The strange dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center and the day after

Canada Free Press – by Judi McLeod

Wonder how history will record the day after timeline of the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Center on April 25, 2013; both the peculiar way it went down with five living presidents and their wives and a crowd of 10,000 in attendance—and in particular the fateful day that followed.  

While listening to the hymn’s soul-stirring words, you can see for yourself on the YouTube capturing the momentous event what the five presidents and their wives were doing as it was being sung. On the far left of the stage, Michelle Obama was wearing her trademark frown.  Hillary Clinton preened from behind her husband’s shoulder, and you can see for yourself President Barack Obama gesticulating and yakking away to Barbara Bush during most of the five-minuteperformance below.At the pageant rich ceremony, when the U.S. Army Chorus performed the exquisitely moving Battle Hymn of the Republic, not everyone had goosebumps.

Reporters noted that former President George W. Bush, moved by the opening of the his presidential center four years after his departure from the White House, teared up during his address.

Nobody, of course, mentioned the elephant called The Fundamental Transformation of America up on the stage,  and no president past or present commented on the must-be millions of Americans, who now cry daily at the loss of individual rights and freedoms under the Transformation being forced upon them.

Now we move to the day that followed the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas to Washington, D.C. and to South Bend, Indiana.

In Washington, Barack Obama closed his address to Planned Parenthood, the largest public-funded abortion provider in America by saying, “God Bless You” to Planned Parenthood as the trial of House of Horrors abortionist Kermit Gosnell was ongoing.

 

There was little public outrage measured at this open insult to the Almighty by the current President of the United States of America, and one wonders if his being called a “fellow Christian” by the co-producer of the most watched television Bible miniseries in viewer history sealed the argument of Obama’s religious denomination.

The shocking news that officials in the Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton primary ballotpetition fraud had been found guilty by a jury followed the Bush Center opening by mere hours.

As things turn out almost almost five years later, it is now known that both Obama and Clinton cheated from the get-go in making their way on to the 2008 presidential primary ballot.

In other words,  when it was too late to stop them in their tracks, a jury in South Bend, Indiana has found that fraud put President Obama and Hilary Clinton on the presidential primary ballot in Indiana in the 2008 election. (Fox News, April 26, 2013). “Two Democratic political operatives were convicted Thursday night in the illegal scheme after only three hours of deliberations in South Bend.  They were found guilty on all counts.”

Unfortunately for so many freedom lovers, an Act that took its birth in South Bend continues to this day with a Hollywood-version presidency that includes the Benghazi coverup still runs America.

The particular item from this turn of events that must bite folks most: “The scheme was hatched in January of 2008, according to affidavits from investigators who cite former Board of Registration worker Lucas Burkett, who told them he was in on the plan at first, but then became uneasy and quit.  He waited three years before telling authorities about it, but if revelations about any forgeries were raised during the election, the petitions could have been challenged during the contest.  A candidate who did not qualify with enough legitimate signatures at the time, could have been bounced from the ballot.”

Not being bounced from the ballot allowed Obama to be introduced on the world stagefrom a Greek column backdrop stage at the Denver Democratic National Convention, and the rest as they say is history, a history destined to take America down.

The spinoff of the fraudulent way Obama and Clinton got on the primary ballot was followed by the very public—but not so noticeable phony—mega nomination squabble between the two politicians.

Almost five years on and the Obama-Clinton Act continues to hold an America-turned-Ameritopia in a seemingly hopeless stranglehold.

Given the beauty of its words, and though unintentional as it may have been,  this time when the U.S. Army Chorus performed the mighty Battle Hymn of the Republic, it could have been America’s Swan Song.

It is for shame that none of the five presidents or their wives who attended Thursday’s Bush presidential center dedication mentioned the glaring decline of America by political deliberate means.

America’s sinking below the waves and the Battle Hymn of the Republic is playing just like the band played Nearer My God to Thee when the Titanic was sinking.

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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.

Judi can be emailed at: judi@canadafreepress.com

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2 thoughts on “The strange dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center and the day after

  1. When we get our country back, make these presently obscene “presidential centers” into public learning centers where We the People may come and go as we please, any time day or night, to learn how these usurping criminals were placed highest in our government and committed untold acts of treason and atrocities against humans and the planet worldwide and within our republic.

  2. The Earth is undergoing major changes and in the end it will all be wiped clean and those surviving will begin again without these vermin and time will erase them from all knowing and that is better than anything to be as though you never existed and gave to mankind nothing notable. I like that.

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