2010 PRESIDENCY AND CONGRESS

The Manchurian President:

Barack Obama's Ties to Communists, Socialists and Other Anti-American Extremists

Pub. Date: May 2010

Publisher: WND Books, Incorporated

NY Times Best Seller

Synopsis:

The book uncovers a far-leftist, anti-American nexus that has been instrumental in not only helping build Obama's political career but in securing his presidency. Klein details with shocking precision how this nexus continues to influence Obama and the White House and is involved in drafting policy aimed at reshaping our country.

Highlights of The Manchurian President:

  • Obama's mysterious college years unearthed
  • Shocking details of Obama's relationship with Bill Ayers and other Weathermen terrorists
  • Obama's ties to Islam and black liberation theology
  • Startling facts about Obama's eligibility to serve as president
  • Obama's membership in a socialist party probed
  • How Obama's "hope," "change" slogans stem from communist activism
  • Radical socalists involved in drafting stimulus bill, ObamaCare
  • Communists, socialists and other radicals on team Obama, including an expose on Obama's top guns in the White House
  • Never-before-revealed depth of Obama's relationship with ACORN Biography:

    Aaron Klein is an investigative journalist and Jerusalem bureau chief for WorldNetDaily.

    He know hosts "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio" Sunday afternoon on New York's WABC 770 AM, the largest talk station in the U.S.

    He appears frequently on Fox News Channel and Al Jazeera. He authored two previous books, Schmoozing with Terrorists and The Late State of Israel.

    Time Magazine
    July 5, 2010 Issue

    Gulf-Spill Blame

    Why didn't President Obama waive the Jones Act--which requires that only U.S. vessels engage in commercial activity in U.S. waters--within days of the BP explosion and request all available oil-spill-cleanup boats and equipment from around the world? President Bush waived the Jones Act immediately after Hurricane Katrina hit. Why has the media not pressed Obama to do so?

    Daniel Jeffs, APPLE VALLEY, CA.

    Original Letter

    Sent June 14, 2010

    Re: Cover story: Gulf disaster: Who's asses need kicking? - another letter

    Calling all clean-up boats and equipment?

    The nation's news media has been saturated with non-stop disastrous coverage of the massive uncontrolled BP oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, yet the mainstream media has yet to ask a crucial question or make a strong suggestion for President Obama to make a major decision to lessen the damages.

    Why didn't President Obama waive the Jones Act within days of the BP explosion and request all available oil spill clean-up boats and equipment from around the world? President Bush waved the Jones Act immediately after Hurricane Katrina hit. Why has President Obama not done so, and why has the media not pressed him to do so? Why isn't Congress pressing him for it?

    I have asked this question in several letters to the editors of major newspapers. No response. Smaller conservative newspapers are asking why. Could it be that the Obama administration, congressional Democrats and complicit media want to take advantage of this crisis, to play itself out against oil drilling and big oil, to advance their green energy climate change legislation? It's on the way. The clean-up boats and equipment are not. How about a brainstorm to plug the hole?

    Riverside Press Enterprise
    June 20, 2010

    Expect energy mess

    The Merchant Marine Act (Jones Act) of 1920 prohibits foreign ships from working in U.S. waters. That's why foreign oil spill cleanup ships are waiting to help with the BP Gulf disaster. Saudi Arabia used all available cleanup ships and equipment available worldwide to deal with an oil spill from the 1991 Gulf War.

    The Jones Act was waived for Katrina. Why isn't President Obama waiving the act for all the help we can get? Could it be that he is bending to union pressure and wants this disaster to linger to advance his green energy program at big oil's expense, while Gulf drilling is cut off, Gulf states' economies wither, and gasoline prices rise?

    Meanwhile, the Senate just authorized EPA enforcement -- global warming regulatory tyranny -- of carbon emissions and other environmental administrative laws against the U.S. economy and the American people. Taken together, it is an energy disaster in the making -- one which could boomerang on congressional Democrats in November and President Obama in 2012.

    Daniel B. Jeffs
    Apple Valley, CA

    Washington Times
    June 22, 2010

    Re: Obama's Gulf War - Editorial

    O-blah-blah-blah-ma's green energy crusade

    President Obama's Oval Office address to the nation was little more than what has become meaningless "O-blah,blah,blah-ma" talk -- this time promoting the administration's, "Never let a crisis go to waste" mantra to further his economy-busting green energy plan by telling us to alter our ways. Yet, he is exacerbating the Gulf oil leak crisis.

