Thursday, February 26, 2015

Barak Obama Statement on Circumventing Laws

Barak Obama made a statement when challenged that he is not obeying laws or following the Constitution.

He said,

 "What we’ve done is we’ve expanded my authorities under executive action and prosecutorial discretion as far as we can legally under the existing statute, the existing law.  And so now the question is, how can we get a law passed.

What we’ve done is we’ve expanded my authorities under executive action and prosecutorial discretion as far as we can legally under the existing statute, the existing lawAnd so now the question is, how can we get a law passed.

1.  Note the pronouns used, particularly the plural "we" versus the singular, "my."

2.  Note "authorities" is plural. 

3.  Note the language:  "statute" and "law."

4.  Note the article, "a" in "a" law.  


GetThem said...

Along with that annoying comment are his descriptions: "executive action and prosecutorial discretion" which are just fancy ways of saying "cuz I felt like it." But he doesn't want to own it, so it's all "we."

My Sew Imperfect Life said...

Peter, are you going to address bill oreilly's misstatements? Also, the Hauptman articles were fascinating. I don't remember how I ended up there, but there is a website that has a letter/statement where I believe he gives a reliable denial. I'm on my phone now but I'll look for the page on my computer later. What are your thoughts on the Lindburgh case? Also, the detective who did the reddit chat said something like "never was there any evidence that jbr was sexually abused prior to her murder." interesting...after the chat went sort of viral he backpedaled and went from saying he though the trace DNA was inconsequential to saying the DNA was the best lead. :-( They got to him. He sounded from the chat like a very upstanding man.

My Sew Imperfect Life said...

Plz excuse any spelling/grammar issues and combining thoughts on the diff cases. I apologize that it is ot to original post. I'm taking my daughter --- (pretend it was a proper intro) ;-) and I just had a couple mins in the car to comment. She wants to know what I'm doing, I cannot tell her abt 2 child murders.

john said...

OT Update:

Dylan Redwine’s mom: Father is responsible
On podcast, Elaine Hatfield and Mark Redwine tangle

he mother of Dylan Redwine has called for action in the high-profile investigation into the suspicious death of her son during a podcast.

On the podcast “Case to Case with Chelsea Hoffman,” Elaine Hatfield accused her former husband of murdering her son, as she has in other public appearances.

“He is the main person that is being watched,” Hatfield said.

She also said the passing of her son’s 16th birthday Feb. 6 and other events had inspired her to start fighting for justice in her son’s case.

Hoffman’s podcasts are made available on her website every Sunday evening.

Mark Redwine called into the podcast, and he denied he had any involvement in his son’s murder.

“Until we have a better opportunity to determine his cause of death, I think we are all talking in circles,” Redwine said during the podcast.

Hatfield said she was tired of waiting for law enforcement to take action in Dylan’s case. She said the heat would be turned up in the case this year.

“We’ve got to get his name and his face and his story back out there,” she said.

The La Plata County Sheriff’s Department still is actively investigating Dylan’s death, said Dan Bender, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office.

He said information has been shared with the District Attorney’s Office, which would make the decision to prosecute.

Several callers to the podcast called for local law enforcement to allow other agencies to step in.

The FBI has been involved at several different levels of the investigation. However, Bender would not say whether the FBI currently is involved.

Hatfield also said Dylan found photos on Mark Redwine’s laptop that were of his father eating feces.

“If you’re going to have that stuff on your laptop, don’t let your children use your laptop,” Hatfield said.

These photos may have led to conflict and a lack of trust between Dylan, Cory – Dylan’s older brother – and their father, she said.

Redwine said the story about the photos was an attempt to humiliate and embarrass him, during an interview with The Durango Herald on Thursday evening.

“I think she does anything and everything to try to make my life as difficult as she can,” he said.

Anonymous said...

Does America really have a Constitution?

Put down the texting machine for God's sake!

