Tuesday, 10 December 2013

] This is Funny - Forget the death glare: Check out what furious FLOTUS did to Obama [pics]



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Forget the death glare: Check out what furious FLOTUS did to Obama [pics]

Oh, this is just tooooooooooooo good…..

What a disgrace these two are…….wish they'd take up residence in some other country….now

http://twitchy.com/2013/12/10/forget-the-death-glare-check-out-what-furious-flotus-did-to-obama-pics/

 

 

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Re: Troops forced to rely on welfare, holiday charity

Wal-Mart provided the $2 million to http://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.pnghelp fill the grocery bags.

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Troops forced to rely on welfare, holiday charity

Families receive bags of fixings for meals

By Meredith Somers

-

The Washington Times

Monday, December 9, 2013

Jamie Boling and her husband, Joseph, know that providing for a military familyhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/lb_icon1.png can be trying — waiting for orders, often living on a single income, and, in especially tough cases, supporting a spouse wounded in the line of duty.

Around the holidays, the challenges — especially the financial ones — can tax families already struggling to make ends meet.

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a nonprofit D.C.-based think tank, estimates that as many as 340,000 veterans rely on federal or state rental assistance. About 900,000 veterans live on food stamps, and an additional 5,000 active-duty service members are food stamp recipients.

The nonprofit groups Operation Homefront and Fisher House Foundation stepped in Monday to provide the Bolings and about 300 other military families in the D.C. area with grocery bags filled with the fixings for a holiday meal.

"My husband medically retired in October, and it's a big transition to go from active duty to medical retirement," said Mrs. Boling, 29, of Gaithersburg. "It gets hard around this time of year. My husband is making about 30 percent of what he used to be making. You have to start stretching dollars. This literally puts food on the table."

Families received a bag of disposable plates, silverware, cups and napkins, as well as a bag of canned goods and a bag of dry goods, such as instant potatoes, pie crust and cornbread mix. They were also given Wal-Mart gift cards along with vouchers for turkeys and produce at the store.

"The No. 1 request we hear is for assistance with food and to ensure children have a Christmas to remember," said Vivian Dietrich, executive director of the D.C. area branch of Operation Homefront. "Families want to ensure their children have pleasant holidays."

Wal-Mart provided the $2 million to helphttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png fill the grocery bags. The donation is part of a pledge by the big-box retailer to donate $20 million to veterans and their families by 2015.

Ms. Dietrich explained that in an expensive city to live in like the District, military families often face the challenge of balancing a food bill with other necessities.

Jennifer Allred said her husband is in the Army and the two of them live in Alexandria with six children, ages 4 to 13.

"We can't not get gas," Mrs. Allred, 34, said. So when it comes to cutting back, "the first thing to go is the fresh stuff."

An average month of grocery shopping can cost upward of $800, Mrs. Allred said, and around the holidays, she and her husband have to figure out how to balance doctor'shttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png appointments and food bills with Christmas wish lists.

"Stuff like this helps to supplement," she said. "It makes it much easier. Families like ours get lost between the cracks."

While the Congressional Budget Office a decade ago estimated that the total benefits and pay compensation package earned by the average active-duty service member was $99,000, basic pay for a soldier starts at $18,194 annually — below the $23,550 federal poverty line for a family of four.

Political battles have made the situation even more unsettling.

For the first time in 30 years, amid budget pressures from the sequester and an ongoing financial downturn, Congress and the military are considering changes that could cut soldiers' retirement benefits.

And President Obama has suggested the possibility of paring back annual military pay raises, from 1.8 percent to 1 percent.

Vivian Greentree, director of researchhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png and policy for the advocacy group Blue Star Families, said the developments could seriously impact the finances of soldiers and their loved ones.

"We know military families face unique financial concerns that come with the military lifestyle," she said. "For the thousands of military families living in poverty, the impact of frequent moves and cuts to military family programming or service member compensation will be felt even more keenly."

