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« Reply #630 on: August 07, 2009, 01:11:49 PM »

Why Israel Is Nervous


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A recent International Monetary Fund report stated that “macroeconomic conditions in the West Bank have improved” largely because “Israeli restrictions on internal trade and the passage of people have been relaxed significantly.” What’s more, says the IMF, “continuation of the relaxation of restrictions could result in real GDP growth of 7% for 2009 as a whole.” That’s a gross domestic product growth rate Americans would leap at, so what’s this dispute about?

It is, once again, about the subordination of reality to pre-existing theories. In this case, the theory is that every problem in the Middle East is related to the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. The administration takes the view that “merely” improving life for Palestinians and doing the hard work needed to prepare them for eventual independence isn’t enough. Nor is it daunted by the minor detail that half of the eventual Palestine is controlled by the terrorist group Hamas.

Instead, in keeping with its “yes we can” approach and its boundless ambitions, it has decided to go not only for a final peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians, but also for comprehensive peace in the region. Mr. Mitchell explained that this “includes Israel and Palestine, Israel and Syria, Israel and Lebanon and normal relations with all countries in the region. That is President Obama’s personal objective vision and that is what he is asking to achieve. In order to achieve that we have asked all involved to take steps.” The administration (pocketing the economic progress Israel is fostering in the West Bank) decided that Israel’s “step” would be to impose a complete settlement freeze, which would be proffered to the Arabs to elicit “steps” from them.
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But Israelis notice that already the Saudis have refused to take any “steps” toward Israel, and other Arab states are apparently offering weak tea: a quiet meeting here, overflight rights there, but nothing approaching normal relations. They also notice that Mr. Mitchell was in Syria last week, smiling warmly at its repressive ruler Bashar Assad and explaining that the administration would start waiving the sanctions on Syria to allow export of “products related to information technology and telecommunication equipment and parts and components related to the safety of civil aviation” and will “process all eligible applications for export licenses as quickly as possible.” While sanctions on certain Syrian individuals were renewed last week, the message to the regime is that better days lie ahead. Of this approach the Syrian dissident Ammar Abdulhamid told the Wall Street Journ! al, “The regime feels very confident politically now. Damascus feels like it’s getting a lot without giving up anything.” Indeed, no “steps” from Syria appear to be on the horizon, except Mr. Assad’s willingness to come to the negotiating table where he will demand the Golan Heights back but refuse to make the break with Iran and Hezbollah that must be the basis for any serious peace negotiation.

None of this appears to have diminished the administration’s zeal, for bilateral relations with everyone take a back seat once the goal of comprehensive peace is put on the table. The only important thing about a nation’s policies becomes whether it appears to play ball with the big peace effort. The Syrian dictatorship is viciously repressive, houses terrorist groups and happily assists jihadis through Damascus International Airport on their way to Iraq to fight U.S. and Coalition forces, but any concerns we might have are counterbalanced by the desire to get Mr. Assad to buy in to new negotiations with Israel. (Is the new “information technology” we’ll be offering Mr. Assad likely to help dissidents there, or to help him suppress them?)

Future stability in Egypt is uncertain because President Hosni Mubarak is nearing 80, reportedly not in good health, and continues to crush all moderate opposition forces, but this is all ignored as we enlist Mr. Mubarak’s cooperation in the comprehensive peace scheme. As we saw in the latter part of the Clinton and Bush administrations, once you commit to a major effort at an international peace conference or a comprehensive Middle East peace, those goals overwhelm all others.
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Israelis have learned the hard way that reality cannot be ignored and that ideology offers no protection from danger. Four wars and a constant battle against terrorism sobered them up, and made them far less susceptible than most audiences to the Obama speeches that charmed Americans, Europeans, and many Muslim nations. A policy based in realism would help the Palestinians prepare for an eventual state while we turn our energies toward the real challenge confronting the entire region: what is to be done about Iran as it faces its first internal crisis since the regime came to power in 1979.

