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The "REAL" List of American Traitors

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Tam

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His big money supporters are the real traitors. He would not beable to destroy the US from within the Oval Office if it wasn't for George Soros and Hollyweirds money. When you add the Mexican Felons and God only knows how much Muslim Brotherhood money to the Obama coffers you have a recipe for total disaster at the cost of the American tax payers that will pay the final bill with their freedoms and liberties.

BTW if we are voting on who #2 should be, I vote for Air Head Pelosi and Do Nothing Good Reid. Those two have done their upmost to push the leftwing socalist agenda through even if it meant BUYING OFF and THREATENING their own members. :x
 

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and why doesn't Liberal Hollywood ever get blamed for promoting guns and murder? :???:

The Dems. will take their money, but never accuse them of "hanging on to their guns and religion", to make a buck?
 

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Faster horses said:
Eric Holder should be #1 or #2. IMO


only because he is current. For some reason many Dems. seem to want to bring America down to the world average, instead of picking up the rest of the World, or society, by the bootstraps and upping the average.

Provide the min., and have people become dependent and lazy, instead of requiring just a little more, so as to improve the whole lot.

And then when even the most highest, when it comes to the laws of the land, is incompetent and more than likely broke the domesticc and international law, blame it on someone else and try to hide the facts, so the truth is never known.

Sets a great example, that's for sure. No wonder the US is going down hill and there are so many in jail.
 

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tumbleweed_texn said:
The list won't be complete without LBJ's name on there.


Tex

That is a very true statement.

I have a book written in 1964 entitled A TEXAN LOOKS AT LYNDON, A Study in Illegitimate Power, by J. Evetts Haley. This book was written after Lyndon B. Johnson became President due to John F. Kennedy being assassinated. Johnson was up for re-election in November of 1964. Mr. Haley more or less stated that as a fellow Texan and a fellow Democrat, he could not with clean conscience let the American voters go to the polls without knowing some of the hanky-panky Johnson had pulled to get to his present position of influence. The book is quite an eye-opener on Lyndon Johnson's nasty shenanigans.
 

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I just finished reading "In the President's Secret Service" by Ronald
Kessler and the SS had NOTHING good to say about LBJ.

BTW, it's a real good read.

The SS really has been facing some challenges with the director they
currently have and have had for awhile. Interesting.
 

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Faster horses said:
I just finished reading "In the President's Secret Service" by Ronald
Kessler and the SS had NOTHING good to say about LBJ.

BTW, it's a real good read.

The SS really has been facing some challenges with the director they
currently have and have had for awhile. Interesting.


Isn't that the book where the SS had great things to say about the Bushes? And less than great things to say about Dem. Presidents?
 

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tumbleweed_texn said:
The list won't be complete without LBJ's name on there.


Tex
I'll go for that:
“We are going to try to take all of the money that we think is unnecessarily being spent and take it from the 'haves' and give it to the 'have nots' that need it so much.” (President Lyndon Johnson, White House Address, January 15, 1964.)
 

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hypocritexposer said:
Faster horses said:
I just finished reading "In the President's Secret Service" by Ronald
Kessler and the SS had NOTHING good to say about LBJ.

BTW, it's a real good read.

The SS really has been facing some challenges with the director they
currently have and have had for awhile. Interesting.


Isn't that the book where the SS had great things to say about the Bushes? And less than great things to say about Dem. Presidents?

Pretty much. The Carters treated them very badly and kept thier drinking
undercover, but they were hard drinkers. They did like Bill Clinton, but
not Hillary, by any means. Yes, they really thought the Bushes treated
them well. And the Obama's do as well. They had problems with both
Bush daughtes as they just wanted to be like normal people; the
best young people they had to deal with was Chelsea Clinton. As I said,
it's an interesting book. They really don't have the first-class firearms
they need and some other things they need and the morale is not as good
as it should be. Oh, they really liked President Reagan, but not his wife,
Nancy...

Here's a quote from the book: "Bush is down-to-earth, caring, an agent
says.The Bushes offer food to agents. They are always thinking of
people around them."

"But agents were always amazed at the difference between Bush in
person and the way he came across at press conferences. He does not
look comfortable in front of a microphone, an agent who was on his
detail says. With us he doesn't talk like that, doesn't sound like that.
He's funny as hell. Incredible sense of humor and he'll joke around."

Anyhow, I enjoyed the book and would recommend it. It's an easy read.
 

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Faster horses said:
hypocritexposer said:
Faster horses said:
I just finished reading "In the President's Secret Service" by Ronald
Kessler and the SS had NOTHING good to say about LBJ.

BTW, it's a real good read.

The SS really has been facing some challenges with the director they
currently have and have had for awhile. Interesting.


Isn't that the book where the SS had great things to say about the Bushes? And less than great things to say about Dem. Presidents?

Pretty much. The Carters treated them very badly and kept thier drinking
undercover, but they were hard drinkers. They did like Bill Clinton, but
not Hillary, by any means. Yes, they really thought the Bushes treated
them well. And the Obama's do as well. They had problems with both
Bush daughtes as they just wanted to be like normal people; the
best young people they had to deal with was Chelsea Clinton. As I said,
it's an interesting book. They really don't have the first-class firearms
they need and some other things they need and the morale is not as good
as it should be. Oh, they really liked President Reagan, but not his wife,
Nancy...

Here's a quote from the book: "Bush is down-to-earth, caring, an agent
says.The Bushes offer food to agents. They are always thinking of
people around them."

"But agents were always amazed at the difference between Bush in
person and the way he came across at press conferences. He does not
look comfortable in front of a microphone, an agent who was on his
detail says. With us he doesn't talk like that, doesn't sound like that.
He's funny as hell. Incredible sense of humor and he'll joke around."

Anyhow, I enjoyed the book and would recommend it. It's an easy read.


Knowing people in person versus in the "spotlight" is totally different.

But from what I gather, Barry and Michelle are very much like we guessed they would be like.

Narcissistic and not "of the people".
 
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