    Obama said nothing about waiving the Jones Act to attract all the outside help we can get to clean up and control the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. And nothing was said about using the underground nuclear option the Russians have used to seal similar uncontrolled gushers. The intention appears to be demonize BP and big oil, while riding-out the growing calamity on environmental rhetoric, and saddling the nation with energy legislation and the regulatory whip of the EPA.

    If the president and Congress blindly pursue green energy at the expense of suppressed domestic oil production and refineries, our reliance on imported oil -- and the price of gas -- will continue to increase, just as it doubled from 30% in 1972 to the current 60%. Indeed, instead of calling on the nation to alter its ways, President Obama must alter his, lest we all suffer the long-term consequences.

    Daniel B. Jeffs
    Apple Valley, Calif.

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/06/22/EDHQ1E1KJU.DTL#ixzz0raikGSG3

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 22, 2010

    Out of Afghanistan

    Re: "A war we're not winning" (Editorial, June 19) Afghanistan is unique in that it will always go back to its ancient tribal ways regardless of what any foreign power does.

    Remaining at war in a hopelessly barbarian country is a monumental waste of American lives and defense funds. We should spray all their opium poppy fields with herbicides, get out of the country, use predator drones to police terrorist training camps with missiles and use smart herbicide bombs above the poppy fields each time they plant again.

    That's cutting the heads off the terrorist snakes and the poppies off the drugs that fund them -- from a safe distance. Case closed.

    Daniel B. Jeffs

    Apple Valley, Calif.

    Regarding President Obama's Oval Office address to the nation about the Gulf Coast oil leak

    By:Vince Haley
    Vice President for Policy
    American Solutions

    June 16, 2010

    Fifty seven days after an oil rig explosion triggered an uncontrolled deep water oil gusher in the Gulf of Mexico, President Obama addressed the nation last night about his administration's efforts to address the crisis.

    After offering two short paragraphs to explain what is actually being done to stop the oil leak, President Obama devoted most of his speech to explaining why the oil leak means now is the time to dramatically and permanently raise the cost of gas, diesel, and electricity for every American.

    Jay Leno gave voice to the widespread puzzlement people have with Obama's misplaced focus last night: "President Obama said today he is going to use the Gulf disaster to immediately push a new energy bill through Congress. I got an idea ... How about first using the Gulf disaster to fix the Gulf disaster?"

    Good question, but we think we know why President Obama is not focused on plugging the oil leak and is instead focused on plugging new energy taxes.

    President Obama's Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, said at the start of the Obama presidency that "you never let a crisis go to waste," which we now know means that the Obama team never lets a crisis go without out more borrowing, more taxing, and more spending in support of their political allies. We saw this with the $862 billion stimulus law that didn't create jobs, the ObamaCare law that won't bend the health cost curve down, and now with ObamaEnergy that won't lower energy costs and won't increase energy supplies.

    Using the present crisis as pretext, President Obama is now urging the Senate to pass cap and trade energy taxes. Even though this has nothing to do with plugging the hole, Obama and his liberal allies in Congress want the power to spend billions in new tax revenues through a massive redistribution of wealth from taxpayers to green energy company shareholders.

    The Senate is reportedly going to take up a cap and trade energy tax bill shortly after it returns on July 12th. If it passes the Senate, the House will vote on and approve that new tax in a lame duck session after the November elections.

    Our opportunity to stop this new energy tax is now, and the next two months will be absolutely critical. These new energy taxes will hurt you and your family with higher gas and electricity costs. They will kill hundreds of thousands of jobs, prevent small business growth, and ship jobs overseas to China and India.

    We cannot afford to pass a massive energy tax in this economic recession, but President Obama is more concerned with redistributing wealth than he is in growing new wealth, even if that means destroying jobs in the process. Cutting up a shrinking pie is apparently not a problem if you're the one wielding the knife and giving away the pieces. It's the rest of us that have to worry about the consequences.

    Meanwhile, the oil continues to gush under the Gulf waters. Like Jay Leno, Senator Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat, summed up well this President's misplaced priorities: "The climate bill isn't going to stop the oil leak...The first thing you have to do is stop the oil leak."