Mrs. Clinton recently decried “rigid ideologies and old formulas,” but the tension with Israel shows the administration is—up to now—following the old script that attributes every problem in the region to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, while all who live there can see that developments in Iran are in fact the linchpin of the region’s future. The Obama administration’s “old formulas” have produced the current tensions with Israel. They will diminish only if the administration adopts a more realistic view of what progress is possible, and what dangers lurk, in the Middle East.
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« Reply #631 on: August 07, 2009, 07:17:05 PM »

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Just say NO! to another fascist, tyrannical government control designed to remove FREEDOM! This includes fascist healthcare, cap and trade, and all other communist plans they want to employ. NATIONALIZE NOTHING! - THE FED IS NOT! THE MASTER OF ANYTHING - RATHER THE SERVANT OF THE STATES - AND THE STATES ARE A SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE!
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Tension is escalating between the U.S and Israel. The problem: The administration views the Israeli-Palestinian issue as the root of all problems, while Israel is focused on Iran’s nuclear threat, says Elliott Abrams..


I can answer that in one word.............. Obama-nation!!
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« Reply #633 on: August 08, 2009, 11:31:17 AM »

If the government wants to follow me around they are going to get pretty bored!  Most of my action is on the internet, and for that I expect they will arrest me one day for voicing my views all over it!
I can see why America is not mentioned in Prophecy.  We aren't going to BE America by that time.
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« Reply #634 on: August 08, 2009, 01:54:57 PM »

If the government wants to follow me around they are going to get pretty bored!  Most of my action is on the internet, and for that I expect they will arrest me one day for voicing my views all over it!
I can see why America is not mentioned in Prophecy.  We aren't going to BE America by that time.

Sadly, I think that you hit the nail on the head. The rapid changes we're watching are evil and destructive. There won't be much left soon unless we can stop or slow the communist gang in Washington DC. The silent majority is beginning to wake up and pay attention, but nobody knows what will happen. Most of our so-called representatives are trampling the RULE OF LAW AND THE CONSTITUTION. They need to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law and learn how to read in PRISON.
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« Reply #635 on: August 11, 2009, 02:31:06 AM »

Conservatives 'mad,' speaking out about Obamacare
Jim Brown - OneNewsNow - 8/10/2009 6:00:00 AM

The head of a conservative group the White House accused of "manufacturing outrage" at healthcare town hall meetings says the charge is a "delusion."
 

Last week, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs accused the group Conservatives for Patients Rights (CPR) and its leader Rick Scott of "manufacturing anger" at town hall meetings where Democratic lawmakers have been aggressively challenged over their support for a government-run healthcare plan.
 
"I think what you've seen is they've bragged about manufacturing, to some degree, that anger. I think you've got somebody who's very involved, a leader of that group that's very involved in the status quo. A CEO that used to run a healthcare company that was fined by the federal government $1.7 billion for fraud," Gibbs says. "I think that's a lot of what you need to know about the motives of that group."
 
When asked to respond to the Gibbs comment, CPR chairman Scott joked that he "must be a very powerful person."
 
"You know, what's happened, and the White House is in denial, the American public [has] read the bill, they understand the bill, and they're mad about the bill, and they're showing up," he points out. "As much as...people can take credit for trying to educate people."
 
Scott believes President Obama and Capitol Hill Democrats still underestimate the opposition to their healthcare legislation.
 
"The American public [says], 'Wait a minute, you're going to cut Medicare $400 billion and you don't think it's going to impact me?' So Medicare recipients are mad," Scott adds. "Other people are saying, 'Fix the economy first before you raise all of our taxes.' And then other people saying, 'Wait a minute, I don't want to pay all these taxes. I don't want mandates. And I know what that system is like over in the U.K. and Canada. They're horrible.'"
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« Reply #636 on: August 11, 2009, 02:48:36 AM »

 
"I think what you've seen is they've bragged about manufacturing, to some degree, that anger. I think you've got somebody who's very involved, a leader of that group that's very involved in the status quo. A CEO that used to run a healthcare company that was fined by the federal government $1.7 billion for fraud," Gibbs says. "I think that's a lot of what you need to know about the motives of that group."
 

I just had to post this article so that I could point out this quote by Robert Gibbs.  Is this guy for real??  He is so far out in la la land that I'm surprised the mental institution he walked away from hasn't come to claim him yet!  Do you think he believes himself or do you think that he really thinks that he's fooling the rest of us?  Talk about "One Flew Over The Cockoo's Nest"!

       


Yep.  Pretty strong resemblance, I'd say....
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« Reply #637 on: August 11, 2009, 09:19:21 AM »

Naw ...  the Cocoa Puffs bird is quite sane in comparison.

