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Bob Woodward: 'Obama White House Threatened Me'

The unnamed Obama advisor is Gene Sperling.

Woodward on CNN.

Details at Politico...


'You will regret this...'

Here's the original article that upset the White House.

Democrat Bob Woodward felt the need to call out Obama for his blatant lies about not only having supported the automatic spending cuts, but actually having introduced the idea himself.  This is a must read.

WOODWARD: Obama lies on budget cuts...


Lanny Davis: 'Obama White House threatened me, too.'

Lanny Davis details here...

Davis told WMAL that his editor, John Solomon, "received a phone call from a senior Obama White House official who didn't like some of my columns, even though I'm a supporter of Obama. I couldn't imagine why this call was made."  Davis says the Obama aide told Solomon, "that if he continued to run my columns, he would lose, or his reporters would lose their White House credentials."



All the proof you need about who's telling the truth:

CAUGHT ON TAPE: Obama Lies About Sequester



Watergate's Bob Woodward was the wrong guy to threaten.


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UK to fight EU plan to cap bankers' bonuses

David Cameron concerned that capping bonuses at salary will scare banks away from London.


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Feb 28, 2013 at 12:46 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
I am stunned, and would imidiately remind people on the corrent policy, the monetary one, they know its a sceem, and they try with good old fasion Mobb methodes to silence people.

Truth suck, right, Obamalama, the childslayer.


And whats even wurse, even if they solely swear that this is the path forward, based on their belife, the reality is actualy rising, with or without their "aporval".
How f.... stupid do they/whatever belive we are.

And above all, and thats to the topp the foodchain/orwhatever, that when the collaps acure, the slow poisoning of the earth by Fukushima, our greates single most danger in our history as a specy, the rabbit hole, f....ers will never be deep anouf, anyone that belive that is pr. def a druling idiot.
I dont talk about years, I talk about Eons of time, beyound our perseption, the damages is done already at a scale unpresedented, the Plutonium, even recoded in the Baltics, some moths after the initiale Blast(stuxnet).
And nobody cares, we dont see it, taste it, hear it, but we inhale it, we eat it and we drink it.
Any one of us is already infactd and/or poisoned, they know it and so do I.

The danger is our so caled "reality/MSMs/Whatever", a reality nowhere near the real deal, or reality, we are killing our selfs at breathtaking speed, the damage to the cellstucktures/DNA is numbing, and nobody cares.

And stil the responce is ear shattering silence.
That is our greates enemy of all time, all ther is for evil to provail, is when good people is silent/silenced, the final stepp on the ladder to fulblown dictatur.
I dont even giva a shitt about some of us are considered to be "conspiracy nutts", hell I can flatten them on anything, and the reason is utterly simple, does not require half a brian to manage, but the problem is to gett people to realise the facts, this since time immemorial, power corrupt, absolut power corrupts aboluttly.
There is always, in what the f... the issues are/is about, different angls and/or facts.
Or the "cutt and paist" drivel.
Facts can be presented in may ways and have since its invention a century ago, systematicly falsifyed, to an extent its nothing more that "meaningless drawings on a pice of peopel".
They have a lott to loose, the AGW scam, the plundering of recourses all over the globe, the insanly coustly Millitary ind. complex(the very brick, wrapped around your head, economicly speeking), the monetary scam, MBS/CDS all over, and a pirnting press in warp drive.
And with an cearleader, sudely waking up to their horror, the facts that we see their scams, have recognised their scam, and wurst of all, waken people up to an even mor horrific reality, there is de facto, alternatives.

And this is their responce.

Wake the f... up.