Yesterday I was searched for the first time in 40 years. Why? I had a dangling bumper from the umpteenth time of being crashed into. While returning from a shop for an estimate I was pulled over (no reason given) and searched. He thought I acted as if I were on drugs I suppose. (they never search a real druggie so this is what they do to act as if they are doing a good job).

Imagine getting rear-ended @ 50 miles an hour and hoping the pain will go away soon. Not only that, it's safe to assume your vehicle is totaled, but others are trying to find a way it's your fault though you have a turn signal and the person hitting you admits they were watching their rear-view mirror and not the road. As you can imagine it's the first time they've ever totaled out their car but this is standard operating procedure in the area and if you are hit enough they assume it's your fault. Not: hey, why don't we give driving lessons, quit being careless, and quit blaming others just because they survive your moronicness.

More people are carelessly killed on the highway everday than murdered children.

Don't feel compelled to text a reply!

Anonymous said...

I can only imagine you are the type that are online day and night while your little one you've sheltered and teat fed until they are well into adulthood is out: stealing mail, burglarising peoples homes, breaking into cars and hurling false accussations against others who don't agree with their do-goodieness.

Fortunately we had a witness. When asked what he saw for the second time, his response was the same as the first time: We were going as fast as everyone else (tells me nothing) and there was a car in front of you turning left (just like me). He sells fire equipment. Good. He can hawk his stuff when the west side of town goes up in flames from a know-it-all federal agent and a social worker who specialises in removing people's kids from their home rewire an old home. Yep.
"You can fish the new wires through the conduit."...enough information for me...I'm outta here!

Anonymous said...

Some people are natural born disaster makers masquerading as invstigators. He suggested I step out into traffic and photograph her car damage and liscense plate after stating if my brake lights weren't working it could be my fault.
Soooo, to step into heavy traffic and collect evidence on a car not running (meaning no brake lights) another car could crash into me and kill me and it would be the person who crashed into me fault once more!

Too much do-it-yerself critical thankin'!

Peter Hyatt said...

Barak Obama may be the most powerful president we have had since Abraham Lincoln.


Anonymous said...

Not SA related, but what do you guys see? I've seen the same picture from the same article in both colors. I can look at it and it's one color, then look at it again, and it's another color. Someone said it's because phones tend to have a blue tint and your eyes become accustomed to blocking out the blue. What do you guys see and think of it?

PS, myself (I've seen both blue/black and white/gold) and two other family members see different things. One see's black/blue consistently, and one sees blue/gold consistently (which is funny because that's not even an "option"). I guess it has to do with the quality/glare of the picture, your own eyes, and lighting that your looking at the picture in.

john said...


Gary Glitter Jailed For 16 Years Over Sex Attacks
The disgraced singer is told his offences against schoolgirls, including a girl under 10, were "truly appalling".

Former glam rocker Gary Glitter has been jailed for 16 years after being found guilty of a string of historical sex attacks on three schoolgirls.

The 70-year-old, whose real name is Paul Gadd, was convicted of one count of attempted rape, one count of unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 13, and four counts of indecent assault.

One of his victims included a girl who was less than 10 years old when he crept into her bed and tried to rape her in 1975.

Glitter, who denied all the charges, also attacked two girls, aged 12 and 13, after inviting them backstage to his dressing room, and isolating them from their mothers.

Sky's Enda Brady, at London's Southwark Crown Court, said Glitter showed no reaction as his sentence was handed down and he was led from the dock.

As he arrived at the court earlier, he waved at two friends in the public gallery.

The former chart topper was at the height of his fame when he preyed on the youngsters.

Glitter's lawyer told the court their client is "a very different man now".

However, Judge Alistair McCreath, who remanded the disgraced star in custody after the verdicts last month, told him his offences were "truly appalling".

There was standing room only in court as loyal fans of the singer gathered in the public gallery to see him learn his fate.

Before the hearing they had huddled together, poring over a Glitter annual, sharing tales of their fandom.

Sentencing the singer Judge McCreath said: "I have read the victim impact statements of all three victims. It is clear, in their different ways, they were all profoundly affected by your abuse of them.

