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Posted on 09/29/2011 6:54:41 AM PDT by blueyon
Obamas Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett: The Point of Government Is to Give People a Livelihood so They Can Provide for Their Families (With Video)
think we need a campaign of mailing constitutions to these dopes.
Now imagine we had a a free and fair press not the wishy washy pro homosexual pro cross dressing liberal biased corrupt media we do have now
Mama Jarrett out front deflecting Odumbo criticisms.
That is idiocy. Plain and total idiocy. No wonder we are in such a financial mess. With folks like this running the show, failure is the only possible outcome. Apparently she never took a civics class in her entire life................
Another sign that the Regime is stuck on stupid. No wonder they are in the free fall they are in.
This is like saying that businesses exist to pay taxes.
What a meathead.
This statement does not make any sense.
The last thing we need in this country right now is a bunch of unqualified, inexperienced and biased half-wits telling us what the “point of government” is.
Systematically defrauding and robbing taxpayers while duping everyone else is NOT government!
“Another sign that the Regime is stuck on stupid. No wonder they are in the free fall they are in.”
What is even more stupid is that tens of millions of americans believe this.
I would say, provide an environment that allows people to prosper. Then again what do I know, I’m no Commie Socialist Racist.
So, basically the point of government is to assume the role of pre-civil war southern slave master. Got it.
It’s not an uncommon sentiment among GOP federales, either.
They tend to get these mixed up:
PROVIDE for the common defense
PROMOTE the GENERAL welfare (of the country as a whole)
Actually, one of the most fundamental functions of government is to protect the citizenry from outside enemies, and from each other (’enemies foreign or domestic’). This government is not properly serving that function. It is, in fact, stirring the pot and pitting different factions of the citizenry against one another.
Her message was focused for her audience.
Yes, this is true in a banana republic; looks like that's where we're headed if we don't vote these idiots and their RINO buddies out
Liberals have been listening to other liberals tell them how smart they are for so long that they actually believe it now.
Valerie Jarrett:...” The Point of Government Is to Give People a Livelihood so They Can Provide for Their Family.”
Jarrett speaks 100% for Obama.....it’s all about spreading the wealth and granting welfare for those who will not work....free ride...on the backs of every worker. Time to shake them off!
She’s a loon.
Time for a do-over.
Wouldn’t it be cool to give everyone in America government jobs? Like the old Soviet Union and old China. That would be sweet to have everyone working at a job whether they wanted a job or not.
Can we throw out the “Social Studies” curricula and start re-introducing civics and history classes to our students now?
If you ask most of these dyed-in-the-wool leftists, they DO believe that Government’s job is to provide for you. And that businesses exist to pay taxes.
Jarret and The Won go way back in the Windy City - she has been a “handler” from the get-go, now the head handler ? to monitor/control his every move, provide him with his every ‘decision.”
During the bin laden take down, the team could not get “O” to make a decision - he kept saying he’s have to talk with her first - and delay after delay was jeopardizing the whole operation - the window of opportunity was closing.
They finally were able to spirit her her out of the WH, the story goes, where she couldn’t react “O”, then grabbed him straight off the golf course and sat him a corner - literally - of the situation room where he sat hunched down like a little boy WAY over his head, and blocked from egress of the room - told things were going down and could only sit there and watch.
They played on his narcissism by giving him a speech that would give him the credit -
also scroll down and enlarge the photo of the little boy in his golf outfit, hunched in the corner. Leader?
Jarret runs the WH, the country. “O” sits on her knee and ‘speaks’ her words. Be very afraid.
The next Congress ought to make it part of the beginning of every day to read an excerpt from the Constitution. Start at the beginning, go through a piece of it day-by-day until you reach the end, then start all over.
Just like communism!
.....Even Though This Viewpoint Is 180 Degrees In Opposition To Reality.
...Go back to bed, America, we'll take care of everything...
The WON in the situation room 'that' day. Does he look like he's in charge - or has been hauled in, in his golf clothes, and sat in the corner to watch as the big boys act?
The finally got Jarret separated from the WON - he had been running to HER for the decision and she kept saying no. SHE runs the WH
You DO understand that it isn't because they are ignorant of what the Constitution says, don't you?
They are dedicated to destroying it and our country.
She is his hitched at the hip "handler". She has been in his life for a very long time, early Chicago days. Of course, she ALSO follows orders. She's just assigned to shadow and control his every every breath. He make no decisions. He follows orders.
Valerie Jarrett - daughter-in-law of Vernon Jarrett, Chicago journalist, communist activist - and close friend and associate of...[drum roll]...Frank Marshall Davis.
