An informal coalition of activists upset over the non-stop assault being waged on the Bill of Rights have coordinated protests taking place at major highway overpasses across the country.
A man died and went to heaven. As he stood in front of St.. Peter at the Pearly Gates, he saw a huge wall of clocks behind him.
He asked, “What are all those clocks?”
St. Peter answered, “Those are Lie-Clocks. Everyone on Earth has a Lie-Clock. Every time you lie the hands on your clock will move.”
“Oh,” said the man, “whose clock is that?”
“That’s Mother Teresa’s. The hands have never moved, indicating that she never told a lie.”
“Incredible,” said the man. “And whose clock is that one?”
St. Peter responded, “That’s Abraham Lincoln’s clock. The hands have moved twice, telling us that Abe told only two lies in his entire life.”
“Where’s Obama’s clock?” asked the man.
“Obama’s clock is in Jesus’ office. He’s using it as a ceiling fan.”
The Nation Liberty Foundation website is the nation-wide rally point for those who wish to voice their discontent with the current dictator in chief’s over-abuse of executive power.
The group is encouraging people to host their own events where they can present large readable signs, American flags and “Don’t Tread on Me” gear to traveling motorists.
“MAKE SURE EVERYTHING YOU CARRY WILL BE SECURE, WITH NO CHANCE OF FALLING ONTO THE HIGHWAY BELOW, CAUSING AN ACCIDENT!” the Texas-wide protest effort rally page states. As well, no profanity, crude pictures, banners or signs will be allowed.
Infowars has sent reporters to the Austin event to document (as well as participate in) the protests.
Visit the Nation Liberty Foundation’s event page to find the protest in your area.
August 6, 2013
This article was posted: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 1:08 pm
Journalist Fired for Negative Obama Editorial
President Obama visited Tennessee last week where he was greeted by a mass of protesters. In fact, the entire state seemed to react. Vulnerable republican legislators who are under fire for their more moderate, liberal positions distanced themselves from the President, and then came a surprise from the Chattanooga Times Free Press, which is a local newspaper. An article headlined “Take Your Jobs Plan and Shove it, Mr. President” ran front and center. The article was written by editorial manager, Drew Johnson. Being a medium sized newspaper it is not often that their articles make headlines across the country. However, Johnson changed that. Media from around the country picked up Johnson’s editorial and it became the most read article ever published by the paper.
Johnson says the next day his boss told him that the headline had offended some people, and in the future to run changes by another editor just to have an extra set of eyes on it. Johnson apologized and agreed to the new policy. The paper fired Johnson the next day for “violating the normal editing process”. However, the new policy was in place only after the paper published the article. Furthermore, most people read it online and Johnson says they could have changed the title at any point. He says, “They fired me for a policy that never existed until after I wrote the piece.” Johnson also says, “If it had said President Bush instead of President Obama I’d still have my job today.”
Johnson tweeted, “I just became the first person in the history of newspapers to be fired for writing a paper’s most-read article.” Johnson also says through Twitter that his wife was fired months ago for exposing the truth in articles concerning a local power company. The Obama editorial remains online, but with a new title.
Nashville Tea Party founder, Ben Cunningham, set up a donation page yesterday for Johnson stating,
“My Friend, Drew Johnson, did not deserve to be fired and certainly not within two weeks of his wedding and shortly before his birthday. In fact, He deserves a bonus and I hope you will join with me and see that he gets rewarded for asserting the most precious right we all have and that is free speech.”
So far, almost $1,500 has been raised.
We spoke with Johnson briefly yesterday and he did not wish to further comment publicly on the event, as he was celebrating his birthday.
WASHINGTON – The “Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment” movement is suddenly sweeping the nation.
WND first reported on the booming movement in July, and now the group claims it has mushroomed to 40,000 members across America to become “the largest grassroots movement in the nation” in the few weeks since it was launched in June.
The group’s national website has links to Facebook pages of groups in all 50 states, plus Washington, D.C.
And it is on those Facebook pages that organizers recruit and inform, while fellow members share their experiences and bond, as the group’s Internet-age version of grassroots democracy takes root and flourishes in cyberspace and on the streets.
The clout of “Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment” is growing so fast, Press Secretary Jennifer Hitt told WND, “We would like to get to the point we can help fund a 2016 candidate. The movement started with the main Facebook page, grew to the state Facebook pages, and now we are trying to get most people to register on our state forums on the website, Overpasses.org.”
Hitt said the buzz isn’t limited to one area: “It’s nationwide. The energy is crazy high.”
Protesters in Arizona brave the rain
That energy crackles in comments on the Alabama site, which boasts 1,005 members.
- “Members, what a wonderful problem I have!! I am so excited to announce we have an influx of new members from all over the state. In order to keep everyone in their area, I have created pages for each area group. Please join the group closest to you
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