Voter Fraud in Ohio: The Obamanation calls into Alex Jones Show

Not much of a chance that the government whose in power, supported with cheers and whistles by the OBAMANATION, will ever investigate the multiple reports of voter fraud in Ohio and Florida.   But Alex Jones has done a great job of  covering these controversial issues, and this has made many Obama supporters very upset, and they have called in to Alex’s show to harass his team into not reporting the incidents. What follows is a fascinating radio broadcast that articulates the kind of collectivists who supported Obama’s re-election.

You can’t make this stuff up.  It’s all in Agenda 21.  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Rich Hoffman

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Glenn Beck Calls Speaker Boehner “Ball-less”: Companies already laying off to avoid Obamacare

Republicans, this is the cost of not fighting hard enough. This is the cost of compromise, of “playing nice.” Compromise is not a dirty word if you are a progressive, but for everyone else, it’s as dirty as an entire sewage system. One of the great fall outs of Obamacare is that employers must provide the government mandated insurance if employees work over 28 hours per week. This will cause small companies like Target, and Walmart, and Home Depot to only allow their employees to work 28 hours per week. Welcome to the first costs of Obama’s re-election.

John Boehner is a nice guy, and he is my congressman–heck he’s practically my neighbor. I like the man. But Beck is calling the situation the way many Republicans are feeling it, and it is only going to get worse. For all those idiots who voted for Obama, and begged him to steal from the rich to give to the poor, and crush American businesses–good luck at finding a new job. Because they will be harder to come by than ever. Welcome to the OBAMANATION!

Rich Hoffman

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Ron Paul’s Post Election Comments: Republicans better take note

Yes, failure to act will mean the end of the Republican Party. They must adapt, overcome, and win instead of clinging on to what worked in 1980, when most people thought Reagan was nuts. The Republican Party then wanted George Bush over Reagan, which would have been stupid. You have to be in the front of the train of thought, not in the rear end. 12 million voters is a lot of voters who didn’t like the message and just stayed home. Personally, I’m supporting Rand Paul. Get behind him now, or its over forever. Hillary will start running for her run next week I’d say.

Rich Hoffman

 

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Becoming American

“America is over $16 trillion in debt. The “official” unemployment rate still hovers around 8%. Our federal government claims the right to spy on American citizens, indefinitely detain them, and even assassinate them without trial.

Domestic drones fly over the country for civilian surveillance. Twelve million fewer Americans voted in 2012 than in 2008, yet political pundits scratch their heads.

It’s not hard to see why, though.

To go along with endorsing a never-ending policy of bailouts, “stimulus packages,” and foreign military adventurism, the establishment of neither major party questions the assaults on Americans’ liberties I’ve named above.

As my campaign showed, the American people are fed up. Many realized heading into Tuesday that regardless of who won the presidential election, the status quo would be the real victor.

GOP leadership is now questioning why they didn’t perform better.

They’re looking at demographic changes in the United States and implying…

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Rule By Secrecy: Jim Marrs makes more sense than Fox News

“Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the U.S., in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”

–Woodrow Wilson

Within hours of Obama’s re-election, long time media allies to the Tea Party were distancing themselves as they recognized that associating with a group who referred to the modern progressives as socialists was dangerous for their careers. It is dangerous to their careers because the bosses in the progressive party were putting down the clamps with memos and emails now that they had won four more years in The White House, and it was their intention to move the goal posts of America even more to the left than it was already, and those who stood in the way would find themselves out of a job quickly.

In the wake of the election there was a tinge that something wasn’t quite right. It wasn’t just because my guy had lost, but due to all the things that weren’t covered during the election that were very obvious–Benghazi, Obama’s past and presidential record, his radical association of friends—and many more issues were given a free pass. And quickly on election night the stars all lined up for Obama—one of the biggest jokes of a president in my lifetime. As I watched the smoke clear on the day after—I didn’t see any resemblance of my representative Republic known as America. Instead I saw a mob ruled democracy of fools claiming that they had won a great victory when in fact they had won only half the country + 1 welfare recipient desiring a Obama phone. They considered this a mandate to proclaim an overwhelming victory, and their behavior almost came as though it were scripted—even expected.

None of this made any sense to me until I thought of a book I read by Jim Marrs over a decade ago called Rule By Secrecy. Reflecting on that book, suddenly much of the election of 2012 seemed to become clearer. Shamefully it was the vast conspiracy theories of Marrs in that book that illustrated clearly my observations in the wake of that treacherous day in American history. It would seem that Jim Marrs, who can be seen below in the lecture series that he gave years ago was much more right than wrong. I highly recommend watching what Jim Marrs has to say in this very revealing lecture to put into perspective the events of modern politics.

There are no other directions to turn when it is learned that the election process can be manipulated by thieves who can overload the electorate with emotional voters who simply want the government to play Santa Clause in their lives. The plan utilized by so many members from the media all through the political halls of power is so predictable and self-serving that the system is not working the way it was intended, leaving people who do not agree with the politics of progressivism nowhere to turn. The politicians in office do not represent my values. Obama is not my kind of president. Congress is too manipulative—and soft, and the Senate seems like they come from a different planet. Yet listening to them speak on the day after, so many people believe that the progressive party’s narrow victories was a mandate to impose their will on the rest of us, and I can report that such a thing will not happen. Instead, I look to the work of Jim Marrs to understand why I don’t have a representative republic—because his view seems to be the only one that makes sense—even if it falls outside the realm of social acceptability.

As for me and many of the people I call friends, my America is the one that is old-fashioned. I like strong families, I hate drugs, I don’t like to drink or get drunk. I like to read books, I like to learn—I like to take care of my children and be close to them. I like to shoot guns and keep my life to myself. In other words, I like most the America of yesterday, and I want it for my children tomorrow. I do not want what the thugs, goons and imposing creeps of modern progressivism wish to give me and my family. It doesn’t matter if it comes from the Tri-Lateral Commission or just a socialist in the White House, they do not have a right to my life, and they will be denied when they come to my door. When they do my black flag will greet them, because I no longer believe in the political system. I’ve seen enough.

Rich Hoffman

www.tailofthedragonbook.com

 

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