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« Reply #638 on: August 11, 2009, 12:05:42 PM »

Naw ...  the Cocoa Puffs bird is quite sane in comparison.



Yes!  I agree!  At least the Cocoa Bird's eyes aren't crossed and he's never lied to us!
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« Reply #639 on: August 11, 2009, 12:35:29 PM »

 Grin   Grin   Grin    ROFL!

I think that Gibbs should try his presentations first at the zoo before trying to sell something to the press or the public. The same is true for many of our so-called representatives. The general public is much more intelligent than what they think, and most of us can even read their garbage, socialist bills that remove our freedoms and mandate immoral acts. It's not a matter of them explaining it to us, rather a matter of us not tolerating their illegal, immoral, and Unconstitutional plans.

 
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« Reply #640 on: September 01, 2009, 09:39:27 AM »

State preps to relocate quarantined H1N1 victims
'Your home and other less restrictive alternatives are not acceptable'

A blank document from the Iowa Department of Public Health has been discovered online, designed to be filled in with the name of an H1N1 virus victim who is required to relocate from his or her home to a quarantine facility.

The form, which began appearing today in e-mails and on the Internet, has concerned a confused public already swimming in conflicting reports about the severity of the swine flu and intrusive government measures that many fear may be taken if the disease becomes a pandemic.

The Iowa document, which WND confirmed with state officials is authentic, has done little to calm the public's fears.

"The Iowa Department of Public Health has determined that you have had contact with a person with Novel Influenza A H1N1," the form reads. "The Department has determined that it is necessary to quarantine your movement to a specific facility to prevent further spread of this disease.

"The Department has determined that quarantine in your home and other less restrictive alternatives are not acceptable," the document continues, before listing mandatory provisions of compliance with relocation to a quarantine facility.

The blank-form document, which has no name or case number listed, is titled a "Facility Quarantine Order," and though Iowa Department of Public Health Medical Director Patricia Quinlisk confirmed the state has the form, she told WND it's highly unlikely it will ever be used.

"We've had these kinds of template orders for years, but we hardly ever use them," Quinslick said. "I can count on two hands the number of times – in 20 years – that we've had to relocate a person because of quarantine."

Quinslick wasn't certain who released the blank document, or who signed her name to the bottom of it, but she wasn't concerned that it's been made public.

"We're not trying to hide anything," she said. "This is the kind of form we use."

Quinslick told WND her department has prepared similar documents for several contagious diseases to "have them ready just in case."

But at the same time, she said, state law requires that when IPDH does need to quarantine someone, it be done in the least restrictive way possible, which typically means in the person's home.

"Usually when we relocate, it's only because they have no place to be, like a homeless tuberculosis patient," Quinslick said, "One time, I recall, we relocated a homeless man to his relative's house."

The Facility Quarantine Order for the H1N1 virus that has been circulated online illustrates Quinslick's point.

Following the order that a person be removed from his or her home, the form contains a blank for explaining the reason, including one of the following: "the person violated a previously issued home quarantine order, the person does not have an appropriate home setting conducive to home quarantine, etc."

Quinslick told WND it was doubly unlikely the state would use the form, since the swine flu has proven less dangerous than earlier estimates.

"I don't anticipate using [the form] for H1N1, since it's been shown to be a very mild disease," Quinslick said. "We found this spring it's not as serious as feared."

As for fears that Iowa is preparing detention centers for rounding up the people who refuse swine flu shots, Quinslick was quick to dismiss the idea.

"Iowa has no relocation facility currently," she said. "If we can't quarantine a person in their home, we usually use a hotel room. There's not a facility, no gymnasium or anything like that set up.

"And I've never been in on any discussion of forcing people to be vaccinated," she added. "If there's a highly contagious outbreak and a person refuses vaccination, that's fine, they don't need to be vaccinated, but they may need to stay home until we're certain the danger has passed."


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« Reply #641 on: September 01, 2009, 11:57:43 AM »

The quarantine doesn't pass the smell test. Why haven't they used it on the HUGE and DEADLY AIDS EPIDEMIC?
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« Reply #642 on: September 09, 2009, 12:08:51 PM »

The quarantine doesn't pass the smell test. Why haven't they used it on the HUGE and DEADLY AIDS EPIDEMIC?

