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Obama Treason Charges Advance In Tennessee Grand Jury

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posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 08:38 PM
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Excellent, subpoena away.

Some of us look forward to jail or what is necessary.

And show me the threat. A Shakespeare quote-to be or not to be.

Or the Real 13th Amendment, law professor. You know, the one that states that anyone receiving a Title of Nobility will be thrown out of the country and lose their citizenship.




posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 08:55 PM
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Yes! You have taken the bait and fallen into our traps!! Yippee!!!
This is the strategy that works so well.
Keep these foolish knuckledraggers busy with these thickheaded lies and distortions.
Let the birthers waste their time efforts on clown theories.
Let these creepy dummies waste their time and money languishing in courts with non-issues.
That keeps the window open for creative types to change the energy system
and keeps the retard racists out of the way.

And please continue to listen to Hannity, Limbaugh and Coulter.
This way we can sort out the programmable retards from the creative types.



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 10:18 PM
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Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
So, does anyone actually know what happened in court today with this guy?


What happened today was nothing really, just another birther hypefest thrown out with the rest garbage. This should not be anything new because every month or so there is another birther hype campaign launched over what is little more than nothing. It peaks out on the conspiracy forums and fringe rightwing websites, but dies out eventually to await another desperate revival. Its the same thing over and over again.

We'll just make this one number 60 on the list of failed birther campaigns. 60 out of 60 to be straight:
www.obamaconspiracy.org...

Its fun to see em run around like umpa lumpas while the losses just keep piling....



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 10:34 PM
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Hi ACORN. I thought that post sounded like ACORN.

Obama is a lier, you know this to be true. As for TREASON,he s guilty as sin and it isjust a matter of time.

A lier is always lier.


Always Watching,

Eye of Eagle



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 10:43 PM
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Ho he got off on a technicality?How honorable,Makes me proud to be an American.



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 11:29 PM
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ok what just happened in my thread i feel im being left out in the dark on this i had received a private message concerning something now their post are gone and they appear banned?

and whats this mean?




reply to post by Southern Guardian Hi ACORN. I thought that post sounded like ACORN. Obama is a lier, you know this to be true. As for TREASON,he s guilty as sin and it isjust a matter of time. A lier is always lier.

Always Watching,

Eye of Eagle



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 11:38 PM
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Ever wonder whether the people here dancing on the ashes of these failed lawsuits even care about the facts? The ends justify the means eh?



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 11:44 PM
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Originally posted by Guidance.Is.Internal
Ever wonder whether the people here dancing on the ashes of these failed lawsuits even care about the facts?


Are you to assume all these 60 lawsuits were thrown out without facts? What facts do you have that Obama is not an american citizen? What facts? Lay em' on me brother (or sister), Iv heard them all.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 12:07 AM
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I think the President of the United States supercedes the Tennesse Court...



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 05:01 AM
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I guess I don't get it. For anyone/everyone that thinks the Obama birth certificate etc. stuff is BS...Why don't you want the questions answered, the documents verified, etc. to get rid of the topic?

When someone questions something I say as being truth...I am usually eager to prove that I am correct, or at least show my proof and be proven wrong. I, however, am a very careful person. When I say something is true...I KNOW it is true. If not...I say "I believe", "I think" or "It seems".

Why wouldn't everyone want this situation to either be proven out, or dis-proven? Why would keeping information from being used to discover the truth (whichever it is) be a good thing? Shut the accusing people up, or prove them right. Isn't that the best solution?

I don't mean this to sound like an argument nor an insult...but...usually people who don't want the facts reviewed, are those who have something to loose if they are reviewed. When you know you are right, or correct, you usually want the facts reviewed.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 06:09 AM
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Originally posted by EYEOFEAGLE
reply to post by Southern Guardian
 


Hi ACORN. I thought that post sounded like ACORN.

Obama is a lier, you know this to be true. As for TREASON,he s guilty as sin and it isjust a matter of time.

A lier is always lier.


Always Watching,

Eye of Eagle


this is stupid, insulting, poorly worded and ultimately a useless post. thank you for stating something that you have no proof of being true just because you think so (because someone told you to think so). Please, continue making useless statements that express the obvious views of your side of this "argument" that were probably expressed at least 50 times in the last 20 pages.

I personally thank you for helping to make ATS a bunch mindless band wagon hoppers that reiterate the same crap over and over. I hope you can continue your excellence in being so god awful.

thank you.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 06:10 AM
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It is actually quite simple.
Have you ever noticed a kid with a cookie behind it's back.
One that is not supposed to have that cookie!



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 06:10 AM
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dp

[edit on 2-12-2009 by Donny 4 million]



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 06:27 AM
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Is this the ACORN information you reder to?
It is upsetting for sure but maybe not treason.

Former ACORN fund raiser gets Obama judicial nomination. Yes, you read that right
By: Mark Tapscott
Editorial Page Editor
11/13/09 9:13 AM EST
President Obama's first federal court nominee was Judge David Hamilton of Indiana. If you are drinking your morning coffee as you read what follows here, you might want to put down your cup before reading further:

Among Hamilton's "qualifications" is the fact that he is a former fund raiser for ACORN. That fact was conspicuously left out of the White House statement announcing Obama's nomination of the federal district judge for a position on the Seventh Circuit federal appeals court.

