Send The Warrior Angels Dear Lord!

Send The Warrior Angels Dear Lord!
Victory For The Lord And His People

Wednesday, December 31, 2008


Holy Cow! I've never seen a kid so talented! You gotta watch this.

8 Year Old Shredder
This kid takes a guitar that is bigger than him and just rips it to shreds! This kid is amazing!more

Broccoli Ocarina Holiday Song

This guy builds an ocarina out of a giant stalk of broccoli and then plays us a beautiful holiday song with the accompaniment from his wife.


Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Mexican Drug Smugglers Routinely Released in Arizona


Thursday, December 25, 2008

SuperNews: It's a Horrible Life

Things start to turn upside-down for poor old President Bush, who isn't having a very merry Christmas at all. In this SuperNews take on "It's a Wonderful Life" the President finds out what life would be like if he had never been born. Will he learn his lesson? Will Richard Nixon get his wings? Find out.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Entourage D.C.

While some Entourage fans may think they know everything about the show, a little known fact is that Executive Producer Mark Wahlberg actually pitched the idea to George Bush and his entourage first. Although most of these original episodes have been lost, the team from SuperNews has recreated one of the best episodes just for Current.


John Bolton gets tips from the President in anger management as he reports to his job at the UN.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Does Snuff Exist?

So; now that you've seen the snuff documentary, watch this vid and tell me what kind of flick you think it is. I can't decide if it is a 'snuff' film or a terrorist flick. That is if Catholics truly think a fetus is a human being, aren't these videos they are making sacrilegious? I'd like someone else's opinion. ThXs.

The Hard Truth

Monday, November 24, 2008


A Doctor's job is to relieve pain and suffering. WHY are they being prevented from doing their jobs??? Something MUST be done about our government's outrageous and UNJUST laws against our own people, ESPECIALLY when those same people are making sure illegal drugs are entering our country! No more ms. Nice guy....someone WILL pay!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008



“[Do Not Love the World] Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For everything in the world—the cravings of sinful man, the lust of his eyes and the boasting of what he has and does—comes not from the Father but from the world.”- 1 John 2:15-16
(What the bible instructs believers to do is witness to unbelievers and if they refuse to embrace the gospel, there is no more they should do than this:)
Luke 10:11'Even the dust of your town that sticks to our feet we wipe off against you. Yet be sure of this: The kingdom of God is near.


(No wonder they refuse to follow or obey the bible! They are FALSE PROPHETS!)

Monday, November 10, 2008

Friday, October 31, 2008




David Castillo

Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Executive Director - David Castillo

Executive Director - David Castillo
Chairman - Felix Perretti - Muebleria La Popular Furniture
Past Chairman - Marcelino García - Chelino's Mexican Restaurants
Chair Elect - Lili Valle - Miller, Valle & Associates
Past Chair - Ray Doonkeen - RoadRunner RV Park
Treasurer - Daniel Garcia - FAA Credit Union
Secretary - Isabel Chancellor - IngenuitE

Ruben Aragon - Smith Barney Citigroup
Steve Black - Buy for Less
Victor Chavez - Farmers Insurance
Ray Doonkeen - Roadrunner RV Park
Nancy Galván - La Tremenda
Yvonne Gonzales - Roadrunner RV Park
Arlene Urias - KUOK-TV Univision Oklahoma
Alexandra Vera - First Commercial Bank
Cinthia Warminsky - Farmers Insurance
Don White - The Oklahoman


The Greater Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is a community based organization located in the heart of Oklahoma City with a membership of over 200. The Chamber is a nonprofit 501(c) 6 organization whose primary purpose is to serve local community needs, focusing on those that impact businesses.
The Greater Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was founded by a group of Hispanic entrepreneurs on June 12, 2000. The purpose of this organization is to promote the advancement of the commercial and economic interests of Hispanic-owned businesses, Hispanic-managed businesses, and the Hispanic-oriented businesses, trades and professionals in central Oklahoma.
In our five years of existence, the Greater Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has focused on business development issues. In a new initiative the board has expanded that focus to include a range of community development issues including:
Business Development
Physical Infrastructure
Cultural and Environmental Stewardship
Workforce Development
Civic Infrastructure
Business assistance through our Business Assistance Center

The Greater Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce frequently provides services to the Hispanic community in the form of business training workshops as well as “one on one” counseling through our Business Assistance Center.
Viva Oklahoma is a publication which reaches over 40,000 Hispanic families throughout Oklahoma City and provides information to the community about projects, such as OHLAP.
Viva! Expo, the Chamber’s annual business and consumer expo where over 160 Hispanic and non-Hispanic businesses promote and display products and services. Over 12,000 people attended last year.
Monthly network, “Business after Hours”, for members to network and promote their business and projects. The monthly network is held every third Thursday of the month.
Christmas Gala and award ceremony in December.

