And this is yet another reason to IMPEACH this OBAMA.
This Obama is demolishing everything in America and has extended the demolition to Kenya now.
He has not adhered to the Constitution. He doesn’t violate it out right by creating agencies and commissions that supersede the laws within the Constitution, but he what he has done is created a SHADOW government. For all the laws that the Constitution guaranteed us, he has created a commission or appointed a CZAR that removes that liberty or freedom. He’s implemented his own government with the government. And since he is POTUS that means that if he does something now that is blatantly unconstitutional he is not afraid, because the government that is around him WON’T accuse him of doing it. And if someone should step out of line to STAND up to this Tyrant, then there is a CZAR or a Commission to which that person or entity would have to “answer” to.
These are dangerous times. Russia’s Communism began with “commissions” and the cold war’s end was just another chapter in Psychological operations. America is looking more and feeling more like the Soviet Union with Nazi overtures and Muslim threats that have not been fought but rather WROUGHT here in the STATES.
here’s some more on the Kenyan connection:
Obama should not be president – His brother is a supporter of Al Qaeda and is a leader in Kenya. Obama supports him monetarily
Obama campaigns for Muslim party in Kenya – then supports it monetarily – The party of his cousin Odinga – Kenya’s NEWS called OBAMA, his “patsy”
EDITORIAL: The Kenya connection
Obama administration efforts in Africa may violate federal law
The Kenyan president wants a new constitution, one that opens the door to abortion on demand. President Obama is willing to use U.S. taxpayer dollars to persuade voters to approve the updated governing document, which would loosen regulations designed to protect the unborn, establish Muslim family courts and create a right to homosexual marriage. It’s not unusual that Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki would see enactment of the provisions as a “government project,” but Mr. Obama is on shaky legal ground when he commits U.S. government resources to it.
On Aug. 4, Kenya‘s 12.3 million registered voters will be asked a simple question: “Do you approve the proposed new constitution?” It is doubtful that many will have the opportunity to read the entire 206-page document, which was created by a committee of experts whose consultants and office equipment were bankrolled with $580,381 in grants from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Section 26 of the proposal explicitly allows a “trained health professional” to snuff the life of an unborn baby at any stage of a pregnancy. “It is a radical departure from existing law,” Rep. Christopher H. Smith, New Jersey Republican, told The Washington Times.
Under the Siljander Amendment, a provision of federal appropriations law, it is illegal to use foreign aid to “lobby for or against abortion.” TheU.S. Embassy in Nairobi on Friday told the Associated Press that it had suspended or terminated nine grants, but it denied directly funding the referendum’s Yes campaign. Officials obviously were feeling congressional heat, asMr. Smith had obtained documents from USAID‘s inspector general that identified $632,479.99 in federal grants whose explicit and direct purpose was rounding up affirmative votes.
For example, USAID’s Office of Transition Initiatives provided $56,953.33 to the Kenya Muslim Youth Alliance for “one of a series of activities that aim to contribute to an ‘overrepresentation’ of the YES voters at the next referendum.” Broader grants that add up to $23 million went to groups whose activities USAID variously described as “polling,” “communications,” “voter registration,” “roadshows” and “advocacy targeting policy makers.” That means U.S. taxpayers paid the salaries of community organizers in Kenya for the purpose of changing the country’s stance on abortion.
“Do you know what kind of political campaign you can run with $23 million in Kenya, where you can buy even more with the dollar?” Mr. Smithasked. “If a foreign country came into New Jersey for a referendum and dropped $23 million for an outcome that I found antithetical to everything I believe in, I would be outraged.”
The outrage is compounded by the potential illegality of the conduct. That’s why a full investigation of the White House’s involvement in this matter is in order. The United States has an interest in promoting fair and open elections where all sides have the freedom to voice their opinion. The Obama administration has no business spending federal funds to promote the culture of death overseas, especially when such efforts are prohibited by law.
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