"You did all of them real and lasting damage and you did so for no other reason than to obtain sexual gratification for yourself of a wholly improper kind."

He added: "The offences for which I must pass sentence today took place many years ago at a time when in particular, in respect of one of them, the maximum sentence was considerably lower than that which is now available."

He earlier said that the guidelines dictated that he must take the current sentencing options into account.

The trial heard that Glitter attacked the 12-year-old girl after a show at a Leicester nightclub in 1977.

She initially went backstage with her mother and had a gold jacket autographed while drinking champagne, but was then invited to the singer's hotel suite.

Jurors were told Glitter pushed her on to a bed and subjected her to a prolonged period of sexual abuse.

He also assaulted a girl in his dressing room at a Watford club in 1979 and 1980.

Glitter claimed there was no way this could have happened because his rigorous wig-maintenance routine required him to return to his suite immediately and clean his hairpiece.

The allegations came to light when Glitter became the first person to be arrested under Operation Yewtree - the investigation launched by the Met Police in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

john said...


Questions remain after infant found dead near Yolo County slough
Baby's once-missing mother found alive in Knights Landing

tania cadogan said...

Glitter's lawyer told the court their client is "a very different man now".

is he a very different man now to the man who did jail time for child rape in Cambodia a couple years back or who did jail time for having child porn on his computer before that?

Very is a qualifier weakening the statement, i wonder if it is because he has been caught yet again and knows he is likely to not get out of jail again for at least 8 years ( darn fool half sentence served and then parole) if he lives that long and will not have a chance to abuse again?
restrictions are and will be in place to stop him travelling abroad (he tried to get that restriction annulled) and he is unlikely to be be able to get back to any asian country (especially after last time when he tried to avoid being sent back to the UK by travelling round the world trying to find a country that would let him in . Wisely none did and he finally arrived back in the UK.

trustmeigetit said...

On the Dylan case..

So dad calls in….this is about all he says (not sure if there was more?) but in this, not a single concern about finding Dylan’s murderer.

“Until we have a better opportunity to determine his cause of death, I think we are all talking in circles,” Redwine said during the podcast.

****This is alarming. Sure I would want to know cause of death, well not sure if it was my child and he suffered, but regardless, he was murdered and that will not change so now, it’s about justice and it should be about finding the murderer. Dad says nothing about finding this person. Only that without the cause of death they are running in circles. No, the reason they are running in circles and have not arrested anyone is likely due to lack of evidence (I say this as I have lost a lot of faith in our LE to do the right thing).

“I think she does anything and everything to try to make my life as difficult as she can,” he said.

****Who cares about you! Your child was murdered. And her sharing embarrassing info on our sick ass is really making your life difficult. I would think your childs murdering being the only thing that would be hard and anything embarrassing would not matter. I am positive if my child was murdered I would care about Justice and finding the person that did it. I would dedicate everything to finding them. I would not care if someone told the world embarrassing secrets. I would be so consumed by rage over my childs murder I would care about nothing else.

Anonymous said...

in honor of beginning of Boson Bombing trial --

I wonder if anybody has opinion on if they have right guy?

personally I do not think he did it, I think it was the Blackwater guys and I think guy on trial is a patsy. I also find in very convincing that there was a lot of staged trauma - fake blood - fake injuries. there may have also been real injuries and deaths - but the photos that were published do not show what appears to be authentic injuries.

anybody taken time to look through photos and videos? FBI statements were very convoluted at times - telling s to pay attention to the suspects they provided to us and to no other images.

somanyways said...

I voted for Obama twice. I still think what i did for the next generation - seeing a black man can be president - is priceless.

for pretty much all other reasons _ I regret it, I think he's a bought/ paid off/ psychologically controlled instrument of world banks and war mongers. I think he's a wolf in sheep clothing. I think he's killing us softly - and not in a good way. I think he's gently, quietly - positioning us - to be toppled. he's loosening all the screws of the very structure that keeps us financially strong as nation among nations - while smiling and giving some people health care.

Sus said...