Joyce Wessel Raezer, executive director of the National Military Family Association, said some join the service hoping to escape financial pressures.

"Quite a few people now who are coming in to the military are married, have a childhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/lb_icon1.png or two. They may have been unemployed on the civilian side and maybe have wracked up debt. And so they're looking at the military for an opportunity," she said.

"That entry-level military pay isn't geared for a family. It's more for that 18-year-old high school graduate," Ms. Raezer said.

She said that according to the Department of Defense the military spouse unemployment rate is at 26 percent, and many military spouses who are employed are under employed.

"In some ways, military families are like every other American family," Ms. Raezer said. "In some ways military families are better off. There is military pay and allowances, things like subsidized child care and commissaries with savings on groceries. But the military does some things that put families' financeshttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png at risk that many civilian employers don't do."

Among those things is asking them to move with little notice.

Cody and Lauren Mohr are awaiting just such an order.

The Mohrs are the parents of three children younger than 7 and recently received word they would be moving across the country. But as the weeks went by, the family realized they would be in Maryland for the holiday and faced planning a last-minute Christmas.

They said the meal donation Monday would help tie their family over until Airman 1st Class Mohr received his orders to move to a new Air Force base in northern California.

"This program helps us immensely," Airman Mohr, 27, said.

Mrs. Mohr, 26, pointed out that her husband was 25 when he joined the Air Force and that many people his rank either are just married or have only one child.

"For us this helps so much," she said.

• Kristina Wong contributed to this report.



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Fwd: [New post] Obama Funeral Selfies?





Brent P. posted: "     I don't normally take selfies at Memorial Services. How about you? But, apparently, our president does. CNN reported: (CNN) - In the year of the selfie, even three world leaders can get away with the relatively new phenomenon–and at a mem"

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    I don't normally take selfies at Memorial Services. How about you? But, apparently, our president does. CNN reported: (CNN) - In the year of the selfie, even three world leaders can get away with the relatively new phenomenon–and at a memorial service, no less. At an event Tuesday marking the passing of Nelson […]

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Fwd: [New post] Colorado man’s dog got signed up for Obamacare




Dr. Eowyn posted: "The laughing-stock called Obamacare continues. A Colorado man, Shane Smith, tried to sign up for Obamacare because his old health plan got cancelled. But his dog Baxter was signed up instead. Shane Smith and Baxter Kent Erdahl reports for Fox31 Denve"
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The laughing-stock called Obamacare continues.

A Colorado man, Shane Smith, tried to sign up for Obamacare because his old health plan got cancelled. But his dog Baxter was signed up instead.

Shane Smith and BaxterShane Smith and Baxter

Kent Erdahl reports for Fox31 Denver, Nov. 15, 2013, that Shane Smith, of Fort Collins, says his dog Baxter received a letter informing him that a health insurance account had been opened in his name through Colorado's Obamacare exchange, Connect for Health Colorado.

"I thought, 'Wow, this is so awesome,'" Smith said with a laugh. "They have gone out of their way to insure my 14-year-old Yorkie."

Smith had called Connect for Health Colorado to sign himself up for insurance because his old plan was cancelled due to Obamacare.

He's not sure exactly how the confirmation letter went to his dog, but he says he thinks it's because of a series of security questions a representative asked him over the phone. "There was some kind of code or something, so I gave them my dog's name," Smith said. "They must have just put it in the wrong slot or something. It was pretty funny. Typical Obamacare, that they would insure your dog by mistake. 

Smith says he was able to call and correct the mistake fairly quickly -- at least he thinks so. But "There's been a lot of headaches that's come from all of this. All the phone calls. All the nonsense. They ended up giving me good coverage I think, but who knows if they're going to take it away. As long as Baxter's covered that's all the counts."

