New York Daily News Front Page Today – Rudy Giuliani 2.0 – The Frank Marshall Davis Link….

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  1. wailuagirl says:

    Finally the truth is starting to come out! Hallelujah🔬

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    • Bill says:

      I didn’t realize this was ever in doubt.

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    • Survivor says:

      Frank Davis is Obama’s biological Father. Being married to a rich White woman who financed his career and the communist party of Hawaii he chose not to get divorced and marry Stanlet Anne Dunham when she got pregnant.
      There are plenty of pictures on the web. Just google and take a look. I read Dreams From my Father when it first came out. Being familiar with American commies I figured out he was raised by his White commie Mother and Grandparents to be just what he is.

      I don’t know why this is such a surprise. It’s all in his book.

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    • Survivor says:

      Obama’s father is Frank Marshall Davis head of the communist party of Hawaii and best friend of fellow commie Grandpa Dunham. Davis was married to a rich White commie who funded the communist party of Hawaii such as it was. So he could not marry Stanley Anne Dunham when she got pregnant. So they found the Kenyan.

      Just google Davis and Obama. The laws of genetics are that men look like their mothers which Obama does. But as he gets older he looks more and more like his Dad, Davis. Lips and wrinkles around the mouth are identical.

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  2. justfactsplz says:

    Rudy stands up for what he believes and right and wrong. I wish more public figures would broadcast the truth about Dear Leader.

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  3. Oh, is there ANY chance Rudy will run in ’16??? We soooooo need his forthrightness!!! Sure hope he has a good security detail.

    He could be the honest broker we need so badly now. Josh Earnest said he feels sorry for Giuliani for tarnishing his legacy. Josh Earnest is a pathetic POS.

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  4. Eskie Mom says:

    Is this for real? Glory Be!

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  5. waltherppk says:

    Obama and Clinton are …..

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  6. tappin52 says:

    We are starting to see and hear some of the big dogs getting up and off of the porch. General Paul Vallely (sp?) and another that I can’t recall are bringing out some truths with regard to mishandling of the military. I love that Rudy is talking straight and true. Don’t know if this is all coordinated, but it is good.

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    • John Galt says:

      “We are starting to see and hear some of the big dogs getting up and off of the porch.”

      That’s for sure. The Bull Giuliani dog just sunk his teeth into an Obamunist.

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      • waltherppk says:

        It will take more than messaging to accomplish a disengagement and LIQUIDATION of the fifth column of subversives that has taken root in America. It will take abandoning the concept of “tolerance” and “diversity” regarding what are dangerous ideological and political domestic enemies. It will require servicing of targets who should be targeted for what they are. Enemies of freedom have to be dealt with as enemies should receive what reckoning it is they are seeking. They have bet the farm on what they believe is their “mission” to impose their wishes on others unwilling to accept “life management” parameters as they would prescribe. Why “litigate” with a lawyer what needs to be “litigated” with a 30.06?

        You can’t simply “tolerate” a little gangrene and let it go or it will kill the entire body. Communist subversives have become like a metastasizing cancer or a flesh eating bacteria that is consuming the constitutional essence and substance of what used to be the free republic that is the constitutionally intended United States which is the rightful estate of every free citizen who are their rightful heirs, (and this does not include and never included illegal aliens). However, reality is being stood on its head by communist propagandists and unfortunately by corrupted domestic authorities whose mission has become redefined and compliant with and in service of what is subversive and evil done under the banner of “social justice” or other lies that are at odds with individual liberty provided by the constitution which tends to be negated by every new law and tax.

        One identified central player with the “social justice” proponents is unfortunately the medical establishment which has arrived at its own “blueprint” or “master plan” for what is its own definition of health. Health has become now defined by medical science but really more by a consensus of medical opinion as a priority that should govern the conduct of all humanity who are cognitively disadvantaged to not be medical doctors like themselves. Liberty and common sense and pursuit of happiness have become concepts deemed inferior to the more enlightened consensus of opinion of more learned “professionals” about what is “healthy” for the individual or for the collective.

        Every initiative for government or “social justice” then adopts credibility as if it were “doctors orders” being set down as LAW for all human kind who are reduced to being involuntary “patients” then ORDERED to live their lives in compliance with the “master health plan” written by the ostensibly “most knowledgeable authorities” who would be (of course) medical doctors and their accomplice conspirators in tyranny, lawyers and legislators, who will then write all the LAW that will dictate to every person what rules for life the NANNY STATE believes is “good for all of us” as policy and LAW “handed down from on high” by all those paternalistic chaperones who think they are governors of unsophisticated children needing their IMPOSITION of parental supervision and “life management” made LAW.

        Utopianism is what is the driving force for those ideologues who have a common denominator that is their own IDEA of what would be their “perfect world” where every detail has been worked out by their own vast intellect for what should be THE LAW to govern every detail of life of every human being subject to their master plan of paternal LIFE MANAGEMENT that applies to every human being whose life should be micromanaged by all those utopianist experts who are just the smartest persons ever.

        Do this, don’t do that ……don’t you know it’s the law? It’s for your own good or for the greater good of the collective. We all have to make our small sacrifices for the greater good of the collective.

        The way things are going, it will be much easier to just give each child to be raised the short list of what things they can do that is authorized for them to do in life and explain that everything else has been made illegal by experts who know best what it takes to have a perfect world.

        The irony of it all is the rebellious child who will simply not comply, or the rebellious and defiant adult today, the “refusenik” will be the one who is identified as psychologically or socially dysfunctional and maladjusted, exposing the fundamental premise of the utopianist ideology is that human nature itself wanting freedom is pathological, like a disease from which all humanity must be cured.

        It never occurs to the utopianist that the mental and constitutional disease that is the dysfuction needing treatment is their own, and that they are simply “control freaks” whose agenda is to control others. Most of them can’t manage their own business well, much less are they competent to manage the business of others. But hey they have “credentials” so they are “experts” so it doesn’t really matter if they are right or wrong.
        What matters is only that they are given proper deference and indulged in any insanity they propose, since they are just the smartest persons ever. Being boss is what is most important, about being right …..well who cares? It is occupying the “office” that is important more than job performance.

        The “special diet” of a vegan may kill the wolf patient, but hey the important thing is the doctor is still the doctor. And the doctor is still just the smartest person ever. Anyone who may doubt this only need ask him. There he is on the golf course, the expert in wolf nutrition.

        Fore!

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        • thefirstab says:

          You are in my head WaltherPPK

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        • Very true and right on target, absolutely. (Again; I always enjoy reading your posts.) Yes, their “science” is settled, writ large, and they will use their bastardized version of science to define all in their domain.
          If you haven’t seen the movie Divergent, you ought to check it out. It’s about a ‘utopian’ society exactly like you describe – and it is, in its own way, inspiring. I recommend it highly.

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          • waltherppk says:

            The Matrix leaves us watching a sunlit morning for a waking humanity.

            Divergent are the suddenly awakened from the lost souls still living in a manufactured dreamland.

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            • Yes. I liked Divergent because of the way it examines what is at risk when one blindly does what one it told and never questions authority.

              Together we have the two fatalistic (non) realities presented by the Democrats in both the way they present their version of the world, to the unaware, as truth (Matrix), and the way their autocratic, totalitarian system limits the rights and freedoms of personhood (Divergent).

              We, who ARE the real-world divergent, bear witness.

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        • Bill says:

          I want to kiss your foot, Walther.

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        • Anton says:

          Walther, we’ll know they are serious when they begin to investigate the 2600 new mosques in this country…The mosques are laundering facilities for Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood to launder their ill gotten gains from their cartel business –be it drugs or human trafficking

          When they begin investigating mosques and who was given those no bid construction contracts–we will know they are serious–no one better to start than Guliani.

