The Cypress Times: Sarah Palin continues to help shine the light on Obama’s corruption

Cypress, TX
August 28, 2009

“If you call a cow’s tail a leg, how many legs does she have?
–Abraham Lincoln

Sarah Palin has been on Obama’s case for some time, taking shots at him in almost every speech and TV interview since he took office. Sarah warned us about the dangers of electing Barack Obama, but unfortunately, 52 percent of the nation chose not to listen. Now 100 percent of the nation is suffering because of this severe error in judgment.

The problems are many, and real solutions, proven solutions that work, are AWOL in the Obama regime. Many have real questions why Obama and his democrat/communist party are seemingly, deliberately, allowing the economy to crash and burn, while at the same time running up unprecedented and completely unsustainable debt.

Many wonder what the end game is…

…Obama and his unconstitutional Czars are about to make Ronald Reagan’s utmost fears a reality. As we previously discussed, Obama has some serious anti-American radicals advising him and even writing important legislation, such as the stimulus bill.

We now know that Jeff Jones, a founding member, along with domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, of the Weather Underground, is a member of the Apollo Alliance, the group that wrote the stimulus bill that absolutely no one in Congress read before passing, and Obama signed into law…

…Sarah Palin urged her nearly 900,000 Facebook members to tune in to Becks popular and essential show:

“FOX News’ Glenn Beck is doing an extraordinary job this week walking America behind the scenes of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and outlining who is actually running the White House.Monday night he asked us to invite one friend to watch; tonight I invite all my friends to watch, ” Sarah Palin.

This of course, only helps focus attention on the vital information that Glenn Beck has been giving America this week.

It’s also interesting to note that no one of any credibility is disputing what Beck or Sarah are saying..

The article continues and is embedded with several video clips at The Cypress Times.

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