Meanwhile, in these hours leading up to the ghostly apparition — words circling reality like an ether that never was corporeal but persists in hanging around to haunt, taunt and oftentimes, terrorize — the American people are wandering around, looking for a President. Because few among American public even know who this guy behind the podium tonight actually is, except that he’s wordy with many a tall tale to tell and words and the tall tales they tell (and the guy who tells them) don’t fill the gas tanks — and sometimes they siphon the gas from the tank.
Take note: every time you hear the ether say, “investment,” understand that the ether means “spending” and “increasing the national debt.” Just as “gas” means “tree bark and grass mulch” and “jobs” means “increased unemployment if you don’t hire on with the expanding federal government.” Just as “birth certificate” means “there isn’t one” and “birthers” means “inconvenient citizens who ask us to uphold the Constitution that we’re doing our best to ignore if not trash.”
Remember that huge Marx-Cult red and black — and expensive — red dress that wore Michelle Obama to the “White House State Dinner” for China? That Dinner, the one where lobster and steak were served and consumed, where the pianist from China played the song he loved most, the one that refers to Amerians as “jackals”. Remember that? This site’s htaccess file is loaded with hundreds of IPAs (“Internet Protocol Addresses”) from servers located in China, the very same that scrape this site’s content, rip-off information and do whatever harms to this American-citizen’s site as possible if left to their own devices? (Here’s but one among thousands of publicly available reports about China’s rotten behavior using the internet.)
These scurrilous deeds are not limited to this one site: millions of site owners here in the U.S. are familiar with this despicable criminality by China but I wonder if the giant red Marxist dress or the woman who was worn by it while consuming steak and lobster and the American economy asked the President of China (or his wife) why the Chinese people don’t give a fig about ripping us off. Anyone drop that question before, during or after that Dinner? Not to mention manipulating the value of the U.S. Dollar, hardly a thing to toast over dessert but toasting the rippers was, indeed, the point of that gorge-fest in the White House by the smokey inhabitants.
Waiting — for tonight’s ghostly apparition of many words that belie reality — is a chore, but necessary, because we the American people live here and we know where we were born and to whom and when in this nation, unlike the non-corporeal ether that will linger behind the podium this evening doing it’s best to continue to lead others astray.
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Sour note at Hu fete
Pianist’s anti-US melody
– by S.A. MILLER, NYPost
Last Updated: 10:07 AM, January 24, 2011
Posted: 1:32 AM, January 24, 2011
Chinese-born pianist Lang Lang gave a musical shout out to America-hating patriots in his homeland when he played at the White House state dinner last week.
During his performance, Lang tinkled the ivories with the famous anti-American propaganda tune “My Motherland” — the theme song from the Chinese-made Korean War movie “Battle on Shangangling Mountain.”
Chinese President Hu Jintao, the guest of honor at the dinner, surely recognized the melody. The song has been a favorite anti-American propaganda tool for decades.
Lang apparently knew exactly what he was playing.
‘I think playing the tune at the White House banquet can help us, as Chinese people, feel extremely proud.’ — Pianist Lang Lang,
A White House spokesman declined to comment on the song selection, instead directing questions about Lang’s performance to the National Security Council staff, which was not available to comment.
The 1956 film “Battle on Shangangling Mountain” depicts Chinese troops pinned down under enemy fire on the mountain. Then reinforcements arrive and the troops attack the US soldiers, whom the Chinese refer to as “jackals.” (— Continued).
Remember this dress from Election Night 2008? Announcing the triumph of the Marx-Cult over the American jackals…