Wednesday, September 21, 2011

The Book of B&B (Basslines and Baseball) Chapter 13

Hello America,

How are you?  Sorry, I just ran my mouth on twitter this morning, getting my accounts straight, trying to get things organized.  This re-edited version will stand until Friday afternoon.

Anyway, let's get the formalities out of the way.

@tmims50 political commentary, Hey, anybody and everybody can get it.  I have a wonderful tweet family, they help me learn, and they help me grow.  They tell me when I am wrong, they pat me on the shoulder when I'm right, they pray for me when I'm down.  It simply doesn't get any better than  that.  Mostly conservative, not necessarily republican, but just folk that love America and grown enough to have intelligent conversation about the state of this country.  And when I'm in the mood, I'll rattle off a good 40 tweets to Obama himself, about whatever hits my mind.  I think that we over 2000, no apps, no programs, just networking.  Censored account

@pendecadentdiva, my commentary about everything else, right now, it’s going to be sports, television, hey just whatever hits my mind. This is my uncensored account and while I do have my days, just real talk, when I am not at work.  I am building my network of entertainers, songwriters, beat makers actors and the like because I will be moving into political issue ads next keep following sending me your music, beats, catching up enough where I can start to listen to the   hundreds of cd's and links I got.  Bear with me..... Just gotta a new site up for all of the songs that I rewrite and a way to interact with artists It will be up and running by October 31st, gotta buy the domain, but health costs come first

We got like 1000 on that account, let's keep making hits, Grammies and everything in between, follow me, I follow back.

@jjauthor Jamie Johnson, her link is to the right, she is the author of the book Don't take My Lemonade Stand, a book that ought to be required reading for every civic class.  Yes, civics is needed, how can inform our youth to use their vote properly when the only elections that schools chose to discuss involve reality shows and popularity contests, we hurt ourselves, we hurt this country by not addressing it.  Her link is the right check it out show her some love, the addy listed above is her twitter account.  good people, great patriot.

@MicheleBachmann no doubt the 46th President.  Yeah, I know right now, Perry, Romney and Palin have the buzz right now, but the race belongs not to the swift nor the strong but he that endureth the longest.  She is a woman of God and said she prayed about this mission God put in her heart and she has not shown me anything to make me think that she takes any of this lightly.  I am trying to be a woman of God and I know together along with the millions of voices some old, some new that are starting to believe in Bachmann(ah-ha.........catchy isn't it) use it, pay me, I need it. we are going to get some hope and change in the white house, we all can believe in......Bachmann style.  her link is to the right, check it out.  check her out.

I have a donation fund to the right, times are hard for everybody but if you have something you want to share, I would appreciate it.  I don't really expect anything from it; it is more of a symbol you know that if I ask, God says I shall receive.  And although PayPal doesn't take prayers, I most certainly do.

Last but not least, show love to my blogging brothers on the right, from spirituality to local Dallas news, to news you can't find anywhere in the mainstream media.  They are courageous men with the audacity to tell the truth, support them please 

Well, yesterday we got a little personal and we will again today, but in a different context.

The first of Jamie Johnson's conservative values defined in Don't Take My Lemonade Stand is personal responsibility.

I like to use quotes to define things......

I made a very racist comment, I have faults, it wasn't mean spirited it was in response to some racist comments that I endured and I hurt someone that I care about it, who doesn't matter.  If they get over it, they do, if they don't, they don't.  Didn't make the comment about them, but they took offense and that's all that matter.

Being me, I didn't apologize at first because I needed to sit down and see where I was wrong.

We are going to use two definitions today from Winston Churchill and Abraham Lincoln to define personal responsibility.

Last night, I was at home.  Got home late, had a paper to write got it through.

Got ticketed as I was getting off the train by fare officers who are rarely on that late the moment a relative called me on the phone.

Walking home almost accosted by some folk who didn't like my words, got home seeing folk hang not in front of my home but around, relishing the day that I move so that the fraud they had going on that house, 2 bedroom house with mail coming for like 50 people literally can continue.

Walked in the door tired, and pissed.....

Enduring identity theft, you get tired.  You get tired of being treated like the criminal because law enforcement and elected officials treat illegals like they are the victims versus the criminals.  So I wasn't in the best of moods when I made the comments been a long day.  

It is time for me to move.  There are those who will hurt me to stay, those who will hurt me in order for me to move....can't win either way.

I wake up in the night after taking my narcotic pain pills to an awful pain, so bad, the feeling of nausea hurts....anytime you have abdominal surgery anything, ANYTHING INVOLVING that region hurts so bad.... so bad.

I am dead tired and I wake up and realize that my ex is trying to break into my home again.  I hear him at the door, I hear him on the side of the house, and I hear his mom telling him to come on after my dogs wake up the neighbors.

I'm hurt because I don't have anything to do with this dude anymore, but I am on food stamps all that type of stuff now and me being on it, means members of his family that were using my ssn and identity can't be and not only cannot they not be, the food stamp office is gonna want money back and probably press charges.

