April 25, 2014

The Grey Haired Brigade

They like to refer to us as senior citizens, old fogies, geezers, and in
some cases “dinosaurs”. Some of us are “baby boomers” getting ready to retire. Others have been retired for some time. We walk a little slower these days and our eyes and hearing are NOT what they once were. We have worked hard, raised our children, worshipped our God and grown old together. Yes, we are the ones some refer to as being “over the hill” and that is probably true. But before writing us off completely, there are a few things that need to be taken into consideration.

In school we studied English, history, math, and science which enabled US to lead America into the technological age. Most of us remember what outhouses were, many of us with firsthand experience. We remember the days of telephone party-lines, ten cent gasoline, and milk and ice being delivered to our homes. For those of you who don’t know what an icebox is, today they are electric and referred to as refrigerators. A few even remember when cars were started with a crank. Yes, we lived those days.We are probably considered old fashioned and out-dated by many. But there are a few things you need to remember BEFORE completely writing us off.

We WON World War II and fought in Korea and Viet Nam.
We can quote the pledge of allegiance, and know where to place our hand while doing so.
We wore the uniform of our country with pride and lost many friends on the battlefield.
We didn’t fight for the Socialist States of America, we fought for the “land of the free and home of the brave.”
We wore different uniforms but carried the same flag.
We know the words to the Star Spangle Banner, and America the Beautiful by heart, and you may even see some tears running down our cheeks as we sing. We have lived what many of you have only read about in history books and we feel no obligation to apologize to anyone for America.
Yes, we are old and slow these days but rest assured, we have at least one good fight left in us.
We have loved this country, fought for it, and died for it, and now we are going to save it.

It is our country and nobody is going to take it away from us. We took oaths to defend America against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and that is an oath we plan to KEEP. There are those who want to destroy this land we love but, like our founders, there is no way we are going to remain silent. It was the young people of this nation who elected Obama and the Democratic Congress. You fell for the “Hope and change” which in reality was nothing but “HYPE & LIES.” You have now tasted socialism and seen evil face to face, and have found you don’t like it after all. You make a lot of noise but most are all too interested in their careers and “Climbing the social ladder” to be involved in such mundane things as patriotism and voting. It appears that we care more about our grandchildren than some care about their own children.

Many of those who fell for the “great lie” in 2008 are now having buyer’s remorse. With all the education we gave you, you didn’t have sense enough to see through the lies and instead drank the Kool-aid. Now you’re paying the price and complaining about it. No jobs, lost mortgages, higher taxes, and less freedom.

This is what you voted for and this is what you got!!

We entrusted you with the Torch of Liberty and you traded it for a paycheck and a fancy house. Well, don’t worry youngsters, the Grey Haired Brigade is here, and in one month we are going to take BACK our nation.

We may drive a little slower than you would like but we get where we’re going, and in November we’re going to the polls by the millions. This land does NOT belong to the Muslim in the White House or to Nancy Pelosi OR Harry Reid. It belongs to We the People, and We the People plan to reclaim our land and our freedom. We hope this time you will do a better job of preserving it and passing it along to our grandchildren. So the next time you have the chance to say the Pledge of Allegiance, stand up, put your hand over your heart, honor our country, and thank God for the old geezers of the Grey Haired Brigade.


Macman is a devoted citizen of South Carolina who has taken on the cause of "Term Limits" and welcomes all questions on this subject. He is also active in the political discussions to help educate and raise awareness.

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  1. David Root says:

    I just got the text of your opinion in an email. I find it would be nice to go back to the things of old but we can’t. It is a different world. I am your age, a veteran who was brave and now not free because of it. I think you have not looked at history with a good eye. Reagan ran up the debt. At the end of Clinton’s two terms we were about to pay down the national debt. But Georgie ran it up. Between the two and because of their military spending they are respondsible for 9 trillion of the 13 trillion in debt. Now with a bunch of cry baby republicans in the congress Mr. Obama can get nothing done. That will change I believe. We the people are tired of ‘Big Money’ buying off elections and that goes for both parties. I find that most of you people don’t like Obama because he is BLACK. You don’t see the problems and you are bigots. We need to get big money out of politics and get the rich to pay their share of taxes. Wake Up!

  2. Jo-Ann Flynn says:

    Excellent, macman. I’m one of your brigade and I will vote!

