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94 years of age Sarah Obama (Barack Obama’s step-grandmother) was recently (Nov, 2014) in New York City at the United Nations and on the radio in Rhode Island.

Sarah Obama (94 years of age) was recently present at the United Nations in New York City on November 19th, 2014 for the Pioneer Awards – Woman’s Entrepreneurship Day 2014.   She was accompanied by her translator Debra Akello who is also the Executive Director of the Mama Sarah Obama Foundation.

Sarah Obama (and her translator) was also a guest on the Rhode Island NPR (National Public Radio) 88.1FM, 91.5FM, 102.7FM on or about November 22nd (or 21st?), 2014:

Sarah Obama also visited Washington, DC  this month and may have (?) meet with her grandson Barack Obama at the White House.

Its appears that Sarah Obama may have left the United States yesterday (Nov. 25th, 2014).

It should also be noted that her translator Debra Akello (who is also the Executive Director of the Mama Sarah Obama Foundation) is a Luo-speaking Kenyan who now lives in California.

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Obama, His Roots from Kenya

Obama His Roots from Kenya pictureMore than 3 years ago someone asked me where I found the adjacent picture.  I receive a lot of questions and I usually don’t get all of them answered.

This is, as far as I know, an authentic picture which has not been altered.  I never really considered the picture to be very significant and I don’t see how the picture helps to prove that Obama was born in Kenya.

Even if Obama weren’t born in Kenya he would still have roots from Kenya.

In any event, the picture can be found at Nomadicnotes.com in article published on November 12th, 2008 by James Clark:

World Travel Market – London 2008

Below the picture there is caption which reads:

[The Kenyan Tourist Board have wasted no time in promoting the Obama/Kenya connection.]

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Nov. 23rd, 2014: Rand Paul’s Declaration of War, United States vs Islamic State (pdf). 113th Congress, 2D Session.

Rand Paul’s Declaration of War, United States vs Islamic State (PDF), 113th Congress, 2D Session. by Lucas Daniel Smith

If Scribd.com pulls, or modifies (they do that), the above embedded document you can also access it here at WOBIK:

Rand Paul’s Declaration of War, United States vs Islamic State (pdf)

I don’t think that US Senator (R-KY) Rand Paul really and truly supports any war at the moment. However, he does advocate the US Constitution which says that we CAN’T go to war without a Declaration of War from US Congress.

Rand Paul is NOT one of those exceedingly worthless reprobates in Congress who gave George Bush a free pass for the same things that Barack Obama is now being criticized for.

Rand Paul was a doctor (ophthalmologist) before becoming a US Senator in January, 2011.

He became active in politics and founded Kentucky Taxpayers United in 1993 (although Wikipedia says 1994):

He’s also been involved in many of his father’s (Ron Paul, who is also a doctor) political campaigns including his father’s bid for US President in 1988, 2008, 2012 and even as far back as his father’s challenge to Republican US Senator Phil Gramm in 1984 (while Rand was still a student at Baylor University in Texas).

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2016: Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush?

Ron Paul Rand Paul 2016Who will be US President in 2016?

I’m not really and truly sure.

Today is November 23rd 2014, the election is still two (2) years down the road, and I don’t know of any way to tenably predict an election which is still so far away.

I’m a 34 years of age white American who has been called, and perceived as, a n-word-lover (not white enough for empty-headed crackers) his entire life.  Throughout the last 34 years I’ve ascertained that many white Americans (regardless of class and intelligence levels) are largely pea-brained in some ways. In any event, here is my estimate:

As I’ve stated in the foregoing, many white-Americans are largely pea-brained in some ways so there’s probably really no chance for any other political parties aside from Democrat and Republican in 2016.

If there’s to be a Democrat in the White House in 2016 her name will be Hillary Clinton.   However, if for some reason it’s not physically possible for her to run for 2016 (e.g., death, illness or severe mental disability) then there might be room for US Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).

Why Hillary Clinton?  Because, that’s just that way it is.

If there’s to be a Republican in the White House in 2016 his name will either be Jeb Bush or Rand Paul.

Why Jeb Bush and Rand Paul?

Jeb Bush:

First let me state that I would never support Jeb Bush for President (2016 or any other year).  He’s an exceedingly worthless reprobate but, unfortunately, he probably has an exceedingly solid chance at winning the election for 2016.  Aside from the obvious, e.g., he’s member to the Bush dynasty, the following are listed in support of my conclusion:

1.   Jeb Bush understands and speaks the Spanish language: 

It should be noted that I believe that President Jimmy Carter spoke Spanish.  I also think that President George W. Bush could sort of speak Spanish.  I’ve also heard that Newt Gingrich has tried, somewhat without success, to learn Spanish.

2.  Jeb Bush is married (since 1974) to a Mexican woman. Her name is Columba Garnica Gallo Bush and she was born and raised in Mexico.  They have three (3) children together.

3.  Jeb Bush’s secret weapon: Latino Bush.  Who is Latino Bush?  Answer: his son, George Prescott Bush.

His son was born in Houston, Texas in 1976.  He’s an attorney, U.S. Navy Reserve Officer and a politician (he’s also real estate investor).

