- WE HAVE LOST OUR COUNTRY TO A SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC PARTY!!!
- WE ARE BEING CONTROLLED BY A ONE PARTY SYSTEM.
- ENFORCED BY A CORRUPT GOVERNMENT.
- A DEMOCRATIC CONTROLLED MEDIA.
- CONVICTED FELONS
- TAX CHEATS.
- SUPREME COURT.
- NATIONAL LABOR UNIONS.
- BLACK PANTHERS
- ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS.
- CZARS THAN ONLY ANSWER TO OBAMA
- POLITICANS WHO FORGOT WHO PUT THEM IN WASHINGTON, AND DON’T CARE.
- BIG CORPARATIONS
- A PRESIDENT WHO THINKS HE IS THE SUPREME RULER.
- A PRESIDENT WHO CHANGES OUR BILL OF RIGHTS.
- CHANGES THE MEANING OF WORDS. HAS IS OWN “LANGUAGE”
- A PRESIDENT WHO IS KICKING “GOD”OUT OF WASHINGTON.
- A PRESIDENT WHO HAS SURROUNDED HIMSELF WITH RADICALS, FELONS, COMMUNISTS, ATHEIST.
- WAKE UP AMERICA BEFORE IT IS TO LATE!!!!
- OBAMA HAS DISCREDITED OUR MILITARY
- THE CIA.
- THE FBI.
- HOMELAND SECURITY.
- SECRET SERVICE.
- OUR MONEY IS DEPRECIATING EVERY DAY.
- WE ARE NO LONGER A WORLD POWER.
- CHINA OWNS USE!
- WHAT IS LEFT TO DESTORY.
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ALL THREE ARE SPEAKING AT THE U.N. STASHING THE UNITED STATES
Mr. McLaughlin will be deputy chief technology officer, reporting to Aneesh Chopra, the chief technology officer, who was previously Virginia’s secretary of technology, said these people, who agreed to speak only if their names were not used because Mr. McLaughlin’s appointment had not been announced.
Mr. McLaughlin’s move is likely to renew concerns among some Google rivals and public policy groups about Google’s growing clout in Washington.
A Google spokesman confirmed that Mr. McLaughlin was leaving the company. Mr. McLaughlin did not immediately respond to an e-mail message seeking comment. An e-mail message to the White House press office was not immediately answered.
Mr. McLaughlin joined Google about five years ago and directed the company’s public policy efforts. Previously he was an executive at the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, a nonprofit group that helps coordinate the Internet’s address system. He is an emeritus fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard, and was part of Mr. Obama’s transition team as a member of the Technology, Innovation and Government Reform Policy Working Group.
Mr. McLaughlin is the latest Google executive to take an official role in the Obama administration. Eric Schmidt, Google’s chief executive, has been a close adviser to President Obama’s transition team and is now a member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.
Katie Stanton, a former Google project manager, joined the White House as its director of citizen participation. And Sonal Shah, former head of global development at Google.org, now heads the White House Office of Social Innovation.
Some critics fear that the growing presence of former Google employees in the administration could lead to purchasing and policy decisions that improperly benefit the company at a time when the company’s power is likely to come under increasing scrutiny from regulators. Already the Federal Trade Commission is looking into whether the ties between the boards of Google and Apple amount to a violation of antitrust laws. The Justice Department is inquiring into the antitrust implications of Google’s settlement of a lawsuit with publishers and authors.
In a statement, Google said: “We understand that in order to be successful in Washington we need relationships on both sides of the aisle, and we have worked over the past few years to strengthen those relationships. As for a small handful of Googlers leaving the company to join the administration, we respect their decision to work in public service and wish them all the best in their new and exciting jobs.”
DID YOU GET A NOTICE THAT YOUR GOOGLE E-MAIL WAS BEING CANCELLED???? I DID!!!
Monday, September 07, 2009
The health care plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats contains many controversial items that divide the general public. However, one area of consensus among the public is the desire to restrict government health care benefits to U.S. citizens only.
Eighty-three percent (83%) of voters nationwide say that people should be required to prove they are a citizen of the United States before receiving government health care subsidies. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 12% disagree and five percent (5%) are not sure.