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Obama run away his own people
Category: BEYOND ILLUSION
Tags: Obama RunAway MidTermElection ApprovalRating Barometer Parsifal US YesWeCan


At the 4th of November will the so-called Midterm elections take place in the US, in the middle of the four-year term of office of the President.
Here, a third of the senators and the entire house of representatives is re-determined, as well as a part of the governors elected.
Also the parliaments of most of the States are new cast.
It is an important appointment and barometer, because it shows the mood in the country and what the population thinks of the work of the President.
According to the latest polls is the level of agreement (approval rating), the lowest in his term of office.


According to an ABC News/Washington Post poll taken last Wednesday was published that only 40 percent of Americans agree with the work of Obama.
The mood is so bad, most of the candidates of the Democrats do not want Obama to help them during the election campaign in their state, because they are afraid of a damage to the image.
Parsifal, October 21, 2014


On Sunday, Obama made one of these rare appearances in Maryland where he spoke in front of supporters of the candidate of the Democrats for the office of the Governor, Anthony Brown.
He droned out his usual list of fabricated economic data, what progress would have brought his term of office for the population.
This, the situation in the USA is very bad, with 46.6 million Americans life on food stamps, and 93 million who are not in work, the housing market is dead and economy just collapses.
From the gigantic national debt not to speak.


In the middle of his speech many in the audience stood up from their seats and have left the audience.

Obviously, they could listen no longer the Bullshit he mortised.
These are members of his own party !


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Even his former fans are sick over the empty saying 'Hope and Change' and finally remember, Obama is just as bad as the predecessor Bush, or even worse, in which he has only pursued the interests of the financial sharks on Wall Street and the defense industry.
What everything has Obama promised ?
After six years, the torture prison of Guantanamo Bay is still in operation,

the NSA spy on the whole world,

his killerdrones fly over various countries and at random murdering civilians,

he has ordered a new bombing war against Iraq and Syria,

the coup d'états as in Ukraine and the newly revived Cold War with sanctions and provocations against Russia, he also has to answer.
The Nobel peace prize winner has humanity brought again very close to a world war and the world economy pining away.
Great performance for the 'Angel Of Peace'.

To yet to confirm the embarrassment, in September, Obama visited on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly with his 'wife' Michelle the chic New York Restaurant Estela.
He wanted to pay the bill with his credit card which was rejected because locked.
The 'First Lady' has then stepped in and paid the dinner with her credit card.
Imagine the President of the United States is not creditworthy and can not pay.

Symptomatic for the condition of the whole country under his rule !

Whatever became of the German Obama Fanatics ?
I can remember, in July 2008 were fabulous 215.000 screaming and cheering Germans in Berlin at the Triumphal Column to hear the speech by then-presidential candidate Barack Obama and five million people watched him on television.
At that time I shook my head about this hysterical euphoria and thought how utterly stupid one must be to do that ?
To idolize a Nobody from America without track record, and Germans can not even elect !


Here's what I've written about Obama in 2008, as he not even was in office:
The hypnotic Obama Fans will suddenly realize that their star of hope was not more than a fast dying shooting star, a human marketing, a salesman for the next great product with new packaging and old content.
'Yes we can', are only the first three words of the longer sentence:
'Yes, we can continue to work, consume, pay taxes, zip it and obey'.

 

Oh, how about President Putin's Approval Rating ?

It hits all-time high at 87% in August 2014 (Gallup) short past the crash of the Malaysian Flight MH17.

This agreement of his policy in Russia is even higher as of John F. Kennedy in the US (April, 1961, 83%)

Aloha Tatiana, I hope this post will cheer your Birthday.

Happy Birthday and celebrate with laughter

Presidential bill to stamp out illegal political fundraising Tags: Election Law Politics Russia

A woman votes at a polling station during the elections. (RIA Novosti / Konstantin Chalabov)

A woman votes at a polling station during the elections. (RIA Novosti / Konstantin Chalabov)

A fresh Russian bill introduces fines for illegal sponsoring of political organizations and expands obligatory reporting on sources and spending on election campaigns for regional and municipal polls.

The bill has been initiated in accordance with recommendations of the Group of States Against Corruption – the major anti-corruption monitoring group associated with the Council of Europe. It is also supported by leading Russian MPs.

The amendments touch upon a number of existing laws and introduce several changes. For example, all parties would have to report on funds spent on regional and municipal elections and referendums. The norm already existed for federal level elections, but the new amendments lower the maximum amount of donation that does not require a report from the current 400,000 rubles to 200,000 rubles (US$5700-$11400).

The new bill also requires that candidates in federal polls report all transfers over 100,000 rubles ($2850) from their election funds. The current maximum allowed unreported payment in 200,000 rubles ($5700).

Parties that fail to report their financial transactions on time will be punished by fines – from 5,000 to 10,000 rubles ($140-$285) for first time offenders and from 10,000 to 30,000 rubles ($285 - $860) for repeated violation within one year.