Personal Responsibility

Churchill says the price of greatness is responsibility.

And I thought about this and I want you to think about this as we move rather quickly into Obama's latest socialist declaration.

The price of greatness is responsibility.

I hold myself accountable first.  Although the police catching me at the last minute with tickets hoping that I can't pay, getting warrants and starting roads that I no longer want to travel is on them, I made an active choice to be great in regards to not going down those roads again.

I made an active choice in picking myself up through god's grace and following the rules of this country and getting back together.

I thought about my nemesis at the moment, my ex mother-in-law, she prides herself on being the great provider for her family nothing wrong with that, but because of her greatness in regard to get away with millions of dollars in fraud, she lost sight of the responsibility she owes her children by involving them in her schemes.

Instead of addressing and taking it like a woman, she sent her sons to hurt me last night.....

Personal Responsibility

Lincoln says you cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by avoiding it today.....

so let's get it together.

Jamie Johnson asserts that personal responsibility is number one on her list of conservative values,

Churchill defines Responsibility as the price of greatness and 

Lincoln asserts you can't escape that Responsibility of tomorrow by avoiding it today.

We'll get back to the personal, now let's go through Obama's address to the UN to see if we see some responsibility....and then we'll address the 2012rs on the right and their grades in that matter.

It's lengthy bear with me.... I'll respond and analyze as we go along

Mr. President, Mr. Secretary General, fellow delegates, ladies and gentlemen: It is a great honor for me to be here today. I would like to talk to you about a subject that is at the heart of the United Nations — the pursuit of peace in an imperfect world.

War and conflict have been with us since the beginning of civilizations. But in the first part of the 20th century, the advance of modern weaponry led to death on a staggering scale. It was this killing that compelled the founders of this body to build an institution that was focused not just on ending one war, but on averting others; a union of sovereign states that would seek to prevent conflict, while also addressing its causes.

Actually, Mr. Obama you start out with mistruths.  The bloodiest war to date was in the civil war at the time that Lincoln made that comment on responsibility.  The United Nations was not designed to prevent conflict, rather it was designed to control the methods sovereign states go about it.  It wasn't designed to address the causes of those conflicts, over the years social justice on a global scale skewed the original point and purpose of this organization.

No American did more to pursue this objective than President Franklin Roosevelt. He knew that a victory in war was not enough. As he said at one of the very first meetings on the founding of the United Nations, “We have got to make, not merely peace, but a peace that will last.”

Who are you to say that FDR did more to advance this than any other American?  I assert that it was our founding fathers.  They realized in their pursuit of a great society their responsibility to defend and create it.  There would be no United Nations, no FDR, and no Barack Obama if it were not for them.  No man can create a peace that can last; even Jesus had to tell peace to be still.  You and FDR were overstepping your pay grade by more than a tad.  And although you might love to compare yourself to FDR, to a voting demographic that knows the cast members of Jersey Shore but not the men who signed the declaration of independence, let me give you some free campaign advice....chill, use more relevant historical figures the folk can relate to.

The men and women who built this institution understood that peace is more than just the absence of war. A lasting peace — for nations and for individuals — depends on a sense of justice and opportunity, of dignity and freedom. It depends on struggle and sacrifice, on compromise, and on a sense of common humanity.

Peace is not the antithesis of war, I know from your background it is.  There is peace in war, there is war in peace.  Peace is just a state where one side does not have to attack the other to obtain needs.  Peace lasts when leaders and citizens have the courage to address the responsibilities of today to ensure that it does not burden the generations to come.  Common humanity is not a requirement for peace, no is compromise, there is peace when a winner wins a war.  It depends on struggle and sacrifice but not compromise, but I know we all know where you headed with this, so let's continue

One delegate to the San Francisco Conference that led to the creation of the United Nations put it well: “Many people,” she said, “have talked as if all that has to be done to get peace was to say loudly and frequently that we loved peace and we hated war. Now we have learned that no matter how much we love peace and hate war, we cannot avoid having war brought upon us if there are convulsions in other parts of the world.”

The fact that someone out of San Francisco started the UN is not surprising at all.  But her comments are a copout.  How we live in this country is not a requirement for war upon us, what they lack in their country and how they live is....  It is not our fault that we are successful as a country, anymore it is not our fault that they are not.  Fair is Fair since you have gotten a habit of throwing that term around dear sir.

The fact is peace is hard. But our people demand it. Over nearly seven decades, even as the United Nations helped avert a third world war, we still live in a world scarred by conflict and plagued by poverty. Even as we proclaim our love for peace and our hatred of war, there are still convulsions in our world that endanger us all.

Our people don't demand peace, you do.  Our people demand life, liberty and the pursuit of justice things guaranteed in the constitution not the UN charter.  As long as there is one man willing to take from another man with the use of force, baby, there will be conflict, as long as there is one man who thinks different from another there will be conflict and fiscal and physical disparity, you too old to know that. You, Pelosi and the rest of your crew hate war, I don't.  That's your deal, not this nation's.  You avoid the Responsibility of leading today by trying to impose your personal ideals on the future that affects us all tomorrow.  You not our daddy, Barack, just another elected official.

