Is Obama a Psychopath? Signs point to ‘Yes.’


Is Obama a psychopath?  It’s impossible to be sure without a clinical evaluation, but Dr. Loudon and several other psychologists have pointed out the markers that suggest he may very well be a psychopath.  Compulsive lying?  CHECK.  Blaming others for failures and shortcomings?  CHECK.  Torturing animals?  Well, he told us he ate his dog.

My money would be on a diagnosis of psychopathy.



Exclusive: Gina Loudon urges a closer look at the president’s decisions

Published: 04/06/2014 at 5:16 PM

It is safe to say that most politicians these days could be diagnosed with a range of mental conditions, and many would likely be labeled sociopaths or psychopaths.

The terms psychopath and sociopath are often used interchangeably, even by mental health professionals. The symptoms are somewhat consistent between the two: lack of conscience, no moral compass, manipulative, low range of emotions, interpersonally insensitive. The psychopath is deadly. He is well spoken, charismatic, fearless, controlling, socially potent, a habitual liar, calm to a disturbing degree in the face of chaos and cold hearted. He is a master at blaming others. Continue reading

Is the Bundy Ranch the ‘Lexington Common’ of the 2nd American Revolution?

The federal government has strayed so far from its Constitutional reservation that it doesn’t remember what it was founded for, and what its limits are. They are taxing away over half of our income, taking our land, and dictating not only what we can’t buy, but what we MUST buy. It is out of control, and likely beyond repair. To add insult to injury, you have some in local and state government who either don’t see, or actually support the overreaches of the federal government.

For example, you have this county commissioner from Clark County, NV who said that protesters or people coming to support Bundy “better have funeral plans” if they come to Clark County.

Americans have been pushed deep into a corner from which there is likely only one avenue of escape. We need to steel ourselves, and be armed, ready, and willing to fight if necessary. We should not fire the first shot, but we d*** sure better fire the last one.

Harry Reid’s Koch Problem

Uh Oh!! Hahwee Weed got caught in a wittew bit of hypocrisy! Just like Elijah Cummings trying to deflect attention from Lois Lerner and the IRS scandal because he’s involved in it up to his eyeballs, and Obama demonizing “Evil Wall Street™” while turning right back to them for campaign donations, Harry Reid has been attacking the Koch Brothers like Rain Man asking to go to K-Mart for new underwear (here’s the evidence: while at the same time taking money from them. Psychologists call this “PROJECTION.” It’s a defence mechanism where the liar projects his own hidden desires and impulses onto someone else. Democrats and progressives are MASTERS of projection.

This is the ONE time that Harry Reid is right that “Koch funded politicians are destroying America.”  Yes, Harry.  You are destroying America.

Harry Reid Took Money from Koch Lobbyist

Harry Reid (D., Koch Industries) / AP

Add Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) to the list of Senate Democrats who have benefitted from Koch money. In fact, he might as wellpay one of his grandchildren to stitch Koch insignias onto his suit to denote their sponsorship:

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Harry Reid's Koch Problem

According to campaign finance records, former Koch Industries lobbyistRobert P. Hall III donated $500 to Reid’s campaign in 2003.

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Hall worked for Koch Industries from 1998 to 2004, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. He was previously a lobbyist for INVISTA, the Koch Industries subsidiary that Democrats are targeting in their latest campaign to “other” the Koch brothers. Hall currently lobbies for General Electric, the chief sponsor of explanatory journalism website Coincidence? Maybe.

In public, Reid has attacked the Kochs as “un-American” and “against everything that’s good for America.” This is not surprising, however, given the fact that Reid is a raging hypocrite.

The revelation that Reid is a Koch-funded politician comes days after the majority leader’s former colleague, Hillary Clinton, was caught discussing her upcoming memoir at the David H. Koch Theater in Manhattan.

Koch-funded politicians are destroying America!

Koch-funded politician Harry Reid.

