Friday, November 20, 2009

Let Rev. Manning be heard!

Here is this week's WND.com article, Let Rev. Manning be heard!   Are the Obama forces now openly seeking to abuse law enforcement powers to intimidate and silence an outspoken opponent?  As always, feel free to return here for comment.

21 comments:

George N. Crawford said...

May God Bless and Protect our outspoken voice of freedom, the Rev. James David Manning. He is among the very few voices of common sense and justice today. I would hope to see Amb. Alan Keys and he run for office of President and Vice President soon for the sake of our country. The last time I checked, the First Amendment was still in effect, although severely injured. This is still The United States of America, Thank God Almighty.

Bungalow Bill said...

I don't think any of us are surprised? Although Manning's techniques were a little out there, he still had the First Amendment. Now we see the fine line the Obama administration has created with that right as well. Everyone knows Manning is not a threat, but they will harass him. I doubt he will shut up.

chiu_chunling said...

That thing he has about calling Barack "the long-legged Macdaddy" all the time is kind of threatening, if you ask me. Maybe it's just me, but that particular designation...very expressive of deep contempt.

But of course, I can't recall a single prominent liberal who didn't openly and directly call for the death of President Bush.

More to the point, when are they going to come and arrest me? I won't claim to be looking forward to it or anything, but let's just get it over with. Whatever.

MaryAnnH said...

During the last six months or so, I have learned to love Dr. James David Manning as if he were my own Pastor. I've listened to his radio show, called in and spoken with him on a couple of occasions. He is an amazingly humble man, with an innate sense of humor. Like others, I thought he was "out there" at first, but I soon came to love the man and his style. One cannot argue with his right to free speech and expression. He neither did nor said anything that would be considered a threat to the President of the United States, whomever it may be. I, too, believe that Obama is a fraud, his administration is a fraud, his czars are frauds, and the Democratic Party are frauds. They ALL knew Obama was not eligible for the office he seeks (present tense, because he still hasn't proven his eligibility). In fact, the current Administration is more like the Obama Mafia than a Presidency. They're like spoiled children who don't get their way, throwing a tantrum about someone speaking out against them.

When did we become like communist China? The manipulation of our media and the Administration's attempts to "collect" information about those who oppose his policies sounds like a repressive regime to me. Does no one else see this? I'm aware that many do...many in my family don't. It is so sad I almost cry. But there's no time to cry, we must be about the Father's business, and I believe that opposing the current goons occupying the White House is a part of my Father's business. We must oppose this evil in our midst, or it will consume us.

MaryAnnH said...

Chiu--"the long-legged mac daddy" was one of my favorites. I laughed so hard the first time I heard him say that. I don't think it was uttered in deep contempt, I think it was an attempt to poke fun at a fraudulent president. But, every person perceives things through their own world view. AND, you are entitled to think and say what you think. I am, too. Rev. Manning should have the same rights as you and I. He shouldn't be curtailed simply because he reaches a bigger audience than you and me.

Geketa Holman said...

I think it is about time folks just told the truth about the White House takeover. I can't see any harm in telling the truth.

American Patriot said...

Okay, so let me get this straight......the same constitutional right that allows enemies of our country to burn our flag on our own soil under the guise of freedom of speech does not protect the reverend from voicing his opinion of and opposition to the communist in chief.

Barbara D. Crone said...

This attack upon Dr. Manning must be seen for what it is, an attack upon us all. Freedom of Speech is for all or it is for none, thus the rallying cry, "All for one and one for all!"

gilbertabrett said...

Dr. Keyes, I was hoping you were aware of this situation. I have loved Dr. Manning for almost a year now and my 79 year old grandma now calls Obama the long-legged mac daddy!

Growing up in the South amongst black and white folk, that phrase is not unusual.

I am praying for Rev. Manning too because he used to be invited as a guest on FOX News and they too turned their backs on him. It must be a shame to be a multi-billion dollar industry and be scared of Obama... I stopped reading their website or watching their news when they would not give the truth to us about this illegal alien usurper that continues to curse OUR White House.

Where is the birth certificate and DO YOU STILL HAVE THOSE RELATIONS WITH LARRY SINCLAIR (MONICA LEWINSKY RELATIONS!), AKA Barack HUSSEIN Obama???????????

lanceaguiar said...

Well said, I couldn't have said it better! I have also been following Rev James Manning's videos from time to time. You know where I stand about freedom of speech and expression, especially when initiating the largest myspace forum thread about Obama's Birth Certificate issue under the 1st Amendment! The original thread with over 11,500 replies got deleted by moderators, but the new one is picking up pace. Talking about freedom of speech, have you guys read my article about the UN Parliamentary Assembly Campaign proposal (first of its kind) on my blog? Very few had access to the paper, I'm one of them! Its an eye opener!

