Sheriff Joe

Seems he is being ignored by the LSM – wonder why that is…


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kim
    Mar 20, 2012 @ 10:02:09

    When Arpaio announced his press conference, there was some interest; after all, it’s not often a member of law enforcement actually holds our beloved 44th president to any standards the rest of us have to follow. After the announcement, this writer thought that the fake documents announcement was interesting, but really–who didn’t know that the Obama docs were frauds? Outside of raving Obamabots and members of the “conservative” Corporate Media–who have more excuses for not covering Obama’s missing records than card-carrying members of the Mainstream Media (which conservative readers supposedly despise for their heavy-handed management of the news).


    • Kim
      Mar 20, 2012 @ 10:03:02

      What initially made the date so INTERESTING to this writer was that during the Sheriff Joe press conference, it was announced that this meeting between the mailman and Barack Obama occurred “at approximately the same time” as the alleged Selective Service registration. That would place the meeting in the EARLY 1980s and that would open up a whole new can of worms–which no one has written about.

      Until now.

      This would place Barack Obama in Bill Ayers’ neighborhood when Obama WAS 19-YEARS-OLD. How did he get there? What was he doing there? Who set up the meeting? This opens up as many questions as what was a 19-year-old Obama doing in the home of one of the richest families in Pakistan during the summer of 1980? [This latter incident is covered completely in The Secret Life of Barack Hussein Obama, as well as being in the American Thinker piece, Who is Barack Obama?] That Obama guy certainly did get around!


  2. Kim
    Mar 20, 2012 @ 10:20:33

    Pssssst TSA: Doesn’t this sorta defeat the purpose?!

    According to Judicial Watch, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napalitano is actually considering waving airport pat downs for Muslim women who consider them offensive. I consider them offensive, too – do I get an exemption, too?


  3. Kim
    Mar 20, 2012 @ 12:32:29

    Andrew Napolitano weighs in on a new federal law that could result in felony charges for those trying to petition our rulers for redress of our grievances as if this were still America:


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