Connect for Health Colorado couldn't comment on the specific letter sent to Baxter, but a spokesperson did release this statement: "In general, our letters to customers are generated according to information that is provided by the customer into the system either online or over the phone. In other words, our system does not make up a name when generating a letter. As with any new system, mistakes are possible and when notified by customers, we work quickly to resolve the situation."

Blah. Blah. Blah.

If they can't even get the signing up right, imagine how the bureaucrats will administer Obamacare itself. This bureaucratic maze should give anyone pause:

Obamacare bureaucratic maze

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Fwd: [New post] 25 Ways To Know If You Are A True Floridian…





Steve posted: " 1. Socks are only for bowling.  2. You never use an umbrella because the rain will be over in five minutes.  3. A good parking place has nothing to do with distance from the store, but everything to do with shade.  4. Your winter coat is made of deni"
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1. Socks are only for bowling. 
2. You never use an umbrella because the rain will be over in five minutes. 
3. A good parking place has nothing to do with distance from the store, but everything to do with shade. 
4. Your winter coat is made of denim. 
5. You can tell the difference between fire ant bites and mosquito bites. 
6. You're younger than thirty but some of your friends are over 65. 
7. Anything under 70 degrees is chilly. 
8. You've driven through Yeehaw Junction.
9. You know that no other grocery store can compare to Publix
10. You know that anything under a Category 3 just isn't worth waking up for. 
11. You dread love bug season. 
12. You are on a first name basis with the hurricane list. They aren't Hurricane Charley or Hurricane Frances. You know them as Andrew, Charley, Frances, Ivan, Jeanne, Wilma, Irene, Cheryl, Rita, Mary, Alison 
13. You know what a snowbird is and when they'll leave.
14. You think a six-foot alligator is actually pretty average. 
15. 'Down South' means Key West.
16. Flip-flops are everyday wear. Shoes are for business meetings and church, but you HAVE worn flip flops to church before. 
17. You have a drawer full of bathing suits, and one sweatshirt. 
18. You get annoyed at the tourists who feed seagulls. 
19. A mountain is any hill 100 feet above sea level. 
20. You know the four seasons really are: hurricane season, love bug season, tourist season and summer. 
21. You've hosted a hurricane party.
22. You can pronounce Okeechobee, Kissimmee , Withlacoochee , Thonotosassa and Micanopy. 
23. You understand why it's better to have a friend with a boat, than have a boat yourself. 
24. You've worn shorts and used the A/C on Christmas and New Years. 
25. You recognize Miami-Dade as 'Northern Cuba.'

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Fwd: Troops forced to rely on welfare, holiday charity






 

Troops forced to rely on welfare, holiday charity

Families receive bags of fixings for meals

By Meredith Somers

-

The Washington Times

Monday, December 9, 2013

Jamie Boling and her husband, Joseph, know that providing for a military family can be trying — waiting for orders, often living on a single income, and, in especially tough cases, supporting a spouse wounded in the line of duty.

Around the holidays, the challenges — especially the financial ones — can tax families already struggling to make ends meet.

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a nonprofit D.C.-based think tank, estimates that as many as 340,000 veterans rely on federal or state rental assistance. About 900,000 veterans live on food stamps, and an additional 5,000 active-duty service members are food stamp recipients.

The nonprofit groups Operation Homefront and Fisher House Foundation stepped in Monday to provide the Bolings and about 300 other military families in the D.C. area with grocery bags filled with the fixings for a holiday meal.

"My husband medically retired in October, and it's a big transition to go from active duty to medical retirement," said Mrs. Boling, 29, of Gaithersburg. "It gets hard around this time of year. My husband is making about 30 percent of what he used to be making. You have to start stretching dollars. This literally puts food on the table."

Families received a bag of disposable plates, silverware, cups and napkins, as well as a bag of canned goods and a bag of dry goods, such as instant potatoes, pie crust and cornbread mix. They were also given Wal-Mart gift cards along with vouchers for turkeys and produce at the store.