Oklahoma City’s Hispanic population is substantial and growing. As the Hispanic community grows it will continue to impact the city’s economy and future:
In 2003 the Hispanic population in Oklahoma City was estimated to be 9.97 percent of the city's population and 5.74 percent of the state’s population.
About one in thirteen children in Oklahoma City are Hispanic and Hispanic students make up the majority in the Oklahoma City Public Schools.
Young Hispanics will be a significant part of Oklahoma's labor force a decade from now on.
(Sources: Eilrich, F. C.; Clair, C. F. & Doeksen, G. A. “The Importance of Health Care Sector on the Economy of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma,” September 2004. Daily Oklahoman. Hispanic population continues to grow in Oklahoma, July 26, 2004; U.S. Census Bureau 2003)

According to the 2004 census update, Oklahoma had over 223,000 Hispanic residents. Some 43% (95,890) of those reside in the 10 county greater Oklahoma City area. Most of those (57,336) live in Oklahoma County. The remarkable aspect of Central Oklahoma’s Hispanic population is that a majority of the Hispanic residents of central Oklahoma are concentrated in a real community of neighborhoods in South Oklahoma City.
In the core of the Hispanic community are 30 square miles of neighborhoods and commercial areas where more than 30% of the population is Hispanic. Some neighborhoods approach 70% Hispanic. Adjacent areas encompass approximately an additional 20 square miles where the population is at least 15% Hispanic.
Although these figures were from the 2000 census, we estimate the Oklahoma City metropolitan area Hispanic population exceeds 90,000 and in statewide over 300,000.


Now David Castillo wants to infiltrate an American public office. As an arm of Mexico he will institute racist and discriminatory acts against Americans until we voluntarily 'deport' ourselves in self-defense of the racist, hateful and harmful practices which Mexico uses as a matter of everyday business. Even poor Mexicans who vote for him will be cutting their own throats as they are treated every bit as badly as American workers have been treated for the last few years. Their business people are vicious and cruel taskmasters who pay their own people starvation wages and demand perfection from them; some like Chelino's pay illegals only a dollar an hour and whatever they can get in tips. This is their last gasp attempt to turn this nation into a cheap replicate of Mexico! This is not only Anti-American, it's ANTI-CHRISTIAN! These people are the devil's children and I smell sulfur in the air. DON'T LET THEM TAKE OUR COUNTRY!

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Thursday, October 23, 2008


Isn't it time to do away with these manipulative polls? American UNITE!


Thursday, October 9, 2008


RJR-Nabisco deal of 1988 was mind-boggling at the time. 09/30/08

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

60 Minutes: Wall Street's Shadow Market

Well; it doesn't look like this flashplayer wants to work on this page, so I'll put the link to it. So ya'll can see that this so-called 'bailout' was nothing but a planned deliberate RIP-OFF OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE!


