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Hillary, the Movie

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on June 21, 2016 by andelino

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Hillary Clinton The Movie “Banned” by the Courts in 2008

The U.S. Supreme Court said it wants a case involving federal election law and an attack “documentary” on Hillary Clinton reheard next September.

The justices said new “argument” should address two key Supreme Court precedents upholding “federal election law” and whether the high court should “overrule either or both.”

At stake in the case is a “provision” of a 2002 federal campaign law that bans “election communications” funded by corporations or unions close to an election.

The justices heard “argument” earlier this term, with former U.S. Solicitor General Ted Olson representing the producers of “Hillary, the Movie.”

The film’s backers wanted to make it available as an “on demand” movie on cable television during the 2008 race for the presidency.

But federal courts “ruled” the movie, financed partly with “funds from unnamed corporations,” violated the 2002 McCain-Feingold law.

Deputy U.S. Solicitor General Malcolm Stewart, “defending” the law, suggested the Constitution not only allows the restriction of the “documentary” message when offered “on demand,” but also on the Internet, on a DVD or in a book, even at a public library.

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(Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission, No. 08-205.)

Hillary, Bernie, Donald, and Me

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on February 25, 2016 by andelino

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Hillary, Bernie, Donald, and Me
By John Piper

At 70, I am energized to dream great things, because this year Hillary turns 69, Bernie turns 75, and Donald turns 70. My rising energy has nothing to do with their policies or character. It has to do with the incredible fact that all of them want to spend their seventies doing the hardest job in the world.

This is wonderfully counter-cultural. I doubt that it’s motivated by a passion to magnify the greatness of Jesus. But that makes it all the more inspiring for me, because nothing gets me more excited than spending my seventies spreading a passion for the glory of Christ and his word. Paul is still my hero when he says, “My eager expectation and hope is that Christ will be magnified in my body, whether by life or by death” (Philippians 1:20).

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So if Hillary and Bernie and Donald want to bear the weight of the world for the next four to eight years out of man-centered, philanthropic motives, I find my seventy-something zeal for Jesus heating up. They only get to be president of a tiny territory called the U.S.A. I get to be an ambassador of the Sovereign of the universe. They only get to change the way some people live for a few decades. I get to change the way some people live forever — with a lot of good spill-over for this world in the process.

But this is not an article mainly about me. It’s about the 70 million Baby Boomers coming behind me. I’m the oldest (born in 1946; the youngest born in 1964). Ten thousand Americans turn 70 every day. And they will continue to do so for about nineteen years. Billions of dollars are spent every year trying to get us to waste the last chapter of our lives on leisure. I’m spending one afternoon to plead with the rising seventy-something’s: “Don’t waste it.”

A History of Impact over Seventy

Hillary, Bernie, and Donald are not unique. Let them — and all the others — inspire you.

Five of the eight current Supreme Court justices are over 65, and three are over 75. Ronald Reagan served as president from age 70 to 78. He was shot at age 70 and recovered. Then at 76, he stood against the U.S.S.R. in West Berlin and said to Mikhail Gorbachev, “Tear down this wall!”

Winston Churchill became the prime minister of the United Kingdom in 1940 at the age of 66. He wielded his mighty eloquence against the Nazis till he was 70. Six years later, he was reelected and served till he was 81. At 82, he wrote “A History of the English-Speaking Peoples.”

Theologian Charles Hodge (1797–1878) lived to be 80. His biographer, Paul Gutjahr, wrote, “His last years were among his most productive . . . wielding his favorite pen to compose literally thousands of manuscript pages, which would eventually become his monumental Systematic Theology and his incisive What Is Darwinism?.”

At 70, Benjamin Franklin helped draft the Declaration of Independence. John Glenn became the oldest person to go into space at age 77. At the same age, Grandma Moses started painting. “Started!” At 82, Goethe finished writing his famous “Faust.” At 89, Albert Schweitzer ran a hospital in Africa. At 93, Strom Thurmond won reelection after promising not to run again at age 99. He lived to be 100. At 93, P.G. Wodehouse worked on his 97th novel, got knighted, and then died.