Even though it was only for a month, the fact Hamilton would work for any length of time for ACORN is disturbing. And there is no evidence that he has ever subsequently reputiadated his association with ACORN.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has scheduled a Senate confirmation vote on Hamilton's nomination for Tuesday, Nov. 17.

As the American Civil Rights Union's Ken Klukowski details in an oped posted earlier this morning here on washingtonexaminer.com, Hamilton is an ACLU big-wig who also has a deeply hypocritical view of Christianity:

"He has also shown surprising hostility to people of Christian faith. He ruled that any prayers uttered in the Indiana statehouse that invoke the name of Jesus Christ are unconstitutional and cannot be permitted.

"Nor can anyone offer a prayer that is 'sectarian' or 'pervasively Christian.' Oddly, although prayers mentioning Jesus are somehow a threat to the republic, Judge Hamilton said that it’s okay to offer prayers to Allah."

Hamilton's various rulings are a good illustration of why so many social conservatives view attempts by the ACLU and other liberals to ban all expressions of Christian faith from the public square to be supremely bigoted and patently unconstitutional violations of the First Amendment's guarantee of religious freedom.

A coalition of conservative leaders headed by former Attorney General Edwin Meese points to five reasons why Hamilton should not be confirmed:

· Judge Hamilton is an ideologue first and a jurist second. His rulings reflect his work for the ACLU and ACORN, and his rulings on the District Court often reflect his bias toward extreme leftist ideology. If anything, Judge Hamilton’s record has confirmed fears that he would be a liberal judicial activist who would impose his radical ACLU-inspired agenda from the bench.

· Judge Hamilton suppressed religious freedom: He expressed a bizarre hostility to religious speech by ruling that prayers to Jesus Christ offered at the beginning of legislative sessions violate the Constitution, but that prayers to Allah do not. In 1994 he denied a Rabbi’s plea to allow a Menorah to be part of the Indianapolis Municipal Building’s holiday display. In both cases the Seventh Circuit reversed Hamilton.

· Judge Hamilton’s ruling in criminal cases indicates that he attempts to find ways to be as lenient as possible in sentencing. In one case, where he was unanimously reversed by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Judge Hamilton disregarded a defendant’s prior conviction for a felony drug offense in order to avoid imposing a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment for persons convicted of a third felony drug offense.

· Judge Hamilton protected child predators: In one particularly troubling case, Judge Hamilton invalidated a common-sense law that would have required convicted sex offenders to provide information so that law enforcement could track their activity, thereby making it easier for child predators to move around and endanger children in Indiana. In another, Judge Hamilton urged the President to grant clemency for a police officer who had pled guilty to producing child pornography by videotaping and photographing sexual activity with two teenage girls.

· Judge Hamilton consistently sided with abortion-on-demand absolutists: Over a period of seven years, Judge Hamilton used his judicial role to wage a campaign against reasonable measures to reduce abortions, repeatedly ruling against a popular Indiana law requiring information and a waiting period before an abortion.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 08:28 AM
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Source please?



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 12:26 PM
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Oh sorry, Washington Examiner



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 02:12 PM
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no. you called a prominent member of this forum (a fantastic voice of reason if you ask me) ACORN. That is upsetting on so many levels, such as invoking the idea that government agents post on this website (something I really don't think is true), and just outwardly saying he's guilty of treason (which isn't even the appropriate word for what you THINK is happening).

It's just pointless sensationalism that only stirs up negative emotions among those who don't agree with you. The birther argument is hateful and does not work to unify the country or boost morale.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 02:20 PM
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FYI i had someone send me a private message saying one was in this thread then they got banned not sure if that's discussable here oh well its freedom of speech if not the mods can remove this post they said it was a Co intel pro


[edit on 2-12-2009 by OpTiMuS_PrImE]



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 03:36 PM
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So finally this whole thing got thrown out of the court? Haha!!
Did I hear someone say the Court was biased? Judge unconstitutional? or anything of that sort....oh well, no worries someone would come along and say it


I found an interesting comment though which sums it up.

Birthers are an interesting group. Some are motivated by extreme ideology, some are motivated by racism, some are motivated by a need to make jack*ses out of themselves. Most, if not all of them suffer from some form of cognitive dysfunction. While watching them flail about in their lunacy can be amusing, after a while you just want to whack them upside the head with a #10 clue bat. This clown, Fitzpatrick, has had his 5 minutes of infamy. It’s time for him to go off with the nice young men in the white coats.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 03:51 PM
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I really wish people of a certain religous slant would by them selves start using their brain. Just from tim to time. Is this asking to much? Since you can't measure or validate faith your left with those who try to back-up their arguments. They usually default to some crap like "its true because God said so" They don't use the scientific method, so it's impossible to judge the validity of their statements. I would welcome the ability to prove or not prove what their talking about. Having a population spoon fed with such trash is one of the reasons our ability to being on the fore frount of technology and science is slipping.

This is an economic mess, and its not helped by people one check beyound vodoo. Or chose reading tea leaves. The end result is the same. The end result is nonsense, and so few people who know the scientific method, makes us look like were all morons. (sorry spell checker still awol)



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