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Obama Zombies, Jason Mattera, Al Franken, Health Care Bill lowers costs?, Sean Hannity interview, Obamamania, hypnotic trance, Feeling of omnipotent ecstasy and euphoria

Obama Zombies, Jason Mattera. We have been aware of the hypnotic trance that the Obama kool aid drinking followers fall into since the early days of the 2008 election. Jason Mattera, author of “Obama Zombies”, was interview recently by Sean Hannity on Fox. “Waking Up the ‘Obama Zombies’” “JASON MATTERA, AUTHOR, “OBAMA ZOMBIES”: Hey, Senator Franken, Jason Mattera. Appreciate your remarks in there. You were awesome. SEN. AL FRANKEN, D-MINN.: Thank you. MATTERA: I was wondering, which portions of the health care bill lower costs? Is it the provision givingRead More


Grassroots in Nebraska update, February 10 2010, Meeting February 11, Sovereignty Resolution, Open thread, Larry Sinclair, Government control of health care, Rezko, Blagojevich, John Brennan, MN senate race, Al Franken

Lest we forget. There is much going on, we are on the road to saving this country from collapse and we must continue to fight to save it. There are many unfinished stories to write and to stay on top of. Here are just a few of them. John Brennan’s controversial handing of terrorists, his controvesial past and his very suspicious ties to Obama. The Rod Blagojevich trial, Tony Rezko sentencing and what potentially will be revealed about Obama. The suspicious MN senate race and seat that Al Franken obtained.Read More


Al Franken, MN senate election, Minnesota judge declares uncounted absentee ballots open to public inspection, January 8, 2010, Norm Coleman Republican opponent, Recount and court battle 312 votes

The MN senate race between Democrat Al Franken and Republican Norm Coleman smelled from start to finish. Recounts and a court decision handed Al Franken the senate seat with a margin of 312 votes. From the Star Tribune, January 6, 2010. “Minn. judge grants access to rejected ’08 ballots” “ST. PAUL, Minn. – Six months after Democrat Al Franken tardily joined the U.S. Senate, a Minnesota judge has declared that uncounted absentee ballots from the drawn-out 2008 election should be open to public inspection. The New Year’s Eve ruling fromRead More


ACORN voter fraud, Minnesota, Petition, Minnesota Majority, Investigation of ACORN in Minnesota, Al Franken, Norm Coleman, MN Secretary of State, Mark Ritchie, 43,000 new voters, 2008 election

The Minnesota senate race between Democrat Al Franken and Republican Norm Coleman was extremely close and the lead has changed several times. Even before the general election, there was concern about ACORN voter fraud in MN. October 14, 2008 “As I expected, the investigations into ACORN and voter fraud has arrived to our fair state. From KSTP: The Hennepin County attorney announced Tuesday they’ve launched an investigation into an allegation that an individual with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, did not fully comply with MinnesotaRead More


2008 Election Certificate of Vote, Electoral College Electors, Minnesota Certificate, Secretary of State, US Constitution, Twelfth Amendment, Governor, Obama not eligible, Citizen Wells, Democratic Disaster, December 16, 2008, Al Franken, Norm Coleman controversy

“Ignorance is not bliss.” “Knowledge is Power.” Minnesota could soon be famous for another 2008 Election controversy aside from the Al Franken, Norm Coleman senate race controversy. The Certificate of Voters must be signed and mailed to the US Senate. If Minnesota uses the same Certificate that was used in 2004, they had better rethink sending it in without complying with the reference to the Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution. There are 2 places in the Twelfth Amendment that refer to presidential eligibility: “as in the case of theRead More