I took office at a time of two wars for the United States. Moreover, the violent extremists who drew us into war in the first place — Osama bin Laden, and his al Qaeda organization — remained at large. Today, we’ve set a new direction.

They still here, Bin Laden influenced many and had passed the torch before OUR NAVY SEALS NOT YOU, ended his reign.  Al Qaeda still here killing leaders in Afghanistan, making alliance with Muslim Brotherhood.  You have set a new direction, a brazen one, I might add, towards acknowledging terrorist organizations through empowering a Muslim power takeover in the middle east.  That sir we can agree on and please know that you will be held accountable on.

At the end of this year, America’s military operation in Iraq will be over. We will have a normal relationship with a sovereign nation that is a member of the community of nations. That equal partnership will be strengthened by our support for Iraq — for its government and for its security forces, for its people and for their aspirations.

You are leaving a nation flooded with Iranian Shiite allies empowering dirty and corrupt troops with arms with no oversight, just to get votes on the basis that you kept a campaign promise.  Iraq doesn't have the infrastructure or the economy of the barest of third world countries where is the equality in that partnership, Mr. President?

As we end the war in Iraq, the United States and our coalition partners have begun a transition in Afghanistan. Between now and 2014, an increasingly capable Afghan government and security forces will step forward to take responsibility for the future of their country. As they do, we are drawing down our own forces, while building an enduring partnership with the Afghan people.

No that is not the case, key allies even Karzad himself excuse the spelling is realizing that you unlike any other president before run wars according to campaign and voter registration deadlines and the growing alliances with Al Qaeda and Pakistani rebels and militants reflect, but you bent on pounding your chest because it’s not like your domestic achievements are worth a crap so go on.  The world has gotten to know you over these three years, you have shown our allies and our enemies alike your loyalties do not belong to the nation you were asked to lead, and your loyalties belong to the country you want to lead.

So let there be no doubt: The tide of war is receding. When I took office, roughly 180,000 Americans were serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. By the end of this year, that number will be cut in half, and it will continue to decline. This is critical for the sovereignty of Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s also critical to the strength of the United States as we build our nation at home.

Really, just because it's over for you.  Ask about the wars with the Mexican Cartels and their government.  What about the precious babies in Burma, in Georgia, in Somalia, in Congo Republic killed because of bloodlines and beliefs.....  War stops because you bring troops home.... Darn, Barack, the scary part is that you believe this mess....

You want the greatness so bad, but if things go wrong, it won't be your fault, it will be bush's....

Personal Responsibility.

Moreover, we are poised to end these wars from a position of strength. Ten years ago, there was an open wound and twisted steel, a broken heart in the center of this city. Today, as a new tower is rising at Ground Zero, it symbolizes New York’s renewal, even as al Qaeda is under more pressure than ever before. Its leadership has been degraded. And Osama bin Laden, a man who murdered thousands of people from dozens of countries, will never endanger the peace of the world again.

A tower that you won't allow to be named freedom tower, because Muslim nations don't want to do business in a tower named freedom towers #SaveAmerica check it out on twitter.  Al Qaeda is getting Afghanistan back and their brothers in arms the Muslim Brotherhood now run the majority of the middle east.  Bin Laden gone but like after he lived a full life and empowered so many good illegals that are still here in terror cells that you refuse to deport or investigate, time to stop pounding your chest love, #forthood the #christmasnightmare that almost happened demand that.

Stop worrying about taking credit for today and do what you need to ensure tomorrow, the presidential library we all know your corporate donors will pay for will do that.

So, yes, this has been a difficult decade. But today, we stand at a crossroads of history with the chance to move decisively in the direction of peace. To do so, we must return to the wisdom of those who created this institution. The United Nations’ Founding Charter calls upon us, “to unite our strength to maintain international peace and security.” And Article 1 of this General Assembly’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights reminds us that, “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and in rights.” Those bedrock beliefs — in the responsibility of states, and the rights of men and women — must be our guide.

Baby, love, President, EVERY SINGLE DAY THIS COUNTRY HAD THE AUDACITY TO CREATE FREEDOM ON LEVEL UNSEEN HAS BEEN DIFICULT.  You have had a supermajority and a voting demographic who voted to give a social and cultural mandate versus the economic and security health of this country.  Trust you a'right.  Not your right nor role to maintain international peace and security, if you wanted to do that you should have taken that shiny Nobel peace prize and put in an application to be their President not ours. Our bedrocks beliefs lie in what Ms. Johnson asserted in her book, what our founding fathers said, we hold these truths to be self-evident so that even a Fabian socialist like you Mr. President could understand, that ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL, THAT THEY ARE ENDOWED BY THEIR CREATOR, WITH CERTAIN UNALIENABLE RIGHTS, THAT AMONG THESE ARE LIFE, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPISNES, none of which is reflected in the UN charter.  You speak for this country, sir when you make an address using the oval office, when you wanna speak on your own, you pass out flyers, and you’ve done it before you know how it goes.