          Start fellow patriots by going to the municipality where the mosque in you community was built…the records and permits are on file–begin by investigating who has the construction contract–out them…make them and the mosque toxic.

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        • John Denney says:

          “Do this, don’t do that ……don’t you know it’s the law? It’s for your own good or for the greater good of the collective.”

          I was at the local pool doing handstands at the end the high dive board, then leaning and pushing off with my hands so I’d drop into the pool in a dive. The new guy on duty at the gate came rushing over all apoplectic telling me I couldn’t do that.

          “Why not?”
          “You could get hurt!”
          “How?”
          “Well, uh, . . . you shouldn’t be doing that!”

          Been doing that for over 45 years.

          I studiously avoid saying that Americans unite to protect each other. “Protect” has the whiff of the nanny state.

          Americans unite to defend each other.

          What did Patrick Henry say again? Something about Liberty or death . . .

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        • Col.(R) Ken says:

          Excellant post. Like, like!!!

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        • Micghael H. Albiniak says:

          Nice analysis Walther. I agree with much of what you wrote, except I cannot agree that the real goal is a utopian heaven on earth. Oh to be sure that’s that what the would be commissars profess is their goal. But that’s just to convince the useful idiots (who don’t have the reasoning ability to construct the simplest of syllogisms) to blindly support them as they are led down the path to the concentration camps. No, the goal is raw naked power. The power to control every aspect of the life of the masses (or even if they will continue to be allowed to continue to have any life at all). The would be rulers have an abiding belief that they are superior to the rest of us peasants, that they have the right to rule us, and so they have the right to gain that power by any means necessary. Call it the divine right of kings or a communist dictatorship, except for the political ideals behind the American revolution, throughout human history it has always been thus.I do agree with you that this enemy can’t be reasoned with. Like the islamo-fascists who think their god commands them to commit their atrocities, the communists believe they have an historical imperative that anoints them with the right to power. They can’t be talked out it. they can only be stopped.

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          • waltherppk says:

            When soldiers (or citizens) find themselves in a combat environment being presented with severe enough command incompetence and stupid enough rules of engagement that it has become clear mutiny is a matter of self preservation then see clearly command through practical eyes and frag his ass. Later on the story will be the enemy got him. He died a hero.

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      • Survivor says:

        So why didn’t Guiliani and others do something in 2012? Why do it now with less than 2 years to go?

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    • Roy says:

      It’s all good and I hope it starts a domino effect with other big political players. Especially before Netanyahu’s speech. Force BO’s attention away from Bibi to domestic attackers.

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  7. Aslan's Girl says:

    I don’t think Rudy spoke his mind to raise his profile for ’16, but he did anyway! For the past couple of months, I’ve been keeping him in mind and hoping he runs again. He was right about something else recently (I’m sorry, with SO much news I can’t remember what the issue was, probably ISIS, but Rudy was really good) and now this. I loved him last night on Hannity and the other night w/Megyn. Megyn was not just playing “devil’s advocate”, I could tell by her body language that she meant it when she said Rudy shouldn’t have said Obama wasn’t raised like we were because his grandfather served in WWII. She really irritated me. Hey, Megyn, guess who else “served their country in war”? Benedict Arnold.

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    • 2x4x8 says:

      still waiting on Bowe Bergdahl

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    • wondering999 says:

      Megyn Kelly did not bring up, at all, the hapless people at “Camp Liberty” who are stuck between Iran and Iraq, a hundred of whom have already been killed apparently. They were a major focus of Giulani’s words, and somehow have been swept aside in all this discussion about Obama.
      Do we have integrity and the ability to make and keep promises, or not? Can allies rely on us? If not — Megyn Kelly needs to think about NOW, not WWII

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    • lilbirdee'12 says:

      Though Megyn Kelly has been giving Zero a lot of static about some of his recent attacks on that “old flawed document” that we love, her interview with Rudy seemed that she was personally offended by the truth that Rudy spoke ! Grrrrrr !

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      • Johnstoirvin says:

        I got the same impression.

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      • Man, that’s some really heavy denial there on Meg’s part. She’s lost a bunch of esteem points on that one, given how doggedly she pursues other, more trivial stuff.

        If she was 15 years older she would never have done that, but being young doesn’t excuse her refusenik judgement about Rudy’s correct – and APPROPRIATE – comments.

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        • waltherppk says:

          What is it with the Fox News ladies fashion consultant, some sort of Rapunsel fetish….time to let that hair down ladies ….bosom length ..oh not quite but close!
          And the dresses, busting out all over ….just enough bust out ….not too much, leave a little for the imagination ….barbies on display …..position those legs just so for effect….got to lure what we are fishing for …..whatever that is. And if these “girls” were all about twenty years younger it just might fit at a cocktail party or other “glamorous” event, but for a “news broadcast” ? Really ????

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          • Aslan's Girl says:

            ITA, weatherppk! I once saw Kimberly Guilfoyle dangle her 3″ nude heel from her toe! while hosting The Five. It really disgusted me. Like she was trying to impress foot fetishists watching. What’s next? Sucking on a lollipop? One time I thought Judge Pirro was going to fall out of her loooow cut dress, too.
            They don’t need to look like Russian weather girls to get viewers, the truth that they often report does that already.
            I’m also sick of the sleeveless dresses especially during this COLD winter. It all began with Michelle Obama so it annoys he heck out of me!

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            • waltherppk says:

              Yeah the “glamour queen” contest at Fox has become tiresome. At times it can be interesting but the “standard” fare that is “trademark Fox” for the “glamour girls” is really over the top kind of like a lineup of pageant contestants difficult to take seriously as journalism, more like entertainment for voyeurs waiting for a wardrobe malfunction…..when the whole image is a kind of wardrobe malfunction that is too much Hollywood in New York City.

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            • John Denney says:

              After considerable thought, I have come to the conclusion that until my dying breath I shall defend a woman’s right to bare arms.

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              • waltherppk says:

                The ladies should all have small bowls of red cherries on the table from which they occasionally select a fruit and sensuously then eat …..slowly. They should interpose that activity with slowly rimming a cocktail glass with a finger while gazing into the eyes of a nearby man and squirming restlessly in their seat, perhaps then adjusting the shoulder strap of their dress as if their clothing was by the moment becoming more uncomfortable, and showing a tad bit more than a Mona Lisa smile. As the libidinal tension grows, surely the news topic being discussed will gain more focus, unless an unscheduled program interruption must occur on the five second delay when self control has been suddenly lost and the panel become engaged in an unacceptably graphic “public display of affection”…..or dedication to taking care of business at hand.

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          • stella says:

            Stop picking on the women. What exactly does this have to do with the subject? If you don’t like what they say that’s one thing, but the way they look? Come on.

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            • janc1955 says:

              It’s about the packaging. I’m an FNC addict, and I have lots of respect for the brains and knowledge of most if not all the women on the network. But the Barbie Doll nonsense is indeed wearing thin. Many of them look overtly sexy between the long flowing tresses, tight dresses, 3″ heels, and the “show some leg” poses. It’s distracting. Unnecessarily so, in my view.

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              • stella says:

                What would you prefer them to wear? Loose chemises and oxfords? I think the ladies are attractive, as well as intelligent, for the most part. Many of them are very well educated, as well.

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                • janc1955 says:

                  I’m very aware of their backgrounds, education, etc. As I mentioned, I watch a lot of FNC, and several of the women seem to be evolving into beauty pageant contestants or underwear models in terms of their on-air appearance. As I said, it’s an unnecessary distraction. There are plenty of ways to dress oneself that don’t involve a loose chemise OR a tight, cleavage-revealing dress.

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                • waltherppk says:

                  When dolled up ladies are wearing next to nothing ….what’s next?

