“If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude. Don't complain.” -- Maya AngelouIdaho billboard compares Obama to Colorado theater shooting suspect the heading screams! "Offensive." "Abhorrent." "Pathetic." Words like that are being used to describe a billboard from the "Heartlands". According to the article quoted, Maurice Clements, a former Idaho lawmaker, told the Statesman: "We're all outraged over that killing in Aurora, Colo., but we're not outraged over the boys killed in Afghanistan." What an idiot! The War in Afghanistan (2001–present), a new phase of the War in Afghanistan (1978–present), began on October 7, 2001, as the armed forces of the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and the Afghan United Front (Northern Alliance) launched Operation Enduring Freedom. The primary driver of the invasion was the September 11 attacks on the United States. It's time for war, Bush and Blair tell Taliban, President George Bush and Tony Blair where running their countries not Obama. Let's just do a history review:
- Jimmy Carter (D), served 1977–1981 (War in Afghanistan (1978)
- George H. W. Bush (R), served 1989–1993
- Bill Clinton (D), served 1993–2001
- George W. Bush (R), served 2001–2009 (War in Afghanistan (2001–present)
- Barack Obama since January 20, 2009
After Obama orchestrated the May 2011 death of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, many prominent Afghan figures began being assassinated by the insurgents, including Mohammed Daud Daud, Ahmad Wali Karzai, Jan Mohammad Khan, Ghulam Haider Hamidi, Burhanuddin Rabbani and others.
Ron Paul can Save the American Dream #indivisible has taken on Mitt Romney. Lawyers For Ron Paul Civil Rights (Voting Rights) Lawsuit FAQ This video explains a basic overview of the Civil Rights (Voting Rights/Election Fraud) Lawsuit being filed in Federal Court by Lawyers For Ron Paul on behalf of American voters If you want to see the video - Download Civil Rights FAQ-PDF (opens in new window)
According to the website, "The purpose of this lawsuit is to obtain an answer to a legal question. That question is whether you should be bound to the state party rules and statutes, or whether you should follow the federal laws found in 42 USC 1971-1974 to be unbound to vote your conscience at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida in August, 2012."
Then we add Jesse Ventura just so no one falls asleep. During his interview on the Alex Jones Show, Ventura put out a 'come and get me' plea to the Libertarian Party, indicating that he will run for President if they approach him. Ventura has also said he would seriously consider being Ron Paul's Vice-President pick if the Congressman was successful in the Republican nomination or if Paul ran as the Libertarian Party candidate.