  3. John Brannaka says:

    There are still plenty of us youngsters who have the same values as you and have done many of the same things. I have used an old, wooden outhouse. I was raised in the mountains of Pennsylvania and I cling to my values and beliefs. I was brought up to respect people of all races, religions, creeds and backgrounds. I am an American, a son, a brother, an uncle, and a veteran. I, and many others in my generation, have taken the oath to defend this country against all enemies, foreign and domestic. I served in the United States Marine Corps and deployed to Iraq. I was honorably discharged in May of 2010 after 5 years of service to my country.
    I find your message true, yet offensive. I am 24 years old. I cannot help that I was not born in a time when gas was 25 cents per gallon. If I had been, I would’ve served this country in World War II, Korea and/or Vietnam as well. Don’t lump all of us youngsters together and stereotype that we are the reason for our country going to hell in a hand-basket. Us youngsters are a product of our up-bringing. That leaves the blame on previous generations and you cannot debate that. A child learns from his/her parents/guardians how they should carry themselves as an adult. Something went wrong long before my generation was brought into this world. I’m glad to see that there is an organization who wants to reverse the way our country is headed, however, you cannot blame us. We were handed this disaster and are expected to clean up your mess. It will be a difficult task as the majority of my generation are not like me in wishing to revert this country back to how it used to be. The fact that many of the politicians are corrupt and are looking for their own personal gain doesn’t help your attempt to blame my generation. They are not my generation. As you remain anonymous I am left with the only option to assume that they are your generation or a product of your generation. So what it comes down to is that previous generations were not good stewards of this great nation. You let it get out of hand and look where it got us.

    Respectfully and sincerely,
    Cpl. John F. Brannaka, USMC ’05-’10

  4. Have you seen the training video of the blue-haired Tea Party “terrorists” in Waco?

    Take a look!

  5. Barbara Bates says:

    Great video.

  6. TPANick says:

    My feelings on this are much like John Brannaka’s comments.

    For the record, I’m 24 and I’m so conservative that Michelle Bachmann’s representative at the Mt. Pleasant 9/12 August meeting had to try to argue to me for more government than I’d prefer. I agree that many in my generation are worthless. Politically apathetic (not voting) would be an improvement on their current political habits (voting for democrats every 4 years), and I argue that too them. With that being said, I have a number of conservative friends as well. But to blame the young people for Barrack Obama is generally without merit.

    First, for Obama to even be a consideration their must first be his ideological predecessors. The “Greatest Generation” (dubbed by Tom Brokaw, which certainly says something) voted for our first socialist president FDR. Not just once, but several times, then upon his death, they rewarded his vice president by electing him in 1948. Worse, in 1964 my elders gave us LBJ, and our nation never recovered. Since LBJ we have a permanent unyielding welfare state and we also have a foreign policy that demands we are everywhere all the time. Both of these ideas are unconstitutional, counterproductive, and expensive. And for that, I can thank my elders. By my count we’ve had 5 good (or at least not bad) presidents in the 20th century: Harding, Coolidge, Eisenhower, JFK, and Reagan. If you voted against them or vehemently supported any other president, you contributed to the problem that you accuse this generation of.

    Secondly, while the youth came out in record numbers in 2008, they hardly had the numbers to give Obama the victory. Obama won because the “Democrat Coalition” is pretty constant, because President Bush was a terrible president, and because the republican party nominated John McCain, the worst republican in the senate.

    Seeing as I didn’t vote for Obama, I don’t take personal offense to the anger at my generation. A number of them suck. Why are they so worthless? In part, the blame should go to the parents, the media, their schools; which are all products of an older generation.

  7. Oldsarg1947 says:

    I was only 20 in 1968 and to young to vote from Viet Nam. But I have not missed an election since then and served over 20 years active duty in the Air Force as well as in different parts of this great nation and other parts of the world. God willing if I am breathing my vote with be under the column for NOBABMA.

  8. MissLiberty says:

    To me it’s not an age issue at all. The last thing we need to do is divide ourselves along these sort of lines. I’m in it to win it and I’ll stand with you if you’re eight or eighty.