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                • stella says:

                  Who cares? Does it affect the reporting? I personally (as a woman) think they look pretty darned good.

                  What do you mean by “what’s next”? Do you think they’ll start appearing on camera naked? Is that where you are going with this?

                  Fox hires attractive, intelligent, women as their on-camera representatives. I have no problem with that.

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                • waltherppk says:

                  The context for the “appearance” is the problem because it simply does not fit the business venue.

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                • stella says:

                  You’ve never seen women attired like these women in a business environment? Specifically what is wrong with their attire?

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                • waltherppk says:

                  Sure I have seen it and it is over the top every time I have seen it. Business attire? Really ???

                  The point here is I think lost on you if you think the office is a fashion show for modeling that kind of presentation.

                  It isn’t. It never was. But there are people who will take it to the limit and then say what’s the problem like they don’t know.

                  If the shoe fits.

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                • stella says:

                  Why, I didn’t know you were a prude, Walther! You still haven’t said specifically what you object to with their manner of dress. I see beautiful women, in good physical condition, dressed mainly in dresses and skirts. The skirts are short, they show some leg, and they wear high heels. Some of the dresses are sleeveless, and some have rather deep v-necklines.

                  If you want to make this personal, fine. I am now retired. When working, I mainly wore slacks and jackets or sweaters, with flat shoes. When I was younger, I did wear beautiful skirts and sweaters with high heels, or well-cut suits. I looked really good. If you have to dress up anyway, why not look fashionable? My daughter said I was the best looking mother in her school.

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                • waltherppk says:

                  I’m definitely neither a prude nor “pro abortion”

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                • stella says:

                  No?

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                • waltherppk says:

                  No. I get the impression if explanation is needed it isn’t an explanation you would accept because you calibrate things in your own special way.

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                • stella says:

                  My own special way? What’s that exactly? What is your special way? In your opinion, how should these women dress? And which women? What do you think of Greta, or Ann Coulter, or Michelle Malkin?

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                • waltherppk says:

                  I suppose moderation in dress and hair style trending on the conservative side would seem to me to be more on the mark for a business environment, which is not an event for modeling.
                  When the dress and presentation of the ladies is excessively glamorous, it is a distraction from the business at hand which is not about “them” and how great they can look if they really make the effort. And it is plain a lot of effort has been put into the presentation shown there.

                  There is such a thing as “too much” and that is what I see there. Many bosses would tell those ladies to tone it down not rev it up and they would not be some kind of sexist puritanical prudes to tell the ladies to tone it down. Just the medical liability risk for causing the older gentlemen heart failure has to be considered.

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                • stella says:

                  I think they are told how to dress and wear their hair because it attracts males, don’t you? I don’t care as long as people are watching, and maybe learning something.

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                • waltherppk says:

                  That much is obvious that Fox has its makeup and fashion artists preening the ladies with the “Fox makeover” and glamour treatment. To an extent it is understandable, it is the excess to which I think they have taken things there that is the problem, which is just “too dreamy” to the point of being surreal.

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                • stella says:

                  Tell me specifically what you object to about the way the Fox News women dress.

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                • waltherppk says:

                  I think I’ve been specific enough. You seem to want to argue. I don’t.

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                • stella says:

                  I think you are a prude.

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                • waltherppk says:

                  Will this meeting of Harper Valley PTA please come to order.

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              • waltherppk says:

                packaging = eye candy

                umm umm ummm, sure is sweet ….a whole lot of sugar and spice there

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              • waltherppk says:

                If she comes to my door selling girl scout cookies, I’ll buy a whole case.

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          • Survivor says:

            I’m a woman. The thing about the dresses is that every dress is made from the same pattern: sleeveless, unfitted waist, bateau neck, loose sheath. I do like all the bright colors. The colors remind me of those Indian movies with all the bright saris
            The long hair, hint of cleavage and short skirts are meant to lure in men, that’s all. If you don ‘t like the glitz and glamour on fox start watching ” Democracy Now” and some of the public tv shows. You can have your fill of White hating liberal frumps.

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  8. Aslan's Girl says:

    Bobby Jindal sounded a lot like Eastwood when he was asked if he wanted to condemn Rudy. he said “if you’re looking for someone to condemn Rudy, look elsewhere”… loved that response!

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  9. kihn says:

    “This business will get out of control. It will get out of control and we’ll be lucky to live through it. We need more Net Neutrality” King Putt

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  10. doodahdaze says:

    Daily News has credibility. NYT hans none.

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  11. JasW says:

    Let’s suppose Rudy is right. Where has he been for the last eight years?

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    • bofh says:

      At least Rudy spoke up, late or not. More to the point: where have all ot the OTHER voices from the right been for these years? The emperor succeeds as long as no one admits to seeing his nakedness.

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    • ThankYou,Treepers says:

      That question is the asterisk history will attach of all those who have had public voice/responsibility over the last seven years as to the treasonous BHO, JasW.

      As to the jihad and islam, government and academia failing to warn and often misleading the people will be the historical legacy of political, military and educational “leaders” of the last 40 plus years since the Arab Oil Embargo.

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  12. steve says:

    obamasrealfather.com

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  13. beaujest says:

    There will be more Rudy’s coming forward, this cretin and his ilk have to be exposed to the sheeple to save the country !

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    • Lee Jan says:

      Sarah Palin tried to spread the truth about Obama and McCain did all in his power to shut her up. McCain is still working for the enemy. Thanks to Rudy who knows it is America that is losing in Obama’s war against us.

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  14. aintbuyingit says:

    Anybody who has done any research knows all this stuff is true. Why hasn’t Rudy said anything before now? That would be very interesting to know. He should also watch his back, He may be Breitbarted very soon.

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  15. ThankYou,Treepers says:

    Attorney Andy Martin published on the internet in Second Quarter 2004 a report stating his conclusion based on his investigation in Hawaii that Frank Marshall Davis was BHO’s biological father.

    Anybody seeing pictures of the pea-headed African after whom BHO was named could have noticed the lack of any resemblance with the long faced candidate.

    At that time there were photos of FMD online making it apparent how much more likely it was that he not the African sired BHO. Then a pic of FMD’s son by the white woman to whom he was married at the time BHO was conceived appeared online, and the resemblance to BHO was stunningly convincing.

    On utube at that time was a 1980s video of FMD being interviewed in his U of Hawaii office at a time when he was over age 80. His long face and the hesitant cadence of his voice so echoed the candidate as to leave no practical doubt that Andy Martin had gotten to the truth by speaking to people in Honolulu who knew the real history.

    At that time there were two books of FMD’s words available through any public library system in the nation. Both were published posthumously edited by professor John Edgar Tidwell. Beside expressing his political positions in dated sequence over decades of his work as a newspaper writer, FMD’s own words 1) admitted that he was the author of “Sex Rebel Black” and that it was autobiographical of his promiscuous bisexuality and infidelities during his two marriages; and 2) ever so subtly but unmistakably hinted that he had fathered child(ren) by white wom(e)n other than his white second wife. Also buried within FMD’s writing is a strong hint that he was the one who came up with the idea for his teenage concubine Stanley Anne Dunham to use the African as the nominal daddy of her bastard son as cover for FMD’s adulterous paternity.

    About the time or shortly after Andy Martin’s report, our man Jack Cashill reported online with persuasive detail that Bill Ayers had ghostwritten “Dreams From My Father”, a title which since the time of its publication people in Chicago wise to the potency of affirmative action and media negro worship had been laughing off as an attempt by a white woman’s bastard son from Hawaii to cloak himself with all the privileges of his hit-‘n-run one-night-stand daddy’s black skin.

    All that information was published more than a month before the 2004 Election, available to anybody with internet access, as of course was Larry Sinclair’s eye witness account of BHO engaging in homosexuality while using cocaine.