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Screwing the Military: AF ‘Leadership’s’ Core Values

In the military the phrase “shut up and color” reflects the basic reality of the chain of command.  When the boss issues marching orders, you generally salute smartly and carry them out.  But their are limits to doing so.  It is a leader’s responsibility to look out for his people in a moral and ethical way while still getting the mission done.  When that leader’s superiors issue orders or pursue policies that harm personnel and are detrimental to the mission, that leader has a responsibility to push back, even at the risk of damaging his career.   Over the last 20 years, I have seen fewer and fewer ‘leaders’ willing to say ‘no’ because doing so might harm their chance of promotion.  In our current political climate, where the Commander in Chief displays and holds to no core values or morals except looking out for himself, is it any surprise that the handpicked military leadership who remain after the Obama purge of senior officers who displayed any charisma, leadership ability, and independent thought would be any different?  They pay lip service to the Air Force Core Values, but when it comes to putting them into practice, they fail miserably, most notably in the integrity arena.  This trend was sent into hyperdrive with the Obama purge.  Now we are left with an upper echelon of political yes-men that would make the Soviets proud.

The lack of integrity at the senior levels has trickled down now to infect the military at ALL levels.  Lack of a sense of honor, incompetence, selfishness, and lack of integrity are evident everywhere.  Leaders who voice one policy and implement/support another, people cutting corners and not doing what is necessary to implement policies properly and ethically, using force shaping initiatives as ‘loyalty tests,’ all the way down to service members hiding in cars to avoid having to pay respects to our flag and those who sacrificed and paved the way for us.  The state of our military from top to bottom is beyond alarming.

Force Mismanagement: AFPC Botches Retirements, Airmen Caught in Crossfire

by Tony Carr on April 5, 2014

Airmen who employ airpower know how unforgiving it can be. It’s about precision. Releasing a weapon from an aircraft one second too early or late can have lethal consequences on the ground, including fratricide or the loss of a battle. Airpower is also about communication. Confusion or inaccuracy in messages can result in paratroopers being dropped into a hail of enemy fire or wounded warriors bleeding out as rescue helicopters fly to the wrong coordinates. But it’s also about morality. Executing unlawful orders or applying combat power in violation of rules of engagement can undermine an entire war effort.

The Air Force has long understood these principles. It has also understood until recently that these principles cannot thrive unless they thrive universally and continually. Airmen who don’t practice, experience, and immerse in a culture of precision, clarity, and morality can’t be expected to exhibit these qualities in combat. In the last few years, the Air Force has allowed these notions to become secondary, and in some cases outright abandoned them in pursuit of imagined efficiencies or advantages or as a function of simple organizational neglect. Nowhere is this more evident than in the conduct of the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC), which has recently undertaken a rolling chronicle of unprecedented malpractice, leaving airmen frustrated, uncertain, and increasingly disinterested in wearing a blue uniform. Continue reading

An Open Letter to the Men and Women of the Connecticut State Police: You are NOT the enemy (UNLESS YOU CHOOSE TO BE.)

This letter sent to the Connecticut State Police is a great example for all of us, and sums up very well the crossroads at which we stand.  We are at a time and place in our history when our government has left the reservation that the citizenry established for it, and that government has now turned against the people whom it is supposed to serve.  The government is forcing us into a corner from which the only escape is to fight.  The bloodshed and violence toward which this nation is heading at breakneck speed will happen by the government’s choosing, nor ours.

The question is, when the government begins trying to enforce its unconstitutional laws (in this case, gun registration and confiscation), will law enforcement stand on the side of the Constitution and the people, or will they be our enemies?  There are many who have come out publicly stating they will not enforce these laws.  I applaud these patriots.  Those who have refused to say they will not enforce unconstitutional laws have done us the favor of identifying themselves to us as collaborators whom we will be pitted against once the ‘festivities’ begin.  At least we know who they are.

Get to know your local police, and your sheriff.  Find out where they stand.  Also petition your state government to follow the course of nullifying unconstitutional federal laws, and making it illegal for federal agencies to attempt to enforce them with your state’s borders.   Also find out where your governor and legislators stand on the possiblity of secession and a constitutional convention.  Those may be the only chance we have left for a peaceful resolution to our predicament.  However, I suspect that the federal government won’t let us go without a fight since those power hungry tyrants want control, and without people to control they have no power.

Our only hope to salvage our constitutional republic is to stand UNITED behind our Constitution.  But we must stand with resolve backed up by force, and the willingness to use it.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

An Open Letter to the Men and Women of the Connecticut State Police: You are NOT the enemy (UNLESS YOU CHOOSE TO BE.)

