there will be hell to pay for Obamas critics in the second term.After we win this election, it is payback time. For those who supported us, there will be rewards, for the ones who opposed us, they will get what they deserve. There will be hell to pay. “Valerie Jarrett.”
Why does anyone expect any different.
President Jarrett knows what she’s talking about.
"Vernon Jarrett, began his journalism career at the Chicago Defender during the 1940s and later worked for the Associated Negro Press. ConEdison CEO, Thomas Ayers, served on the Board of Directors of the Erikson Institute with Valerie Jarretts mother. Thomas Ayers son is William Ayers, who co-founded the 1960s terrorist group, The Weather Underground. Valerie Jarrett served on a Corporate Board with Bernadine Dorhn, William Ayers wife and fellow Weather Underground terrorist."
Dn't need n Weatherman t see which waybama's wind
"Behind the Violence, Says Jane Alpert, Was Sex"
--November 09, 1981--
"The leaders of the Weather Underground, she believes, followed a similar pattern of constantly shifting sexual alliances..."
"He [Bill Ayers] also writes about the Weathermen's sexual experimentation as they tried to 'smash monogamy.' The Weathermen were 'an army of lovers,' he says, and describes having had different sexual partners, including his best male friend."
Source: New York Times, September 11, 2001: "No Regrets for a Love Of Explosives; In a Memoir of Sorts, a War Protester Talks of Life With the Weathermen"
"...the Weathermen, when not engaged in group sex, committed such revolutionary acts as parading with a Viet Cong flag through a local park on Independence Day and spray-painting the walls of a high school with the slogans, "Off the Pigs," "Viet Cong Will Win," and "F#$k U.S. Imperialism."..."
"What happens next bears watching closely, as does the response of the president, ex-Speaker Pelosi, and others on the left. Encouraged by leftists in the Democratic Party and funded by left-leaning nonprofit organizations and celebrity contributors, Occupy Wall Street may in time morph into something resembling the radical factions of the late 1960s and 1970s."