  9. UrSenile says:

    What a self serving crock of revisionist history. How about an apology instead? You sat on your butt and did NOTHING other than voting for republicans blindly. They sacrificed our countries youth under false flag war, privatized our public treasure while transferring the debt to the public, and our commons (simple things like air, water, forests) yep they trashed those too. What did you do since the 1940s? You sat back and hit the snooze button. Now your upset about Obama? Well pat yourself on the back because the political landscape you left us fostered the election of anyone but another republican! Politician talking points sound great, then once in office they do just the opposite – DEMS AND REPS!

    Republicans give it all away to the corps, Dems give it to the poor. Both use our treasure to pay back their lesser contributors while both parties bend over for wall st so you can save the its all Obamas fault or the youth fault crap.

    Botto line is you blew it, now how about being part of the solution instead of playing the back up band to the power broker theatrical troop. If you really want to leave things better than you found them then pull the palin sticker off your hoverround and get to work for Ron Paul instead of trying to point the finger somewhere else besides the country and kids it has been your failed responsibility to tend to.

  10. RightDog says:

    Welcome to our web site, sir. I think MacMan’s ( the author) points were directed not at all young people, just the ones that fell for Obama’s hopey-changey message and got him elected. If you are one that voted for O, then I can understand that you are offended.

    I must say, angry people like you are doing Ron Paul —– an honorable American that is correct on many issues but woefully wrong and “way out there” on others, IMHO —- no favors. Because you mentioned him, I assume you’re a supporter of his and purport to represent the views of others that support him. One can “disagree without being disagreeable”. If you did vote for O and now support Ron Paul, you have made an amazing about face.

    If you truly are politically conservative, and I have my doubts, I hate to tell you that your rant sounds to me a lot like what we get from the “left wing lurkers” that visit us occasionally. They’re angry and have little to offer but criticism and strongly negative remarks directed at various people, including our article contributors. We don’t silence those types as long as they don’t violate our site rules, although your remarks border on unacceptable content. But we let yours go through just to make a point, as we do on left wingers. You might note that a couple of other commenters disagreed with the author and expressed themselves with a credible argument and respect for the author and other readers.

    I hope you get over your anger soon and work constructively to persuade voters that your candidate is best for our country. If your comments and tone reflect your typical way of blasting people for expressing a different view from what you believe, then you might be chasing away more people from Mr. Paul than you think you are attracting. Have a nice day.

  11. Joi de Vivre says:

    To David Root. Do you REALLY believe people don’t like Obama because he’s black? What a crock! We don’t like him because he’s a MARXIST. The problems in America have developed for many, many years, and I’ve watched freedom crumble and the Constitution get gutted for most of my life–and yes, I’m well over 60. Obama is only the frosting on the socialist/Marxist cake. Almost every president during my lifetime–and I was born when FDR was in office–has promoted the socialist agenda. We are over-regulated, over-taxed, and most are lulled into thinking that government can solve everything. They never notice that government caused the problems to begin with. Obama is just the latest in a long list of those who would make us dependent on the State, undermining the very thing that made this country great: Freedom. The freedom to risk all and perhaps even fail. Instead of seeing that, you play the race card. Please. Don’t insult those of us who don’t like Obama. Instead, look at what America used to be, where it is now, and where this man wants to take us–away from self-sufficiency, away from freedom, firmly dependent on the State to tell us what to do and how to live. This is not the America our Founding Fathers envisioned, and it’s not the America that I want to live in. MY PARENTS’ AND MY GENERATION STARTED THIS! God help us, perhaps we can turn it around.

  12. What a great piece of anti-establisment propaganda. I was born in 1923. a veteran of WWII, Korea and Vietnam. I believe that the brains of this Gray Haired Brigade has been fried by the sun.
    I’ve watch “my” generation make a mess of this ountry. There has been a few attempts by Democratic Presidents (young ones) to keep this country out of wars. But…..the Republican aAdmistration thrives on wars, Give the young people an opportunity to sink or swim.
    I saw hope for this country when I saw your children, whom you forced to run away or tossed them out because you didn’t l ike their views. Many congregated here in San Francisco, called Hippies and Flower Children. What a beautiful bunch of kids you Gray Haired Brigade tossed away.
    Some now want to do the rights that you and your greedy corporaee bosses who hire a gang of lawyeres and accountants to make them look legal. You hae gven carte blance to those empty suits to take over Washigton by putting all those Republicans on their payroll.
    Here is one bald headed old man who keeps out of the sun would rather have your grand kids run the country instead of your buddies who stole Americal You want to take the country back,
    back to what, back to bush’s wars, Nixon’s crooked ways, Hoover’s inept methods. Regan’s trickle down economy. The trickling down ended up in the pockets of the mega rich. They still are sitting on those trickles.