And in that effort, we have reason to hope. This year has been a time of extraordinary transformation. More nations have stepped forward to maintain international peace and security. And more individuals are claiming their universal right to live in freedom and dignity.

No, that's not true, but what you have given is Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood the middle east and Afghanistan and why shouldn't they be ecstatic..... their brother is fighting for them.  Love brings change, not hope and your actions show that the change you bringing to the world ain't from the love of this country.

Think about it: One year ago, when we met here in New York, the prospect of a successful referendum in South Sudan was in doubt. But the international community overcame old divisions to support the agreement that had been negotiated to give South Sudan self-determination. And last summer, as a new flag went up in Juba, former soldiers laid down their arms, men and women wept with joy, and children finally knew the promise of looking to a future that they will shape.

One year ago, the people of Côte D’Ivoire approached a landmark election. And when the incumbent lost, and refused to respect the results, the world refused to look the other way. U.N. peacekeepers were harassed, but they did not leave their posts. The Security Council, led by the United States and Nigeria and France, came together to support the will of the people. And Côte D’Ivoire is now governed by the man who was elected to lead.

But how long will it be before the UN and NATO is asking for funds because the government of that country has collapsed.... even France is tired of this with you, Obama.  America leads the world and the UN by example not by handouts or bailouts.

One year ago, the hopes of the people of Tunisia were suppressed. But they chose the dignity of peaceful protest over the rule of an iron fist. A vendor lit a spark that took his own life, but he ignited a movement. In a face of a crackdown, students spelled out the word, “freedom.” The balance of fear shifted from the ruler to those that he ruled. And now the people of Tunisia are preparing for elections that will move them one step closer to the democracy that they deserve.

One year ago, Egypt had known one President for nearly 30 years. But for 18 days, the eyes of the world were glued to Tahrir Square, where Egyptians from all walks of life — men and women, young and old, Muslim and Christian — demanded their universal rights. We saw in those protesters the moral force of non-violence that has lit the world from Delhi to Warsaw, from Selma to South Africa — and we knew that change had come to Egypt and to the Arab world.

Yes, changed has come to the Arab World and I knew when the king of Saudi gave you his nation's bling that it was for a reason, you have empowered the Muslim Brotherhood chokehold on the Middle East, Christians are dying every day in Egypt.  The Responsibility of the greatness in regards to the power you have put in militant Muslims hands should not be skirted, dear sir.  You pound your chest for everything else, be proud and be TRUTHFUL in this achievement as well.

One year ago, the people of Libya were ruled by the world’s longest-serving dictator. But faced with bullets and bombs and a dictator who threatened to hunt them down like rats, they showed relentless bravery. We will never forget the words of the Libyan who stood up in those early days of the revolution and said, “Our words are free now.” It’s a feeling you can’t explain. Day after day, in the face of bullets and bombs, the Libyan people refused to give back that freedom. And when they were threatened by the kind of mass atrocity that often went unchallenged in the last century, the United Nations lived up to its charter. The Security Council authorized all necessary measures to prevent a massacre. The Arab League called for this effort; Arab nations joined a NATO-led coalition that halted Qaddafi’s forces in their tracks.

In the months that followed, the will of the coalition proved unbreakable, and the will of the Libyan people could not be denied. Forty-two years of tyranny was ended in six months. From Tripoli to Misurata to Benghazi — today, Libya is free. Yesterday, the leaders of a new Libya took their rightful place beside us, and this week, the United States is reopening our embassy in Tripoli.

A leader who backed you, who as Farrakhan said selected you before some of us elected you.  A man that you broke your duties and committed impeachable offenses to remove through the dearth of congressional approval.  Doesn't matter who did it before you, they were wrong and you were wrong and you did all that to once again put the power of another country in the middle east into Militant Muslim hands thus rendering our key ally Israel into further danger.  Take personal responsibility for your actions, Mr.  President by telling the whole truth.

This is how the international community is supposed to work — nations standing together for the sake of peace and security, and individuals claiming their rights. Now, all of us have a responsibility to support the new Libya — the new Libyan government as they confront the challenge of turning this moment of promise into a just and lasting peace for all Libyans.

NO, that is your idea of how it is supposed to work and you don't speak for the world, anymore than you speak for the entirety of this nation.  You can't avoid and demonize the citizens who pay your salary for the sake of others, not even the Libya you put in Muslim hands.

So this has been a remarkable year. The Qaddafi regime is over. Gbagbo, Ben Ali, Mubarak are no longer in power. Osama bin Laden is gone, and the idea that change could only come through violence has been buried with him. Something is happening in our world. The way things have been is not the way that they will be. The humiliating grip of corruption and tyranny is being pried open. Dictators are on notice. Technology is putting power into the hands of the people. The youth are delivering a powerful rebuke to dictatorship, and rejecting the lie that some races, some peoples, some religions, some ethnicities do not desire democracy. The promise written down on paper — “all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights” — is closer at hand.

