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THE FLAG IS GONE. Have You Noticed?!?!?!?!

THE FLAG IS GONE. Have You Noticed?



For a long time, we have noticed that the decor at the White House has changed since BHO moved in.

The Oval Office is now stripped of the traditional red, white, and blue,and replaced with middle eastern wallpaper, drapes, and decor.. The hallway that he walks out of to talk to the press now has middle eastern chairs, drapes, etc. And the thing that has bothered me the most is the bright yellow drape behind him every time he speaks from the white house. It has Arabic symbols on it and has been there from the beginning.
Today I received this and it clearly shows what I have been noticing. That bright yellow curtain is highly visible, but as you scroll down, you will see what is predominantly absent. Also, as you look at the pictures of other presidents speaking from the same spot, look at the traditional 'American' background and decor as opposed to the new decor. Trust me when I say that this is intentional. It should alarm every American.
What is missing at Barack Hussein Obama's press conference?

No it is not the teleprompters. See the other presidents pics for a clue.

BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA


GEORGE WALKER BUSH


WILLIAM JEFFERSON BLYTHE CLINTON


GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH


RONALD WILSON REAGAN


That's right...no American flags!!!
by on Apr. 27, 2012 at 1:44 AM
Replies (81-90):
blondekosmic15
by Blonde on Apr. 27, 2012 at 2:23 PM
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Quoting Kmary:

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for explaining this!

As for the OP, people like you are why I had to change affiliations from being a Republican.  I still believe in the very basic principles of small government, states' rights, etc, but I can NOT get on board with this conspiracy theory, radical horseshit.  Barack Obama is as American as you are.  You should be ashamed of yourself for posting and believing this kind of nonsense. 

Oh really! I would be ashamed to have 1 of these individuals as a friend or an associate. Barack Obama has a litany of shady characters in his life since childhood. Unfortunately, some choose to ignore this reality for various reasons.

 

Obama's Close Friends & Associates

http://theobamafile.com/_associates/obamaassociates.htm


 

Barack Obama has styled himself a centrist, but does his record support that claim?

In this series — written during the 2008 campaign — we examine then-Senator Obama's past, his voting record and the people who've served as his advisers and mentors over the years. We show how the facts of Obama's actions and associations reveal a far more left-leaning tilt to his background — and to his politics
.

Obama's voting record, going back to his days in the Illinois statehouse, says yes. His career path - and those who guided it - leads to the same unsettling conclusion.

The seeds of his far-left ideology were planted in his formative years as a teenager in Hawaii - and they were far more radical than any biography or profile in the media has portrayed.

A careful reading of Obama's first memoir, "Dreams From My Father," reveals that his childhood mentor up to age 18 - a man he cryptically refers to as "Frank" - was none other than the late communist Frank Marshall Davis, who fled Chicago after the FBI and Congress opened investigations into his "subversive," "un-American activities."

As Obama was preparing to head off to college, he sat at Davis' feet in his Waikiki bungalow for nightly bull sessions. Davis plied his impressionable guest with liberal doses of whiskey and advice, including: Never trust the white establishment.

"They'll train you so good," he said, "you'll start believing what they tell you about equal opportunity and the American way and all that sh**."

http://news.investors.com/article/489219/200807281920/barack-obamas-stealth-socialism.htm?p=2


Do yourselves a favor.

Go to Google and click on "images".  Then type in "Obama press conference".  You will see all manner of still shots of him at press conferences, some with flags, some without, some with the yellow curtain, some without.

Now Google "Bush press conference".  Guess what you'll see?

Some with flags, some without, and the yellow curtains.

Everyone can now remove their tin foil hats.  :-)

 

 

IAGAL
by on Apr. 27, 2012 at 2:25 PM

I was being a smartass, like you were doing in your comment! ;-)

Quoting lwalker270:

Don't flatter yourself.  You made a comment on an open Internet forum and I disagreed.  That's what happens when you post online.  I'm not trying to change your view, I just find it interesting that you modified my response to make it look as though I agreed with you.  Now that's pathetic!