  13. Macman says:

    When someone begins a discussion with incorrect or flawed logic and statements, the balance of the piece is likely to also be flawed. You begin your attack by stating: “There has (sic) been a few attempts by Democratic Presidents (young ones) to keep this country out of wars. But…..the Republican aAdmistration (sic) thrives on wars,”
    The quote, “Those Who Forget History Are Doomed to Repeat It” has been attributed in various forms to many, but I believe it is appropriate to use in my response to you. You are obviously old enough to have witnessed many of our modern day wars. If you had taken a look at our modern day history of war and checked to see who our Presidents were when we entered the war or police action you would have realized how wrong your statement is. The charge that the Republican Party thrives on war cannot be substantiated by the facts. Review the facts below you will see that the Democrats were in charge when most of the wars were started.
    World War I – Woodrow Wilson (1913 – 1921) – A Democrat
    World War II – Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1933 – 1945) – A Democrat
    Korean War – Harry S. Truman – (1945 – 1953) – A Democrat
    Vietnam – John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson (1961 – 1969) – Two More Democrats
    Drawdown of U.S. troops from Southeast Asia – Richard M. Nixon (1969 – 1974) – A Republican
    Ended Cold War with U.S.S.R – Ronald Reagan (1981 – 1989) – Another Republican
    Persian Gulf War I – George Herbert Walker Bush (1989 – 1993) – A Republican
    Persian Gulf War II with Iraq (1999) plus Serbia vs. Bosnia, Kosovo – William J. Clinton (1993 – 2001) One more Democrat!
    Iraq – George H. W. Bush (2001 – 2009) – A Republican

    You are correct that the sixties were difficult times for our youth. I was one of them and served in the Air Force in the early sixties. However, my memory and the facts support that the Vietnam War was started and waged under a Democrat administration.

  14. Derald McCabe says:

    I am 70 years young and remember when a dollar was a dollar and I could exchange silver certificates for real money Art 1. sec 10 of the Constitution of the United States. If we do not replace the Federal Reserve with the Treasury Department the way it was intended we will all wake up in the land our fathers conqured and we fought for, homeless and destitute. WAKE UP AMERICA BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.

  15. Stephen Oswald says:

    Well, how convenient. Nowhere in this “manifesto” does it mention the eight LONG years previous, squarely representing the Grey-Haired Brigade, that got us into this mess in the first place. Why fess up to that? You’ve got the perfect scapegoat, don’t you. I voted for Obama in 2008 because I had hope and wanted a change from the senior citizens, old fogies, geezers and dinosaurs that were busy grinding the country into dust. Has Obama done a good job righting the ship? No sir, he couldn’t get the job done and I’m sure he’ll be out on his ear soon. At least I can take stock that in electing Obama, it showed the majority of people in this country have the courage to believe in hope and change. God bless America, land that I love.

  16. RightDog says:

    It should not give any of us comfort that the majority of this country had “the courage to believe in hope and change”, whatever that silly campaign slogan was supposed to mean. The Man-Child-in-Chief made it into office with complicity of a fawning media that refused to examine and expose his history, associations, accomplishments, beliefs, principles and values, none of it. People that voted for him were overcome with BDS (Bush Derangement Synbdrome) and were too lazy to do their own research. That’s what’s sad.

    Fortunately, most of them are awake and paying attention. Mr. Oswald, I hope you count yourself among those with buyer’s remorse.