 The following letter was sent via email to members of the Connecticut State Police, Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection. There are 1,212 email addresses on the list. There were 62 bounce-backs.

15 February 2014
To the men and women of the Connecticut State Police and the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection:
My name is Mike Vanderboegh. Few of you will know who I am, or even will have heard of the Three Percent movement that I founded, though we have been denounced on the national stage by that paragon of moral virtue, Bill Clinton. Three Percenters are uncompromising firearm owners who have stated very plainly for years that we will obey no further encroachments on our Second Amendment rights. Some of you, if you read this carelessly, may feel that it is a threat. It is not. Three Percenters also believe that to take the first shot in a conflict over principle is to surrender the moral high ground to the enemy. We condemn so-called collateral damage and terrorism such as that represented by the Oklahoma City Bombing and the Waco massacre. We are very aware that if you seek to defeat evil it is vital not to become the evil you claim to oppose. Thus, though this letter is certainly intended to deal with an uncomfortable subject, it is not a threat to anyone. However, it is important for everyone to understand that while we promise not to take the first shot over principle, we make no such promise if attacked, whether by common criminals or by the designated representatives of a criminal government grown arrogant and tyrannical and acting out an unconstitutional agenda under color of law. If we have any model, it is that of the Founding generation. The threat to public order and safety, unfortunately, comes from the current leaders of your state government who unthinkingly determined to victimize hitherto law-abiding citizens with a tyrannical law. They are the ones who first promised violence on the part of the state if your citizens did not comply with their unconstitutional diktat. Now, having made the threat (and placed the bet that you folks of the Connecticut State Police will meekly and obediently carry it out) they can hardly complain that others take them seriously and try by every means, including this letter, to avoid conflict.
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Generals Say Troops Understand Need for Pay Cuts

In testimony to Congress last week, military leaders told Congress that military personnel are understanding as to why they must take pay cuts. The officials told Congress that troops are ready and willing to sacrifice their pay.

…Testimony from the military brass took some lawmakers by surprise after troop advocacy groups have rejected the cuts to pay and benefits proposed in the upcoming budget.

Uh, NO. We don’t understand why military personnel who are already underpaid for the amount of hardship and risk they are asked and ordered to endure are now being asked to take it in the shorts YET AGAIN while the money that SHOULD be going to buy military equipment, and pay military personnel and retirees is instead being given to welfare sponges and other political boondoggles being used to buy votes. And, NO, we’re NOT willing to sacrifice even MORE of our pay, endure even older equipment, and sacrifice the security of America so that idiot politicians can keep their cushy jobs by buying votes rather than funding the military as the Constitution calls for.

For these service chiefs to stand there and cheerfully throw the men and women of their respective services under the proverbial bus is disgraceful. These are the ‘yes-men’ we are left with after decades of the military building a system of checking boxes to get promoted rather than displaying real leadership, and after a Marxist president purges any remaining commanders who display any leadership ability whatsoever. America is in trouble, friends.

General Tells Congress Troops Are Willing To Sacrifice Pay

Courtesy: US Defense Department

Mar 26, 2014  |  by Bryant Jordan

Senior Pentagon officials told Congress on Tuesday that troops are willing to sacrifice portions of their pay and benefits if it means keeping and improving the training and equipment needed to do their jobs.

Vice Adm. William F. Moran, chief of naval personnel and deputy chief of naval operations, told lawmakers that sailors he has met with over the past six months have spoken more about “the quality of the service” they’re able to do than anything other topic.

The view was shared by other officials, including Sheryl E. Murray, assistant deputy commandant for manpower and reserve affairs for the Marine Corps.

“I would emphasize our Marines do enjoy a good quality of life. Our Marines love being in the Marine Corps family,” she said. “Most of all, they want the right equipment. … They want to be trained, and they want to be ready. That is the overriding desire.”

Personnel officials from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and the Department of Defense met with the House Armed Services’ Military Personnel subcommittee to talk about cuts to pay and benefits the Pentagon is proposing for its upcoming budget.

These include a smaller pay raise — 1 percent raise, an average 5 percent reduction in housing allowances, and higher health care fees for some retirees.

The proposed budget for next year is $496 billion, reflecting a savings of $176 billion, according to the Pentagon, because of the personnel cuts.