    The President should listen to his friend Senator Feinstein and plug holes, not taxes.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/letters/From-Readers-96404484.html
    Washington Examiner
    June 16, 2010

    Why didn't Obama ask for help in BP oil spill?

    The nation has been saturated with nonstop coverage of the massive uncontrolled BP oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, yet the mainstream media has yet to ask a crucial question: Why didn't President Obama waive the Jones Act within days of the BP explosion and request help from all available clean-up boats around the world?

    President Bush waived the Jones Act immediately after Hurricane Katrina hit. Why has President Obama not done so, and why has Congress and the media not pressed him to do so?

    Could it be that the Obama administration, congressional Democrats and complicit media want to take advantage of this crisis to advance their green energy climate change legislation?

    That's on the way. The clean-up boats are not.

    Daniel B. Jeffs

    Apple Valley, Calif.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/letters/From-readers-95793474.html
    The Washington Examiner
    June 8, 2010

    Insulting former president in White House was rude Re: "Dim Bulb," June 4

    It was profoundly ignorant and condescending for former Beatle Paul McCartney to say that former President George W. Bush does not know what a library is.

    Bush has a B.A. from Yale, an MBA from Harvard and is married to a former librarian with a master's degree in library science. Bush may not be well spoken, but he is honest, forthright, well educated and well read.

    It was arrogant and rude of McCartney to insult the presidency in the White House, whether or not the current president agreed. Mr. McCartney is clearly very talented at making music, but he is certainly no intellectual giant himself.

    Daniel B. Jeffs

    Apple Valley, Calif.

    The Washington Examiner
    June 3, 2010

    America is becoming more vulnerable Re: "Activists send new boat to challenge Gaza Blockade," June 1

    Memorial Day was marked by an oil disaster, an act of war, and increased tensions in the Middle East. All Americans ought to be deeply concerned about the uncontrolled BP oil leak in the Gulf, the provocative naval attack by North Korea, and the Hamas (Iranian)-backed conflict with Israeli troops.

    Coupled with a world economic crisis, increasing anxiety, tension and violence around the globe, restrictions on our domestic energy resources, and our military forces thinned by the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and the war against terrorism, America is becoming more vulnerable by the day.

    What if the instabilities and provocations turn into an all-out attack against Israel by Iran & Company, or against South Korea by North Korea? How will the United States react? And what if al Qaeda steps up its attacks on America? President Obama's weak stance on the U.S. response to attacks using weapons of mass destruction is certainly not reassuring.

    Daniel B. Jeffs

    Apple Valley, Calif.

    Re: World of troubles for U.S.
    Front page, USA TODAY

    June 1, 2010

    USA TODAY is correctly sounding the alarm that President 'Obama returns to the White House facing crises on three fronts,' the day after Memorial Day. Indeed, all Americans ought to be deeply concerned about the uncontrolled BP oil leak in the Gulf, the provocative naval attack by North Korea against South Korea, and the Hamas(Iranian)-backed Palestinian protest conflict with Israeli troops.

    Coupled with a United States/World economic crisis and the increasing anxiety, tension and violence around the globe -- the restrictions on our domestic energy resources, our military forces/defenses being thinned by the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and the war against terrorism -- America is becoming more vulnerable by the day.

    Clearly, the most glaring and disturbing questions are, what if the instabilities and provocations turn into an all-out attack against Israel by Iran & Co., and/or against South Korea by North Korea? How will the United States react? What will Russia and China do? And what if al-Qaeda steps up attacks on America? Worse, what if any of the attacks go nuclear? President Obama's weak stance on U.S. responses to attacks with weapons of mass destruction is certainly not reassuring..

    Daniel B. Jeffs

    Founder, DDC

    San Bernardino Sun
    April 13, 2010

    Empty gestures

    President Obama's offshore drilling plans for oil and natural gas are surely empty gestures - replete with deceit - which is far from comforting to those of us who are suffering from years of rising electric bills and pain at the pump.

    Interior Secretary Salazar has already reduced on- and offshore drilling leases to near nothing, along with more limitations on coal resources. And, of course, the West Coast will be exempt from new drilling, as will the potentially most productive resources in Alaska.

    Surely, if our energy resources had been opened up over 20 years ago, we would not have been forced into this unconscionable mess and a fast track to ruin.

