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Janice
03-26-2012, 07:43 AM
http://i.imgur.com/RrFDy.jpg (http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=HOPE+IS+NOT+A+STRATEGY%3A+Leadership+Less ons+from+the+Obama+Presidency&x=15&y=22)

Is There An Imposter In The White House? An Excerpt from "Hope Is Not A Strategy"

There is something very wrong when the sitting president refuses to divulge huge pieces of information about his background. What is he hiding? Maybe the “birthers” were a little extreme, but is there something wrong with this “manufactured candidate,” whose history remains sealed from public view? What is he hiding?

Could the “Hawaii birth certificate” be a forgery? Is there something much worse—like “sponsorship” by an unnamed special interest? I don’t know. I do know that the man in the White House now is an imposter. The only question is which kind of an imposter: an incompetent “pretender” or a genuine phony, a “Manchurian candidate,” who is a liberal, ˝ black and ˝ white, and an obvious Muslim sympathizer (despite claims of being a Christian—in clear conflict with his non-Christian behavior).

Will this campaign expose him as the imposter, and the pretender his behavior has revealed? Will it expose his hidden history and murky background. We know about his failures and mistakes. >>>

After the first three plus years of the presidency, it is painfully clear that Barack Obama was a “pretty face,” and “glib speaker” and a lightweight liberal politician with a community organizer/radical background. The American people should be outraged at this man’s behavior and even his candidacy. Why are they not? Because of the misinformation delivered by sympathetic liberal/mainstream media who loves his nonsensical form of governing. >>>

What should Americans think about this “imposter?” Will he divulge his true background so we can all see who he is and where he came from—really? If not, is this just a man who should never have been sworn into the office of President in the first place, and who has crippled Americans miserably during his term?

Will we continue to believe his misstatements (the politically correct term for lies)? Can he simply use the media to “erase and forget the past three years of misery and missteps?” Or will we learn from his imperialistic behavior and terrible results and throw him out in November?

Forbes, by John Mariotti (http://www.forbes.com/sites/prospernow/2012/03/24/is-there-an-imposter-in-the-white-house-an-excerpt-from-hope-is-not-a-strategy/)

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I could overlook a background if the person was competent! Obama is not now, nor has he ever been a leader. Obama's ideology has not, and will never work. Obama is not and never was a manager. Obama does not now or ever have original thoughts. As Diana West pointed out, the mainstream media are avoiding the issue of Obama's background and past like the plague.

Edit: Has this article already been scrubbed from the internet?

Janice
03-26-2012, 07:56 AM
Here is an excerpts from HOPE IS NOT A STRATEGY: Leadership Lessons from the Obama Presidency. The book is now available on www.amazon.com in paperback and Kindle versions. (http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=HOPE+IS+NOT+A+STRATEGY%3A+Leadership+Less ons+from+the+Obama+Presidency&x=15&y=22) Other in e-book versions are available at www.smashwords.com.

Excerpt from the chapter: Beware the Pretender:

…”No matter how many times President Obama refers to the “problems he inherited,” he has now been in office three years. Certainly many of the current problems can be traced back to events that happened during the eight years that Bush held the top office, and some can be traced back to even earlier presidencies—but far from all of them.
Many of the problems are newly created (or made worse), and Barack Obama owns them. Candidate Obama stepped up and essentially said, “I want the job, and everything that comes with it” by running for president. After three years in office, the problems now belong to him and his presidency. He caused them, made them worse, or didn’t solve them. Either way, they are his now.
…In leadership, you cannot “pretend” to be a leader. You either are—or you aren’t—a leader. One or the other will become apparent very quickly.
If you want the leadership job, you must step up and take full ownership of it. A “pretender” or “poser” is like an actor who has learned all the right lines, but has no idea what they mean. Once the script has been followed (or deviated from), the actor is clueless about what to do next. This is the job of the leader. Unfortunately, in this government, the “directors” often seem clueless, having learned in academia where results and wins/losses are theoretical, or in politics where success (at getting elected) is more a matter of rhetoric than results.
If you are not ready for a position, or do not believe that you have what it takes to rise to the challenge (or clean up the mess even if you believe it is not your mess), then do not take the job. This was Barack Obama’s fundamental mistake. He grossly underestimated the difficulty of the position he was running for, and overestimated his preparedness to actually do the job. Just because he could “talk a good game” (thanks to a phalanx of speech writers and the omnipresent teleprompters) does not mean he actually knew what to do or how to do it. The presidency of the United States of America is not a place for heavy OJT (On-the Job-Training)….”

