On Christmas day 1776 George Washington crossed the Delaware river and led the Continental army towards victory, which was the most precious Christmas gift ever given to the people of this nation. On Christmas day 2012 I am leading the battle with subpoenas to remove the foreign national, a citizen of Indonesia Barack Hussein Obama, a criminal with forged IDs and a stolen Social Security number out of the White House and bring back the freedoms which were won with blood and tears!!!
Posted on | December 25, 2012 | 8 Comments
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- On Christmas day 1776 George Washington crossed the Delaware river and led the Continental army towards victory and freedom for the American people. This was the most precious Christmas present ever given to the American people. On Christmas day 2012 Attorney and Doctor Orly Taitz is leading a battle with subpoenas to expose and remove from the White House a foreign national, a citizen of Indonesia, a former citizen of Kenya and Great Britain, Barack Hussein Obama, who is usurping the U.S. Presidency while using forged IDs and a stolen Connecticut Social Security number 042-68-4425. Taitz is seeking to hold accountable our corrupt officials, corrupt judges, corrupt member of the U.S. congress and media, who committed treason by aiding and abetting this usurpation and deprivation of U.S. citizens of their rights.
- During the First American revolution we fought King George, who spent lavishly and taxed us to death. Today we are fighting the criminal usurper Obama, who spends lavishly, sends billions of dollars of our taxpayor money to his cronies and benefactors in multiple ponzi schemes, incurs 6 trillion dollars of additional debt and taxes us to cover for his drunken sailor spending (no offense to drunken sailors, even they do not spend that much).
- It is time to remove the criminal with all forged IDs out of the White House and have him prosecuted. It is time to have his accomplices prosecuted. Please, follow me in this fight. Let’s defend the freedoms that were fought with blood and tears! Merry Christmas 2012!
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George Washington’s 1776 Christmas Present: Saving the American Revolution
It appeared that New York and New Jersey would be firmly back under King George’s “protection” within just a few months. They had already humiliated the Continentals out of New York, inflicting heavy damage on Washington’s army. There was no reason for the British to mess up their Christmas in 1776. Everything was going their way.
On the American side, despair and hopelessness were the order of the day. The situation was worse than grim. The American cause was all but over. Except for one man, that is – a man who refused to give up. George Washington was the “Rocky” of the American Revolution. In spite of countless setbacks and up against incredible odds, Washington never threw in the towel. He never gave up. And his legendary perserverance was on full display in Chrstmas 1776.
In an audacious display of desperation and determination, General Washington decided to attack. In a few days, his army would be virtually gone, due to the scheduled expiration of enlistments. If he was going to lose his army, he was going to go down fighting. So, he attacked.
On Christmas night 1776, General George Washington led the rag-tag Continental Army across the Delaware River to attack the Hessian outpost at Trenton, New Jersey. Two Continental Army soldiers froze to death on the long trek to Trenton after crossing the icy Delaware. Three of Washington’s detached units never made it across the Delaware. When word reached him that the muskets were unlikely to fire due to the inclement weather, he told his officers to “use the bayonet.” He was absolutely “resolved to take Trenton.” Nothing would stand in his way!
The morning of December 26, 1776, as the Hessians were rising for a new day, they were startled by an attack by Washington’s forces on the town. Two Americans were wounded in the attack, including future President James Monroe. The Hessians suffered numerous casualties and most of the Hessian garrison was forced to surrender. Johann Raul, the Hessian commander, was mortally wounded before surrendering.
It was a brilliant victory for George Washington – and a tremendous morale boost for the Americans. Within a few days, Washington followed up his victory with another at Princeton, and then quartered his troops at Morristown. The British were forced to redeploy in a way that gave up most of New Jersey and limited their reach in New York. It was a masterful campaign that stabilized the American Revolution and made victory possible.
And it was all due to George Washington. So, this Christmas, remember Washington and the greatest Christmas present he ever gave the United States. The gift of hope. The gift of victory. The gift of America.