Saturday, May 28, 2011

That Mississippi State Flag Really Gives The Liberals Fits

by Al Benson Jr.

Ten years ago now, after being subjected to a massive liberal disinformation campaign, aided and abetted by spineless Mississippi politicians, the good people of Mississippi voted to keep their current state flag, Confederate symbol and all, by a whopping two-thirds to one third vote. They sent a resounding message to all the politically correct busybodies across the country--don't mess with our state flag, we like it fine just like it is.

Needless to say, with a vote like that, the liberals and leftists nationwide engaged in much "weeping, wailing, and gnashing of teeth." How dare their wonderful multi-cultural agenda for unenlightened Mississippi be resisted by the people who lived there! Who did they think they were, resisting what the liberals and other cultural Marxists clearly knew was best for them? The ungrateful wretches!

However, liberals, cultural Marxists and their ilk being what they are (meddlers) they just have not been able to let this issue alone. A couple or three years ago, if I remember correctly, they tried again, with some sort of "discussion groups" to get people interested in another flag. That didn't seem to go anywhere, so now they are back for yet one more go-round.

Just recently there was a fuss over the state flag in Natchez, at the police department. Someone asked the police chief if it was alright to fly the state flag and the police department. The police chief complied. Why not? It is, after all the state flag, even if the liberals are offended by it (poor babies). Then, lo and behold, someone came along and complained to the mayor, who ten ordered the police department to take the flag down until "the city could discuss the matter more carefully." That's political talk for tucking tail and running.

The man that wrote the editorial from the "Natchez Democrat" that I read, although he claims the flag doesn't bother him, is nonetheless subtly trying to push for a new flag design. So here we go again! In his article he wrote: "Rationally, it makes sense to find a flag that all Mississippi citizens can support and rally around." Sounds nice, but it will never happen. No matter what flag design you come up with, somebody won't like it. Someone will be dissatisfied and complain.

In his article the writer continues: "If, as the 2001 vote indicates, more than one-third of the state voters don't support the existing flag, we should seek to find a more universally supported symbol." Translation: The liberals don't like the current flag with its Confederate symbol so it has to go. They tried once and couldn't get rid of it so it's now time to try to bamboozle the public again to see if they can do away with it. After all, it's been ten years, so who'll remember all the disinformation we spread around back then? Time to spread it on thick again!

It seems to pain the editorialist greatly that the one-third of the people that didn't vote for the flag should be subjected to having to see it fly in their state. What about the two-thirds that voted to keep it? Should they be subjected to a new flag they clearly don't want just to keep the one-third from griping and moaning? It would seem so.

When it comes to Confederate symbols the liberal and leftist minority is always more important than the conservative majority, because the liberal minority are the politically correct ones, while the conservative majority, who mostly just want to be left alone to live their lives, and supposedly too dumb to know what's good for them.

So to the good folks in Mississippi--get ready, because they are probably going to have another go at taking the state flag you want to keep away--and you can bet the farm that your gutless politicians won't help you unless you really hold their feet to the fire.

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Folks, Here’s Obama’s “Genuine” Birth Certificate--after two years of hiding it

Folks, Here’s Obama’s “Genuine” Birth Certificate--after two years of hiding it

By Al Benson Jr. and Daniel Benson

We’ve been reading for almost two years now about the fact that Obama was pointedly ignoring requests for a real birth certificate to be released. In fact he spent around $2 million making sure none of his records were released, right on down to Kindergarten.

WorldNet Daily made a big splash about the fact that you couldn’t find any information on this individual that currently resides in the Red (White) House and they even paid to put billboards up around the country asking pointedly “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” Others picked up on this and ran with it also. No response from our Marxist-in-Chief except an occasional sneer, which he’s pretty good at.

Then along came Donald Trump, supposedly running for president, probably as a RINO. He started complaining about Obama’s lack of a valid birth certificate, and lo and behold, Obama shoves one out this past week. Trump claims credit for getting one posted when no one else could.

However, looking at the Great One’s new “authentic” birth certificate, it seems that there are some problems with it. For instance, line 9 on the certificate lists Obama’s father’s race as “African.” Slightly ambiguous. What about white folks born in Africa? Aren’t they Africans too. If they and their families have lived in Africa then they should qualify as African also. Besides, in 1961, when this new, “genuine” birth certificate was supposed to have been issued they would have used the term Negro or black instead of African.

On line 7, his birthplace is listed as Honolulu, Hawaii. Back in 1961 they listed the particular island you were born on, which was Oahu. Other birth certificates issued around the same time list Oahu as the birthplace, not Hawaii.

The Dept. of Health number on his birth certificate is a higher number than that on the birth certificate of children born the day after he was. These numbers are issued sequentially, so his number should have been lower, not higher.

We’ve read several comments from folks who work with photography and several claim his birth certificate has been “photo shopped” a process whereby date is erased from a document and other material added on via a transparency and the whole thing is then photographed over again with the new information showing up instead of the old. Different sources gave us about fifteen different things wrong with this new “genuine” Obama birth certificate.

The conclusion, overall, is that Obama has done nothing to quell the fuss over his birth certificate. Rather he’s added fuel to the fire. That, plus the fact that it wasn’t very well done. Federal forgers should have been able to do a much better job than whoever churned out this piece of work.

But now the liberal media can assure us that we have what we wanted and that it was all much ado about nothing. Either the media and the president think the American people are totally stupid, or there was some other reason for this “genuine” birth certificate to appear when it did. Is its timely appearance really timely, or is it a sort of subtle attention-getter?

Is it possible that all the fuss over the birth certificate, pro and con, right now is a device to cover up something else the administration might be wanting to slip in, under the radar, so to speak?

Last week we read an article posted on that mentioned the possibility of Donald Trump being connected to Obama’s puppeteer, George Soros. In part, the article stated: “In December 2001 the New York Post mentioned a private party hosted by Roubini and Oliver Stone, George Soros and Donald Trump.” Recently when Glenn Beck asked Trump about George Soros, Trump replied “Forget Soros. Leave him alone. He’s got enough problems…let’s talk about somebody else, sweetheart.”

Yet now, along comes Trump and Obama practically jumps out of his skin to get a “genuine” birth certificate out there for the gullible public. Baby, something smells rotten--and it ain’t in Denmark. Trump, Soros, Obama--we’ve got a hunch something is going on that the American people need to be aware of and are not looking for, thanks to all the hoopla about the birth certificate.