    Then in the run-up to the 2012 Election came a second series of unmistakably credible disclosures about the past of BHO.

    In March 2012 reports surfaced that the mailman who delivered to Bill Ayers’ dad Tom during the 1980s had posted a comment on a bloggers site describing his encounter with BHO on Tom’s sidewalk as BHO visited to thank Tom for funding his education. That blog comment lead to the mailman giving video and print interviews.

    In September 2012 Frank Miele, a small town newspaper man in Montana searching public library microfiche of old newspapers, something anybody can do cost free, uncovered a 1979 syndicated Vernon Jarrett column describing a program by which the Saudis where applying their petrodollars to sponsor black American college students. Jarrett having been one of FMD’s friends and the Saudi agent Jarrett named tying in with established facts of BHO’s admission to Harvard Law left no doubt the Saudis funded BHO’s education. Proof the stealth jihad was afoot in America over twenty years before 9/11.

    Then in October 2012 Jerome Corsi published a pic of BHO in the Occidental College library (attendance 1979-81) showing him wearing the islamic ring he wears to this day.

    So all that is old news tried and true as hockey mom jokes, but just never acknowledged by mainsteamers until now if Rudy G. is doing it.

    But the report that still fascinates for it’s very possible validity despite its extremity – James David Manning’s report in February 2010 that the reason nobody can vouch for having seen BHO at Columbia University is that the claim of his matriculation there was a CIA cover story for his work on The Company’s behalf using his Farsi language speaking ability in Afghanistan from 1981-83. One gets the strong sense Manning uncovered a knowing source in 2010 in NYC just as Andy Martin did in Honolulu in 2004.

    That report intrigues. All the others leave no doubt.

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  16. bofh says:

    Boehner/McConnell/AnyoneRunningForPresident will all run away from this very fast… The GOPe can’t be having folks disrespecting the Preezy of the United Steezy.

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    • ThankYou,Treepers says:

      “The GOPe can’t be having folks disrespecting the Preezy of the United Steezy.”

      Brilliantly clever.

      Precisely accurate.

      Concisely insightful.

      Capturing our nation’s major domestic political drift of the last fifty years.

      The country club politicians, like the suburban corporate executives, have molded their entire existence to their fear-induced desire to avoid the dangers blacks represent in their minds.

      The black militant murderers of the 1960s still haunt them to that degree.

      That plus the recognition that the greatest risk to their seats on the gravy train is the nightmare of being called “racist”.

      This generation of American “leadership” and “elites” is “manned” (more accurate word would be “wimped”) by guys who have never had but superficial dealings with blacks while in smiley-face glad-handing diplomatic mode looking for the quick exit back to safety.

      They’ve never had to stay and fight back. Always been able to escape (back) to the suburbs.

      Y’all on here say “Wolverines”. Do any of you know that during the 1970s on the public yard of the most visible self-proclaimed group of Wolverines in this nation was a landmark into which was carved in impossible-not-to-notice giant letters the words “BLACK POWER” with the “O” appearing as a rifle scope. The generation educated under that threat is forever cowered by it.

      This is why Steve King, R-Iowa, of the US House impresses me more than all other pols combined. He is fearless speaking truth to “BLACK POWER”. He’s relentlessly attacked the Pigford race appeasement fraud, he spoke up on the Congressional record against the sickeningly hypocritical cowardly corporate political correctness of the NFL when it announced Rusty Limbaugh was unfit for potential team ownership.

      This nation desperately needs white people speaking truth to “BLACK POWER”.

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      • pattyloo says:

        are you talking about University of Michigan? Wolverines is the name of their athletic teams. I googled and found there were black protests there in 1970, 75 and 87. it is interesting that they seem to have scrubbed the BLACK POWER message that you mention in the articles I found.But, that’s not surprising, as the articles leaned more toward the students were doing something positive. i used to work there in the 2000’s. What did they deface?, or are you talking about something else entirely?

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    • ThankYou,Treepers says:

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/02/21/new-york-daily-news-front-page-today-rudy-giuliani-2-0-the-frank-marshall-davis-link/comment-page-1/#comment-1306975

      “The GOPe can’t be having folks disrespecting the Preezy of the United Steezy.”

      Brilliantly clever.

      Precisely accurate.

      Concisely insightful.

      Capturing our nation’s major domestic political drift of the last fifty years.

      The country club politicians, like the suburban corporate executives, have molded their entire existence to their fear-induced desire to avoid the dangers blacks represent in their minds.

      The black militant murderers of the 1960s still haunt them to that degree.

      That plus the recognition that the greatest risk to their seats on the gravy train is the nightmare of being called “racist”.

      This generation of American “leadership” and “elites” is “manned” (more accurate word would be “wimped”) by guys who have never had but superficial dealings with blacks while in smiley-face glad-handing diplomatic mode looking for the quick exit back to safety.

      They’ve never had to stay and fight back. Always been able to escape (back) to the suburbs.

      Y’all on here say “Wolverines”. Do any of you know that during the 1970s on the public yard of the most visible self-proclaimed group of Wolverines in this nation was a landmark into which was carved in impossible-not-to-notice giant letters the words “BLACK POWER” with the “O” appearing as a rifle scope. The generation educated under that threat is forever cowered by it.

      This is why Steve King, R-Iowa, of the US House impresses me more than all other pols combined. He is fearless speaking truth to “BLACK POWER”. He’s relentlessly attacked the Pigford race appeasement fraud, he spoke up on the Congressional record against the sickeningly hypocritical cowardly corporate political correctness of the NFL when it announced Rusty Limbaugh was unfit for potential team ownership.

      This nation desperately needs people speaking truth to “BLACK POWER”.

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  17. Bette says:

    I am glad that Rudy came forward and I hope more will, but how many people are listening? Hannity did his best to expose Obama with his ties to Bill Ayers, Jeremiah Wright, his lack of transparency on his college records, birth certificate, his upbringing in Kenya, and then by his grandparents in Hawaii who turned his mentoring over to known communist, Frank Marshall Davis.

    Dinish D’Souza wrote a book that was made into a fantastic movie that provided excellent insight into Obama’s life and his views for transformation of America. “Obama’s America: 2016, Imagine the World Without Her”.

    Obamacare is a disaster, the average wage for middle income families has gone down, the majority of people when surveyed do NOT feel the economy is better today then when when he was elected, as a president he is not a leader, but acts more every day like a dictator on critical issues of debate, polls show the majority of people feel we are headed in the wrong direction as a country, yet when polled, Obama still enjoys a 50% approval rating in many polls.

    I know people on here are really tuned in to politics, but many are not, yet they still vote. How do you reach these people? Because if we don’t, we are just preaching to the choir. The honest answer is, Obama should never have been elected if he had been properly vetted like other presidential candidates. He has more secrets (why?) and is the least capable president just in terms of qualifications that this country has elected in modern history. They are just running out the clock and chalking up as many points on their agenda as they can any way they can and they don’t care what people say or think!

    Ok…I’m done ranting! 😊

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    • steve says:

      Now it’s my turn to rant. Fox News and Hannity have NOT done the best that they can to expose this imposter. In fact they do their best to cover it all up! Non of the experts on how and why Obama’s Long Form Birth Certificate is a computer generated forgery are allowed to have a Fair and Balanced discussion on Fox News. Why is that? Dr. Orly Taitz is routinely dismissed as a “Scatter Brained” conspiracy theorist. Dr. Taitz speaks the truth. Jerome Corsi was silenced on Fox News a long time ago. Why? Sheriff Joe is allowed on Fox as long as he keeps his mouth shut about ineligibility issues, and talks only about illegal immigration matters. Sheriff Joe knows the truth about Obama. Fox is losing ratings and they better start reporting the news accurately.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Taboo subjects. Remember it is the state run media.

