Monday, October 31, 2011

Did the Government Let Brian Terry Die to Save an Illegal Alien? | Expose Obama

Did the Government Let Brian Terry Die to Save an Illegal Alien? | Expose Obama

Did the Government Let Brian Terry Die to Save an Illegal Alien?

Suzanne Eovaldi,

Was Brian Terry left to die in the desolate Peck Canyon region of Arizona because government officials decided to airlift out the injured illegal alien first on the only Medivac helicopter available? Hard to fathom,but apparently true according to an credible tip this website received soon after the horrific shootout with Fast and Furious guns,which the Obama Justice Department put in the hands of Mexican criminals.

No one is reporting the allegation that Brian Terry was left to die,because some politically correct official decided to airlift out the illegal border jumper on the only BORSTAR helicopter available. received this alleged information from a tipster who said:“Bottom line:a series of bad Border Patrol/Department of Homeland Security procedures,policies,and protocol,all designed to protect Mexican criminals inside the U.S.,most likely resulted in the needless death of Agent Brian Terry on the night of Dec. 14,2010.” The news tip went on to say:“The word is out that when Agent Terry and the illegal alien,a bandit,twice deported,who assaulted another Phoenix cop,were wounded in their shootout,the decision was made to airlift out the alien on the only BORSTAR helicopter available in that desolate region of the U.S. Now under a very strict gag order by brass,D.C.,Nogales,and Tucson agents have been threatened with firings,job terminations if they are caught talking about the facts of Terry’s murder!”

Our source told us….

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Thursday, October 27, 2011

White House Executive Order ~ Danger Looming, Legislates Unlimited Executive Powers, all due process already ignored as it is..

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Obama Administration Establishes White House Rural Council to Strengthen Rural Communities

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The White House today announced the establishment of the first White House Rural Council.  While rural communities face challenges, they also present economic potential.  To address these challenges, build on the Administration’s rural economic strategy, and improve the implementation of that strategy, the President signed an Executive Order establishing the White House Rural Council. 
“Strong rural communities are key to a stronger America,” said President Barack Obama.  “That’s why I’ve established the White House Rural Council to make sure we’re working across government to strengthen rural communities and promote economic growth.”
The White House Rural Council will coordinate programs across government to encourage public-private partnerships to promote further economic prosperity and quality of life in rural communities nationwide.  Chaired by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, the Council will be responsible for providing recommendations for investment in rural areas and will coordinate Federal engagement with a variety of rural stakeholders, including agricultural organizations, small businesses, and state, local, and tribal governments. 
“Rural America makes significant contributions to the security, prosperity, and economic strength of our country,”said Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.  “The Rural Council announced by President Obama shows his continued focus on promoting economic opportunity, creating jobs, and enhancing the quality of life for those who live in rural America.  Together with the rest of the Obama administration, USDA has worked to support families and businesses in rural communities so that their success will pay dividends for all Americans.”
In the coming months, the White House Rural Council will focus on job creation and economic development by increasing the flow of capital to rural areas, promoting innovation, expanding digital and physical networks, and celebrating opportunity through America’s natural resources. The Council will begin discussing key factors for growth, including:
  • Jobs: Improve job training and workforce development in rural America
  • Agriculture: Expand markets for agriculture, including regional food systems and exports
  • Access to Credit: Increase opportunity by expanding access to capital in rural communities and fostering local investment
  • Innovation: Promote the expansion of biofuels production capacity and community based renewable energy projects
  • Networks: Develop high-growth regional economies by capitalizing on inherent regional strengths
  • Health Care: Improve access to quality health care through expansion of health technology systems
  • Education: Increase post-secondary enrollment rates and completion for rural students
  • Broadband: Support the President’s plan to increase broadband opportunities in rural America
  • Infrastructure: Coordinate investment in critical infrastructure
  • Ecosystem markets: Expanding opportunities for conservation, outdoor opportunities  and economic growth on working lands and public lands
Since taking office, President Obama’s Administration has taken significant steps to improve the lives of rural Americans and has provided broad support for rural communities.  The Obama Administration has set goals of modernizing infrastructure by providing broadband access to 10 million Americans, expanding educational opportunities for students in rural areas, and providing affordable health care.  In the long term, these unparalleled rural investments will help ensure that America’s rural communities are repopulating, self-sustaining, and thriving economically.

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