Since disbelief about Obama's legitimacy is so widespread, with more and more discoveries about him piling up, how could that disbelief not have reached into the military itself, especially since they must obey without question . . . with their lives on the line . . . the orders of their Commander-in-Chief?
I wonder how those elements of the military who have been investigating and are rattled by it felt when Marines in Panetta's audience in Afghanistan were commanded to strip off their weapons so that . . . purportedly . . . they could look like the Afghans in the room . . . and the Marines had no idea who among the Afghans might be infiltrators ready to blow.
Aside from logic, the information came to Wall Street Insider from, he said, "a source I trust completely" and it's "An operation if you will. Covert." Maybe in our military there are a few like the Honduran constitution-keepers?
I was surprised and disapointed that Ulsterman didn't perceive the importance, the significance, of those certain military investigating. If he had, he probably could've learned more about it from WSI.
In the reader comments, M. Simon (March 15, 2012 at 2:14 am) said: <FYI the military doesn’t rattle. If they are rattled that is some very serious shite.>
And recall what WSI said about the economy?
<. . . Ron Paul…his message of the dangers of monetary policy, of debt and deficit…that message may very well prove to be the most pertinent to the near term future of the Unites States. While the candidate may be quite flawed – the message is not.
People speak of the 16 trillion debt? As astonishing that amount is – it is nothing when compared to the $100 trillion represented by inflationary legacy costs that face the United States alone. Watch for what is happening not in Greece – there are examples far closer to home. Watch what is now underway in New York, Californian, Illinois. As the number of retirees rise – the foundation for those economies face total collapse. And once those somewhat localized bond markets collapse…it threatens the entire system. Once a country like China then pulls back…as they likely will…the entire system dissipates. . . .>
Apparently MANY Obots don't like White House Insider and Wall Street Insider trumpeting their intel. This morning Ulsterman posted:
<The site has been receiving a considerable amount of spam of late requiring mass deletions of comments as it would take hours to wade through each one. At its worst the site is being hit by nearly a thousand such spam posts in the comments section several times a day.> http://theulstermanreport.com/2012/03/16/regarding-deleted-comments
That's kind of the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval regarding the Insiders' info, no?