He studied at Rice University and earned his Juris Doctordegree from the University of Texas School of Law (2003).

In 2014, he was elected Texas Land Commissioner.

Rand Paul:

I support Rand Paul for President 2016.  I’d prefer his father, Ron Paul, for 2016 but I don’t believe that his father will run this time.

Rand Paul appears to advocate many of the beliefs that his father holds.  From what I’ve been able to ascertain, Ron Paul is the only (aside from PERHAPS his son Rand Paul) contemporary (yes, I know, he retired in Jan. 2013, but you know what I mean) member of US Congress who has not been bought and who does advocate the US Constitution.

There was a time when I looked up to US Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) but those days are gone.  I am grateful for his help (I’ve written to him for approximately 13 years now) in the past but a few years ago I ascertained (and even more so after he advocated Joni Ernst, R-IA, for US Senate in November, 2014) that he was bought long ago.

In any event, there’s just too much to write, and (unfortunately) too little time for me to do so at the moment, for me to adequately tell readers more about Rand Paul (and his father Ron Paul) here in this report.

I suggest reading more about US Senator (R-KY) Rand Paul and also his father Ron Raul who has served as a US Congressman (R-TX) on three (3) separate occasions beginning in 1976 and ending in 2013.

It should also be noted that Ron Paul (Rand’s father) is a physician and has been a Republican Party presidential candidate twice (2008 & 2012) and also the presidential nominee of the Libertarian Party for US President 1988.

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How Ron Paul Was Cheated Out Of Presidency

Paul Ryan is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Mitt Romney is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Rick Perry is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Jeb Bush is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Chris Christie is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Marco Rubio is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Ted Cruz is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Michele Bachmann is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Sarah Palin is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

John McCain is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Newt Gingrich is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Mike Huckabee is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Rick Santorum is an exceedingly worthless reprobate.

Here are just a few of my views (not listed in order of significance) as a Republican:

1.  Gays should be able get married

2.  A woman’s body is hers to do what she want’s with, including abortion  (I know, Ron Paul and I don’t agree on this)

3.  Prostitution should be legal

4.  Drugs (e.g., cocaine and heroine) should be legal

5.  Stop using the labels such as ‘terrorist’ and ‘enemy combatant’ (and I wouldn’t mind getting rid of the word ‘actually’)

6.  Close, and release all inmates at, the Guantanamo Bay prison.

7.   Pay all inmates (past and present), who were held at the Guantanamo Bay prison, a financial compensation. Compensation should be calculated by the day (e.g., 2 million dollars a day).

8.   End (entirely) all current conflicts/wars which the US Government is involved in

9.   Implement wind power and solar power

10.   Scarp (entirely and categorically) the Internal Revenue Code and all other federal tax statutes

11.  Rand Paul is not his father (Ron Paul) but maybe, for many reasons, we should give him an opportunity to see if he can implement some of what his father advocates.   The only thing better, in my opinion, would be Ron Paul himself for 2016.

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Plane Crash (Dec. 11, 2013) which purportedly resulted in the subsequent death of Loretta Fuddy (Director of the Hawaii Department of Health) was recorded with a GoPro camera?

Today I learned that a passenger named Ferdinand Puentes who was aboard the airplane that crashed into the Pacific Ocean in Hawaii, which purportedly resulted in the subsequent death of Loretta Fuddy (Director of the Hawaii Department of Health), was able to capture the entire event (from the inside and then the outside after passengers got out into the water) with a GoPro camera.

Yes, I know (or at least I know now) that this is ‘old news’ and that others (e.g., The Birther Report) have already reported on this video.  In any event, I want to make a record of the video here at the WOBIK blog.

The airplane is reported to have been a Cessna 208 Caravan.  It crashed on December 11th, 2013 off of the north coast of Molokai Island which is part of the Hawaiin archipelago.

I’ve never seen the above embedded video until today.   It appears that the passengers all remained relatively calm (very calm, in my opinion) during the crash and also as they climbed into the water and looked for anything available to grab onto to stay afloat.

There appears to be no signs of panic.

Loretta Fuddy was also the Mayor of Kalawao County (located on Molokai Island) from 2011 until her death. Apparently, under Hawaii state law, the Director of the Hawaii Department of Health, who is appointed by the Governor of Hawaii, simultaneously serves as the Mayor of  Kalawao County while in office.

Fuddy was born on April 12, 1948.

Her funeral was held at the Co-Cathedral of Saint Theresa of the Child Jesus in Honolulu on December 21, 2013.  The following, among others, attended her funeral:

a.   Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie.

b.   Hawaii State Senator (not a US Senator) Michelle Kidani.

c.   Hawaii State Senator (not a US Senator) Suzanne Chun Oakland.

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Is Party Disloyalty a bad thing?

That’s the name of the JBS Weekly Member Update which I received on Sept. 22nd, 2014.