    Coupled with relentless tyranny of environmental extremists, energy costs will skyrocket by the thrust of solar and wind, our economic engines will run out of gas, and our country will go into free-fall from the weight of lies, fear mongering, insurmountable public debt and irresponsible government.

    Indeed, it is well known and understood that energy companies, businesses and the people are going to be increasingly squeezed by President Obama and the power of his Interior Department, Department of Energy, and the Environmental Protection Agency - to the last drop of our collective economic blood.

    USA TODAY
    April 13, 2010
    FOCUS ON SECURING INTERNET FOR VOTING

    Re: "Don't let the cable guys decide what you see on the Web." Our View, 'Net neutrality' debate, Friday)

    Instead of tampering with the Internet and free speech, the Obama administration, the Federal Communications Commission and Congress should use broadband to establish secure voting networks in every state.

    Every registered voter should have access, and elections should be conducted over the networks. There is no excuse not to have such a system to enhance democracy and voter participation.

    The Washington Examiner

    April 15, 2010

    Supreme Court pick is all about ideology

    Re: "Obama emboldened for another Supreme Court pick," April 13

    Replacing Justice John Paul Stevens on the Supreme Court is all about ideology. President Obama surely intends to replace him with another justice who is infected by the terminal cancer in the federal judiciary that has been eating away the original intent of the Constitution.

    It is simply unconscionable that so many judges and elected officials have blatantly betrayed their oaths of office to support, protect and defend the (original intent) of the Constitution of the United States by usurping power from the states, infringing on the rights, liberty and freedom of the people, and concentrating all power in Washington.

    Alas, the legal community of law schools and the proliferation of lawyers has grown -- as government has grown -- not only beyond the limitations of what the Constitution prohibits, but beyond control. This was done by the manipulation, circumvention, revision and the reconstruction of our history, our founding documents and what America is all about. This is common sense, and not a matter of ideology, philosophy or interpretation.

    San Bernardino Sun

    
    San Bernardino Sun
    March 6, 2010
    Obama's edict:  
    
    This independent voter found little confidence in watching and listening to
    President Obama's so-called bipartisan health care summit. Indeed, it was
    more like a staged platform grand stand, which came as no surprise.
    
    However, President Obama's health care summit proved the overriding truth
    about the health care issue, which was declared to be in crisis by candidate
    Obama in the 2008 election, and continued as a presidential edict to reform
    health care after the election. The economic meltdown and job losses was the
    crisis and is the crisis, not health care.
    
    Health care needs simple reforms, such as those presented by the Republicans
    throughout the debate, but ignored by the media.
    
    If President Obama's plan passes, health care will become a burden of
    enormous cost and taxation, replete with rules and regulations, diminishing
    the quality and access to health care, and exacerbating the overall economic
    crisis. Indeed, if President Obama and his Democrat minions push this on us,
    I will certainly be among the voters who push back in the 2010 November
    elections, and again in 2012.

    The Washington Examiner
    February 28, 2010
    
    Health care is not the main crisis facing U.S.
    Re: "Ho-hum health care summit," Editorial, Feb. 26
    
    Ho-hum? Not from this independent voter's perspective. President Obama's
    health care summit proved the overriding truth about the health care issue,
    which was held out as a crisis by candidate Obama before and after the 2008
    election. The economic meltdown and resulting job losses was - and is - the
    crisis, not health care. When the president concluded the summit by saying
    "We cannot have another year-long debate about this...We have honest
    disagreements about the vision for the country and we'll go ahead and test
    those out over the next several months till November," he made it clear
    that, like it or not, he was going to get his health care plan passed. And
    if voters don't like it, they can vote Democrats out. Health care needs
    simple reforms, such as those presented by the Republicans. If President
    Obama's plan passes, health care will become a crisis of unfair taxation,
    rules and regulations, diminishing health care, and increasing costs that
    exacerbate the overall economic crisis. We can vote out all those who voted
    for the plan in November, but it must be made clear to those we elect to
    replace them that the health care takeover bill must be repealed.

    Riverside Press Enterprise
    February 25, 2010
    Stop government growth
    
    I agree that any sweeping health care plan that will undoubtedly lead to
    more federal power is a dud ("Health dud," Our Views, Feb. 23).
    
    President Obama's nearly $950 billion restart on health care reform is
    merely the tip of another federal iceberg poised to strike deeply into our
    ship of individual liberties.
    