Saturday Night Live - Washington Approves the Bailout

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Tuesday, September 30, 2008


The stock market rebounded today almost as much as it dropped! Our economy DOES NOT depend on a few piddly banks and loan companies. They are LYING to you. It's a rip off for the rich like they do here in Okc to rip off poor people! It's nothing but a money and power grab.
Lawmakers hope new ideas will revive bailout plan
They've decided to 'repackage' it before they try and cram it down our throats again. The Stock Market is the cause of our horrible downward spiral in the economy! To destroy the market would be a blessing, but it wouldn't be destroyed even if they DON'T get it.
Everyone said the bill would pass. The masters of the universe were already making celebratory dinner reservations at Manhattan's finest restaurants. Personal shoppers in Dallas and Atlanta were dispatched to do the early Christmas gifting. Mad Men of Chicago and Miami were popping corks and toasting each other long before the morning latte run.
But what they didn't know was that hundreds of thousands of Americans woke up yesterday morning and decided it was time for revolt. The politicians never saw it coming. Millions of phone calls and emails hit Congress so hard it was as if Marshall Dillon, Elliot Ness and Dog the Bounty Hunter had descended on D.C. to stop the looting and arrest the thieves.
The Corporate Crime of the Century was halted by a vote of 228 to 205. It was rare and historic; no one could remember a time when a bill supported by the president and the leadership of both parties went down in defeat. That just never happens.
A lot of people are wondering why the right wing of the Republican Party joined with the left wing of the Democratic Party in voting down the thievery. Forty percent of Democrats and two-thirds of Republicans voted against the bill.
Here's what happened:
The presidential race may still be close in the polls, but the Congressional races are pointing toward a landslide for the Democrats. Few dispute the prediction that the Republicans are in for a whoopin' on November 4th. Up to 30 Republican House seats could be lost in what would be a stunning repudiation of their agenda.
The Republican reps are so scared of losing their seats, when this "financial crisis" reared its head two weeks ago, they realized they had just been handed their one and only chance to separate themselves from Bush before the election, while doing something that would make them look like they were on the side of "the people."
Watching C-Span yesterday morning was one of the best comedy shows I'd seen in ages. There they were, one Republican after another who had backed the war and sunk the country into record debt, who had voted to kill every regulation that would have kept Wall Street in check -- there they were, now crying foul and standing up for the little guy! One after another, they stood at the microphone on the House floor and threw Bush under the bus, under the train (even though they had voted to kill off our nation's trains, too), heck, they would've thrown him under the rising waters of the Lower Ninth Ward if they could've conjured up another hurricane. You know how your dog acts when sprayed by a skunk? He howls and runs around trying to shake it off, rubbing and rolling himself on every piece of your carpet, trying to get rid of the stench. That's what it looked like on the Republican side of the aisle yesterday, and it was a sight to behold.
The 95 brave Dems who broke with Barney Frank and Chris Dodd were the real heroes, just like those few who stood up and voted against the war in October of 2002. Watch the remarks from yesterday of Reps.
Marcy Kaptur, Sheila Jackson Lee, and Dennis Kucinich. They spoke the truth.
The Dems who voted for the giveaway did so mostly because they were scared by the threats of Wall Street, that if the rich didn't get their handout, the market would go nuts and then it's bye-bye stock-based pension and retirement funds.
And guess what? That's exactly what Wall Street did! The largest, single-day drop in the Dow in the history of the New York Stock exchange. The news anchors last night screamed it out: Americans just lost 1.2 trillion dollars in the stock market!! It's a financial Pearl Harbor! The sky is falling! Bird flu! Killer Bees!
Of course, sane people know that nobody "lost" anything yesterday, that stocks go up and down and this too shall pass because the rich will now buy low, hold, then sell off, then buy low again.
But for now, Wall Street and its propaganda arm (the networks and media it owns) will continue to try and scare the bejesus out of you. It will be harder to get a loan. Some people will lose their jobs. A weak nation of wimps won't last long under this torture. Or will we? Is this our line in the sand?
Here's my guess: The Democratic leadership in the House secretly hoped all along that this lousy bill would go down. With Bush's proposals shredded, the Dems knew they could then write their own bill that favors the average American, not the upper 10% who were hoping for another kegger of gold.
So the ball is in the Democrats' hands. The gun from Wall Street remains at their head. Before they make their next move, let me tell you what the media kept silent about while this bill was being debated:
1. The bailout bill had NO enforcement provisions for the so-called oversight group that was going to monitor Wall Street's spending of the $700 billion;
2. It had NO penalties, fines or imprisonment for any executive who might steal any of the people's money;
3. It did NOTHING to force banks and lenders to rewrite people's mortgages to avoid foreclosures -- this bill would not have stopped ONE foreclosure!;
4. It had NO teeth anywhere in the entire piece of legislation, using words like "suggested" when referring to the government being paid back for the bailout;
5. Over
200 economists wrote to Congress and said this bill might actually WORSEN the "financial crisis" and cause even MORE of a meltdown.
Put a fork in this slab of pork. It's over. Now it is time for our side to state very clearly the laws WE want passed. I will send you my proposals later today. We've bought ourselves less than 72 hours.
Yours,Michael Moore
Fat Cats First
And this writer pretty much hits the nail on the head when he states:
E. J. Dionne Jr. writes in his Washington post opinion column: "One core doubt about this bailout is whether taxpayers will be left holding a bag of dreadful investments that reckless financial mavens get to unload without having to part with their houses in the Hamptons. This isn't just rhetorical populism: There is a moral problem for capitalism itself if taxpayers take on a burden created by the foolishness of the privileged and get little compensation in return."
'Unload' seems to be the correct and operative word here. These stock traitors are set to UNLOAD a bunch of bad stocks that no one else in the right mind would buy! And that's the bottom line! It's a total screwing and NO KISSES!
I say tell them NO MONEY! But strict regulations and oversight WILL be applied to all companies in America from this time on!
Tell them bailout are for the NEEDY NOT the GREEDY!

Monday, September 29, 2008



Ever since Senator Polosi became Speaker of the House the Republicans have made their opinions loud and clear of how much they hate her and her policies. Today they blamed her for her speech being the deciding factor of certain Republican senators against this bill resulting in the failure of the biggest scam that has ever been attempting on the U.S. and her people. Unfortunately for you ole boys and fortunately for us, we haven’t forgotten. And what’s more, you’ve made your own Republican senators look like fools and suck-titty babies that have to be led by the hand. I don’t believe these senators will forgive lightly those who have made them look like fools. I’d move to a different country if I were you….To the American People I say; GOOD JOB! You have learned soooo much in the last few years. Don’t EVER let them call you stupid again, you’ve shown them for the crooks and theives they are today and they won’t like that much and will try all the old tricks on you again, but be patience. They’ll finally settle down. If not, I’m sure you can find something these crooks have done to throw them in the pokey and shut them up.
Again Kudos! The American People have spoken!