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      • Bette says:

        I don’t dispute that Fox News could be doing a better job of exposing Obama, but when he first ran for election Hannity and Beck were lone voices crying foul. They were asking serious questions and getting nowhere fast. There was NO birth certificate forged or otherwise at that time. Yes, Fox has been folding on the many issues and losing ratings for it, but what other cable network even covers indepth some of the topics like Benghazi like Fox did? I wish it were different, I wish it were truly freedom of press, but the reality is it is not. That is why people have taken to the Blogasphere.

        Now Rudy is voicing some challenges and I am glad, but again the media is attacking him, not Obama. So when do people start listening and to whom?

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        • steve says:

          Andrew Brietbart was threaten and then murdered. Loretta Fuddy was murdered. Back in 2007, three Gay Black males from Rev. Wrights Church were going to start talking about their affairs with Obama. They were murdered all within 2 weeks. Dead men tell no tales. Hillary Clinton was threatened back in 2007. She was the first to start talking about ineligibility issues. She quickly changed her stance an fell in line. Fox News has also been threatened. That is why they refuse to talk about ineligibility issues. Covering it up, year after year is not the solution. On this day, I applaud Rudi Galliano.

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          • pattyloo says:

            Amen Steve. I heard that Hannity was threatened with losing his show if he didn’t stop with the birth certificate stuff. you know there was something there if they were that afraid. where there’s smoke, there’s fire. regarding the hillary stuff, could explain more of why the clintons hate obama – which is so obvious whenever they appear publicly.

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            • steve says:

              pattyloo – The Clintons were Best Friends with a guy who was a “Super Delegate” in Arkansas back in 2008. He made it known that he was going to endorse Hillary as the Democratic Candidate. Soon after he made that announcement, someone walked into his office and shot him to death. The police ran the Gunman down and killed him. Dead Men Tell No Tales. The Clintons fell in line right after this deadly message from Obama’s Camp. Their are a lot of good people that work at Fox. I like many of them. However, they are told in no Uncertain Terms that they will not address ineligibility issues. I’m afraid that their jobs mean more to them than the necessity to save this once great country.

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              • steve says:

                Fox News has 2 Ex Miss Americas working there. Harris Faulkner and Gretchen Carlson. I want these two Beauty Queens to stand up for America, and be Real Miss America’s. Both of them have the opportunity to tell the American public the Real Truth behind who this imposter is and what he is trying to accomplish. They would give new meaning to the title of Miss America!

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                • pattyloo says:

                  http://www.politijim.com/2012/03/did-obama-assassinate-clinton-delegates.html

                  i found this link (as well as links from cbsnews and others) about the superdelegate who was assassinated in 2008. At that time, I was following a blog for hillary supporters. i can’t remember the name now, something like timeforhill or something like that. the blogsite was suddenly taken down sometime during the 2008 campaign. i think i recall the moderator posting something about how he couldn’t stand up to the pressure anymore. i know it was a chicago gay man who ran this blog. he had lots of gay rights stuff on his site, and he wrote things about chicago..

                  what i was interested in, was many commenters with first-hand reports of what went on in Iowa. Obama bussed in 1000’s of blacks who blocked doorways of caucus locations. from what i learned on that blog, In Iowa, they don’t really vote in the caucuses. it’s more like they just gather and do a headcount. so, with obama supporters blocking the doors – not physically, but just congregating around the entrance so that people couldn’t pass – this affected the vote. i remember reading how Hillary supporters had traveled and were all gung ho about showing up for her, but were so disappointed. i really felt bad for them, because i understood that they knew what had been done was no mistake – it was totally intentional and meanspirited, and i’m guessing these people felt threatened.

                  the article i link to talks about the many irregularities, such as Hillary winning the popular vote, but then the delegates voted for obama in some states. it mentions bribes done by pelosi to get delegates to support obama.

                  i think we all have to ask ourselves the question: if someone threatened my life or my family’s life, would i do what they said? or would i go to the media and take my chances? knowing that the media typically covers up these things anyway when it is a democrat doing them.

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                • steve says:

                  pattyloo – Their is a black and white YouTube Video that lasts about 9 mins. It is of Jerome Corsi interviewing a Hollywood producer named Bettina Viviano back in 08. Viviano wanted to see a Female President. She offered her services to Hillary and offered her talent as a movie producer to make a documentary that would help Hillary win the Presidency. She talks openly about the murder of the Super Delegate who was close friends with the Clintons. His name was Bob Guatney.

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                • BitterC says:

                  Pattyloo the website is http://hillbuzz.org/ . He still posts stories occassionally. That’s where I learned about being on “the downlow” and all of the homosexual allegations floating around about Peace Prize.

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              • pattyloo says:

                hi steve – yes, bettina viviano is mentioned prominently in that link that i posted. i believe that i read in the link that before Gwatney (the Hillary delegate) was assassinated, that an Obama delegate was assassinated. so, maybe Gwatney was payback? i’m not sure as i was kind of skimming the article. i will watch that 9-min youtube that you mention in your post below.

                what’s astonishing is this went on and msm didn’t really investigate. when i searched today, i did see the news of Gwatney was covered by cbs, but i don’t even remember this happening, and i do follow the news.

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                • pattyloo says:

                  thanks bitterc. that is the name of the site – hillbuzz.org. i’m glad to see it is still up. and for those of you who doubt the rumors about obama being gay – please check out that site. it is run by a gay chicagoan who was a big Hillary supporter, so he hates Obama. He’s part of the ‘gay community’, and so he has inside knowledge about these things. He explains how Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s church is a gay bastion, and one of Wright’s purposes is to ‘marry off’ gay black men so they can assume a ‘normal’ persona and move up in the world. btw – i think it is here that i read that many in the Chicago gay & black community think Obama has AIDS. I was reading this back in 2008 timeframe. I have not noticed Obama looking particularly gaunt, like some have mentioned. But, if you believe that, then maybe there’s a medical reason?

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          • lorac says:

            Hillary Clinton was threatened back in 2007. She was the first to start talking about ineligibility issues. She quickly changed her stance an fell in line.

            They threatened to hurt her daughter Chelsea.

            And one of the reasons they hate him is because he stole her delegates from Michigan in order to push him over the line. Hillary won the popular vote and had more delegates until that date May 31, 2008. I watched it live on cspan. Threatening and cheating are Obama’s middle names. He may have moved to Chicago to learn something about being “black”, but he already had Chicago political genes inside him.

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      • There was a big noise around that time too about Nancy Pelosi’s false certification of Obama’s eligibility at the time as well. It made a side story on the net but no one ever brought it up, AFAIK, on Fox.

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      • Isn’t the same Saudi Prince that helped to develop Obie also a major shareholder of Fox News?

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Waleed_bin_Talal

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Most are not aware and don’t even care. Sad but true.

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    • pattyloo says:

      Betty- i totally agree with you on all of this. the birth certificate released was a fraud! but, when people bring it up (even on this site) – they are derided and called conspiracy theorists. i think that is terrible.

      on a similar note, i watched a video of Wayne Allen Root, who was a classmate of Obama – I think at Columbia. He said that he believes Obama was born here, but the reason he won’t show his birth certificate is that he lied on his college applications to get a ‘foreign student’ scholarship. In fact, there were publicity blurbs about his first book that said he was Kenyan born. i guess when they asked the literary agent about this, she said it was a typo.

      WAR (Wayne Allen Root) thinks that the birth certificate lie (meaning that he told the University he WAS NOT born here) was to defraud the University into giving him a scholarship. This also explains why he won’t release his transcripts. I’m not sure if this is true, but WAR says it might indicate that he was a foreign student. He said that it’s nearly impossible for a student to ‘transfer into’ Columbia College, because it’s so selective that there isn’t enough room for people who didn’t start there as a freshman. They only do that for special cases, and bringing in a foreigner is something that acedamia loves.

