Obama Extends U.S. National State Of Emergency One More Year
dxm: In 1976, Congress passed the National Emergencies Act, known as the ”U.S. National State Of Emergency Act ” and as of September 14, 2001, it became a tool of executive (branch) power that continues unto this day, and has now been extended for yet another year. Barack Obama is the President of the United States.
In or out of context: Not because he is a power freak looking to keep the law as an Executive branch of government ace, but because Obama is Black, and because elements of the 1%’s PNAC, Cheney-Bush White House (neocon) and GHWB-CIA are known to want Obama dead, politically and literally otherwise.
The racist component that justifies extending the State of Emergency is known (to the alphabet list of intelligence bureaucracies); that some enemies of We the People’s government threaten to literally assassinate the president because he is Black. Others wish the president dead because, at heart, he sides with the 99% in the 99% v .001% movement against the 1%. Just ask Barack’s mother-in-law or brother-in-law or Michelle if you can’t take my word for it.
In 2008, Hillary, who would have perpetuated the 1%’s hold on Wall Street (banking), and K Street’s revolving door, and the Pentagon’s Military Industrial Complex (defense contractors), was expected to be elected the 1%’s rubber-stamp President of the United States.
Fast forward to the night of Barack’s inauguration, some Heritage-types met to plan making Obama a one term president…
McConnell & Romney’s Allies In Congress Refused To Act On The Economy To Try To Beat The President
Even before President Obama was sworn into office, Senator McConnell made it his top priority to ensure that the President didn’t win re-election, calling it “the single most important thing for Republicans” to achieve. What’s worse is that in order to achieve that objective, he refused to work with the President to strengthen the economy, putting politics above getting Americans back to work. So it’s fitting that he’s speaking on the same night as Congressman Ryan, who met with his fellow Republicans in Congress on the eve of the President’s inauguration to strategize about how to defeat him electorally by obstructing his agenda.
On Obama’s Inauguration Day, Ryan and other high-profile Republicans attended a 4-hour dinner where they strategized different methods of regaining power.
1/20/09: On The Eve Of Obama’s Inauguration, Communications Specialist Frank Luntz Arranged A Dinner With Ryan, Other House And Senate Republicans, And A Weekly Standard Journalist.
“On such a night, it was a comfort to suffer among friends. Most of them—Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy, Paul Ryan, Pete Sessions, Jeb Hensarling, Pete Hoekstra, and Dan Lungren—were members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Five served in the Senate: Jim DeMint, Jon Kyl, Tom Coburn, John Ensign, and Bob Corker. The other three invitees were conservative journalist Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard, former House Speaker (and future presidential candidate) Newt Gingrich, and communications specialist Frank Luntz. Most of them had attended the inauguration. … Luntz had organized the dinner—telling the invitees, ‘You’ll have nothing to do that night, and right now we don’t matter anyway, so let’s all be irrelevant together.’”
The Attendees Discussed “Immediate Tactics” For Challenging Democrats, Including Attacking Then-Treasury Secretary Nominee Tim Geithner And Rep. Charlie Rengel For Failure To Pay Taxes.
“Senator Jon Kyl began to focus on immediate tactics. He pointed out that Tim Geithner, Obama’s nominee to be secretary of the Treasury, had failed to pay his Social Security and Medicare taxes during his three-year employment at the International Monetary Fund. Kyl sat on the Senate Finance Committee, which would be conducting Geithner’s confirmation hearings the next morning. … There was a pattern here, Gingrich pointed out. Charlie Rangel, the new House Ways and Means chairman, hadn’t paid taxes on his rental property income in more than two decades. Rangel and Geithner would be wielding more power over how taxpayer dollars would be spent than anyone else in America—and yet these guys couldn’t even be trusted to pay their own taxes? ‘And there’s a web,’ chimed in McCarthy. ‘There are freshmen who accepted campaign money from Rangel. They’re caught in the web.’ McCarthy suggested that they waste no time smacking the new Democrats with attack ads.”
By The End Of The Dinner The Republicans Had Agreed On A Comprehensive Plan That Targeted Geithner, Reaffirmed Continuing Opposition To Obama, And Attacked “Vulnerable Democrats On The Airwaves.”
“They parted company almost giddily. The Republicans had agreed on a way forward:
Go after Geithner. (And indeed Kyl did, the next day: ‘Would you answer my question rather than dancing around it—please?’) Show united and unyielding opposition to the president’s economic policies. (Eight days later, Minority Whip Cantor would hold the House Republicans to a unanimous No against Obama’s economic stimulus plan.) Begin attacking vulnerable Democrats on the airwaves. (The first National Republican Congressional Committee attack ads would run in less than two months.) Win the spear point of the House in 2010. Jab Obama relentlessly in 2011. Win the White House and the Senate in 2012. ‘You will remember this day,’ Newt Gingrich proclaimed to the others as they said goodbye. ‘You’ll remember this as the day the seeds of 2012 were sown.’”
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