All humans are not born free, nor in dignity or rights....  The world existed before the UN and will after we revoke the free rent they live on in NYC.  Dictators are on notice, if you are Muslim expect US support, if you are not, expect regime change.  The and Hitler can't stay away from the children can you.  The fights for freedom are for the grown to fight and the children to enjoy, not the other way around.  Some people don't want democracy and that is their right, who are we to tell a nation how to live.  That world workers one world crap is you and Ambassador Rice's Zimbabwe dream, not ours.

But let us remember: Peace is hard. Peace is hard. Progress can be reversed. Prosperity comes slowly. Societies can split apart. The measure of our success must be whether people can live in sustained freedom, dignity, and security. And the United Nations and its member states must do their part to support those basic aspirations. And we have more work to do.

The measure of our success is our ability to have a world for the future generations yet to come all over the world, not obligation to the UN charter.  We cannot judge another man's home and ours is filthy dear sir.

In Iran, we’ve seen a government that refuses to recognize the rights of its own people. As we meet here today, men and women and children are being tortured, detained and murdered by the Syrian regime. Thousands have been killed, many during the holy time of Ramadan. Thousands more have poured across Syria’s borders. The Syrian people have shown dignity and courage in their pursuit of justice — protesting peacefully, standing silently in the streets, dying for the same values that this institution is supposed to stand for. And the question for us is clear: Will we stand with the Syrian people, or with their oppressors?

You saved Libya, but you let those who protested against Iran's leaders to die in waiting for America's help.  Ramadan is not the only time people die, people die on Christmas, good Easter, Buddhist holidays but like I say love brings change and your change reflects who you love, your Muslim brothers and sisters if not in religion, in culture.  Not going to pressure Syria when you have committed impeachable offenses and should be tried for treason at home, we can't afford it.  The summer of recovery was as flat as a cheap soda.

Already, the United States has imposed strong sanctions on Syria’s leaders. We supported a transfer of power that is responsive to the Syrian people. And many of our allies have joined in this effort. But for the sake of Syria — and the peace and security of the world — we must speak with one voice. There’s no excuse for inaction. Now is the time for the United Nations Security Council to sanction the Syrian regime, and to stand with the Syrian people.

Throughout the region, we will have to respond to the calls for change. In Yemen, men, women and children gather by the thousands in towns and city squares every day with the hope that their determination and spilled blood will prevail over a corrupt system. America supports those aspirations. We must work with Yemen’s neighbors and our partners around the world to seek a path that allows for a peaceful transition of power from President Saleh, and a movement to free and fair elections as soon as possible.

In Bahrain, steps have been taken toward reform and accountability. We’re pleased with that, but more is required. America is a close friend of Bahrain, and we will continue to call on the government and the main opposition bloc — the Wifaq — to pursue a meaningful dialogue that brings peaceful change that is responsive to the people. We believe the patriotism that binds Bahrainis together must be more powerful than the sectarian forces that would tear them apart. It will be hard, but it is possible.

I know fight on for your Muslim Brotherhood, fight on for the destruction of Israel of the empowerment of a total Muslim state in the middle east, but understand Mr. President, it will not continue on our dime nor the backs of our soldiers

We believe that each nation must chart its own course to fulfill the aspirations of its people, and America does not expect to agree with every party or person who expresses themselves politically. But we will always stand up for the universal rights that were embraced by this Assembly. Those rights depend on elections that are free and fair; on governance that is transparent and accountable; respect for the rights of women and minorities; justice that is equal and fair. That is what our people deserve. Those are the elements of peace that can last.

You defend the rights of sharia law through the justice department and say that sir.... you use words like transparency and accountability, but solyndra and other issues you refuse to address, including an illegal uncle who committed a felony an automatic deportable offense, you not only make yourself look foolish, but our nation for tolerating you as we should.

We must be held accountable for tolerating your coup....

Moreover, the United States will continue to support those nations that transition to democracy — with greater trade and investment — so that freedom is followed by opportunity. We will pursue a deeper engagement with governments, but also with civil society — students and entrepreneurs, political parties and the press. We have banned those who abuse human rights from traveling to our country. And we’ve sanctioned those who trample on human rights abroad. And we will always serve as a voice for those who’ve been silenced.

Not on our dime, we don't have it.  We will not pay for associations with your Muslim Brotherhoods.

Now, I know, particularly this week, that for many in this hall, there’s one issue that stands as a test for these principles and a test for American foreign policy, and that is the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

One year ago, I stood at this podium and I called for an independent Palestine. I believed then, and I believe now, that the Palestinian people deserve a state of their own. But what I also said is that a genuine peace can only be realized between the Israelis and the Palestinians themselves. One year later, despite extensive efforts by America and others, the parties have not bridged their differences. Faced with this stalemate, I put forward a new basis for negotiations in May of this year. That basis is clear. It’s well known to all of us here. Israelis must know that any agreement provides assurances for their security. Palestinians deserve to know the territorial basis of their state.