Bailout bill slapped aside; record stock plunge
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS, Associated Press Writer 2 hours, 11 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - In a vote that shook the government, Wall Street and markets around the world, the House on Monday defeated a $700 billion emergency rescue for the nation's financial system, leaving both parties' lawmakers and the Bush administration scrambling to pick up the pieces. Dismayed investors sent the Dow Jones industrials plunging nearly 800 points, the most ever for a single day.

"We need to put something back together that works," a grim-faced Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said after he and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke joined in an emergency strategy session at the White House. On Capitol Hill, Democratic leaders said the House would reconvene Thursday, leaving open the possibility that it could salvage a reworked version.
All sides agreed the effort to bolster beleaguered financial markets, potentially the biggest government intervention since the Great Depression, could not be abandoned.
But in a remarkable display on Monday, a majority of House members slapped aside the best version their leaders and the administration had been able to come up with, bucking presidential speeches, pleading visits from Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and urgent warnings that the economy could nosedive without the legislation.
In the face of thousands of phone calls and e-mails fiercely opposing the measure, many lawmakers were not willing to take the political risk of voting for it just five weeks before the elections.
The bill went down, 228-205.
The House Web site was overwhelmed as millions of people sought information about the measure through the day.
The legislation the administration promoted would have allowed the government to buy bad mortgages and other sour assets held by troubled banks and other financial institutions. Getting those debts off their books should bolster those companies' balance sheets, making them more inclined to lend and ease one of the biggest choke points in a national credit crisis. If the plan worked, the thinking went, it would help lift a major weight off the national economy, which is already sputtering.
Hoping to pick up enough GOP votes for the next try, Republicans floated several ideas. One would double the $100,000 ceiling on federal deposit insurance. Another would end rules that require companies to devalue assets on their books to reflect the price they could get in the market.
In the meantime, Paulson said he would work with other regulators "to use all the tools available to protect our financial system and our economy."
"Our tool kit is substantial but insufficient," he said, indicating the government intended to continue piecemeal fixes while pressing Congress for broader action.
Stocks started plummeting on Wall Street even before Monday's vote was over, as traders watched the rescue measure going down on television. Meanwhile, lawmakers were watching them back.
As a digital screen in the House chamber recorded a cascade of "no" votes against the bailout, Democratic Rep. Joe Crowley of New York shouted news of the falling Dow Jones industrials. "Six hundred points!" he yelled, jabbing his thumb downward.
The final stock carnage was 777 points, far surpassing the 684-point drop on the first trading day after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.
In the House, "no" votes came from both the Democratic and Republican sides of the aisle. More than two-thirds of Republicans and 40 percent of Democrats opposed the bill. Several Democrats in close election fights waited until the last moment, then went against the bill as it became clear the vast majority of Republicans were opposing it.
Thirteen of the 19 most vulnerable Republicans and Democrats in an Associated Press analysis voted against the bill despite the pleas from President Bush and their party leaders to pass it.
In all, 65 Republicans joined 140 Democrats in voting "yes," while 133 Republicans and 95 Democrats voted "no."
The overriding question was what to do next.
"The legislation may have failed; the crisis is still with us," said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., in a news conference after the defeat. "What happened today cannot stand."
Republican leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, said he and other Republicans were pained to vote for such measure, but he agreed that in light of the potential consequences for the economy and all Americans, "I think that we need to renew our efforts to find a solution that Congress can support."
Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., said there was scant time to reopen legislation that was the product of hard-fought bipartisan negotiations.
"What happened today was not a failure of a bill, it was a failure of will," said Dodd, the Banking Committee chairman. "Our hope is that cooler heads will prevail, people will think about what they did today and recognize that this is not just scare tactics — it's reality."
A brutal round of partisan finger-pointing followed the vote.
Republicans blamed Pelosi's scathing speech near the close of the debate — which assailed Bush's economic policies and a "right-wing ideology of anything goes, no supervision, no discipline, no regulation" of financial markets — for the defeat. It was not much different from her usual tough words against the president and his party.
"We could have gotten there today had it not been for the partisan speech that the speaker gave on the floor of the House," Boehner said.
Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., the whip, estimated that Pelosi's speech changed the minds of a dozen Republicans who might otherwise have supported the plan.
That amounted to an appalling accusation by Republicans against Republicans, said Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., chairman of the Financial Services Committee: "Because somebody hurt their feelings, they decide to punish the country."
More than a repudiation of Democrats, Frank said, Republicans' refusal to vote for the bailout was a rejection of their own president.
The two men campaigning to replace Bush watched the situation closely — from afar — and demanded action.
In Iowa, Republican John McCain said his rival Barack Obama and congressional Democrats "infused unnecessary partisanship into the process. Now is not the time to fix the blame; it's time to fix the problem."
Obama said, "Democrats, Republicans, step up to the plate, get it done."
Lawmakers were under extraordinary pressure from powerful outside groups, which gave notice they considered the legislation a "key vote" — one they would consider when rating members of Congress.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said opponents of the bailout would pay for their stance.
"Make no mistake: When the aftermath of congressional inaction becomes clear, Americans will not tolerate those who stood by and let the calamity happen," said R. Bruce Josten, the Chamber's top lobbyist, in a letter to members.
The conservative Club for Growth made a similar threat to supporters of the bailout.
"We're all worried about losing our jobs," Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., declared in an impassioned speech in support of the bill before the vote. "Most of us say, 'I want this thing to pass, but I want you to vote for it — not me.'"
"We're in this moment, and if we fail to do the right thing, Heaven help us," he said.
If Congress doesn't come around on a bailout, more pressure would fall on the Federal Reserve.
The Fed, which has been providing billions in short-term loans to squeezed banks to help them overcome credit stresses, could keep expanding those loans to encourage lending. And, it could keep working with other central banks to inject billions into financial markets overseas.
It also has the power to expand emergency lending to other types of companies and even to individuals if they are unable to secure adequate credit.