You have a great day too, cupcake!

Quoting IAGAL:

You wouldn't believe the emails I get about how pathetic people have been on here! haha I'm waiting for now your name to pop in the convo! ;) take care sweetie! I can honest to God care less if anyone see's my point of view. I have no clue who any of you are. LOL So again! Thanks for pointing more usless information that you think you know about me out! :D

Quoting lwalker270:

No, thank you for modifying my quote to make it look like someone -- or anyone for that matter, agrees with you.  It just makes your point look that much weaker <3

Quoting IAGAL:

Right on what I was thinking! Gosh, thank you so much for clearing that up for us! I don't know how else to put it! :D Thanks!!! <3 LOL

Quoting lwalker270:


Quoting IAGAL:

I personally would want a White American man as our leader. I want tradition brought back to our white house. Not a woman in office and no other race. That is my personal thought on the matter.

Well, everyone knows that women and other races are just intellectually inferior to the White American Man.  

Unbelievable.


 


 



lwalker270
by Member on Apr. 27, 2012 at 2:29 PM

Sure you were.

Quoting IAGAL:

I was being a smartass, like you were doing in your comment! ;-)

Quoting lwalker270:

Don't flatter yourself.  You made a comment on an open Internet forum and I disagreed.  That's what happens when you post online.  I'm not trying to change your view, I just find it interesting that you modified my response to make it look as though I agreed with you.  Now that's pathetic!

You have a great day too, cupcake!


aviatioNation
by on Apr. 27, 2012 at 2:35 PM
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Yellow is the color that represents American troops. Are you saying that American troops and those who support them are cowards?

Quoting imamomzilla:

 Yellow is a good choice of colors....for a coward.

patriotic


NancSBRN
by Bronze Member on Apr. 27, 2012 at 2:38 PM
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You know I am about ready to leave this group it seem that most of you only care about stupid crap that does not mean a hill of beans in the over all election.  I have seen many photos of the President with and without flags same with every other president. Do some research.

JakeandEmmasMom
by Gold Member on Apr. 27, 2012 at 2:58 PM
And that somehow caused him to lose his American citizenship? Who knew it was that easy?

Quoting blondekosmic15:

 


Quoting Kmary:


THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for explaining this!


As for the OP, people like you are why I had to change affiliations from being a Republican.  I still believe in the very basic principles of small government, states' rights, etc, but I can NOT get on board with this conspiracy theory, radical horseshit.  Barack Obama is as American as you are.  You should be ashamed of yourself for posting and believing this kind of nonsense. 


Oh really! I would be ashamed to have 1 of these individuals as a friend or an associate. Barack Obama has a litany of shady characters in his life since childhood. Unfortunately, some choose to ignore this reality for various reasons.


 








Obama's Close Friends & Associates


http://theobamafile.com/_associates/obamaassociates.htm




 


Barack Obama has styled himself a centrist, but does his record support that claim?

In this series — written during the 2008 campaign — we examine then-Senator Obama's past, his voting record and the people who've served as his advisers and mentors over the years. We show how the facts of Obama's actions and associations reveal a far more left-leaning tilt to his background — and to his politics
.


Obama's voting record, going back to his days in the Illinois statehouse, says yes. His career path - and those who guided it - leads to the same unsettling conclusion.


The seeds of his far-left ideology were planted in his formative years as a teenager in Hawaii - and they were far more radical than any biography or profile in the media has portrayed.


A careful reading of Obama's first memoir, "Dreams From My Father," reveals that his childhood mentor up to age 18 - a man he cryptically refers to as "Frank" - was none other than the late communist Frank Marshall Davis, who fled Chicago after the FBI and Congress opened investigations into his "subversive," "un-American activities."


As Obama was preparing to head off to college, he sat at Davis' feet in his Waikiki bungalow for nightly bull sessions. Davis plied his impressionable guest with liberal doses of whiskey and advice, including: Never trust the white establishment.