    Indeed, government's intrusion in the housing market caused the economic
    collapse, which has been exacerbated by intrusions in the financial and auto
    industries and mismanagement of debt and spending throughout the $700
    billion Troubled Asset Relief Program and the $787 billion stimulus bill.
    All of it has proved to be mostly fruitless, leaving us saddled with
    incredible debt and rising costs.
    
    A federal takeover of health care? No. Open health insurance to out-of-state
    competition and control of junk lawsuits that increase costs? Yes. A federal
    takeover of energy and the cost of living? No way.
    
    Voters aren't stupid. The pain of overbearing government makes things very
    clear to us. Government will realize this in coming elections.

    San Bernardino Sun
    February 8, 2010
    
    Empty words
    
    President Obama's State of the Union speech wreaked of arrogant,
    condescending rhetoric throughout. It was little more than flashy, but
    empty, words of deceit, while continuing his hard-line campaign in
    Washington's wonderland of "I know what's best for the ignorant people,"
    supported by Nancy Pelosi in a "Queen of Hearts" pop-up box, Harry Reid's
    cloak and dagger, and Joe "Cheshire Cat" Biden's grin.
    
    Indeed, he has assumed the role of commanding an intellectual pirate ship of
    thieves conducting raids on the American people, particularly the middle
    class.
    
    Seriously, President Obama was not being truthful about the Supreme Court
    decision on campaign limits, off-shore drilling for oil, health care,
    cap-and-trade energy and finance takeovers, education and taxes. Lest we
    forget, the sorry state of the union was caused by government intrusion
    through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and the intimidation of banks and
    mortgage lenders, which blew the housing bubble to the bursting point. Wall
    Street simply couldn't handle it.
    
    We in the middle class are the heart and soul of America. Most of us are
    independents, and along with Tea Party people, we are united against
    President Obama's agenda. No matter what he says to the contrary, he is
    masking his contempt for us. He clearly intends to turn us into a giant
    underclass, along with the working poor, and dependent on the growing
    government/ruling class.
    
    However, we are well-informed by seeking and finding the truth, assisted by
    skilled patriots, and the fairness and balance of media sources such as Fox
    News. We elected Scott Brown. President Obama and congressional progressives
    will hear from us in the 2010 and 2012 elections.
    
    The United States of America and our Constitution belong to us, not
    centralized federal power in Washington.

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    Boston Globe
    January 31, 2010
    Brown victory is start of a national referendum against Obama, progressives
    
    RE: ANARCHY in the Bay State
    (Letters, Jan.26):
     Anthony J. Frascinoís condescending contempt for middle-class
    independent voters is typical progressive fear rhetoric used by intellectual
    regressives, progressively eroding our Constitution and our freedoms by
    smothering us with government.
    
    We in the middle class are the heart and soul of America. Most of us are
    independents, and along with Tea Party people, we are united against
    President Obamaís agenda. No matter what the president says to the contrary,
    he is masking his contempt for us. The progressive movement intends to turn
    us and the working poor into a giant underclass, dependent on government and
    ruled by it.
    
    But thatís not going to happen. Independent voters elected Scott Brown by
    exercising real democracy. This indeed is the beginning of a national
    referendum against President (we know whatís best for you) Obama and
    arrogant congressional progressives. They will hear from us in the 2010
    elections, and Obama will hear from us in 2012.

    San Bernardino Sun
    January 10, 2010
    
    Serves wrong side
    Re: "We will do better," Jan. 6.
    
    President Obama's feigned outrage at intelligence failures comes as empty
    words from an empty suit, discouraging vigilance in the war on terror.
    
    The airliner homicide bomber should have been immediately put on the
    "no-fly" list with his father's warning. Al-Qaida terrorists should not be
    prosecuted in civilian courts. And the Guantanamo Bay enemy combatant
    facility should not be closed.
    
    Lowering the bar in the war against terrorism only serves the cause of
    terrorists, not the security of America. The best offense is an aggressive
    defense. And, needless to say - when our lives are at stake - no holds
    barred.
    
    The source of the "systemic failure" on counter-terrorism is the Obama
    administration's feckless philosophy and reckless disregard for the
    magnitude of the terrorist threat against our country.
    
    Result: al-Qaida wins.