And the CROOKS that support open borders and the breaking of our laws ESPECIALLY immigration laws, the people who support lawbreaking illegal immigrants are in the open now that they SUPPORT THE CROOKS ON WALL STREET. THEY ARE DELIBERATELY MANIPULATING U.S. social policie
with their crooked and unlawful not to mention immoral business laws, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce! (Who by the way has NOTHING to do with government, aside from buying our political leaders with lobby money.) Check it out:

Business hits back after Congress bailout vote
Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:33pm EDT

By Kevin Drawbaugh
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Business lobbyists scolded the U.S. Congress and threatened political payback after lawmakers handed the financial services industry a stunning defeat by killing a $700-billion Wall Street bailout.
The vote Monday in the House of Representatives to reject the rescue plan, proposed by the Bush administration September 20 and modified by congressional leaders over the past week, came as a rude shock to powerful and deeply entrenched interests.
Major banks and executives from the financial sector overall donate heavily to political campaigns and spend a lot of money on government lobbying to push their agenda.
The titans of high finance don't always get their way on Capitol Hill, but the 228-205 House vote was unexpected and drew a flurry of private sector counter-punches.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the nation's largest business lobbying group and a vocal bailout proponent, responded quickly after the vote with a letter to all members of Congress.
"Make no mistake: when the aftermath of congressional inaction becomes clear, Americans will not tolerate those who stood by and let the calamity happen," said the letter, urging reconsideration and passage of "financial rescue legislation."
"The chamber will score votes on, or in relation to, this issue in our annual 'How They Voted' scorecard," it said.
House members who supported the bailout have received about 50 percent more in campaign contributions from the finance, insurance and real estate sectors in their congressional careers than those who opposed the emergency legislation, said a campaign finance watchdog group after the vote.
.....more at website


(BTW; would someone please tell me why they want to keep growing a 'global' economy when they say our population is shrinking????)

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Friday, September 26, 2008


Amid GOP revolt, bailout deal breaks down

By JENNIFER LOVEN and JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS, Associated Press Writers1 hour, 16 minutes ago