      I get so mad when others complain about whichever Republican is in the news. Like today, it’s Giuliani, and we have people on this site proclaiming their disdain for him – but they like what he said this week. How illogical is that? they like the message, but don’t like the messenger, so they have to point that out, which only weakens their support for Rudy’s comments? i believe these commenters are you just saying they don’t like Giuliani because they think that’s the popular thing to say. But, how is it that on a site called ‘Conservative’ that disliking Giuliani is the popular view?

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      • polk8dot says:

        Pattyloo,
        I think you are being extremely wrong in your assessment of ‘people on this site’ and very unfair in your conclusions.

        ? i believe these commenters are you just saying they don’t like Giuliani because they think that’s the popular thing to say. But, how is it that on a site called ‘Conservative’ that disliking Giuliani is the popular view?

        I’ve been reading CTH for man years and commenting, with various degree of involvement depending on the subject and my own health limitations, for a long time now. The reason I set my stake here is that it is a home of the Truth, Honesty, Strength and Fairness. Sure there are times I do not fully agree with some comments. But even so, even when engaging in an argument, there is no base, crude or rude behavior – and on a singular occasion it does happen, it is quickly stamped out by the mods and fellow posters. Instead, the main sentiment is the willingness to engage, to understand others, to get one’s own opinion across, and to exchange ideas and views. One ting that does not happen here is ‘people saying something because it is a popular thing to say’. Oh, if you only understood how off, how completely unjustified this one statement is…..
        I have never once seen a person here get ganged up on, as happens all the time everywhere else, bullied, laughed out of the house or ridiculed. It is accepted pretty uniformly that every single commenter has a right to say what they want, however they choose, as long as they stay away from personal attacks, upright lies and trolling.
        As the name of the site states, TheConservativeTreeHouse promotes conservative ideas, shining the light on so many stories, facts and persons that have been banished from the MSM. And yet, beyond that general principle, I have never noticed a ‘concerted effort’ at promotion of some over others, attempts to steamroll or libel anyone, or to shut down any descent among the posters. Instead, we are gifted a speedy access to facts, breaking stories, a ton of time and resource consuming research, and a free reign to run with it wherever our own views and attitudes take us. That’s why I, and so many of my friends and discussion buddies here, love the TreeHouse, and keep coming back for more.

        Your sentiment expressed above seems more like a general gripe by some staunch supporter of Rudy, than a fair, pointed and documented breakdown of what you perceive as a slight towards him by ‘this site and its posters’. I am very surprised that was your read on the situation. I admired Rudy Giuliani since his days as a US. Attorney, cleaning up streets of New York, fighting the mob, RICO violators and corruption. i>I’ve loved Giuliani since the first moments of 9/11, when he became The One who gave America strength to not fall to her knees, or crawl into a dark corner, and cry herself to sleep, but instead kept the fires of love, dedication, selfless sacrifice and resolve going for all to draw from. He will always be America’s Mayor. I believe he would make a great President of the United States, probably in vein of Ronald Reagan. And I do keenly hope he runs for it, gets the nomination and wins the presidency. But if at any point I do not agree with anything he says or does, or chooses not to say or do, you better believe I will let my sentiments be known. Not in any effort to hurt his standing or limit his chances, but because a person, a politician, is only a good as their convictions and actions, and that’s all we have to judge them on. (There is a whole huge block of the population who chose to judge ‘their guy’ on promises and slogans and empty rhetoric, and we are all forced to deal with the fallout from it). And if somebody else comes along, whose actions and convictions align even more with my views and hopes for his country, I will spend time and effort to figure out which one of them would be better, not for me personally, but from America, and I will support that one. And if it means Giuliani is bested, so be it. This nation was not set up to run on a cult of personality, and it will only come back to its former glory if people realize that. America is BIGGER than any one politician, no mater how great they be; BIGGER than a singe idea, no mater how expansive and popular it be; STRONGER than one Moron In the People’s House, no matter how idolized he be.
        Rudy Giuliani is a PATRIOT, a great American. And I believe wholeheartedly he’d be the first one to step aside and throw his own support behind someone better. As will I. Does it make any me any less patriotic, any less deserving of a voice in the political discourse? Any less dedicated to my country? I thank the Lord and Providence each day for giving me a brain and a consciousness so I can go through this life aware and engaged. And for giving me a heart so I can love my life, people and this county.
        And if I, or others here, do not fall in line and follow your exact expectations of how we should react to what matters to you? – That’s life, dear That’s what we all deal with in our time. Would you rather talk to sheep who stupidly applaud your, or your favorite’s, words and deeds, or would you prefer an open, honest, unafraid, constructive discussion, even if it meant you may be proven wrong? I know what I choose. That’s why I’m here. That’s why majority of us are here. That’s why we feel so tight-knit here. And since you are here, too, I guess you must feel the same. I just don’t appreciate this weird feeling like someone just spit in my coffee.
        Please do not take this post the wrong way, as it is void of any spirit of personal attack or condescension. But your comment, so generalized, so seemingly lacking specificity it portended to stem from and try to address, so truly unfair to the Treepers, struck a deep chord in me, and I had to let my feelings be known. We all get very wrapped up in our ideals, and hopes and pet projects etc, and it is easy to lose focus of the outside world. That’s why TheConservativeTreeHouse is such a wonderful home for those of us who are not affair to share our thoughts openly, and hear the thoughts of others.
        Honesty. Dedication. Courage of convictions. Support of like minded, though never brainless clone-like, compatriots. That’s what TheConservativeTreeHouse means to me.
        And a bloody good company, too.
        😀
        And if you want to be here, I know Sundance and the whole gang are happy to have you. I’ll share my perch with you, if you like. Just try not to spit into the coffee anymore, mmmhhhhkay? 😉

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      • Survivor says:

        It’s true that there are almost no transfer students at top universities. They pick only the best of the thousands of top students who apply so no one flunks out. Not born in the USA is just speculation. Why would anyone fly to Kenya to have a baby?

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    • Roy says:

      Betty, with all due respect, I think we were already past the voting-as-a-solution in 2008 although we didn’t know it for certain. There are global plans in motion, and citizens cannot slide a stick into the spokes at that high level.

      I absolutely ADMIRE Giuliani. And Senator Cotton. They’re squaring off against the problem, not the symptom.

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      • Bette says:

        I admire him to, Roy. Wish there were more people like him willing to speak their true feelings, but just not sure where it will get us now. Not trying to redo what has been done, just stating facts as I saw them back at the time when Obama was just a candidate and not our president. What do you think they (people like Mr. Giuliani and Senator Cotton) could do about this problem?

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    • Aslan's Girl says:

      I really do think Obama stole the ’12 election. Too much evidence of voter fraud in ’12 to be legit. So I really do think Americans were paying attention.

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      • lorac says:

        In both 08 and 12, his website dismantled the required part that prevented foreign donations. A bunch of people from a website went after him, presented the information to the relevant agency, and he had to give a lot of money back. It was all a myth that his campaign was fueled by small donors.

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  18. bitterlyclinging says:

    People wonder how Hitler could have taken the best educated, most sophisticated, most cultured nation on the continent of Europe and turned it into the charnel house it became, the existence of these Americans is why, Baracky Obammunist’s 37 per cent.

    http://weaselzippers.us/214832-poll-more-than-4-in-10-democrats-think-obama-should-be-allowed-to-ignore-court-rulings/

    As the pressure gets more intense on our Community Organizer In Chief the drive to declare a national emergency and name Comrade Barack Dictator For Life or until the National Emergency is over will get stronger, he plans for his third term to be the never ending one.