Yes - the same Frank Marshall Davis who was entrusted with the childhood/adolescent communist-agenda education of the comrade now occupying the Oval.
Valerie Jarrett is more than Obie’s brain; she’s his on-site handler - wielding the hammer & sickle that keep him on the Lenin/Alinsky/Cloward/Piven/Ayers-proscribed course.
Thanks - I’m going to share that info.
I’m very well aware they know and I know very well they hate the constitution and only use it when it suits them.
Jarrett does a pretty good job of staying out of the limelight. Her role in the administration reminds me of the producer in a movie. She coordinates between all of Great Leader’s handlers. When she appears it is usually well orchestrated. That said, it is interesting her role is becoming more public. Is she needed as a ‘trusty’ voice to make a better public impression? Or could it be this particular statement from her is off the cuff and an indication of how there are implosions going on in the Great Leader encampment?
AND - a while back one of the senior Daley’s come to DC from Chicagoland. Maybe he’s prying Jarrett out of her position and hoping to salvage the Donkeys, behind the curtains of course.
Obama’s Chicago connection is DEEP. Throughout his book, ‘Dreams From My Father’, there are snippets of information. Typically, however, nothing is in chronological order - ‘clues’ are scattered throughout. The following are what I’ve found in there that show just how deep - and important - that Chicago connection is:
*[page 123] - Barry is quoting his mother: “I was only sixteen then”...”I’d just been accepted to the University of Chicago—Gramps hadn’t told me yet that he wouldn’t let me go—and I was there (Chicago) for the summer, working as an au pair.”
OBSERVATIONS: Stanley Ann was 16, so this was the summer of 1959. She and her parents lived in Seattle (Mercer Island, WA). She would not graduate from high school for another year - yet she had already been accepted at Univ. of Chicago? Why would her parents have let her apply if they considered her too young to attend? For whom was she working as an au pair? How did those people know of her - a Seattle resident - in the first place? If her father considered her too young to attend college, why then would he permit her to live/work in Chicago that summer? Seems logical that she was working for friends of her parents’. Considering the distance of Chicago from Seattle, they would have been close enough friends to be trusted with their 16-year-old daughter’s welfare. And they would have been people of ‘ample’ income. Barry doesn’t identify the people, or anything about them. In his summation of the various places his grandparents/mother lived over the years, Chicago isn’t mentioned? But one can’t help but wonder if they did at some point...
* [page 144] (caps mine, for emphasis) On his 1986 arrival in Chicago to be an organizer, Barry recalls:
“I HAD BEEN TO CHICAGO ONCE BEFORE. It was during the summer after my father’s visit to Hawaii (so, it was 1972), before my eleventh birthday, when Toot (grandmother) had decided it was time I saw the mainland of the United States. Perhaps the two things were connected, her decision and my father’s visit - his presence once again disturbing the world she and Gramps had made for themselves, TRIGGERING IN HER A DESIRE TO RECLAIM ANTECEDENTS, HER OWN MEMORIES, AND PASS THEM ON TO HER GRANDCHILDREN.”
[this trip was grandmother, mother, Barry, & sister Maya; Gramps stayed in Hawaii]
“We traveled for over a month...” “We flew to Seattle, then went down the coast to California and Disneyland, east to the Grand Canyon, accross the Great Plains to Kansas city, then up to the Great Lakes before heading back west through Yellowstone Park. We took Greyhound buses...”
“WE WERE IN CHICAGO FOR THREE DAYS, in a motel in the South Loop.”
Barry makes no mention of WHO they would have visited in Chicago. He had suggested his grandmother’s purpose in going to Chicago was to ...reclaim antecedents and memories to pass on to her grandchildren...BUT the who, what, and why he doesn’t disclose to the reader. Instead, he rambles on for half a page about two shrunken heads [”...little european faces...”] at the Field Museum.
In this 1986 recollection Barry writes of, he then goes on to how he [in 1986] remembered the visit and what he had seen and heard of the city of Chicago:
“I imagined Frank [Marshall Davis - Hawaii, from Chicago] in a baggy suit and wide lapels standing in front of the old Regal Theatre...” “The mailman I saw was Richard Wright, delivering mail before his first book sold...” Then Barry says [p.146]: “I MADE A CHAIN BETWEEN MY LIFE AND THE FACES I SAW, BORROWING OTHER PEOPLE’S MEMORIES. IN THIS WAS I TRIED TO TAKE POSSESSION OF THE CITY, MAKE IT MY OWN.”