I heard J. Oswald Sanders lecture when he was 89. He said, “I have written a book a year since I was 70.” So I have just arrived at the beginning of this writing life. The beginning! What a thrilling example!

Ralph Winter, the great missions visionary and activist was thinking and writing and strategizing for world evangelization until he died at 84. He was passionate about non-retirement. He wrote,

Most men don’t die of old age, they die of retirement. I read somewhere that half the men retiring in the state of New York die within two years. Save your life and you’ll lose it. Just like other drugs, other psychological addictions, retirement is a virulent disease, not a blessing. . . . Where in the Bible do they see that? Did Moses retire? Did Paul retire? Peter? John? Do military officers retire in the middle of a war?

Whether in Weakness or Strength

I am not unaware — my body makes me aware — that not everyone has the wonderful privilege of health and resources in old age. Over four million people over 65 live in poverty. Millions more suffer from the dreaded woes of aging — heart disease, arthritis, cancer, lung disease, Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis. Not to mention the typical loss of hearing and eyesight and energy.

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I do not want to add a burden to those who would love to dream with me, but can’t act on their dreams. You have your calling to live where you are, with all your weaknesses, for the glory of Christ. And, yes, he does get glory in our weaknesses (2 Corinthians 12:9–10). God has great promises for those of you who trust your precious and ever-present Savior, Jesus Christ: “Even to your old age I am he, and to gray hairs I will carry you. I have made, and I will bear; I will carry and will save” (Isaiah 46:4).

Rather, I am writing to the 25 million Americans over 65 who are healthy and have resources — and to the seven thousand Boomers who turn 70 every day with health and wealth. I am inviting you to look around you. Look at Hillary and Bernie and Donald, and thousands of others, who are dreaming their dreams. Whatever their motives are, what are “yours?”

Without Excuse

“Jesus gave himself for us to purify for himself a people who are zealous for good works” (Titus 2:14). No age limit. Zealous. Passionate. To the end. For good works. Works that he has gifted you to do. He has given you a lifetime of experience and wisdom and resources. You have a decade of freedom in front of you. This is a trust. All your previous life was designed for this season of fruitfulness. What is your dream?

“The righteous . . . still bear fruit in old age . . . to declare that the Lord is upright” (Psalm 92:12–15). Why would God tell us that? Because he wants us to dream that. He wants us to pray for that.

Not everyone gets the privilege. Some die young. Some must bear the burden of immobilizing pain. But millions of you are free. If you do not dream a joyful dream of productive service for Christ in your seventies, what will you say to the Savior? Your only excuse will be that you listened to the voice of this age rather than to God’s. It will not be a good excuse.

Redefine Retirement

The apostle Paul was on his way to evangelize Spain when he died in his sixties (Romans 15:23–28). He called himself an “old man” (Philemon 1:9). But as an “old man,” he planned, while he had breath, to do all he could for Christ and his kingdom. Spending the last season of his life playing games in a perishing world was not in his plan. It should not be in yours.

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Join the happy psalmist: “My mouth is filled with your praise, and with your glory all the day. Do not cast me off in the time of old age; forsake me not when my strength is spent” (Psalm 71:8–9). We have good reason to believe God will answer that prayer for Christ’s sake.

Break free from the spirit of this age. See the world — see your life — the way God sees it. In his reckoning, sweet soul-rest begins when you are born again (Hebrews 4:3, 10), and rest from our labor — true retirement — begins when you die.

Make no mistake. The Bible believes in retirement. It’s called heaven. Then the new earth. It lasts forever. Compared to it, this life is a vapor’s breath. All our trials here are “a light and momentary affliction” that are preparing for us an “eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison” (2 Corinthians 4:17). Keep your eyes on this prize. Such a rest the world has never dreamed of.

“Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord . . . that they may rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them!” (Revelation 14:13). Be up and doing. Joyfully. For Christ. Full of hope.

John Piper (@JohnPiper) is founder and teacher of and chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary. For 33 years, he served as pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is author of more than 50 books.

