Obama Selects Psalm at Ground Zero Enabling Him to Proclaim ‘I am God’

Be still and know that I am God:
Obama Selects Psalm at Ground Zero Enabling Him to Proclaim ‘I am God’

Judi McLeod & Aaron I. Reichel Full Story

imagePeople should remember forever yesterday’s 10th anniversary of 9/11.  The tenth anniversary was the first one that saw banned from Ground Zero, clerics and first responders; authorities who controlled the event ordered all speakers to refrain from the use of the name “al Qaeda”.  Without Aaron I. Reichel Esq., a member of the Federal and State Bars in New York and New Jersey, author of Fahrenheit 9-12—rebuttal to Fahrenheit 9/11, and CFP columnist who was tuned in on radio for the anniversary events, we may have never known that yesterday was the day when President Barack Obama seized the opportunity through the reading of Psalm 46 to proclaim, as many as his followers seem to believe, “I am God”.
Super Congress Super Unconstitutional
How Many Times can Congressional Members Fold Like Cheap Suits?

Sher Zieve Full Story

Derivation:  Cheap suits are normally made of thinner and poorer-quality fabric that expensive ones and are easier to fold. “Fold” meaning “collapse or give way under pressure” has been in use since the 16th century. Perhaps the commonest use nowadays is in card-playing; in poker, a player who “folds” gives up and withdraws from the game.
President of the United States paraded into a joint session of Congress last week wearing — absolutely nothing!
Barack Obama Has No Clothes

Doug Patton Full Story

Some of the best children’s stories convey moral messages that speak universal truths. One of my favorites is Hans Christian Andersen’s 1837 yarn, “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” which tells the tale of an arrogant king obsessed with his appearance.

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