  17. Dennis says:

    Paragraphs 1 -4 are nothing but hyperbole and reminising about the “good ol’ days” . We may not have the one room schoolhouses and “2 seaters” of yesteryear, but who really wants to go back to that? Party lines have been replaced with facebook, where you get to choose who else is on your line, when gas was .25 a gallon, the average hourly wage was under $2.00 an hour. Over the last 30 years, adjusted for inflation and the CPI, gasoline was cheapest from 1992 through 1999, then began a pretty consistent climb through the next 8 years, culminating in the highest average price in the last 30 years in early 2008, then fell to the lowest price in a decade at the end of 2008 into the beginning of 2009. it has been climbing in fits and starts again, but even at its most recent high mark, is still 10% lower than it was in early 2008.(Just under 4.00 a gal nat’l avg vs 4.40 a gal avg in spring/summer 2008 adjusted for CPI) The average worker has less buying power in their paycheck than they had 30 to 40 years ago, due to the tax burden being shifted to the middle class from the higher income brackets. Back when we had “the good old days” the maximum tax bracket was over 90% for the wealthiest 1%, (under that socialist Eisenhower), but happily that wise economic guru, Ronald “McDonald” Reagan gutted, I mean revamped the tax code to shift the burden to the middle class and dramatically dropped the tax rates for the ultra wealthy so his “trickle down” theory could be put into effect. (still waiting for the benefits from that to “trickle down”…) {One of the most recent and comprehensive studies on the change in income inequality in America was a 2011 study by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) — “Trends in the Distribution of Household Income Between 1979 and 2007″. (It chose the two years because they both preceded an economic recession and so both were periods of “similar overall economic activity”[). The report found that real household income after federal taxes and including government transfers (payments from Social Security, unemployment insurance, etc.) grew by 62%. However, income of households in the top 1 percent of earners grew by 275%, compared to 65% for the next 19 percent, just under 40% for the next 60 percent, 18% for the bottom fifth of households. “As a result of that uneven income growth,” the report noted, “the share of total after-tax income received by the 1 percent of the population in households with the highest income more than doubled between 1979 and 2007, whereas the share received by low- and middle-income households declined … The share of income received by the top 1 percent grew from about 8% in 1979 to over 17% in 2007. The share received by other 19 percent of households in the highest income quintile (one-fifth of the population as divided by income) was fairly flat over the same period, edging up from 35% to 36%.”^ Congressional Budget Office: Trends in the Distribution of Household Income Between 1979 and 2007. October 2011. p.iii, ix

    Laying claim to being the only generation that”loves their country” is really a slap in the face of the young people that are in the armed forces now as volunteers, not draftees, and discounts the efforts of those who work in the communities to try to shore up the victims of the policies that the last 2 Bush and the Reagan presidencies damage caused to our economy. While the 66% of 18-29 year olds was the biggest age demographic voting for Obama, he took every age group up to 64 year olds, with only the 65+ going to McCain. Many in that age bracket (not all) were still a product of the segregation and Jim Crow days and could not fathom a black president. You only had to look at the political attacks to see that plainly. Those who “bought” the Hope and Change mantra were not conned into it, and for the most part, those who ARE disillusioned are not happy that change didn’t come fast enough. They are, for the most part though, intelligent enough to see that it is the republican congressional leadership that is dragging the country down. As far as “tasting socialism”, we have a republic in an electoral sense, but it is and has been a social democracy to increasing degrees since the very beginning. Conservatives just like to use “Socialist” as the new “Communist” boogieman. If a persons objective is just to demonize the word without understanding what we’ve actually got here in the United States, then intelligent conversation on the issues would be impossable. Everything from our school system, to police departments, to trash collection, fire departments, park systems, public works, etc. etc. etc. is a form of socialism. (not to mention Social Security. What would have happened to our retirees if they only had stocks and investments to fall back on when the deregulated market imploded ?) To question the patriotism of someone that cares about social justice over corporate welfare is disingenuous at best. It is a merely an attempt to gain status by demeaning someone elses views without any factual justification. It doesn’t desrve the time to rebut it… The arguments of “No jobs, lost mortgages, higher taxes” and “We entrusted you with the Torch of Liberty and you traded it for a paycheck and a fancy house” are confusing in their contradiction… If the first part is true, {(which it isn’t, job growth is up and taxes are lower that before the Obama administration…Leanding has been tightened up and forecloseures are slowing significantly…)NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Foreclosure filings and repossessions fell to their lowest level since 2007 last year. Total filings, including default notices and bank repossessions were down 33% for the year to 2.7 million, according to RealtyTrac, the online marketer of foreclosed properties. By Les Christie @CNNMoney January 12, 2012} then how could you argue the second part of a “paycheck and a fancy house”??? Gotta decide on a position and stick to it…

