hundreds of people protested against the Russian government Sunday at two separate rallies in Moscow, with opposition activists calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and nationalists demanding greater rights for ethnic Russians. Several opposition activists were detained.

    A third rally with nationalist overtones drew more than 1,000 students in the southern city of Rostov-on-Don, raising fears that long-standing ethnic tensions were reaching a boiling point.

    The rallies followed violent clashes Saturday just outside the Kremlin walls between riot police and about 5,000 football fans and nationalists, who shouted “Russia for Russians.” Police said 34 people were injured; six of them were still hospitalized on Sunday. All 65 people detained during the clashes have been released.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/hundreds-protest-against-russian-government/

  15. NKorea threatens SKorea with nuclear war

    SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea warned Monday that U.S.-South Korean cooperation could bring a nuclear war to the region, as the South began artillery drills amid lingering tension nearly three weeks after the North’s deadly shelling of a South Korean island.

    The South’s naval live-fire drills are scheduled to run Monday through Friday at 27 sites. The regularly scheduled exercises are getting special attention following a North Korean artillery attack on front-line Yeonpyeong Island that killed two South Korean marines and two civilians.

    The Nov. 23 artillery barrage, the North’s first assault to target a civilian area since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War, began after the North said South Korea first fired artillery toward its territorial waters. South Korea says it fired shells southward, not toward North Korea, as part of routine exercises.

    After the attack, South Korea staged joint military drills with the United States and also pushed ahead with more artillery exercises, despite the North’s warning that they would aggravate tension.

    A South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff officer tried to play down the significance of this week’s drills, saying they are part of routine military exercises and would not occur near the disputed western Korean sea border where last month’s attack took place. The officer, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of office policy, gave no further details.

    North Korea, however, lashed out at Seoul, accusing South Korea of collaborating with the United States and Japan to ratchet up pressure on Pyongyang.

    That cooperation “is nothing but treachery escalating the tension between the North and the South and bringing the dark clouds of a nuclear war to hang over the Korean peninsula,” Pyongyang’s main Rodong Sinmun newspaper said in a commentary carried by the North’s official Korean Central News Agency.

    North Korea has often issued similar threats during standoffs.

    In a show of unity, top diplomats from South Korea, the United States and Japan met in Washington last week and said they would not resume negotiations aimed at persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program until the country’s behavior changes. Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, visited South Korea last week and warned Pyongyang to stop its “belligerent, reckless behavior.”

    On Monday, South Korean and U.S. defense officials met in Seoul for one-day discussions on North Korea and other issues that are part of regular defense talks, according to Seoul’s Defense Ministry.

    At the opening of the meeting, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Michael Schiffer said “the United States stands shoulder to shoulder with the Republic of Korea and with the Korean people in the face of recent North Korean provocations,” referring to South Korea by its formal name.

    Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg was also set to visit China later this week for talks on North Korea amid international pressure for Beijing to use its diplomatic clout to rein in North Korea, its ally. After the China meeting, senior U.S. officials accompanying Steinberg will travel on to Seoul and Tokyo.

    New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, meanwhile, leaves the United States for North Korea on Tuesday. Richardson, who has often acted as a diplomatic troubleshooter, has made regular visits to North Korea and has also hosted North Korean officials in New Mexico.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/12/13/nkorea-threatens-skorea-nuclear-war/#ixzz17zu4wBMU

  16. ‘Douchebag Empire’: Janeane Garofalo’s Anti-UK, Anti-GOP, Profanity-Laced, Hate-Filled Rant

    See Video of your typical Liberal gutter mouth. We deal with this everyday on the web:

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/douche-bag-empire-janeane-garofalo-anti-uk-anti-gop-profanity-laced-hate-filled-rant/

  17. Good Morning Sami and friends!

    What kind of bone-headed stunt will the Community Black Liberation Organizer Man-Child-In-Chief pull this week? Cry on national television or throw a tantrum and blame others for his ineptness? DEM Party trolls been raggin on his ass all weekend. ROFL

  18. Good Afternoon VF and good to see you. Missed you on twitter this morning

  19. Barry should read about the demise of George Armstrong Custer.
    An arrogant individual that dismissed the advice of his scouts, (advisers), and was intent on continuing an attack on an unknown enemy.
    George died, along with his army, glorified as a hero.
    Read history, he was an arrogant fool.

    Bring it Barry.

  20. Good Afternoon AFVET, History now shows us exactly how foolish Custer was and sadly all of his men had to die unnecessarily for his Arrogant Pride. Wonder if he was a Liberal?

  21. Mullen: Risk of War Rising on Korean Peninsula

    The top U.S. military officer said Monday that the danger of war or hostilities on the Korean peninsula is rising, as North Korea warned that cooperation between its southern neighbor and the United States could trigger a nuclear war.

    Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told troops in Baghdad that North Korea has upped the ante in its aggression against South Korea — a pattern he said is tied to preparations for Kim Jong Il to pass power to his son.

    The latest example of bellicose rhetoric came with North Korea warning of nuclear war, as South Korea planned live-fire naval drills to run Monday through Friday. Those drills follow a North Korea artillery attack on front-line Yeonpyeong Island that killed two South Korean marines and two civilians.

    The Nov. 23 artillery barrage, the North’s first assault to target a civilian area since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War, began after the North said South Korea first fired artillery toward its territorial waters. South Korea says it fired shells southward, not toward North Korea, as part of routine exercises.

    After the attack, South Korea staged joint military drills with the United States and also pushed ahead with more artillery exercises, despite the North’s warning that they would aggravate tension.

    A South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff officer tried to play down the significance of this week’s drills, saying they are part of routine military exercises and would not occur near the disputed western Korean sea border where last month’s attack took place. The officer, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of office policy, gave no further details.

