Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL.
For Thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever and ever. Amen †
More on this entire interview later, but just listen to the salutation: “loyalists to you”
When Obama was proclaiming he was going to be “transparent”, I doubt the listeners actually understood what he was saying. For Dear Leader Obama, it’s always about Dear Leader Obama.
First we start with the “I”, “I”, “I”, speech about how Obama himself was the really important figure, the epicenter of anti-apartheid sentiment in South Africa, and how “he” thought of that other, now dead, Mandela guy. (skip the video to the 2:00 minute mark)
The speech was followed up with this tweet from the White House showcasing how it is really Dear Leader Obama who deserves to be recognized today upon the passage of the other dead guy.
Wisconsin is one of those really progressive regions where the media talking about Black on White violence is strongly discouraged.
Wisconsin is also the state which brought forth the collegiate “White Guilt” classes.
(PennLive) – With his blackened eyes and broken nose, Tim Bessette may just be the country’s latest victim of an urban crime wave known as the “knockout game.” Speaking from his hospital bed in Milwaukee this week, the 53-year-old says he’s lucky to be alive.
He remembers getting off the bus, walking down the street and encountering four youths. The next thing Bessette knew, he was sucker-punched in the nose. The world went black, and Bessette woke up on the pavement. And as he did, he heard the youths running away, joking and laughing. Continue reading
BOSTON - President Obama acknowledged on Thursday that he lived with his Kenyan uncle for a brief period in the 1980s while preparing to attend Harvard Law School, contradicting a statement more than a year ago that the White House had no record of the two ever meeting.
Their relationship came into question on Tuesday at the deportation hearing of his uncle, Onyango Obama, in Boston immigration court. His uncle had lived in the United States illegally since the 1970s and revealed in testimony for the first time that his famous nephew had stayed at his Cambridge apartment for about three weeks. At the time, Onyango Obama was here illegally and fighting deportation.
On Thursday, a White House official said the press office [Robert Gibbs] had not fully researched the relationship between the president and his uncle before telling the Globe that they had no record of the two meeting. This time, the press office [Jay Carney] asked the president directly, which they had not done in 2011. (link)