Please let Michelle Parker be found. Please let Dale Smith be prosecuted. Please let her twins return to Michelle's family.

Anonymous said...

This POTUS is the emperor without clothes. Many are cheering him on, not seeing his nakedness, while he happily consolidates his power and turns us into a socialist country. You can see his arrogance in this statement. It will take a long time, if ever, to undo the damage he has done to our country.

Anonymous said...

Please tell me you're kidding...

Anonymous said...

I think he's aiming at outright tyranny, nwo stuff. socialism would be great compared to his real goals.

Peter Hyatt said...


you sound like 'so many' that I have talked to. They wanted to show the world that they were not prejudiced. Many liberals have since withdrawn their support (shortly after the 2nd term) but many more that I communicate with, are embittered.

In your defense, the things he is doing now are not what he said he would do.

He promised transparency. He promised the rule o law.

I do not recall any time that there has been this much propaganda in our country since the Civil War.

I do not recall any president being this powerful since Lincoln.

There's always been abuse of power and there has always been propaganda but what we have today rivals Josef Goebells.

Even Roosevelt, who pushed the envelope and, according to President Clinton, crossed the legal line (Clinton defends him for it) of our Constitution, but not to this degree.

He is radically changing the country more than anyone predicted. "Anyone", being any writer or commentator that I recall.

He is feared more than any president since I was born.

He has stretched forth his power which, if we began to dismantle now, would still take years to reverse.

The IRS has long been considered the most powerful organization in our country. It is now feared.

We have the leadership of the FBI defending Muslim theology in deference to the president. Think of it! The federal law enforcement playing apologetics for Muslims?

We have propaganda that is shocking. The president of the United States is telling us that the killing of Christians and Jews in the name of Allah is not "religious" and that Muslims need money to stop blowing people up?

Cell phones are radically changing how we perceive the news, via the power of instant video.

These videos are not simply once in a while, from a few fringe wing nuts. Muslims are killing and video taping it on their cell phones, every day.

We are being overwhelmed with our borders becoming non existent and sheriffs who fear arrest themselves, over upholding the rule of law. They do not dare enforce the laws.


Why does Obama think that we need tens of thousands of illegal immigrants every week to flood into our country when so many of us are out of work?

His radical beliefs are coming out and there is no one in either party who dares stand up against him.

People who voted for him now commonly say that they feel betrayed and that if he had said he was Muslim it would have frightened them off from voting for him.

They thought he was a man of the people and African Americans would become front and center, but now they feel betrayed by him as well, as even low paying jobs are going to illegals instead.

The flood of middle eastern and Somalians who embrace Islam is overwhelming.

I do not understand what he is doing, other than to watch the country being destroyed.

The last vestige of our freedom is the internet.

No one has dared to stop him from getting government hands on it.

Freedom of speech isn't so anymore in our country. Those who differ on issues of sex, for instance, will find themselves bullied, boycotted, and threatened, at best, but at worst: federally sued and out of employment.

I don't recognize the country and i don't believe that this was what liberals wanted when they elected him.


somanyways said...

Hi Peter -- without a doubt three is a great deal you and I do not agree on.

but -- it's a nice thing there are a few things that we do.

to counter - I didn't vote for him because I wanted to show I wasn't prejudice, I voted for him because I believe in the need for racial equality, and symbols matter. having a first black president is a symbol. but also --- I though he was a wonderful person. I saw in him -- my ideals. I believe in retrospect I was marketed to. I think that a lot of the country wants similar things that I do - and you could call that the liberal, more coastal, more educated part of the country -- but that's way too general to be very useful. just as republicans are often marketed to conservatives - yet just as often betray their claimed intentions. in any event -- I believe I was duped. Obama did not turn out to be the man he presented himself to be.

perhaps more to the point -- I absolutely agree with you that we have more propaganda in this country now than - to my knowledge - ever before. exponentially more. I believe out time now can and should be compared with the rise of Nazi'ism in Germany. We are too "soft"right now. we can't imagine how much we need to be vigilant. and awakening is too painful because - it is true - at this moment there is no clear solution. and so all we can do is awaken to problems without a plan of action - and thats a lot to ask. I believe even people like you and I --- who have incredible differences in much of how we think and believe -- have a better chance of overcoming this greater threat if we can bridge differences. the whole country needs to recognize we need each other. we can get back to red state and blue state if we really want to. but we've got a far bigger problem to take care of first. we are under threat of tyranny.

unfortunately I don't think obama is the king pin, I think he's merely a pawn. and whoever enters office next will be controlled by same people and pose equal or greater threat.

