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By Chief Elder Osiris:

Who in their Right Black Mind can make such a claim to indicate that the burden of a victory for Obama lay squarely in the Mental lap of Black
People in America, why is it that the so call Afrikan American love to pretend that we Black folks matter in the game of white folks Politics and to
insinuate that an Obama win will matter in a Justifying way to Black Folks in America, we acting as if it is Obama that stand between Black
People and Black People receiving Justice in America, as if Obama represent the America Dream to the so call Afrikan in America.

Will we ever become tired of pretending to be of significance in America politics, to the point that it matters who it is that sit in the big chair in
those White folks White House, as some Phony Afrikan leaders who want to be important Negro Afrikan Americans, attempt to pin a guilt upon
Black People, if Obama does  not win.

So I ask of your Self involved Afrikan Americans, tell me, what will Black folks gain from having an Obama victory, Mind you now, pride and
bragging rights do not count, because such emotion does not change the physical dynamics that Black Folks have with Justice, Freedom, and
Independence in America, such which now serve as an enemy to the so call Afrikan American, as those principals hang before the face of black
Folks like Carrots that are not to be reached nor to be experienced in America.

So, no matter how much those phony so call Afrikan American Leaders Play with your Head, in getting you to believe that Justice, Respect, and
Equality of opportunity is just an Obama away, if you Black folks buy such lies of deception, then you really are Pitiful and relax in your
dependency upon America white folks for your Livelihood, which is never enough for you to experience Justice and Freedom in America.

The Audacity of some Black folks making such a claim that black people have a responsibility to go out and vote for Obama or to participate in
America politics, and if you do not, and Obama lose, then the only thing you have to blame, so they say  is your Black selves.

So tell me, given the story of our sojourn to America, how intelligent does such a claim being  made about Black People, in relationship to White
folks Politics and Black folks  having a need to pin blame of guilt upon Black people, if Obama lose?

The last time I looked and is able to see, America still is set upon the foundation of racism, Unjustified Prejudice, and Discrimination against
Black folks en mass, in America, so get away from me, you being in all of your Black high flaunting Mimicry of White people, implying that
Obama represent Justice and free Will accomplishment in America for black People.

Tell me, haven't you Black People been persuaded to believe and accept that America, because of Obama serving as the Democratic Nominee,
that Black Folks are no longer Black and that race in America is no longer a factor, and that you Black People have been conditioned to
become invisible in America, willing to jump squarely into the America Melting pot?

Are you Black people so America Blind to the point that the America you long for, to impliment your dream, has long been gone, there is no
more America the Republic, which never was to serve you Black people, and  most certainly there is no America today, that is out to render to
your Black Behind, Justice and respect, just look at what you are now praying for Obama to inherit in America, so America History can print,
accusing the Fall of America on the Administration of an Obama presidency and if Mccain is elected the claim by History will say that such an
econmic colasp was in motion many years prior to the McCain Presidency.

Can you Understand that, Beloved.

So Hell No!, do not attempt to send a guilt trip to Black folks if Racism prevail in this presidential election and if I was a betting man,I would have
to put my money on racism, yet my bet would not represent my desire, which is for Obama to win.

Tell me, why is it that those phony so call Black leaders, Civil rights Advocates, Black Nationalist Advocated, Pan-Afrikan Nationalist , Militants
alike, who are so wrapped up in the Obama Craze, why is it that you can not become just as excited over the call for Reparation, Repatriation
and our Right to become Self-govern in Afrika, with the same and with greater intensity of enthusiasm as you display over the want by you, for
Obama to become America next President. a position that hold no promise to changing the Life Condition of Black people in America Capitalist

can you Understand such a question, beloved?

Be Kind to your selves, Beloved


Chief Elder

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Phone: 212-852-7070
E-Mail: teverett@newscorp.com


Dear Mrs. Everett,

On May 25, 2008 at approximately 10:57 AM, Liz Trotta on a Foxs News political show made a vile and
despicable threat that "Barack OBama and OSama both need to be killed". I find this verbal threat not only
immoral, but illegal. This type of programming has no place in broadcasting. Making off handed remarks
(threats) about Presidential Candidates has to stop. I've just file a compliant with the FCC and the Secret
Service office asking them to open an criminal investigation. I'm also asking Fox News to remove this
woman from further programming. There needs to be a apology by Fox Corporation. If an apology is not
forthcoming, there will be a boycott of Fox Corporation sponsors. I look forward in seeing Fox News
rectifying this matter immediately.