A Republican rebellion stalled government efforts Thursday to avoid economic meltdown, a chaotic turnaround that disrupted the choreography of an extraordinary White House meeting meant to show joint resolve from the president, the political parties and the presidential candidates. Instead, the summit broke up so bitterly that Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson got on one knee before Democratic leaders in a theatrical attempt to salvage talks.
After six days of bare-knuckled negotiations on the $700 billion financial industry bailout proposed by the Bush administration, with Wall Street tottering and presidential politics intruding six weeks before the election, there was far more confusion than clarity.
An apparent breakthrough was announced with fanfare at midday by key members of Congress from both parties — but not top leaders. Wall Street cautiously showed its pleasure, with the Dow Jones industrials closing 196 points higher.
But the good news and the market close were followed by a rash of less-positive developments.
Washington Mutual Inc. was seized by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. in the largest failure ever of a U.S. bank, after which JPMorgan Chase & Co. Inc. came to its rescue by buying the thrift's banking assets.
And the late-afternoon White House gathering of President Bush, presidential contenders John McCain and Barack Obama, and top congressional leaders turned into what one person in the room described as "a full-throated discussion" and McCain's campaign called "a contentious shouting match."
Conservatives were in revolt over the astonishing price tag of the proposal and the hand of government that it would place on private markets.
Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama, the top Republican on the Senate Banking Committee, emerged from the White House meeting to say the announced agreement "is, obviously, no agreement." McCain's campaign issued a statement saying, "the plan that has been put forth by the administration does not enjoy the confidence of the American people as it will not protect the taxpayers and will sacrifice Main Street in favor of Wall Street." The White House, too, acknowledged there was no deal, only progress.
Meanwhile a group of House GOP lawmakers circulated an alternative that would put much less focus on a government takeover of failing institutions' sour assets. This proposal would have the government provide insurance to companies that agree to hold frozen assets, rather than have the U.S. purchase the assets.
Inside the White House session, House Republican leader John Boehner announced his concerns about the emerging plan and asked that the conservatives' alternative be considered, said people from both parties who were briefed on the exchange.
Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank, the feisty Democrat who has been leading negotiations with Paulson, reacted angrily, saying Republicans had waited until the last moment to present their proposal.
McCain, who dramatically announced Wednesday that he was suspending his campaign to deal with the economic crisis, stayed silent for most of the session and spoke only briefly to voice general principles for a rescue plan.
After the session, Paulson, hoping to prevent any chance for agreement from being torpedoed, pleaded with Democratic leaders not to publicly disclose how poorly the session had gone, said three people familiar with the episode. Frank and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded angrily, and Paulson, in an attempt to lighten the mood, got down on one knee, said the sources who spoke on condition of anonymity, like the others, because the conversations were private.
Weary congressional negotiators then resumed working with Paulson into the night in an effort to revive or rework the proposal that Bush said must be quickly approved by Congress to stave off "a long and painful recession." They gave up after 10 p.m. EDT, more than an hour after the lone House Republican involved, Rep. Spencer Bachus of Alabama, left the room.
Talks were to resume Friday morning on the effort to bail out failing financial institutions and restart the flow of credit that has begun to starve the national economy.
The Bush administration plan's centerpiece remained for the government to buy the toxic, mortgage-based assets of shaky financial institutions in a bid to keep them from going under and setting off a cascade of ruinous events, including wiped-out retirement savings, rising home foreclosures, closed businesses and lost jobs.
The earlier bipartisan accord establishing principles and important details would have given the Bush administration just a fraction of the money it wanted up front, subjecting half the $700 billion total to a congressional veto. The treasury secretary would get $250 billion immediately and could have an additional $100 billion if he certified it was needed, an approach designed to give lawmakers a stronger hand in controlling the unprecedented rescue.
The Bush administration had already agreed to several concessions based on demands from the right and left, including that the government take equity in companies helped by the bailout and put rules in place to limit excessive compensation of their executives, according to a draft of the outline obtained by The Associated Press.
Democrat Obama and Republican McCain, who have both sought to distance themselves from the unpopular Bush, sat down with the president at the White House for the hourlong afternoon session that was striking in this brutally partisan season. By also including Congress' Democratic and Republican leaders, the meeting gathered nearly all Washington's political power structure at one long table in a small West Wing room.
"All of us around the table ... know we've got to get something done as quickly as possible," Bush declared optimistically at the start of the meeting. Obama and McCain were at distant ends of the oval table, not even in each other's sight lines. Bush, playing host in the middle, was flanked by Congress' two Democratic leaders, Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
But neither Bush, McCain nor Obama have been deeply involved so far in this week's scramble to hammer out a package. The meeting was intended more to provide bipartisan political cover for lawmakers to support a plan in the face of an angry public and their own re-election bids in six weeks.
At day's end, Frank said he told Paulson "this whole thing is at risk if the president can't get members of his own party to participate."
Layered over the White House meeting was a complicated web of potential political benefits and consequences for both presidential candidates.
McCain hoped voters would believe that he rose above politics to wade into nitty-gritty and ultimately successful dealmaking at a time of urgent crisis, but he risked being seen instead as either overly impulsive or politically craven, or both. Obama saw a chance to appear presidential and fit for duty but was also caught off guard strategically by McCain's surprising campaign gamble.

Deal...or no deal? Bush tells politicians to settle bailout differences
The process really went off the rails when the conservatives came forward on Thursday with an entirely new plan that would put most of the onus on the banks themselves. The banks would have to inject capital into a fund to protect themselves against the falling value of mortgage-related securities, lessening the exposure of taxpayers.
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financially. (The banks don't have the cash.) Politically, however, it responds to the reality that the original version is irredeemably unpopular across the country at a time when most members of Congress are seeking re-election. Mr Reid said the political dimension may have escaped Mr Paulson, "fine man though he is". ....

Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Mr Paulson has called the alternative plan unworkable, financialy. (The banks don't have the cash.)
Does this remind anyone else beside me of the S&L scandal???

The S&L Crisis: A Chrono-Bibliography



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Tuesday, September 23, 2008


Frank Sharry

Fannie Mae Moves to Loosen Home Loan Credit Rules The nation's largest provider of mortgage funds, moving to increase homeownership among minorities and low-income citizens, unveiled a program Thursday to loosen lending standards for people with "slightly impaired" credit. The Federal National Mortgage Assn. said it will encourage banks and other financial institutions to accept borrowers with blemished credit who may not otherwise qualify for conventional loans. The program will begin on a pilot basis in 15 states, including California, and the District of Columbia. It is expected to expand nationwide early next year. It is designed to provide homeownership opportunities for "many borrowers whose credit is just a notch below qualifying for a loan, said Franklin Raines, Fannie Mae's chairman and chief executive

Fannie Mae was giving loans to ILLEGAL ALIENS. BUSTED!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008


I have experienced some of the Republican's highjenks right here in OKC, OK. They had been telling ex-felons that if they had ever had a felony, they could NEVER vote again. LIES! It was nothing but a lie. Thank GOD, the truth will always come out.