Janice
03-26-2012, 08:29 AM
http://i.imgur.com/ruMzr.jpg

That’s Weird?… Forbes Article Calling Obama the ‘Manchurian Candidate’ Disappears Down the Memory Hole

Earlier today Forbes posted an excerpt from the book Hope Is Not a Strategy by John Mariotti and D. M. Lukas. The author provided an excerpt from the book for the article where he describes Barack Obama as a “manufactured candidate” whose history remains sealed. Mariotti then calls Obama the “Manchurian candidate.”

But, after the article was posted for a few hours it suddenly disappeared down the memory hole. >>>

GatewayPundit (http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/03/thats-weird-forbes-article-calling-obama-the-manchurian-candidate-disappears-down-the-memory-hole/)

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So its a bit obvious this White House is actively scrubbing the net of stuff it doesnt like. Like what happened about Zippys daughters in Mexico. Is this 1984 or what?

ABC in Georgia
03-26-2012, 10:56 AM
Is this 1984 or what?

Yes, with bells on ...

Had better all practice repeating: "2 plus 2 equals 5."

~ ABC

NJCardFan
03-26-2012, 11:52 AM
*sigh* I know I'm just some schlub but i was calling Obama the Manchurian Candidate back when he was running.

ABC in Georgia
03-26-2012, 06:22 PM
Janice ...

Reading all your posts and the links given in them, something equally problematic and frightening comes to mind.

Let's say for the moment, that the scrubbed information was actually "pulled" from the sites at the discretion of the owners themselves.

What would that tell us? ... Why would they do it? ... Were they afraid of something?

And if so, exactly what was it that made them fearful of keeping the information as originally posted?

This gets more interesting by the day! Thanks for keeping track of it all.

~ ABC

Janice
03-27-2012, 12:03 AM
http://i.imgur.com/Qfgmr.jpg



Let's say for the moment, that the scrubbed information was actually "pulled" from the sites at the discretion of the owners themselves.

What would that tell us? ... Why would they do it? ... Were they afraid of something?

And if so, exactly what was it that made them fearful of keeping the information as originally posted?

~ ABC

I would in my opinion say that this is the end result of the Fascist side of Caesar 0bammus. For instance:

0bamaCare is not about health care, per se; rather, it is intended to dictate to business and the individual what insurance they must buy, what health care they are allowed to access, and ultimately what behavior is acceptable ... all at the whim of a centralized bureaucracy.

The 0bama regime has thrown out the rule of law when it comes to the rights of private investors by their actions against the bondholders of Chrysler and General Motors, as well as forcefully taking over and operating both companies and others as quasi-private entities. They have chosen which businesses will succeed or fail by the taxpayer financing of companies such a Solyndra among a score of others, others of which have failed. The 0bama appointees to the National Labor Relations Board are now dictating to companies where they can locate and are attempting to force their workers into unions without secret ballots.

The mantra of public-works spending is alive and well and constantly being used to justify massive government spending. The demonization of the rich has taken on a new role in the 0bama era, as the rich are now being singled out as responsible for all the problems created by the 0bama policies and are a potential target for retaliation.

A key characteristic of the reality of fascist thinking is rampant cronyism and corruption. Certain capitalists, wishing to ingratiate themselves with the state, are willing to fund the election of those in power in exchange for favorable government contracts and avoidance of regulatory wrath. Recently, much of Wall Street, Hollywood, the unions, major companies such as General Electric, and the super-wealthy such as Warren Buffett are willing to sleep with those in power and be used as props in any propaganda campaign initiated by the 0bama regime.

The 0bama administration has, through the Justice Department and other agencies, behaved exactly as many quasi-fascist regimes in the past ... almost all of whom have been governed by groups of friends and associates who appoint each other to government positions and use governmental power and authority to protect themselves and their friends from accountability.

Is it any wonder businesses, corporations and the media buckle under the Man Child Pharaoh's pressure rather than face the full power, authority and/or brutality (the boot on the neck) by the US Fed Govt? As time goes on, this will increasingly be more about survival than "honer". Esp if this POS gets 4 more years.

ABC in Georgia
03-27-2012, 06:06 AM
I would in my opinion say that this is the end result of the Fascist side of Caesar 0bammus.

>snip<

As time goes on, this will increasingly be more about survival than "honer". Esp if this POS gets 4 more years.

Janice, you are so right.

My questions, were actually rhetorical ones. In reality, I don't like to even think about the answers that are in my head.

I don't want to believe that this government is capable of intimidating even Forbes' online coverage.

As you wrote, this is clearly about "survival." It saddens me to say the least. :blue:

~ ABC