Who you going to believe, me or your own lying eyes?

The Prez at commencement

Four years of liberal arts, you should know better than to listen to those kooks

Obummer to graduates: reject voices that warn of governmental tyranny.


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12 responses to “Who you going to believe, me or your own lying eyes?

  1. AJ

    OBAMA: “Because …. our brave, and creative, and unique experiment in self-rule is …. just a sham with which we can’t be trusted [guess he’s talking about executive orders again]….And as citizens, we understand that it’s not about what America can do for us, it’s about what can be done by us, together, through the hard and frustrating but absolutely necessary work [If you have a business you didn’t build it?] ….”

    Looks like the Alternate Media is really throwing a monkey wrench in their plans for One World Government (NWO), and really starting to get to them. I think it’s important for all you idiots who think that supporting the regime is the same as supporting your country to realize that if they’ll lie about the weather, then they’ll lie about anything, like what went on in Boston:

    “The uncle of the accused Boston Marathon bombers incorporated, in 1995, a company called the “Congress of Chechen International Organizations.”

    Even as the company was sending aid to Islamic terrorists in Chechnya, its listed address was in the home of former top CIA official Graham Fuller.” […]
    — Source: Mad Cow Morning News, April 29

    […] “So what if the guy was involved with biggest bank fraud in history?

    “For an Armenian to convert to Islam is LIKE FINDING A UNICORN IN A FIELD [emphasis, mine],” Nerses Zurabyan, 32, an information technology director who lives in nearby Cambridge told USA Today.

    The report reveals that the bomber’s Uncle, made famous for his outspoken condemnation of his nephew’s which aired repeatedly on international news networks, is a well-connected oil executive who at one point worked for a Halliburton shell company used as a front to obtain oil contracts from the Kazakh State.

    Ruslon Tsarni was implicated in an investigation involving the laundering and theft of $6 billion. But everybody loves Uncle Ruslon. At least most of America’s mainstream media does.

    There has, to date, been no speculation at all about whether an uncle of the men suspected of the bombing who had been involved in international intrigue at the hightest levels, and who married the daughter of a top CIA official, might warrant a closer look.

    It’s enough, isn’t it, to turn even reasonably rational adults into—gasp!—conspiracy theorists.” […]


    Veeery interesting.

  2. To inspire students for their lives and careers, he espouses……government?

    Worked out well for him and Bill Clinton I suppose.

  3. STATE university….Oh Hi Ohhhh !~!!
    Choir preaching ?

  4. Mark B.

    When he said ‘democracy’ he meant ‘constitutional republic’….

    • well, if you’re going to go there, i’d like to know a little bit more about this “unique experiment in self-rule” as well.

  5. AJ

    Kiss the first amendment (and the fifth, sixth, and fourteenth) goodbye:

    ‘Post-Boston: Now You Have to Prove You’re Not a Terrorist’

    “In a Christian Science Monitor article covering the case of Cameron D’Ambrosio – the teenager who supposedly made terroristic threats on his Facebook page – a New York cop is quoted as saying government needs to implement a zero tolerance approach to online speech after the Boston bombing.


    “[Expletive] a boston bominb wait till u see the [expletive] I do, I’ma be famous rapping, and beat every murder charge that comes across me!” D’Ambrosio had rapped.

    The 18 year old high school student faces 20 years in prison and is currently held on a $1 million bail pending trial. Police admit D’Ambrosio’s “threats” were not made against a specific person….”


    The presumption of innocence goes back pretty far:

    ROMAN LAW: The sixth century Digest of Justinian (22.3.2) provides, as a general rule of evidence: Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat[1]—”Proof lies on him who asserts, not on him who denies”.[2] It is there attributed to the second and third century jurist Paul. When this rule is applied to criminal process (whether or not that was done in Roman law itself), it places the burden of proof upon the accuser, which has the corollary that the accused is presumed to be innocent.
    — Source: Wikipedia

  6. Balzac

    “… government … nothing more than some separate, sinister entity that’s at the root of all our problems…. our brave, and creative, and unique experiment in self-rule is somehow just a sham with which we can’t be trusted.” [Obama]
    Truly he lives in a kalidescope world. Although he “taught constitutional law” he doesn’t even perceive the fundamental insight of the constitution’s creators: that government, being the sole repository of legitimate force (cops, laws, jails) must be strictly controlled if liberty is to be preserved. If you don’t think government is a “separate entity” try resisting its commands for how to live your life and run your business. Our “experiment in self-rule” is actually grounded in individual initiative, not the compulsion by a government now eating 40% of GNP and growing……
    For an intellectual, he really is a dope……..

  7. OG17

    So the “Professor in Chief” has never read the Federalist Papers? Or does he ignore Federalist #10 just like he ignores the most of the Bill of Rights? James Madison must be rolling over in his grave…..