Now, I know that many are frustrated by the lack of progress. I assure you, so am I. But the question isn’t the goal that we seek — the question is how do we reach that goal. And I am convinced that there is no short cut to the end of a conflict that has endured for decades. Peace is hard work. Peace will not come through statements and resolutions at the United Nations — if it were that easy, it would have been accomplished by now. Ultimately, it is the Israelis and the Palestinians who must live side by side. Ultimately, it is the Israelis and the Palestinians — not us –- who must reach agreement on the issues that divide them: on borders and on security, on refugees and Jerusalem.

Ultimately, peace depends upon compromise among people who must live together long after our speeches are over, long after our votes have been tallied. That’s the lesson of Northern Ireland, where ancient antagonists bridged their differences. That’s the lesson of Sudan, where a negotiated settlement led to an independent state. And that is and will be the path to a Palestinian state — negotiations between the parties.

We seek a future where Palestinians live in a sovereign state of their own, with no limit to what they can achieve. There’s no question that the Palestinians have seen that vision delayed for too long. It is precisely because we believe so strongly in the aspirations of the Palestinian people that America has invested so much time and so much effort in the building of a Palestinian state, and the negotiations that can deliver a Palestinian state.

You do not speak on behalf of the American people, you speak to appeal to Muslim voters, let the distinction be made.

But understand this as well: America’s commitment to Israel’s security is unshakeable. Our friendship with Israel is deep and enduring. And so we believe that any lasting peace must acknowledge the very real security concerns that Israel faces every single day.

You cannot support both, you cannot escape the reponsibility of the middle east by avoiding making a true choice today.  You cannot.

Let us be honest with ourselves: Israel is surrounded by neighbors that have waged repeated wars against it. Israel’s citizens have been killed by rockets fired at their houses and suicide bombs on their buses. Israel’s children come of age knowing that throughout the region, other children are taught to hate them. Israel, a small country of less than eight million people, look out at a world where leaders of much larger nations threaten to wipe it off of the map. The Jewish people carry the burden of centuries of exile and persecution, and fresh memories of knowing that six million people were killed simply because of who they are. Those are facts. They cannot be denied.

The Jewish people have forged a successful state in their historic homeland. Israel deserves recognition. It deserves normal relations with its neighbors. And friends of the Palestinians do them no favors by ignoring this truth, just as friends of Israel must recognize the need to pursue a two-state solution with a secure Israel next to an independent Palestine.

That is the truth — each side has legitimate aspirations — and that’s part of what makes peace so hard. And the deadlock will only be broken when each side learns to stand in the other’s shoes; each side can see the world through the other’s eyes. That’s what we should be encouraging. That’s what we should be promoting.

This body — founded, as it was, out of the ashes of war and genocide, dedicated, as it is, to the dignity of every single person — must recognize the reality that is lived by both the Palestinians and the Israelis. The measure of our actions must always be whether they advance the right of Israeli and Palestinian children to live lives of peace and security and dignity and opportunity. And we will only succeed in that effort if we can encourage the parties to sit down, to listen to each other, and to understand each other’s hopes and each other’s fears. That is the project to which America is committed. There are no shortcuts. And that is what the United Nations should be focused on in the weeks and months to come.

Now, even as we confront these challenges of conflict and revolution, we must also recognize — we must also remind ourselves — that peace is not just the absence of war. True peace depends on creating the opportunity that makes life worth living. And to do that, we must confront the common enemies of humanity: nuclear weapons and poverty, ignorance and disease. These forces corrode the possibility of lasting peace and together we’re called upon to confront them.

To lift the specter of mass destruction, we must come together to pursue the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons. Over the last two years, we’ve begun to walk down that path. Since our Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, nearly 50 nations have taken steps to secure nuclear materials from terrorists and smugglers. Next March, a summit in Seoul will advance our efforts to lock down all of them. The New START Treaty between the United States and Russia will cut our deployed arsenals to the lowest level in half a century, and our nations are pursuing talks on how to achieve even deeper reductions. America will continue to work for a ban on the testing of nuclear weapons and the production of fissile material needed to make them.

You will not disarm this nation of nuclear weapons, you will be removed on dereliction of duty first, let this serve as formal notice.  I don't care what you promised the Nobel Peace Prize to get that medal, but you will be in a casket first politically, hopefully before you ever disarm this nation. UNDERSTAND THAT.

And so we have begun to move in the right direction. And the United States is committed to meeting our obligations. But even as we meet our obligations, we’ve strengthened the treaties and institutions that help stop the spread of these weapons. And to do so, we must continue to hold accountable those nations that flout them.

WE ARE MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION, AT LEAST IN THIS COUNTRY, through the tea party and democrats with sense fighting for their party to end your geo political agenda, we cannot hold anyone accountable until we hold ourselves accountable.  Just because you do not address personal responsibility does not mean this nation does.

