Michelle Obama: Election About ‘Who Will Have the Power to Shape Our Children’

Michelle Obama: Election About ‘Who Will Have the Power to Shape Our Children’

michelleIf anyone did not miss the majority of the Republican National Convention RNC, seriously now, who on earth could be more proud of Mr. Trump’s adult offspring?

Sure I thought it was a little dicey having each one of the Trump clan taking such powerful speaking engagements; however, for me and most of my colleagues were in particular agreement at how well polished, strongly spoken, as well as impeccable adult children that each of Mr. Trump’s children are.

First lady Michelle Obama argued that Donald Trump is no example for America’s children during an impassioned pitch for Hillary Clinton’s candidacy at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Monday evening.

Well she has indeed proved that she is no smarter than her lying and nontransparent husband is outright.

Obama threw her support behind Hillary, noting “there were plenty of moments when Hillary could have decided that this work was too hard, that the price of public service was too high, that she was tired of being picked apart for how she looks or how she talks or even how she laughs.”

“But here’s the thing. What I admire most about Hillary is that she never buckles under pressure. She never takes the easy way out. And Hillary Clinton has never quit on anything in her life,” she continued. “And when I think about the kind of president that I want for my girls and all our children, that’s what I want.”

Right here with the above statement is what conjures up such discontent inside of me toward these people. Hillary Clinton has shown me as a professional person that she is a masterful liar. That is her easy way out. So please Mrs. Obama, what’s your excuse for Hillary moving on without Bill in their marriage?  1500px-DesertStormMap_v2_svg

Obama reflected on “the story of this country, the story that has brought me to this stage tonight, the story of generations of people who felt the lash of bondage, the shame of servitude, the sting of segregation, but who kept on striving and hoping and doing what needed to be done so that today I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves.”

There we go — for what’s it worth, we will never, ever be able to heal from what a small proportion of America’s earliest agrarians have done. And as long as this crap happens we never ever will.

James_Madison_140x190The first lady said she wants “a president who will teach our children that everyone in this country matters, a president who truly believes in the vision that our Founders put forth all those years ago that we are all created equal, each a beloved part of the great American story.”

Lady, you certainly need to put more emphasis into my column. Although you single handedly ignored everything that was written yesterday – which certainly allows me to know where your knowledge level is, however, just a quick question: Do you and what’s his name Barack, Berry or Whatever communicate?

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Please everyone who reads this post, please fire a letter, email, or fax to Roger Goodell

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Are we being Sold Out?

Before we all make tremendous fools out of ourselves, let’s look with interest like the privileged sophisticated people we are and with just a little perseverance we may find out the matters to every one of our questions.

Please let us all be responsible people — unlike those St. Louis Rams individuals who took a NFL field in protest with their hands fully raised up, or anything like Messrs. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and others during the Trayvon Martin investigation or taking it back a bit further, those same men at the Duke University La Cross team fiasco, that ended up costing a District Attorney his license to practice law, not to mention his job.

People when we all want something and I sure do, then let’s take the time to prepare for what it is we may find out. Example: As in the paragraph above I mentioned – unlike those St. Louis Rams individuals who took a NFL field in protest over the untimely and significantly unfortunate death of Michael Brown.

Currently I am asking Roger Goodell the Superintendent in charge of the NFL how and why is it that these individuals can be such a bad influence on the community at large; moreover, with millions of fans watching them they script a hogwash message and nothing was said. I am certain that the Black Lives Matter organization has something to say about this fiasco of an incident.

Now if you don’t mind why such a hard unrelenting penalty against a man who can prove, as he has done so many times over that he did not do anything to the footballs during the AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Indianapolis Colts?

As for my integrity (take a queue Roger Goodell) how can a man be convicted, fined, and be faced with millions in legal fees – now that only happens inside of Washington DC, right Hillary Clinton?

I need to say this — it certainly seems as though everyone has got a mouth; rather, they use their mouths to further show what huge asses they and their big mouths are.
Please everyone who reads this post, please fire a letter, email, or fax to Roger Goodell the guy only made like $43 million last year and for what?

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A Look at the Usurpation of Politics

Same Sex Marriage…A Look at the Usurpation of Politics

Now realistically…who did not see this coming? From the instant this entire matter started wearing that fancy “federal” title we knew it was only a matter of time before a decent, respecting, God-fearing state would see the monumentous problems this intrusion has made.
Attorneys for same-sex couples turned away from a marriage license office in Alabama asked a federal judge Tuesday to clarify that local officials must issue the permits.

Gay_Marriage_Alabama-0df69The legal action is the latest twist in a standoff with Alabama authorities defying a federal court ruling that cleared the way for same-sex marriages in the state.

The request on behalf of more than 10 couples came after a majority of probate judges in the state closed up shop Monday rather than issue the licenses.

Alabama joined 36 states and the District with legal same-sex marriage after a federal judge overturned the state’s ban. (For those figuring that’s a HUGE 74%).

On the day that same-sex unions became legal in Alabama, local officials in dozens of counties on Monday defied a federal judge’s decision and refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, casting the state into judicial chaos.

Gay couples were able to get licenses in about a dozen places, including Birmingham, Huntsville and a few other counties where probate judges complied with the judge’s decision. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled early Monday that it would deny Alabama’s request to put the marriages on hold.

This action by the US Supreme Court is a step in maneuvering towards the goal of “Usurpation of politics” insofar as it rightly appears that the local, state, and Supreme Court’s of thirty seven states as well as the District of Columbia are not requisite with earlier decisions made by the federal government.

But in the majority of counties, officials said they would refuse to license same-sex marriages or stop providing licenses altogether, confronting couples — gay and heterosexual — with locked doors and shuttered windows.

Many of the state’s 68 probate judges mounted their resistance to the federal decision at the urging of the firebrand chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Roy Moore. He is best known for refusing more than a decade ago to comply with a court order to remove a monument to the Ten Commandments from the state Supreme Court’s offices.

But the probate judge in Mobile — scene of the most high-profile confrontation — has also asked for legal clarification from the Alabama Supreme Court in a counter move.

It was this court’s chief justice, Roy Moore, who had initially advised the probate judges not to give out the licenses.

“For now, we’re going to maintain the status quo,” the aide, Mark Erwin, told a crowd of about 20 people gathered at probate court.

Despite the chaos, hundreds of gay and lesbian Alabama couples managed to get marriage licenses Monday, activists said.

Some activists believe the state’s chief justice Moore also has intimidated probate judges. A letter late Sunday from Moore claimed probate judges could face reprimands from the governor if they issued same-sex marriage licenses.

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