King James BibleFor nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Monday, September 1, 2008


Illegal Immigrants Returning to Mexico in Record Numbers
Friday, August 22, 2008

By Kris Gutierrez
DALLAS Illegal immigrants are returning home to Mexico in numbers not seen for decades — and the Mexican government may have to deal with a crush on its social services and lower wages once the immigrants arrive.
The Mexican Consulate's office in Dallas is seeing increasing numbers of Mexican nationals requesting paperwork to go home for good, especially parents who want to know what documentation they'll need to enroll their children in Mexican schools.
"Those numbers have increased percentage-wise tremendously," said Enrique Hubbard, the Mexican consul general in Dallas. "In fact, it's almost 100 percent more this year than it was the previous two years."
The illegal immigrant population in the U.S. has dropped 11 percent since August of last year, according to the Center for Immigration Studies. Its research shows 1.3 million illegal immigrants have returned to their home countries.
Some say illegal immigrants are leaving because a soft economy has led to fewer jobs, causing many laborers to seek work elsewhere.
Others argue that a tough stance on immigration through law enforcement has spread fear throughout the illegal population.
"There's no question there's a variety of suggestions that people are in fact returning," said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies. "Remittances, which is the money immigrants send home to Mexico, have gone down dramatically over the past year. Again, probably part the economy, but also part enforcement, leading to fewer people being here."
Advocates for immigrants are disturbed by the trend. Albert Ruiz, an organizer for the League of United Latin American Citizens, agrees that more undocumented immigrants are going home — but says families are being torn apart in the process.
If a father is deported, Ruiz says, his family members in America are forced either to fend for themselves or follow him to a country where they've never even lived.
"So the mother is saying we should return home with the breadwinner of the family to Mexico, and the children are saying, I don't want to leave, I'm a U.S. citizen, I don't know that country," said Ruiz.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon plans to help returning nationals by providing food, medical care and temporary shelter if needed. But reports are already out in Mexico that the large number of illegal immigrants returning home could drive down wages and put pressure on social services — the same concerns many Americans have with illegals living and working in the U.S.
( If I had said that to my dad, he would have said, "Get in the truck!" And if I had argued; he would have slowly started taking his belt off and getting that 'look' on his it any wonder these people have no manners, consideration, or respect for others not to mention OUR LAWS???? Send them home, ALL of the them or charge them with child abandonment and neglect if they leave them here until they learn some respect for US, our laws and some moral values. And they whined these people had 'Family values'! Where??? I bet they left them down in MEDICO! SEND THE CLOWNS HOME!),2933,409221,00.html


Tuesday, August 19, 2008

The War on Drugs is a War on You!


The only site I could find that was positive about Aspartame was this one and it had a fake comment section and no way to e-mail them to ask them questions:

Dr Nicholas Finer -(Their expert)


Friday, August 8, 2008


Communism - vintage educational short film (1952)

Monday, August 4, 2008



(Transition: The NWO Elite's double-speak for OVERPOPULATION)

-AND THEY WANT THE WHITES TO INTERBREED WITH THE HISPANICS (illegals). OR SO THEY HOPE. And if that is what they mean by a "Racist"; someone who would die before they married an illegal hispanic, then call me a racist. Cause that's exactly how I feel. I would disown them forever.-