Military leaders say personnel costs make up about a third of their budgets and remain the fasting growing portion. Unless the trend is slowed and reversed, manning costs will eventually make it impossible to meet other funding needs, the military brass has said.

“That’s why we are asking for a 1 percent [troop pay increase] instead of a 2 or higher percentage, so we can slow that growth of a military member’s pay and also be able to bolster their readiness and bolster the modernization,” Acting Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness Jessica Wright said.

“The quality of life is good, but the quality of service, we believe, for our military members is lower, and so we would like to balance that,” she said.

Army Deputy Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Howard Bromberg said quality of life is important, but added “we can’t afford to lower the training standards in defense of something else.”

However, the personnel officials who offered testimony before the subcommittee could offer only personal anecdotes to back up their belief that troops would welcome pay and benefit cuts. No survey results were offered. Leaders also said it could not wait for the results of a commission due to issue its report on military pay and benefits next year.  (usually when someone says “we can’t wait,” that means their trying to shove a load of crap down your throat before you gag –G)

Testimony from the military brass took some lawmakers by surprise after troop advocacy groups have rejected the cuts to pay and benefits proposed in the upcoming budget.

Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev., reminded the Pentagon officials that the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission is expected to turn in its review and recommendation a year from now. He cautioned that they are asking to make significant changes in these areas without the benefit of the commission’s findings.

“What happens when they come back in 2015 with a whole host of recommendations?” Heck asked.

Pentagon officials said the military can’t wait a year for the commission’s report followed by another year before any recommendations could be adopted.

“We’ve got to make a near-term savings in the next couple of years. Otherwise, we’re going to dig ourselves into a hole and just not going to be able to get out of it,” Bromberg said.

Veterans’ organizations, which often speak for the services’ rank and file, have opposed many of the proposed cuts.

The veterans groups, including the Association of the U.S. Navy and The American Legion, back a 1.8 percent raise that is tied to the formula worked out by the Employment Cost Index of the Labor Department.

“You want an adequate standard of living” for service members, American Legion National Commander Dan Dellinger said Tuesday night. “That’s important for them and their families.”

Dellinger said service members know the fiscal picture is tight. Army exercises have been scaled back. In the Navy, some ships have stayed at home instead of cruising.

“They’ve taken those concessions,” he said. “I hate to say it, but the government shouldn’t try to balance the budget on the backs of service members. If they took away the entire DoD budget, it still wouldn’t balance the budget.”

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Obama says “No hard sell for Obamacare,” and is lying as usual

Obama says “We didn’t make a hard sell: We didn’t have billions of dollars of commercials like some critics did.”

BULLSH**. You are a lying sack of excrement. Why do I say that? Hundreds of reasons, but here are two for this specific example.

“From January until the end of March, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which runs the site and administers the Affordable Care Act, will have spent $52 million on paid media, officials said.”

Not to mention the HUNDREDS of millions they have spent on the failed website. Remember the ‘pajama boy’ ad? Yeah. And there’s more.

Obama tried to press the network for FREE airtime in PRIMETIME. But they turned him down, so he had to resort to second stringers like Ellen DeGeneres and some stupid “between the ferns” show that no one has ever watched.

No hard sell? Obama is lying about that, and he’s lying about how many have signed up for Obamacare. They claim 7.1 million, but neglect to even speak of the 6+ million who were kicked off of their health plans BECAUSE of Obamacare. Nor will they address the fact that less than 10% of enrollees is paying their own premiums without a subsidy.

Has this a**clown EVER told the truth about ANYTHING in his life other than the fact that he planned to ‘fundamentally transform’ America?


Obama Says The Administration “Didn’t Make A Hard Sell” For Obamacare

Media buys, death panels, Armageddon. The president announces the administration hit 7.1 million sign-ups in Obamacare.

posted on April 1, 2014 at 5:37pm EDT

Andrew Kaczynski

BuzzFeed Staff

Announcing the administration surpassed 7 million enrollees in Obamacare, President Obama said the White House didn’t make a hard sell on Obamacare. “We didn’t make a hard sell: We didn’t have billions of dollars of commercials like some critics did.”

According to the New York Times, however, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services alone spent $52 million this year promoting the law. Continue reading


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