Is Party Disloyalty a bad thing John Birch Society September 2014 John Boehner RepublicanI sometimes read some of the stuff published by The John Birch Society (JBS).  Their Is Party Disloyalty a Bad Thing caught my attention.

In the featured article JBS links to the following report:

Townhall.com (Sept. 19th, 2014): Report: GOP Leadership Considering Rules To Punish Party Disloyalty

In the Townhall report they link to following report:

National Journal (Sept. 19th, 2014): Possible Rules Change Could Punish Boehner Dissidents

It appears that this is a concrete proposal, not just some informal discussion, and if adopted it will mean that any Republicans who vote (on the House floor in January 2015) against the Republican Conference’s nominee for House Speaker (the candidate chosen by a majority of the House Republican Party during its closed-door leadership elections in November 2014) they will be severely punished. Punishment for “dissenters” (what a word for it) includes, though is not limited to, being stripped of all committee assignments for that Congress.

Did the current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, John Boehner (R-OH), have anything to do with the creation of this proposal?  According to the National Journal (linked in the foregoing):

“It’s unclear the degree to which leadership is involved with pushing the proposal. According to Republicans close to the situation, the plan was not authored by or circulated within Boehner’s team. Instead, they say, the speaker’s allies in the rank-and-file are promoting the idea as a way to avoid another awkward display of intra-party rivalry at the start of the 114th Congress. Still, it’s difficult to imagine Boehner’s friends moving forward with such a drastic plan without his approval, if not support.”

My thoughts, very brief, are provided below:

1.

       Members of US Congress should be allowed to vote freely and without fear of reprisal and/or punishment.

2.

       Adopting a policy which allows the US Government to punishing someone (Congressman/woman or normal citizen) for their vote (including a vote for House Speaker) would be an exceedingly unwise, reckless and thoroughly inadvisable precedent to set.

Where would it end?

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The United Nations wants your vote.

United Nations vote My World 2015 a

I didn’t visit the website (http://vote.myworld2015.org/), all I did was open my Mozilla Firefox internet browser and got directed automatically.

It appears that the United Nations wants to know what you want and is asking you to vote on the following:

Political Freedoms

Phone and Internet Access

Better Healthcare

Protecting Forests, Rivers and Oceans

Better Transport and Roads

Protection Against Crime and Violence

Freedom from Discrimination and Persecution

Better Job Opportunities

Action Taken on Climate Change

Support for People Who Can’t Work

Reliable Energy at Home

An Honest and Responsive Government

A Good Education

Equality Between Men and Women

Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

Affordable and Nutritious Food

What is your (i.e., the readers’) take on this vote which is requested from the United Nations?

I recently listened to a radio show in which the host sort of advocated the creation of some sort of new law (there is no proposed bill that I am aware of) which would allow US citizens to vote in state and federal elections (including the vote for President) only if their education includes political science, sociology and economics.

I’m not sure that he was proposing that you would need a 4 year degree (or the equivalent of) but I think something more like a test you’d have to pass which would indicate if you were, or weren’t, going to be permitted to vote.

The host also indicated that the ‘elites’ (no names, but point taken) tend to advocate laws which are advantageous and beneficial to those citizens who live in cites (as opposed to rural areas) and that those citizens who live in cities often were proponents or supporters of the laws proposed by the ‘elites’ (no names, but point taken).

In conclusion, the radio host indicated that he believes that the ‘elites’ should, every so often yet on a regular schedule:

a.

   Create a number of proposed laws and offer the said proposed laws (a number of options) to the citizens and have them (provided that the citizens are qualified to vote) pick the ones that they like.

b.

        Select a number of candidates for state and federal government offices and offer them to the citizens and have them (provided that the citizens are qualified to vote) pick the ones that they like

When I saw the United Nations asking for my vote today it made me remember that radio show discussed in the foregoing.

Btw, speaking of Mozilla Firefox, what do you (i.e., the readers) think of the forced resignation (April, 2014) of Mozilla CEO (and co-founder) Brendan Eich for his refusal to support gay marriage and his $1,000 political donation (2008) to California Proposition 8 (i.e., Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California)

Myself, I don’t really care if gay people get married.  In my opinion there are much more important and significant things to contemplate, and goals to achieve, at the state and federal government levels than fighting over issues like who gets to marry and whether or not abortions should or shouldn’t be allowed (I really don’t care about women getting abortions either).

This is how I see the Brendan Eich story:

On one hand, Eich has the right to free speech and association and it seems like a corporation like Mozilla (and especially Mozilla) would stand up for those rights.

On the other hand, people who are opposed to things like gay marriage and abortion also tend to want to control, and dictate with legislation (or advocate such legislation), other areas of life which shouldn’t be prohibited and restrictively dictated by the government. Not exactly the type of guy you want running the internet or a corporation like Mozilla.

However, is it right for Mozilla to force their beliefs on the CEO?

Its a tough one.  How do you decide?

I’m not really and truly sure myself.

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9/11 – The Anatomy of a Great Deception (2014), film by David Hooper

If this film doesn’t convince you that 9/11 was an inside job then probably nothing will.

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