    We didn’t “buy into ” anything. We, as a nation, saw that a war mongering corporate sycophant who was willing to bring in a intellectual lightweight bimbo in order to attempt to pander to the womens vote, (didn’t work though. women saw through it and went for Obama 56% to McCains 43%) and did what was best for the country. No one “stole” “your” country. Not like in 2000, where an attorney general who actively campaigned for Bush used her influence to get hundreds of thousands of votes from progressive districts buried and disallowed, throwing the election to a conservative supreme court whose most famous for failing to recuse themselves when confronted with clear conflicts of interest…(Thomas, with his wife being employed by the Heritage foundation, and her lobbying for groups that had business before the court, and his falsification of court documents regarding that, He and Scalia both taking very lucrative speaking engagement fees from the Koch Brothers while the Citizens United cases were about to come before them, And Alito attending a fundraiser for a group that is arguing against the ACA)

    “We the People” have voted. Stop trying to claim it was stolen. Your guy lost because it was plain that he represented corporate interests over the interests of the citizens of the United States. Reagan did a ton of damage to this country. Bush took a budget surplus and turned it into a humongous deficit and put us into TWO “unfunded” wars against the WRONG PEOPLE … (Unfunded is a misnomer, he just didn’t put it into the budget as an expense, but they still had to be paid for, and then sold the rights to profiteer from the support systems to his and Cheney’s cohorts in corporations like Haliburton, Dyncorp and the Carlyle Group.) War Profiteering USED to be a capital offense. Now it’s just a republican business model. When we say the pledge of allegiance, it is to the ideals of freedom, opportunity and fairness that are supposed to be the foundation of this country. Voting for politicians who openly sell their loyalty to corporate sponsors over representing the best interests of their constituency is not “Patriotic”. Please stop demeaning the word by claiming it is…

  18. Missed the Point says:

    Whether you are young or old is not the point. That you voted for Obama and elected him the President of the United States of America is where the problem is at this time in history. Barack Obama is not a president of the people who is for the people. Obama is a President of the “Chosen few” who provided the means and the money to get him elected. He is a socialist who is determined to destroy the republic we know and love as the United States of America and replace it as fast as he can with the one world government controlled by the “Saul Alinsky’s”, George Soros’, Nancy Pelosi’s, communists, socialists, the United Nations, and those who want to see an end to the USA.

    He is following Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals to undermine the government of the United States of America. Just look at his disdane for the Constitution of the United States. If it benefits him and his cause, he is all for following it. If it gets in the way, then let’s appoint another czar, and by presidential proclamantion and edict, create the “law” that we want to follow or that will garner the Obamanation the most votes to keep Obama in power. This avoids the Constitutional seperation of powers. He is so predictable. Yet, the Republican Party cannot see this or chooses to be pascifit in dealing with this man and his determination to destroy our liberties and freedoms.

    Look at how ignorant the Republicans were when they nominated Senator McCain and allowed him to play dead during the election. That secured Obama’s first term. It is time for those who voted in the first election for Obama, if they are not sucking up government “entitlements” and want to keep the unearned money coming to themselves, to take a hard look at what four more years of Obama will mean. More dependence on the government for your jobs, liberty, healthcare, freedom, and retirement.

    The Obamanation’s government will determine who gets medical care (who will live or die), how much is enough for your retirement (while robbing all of the existing privately owned 401′s, IRA’s, private retirement accounts to fund other government “programs” – unless you are in a supporting union), placing Supreme Court justices on the court who will support the communist/socialist/progressive/leftist agendas of the Obamanation (Good-bye 2nd amendment rights, hello big brother, hello government takeovers of every major industry, banks, energy supplies, agricultural endeavors, etc.), and good-bye to the protection of the US borders from all illegal immigrants/aliens (They will all be welcomed. They will all get benefits. They will all get free medical care – with the government (aka taxpayers) paying for it with 50-70% taxes across the board). Also, say good-bye to the protections of the US Constitution. Obama is ignoring it now. Watch how he ignores it if he is re-elected. Do you want to bet that he moves to repeal the Twenty-Second Amendment to the Constitution (AKA the Chavez manuever).

    The country is in crisis, and as Obama and his handler, Rahm Emanuel, said it: “Don’t let a serious crisis go to waste.” Obama and the Obamanation have been runnuing his administration and the country from one “crisis” to the next “crisis” to whip up the frenzy of his base. It is time to stop this travesty of an administration and President Obama by removing him through the election process.

    God save the United States of America.

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