Good question!  I never thought of that!
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« Reply #643 on: September 09, 2009, 12:09:39 PM »

Federal Government Will Borrow 40 Percent of the Money It Spends Next Year    

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According to the Obama administration’s mid-session budget update, the federal government will have to borrow nearly 40 percent of its total expenditures in 2010.

The report, “Mid-Session Review, Budget of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Year 2010,” shows that 39.9 percent of all federal income will be borrowed, making borrowing the single largest share of revenue in 2010. The next largest component of federal revenue is the personal income tax, which accounts for only 27.3 percent of federal funds.

This is only slightly lower than in 2009, when the federal government borrowed 43.3 percent of the money it has spent so far.

The 2010 figures are estimates, based on current policy proposals which have not all been enacted yet. However, all new spending proposals, including spending from initiatives such as health care reform and a proposed cap-and-trade program, would be added to the 2010 deficit.

The revised budget estimates mean that the government will be borrowing the second largest share of federal spending since World War II, when the federal government borrowed 62 percent of the budget in 1943, at the war’s apex. Borrowing, however, dropped off quickly after the war, falling to 28 percent in 1946 – with the government running at a surplus by 1947.

That does not seem to be the case this time, because Obama administration projections show the borrowed share of the budget staying at Cold War levels until 2019, when government will borrow 17.3 percent of its budget.

Overall, the Obama administration forecasts spending to be higher than tax revenues, with spending projected to total $43 trillion from 2010 to 2019, borrowing 20 percent of it – or $9.05 trillion.

This level of borrowing is unprecedented even during recessions. During the long recession of the 1970’s, federal borrowing never rose above 20 percent of total expenditures despite nearly a decade of sluggish economic growth, high inflation and an international oil crisis.

Debt as a share of the budget reached 15 percent during the 1987 recession. Borrowing was generally high during much of the early Reagan administration, reaching a peak of 25 percent in 1983.

However, Obama’s borrowing is 10 times greater than Reagan’s, which was fueled largely by defense spending as America battled the Soviet Union for dominance in the Cold War.

Obama’s 2010 spending is almost entirely domestic, by contrast, with mandatory spending programs, such as the bank bailout and stimulus spending programs nearly equaling defense expenditures despite two ongoing wars.

In fact, defense spending, including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, account for 19 percent of federal spending while mandatory programs such as the bailout and the stimulus spending programs account for 18.9 percent.

Entitlement programs, by contrast, including Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid account for 38.2 percent of total government spending.

Non-defense discretionary spending, which includes the rest of the federal government, accounts for 18.5 percent and interest payments on the current federal debt, valued at $11.7 trillion, accounted for 5.2 percent of spending.

Brian Riedel, budget analyst at the conservative Heritage Foundation, said that the historic levels of borrowing proposed by Obama are not likely to abate, due to what he said were anti-growth policies pursued by the president.

“Two-thirds of the budget was eliminated after World War II ended,” Riedel told CNSNews.com. “But that’s not going to happen now. The White House thinks growth is going to rebound pretty quickly … which I find unrealistic, given some of the anti-growth policies that are a part of the president’s budget.

“Tax increases, cap-and-trade, health care, all of these are going to harm the economy, and they’re going to reduce the growth rate long-term,” he added.

“The lower economic growth is – the lower tax revenues come in, and that means higher borrowing is needed to compensate,” said Riedel.
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« Reply #644 on: September 14, 2009, 02:54:29 AM »

Obama school-'safety' chief: How to jam homosexuality
'If Radical Right can succeed in portraying us as preying on children, we will lose'


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President Obama's choice to monitor school safety once boasted that he introduced homosexual advocacy into the school system in Massachusetts by manipulating the message presented to lawmakers.

The revelations about Kevin Jennings, who was named assistant deputy secretary for the office of Safe & Drug Free Schools in the U.S. Department of Education, come just as several of Obama's "czars" have come under scrutiny for their actions, opinions and affiliations.

Environmental adviser Van Jones resigned last weekend after revelations of his links to communism and his advocacy for the movement that contends the U.S. government conspired to allow or cause 9/11. Harvard professor Cass Sunstein, confirmed this week by the Senate as the administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs at the Office of Budget and Management, was exposed for his belief that animals should be given legal rights like humans.