I continually see in this blog evidence that --- when a child is harmed - the first suspect should be the parents, despite how that goes against all we feel should be true about parents. and sometimes they are innocent, but often they are not. the same should be true when there is a crime against a people. the government should be the first suspect. and sometimes they are innocent - but not - here - more and more often they are not.

i hope - I believe we can overcome. i do not believe it will be easy.

somanyways said...

I - actually do think I understand what he is doing. I believe he is literally serving the interests of the world banks - who own the fed and control the central banks is almost every country in the world.

our money is controlled by people who do not identify as solely Americans. they have a broader agenda of global control. and weakening our financial structure and our civil liberties - and our psychological fortitude - is part of that agenda.

if that sounds too outlandish without evidence, start with the old adage - follow the money. Research the History of the Federal Reserve.

Peter Hyatt said...

"I’ve noted several times lately that the Western intelligentsia is deeply concerned that you have a positive view of Islam — hence the steady barrage of articles explaining that those masked men brandishing Qur’ans and screaming “Allahu akbar” as they saw off Infidel heads don’t really have anything, anything at all, to do with the belief system that they name as their guiding inspiration and motivation."

opening article at Jihad Watch.

According to Barak Hussein Obama, some Muslim guys named Mohammad were hanging around with the likes of Thomas Jeffereson and some high intellect Virginians when they formed this country.

Next up: Some Muslim named Mohammad landed 3 days before Christopher Columbus did, and Obama will prove it.

somanyways said...

Glenn Beck gives a very easy to digest, entertaining yet concise basic history of Federal Reserve.

Dee said...

Peter, I think you might like this. I've heard you express similar sentiments. Who will be left to fight?

"First they came for the Jews."

Peter Hyatt said...

Even as Americans sought to stop slavery, they fought against Islam, which was behind the slave trade, particularly northern Africa.

War against Islam has always been. Islam has pathological hatred of Jews.

Every Muslim I have ever spoken to has begun with some weak statement about terrorism, but then moved on to blame "the west" but when I brought up Jews, the "moderate Muslim" mask came off.

We do what we believe.

Islam teaches that order by coercion is to be done, and that women are no more than pet dogs to them. This is why they so oppose their education.

Self loathing which masquerades as political correctness is suicide.

The threat of Islam is not a Left/Right issue. It is one of which all lovers of freedom must oppose.

It is, and always has been, a dangerous religion which teaches violence.

Many have used religion to conquer and do violence, but no religion teaches it but Islam.


Peter Hyatt said...


I am going short on pork futures in US markets.

I hope you'll consider such an investment prudent, and not anti-American.


Anonymous said...

what's all this Islam talk about? what does it have to do with anything? I though this was about us propaganda and the dangers of the new us regime. you've lost me.

Peter Hyatt said...

Barak Hussein Obama is making sure that Iran gets the nuclear bomb which puts Israel and the US in the cross hairs.

Ever hear of "slow motion warfare"?


Anonymous said...

bho is also making sure more , many more of the border crossers now are islamists.
Give you pause?

bait and switch...
look over here and not there...

Anonymous said...

I keep re-reading the quotes in the article above quote.
When was that?
Why don't the major influential papers pick up this stuff?
This is one of the few times he might be telling some truths.
hitler remains the best comparison.

Anonymous said...

So the current president, who might indeed have a real conflict of interest concerning islam and Christianity, or, say, iran and Israel, this current president is now planning to change a statute or two so that he, without Congress, just he, can write his very own laws.
Wow !