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    • Dixie Darling says:

      I heard on Fox yesterday that 4 out of 10 people still do not know if they don’t buy health insurance, they will be fined. Of course those 4 out of 10 probably also don’t pay taxes. That pretty much states that almost 1/2 of the population of the United States is completely dumb, living off of our taxpayer dollars and they just don’t care.

      Unfortunately, they still vote, probably more than once.

      The United States of America is being sunk by the illiterate, the gullible and the mentally ill.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      They only decry the charge but never answer the question raised. How can they? The two Obama campaigns were based on the platform America Sucks. Now when Rudy simply states the obvious what do they do? Shoot the messenger of course. Good Grief. Now the communist MSM is proclaiming this will hurt the GOP in 2016 unless Rudy is repudiated. For what? Telling the truth? Not going along with the big lie?

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    • Meyer says:

      Loved it, WeeWeed! It actually made me Laugh Out Loud!

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  19. TKim says:

    The furor in the media astounded me. Then I remembered this is manufactured so we are not watching what O is up to. Good job little soldiers of CNN.

    And I love, CNN, how you asked,”Is this racism?” And the black talking heads on the Left leapt in with a resounding yes! Has to be racism. Obama is “the other” who ditched America like so many baby mamas and trifles on the golf course while hanging with dangerous homies. Who else would they say that about except a black man????

    I am so tired of the constant chime that says everything that is said about a black person is racism, and everything said about every other races is just clean fun. I watched a few minutes of Bill Maher making fun of NASCAR fans (all southerners are uneducated crackers who are poor, stupid, inbred, and on meth) knowing that he has nothing bad to say about blacks at any time for any reason.

    The same idiots that bray,” Giuliani isn’t a psychiatrist! He can’t see inside Obama’s mind!” are the same ones who dissect everything that are sure is in the mind of Cruz or Walker. The same idiots who still ridicule Sarah Palin, and treated Rachel Jeantel like America’s Sweetheart.

    I know the media is a lost cause, but can the country come back from the eight year reign of Barack Hussein? We have had incompetent presidents, heaven knows, but none who called the enemy brother.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      One thing I learned long ago is that the communists can not stand being called communists. They go nuts and have no answer. They like the term progressive or liberal, even left wing they can stand it. But call the communist a communist and heads explode. That is why I love to call the communists, communists.

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  20. labrat says:

    Few people experienced 9/11 more up close and personal than Rudy. I think he’s finally speaking up because he’s truly afraid of where Obama is taking this country. I pray to God he does not back down. I hope he keeps the courage and conviction to not only say these things but to double and triple down with proof. I hope he encourages others to be bold enough to do the same.

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  21. pattyloo says:

    I listened carefully to Rudy’s comments. The Frank Marshal Davis FMD stuff comes right out of Obama’s own books. How dare NYT pretend that Rudy is accusing Obama of ‘ties with’ FMD. He, himself, said he was close with the man while growing up.

    All Rudy said was that Obama’s grandfather was a communist, or that he had communist friends like FMD. And that grandpa introduced Obama to FMD as a boy. So, in other words, Obama grew up around communists. That’s totally true, and again, Rudy’s source is Obama’s own books.

    I don’t care that Rudy did not say these things earlier. The event that prompted his comments just occurred. It was the prayer breakfast and/or the Terrorism conference that Obama held just a few days ago., Rudy was being interviewed and asked to respond to Obama’s comments. What was he supposed to do? Say that he agrees with Obama?

    I was disappointed that Megyn Kelly seemed to be taking very a biased stand, instead of being a neutral interviewer. It was as if Dan Rather were interviewing Rudy. Even when Rudy asked her ‘what would you do if you sat in Jeremiah Wright’s church?’ She would not answer that question. She really was defending Obama tooth & nail. .

    NOTE: I do not have cable, so I don’t see fox or cnn or any of the other cable stations. so, apologize if this is a ‘well duh’ comment about Megyn.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Megyn, like Bill O’Reilly, believes in a kind of “balance”, which she appears to assess by triangulating between what the media regards as “extremes”. Sadly, this approach is useless on issues that the media itself has polluted by declaring certain commonly held viewpoints “extreme”, and other rarely held viewpoints as “mainstream”. This is how a former extremist group like La Raza can now run around calling itself normal, and patriotic Americans “extreme”.

      Moral relativism is sometimes a useful tool, but it must be used with caution, because it ignores more fundamental absolutes.

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  22. pattyloo says:

    did anyone hear Donald Trump on Michael Savage earlier this week? he echoed a lot of the things that Giuliani said. Donald explained that he loves this country, and that is why he would consider a run for Pres. He acknowledges that he can do much better financially doing what he does now. But, he said that his buildings and other projects would be worthless if the country continues down the Obama path.

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  23. Maggie says:

    Personally I think Giuliani is an idiot but he’s absolutely right about this aspect of Obama’s character–and he’s only saying what millions are thinking already and have realized for some years. Those who criticize Giuliani for saying it need to be remembered down the road as untrustworthy at least and possible collaborators to boot. This insistence on the part of many that fiction is more palatable and politically respectable is poison. The ring of Truth is in harmony with the ring of Liberty.

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  24. pattyloo says:

    why do you think Rudy G is an idiot?

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  25. TheLastDemocrat says:

    The Headline says, “Obama grew up a Communist.”
    Sadly, the next day’s Daily News should say, “Your kids are growing up Communist.”
    Our kids get fed a steady stream of anti-dominant-culture, anti-cultural hegemony, anti-Christian, anti-free-enterprise, anti-nukelarfamily propaganda all day.

    The guide for education from grade school onward is the Port Huron statement.

    Why is it news to announce that someone who wrote an autobiography saying he grew up with communists grew up with communists?

    This is nuts. But Thank God this is being said by someone who cannot be dismissed as easily as Michael Savage or Glen Beck.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      It should say Obama is a communist. I have said it from day one but nobody wants to hear it. You get the knowing look like from a Cow in the field. He is restrained only by the constitution and the law. I only hope the country survives him.
      America Held Hostage … 625 days left to go.
      http://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/to?iso=20161108T07&p0=611&msg=Countdown+until+Obama+is+OUT+OF+OFFICE

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      • It would be a good thing if he was restrained by the Constitution and the Rule of Law. Not only have they not have constrained him, the Separation of Powers have not constrained him. His Socialist Toadies at the various agencies under his hand create tens of thousands of new “regulations” and “policies” that have the defacto force of law behind them, and they are a strong force pushing us into his Communist Order.

        Protest under applicable Constitutional and Judicial protections only slow him down a little bit, but I don’t see them holding him back much.

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  26. springstreet says:

    As Russian tanks roll into the Ukraine and ISIS spreads unmolested, Rudy and the civilized world looks at Obama’s inaction … and wonders. Yes, Barack’s “mentor” Frank Marshall Davis was a pornographer and Communist … and some of his published nude pictures were surely of Stanley Ann Dunham (or her stunt double!) but (other than his and Obama’s Hobbit ears) he and the homely Ms. Dunham bear little resemblance to the smirking “heartthrob” known as Barack Obama. And as to Obama Sr., he came half way across the globe to see his closest Hawaii college reunion friends … and they never even heard of Ms. Dunham (the “mother” who abandoned Barack as an infant). I’d guess Barack’s Communist “grandfather” always wanted a son … and the Jarretts and some other Chicago comrades had a hand in the Obama/Dunham fake parentage.

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    • pattyloo says:

      i think obama does look like FMD. anyway, much more than he looks like BO Sr.

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      • Michael Dixon says:

        He bears no resemblance to BO Sr. Stanley Ann Dunham needed a black man to accept paternity for her baby, and BO Sr. said, sure, why not, knowing he would be leaving Hawaii soon to transfer to Harvard.