From Changing America, A Report of the Council of Economic Advisers

As the new century looms, the population of the United States continues to grow increasingly diverse. In recent years, Hispanics and minority racial groups (defined here as racial and ethnic groups that make up less than 50 percent of the population and include non-Hispanic blacks, Asians and American Indians) have each grown faster than the population as a whole. In 1970 these groups together represented only 16 percent of the population. By 1998 this share had increased to 27 percent. Assuming current trends continue, the Bureau of the Census projects that these groups will account for almost half of the U.S. population by 2050. Although such projections are necessarily imprecise, they do indicate that the racial and ethnic diversity of the United States will expand substantially in the next century.
Immigration has been the key to this demographic evolution. It has contributed to the rapid growth of the Asian and Hispanic populations since the 1960s. In 1997, 38 percent of the Hispanic population and 61 percent of the Asian population were foreign-born, compared with eight percent of the white population, six percent of the African American population, and six percent of the Native American population. The increased immigration of Asians and Hispanics over the past several decades is largely the result of changes in immigration policy. In particular, the 1965 Immigration Act ended the system of national origin quotas that had previously restricted immigration from non-European countries. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 also contributed to the increase in the documented Asian and Hispanic populations by legalizing a large number of immigrants.
While immigration of Asians and Hispanics has increased, population growth has slowed dramatically for the United States as a whole, largely due to declining fertility rates among non- Hispanic blacks and non-Hispanic whites. As a result of this declining fertility, the non-Hispanic white share of the population has fallen since 1970, and the non-Hispanic black share of the population has increased only slightly.
Changes in racial and ethnic identification have also contributed to the increase in (measured) racial and ethnic diversity. These changes are most important for the Native American population, which has increased more in recent years than can be accounted for by deaths, births, immigration and improvements in census coverage. The rise in these numbers in this population group suggests that people are more likely to identify themselves as Native Americans in the census than they were in the past.
National changes in the composition of the population mask differences across and within regions. The geographical distribution of racial and ethnic groups is important because it influences the potential for social and economic interaction between them. According to 1995 Census Bureau projections, the West had the highest concentration of minorities (36 percent), followed by the South (30 percent), the Northeast (23 percent), and the Midwest (15 percent). Non-Hispanic blacks are most likely to live in the South, while Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans are most likely to live in the West.
Racial composition also varies from the center cities of metropolitan areas, to the suburbs just outside, to nonmetropolitan areas. Hispanics, blacks and Asians are more likely than non-Hispanic whites to live in central cities (in 1996 more than half of blacks and Hispanics and nearly half of Asians lived in central cities, compared with less than a quarter of non-Hispanic whites). By contrast, over half of all non-Hispanic whites lived in the suburbs in 1996, as did 48 percent of Asians. Native Americans are by far most likely to live outside cities and suburbs; in 1990 nearly half of the American Indian population lived outside of metropolitan areas.
As the population becomes more diverse, opportunities for social interaction with members of other racial and ethnic groups should increase. Intergroup marriage (marriage between persons of different races or Hispanic origin) is one measure of social interaction. The number of interracial married couples (marriage between persons of different races) has increased dramatically over the past several decades, more than tripling since 1960. Yet a 1995 study by Roderick Harrison and Claudette Bennett found that interracial married couples still represented only about two percent, and intergroup couples four percent, of all married couples in 1990.
Many demographic characteristics affect economic and social status and play a role in explaining differentials in well-being among the U.S. citizenry. For instance, immigration has lowered the relative socioeconomic status of the U.S. Hispanic population, since Hispanic immigrants tend to have lower levels of education and income than the Hispanic population as a whole.
Other demographic characteristics with important effects on social and economic status include household structure and age distribution. In particular, growth of child poverty has often been associated with the rising share of single-parent families. Since 1970 the fraction of families maintained by a single parent has increased for all groups, and is highest among African Americans (38 percent), Native Americans (26 percent), and Hispanics (26 percent). Household structure is also affected by economic status; for example, the greater tendency of the elderly to head their own households has been linked to their increasing wealth.
Differences in the age distribution of populations may affect their rates of growth, as do differences in average economic and social well-being. For example, poverty rates are highest among children, and rates of criminal activity are highest among young adults. On average, the non-Hispanic white population is considerably older than the population as a whole. Only 24 percent of the non-Hispanic white population is below the age of 18, compared with about 30 percent of non-Hispanic blacks and Asians and about 35 percent of Native Americans and Hispanics. Differences in age distributions between racial and ethnic groups reflect differences in death rates, fertility rates, rates of net immigration and the age of immigrants.
This article was excerpted from the second chapter of Changing America: Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being by Race and Hispanic Origin, published by the Council of Economic Advisers for the President's Initiative on Race, September 1998.

U.S. and World Population Clocks - POPClocks

-This clock updates every minute for the rising population for the U.S. There is only one thing that can happen after we reach a certain number which I will refer to as the 'critical' point. A violent human explosion that will rock this nation and may well destroy it. Or it could happen in spics and specks until it accumulates into a Crescendo. Still the same outcome.
Our society has been referred to as a 'competitive' society. Duh. The whole world is in competition. The reason we've had it so well and so long is because we controlled our population so as to sensibly and responsibly take care of our resources and plan as best we could for our children's future. Now there is no longer any sense to trying to plan anything....for ourselves or our future as long as they are greedily intending on exploding our population here so as to have their slaves. We WILL become just another exploited third world nation if we don't nip it in the bud now.
They are ruining our nation for simple greed. They feel entitled to destroy the land, poison our air and water. They think it is just going to 'click' back to a perfect state just for them to rape and plunder over and over again....THIS IS INSANITY. Even if some of them only do it because they know they are going to die one day and they don't have a conscience for the future, it's STILL CRAZY! Will we let insane people destroy us?
Yes, I believe GOD does miracles and helps us in dangerous times, but for the most part, he expects us to use the brain he gave us and to act in our and others best interest. Anything else is just apathy, or scarier, disinterest.
Our government officials give an oath to an officer on his acceptance of his office to...."...
preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. "

Now that so few are doing that, it's up to US to fill the gap and take responsibility.
(And FYI: For Federal judicial oaths-In the United States,
federal judges
are required to take not just one, but two oaths. )
Check this clock's ticking....leave it on and watch it for 2 or three minutes and you might understand why.

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