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MICHELLE OBAMA: There is a strong possibility that Barack will pursue a
poli tical career, although it’s unclear. There is a little tension with that. I’m
very wary of politics. I think he’s too much of a good guy for the kind of
brutality, the skepticism.
When you are involved in politics, your life is an open book, and people
can come in who don’t necessarily have good intent. I’m pretty private, and
like to surround myself with people that I trust and love. In politics you’ve
got to open yourself to a lot of different people. There is a possibility t hat
our futures will go that way, even though I want to have kids and travel,
spend time with family, and like spending time with friends. But we are
going to be busy people doing lots of stuff. And it’ll be interesting to see
what life has to offer. In many ways, we are here for the ride, just sort of
seeing what opportunities open themselves up. And the more you
experiment the easier i t is to do different things. If I had stayed in a law
firm and made partner, my life would be completely different. I wouldn’t
know the people I know, and I would be more risk-averse. Barack has
helped me loosen up and feel comfortable with taking risks, not doing
things the traditional way and sort of testing it out, because that is how he
grew up. I’m more traditional; he’s the one in the couple that, I think, is the
less traditional individual. You20can probably tell from the photographs—
he’s just more out there, more flamboyant. I’m more, like, “Well, let’s wait
and see. What did that look like? How much does it weigh?”

BARACK OBAMA: All my life, I have been stitching together a family,
through stories=2 0or memories or friends or ideas. Michelle has had a
very different background—very stable, two-parent family, mother at home,
brother and dog, living in the same house all their lives. We represent two
strands of family life in this country—the strand that is very stable and
solid, and then the strand that is breaking out of the constraints of
traditional f amilies, travelling, separated, mobile. I think there was that
strand in me of imagining what it would be like to have a stable, solid,
secure family life.
Michelle is a tremendously strong person, and has a very strong sense of
herself and who she is and where she comes from. But I also think in her
eyes you can see a trace of vulnerability that most people don t know,
because when she’s walking through the world she is this tall, beautiful,
confident woman. There is a part of her that is vulnerable and young and
sometimes frightened, and I think seeing both of those things is what
attracted me to her. And then what sustains our relationship is I’m
extremely happy with her, and part of it has to do with the fact that she is at
once completely familiar to me, so that I can be myself and she knows me
very well and I trust her completely, but at the same time she is also a
complete mystery to me in some ways. And there are times when we are
lying in bed and I look over and sort of have a start. Because I realize here
is this other person who is separate and different and has different
memories and backgrounds and thoughts and feelings. It’s that tension
between familiarity and mystery that makes for something strong, because,
even as you build a life of trust and comfort and mutual support, you retain
some sense of surprise or wonder about the other person. ♦
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is an
unprecedented effort to jumpstart our economy, create or
save millions of jobs, and put a down payment on
addressing long-neglected challenges so our country can
thrive in the 21st century. The Recovery and Reinvestment
Act is an extraordinary response to a crisis unlike any since
the Great Depression. With much at stake, the Act provides
for unprecedented levels of transparency and accountability
addressing long-neglected challenges so our country can
out waste, inefficiency, and unnecessary spending. This
Recovery.gov, will be the main vehicle to provide
each and every citizen with the ability to monitor the
progress of the recovery.

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I am always being asked to grade Obama's presidency. In
place of offering him a grade, I put together a list of his
accomplishments thus far. I think you would agree that it is
very impressive. His first six months have been even more
active than FDRs or LBJs the two standards for such
assessments. Yet, there is little media attention given to
much of what he has done. Of late, the media is focusing
almost exclusively on Obama's critics, without holding them
responsible for the uncivil, unconstructive tone of their
disagreements or without holding the previous
administration responsible for getting us in such a deep
hole. The misinformation and venom that now passes for
political reporting and civic debate is beyond description.

As such, there is a need to set the record straight. What most
impresses me is the fact that Obama has accomplished so much not
from a heavy-handed or top-down approach but from a style that has
institutionalized efforts to reach across the aisle, encourage vigorous
debate, and utilize town halls and panels of experts in the
policy-making process. Beyond the accomplishments, the process is
good for democracy and our democratic processes have been
battered and bruised in recent years.

Let me know if I missed anything in the list (surely I did).