Technically, Jennings is not one of Obama's "czars," who are special advisers to the president accountable to no one but the president. Jennings was named to a post in the Department of Education. However, his hiring did not require legislative oversight, such as the Senate vetting process required for other appointees.

Jennings is the founder and former executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network, which "works to make schools safe for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity," according to the government announcement of his appointment.

In his position, he's responsible for oversight of programs that involve "safety" for public schools across the nation.

In 1995, he gave a speech in which he described how he has used the concept of "safety" in schools to promote homosexual advocacy in public schools in Massachusetts. He gave a speech called "Winning the Culture War" at the Human Rights Campaign Fund Leadership Conference on March 5 of that year.

Excerpts have been posted on the website of MassResistance, where chief Brian Camenker has worked to oppose the demands of homosexual activists.

In the speech, Jennings described how he was concerned about being described as promoting homosexuality, so he chose to campaign on the idea of "safety" instead.

"If the radical right can succeed in portraying us as preying on children, we will lose. Their language – 'promoting homosexuality' is one example – is laced with subtle and not-so-subtle innuendo that we are 'after their kids,'" he told the conference.

"We must learn from the abortion struggle, where the clever claiming of the term 'pro-life' allowed those who opposed abortion on demand to frame the issue to their advantage, to make sure that we do not allow ourselves to be painted into a corner before the debate even begins."

He continued, "In Massachusetts the effective reframing of this issue was the key to the success of the Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth. We immediately seized upon the opponent's calling card – safety – and explained how homophobia represents a threat to students' safety by creating a climate where violence, name-calling, health problems, and suicide are common. Titling our report 'Making Schools Safe for Gay and Lesbian Youth,' we automatically threw our opponents onto the defensive and stole their best line of attack. This framing short-circuited their arguments and left them back-pedaling from day one."

Camenker called Jennings' work the "landmark" speech on how to portray the promotion of homosexuality as a "safety" issue in order to gain favor in the eye of the public.

Said Jennings, "Finding the effective frame for your community is the key to victory. It must be linked to universal values that everyone in the community has in common. In Massachusetts, no one could speak up against our frame and say, 'Why, yes, I do think students should kill themselves': this allowed us to set the terms for debate."

MassResistance also has reported that it was Jennings' group that in 2000 held a seminar for public school teens on the benefits of "fisting." The group handed out a document called "The Little Black Book" to young teens, a pornographic homosexual how-to that includes a directory of homosexual bars.

Jennings also has, according to a report from Americans for Truth, condemned the "religious right" with an obscene suggestion.

The report said Jennings, talking to a church audience in New York in 2000, said, "Twenty percent of people are hard-core fair-minded [pro-homosexual] people. Twenty percent are hard-core [anti-homosexual] bigots. We need to ignore the hard-core bigots, get more of the hard-core fair-minded people to speak up, and we’ll pull that 60 percent [of people in the middle] over to our side. That's really what I think our strategy has to be. We have to quit being afraid of the religious right. We also have to quit — I'm trying to find a way to say this. I’m trying not to say, '[F—] 'em!' which is what I want to say, because I don't care what they think!"

Jennings strategy was so successful that his state's governor's "Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth" has brought homosexuality programs into schools throughout the state.

According to the MassResistance website, now parents are "astounded" that homosexual assemblies, plays, clubs, counseling sessions, books and other celebrations of a sexual lifestyle are for "safety."

"In fact, none of these so-called suicide prevention programs have any legitimate medical or psychological basis. No one with actual credentials to deal with suicide, or even mainstream suicide-prevention groups such as the Samaritans, are ever involved. Yet, they're dealing with vulnerable children. Upon examination, you see that all of these programs are simply put together by homosexual activists to normalize homosexuality in the minds of as many kids as possible – and if possible without any parental knowledge or consent," the analysis says.

WND reported earlier when it became known that Jennings was appointed.

At the time, Linda Harvey of Mission America, which educates people on anti-Christian trends in the nation, said it is nothing less than a "tragedy" for an open homosexual who has "had an enormously detrimental impact on the climate in our schools" to be in such a position.

Jennings also wrote the foreword for a book called "Queering Elementary Education: Advancing the Dialogue about Sexualities and Schooling."

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