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Barack Obama: “First Jewish President”

December 11, 2008

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5 Responses to “Barack Obama: “First Jewish President””

  1. K-Sensor on December 12th, 2008 5:04 am

    Forget about Whites shooting Obama. Do we think a Black will take him out for misrepresenting everything they trusted in him?

  2. PROPAGANDAWERKS on December 13th, 2008 1:12 am

    I believe it was the duty of George Bush to bring America to its knees, now it is Obama’s function to drive the final nail of globalism into our coffin.

    http://propagandawerks.blogspot.com

  3. Z.O.G. on December 13th, 2008 2:47 am

    Barack Obama

    Same Jews, different puppet.

    :-)

  4. Z.O.G. on December 13th, 2008 2:49 am

    The Jews who Run Barack Obama

    Rahm Emanuel(Jewish), 48, This Illinois Congressman and former Clinton White House adviser has been named White House Chief of Staff for President Elect Obama, bringing a wealth of experience with him. A dual citizen of Israel and lifelong Mossad operative, Emanuel has been a stalwart ally and liaison to the Jewish community. In Washington he is known to be hot-tempered, foul-mouthed, and extremely effective.

    David Plouffe(Jewish), 41, Barack Obama’s somewhat reclusive campaign manager, Plouffe is the man who engineered the surprise victory in the Iowa caucuses and reigned over one of the most disciplined campaigns in modern history. When Mr Obama trailed John McCain in the national polls in early September, Plouffe was the man reminding everyone to remain calm. In the end, he was right. Asked whether he’d take a job in the new administration, Plouffe responded: “I’ve done my part.”

    David Axelrod(Jewish), 52, The chief strategist behind Mr Obama’s historic win, David Axelrod is perhaps the country’s most successful political consultant who hasn’t moved to Washington. He engineered Mr Obama’s election to the US Senate in 2004 and stuck with him all the way to the White House. Axelrod’s hard-hitting style is largely responsible for the Obama campaign’s extremely aggressive approach to traditionally Republican strongholds. Whether or not he will move there now to join the administration in a Karl Rove-style role is the source of much speculation.

    Penny Pritzker(Jewish), 49, The chair of Mr Obama’s national finance committee, Penny Pritzker is perhaps the most powerful woman in America and also one of the richest, as heiress to part of the Pritzker family fortune(believed in excess of $40 billion). Chosen by her late uncle to help oversee the family’s vast portfolio of investments that includes Hyatt hotels, real estate investments, and 40% of the Marmon Group. According to Bloomberg, Penny gets much of the credit for getting Obama elected and for “organizing the best-financed campaign in US history.”

    John Podesta(Jewish), 59, Bill Clinton’s White House Chief of Staff from 1998 through to the end of his term, Podesta has been tapped to head President-elect Obama’s transition team. In his new role, he will help Mr Obama to identify Cabinet officials and key members of the incoming administration. Head of the liberal think-tank Centre for American Progress, Podesta stayed largely out of the Democratic primaries.

    Pete Rouse(Jewish), 62, Obama’s chief of staff in the Senate, Rouse has been named Deputy White House Chief of Staff for President Elect Obama and appointed co-chairman of Obama’s transition team. Rouse helped prepare a memo, “The Strategic Plan,” for Obama’s first year in the Senate. Having worked on Capitol Hill for more than 30 years, Rouse has come to be known as “the 101st Senator” for his knowledge and skills.

  5. Z.O.G. on December 13th, 2008 2:49 am

    Barack Obama’s Economic Appointments

    Timothy Geithner(Jewish) – Secretary, U.S. Treasury Department
    Lawrence Summers(Jewish) – Chairman, National Economic Council
    Peter Orszag(Jewish) – Director, Office of Management and Budget
    Paul Volcker(Jewish) – Chairman, Economic Recovery Advisory Board
    Christina Romer(Jewish husband) – Chair, Council of Economic Advisers
    Melody Barnes(Black) – Chair, Domestic Policy Council

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