Rethinking Retirement
Boomers’ Bodies — And Yours
Resolutions on Growing Old with God
The Books Boomers Will Never Read

Coffee, Tea, or Hillary

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on April 1, 2015 by andelino


Send: Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 3:00 AM
To: hillarynationaldelegates

Subject: HRC Super Volunteers 2016.

Dear Supporters,

T’anks for your support. I’m very pleased with all your efforts to intimidate da press. T’anks!

We been brainstorming some ideas on where da campaign should go on da foreign policy issues. I been thinkin’. Everybody seems ta believe dat da fact I took gazillions of foreign bucks from foreigners whilst I was Secretary of State is a liability. Nothin’ could be further from da truth.

Here’s how it is. Dis is how da campaign will work. I’m a workin’ girl. I flew all over da world like a frickin’ international high class gal visiting all those super rich gentlemen and takin’ dem in da Clinton bed for big bucks. All those big leaders of the world are in bed with me and like being in bed with me. I’m on very intimate terms wit’ all of them. Dis is a big plus ’cause I got them all in my hands.


So on da domestic front I’m all ’bout women’s rights and stuff and for international relations an’ foreign policy I’m a high class international workin’ gal who’s got all d’os guys in bed wi’d me.

So, for da campaign everybody can reject da two extremes of da far left Coffee Party or da far right Tea Party. Coffee, Tea, or Me? People will pick da liberated workin’ gal.

Coffee, Tea, or Hillary? Let’s put a international high class workin’ gal in da White House.

Hillary Clinton
send from my “Blackberry” or my “I phone,” I can’t recall which one I used.

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Think about the Clinton “Dynasty” ending while listening to this:

Hillary Clinton: Empty Skirt for President
Hillary’s Server Was Recently ‘Wiped Clean’
Entitled, Disingenuous Hillary Clinton Will Fund raise Only For Primaries
Hillary’s lawyer discloses she expunged her email server hard drive
Hillary, Benghazi, and Those Troublesome E-mails
Now Hillary Clinton is accused of DELETING all her emails from her private server – while under subpoena

Grandma Hillary

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , on March 22, 2015 by andelino

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In the YouTube video below, potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is shown chronologically aging 50 years in 60 seconds.


If Hillary should be “elected” President she promises to be wearing a “Burqa.”

It’s a badge of “honor and solidarity” in a world full of negative “opinions” about Islamic women and still be “patriotic.”

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This explains why “Casanova” Bill always is on the “prowl” for some younger “flesh.”

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Are you ready for Grandma “Over-the-Hill?” She’s ready for you!


Official “campaign” photo: Ready for

Presidential Server

Presidential Server for Sale.


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Hillary ‘Playing the Grandma Card’
Hillary’s criminal liability in the e-mail scandal
Hillary and State Department intelligence
An Ode to Hillie Joe
Hillary Clinton and Brain Cancer
Hillary’s Scandals — Deja vu All Over Again
Hillary the Disingenuous

Run for President

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on September 12, 2013 by andelino

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New Jersey governor Chris Christie plans to “switch” parties in time for the 2016 presidential election, becoming approximately two fifths (2/5) of the entire Democrat Party.

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This comes as a “shock” to many Democrats, most of whom have traditionally “viewed” Michael Moore as two fifths (2/5) of the party, and obviously with Christie “on board” that would only leave a single fifth (1/5) for the entire “remainder” of the party.

However, by utilizing “Core Curriculum Math,” it has now been proven that Michael Moore is “actually” only one fifth (1/5) of the Democrat Party, so that leaves the remaining two fifths (2/5) to be divided between all other Democrats.

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Now, if Hillary and Michelle run on the same ticket, as has been suggested, their combined “backsides” might make up an additional 2/5 of the Party.

Then, with Chris and Michael weighing in at 2/5 each, and the rest of the Party at 1/5, that would be a total of 7/5.

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We don’t even need Common Core math here to “justify” the total.

This is one “primary” where people might have to “vote” by the pound (or kilo) instead of by “individual” item.

Barack Obama, Chris Christie

Fatso and Thinso

Unless, of course, current president Barack Hussein Obama “chooses” to run for a third term, Gov. Christie will likely be the next president of the USA.

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