    North Korea, however, lashed out at Seoul, accusing South Korea of collaborating with the United States and Japan to ratchet up pressure on Pyongyang.

    That cooperation “is nothing but treachery escalating the tension between the North and the South and bringing the dark clouds of a nuclear war to hang over the Korean peninsula,” Pyongyang’s main Rodong Sinmun newspaper said in a commentary carried by the North’s official Korean Central News Agency.

    North Korea has often issued similar threats during standoffs.

    In a show of unity, top diplomats from South Korea, the United States and Japan met in Washington last week and said they would not resume negotiations aimed at persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program until the country’s behavior changes. Mullen visited South Korea last week and warned Pyongyang to stop its “belligerent, reckless behavior.”

    On Monday, South Korean and U.S. defense officials met in Seoul for one-day discussions on North Korea and other issues that are part of regular defense talks, according to Seoul’s Defense Ministry.

    The Associated Press contributed to this report.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/12/13/mullen-warns-risk-war-rising-korean-peninsula/#ixzz1825jQSYV

  22. Howdy SAMI and all you other Resistance members.
    Just posted Remembering Bob Hope http://crockettlives.wordpress.com/2010/12/14/remembering-bob-hope/

  23. Good Morning Bob Mack and all my Favorite American Patriots and Friends

  24. Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  25. Good morning Sami!

    Just checked out Bobs post… They don’t make em like Bob Hope anymore.

  26. Good Morning Foxwood. Thanks for the Cannon Fire this crisp morning in a Globally Warmed America

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  28. Good Afternoon my friends :)

  29. Good evening………………… anyone?

  30. The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows that 23% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-one percent (41%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -18

  31. Good Morning America :D

  32. SKorea stages mass evacuation drill amid tension

    SEOUL, South Korea – South Koreans stopped their cars, donned gas masks and ducked into underground shelters Wednesday in the country’s biggest-ever evacuation drill — a government attempt to prepare traditionally indifferent citizens for possible new attacks by North Korea.

    Fears of war on the divided Korean peninsula have intensified since the rivals fired artillery shells at each other last month across their tense western sea border. Four South Koreans on a front-line island were killed; the North’s casualties are unknown.

    Many South Koreans have become used to regular North Korean threats to turn the South into a “sea of fire” and have reacted coolly to civil drills in the past. There has been widespread anger and shock, however, over the North’s Nov. 23 artillery bombardment of South Korea’s Yeonpyeong Island.

    It was North Korea’s first assault targeting a civilian area since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War. Both Koreas accuse each other of staging the first provocation. The North claims that South Korea fired artillery toward its territorial waters, while South Korea says it launched shells southward, not toward North Korea, as part of routine exercises.

    The nationwide 20-minute evacuation drills Wednesday were the largest since the country began the training in 1975.

    In frigid temperatures, air raid sirens blared. Government officials and company employees stopped work and evacuated to underground shelters in basements, subway stations and parking lots. Housewives were asked to turn off the gas in their kitchens.

    A dozen South Korean fighters flew over major cities to simulate North Korean airstrikes. Bullet trains ran at low speeds in a symbolic move to join with other stopped vehicles. In downtown Seoul, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) from the heavily militarized border and within easy range of North Korean artillery, the city’s congested streets momentarily cleared as traffic halted.

    There was no penalty for not going to shelters, but authorities encouraged participation, sending out word through the media and posting notices in residential areas. Officials expected up to 12 million of South Korea’s 49 million people to take part in the drill.

    Still, not everyone followed the government’s instructions.

    Lim Soo-ja, 68, was one of dozens of people who didn’t go to underground shelters, instead just standing around near Namdaemun market in central Seoul.

    Her excuse: “I am too tired to move around, and I did not know where I should go.”

    Yu Do-jun, 57, read a newspaper inside his taxi. “I would have gone to an underground shelter if there was a real situation,” Yu said, noting it was difficult to find out where to go.

    At Seoul’s Ahyeon Middle School, 27 students sat in their classroom, dressed in winter coats and wearing white cotton masks over there noses and mouths. When the sirens rang, students lined up in front of their classroom door before marching out to a subway station. Teachers shouted, “No running, no shouting and no talking,” but many students ignored them and ran to the station.

    “We will need these evacuation plans and skills sooner or later in case war breaks out, and I think war can happen any time,” said Han Yoo-jin, 16.

    In Paju, a city near the border with North Korea, dozens of residents ran to underground parking lots and donned gas masks in a drill against chemical, biological and radiological attacks. Rescue workers wearing gas masks and protective suits also brought residents pretending to be infected with chemical agents to ambulances.

    The drills came amid stepped-up diplomatic moves by the United States and regional powers.

    New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, on his way to visit North Korea, was scheduled to stop in Beijing on Thursday. Richardson has often acted as a diplomatic troubleshooter and has made regular visits to North Korea.

    Also Wednesday, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg arrived in Beijing for talks Thursday with Chinese State Councilor Dai Bingguo, Beijing’s top foreign policy official. Dai returned last week from talks in Pyongyang with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.

    China has come under growing pressure from the United States and others to push ally North Korea to change its behavior.

    South Korea’s chief North Korea nuclear envoy traveled to Russia for meetings Wednesday with his Russian counterpart on North Korea.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/12/15/skorea-stages-mass-evacuation-drill-amid-tension/#ixzz18B7QswG1

  33. Hey, SAMI. The North Koreans have gotta be the most intransigent, bellicose gang of communist thugs that ever inhabited a threadbare socialist backwater. Their only importance to the Chinese is as a buffer zone.

  34. Sam, check this out.
    http://www.endingspending.com
    Great site concerning earmarks and the people that are spending the country into oblivion.

  35. Good Afternoon Bob and AFVET ;)

  36. New blog post is out my friends…………………………….. :D

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