The Iranian government cannot demonstrate that its program is peaceful. It has not met its obligations and it rejects offers that would provide it with peaceful nuclear power. North Korea has yet to take concrete steps towards abandoning its weapons and continues belligerent action against the South. There’s a future of greater opportunity for the people of these nations if their governments meet their international obligations. But if they continue down a path that is outside international law, they must be met with greater pressure and isolation. That is what our commitment to peace and security demands.

There is no need to threaten Iran while you sat idly by and let it become nuclear outside of sounding tough in comparison to the candidates that will face you on election day.  give it up, sir.

To bring prosperity to our people, we must promote the growth that creates opportunity. In this effort, let us not forget that we’ve made enormous progress over the last several decades. Closed societies gave way to open markets. Innovation and entrepreneurship has transformed the way we live and the things that we do. Emerging economies from Asia to the Americas have lifted hundreds of millions of people from poverty. It’s an extraordinary achievement. And yet, three years ago, we were confronted with the worst financial crisis in eight decades. And that crisis proved a fact that has become clearer with each passing year — our fates are interconnected. In a global economy, nations will rise, or fall, together.

No, America will rise regardless, that's why we are the eagles of the world, whether you took it off the seal or not does not matter.

And today, we confront the challenges that have followed on the heels of that crisis. Around the world recovery is still fragile. Markets remain volatile. Too many people are out of work. Too many others are struggling just to get by. We acted together to avert a depression in 2009. We must take urgent and coordinated action once more. Here in the United States, I’ve announced a plan to put Americans back to work and jumpstart our economy, at the same time as I’m committed to substantially reducing our deficits over time.

You called for a classwarfare war, a bill you know will not pass, please don't insult the UN by thinking they don't understand that.

We stand with our European allies as they reshape their institutions and address their own fiscal challenges. For other countries, leaders face a different challenge as they shift their economy towards more self-reliance, boosting domestic demand while slowing inflation. So we will work with emerging economies that have rebounded strongly, so that rising standards of living create new markets that promote global growth. That’s what our commitment to prosperity demands.

To combat the poverty that punishes our children, we must act on the belief that freedom from want is a basic human right. The United States has made it a focus of our engagement abroad to help people to feed themselves. And today, as drought and conflict have brought famine to the Horn of Africa, our conscience calls on us to act. Together, we must continue to provide assistance, and support organizations that can reach those in need. And together, we must insist on unrestricted humanitarian access so that we can save the lives of thousands of men and women and children. Our common humanity is at stake. Let us show that the life of a child in Somalia is as precious as any other. That is what our commitment to our fellow human beings demand

Every life is precious and every life is not free, we don't have it and you will not be allowed to rob from us when poverty levels in this country have reached new highs simply because they are higher in other countries.  Join feed the children or something..

To stop disease that spreads across borders, we must strengthen our system of public health. We will continue the fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. We will focus on the health of mothers and of children. And we must come together to prevent, and detect, and fight every kind of biological danger — whether it’s a pandemic like H1N1, or a terrorist threat, or a treatable disease.

This week, America signed an agreement with the World Health Organization to affirm our commitment to meet this challenge. And today, I urge all nations to join us in meeting the HWO’s [sic] goal of making sure all nations have core capacities to address public health emergencies in place by 2012. That is what our commitment to the health of our people demands.

To preserve our planet, we must not put off action that climate change demands. We have to tap the power of science to save those resources that are scarce. And together, we must continue our work to build on the progress made in Copenhagen and Cancun, so that all the major economies here today follow through on the commitments that were made. Together, we must work to transform the energy that powers our economies, and support others as they move down that path. That is what our commitment to the next generation demands.

You didn't tell that to Brazil and Mexico when you let them drill in our gulf, please.....

And to make sure our societies reach their potential, we must allow our citizens to reach theirs. No country can afford the corruption that plagues the world like a cancer. Together, we must harness the power of open societies and open economies. That’s why we’ve partnered with countries from across the globe to launch a new partnership on open government that helps ensure accountability and helps to empower citizens. No country should deny people their rights to freedom of speech and freedom of religion, but also no country should deny people their rights because of who they love, which is why we must stand up for the rights of gays and lesbians everywhere.



Understand that. Know that. This is a nation born of rebels, we are the most armed citizenry in the world.  Be it the English Empire or the geo political Empire global barons like Soros are built on being, we bow down to no man, or power but GOD.

And no country can realize its potential if half its population cannot reach theirs. This week, the United States signed a new Declaration on Women’s Participation. Next year, we should each announce the steps we are taking to break down the economic and political barriers that stand in the way of women and girls. This is what our commitment to human progress demands.

I know there’s no straight line to that progress, no single path to success. We come from different cultures, and carry with us different histories. But let us never forget that even as we gather here as heads of different governments, we represent citizens who share the same basic aspirations — to live with dignity and freedom; to get an education and pursue opportunity; to love our families, and love and worship our God; to live in the kind of peace that makes life worth living.