OBSERVATION: He as much as tells us he’s a serial liar with an invented life.
* [page 76] “GRAMPS HAD A NUMBER OF BLACK MALE FRIENDS, MOSTLY POKER AND BRIDGE PARTNERS, and before I got old enough not to care about hurting his feelings, I would let him drag me along to some of their games. THEY WERE OLD, NEATLY DRESSED MEN...” “...THE KIND OF MEN FOR WHOM EVERYTHING HAS ITS PLACE AND WHO FIGURE THEY’VE SEEN ENOUGH NOT TO HAVE TO WASTE A LOT OF TIME TALKING ABOUT IT.” “Whenever they saw me they would give me a jovial slap on the back and ask how my mother was doing.” “...ONE...”WAS A POET NAMED FRANK.” “He had enjoyed some modest notoriety once, WAS A CONTEMPORARY OF RICHARD WRIGHT AND LANGSTON HUGHES DURING HIS YEARS IN CHICAGO...”
OBSERVATION: The available information about Stanley Armour Dunham is that he was an obnoxious, in-your-face, crude, loud, and offensive white man. It seems incongruous that a group of “old” black men would be acquainted with such a person - a generation-younger white man, his white daughter, and her white/black son. What would they have in common - other than Frank Marshall Davis, with whom Gramps spent much time drinking and composing dirty limericks as part of the training-up of the young child Barry? [p.77]
* [page 275] Barry has been in Chicago “organizing”, and has applied to various law schools. He sees “...a group of older men who had set out their lawn chairs on the sidewalk for a game of bid whist.” He watched them play. “They didn’t talk much, these men. They reminded me of the men Gramps used to play bridge with -”.
“I tried to remember the names of those men back in Hawaii, what they had done for a living, WONDERING WHAT RESIDUE OF THEMSELVES THEY’D LEFT IN ME. THEY HAD BEEN MYSTERIES TO ME THEN, THOSE OLD BLACK MEN; THAT MYSTERY WAS PART OF WHAT HAD BROUGHT ME TO CHICAGO. AND NOW THAT I WAS LEAVING CHICAGO, I WONDERED IF I UNDERSTOOD THEM ANY BETTER THAN BEFORE.”
OBSERVATION: WHOEVER those old black men in Hawaii were, they - along with Frank Marshall Davis - seem to be the reason, the keystone, to Barry locating himself to Chicago after graduating from Columbia. Their importance to him is quite implicit here. And nowhere in anything I’ve read and researched has anything Barry’s said indicated he had any “soul-guidance” about Chicago from his grandparents, or his mother. The above quote has such an aura of Barry considering his move to Chicago as “moving back home”. Those old men, along WITH Davis, must have had a vastly important influence on him.
* [page 277] Barry’s been pondering slavery, the “shackles of your [black] skin”, and “...white men...landed on Africa’s shores, bringing with them their guns and blind hunger, to drag away the conquered in chains. That first encounter had drawn the map of black life, recentered its universe, created the very idea of escape - AN IDEA THAT LIVED ON IN FRANK AND THOSE OTHER OLD BLACK MEN WHO HAD FOUND REFUGE IN HAWAII.”
OBSERVATION: In Chicago Frank Marshall Davis had been a friend of Paul Robeson - famous singer, and infamous Communist Party member, as well as friend/associate of Valerie Jarrett’s father-in-law Vernon Jarrett. Others in the communist-sympathizing circle in Chicago included David Axelrod’s parents. Yes, THAT David Axelrod - Barry’s David Axelrod. Davis was married to a black woman [name completely unknown...nada, zip]; divorced, then married a white socialite. This was appx. late 1940’s, early 1950’s. Not only unheard of, but illegal in 20+ states. At the same time, the Federal heat was coming down on the communist nest in Chicago. Davis’ friends and associates suggested he join other US communists in finding refuge in Hawaii, which he did. Hawaii was not yet a state, so they might have considered themselves “expatriots” of a sort. One might safely suppose that Barrys’ card-playing old black men were among those who had fled to Hawaii.
All things considered, a lot points to it being more than a possibility that Barry’s grandparents lived in Chicago with their daughter for some period of time before landing in Seattle/Mercer Island; that their connections during that time included Davis, David Axelrod’s parents, Valerie Jarrett’s father-in-law Vernon Jarrett, and those old card-playing black men - all of whom contributed to making Barry the dedicated communist he is today, and who are still guiding his every move toward his goal of destroying our country.
[Wow...sorry this is so long!]
Wow is right. ETL would like this.