1.. Ordered all federal agencies to undertake a study and make recommendations for
ways to cut spending
2. Ordered a review of all federal operations to identify and cut wasteful spending and
3. Instituted enforcement for equal pay for women
4. Beginning the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq
5. Families of fallen soldiers have expenses covered to be on hand when the body
arrives at Dover AFB
6. Ended media blackout on war casualties; reporting full information
7. Ended media blackout on covering the return of fallen soldiers to Dover AFB; the
media is now permitted to do so pending adherence to respectful rules and approval of
fallen soldier's family
8. The White House and federal government are respecting the Freedom of Information
9. Instructed all federal agencies to promote openness and transparency as much as
10. Limits on lobbyist's access to the White House
11. Limits on White House aides working for lobbyists after their tenure in the
12. Ended the previous stop-loss policy that kept soldiers in Iraq/Afghanistan longer
than their enlistment date
13. Phasing out the expensive F-22 war plane and other outdated weapons systems,
which weren't even used or needed in Iraq/Afghanistan
14. Removed restrictions on embryonic stem-cell research
15. Federal support for stem-cell and new biomedical research
16. New federal funding for science and research labs
17. States are permitted to enact federal fuel efficiency standards above federal
18. Increased infrastructure spending (roads, bridges, power plants) after years of
19. Funds for high-speed, broadband Internet access to K-12 schools
20. New funds for school construction
21. The prison at Guantanamo Bay is being phased out
22. US Auto industry rescue plan
23. Housing rescue plan
24. $789 billion economic stimulus plan
25. The public can meet with federal housing insurers to refinance (the new plan can
be completed in one day) a mortgage if they are having trouble paying
26. US financial and banking rescue plan
27. The secret detention facilities in Eastern Europe and elsewhere are being closed
28. Ended the previous policy; the US now has a no torture policy and is in compliance
with the Geneva Convention standards
29. Better body armor is now being provided to our troops
30. The missile defense program is being cut by $1.4 billion in 2010
31. Restarted the nuclear nonproliferation talks and building back up the nuclear
inspection infrastructure/protocols
32. Reengaged in the treaties/agreements to protect the Antarctic
33. Reengaged in the agreements/talks on global warming and greenhouse gas
34. Visited more countries and met with more world leaders than any president in his
first six months in office
35. Successful release of US captain held by Somali pirates; authorized the SEALS to
do their job
36. US Navy increasing patrols off Somali coast
37. Attractive tax write-offs for those who buy hybrid automobiles
38. Cash for clunkers program offers vouchers to trade in fuel inefficient, polluting old
cars for new cars; stimulated auto sales
39. Announced plans to purchase fuel efficient American-made fleet for the federal
40. Expanded the SCHIP program to cover health care for 4 million more children
41. Signed national service legislation; expanded national youth service program
42. Instituted a new policy on Cuba , allowing Cuban families to return home to visit
loved ones
43. Ended the previous policy of not regulating and labeling carbon dioxide emissions
44. Expanding vaccination programs
45. Immediate and efficient response to the floods in North Dakota and other natural
46. Closed offshore tax safe havens
47. Negotiated deal with Swiss banks to permit US government to gain access to
records of tax evaders and criminals
48. Ended the previous policy of offering tax benefits to corporations who outsource
American jobs; the new policy is to promote in-sourcing to bring jobs back
49.. Ended the previous practice of protecting credit card companies; in place of it are
new consumer protections from credit card industry's predatory practices
50. Energy producing plants must begin preparing to produce 15% of their energy from
renewable sources
51. Lower drug costs for seniors
52. Ended the previous practice of forbidding Medicare from negotiating with drug
manufacturers for cheaper drugs; the federal government is now realizing hundreds of
millions in savings
53. Increasing pay and benefits for military personnel
54. Improved housing for military personnel
55. Initiating a new policy to promote federal hiring of military spouses
56. Improved conditions at Walter Reed Military Hospital and other military hospitals
57. Increasing student loans
58. Increasing opportunities in AmeriCorps program
59. Sent envoys to Middle East and other parts of the world that had been neglected for
years; null in multilateral and bilateral talks and diplomacy
60. Established a new cyber security office
61. Beginning the process of reforming and restructuring the military 20 years after the
Cold War to a more modern fighting force; this includes new procurement policies,
increasing size of military, new technology and cyber units and operations, etc.
62. Ended previous policy of awarding no-bid defense contracts
63. Ordered a review of hurricane and natural disaster preparedness
64. Established a National Performance Officer charged with saving the federal
government money and making federal operations more efficient
65. Students struggling to make college loan payments can have their loans refinanced
66. Improving benefits for veterans
67. Many more press conferences and town halls and much more media access than
previous administration
68. Instituted a new focus on mortgage fraud
69. The FDA is now regulating tobacco
70. Ended previous policy of cutting the FDA and circumventing FDA rules
71. Ended previous practice of having White House aides rewrite scientific and
environmental rules, regulations, and reports
72. Authorized discussions with North Korea and private mission by Pres. Bill Clinton
to secure the release of two Americans held in prisons
73. Authorized discussions with Myanmar and mission by Sen. Jim Web to secure the
release of an American held captive
74. Making more loans available to small businesses
75. Established independent commission to make recommendations on slowing the
costs of Medicare
76. Appointment of first Latina to the Supreme Court
77. Authorized construction/opening of additional health centers to care for veterans
78. Limited salaries of senior White House aides; cut to $100,000
79. Renewed loan guarantees for Israel
80. Changed the failing/status quo military command in Afghanistan
81. Deployed additional troops to Afghanistan
82. New Afghan War policy that limits aerial bombing and prioritizes aid, development
of infrastructure, diplomacy, and good government practices by Afghans
83. Announced the long-term development of a national energy grid with renewable
sources and cleaner, efficient energy production
84. Returned money authorized for refurbishment of White House offices and private
living quarters
85. Paid for redecoration of White House living quarters out of his own pocket
86. Held first Seder in White House
87. Attempting to reform the nation's healthcare system which is the most expensive in
the world yet leaves almost 50 million without health insurance and millions more
under insured
88. Has put the ball in play for comprehensive immigration reform
89. Has announced his intention to push for energy reform
90. Has announced his intention to push for education reform

Oh, and he built a swing set for the girls outside
the Oval Office
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