"The No. 1 request we hear is for assistance with food and to ensure children have a Christmas to remember," said Vivian Dietrich, executive director of the D.C. area branch of Operation Homefront. "Families want to ensure their children have pleasant holidays."

Wal-Mart provided the $2 million to help fill the grocery bags. The donation is part of a pledge by the big-box retailer to donate $20 million to veterans and their families by 2015.

Ms. Dietrich explained that in an expensive city to live in like the District, military families often face the challenge of balancing a food bill with other necessities.

Jennifer Allred said her husband is in the Army and the two of them live in Alexandria with six children, ages 4 to 13.

"We can't not get gas," Mrs. Allred, 34, said. So when it comes to cutting back, "the first thing to go is the fresh stuff."

An average month of grocery shopping can cost upward of $800, Mrs. Allred said, and around the holidays, she and her husband have to figure out how to balance doctor's appointments and food bills with Christmas wish lists.

"Stuff like this helps to supplement," she said. "It makes it much easier. Families like ours get lost between the cracks."

While the Congressional Budget Office a decade ago estimated that the total benefits and pay compensation package earned by the average active-duty service member was $99,000, basic pay for a soldier starts at $18,194 annually — below the $23,550 federal poverty line for a family of four.

Political battles have made the situation even more unsettling.

For the first time in 30 years, amid budget pressures from the sequester and an ongoing financial downturn, Congress and the military are considering changes that could cut soldiers' retirement benefits.

And President Obama has suggested the possibility of paring back annual military pay raises, from 1.8 percent to 1 percent.

Vivian Greentree, director of research and policy for the advocacy group Blue Star Families, said the developments could seriously impact the finances of soldiers and their loved ones.

"We know military families face unique financial concerns that come with the military lifestyle," she said. "For the thousands of military families living in poverty, the impact of frequent moves and cuts to military family programming or service member compensation will be felt even more keenly."

Joyce Wessel Raezer, executive director of the National Military Family Association, said some join the service hoping to escape financial pressures.

"Quite a few people now who are coming in to the military are married, have a child or two. They may have been unemployed on the civilian side and maybe have wracked up debt. And so they're looking at the military for an opportunity," she said.

"That entry-level military pay isn't geared for a family. It's more for that 18-year-old high school graduate," Ms. Raezer said.

She said that according to the Department of Defense the military spouse unemployment rate is at 26 percent, and many military spouses who are employed are under employed.

"In some ways, military families are like every other American family," Ms. Raezer said. "In some ways military families are better off. There is military pay and allowances, things like subsidized child care and commissaries with savings on groceries. But the military does some things that put families' finances at risk that many civilian employers don't do."

Among those things is asking them to move with little notice.

Cody and Lauren Mohr are awaiting just such an order.

The Mohrs are the parents of three children younger than 7 and recently received word they would be moving across the country. But as the weeks went by, the family realized they would be in Maryland for the holiday and faced planning a last-minute Christmas.

They said the meal donation Monday would help tie their family over until Airman 1st Class Mohr received his orders to move to a new Air Force base in northern California.

"This program helps us immensely," Airman Mohr, 27, said.

Mrs. Mohr, 26, pointed out that her husband was 25 when he joined the Air Force and that many people his rank either are just married or have only one child.

"For us this helps so much," she said.

• Kristina Wong contributed to this report.



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Fwd: Obama, Integrity, and Iran








December 10, 2013

Obama, Integrity, and Iran

By Shoula Romano Horing

The latest CNN poll released on November 23 showed that 53 percent of American voters said President Obama is not honest and trustworthy. Similarly, U.S. allies like Israel and the Persian Gulf states are questioning Obama's integrity after discovering that for the last three years he has been deceiving them by keeping them in the dark about his secret efforts to realign the U.S. with the Iranian-led Axis of Evil.