Peace ain't a requirement to make life living maybe for you.... the peace corps takes workers of all ages, sign up.

It is the nature of our imperfect world that we are forced to learn these lessons over and over again. Conflict and repression will endure so long as some people refuse to do unto others as we would have them do unto us. Yet that is precisely why we have built institutions like this — to bind our fates together, to help us recognize ourselves in each other — because those who came before us believed that peace is preferable to war, and freedom is preferable to suppression, and prosperity is preferable to poverty. That’s the message that comes not from capitals, but from citizens, from our people.

As long as people like me are willing to sacrifice all so that the babies can have a future and do what it is as they wish and folk like you think you know how all should live, conflict and repression will remain....  The UN don't even pay for the real estate they condemn us on, they live off of our dime ......not from our people, maybe from yours, dear sir.

And when the cornerstone of this very building was put in place, President Truman came here to New York and said, “The United Nations is essentially an expression of the moral nature of man’s aspirations.” The moral nature of man’s aspirations. As we live in a world that is changing at a breathtaking pace, that’s a lesson that we must never forget.

And if God or I or some other conservative were there, we would have told him, nah love.....this is your hot mess, it is an expression of your aspirations, we just want freedom.

Peace is hard, but we know that it is possible. So, together, let us be resolved to see that it is defined by our hopes and not by our fears. Together, let us make peace, but a peace, most importantly, that will last.

Peace will never last as long as one man is willing to use force against another and you are too old dear sir, not to know that.

Thank you very much. (Applause.)

Notice throughout the speech, I kept referring to the fact that love brings change.  The love of something turns into a better or worse woman or man.

What has the love of turned Obama into, whether I like him or not he is nothing like the man of hope and change in 2008?  He is everything you all accused Bush of being.

I am determined just as much as he is to save the world to save this nation, and I am thinking about moving to nilly Illi to start so.  With the way he is treated his home state, I think I can turn it red.

Personal Responsibility starts with accountability of our own actions. 

Nothing would have been wrong with Obama's speech if he just would have said from the start, this is my personal feelings, y'all.....

The price of restoring this country's greatness is responsibility, I can't sit in the fiscal luxury of Texas or the pleasurable weather of home in Los Angeles, and not be as willing to endure the beast of all political corruption in Chicago....

Where there is faith, there can be no fear.

When I walk at home at night or sleep due to identity theft and in laws who should be in jail along with the dirty laws that empower them,

nor on Lake Michigan or State Street in Chicago.....

let's end with a song.  Illinois GOP get me a job, I'll be there in a couple of months, I can commute for big sis....

Gonna turn these great lake states back red like they need to be.

all this purple one world crap is for the birds, until we get our country back.  

This ain't about ideology,

this is about values, and I have to fight and empower all my brothers and sisters in all states.

Time to end the Corruption of Chicago and for all of those who say it can't happen.

"if you want something to happen, tell a Texan it can't be done" Martin Frost.

Personal Responsibility manifested.

Baby Boy, Barack totally for you today,  Jamie Foxx is one of your people

Don't think because we peaceful that we don't see the parts of your plan
Just cause we respect you, don't think you are sole thinker for man
I know you look at this country with anger that fulfills the depths of your heart
But baby boy can't you see our way of life is what gave you your start
Now everyone has there own stories and nobodys ends quite the same.
That's why I taking your city cuz how you do them is a shame

Know love brings change
Love brings change
Love brings change
Love brings change
Oh love brings change no need to fear it
Love love love brings change

Who are you to judge the appearance of God's angels he sent to bring you to an end
Sometimes its the start of a new blessing, trying to save this nation dear friend
Now you got us living in fear and anger, envious of things we can't always hold
But the absence of freedom makes even the sweetest of babies hearts cold

Now all I truly wish I could make it to see a smile for this country in your eyes
I know you won't view this with love and that won't change in due time

But love brings change.
Love brings change
oh love brings change
Love brings change its a fact
Love love brings change
love brings change

Be still (be still) wait on it (wait on it)
on the blessings girl (on the blessings girl)
In the morning time yeah
Be still (be still) wait on it (wait on it)
Change is gonna come oh oh
I know that its hard on your spirit but dont let the pain take your soul.
Even though you live with it dont give in to it
cause inside were the same
cause love brings change

The love for this country, even the for the people who I totally disagree with and don't understand changed the map of my course.

I wish you the best, Mr. Obama, you think I don't but know if nothing else, I gave you the truth, 

God's love of me, through me brought that change .....

Love Brings change brother.

Love for this country, for the ones you dogged first and foremost, have me headed to your woods.

Because they will see me in person fight and stay for them because the absence you left, I'll give them jobs that you promised, opportunity you said you would bring.

Love Brings Change.

It does.....

I wish you loved this country as much as those you are trying to change us for.

Someone tell my ex and his fam, the love for this country changed my life and their scam and we all have to respect that, shouldn't have to come home to danger every night.  I need a day off.
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