Those responsible for illegal sponsorship of political groups will also be fined – private persons will have to pay 1,000–1,500 rubles ($28-$43) and legal entities – between 20 000 and 30 000 rubles ($570-$860).

Another new restriction is the ban on sponsorship of political parties and organizations via intermediaries.

Russian politicians and experts noted in comments that the new amendments can be used by the authorities to target smaller opposition parties, but they also acknowledged that the parliamentary majority United Russia party would also lose the opportunity to use its numerous support funds.

Business daily Kommersant quoted an unnamed source in United Russia as saying that such funds are often very independent organizations, especially in the provinces, and the changes would jeopardize their projects, including those in the social sphere.

The new bill will also put an end to the current ambiguity surrounding donations on political purposes via the internet. The method was pioneered by anti-corruption blogger Aleksey Navalny when he took part in the mayoral elections in Moscow last August – several people from his elections HQ made large donations for the campaign from their personal funds and asked other supporters to compensate them.

However, law enforcers have claimed that the enthusiasts collected much more money than they actually paid and never returned the margin to the original donors. In late May, three people, including a municipal deputy, were charged with violating the rules of financing an election campaign and a large-scale fraud committed by an organized group. If convicted, the suspects could face up to 10 years in prison.

Ron Paul on Obama’s foreign policy: ‘Disobey us and we will bomb you’ Tags: Election Obama Politics Syria USA Ukraine

Ron Paul on Obama’s foreign policy: ‘Disobey us and we will bomb you’Ron Paul (Reuters/Mark Makela)

Former White House hopeful and longtime lawmaker Ron Paul says United State President Barack Obama’s recent major foreign policy speech was a “disappointment” to anyone holding out for change from the current administration.

Responding to the president’s recent address at the US Military Academy at West Point, New York, the former congressman for Texas wrote on his website this week that Obama has refused to acknowledge any precedents concerning the impact of American interventionism, and instead plans on continuing a policy that attempts to extend Washington’s reach over the rest of the world, notwithstanding neither hypocrisy nor consequences.

Paul, a staunch anti-interventionist, was reflecting Sunday about the president’s remarks from late last month in which Obama applauded the idea of American exceptionalism and insisted that,“because of American diplomacy and foreign assistance, as well as the sacrifices of our military -- more people live under elected governments today than at any time in human history.”

“[W]hat makes us exceptional is not our ability to flout international norms and the rule of law; it is our willingness to affirm them through our actions,” Obama said at the military’s academy’s May 28 graduation ceremony.

Paul, however, said the Obama administration picks and chooses when and where to flout those norms and otherwise involve itself in foreign affairs.

“It’s funny he would mention elections. Last week the Syrians held their first multi-candidate presidential election in 50 years. Almost three-quarters of Syrian voters participated, giving President Assad 88 percent of the vote. After three years fighting a foreign-backed insurgency, voting conditions were not optimal. However, despite State Department claims to the contrary, it can no longer be stated that Assad enjoys no popularity in his country,” he wrote in an op-edpublished Sunday on the website for the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity. “But the US government completely rejected the vote in Syria, with Secretary of State John Kerry calling it ‘a great big zero," because, as he put it, ‘you can't have an election where millions of your people don't even have an ability to vote.’”

Indeed, voters were only allowed to cast ballots during the recent Syrian election in locations controlled by Assad’s government. The election marked the first one in four decades to include the name of a candidate not in the Assad family, but the incumbent’s opponents were approved by his administration and consisted of two challengers largely unheard of until now.

Likewise, Paul added, the Obama administration condemned a recent referendum in Crimea as “illegal” yet endorsed the overthrow of Ukraine’s then-president, Viktor Yanukovich, only weeks earlier. “For Washington, it was ‘illegal’ for Crimea to vote to secede from Ukraine, but it was not illegal for a mob in the street to overthrow an elected government in Kiev,” he wrote.

“President Obama spoke at length about the US role in promoting democracy around the world, but why does it seem that the US government only recognizes elections as free and fair when the US-favored candidate wins?” asked Paul, who challenged Obama in both the 2004 and 2008 US presidential elections.

“There is much to disappoint in Obama’s big foreign policy speech. It represents a continuation of the policy of ‘do what we say and we will subsidize you, disobey us and we will bomb you.’ That approach is a failure, but the neocons who back it show no sign of falling out of favor,” added Paul.

The former congressman’s latest remarks come on the heels of other recent editorials that have challenged the Obama administration’s handling of foreign affairs. In an op-ed published in March, Paul said that White House-endorsed efforts launched as “democracy spreading” endeavors have instead simply support regime changes beneficial to the White House.

“It isn’t democracy to send in the NGOs to re-write laws and the constitution in places like Ukraine. It is none of our business,” he wrote.

“Why does the US care which flag will be hoisted on a small piece of land thousands of miles away?” he asked earlier amid the crisis in Crimea. “Where were these people when an election held in an Iraq occupied by US troops was called a ‘triumph of democracy’?” he asked.

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