"They'll train you so good," he said, "you'll start believing what they tell you about equal opportunity and the American way and all that sh**."


http://news.investors.com/article/489219/200807281920/barack-obamas-stealth-socialism.htm?p=2




Do yourselves a favor.


Go to Google and click on "images".  Then type in "Obama press conference".  You will see all manner of still shots of him at press conferences, some with flags, some without, some with the yellow curtain, some without.


Now Google "Bush press conference".  Guess what you'll see?


Some with flags, some without, and the yellow curtains.


Everyone can now remove their tin foil hats.  :-)


 


 

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imamomzilla
by on Apr. 27, 2012 at 3:02 PM
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 *eye roll

That was quite a stretch. Your attempt to demonize me was a big FAIL. It does NOT represent our troops. You should open a book sometime.

Here's the significance:

(wisegeek)

In the United States, a yellow ribbon is used as a symbol of solidarity with someone who is far from home, and an expression of hope that he or she will return safely and soon. Numerous unrelated causes have adopted the yellow ribbon as a symbol, somewhat blurring the symbolism of the yellow ribbon, but after the deployment of American troops to the Middle East in 2001, most Americans came to associate the yellow ribbon specifically with active duty members of the military, and supporting American troops.

The history of the yellow ribbon is ancient. Several folktales and songs from England document the wearing of yellow ribbons by young women waiting for their lovers to come home, and the association of a yellowribbon with waiting for a loved one appears to have been carried to North America with colonists. Several Civil War folksongs referenced the tradition, and a popular marching song from the First World War, “She Wore a Yellow Ribbon,” included a yellow ribbon as a prominent symbol of a waiting lover at home.

In the 1970s, the popular song “Tie a Yellow Ribbon” was released, and a great deal of folklore arose around the circumstances of the song. According to legend, the song was inspired by a prisoner who wrote his wife shortly before his release, expressing a desire to reunite and saying that if she wanted to see him again, she should tie a yellow ribbon to a prominent tree along the road. If he saw the ribbon from the prison bus, he would know that he was welcomed home, but if he didn't, he would know that his wife had moved on, and he would keep going.

This sort appears to be apocryphal, and it is more likely that the song was inspired by older folk songs which included yellow ribbons in their imagery. However, the concept stuck in the public mind, and in 1979, Americans began to display yellow ribbons in solidarity with the captives involved in the Iran Hostage Crisis. The ribbon began a potent and familiar symbol, and it was adopted again in the First Gulf War by parents and friends who were anxious to see the return of their loved ones in the military.

After the deployment of American troops to Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003, an explosion of magnetic yellow ribbons appeared on American cars large and small. These ribbons often included a legend reading “support our troops,” and some integrated a version of the American flag. Some organizations dedicated funds from the sales of these ribbons to supporting military causes, while others sold them primarily for profit, recognizing that many Americans wanted to express solidarity with service members in a highly visual way.

Quoting aviatioNation:

Yellow is the color that represents American troops. Are you saying that American troops and those who support them are cowards?

Quoting imamomzilla:

 Yellow is a good choice of colors....for a coward.

patriotic


 




 "The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they're ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so". ~Ronald Reagan

imamomzilla
by on Apr. 27, 2012 at 3:03 PM
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 yellow ribbon

matreshka
by Gold Member on Apr. 27, 2012 at 3:07 PM
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Try to ignore the noise and definitely get into the real issues. That will keep this sort of thing from overtaking the group.

Quoting NancSBRN:

You know I am about ready to leave this group it seem that most of you only care about stupid crap that does not mean a hill of beans in the over all election.  I have seen many photos of the President with and without flags same with every other president. Do some research.


SpiritedDragon
by on Apr. 27, 2012 at 3:09 PM

I agree.... he isn't exactly the guy he is suppose to be.  He rather take away are freedoms, then let us keep them!   That is actually pretty sickening in my opinion.  Everyone has their own opinions when it comes to politics.  But come on don't we want to stay America?   

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