When he visited Israel as president for the first time in March, he reassured the Israelis that there is "no daylight between the US and Israel", and he has "Israel's back" but in reality his administration has held secret negotiations for the last three years in Oman with Iran without Israel's knowledge. The Iranian and American contacts have included a series of U.S.-Iran prisoner releases beginning as early as September 2010. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was first informed about these negotiations when he visited the White House on September 30th, 2013. But it seems he was misled in that visit as to how close a deal was to fruition, and how bad the deal would be for Israel and beneficial to Iran.

Obama treated Israel like Chamberlain treated Czechoslovakia during his meeting with Hitler in 1938. He discussed an issue with Iran which strongly impacts Israel's survival without informing, consulting with, or taking into consideration its concerns.

In September, Obama said in his speech to the UN General Assembly that the U.S. is determined to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon. But in reality, the U.S. has already conceded in the Geneva agreement that Iran is going to end up with the right to enrich and after the permanent agreement expires in few years Iran will be able to run as many centrifuges as it chooses without international monitoring.

The text of the interim agreement states that a permanent final deal will "involve a mutually defined enrichment program with mutually agreed parameters" and "will have a specified long term duration to be agreed upon" for nuclear monitoring. Moreover, in his UN speech the American president stated that the U.S. insists that "the Iranian government meet its responsibilities under the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty and UN Security Council resolutions", but in reality all the UN resolutions and International Atomic Energy Agency directives called for the complete halt of uranium enrichment and unconditional compliance with nuclear inspections, not for freezing it or slowing it down.

In September, Obama announced in his UN speech that he had directed John Kerry to pursue a diplomatic solution with the Iranian government because of the results of the Iranian election in May of this year that elected "moderate" President Rouhani. But in reality, Obama started the negotiations while Ahmadinejad, who denied the Holocaust and was committed 'to wiping Israel off the map", was still the president. Khamenei who has called Israel a "cancerous tumor which must be uprooted from the region" has been the ultimate and only authority in Iran controlling both presidents.

Obama further told us that Israel and the U.S. agree on the same goal concerning Iran but in reality the U.S. decided on a different strategic goal than Israel and its Persian Gulf allies. The Geneva deal makes it clear what policy Obama has long been pursuing in the Middle East since his 2008 election. Obama is seeking not the dismantling of Iran's nuclear program but a strategic realignment in the Middle East with the goal of upgrading Iran as a U.S. ally while downgrading Israel and Saudi Arabia.

It seems every move Obama has made in the last few months has been calculated to keep the Iranians at the negotiating table. He made the decision not to attack Assad for murdering his own people with chemical weapons, not because of the anti-war sentiments of Congress and the American public, as he claimed, but because he feared that targeting an Iranian proxy might anger his negotiating partner.

Furthermore, he never intended to attack Assad but needed to play the game to save face internationally after setting his own red line.

For the last two years, he has exaggerated the power of al-Qaeda elements in Syria rebel units in order to renege on his promise to his traditional Sunni allies like Saudi Arabia to assist the rebels with weapons in an effort to placate Iran by not helping to topple Assad.

But much worse, Obama has, after every military strike on convoys carrying strategic weapons from Syria to Hizb'allah, leaked to the press that Israel was responsible for it. Again, Obama decided to leak the information to show Iran that he can betray Israel's confidences with total disregard to the fact that such information might have compelled Assad and Hizb'allah to retaliate.

Despite the fact that the day before the negotiations' resumed in Geneva , Khamenei called Israel a "rabid dog" that must be "annihilated", the Obama administration refused to condemn Khamenei and rushed on to conclude the deal.

Now, at last, we can understand why Obama, as the newly-elected leader of the free world, ignored the crying pleas for American support from millions of Iranian protesters during the 2009 mass demonstrations following the country's stolen presidential election.

It seems that normalizing relations with radical Muslim Iran has long been a top foreign policy goal for Obama, even if Israel and its other Sunni allies will have to be sacrificed in the process.

Shoula Romano Horing is an attorney. Her blog: www.shoularomanohoring.com


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