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  27. It is possible – I hope not – that the epic, enlightened Giuliani “rants” might cost GOP in the short turn (opinion polls etc.). I am nevertheless grateful to Rudy because he “mainstream-ized” what so many of us feel, know, and think.

    The way the Traitor-in-Chief pushed the boundaries of what a White House resident can do and say and destroy, it was necessary for a brave man like Giuliani to push back, even being formally impolite to an office already besmirched by its occupant.

    A blast from the past showing this man does have, um, balls:

    http://edition.cnn.com/2001/US/10/11/rec.giuliani.prince/

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  28. wanthetruth says:

    I think the reason Giuliani is speaking up now is because it’s becoming clear this country will not make it to another election.

    Everything is escalating so quickly and in such an extreme fashion that no one could have anticipated. We all knew things were bad and would get worse, but who could have imagined they would get DESPERATE in such a short amount of time!
    In just months our country has fundamentally been changed and the changes keep rocketing on. I think Guiliani finally decided it’s now or never.

    I think this is about our last chance. If everyone who cares about their country – no matter what political party – doesn’t rise up in support of Guiliani and what he says, it’s over. There will be no stopping executive fiat and we will have a leader for life (what little is left of it).

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Agreed. We are one Obama mistake from a civil war or worse, and the Choomy One knows it. The Alinsky on his one shoulder begs him to take it slow, to maximize the deceit phase. The Stalin on his other shoulder says skarew it – go big NOW.

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  29. Michael H. Albiniak says:

    Glad to see someone of Mr. Guiliani’s stature bringing this to light, but it is old news. A number of years ago (2012?) Paul Kunger PhD published a book entitled “The Communist” subtitled, “Frank Marshall Davis: The untold story of Barack Obama’s mentor”. I read the book and it seems to present this thesis in a very concise, well organized and most importantly well documented manner. :I’m not sure it was a very well known book when published (the MSM no doubt completely ignored it and the far left press no doubt condemned it as far right propaganda). I myself stumbled on it by accident in some discount book bin. However if you’re interested in this topic (as I imagine most of us who follow this site are) it is an easy read, and would be worth searching it out and spending the few hours it would take you to get through it.

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    • wanthetruth says:

      Thanks, I’ll check it out.

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    • Rick Shaw says:

      For reasons I can’t divulge, I’m unable to pursue researching something fishy related to topic. 🙂 Comments incited curiosity re: FMD and BHO. Googling ‘FMD hints about son O’ led me to Wakipedia ‘talk’ page. Somebod claimed himself FMD’s son ( as well as us army intel off1c*r Ret) had posted links to refute speculation about Barry being Davis spawn.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Frank_Marshall_Davis

      When I clicked the links went to directly to the current OFA home page. Might somebody have set up now defunct pages or blog using an OFA dedicated server? Before stuff gets scrubbed, can someone with IT juju pls take a look @ link? If my suspicions r correct somebody left traces indicating certain B.O. disinfo originated at a lower level than often suspected. A couple years back O’s IT maestro, young gay man (Aaron or Eric?) suddenly assumed room temp. Might explain the occ hanging threads?

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      • Rick Shaw says:

        Alex Oxrent was the IT wizard who’d long worked 4 Barry, died suddenly.

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        • Rick Shaw says:

          Dammit, I better pay close attention to spelling here coz I can’t edit. ALEX OKRENT died mysteriously, some say…

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          • pattyloo says:

            yes, i remember this. it happened in his Chicago campaign office right downtown. There was very little coverage. It was like ’20-something year-old Obama campaign staffer dies suddenly…and tomorrow we’re expecting rain’. i wondered why his family didn’t push for more investigation. but, that was the same thing that happened when Chris Stevens was killed. No family interviews that i recall. Maybe because they were gay? i.e. no wife, kids? anyway, re alex, i remember some commenters on blogs thinking that he saw something he shouldn’t have seen, so they had to get rid of him. i did not realize that alex was an IT wizard. knowing this, i wonder if he’s the one who created the fake birth certificate. (well, i believe it was fake!)

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        They want to know who is interested. The “dead end” at the OFA server will drop the IP address of the person into friendly territory. Dem operatives in DHS and other spook houses can tell them who it is, and the Obama people can make sure it’s not anybody with an audience.

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    • 7delta says:

      Also read Kengor’s “Dupes”. It’s also well documented from original sources. The Comintern stuff from back in the day that is still circulating is eye opening. McCarthy may have been an incorrigible old drunk, but he was right.

      “At what point shall we expect the approach of danger? By what means shall we fortify against it? Shall we expect some transatlantic military giant, to step the Ocean, and crush us at a blow? Never! All the armies of Europe, Asia and Africa combined, with all the treasure of the earth (our own excepted) in their military chest; with a Buonaparte for a commander, could not by force, take a drink from the Ohio, or make a track on the Blue Ridge, in a trial of a thousand years. At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.” ~Abraham Lincoln.

      http://www.abrahamlincolnonline.org/lincoln/speeches/lyceum.htm

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  30. waltherppk says:

    Off topic, but when is the officially scheduled hanging of the Fort Hood shooter?

    I’m thinking they should build the gallows in the rose garden and invite the Bergdahl family to watch the hanging. I think a rose garden hanging is really long overdue.

    Free watermelon and barbecue ribs for everybody, and a traitor hanging in the garden for providing an atmosphere of ideological clarity. Children waving sparklers in front of a hanged raghead traitor and patriotic music. I like it.

    What a photo op.

    Eric Holder should make a brief appearance with the family of Brain Terry. Sharing watermelon and ribs would show how everything is swell since Holder and Obama were cleared of any culpability in Fast and Furious after the government investigated itself and found that gun running to the Mexican drug cartel didn’t have any involvement at the top of the U.S. administration. What a relief, because that would exposed been real corruption if something like that wasn’t all the idea of reckless subordinates acting on their own initiative. Sure is good to know that the president and Eric Holder didn’t have anything to do with anything treasonous.

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  31. Hate to be the spelling Nazi here but let’s please call Mr. Giuliani “Giuliani” not “Guiliani”. (/ :

    He’s earned it.

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  32. czarowniczy says:

    ‘Dear Daily News’: and you’ve been WHERE during the last six years?

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  33. TexasRanger says:

    Does Obama Love and Respect The United States of America?

    Barack Hussein Obama Disrespects US Flag Law…….

    and

    Obama Disrespects The American National Anthem…..

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  34. doodahdaze says:

    Obama loves Cuba. He hates America.

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  35. ray76 says:

    There is no doubt that Obama sprang from communists. Stanley Kurzt’s book “Radical-in-Chief” thoroughly documents this fact. I recommend it to everyone.

    I’ve assembled dozens of sources documenting Obama’s commie background and how they are the origin of Obamacare http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3228600/posts

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  36. Michael Dixon says:

    The State media try to direct our attention to the threat of domestic terrorists. All the while the number one domestic terrorist is _________________________ (you know who). In terms of the damage he is doing to this country, no other person or group compares.

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  37. TexasRanger says:

    Glenn Beck – Does Obama Love America?

    Glenn Beck – Does Obama Love America?

    Is Barack Hussein Obama a Disrespectful Muslim Communist That’s Using Freedom To Help His Islamic Muslim Brotherhood Brothers To Bring Islamic Muslim Sharia Law To America? And, About Rudy Giuliani’s Recent Statements Concerning Obama.

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  38. kinthenorthwest says:

    Coulter has some very good points in this.
    http://video.foxnews.com/…/ann-coulter-reacts-to-giuliani…/…

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  39. doodahdaze says:

    If you have any friends who do not believe Obama is a communist here is good ammo to explode their stupid heads with. Prima Facia slam dunk evidence.
    http://theobamafile.com/_obamunism/BarackObamaMarxist.htm

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