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Obama Faces Impeachment

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by Tom Heneghan
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Saturday November 21, 2009

UNITED STATES of America - It can now be reported that a secret committee of the U.S. Congress is considering impeachment proceedings against alleged President Barack Obama.

This stems from Obama, along with his crooked, TREASONOUS Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner's decision to outsource a U.S. national high-speed rail project to the General Electric Division (GE) headquartered in the People's Republic of China.


General Electric Inks High-Speed Rail Deal with Chinese Government

by Elana Schor on November 18, 2009
While President Obama grappled with political concerns during his trip to China this week, General Electric was busy signing technology-sharing agreements with Beijing partners -- including a high-speed rail pact that positions GE to leap ahead of its competitors in the race for business from the Obama administration's bullet train rollout. MORE

Geithner's TREASONOUS deal with General Electric has set off a fire storm in the U.S. Congress calling for Geithner's resignation and dovetails to President Obama's refusal to implement his own Executive Order aka the implementation of the Wanta-Reagan-Mitterrand Protocols, which would return $23.5 TRILLION back to the U.S. Treasury and allow private financing of the high-speed rail project without costing the American Taxpayers a dime.

Obama and Geithner, along with the entire Bush-Clinton Crime Family Syndicate, have decided to give General Electric, along with Warren Buffet's British linked Berkshire Hathaway, the contractual licenses to the high-speed rail project.

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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2009, 07:45:35 PM »
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This confirms my suspicions that Fast Eddie will be named running mate for Barry Obama in 2012.

The High-Speed Rail Numbers Game: Is $13 Billion and 110 MPH Enough?
by Elana Schor on June 24, 2009

High-speed rail is one of the Obama administration's most prized policy goals, with $13 billion getting earmarked in the coming year alone to help break ground on up to 11 proposed regional corridors. But what will the U.S. get for its money? A lively Senate hearing yesterday attempted to answer that question.

Will all 11 high-speed rail plans end up getting a piece of the action? Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell (D), the co-chairman of Building America's Future and an unabashed high-speed rail evangelist, urged senators to shrug off their post-bailout reluctance to approve large spending projects. The White House's $13 billion commitment, Rendell argued, is only a down payment on a workable system.

"We can't do infrastructure on the cheap," Rendell said. "We have to find the political courage to find a way to pay for it."
Building high-speed rail along the California coast, he added, is estimated to cost as much as $40 billion. A northwestern network is projected to cost $25 billion. Similar long-term funding problems, as it happens, are also haunting lawmakers who aim to overhaul federal transportation policy.

Rendell suggested that a national infrastructure bank, independent of the government, should be tapped to direct money to high-speed rail proposals without political concerns influencing the process. "The public wants that," he said. "The public doesn’t want transportation dollars authorized through [the existing] system."

That outcome is highly unlikely, however, given that the federal DOT already has released its guidelines for an internal ranking of regional rail plans. And Federal Railroad Administrator Joseph Szabo was on hand to defend the administration's methods.

"Our vision matches, frankly, what they've done in Europe," Szabo told senators. Meanwhile, Rendell kept imploring the lawmakers to reconsider the Obama administration's 110-mph ballpark for defining what constitutes "high-speed".

With high-speed trains topping 200 mph in China and 160 in France, the governor said, "we're absolutely consigning ourselves to second-class citizenship" by setting the benchmark at 110 mph.

Tom Skancke, a member of the transportation revenue panel that last year called for a major gas-tax hike to fund system-wide reform, echoed Rendell's concerns with a call to publicly promote broad reform:

I don't think the nation as a whole has a plan for high-speed rail. ... The way we get there is, we have to sell the American public, particularly on rail, as we get people out of their horse and buggy. It is a cultural shift. We have to convince the American people that high-speed rail is going to be predictable, going to be on time, going to be affordable. ... We know what the alignment should look like. I just believe we need to step up and do it.
Amtrak CEO Joseph Boardman also sought to bring Rendell and Skancke's ambitions down to earth.

Citing the Acela train's moderate progress in taking over market share in the northeast corridor, Boardman said the U.S. is "not a train-riding culture" -- an eyebrow-raising admission from the chief of the nation's largest passenger rail service. "With high-speed rail, speed is not the issue," he said. "Convenience and trip times are."

Boardman also did his part to guard Amtrak's turf, suggesting that high-speed rail planners "build a culture of riding the train" by ensuring that the projects receiving funding are easily connectable to the network he runs. "People want to be seamless," he said.

As for the senators in attendance, most put in palpable plugs for their own home-state proposals. Texan Kay Bailey Hutchison, the commerce committee's senior GOPer, was abuzz with the possibilities of the Texas "T-Bone." Sen. Mark Udall (D-NM) spoke of a western corridor linking Albuquerque and Texas.

But with Rendell warning that his fellow governors are equally convinced of the merits of their own local rail plans, the task of separating the wheat from the chaff was rarely discussed.

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« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2009, 08:15:40 PM »
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If the story is true (it does have a lot of factual points) then from what I can see is a bit of fallout in the ranks as other have suggested and they are going to sacrifice a few lamb. The only problem is that they may take out a few people but as this article reads elements of the scam clan still remain. Notice how he tries to paint Al Gore of Blood and Gore as the good guy in this all as if he wasn't the Vice President under Clinton and doesn't have close ties to them and the Bush family.

My take on it would be that they do sacrifice a few of their own on a small deal such as this and still get their new schemes into play such as the death care bill and climate change bill. They eliminate the Fed and income taxes and let the IMF do the job there and stick everyone with the new scheme of health and climate change taxes in turn keeping the funds rolling in.

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« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2009, 08:36:16 PM »
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General Electric = Outsourcing = Anti-American Traitor
Any technology China has they stole from everyone else. Now we are going to pay the commies to build our railroads. Another backshot by Obama and another lie.

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« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2009, 09:24:48 PM »
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Let the hearings begin.

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