R4 said...

R4i:

The truth will always prevail :)

chiu_chunling said...

I just really, really detest and loathe daddy long-legs...they're complete aberrations of nature. They're horrible in so many ways and on so many levels...death is too good for them, but what can you do about it? The main reason I resent intrusion on the Second Amendment is because I need a pocket flamethrower in case I encounter one of those...things.

So, even if Obama deserves to be compared to...something that surpasses simple abomination and enters the realm of abyssal denizen (and I don't know that he does), it's still pretty threatening to say it. I love hearing Rev. Manning say it, but it's something of a guilty pleasure.

Still, First Amendment is the first amendment, after all.

jephfreeblog said...

how threatening are spurious obama's words? more importantly his actions? his true "color" is being revealed, it's transparent. He breaks all the commandments of God and expects no judgement from it? Repent spurious obama.

jephfree el

al said...

Mr. Keyes, in your opinion, are there sufficient grounds for impeachment? Not that there are any in congress with the intestinal fortitude to do so. I view this administration as the greatest threat to our republic since the Revolution as too many of our dumbed down public perceive or care about what is taking place.

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Terry Morris said...

My impression has always been that a "Mac Daddy" is some sort of a pimp. Since Barack Hussein -The long-legged Mac Daddy- Obama has, well, long legs in addition to possessing certain characteristics related to the other term, I always thought Manning was simply calling him a long-legged pimp of sorts. I didn't know there was any connection to "daddy long-legs." I guess Manning ought to make reference to some other noticeable feature on Hussein's person. How about calling him, as an alternative, "the jug-eared Mac Daddy." That doesn't have threatening connotations, does it?

But yes, daddy long-legs are rather vile looking, repugnant creatures, though I personally have no phobia of them. On the other hand, to my mind the only good kind of snake is the dead kind, as the saying goes. Since I've referred to John McCain as all manner of slithering snake in the past, I suppose that could be construed as a threat against McCain's life. Go figure.

Shortly following Barack Hussein -the long-legged, jug-eared, slithering snake-in-the-grass pimp daddy- Obama's "election," an Oklahoma City man was stopped by OKC law enforcement after an officer saw a home made sign posted on the tailgate of his pickup truck. The sign read "Abort Obama." Of course, any normal, rational person would understand that there is nothing inherently threatening about the sign's message, the guy was simply trying to make a point. But that didn't prevent the officer from pulling him over and confiscating the sign, on the basis that it was threatening. The officer went even further and notified the feds. And accordingly, several hours later the man in question was graced with a visit to his home by federal officers.

Such, I suppose, is the burden of those of us who seek to expose Hussein -the closet Muslim Mac Daddy- Obama for what he really is.

Dawg_em said...

I just looked up the definition (urban) of a mack daddy. It's someone who is anywhere from an ultra pimp to someone who gets whatever he wants, especially women. 'nough said.

As far as Rev. Manning's comments, he does come close to the line when he mentions the appropriate punishment for a traitor or someone who works on behalf of foreign interests to the detriment of our own. BUT, he doesn't say this should be done without due process. That's the key. No one should take the law into their own hands. Let the legal wheels turn.

In any event, BO is doing what tyrants do. Making enemies lists and using the threat of brute force to silence dissent. Bill Clinton used the IRS to go after his foes. Whatever. It's to be expected. We know who they are. The only question is: when will this come to a head?

Gramma in Georgia said...

Pray, Fellow Americans, pray hard that people like Dr. Keyes and Rev. Manning get the word out. I am so hurt by the way Rev. Manning is treated while Rev. Wright in Chicago is exalted as a loving "uncle" ... a good friend to Mr. Obama and his little daughters. That frightens me.

Gramma in Georgia

Old Bob said...

Well said, Dr. Keyes, Well said! Thank you!!

pbunyon said...

Well ain't it grand? This is just one of MANY such infractions BOBO the prez and his gangsta buds are perpetrating on all Americans. Every single day, including holidays, I hear of one or two...sometimes three MORE things those criminals are doing to usurp the individual and the nation. Reverend Manning never seemed out there to me at all.

There are many groups, which are ever increasing, of people who are taking actions and preparations for what IS going to happen. I pray I am ready when it comes, but you all should also prepare for living in the dark ages. Being a righteous individual will never have been so difficult to both grasp and to hold in the near future.

God Bless the Patriots!

chatstack said...

Much as I agree with some of the things Manning says I also disagree with others. For example on his website he had that political movement platform. So I went into it to hear what it's about. Good thing I did not join. On it he said he wanted to promote Palin for president. Then later I think he rekanted that position. Well, sorry but I cannot join any movement that would promote Palin for president. Now Alan Keyes for president, that's a winning ticket in my book!

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