Vatic Note: It seems to me all this hot news is covering up the fact that Black Water Mercenaries were in the Ekraine and were the snipers killing both protestors and police to start the resulting violence and end result of possibly starting WW III. The powers that be ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE THIS WAR. And the USA "MUST" lose it, if they are going to achieve their goal. Only time will tell, if they get rid of Obama, then he has served his purpose. A bit embarrassing for the Noble peace prize committee, though, wouldn't you say? I wonder if they will ever recover. They have lost all credibility.
Chilling: President Obama Threatened Several Governors This Week
By Sara Noble
Governor Rick Perry
Texas Governor Rick Perry presented a chilling summary of Obama’s meeting with a group of governors at the White House on Monday.
Perry says Obama made it clear that he doesn’t trust governors to make decisions about their respective states on a variety of issues.
Perry said, “I don’t mind telling you I was a bit troubled today by the tone of the president. When you have governors, and we all compete against each other – we are the laboratories of innovation – and for the President of the United States to look Democrat and Republican governors in the eye and say, ‘I do not trust you to make decisions in your state about issues of education, about transportation infrastructure,’…that is really troubling.”
It’s really not surprising because he is after all, the Imperial President.
Obama threatened any Governor who spoke out against the out-of-control government spending according to Perry: ”As a matter of fact, I heard him (Obama) say in that meeting, ‘If I hear any of you pushing back, making statements about Washington spends too much money, you’ll hear from me.’ If I’m a Democrat governor, if I’m a Republican governor, I’m highly offended by that.”
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