Feb 28, 2013 at 2:05 PM | Unregistered Commentermikael
I'm not sure where the logical place to post this is, but at the Bradley Manning trial today it was revealed that Manning tried to give his documents to Reuters, the Washington Post and the NY Times. NYT wouldn't even returns his phone call. That's when he turned to Wikileaks. F*&% 'em all. Complicit bastards.
Feb 28, 2013 at 2:22 PM | Unregistered CommenterDr. Pitchfork
I've been trying to follow the case here and there. Thanks for that update. The entire Bradley Manning affair pisses me off - I feel sorry for the young man.
Feb 28, 2013 at 2:50 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
The White House is upset with Bob Woodward because he is a trusted Washington insider who only gives the impression of being an independent. If he were not a Washington insider, he would simply be ignored like thousands of other independent reporters within the alternative media.
Feb 28, 2013 at 9:25 PM | Unregistered Commentercarroll price
Well said Dr. P

He got the raw end of the deal for sure..And evan if our goverment took all his info they would of destroyed his life as it is now. The guy telling the tryth, neaver wins in the end.....P.S., Having a hard time getting time to post much on the DB. The goverment with the gun take over try is keeping me busy on FB. And hey, ya just gota love ol Shotgun Joe.......!
Feb 28, 2013 at 9:32 PM | Unregistered CommenterTexas Dar
I voted for the Green party, but I will help clean up the mess that the American idiots made. The CFRtv and the Rothschild's Associated Press has them by the ears. Gone. Hypnotized. Stupid.
Mar 10, 2013 at 1:55 AM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III
Now we're being manipulated into feeling sorry for the Elite's top tier PR servants and courtesans?? Last time that happened it was Judy Miller's "going to jail to defend her journalistic source" - who turned out to be arch criminal Scooter Libby.
Not interested in a multimillionaire PR man for corp media being threatened by his paymasters. Many of us are under threat. Most of us dont have the bully pulpit to whine about it or the mega-bucks sponsorship to defend ourselves. Puke to this!
Mar 10, 2013 at 6:29 AM | Unregistered Commenteroppp
Here is the sort of "reporting" these corp. white shoe media outlets dish up- until they're called out -

NYT Report on Selling Post Offices —
and Sen. Feinstein’s Husband Profiting from “Manufactured Crisis”
Posted on March 9, 2013 by Millard Institute for Public Accuracy

The New York Times reports in a front-page piece today titled “Post Office Buildings With Character, and Maybe a Sale Price” that the Postal Service “acknowledges that in recent years the sale of post office buildings has accelerated, and in 2011 it hired CBRE, a commercial real estate services firm, to handle the transactions.

“‘Our biggest concern is the way they’re going about it isn’t transparent,’ said Chris Morris, a senior field officer for the National Trust and project manager for post office buildings. ‘A lot of us are very confused about the process.’”

Brechin is founder and project scholar of the Living New Deal Project. He said today: “While the New York Times article is the first substantial piece in the major media on the accelerating fire sale of America’s historic post offices and their art, it fails to mention a possible conflict of interest. While it mentions the giant real estate firm CBRE in passing, it doesn’t note a crucial fact that perhaps explains why the process is not transparent: the head of CBRE is private equity billionaire Richard C. Blum, Senator Dianne Feinstein’s husband. These buildings sit on prime downtown lots in every American city. They represent a potential bonanza for any private interest that can obtain the right to sell them.

“The controversy is not just about preserving architectural and artistic treasures. The New Deal represented an unprecedented expansion of public service to the American people. These often ennobling spaces represent the federal government at its most efficient and honest as well as places of civic engagement in even rural towns. Their privatization represents a devastating but little-noticed theft from the public domain akin to the selling of our national parks.” See: “Degraded Postal Service Part of a ‘Manufactured’ Crisis and a “Daylight Heist” of New Deal Art.”

Musto is researcher and spokesperson for the Center for Study of Responsive Law, founded by Ralph Nader. Nader recently wrote in response to the Post Office’s announcement about closing on Saturdays: “The USPS’s financial crisis has primarily been caused by a congressional mandate, coming from the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006, that the USPS prefund the next 75 years of retiree health benefits in just a decade, by 2016. This is something that is not required of any other federal government agency or private corporation. Not to mention that there is no actuarial justification for such an accelerated schedule to prefund this future obligation. PAEA effectively forces the USPS to prefund retiree health benefits for some of its future employees who haven’t even been born yet!”See: “Postal Service Crisis Brought on by Bizarre Law.”
Mar 10, 2013 at 6:34 AM | Unregistered Commenteroppp
It seems hard to believe the White House would really do this, but if they did then it is a huge mistake. We need a variety of opinion to have a strong and healthy democracy.
Apr 15, 2013 at 10:13 PM | Unregistered CommenterFred

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