This is a forwarded email that appears to be an article about Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke. It says that the “totally sloshed” Bernanke walked into a bar, ordered some drinks and told patrons the truth of the condition of the economy in the United States. The story said that Federal Reserve Chairman refused to pay for his bar tab because the money was worthless but fed the juke box with enough coins to play the Dire Straits song, “Money For Nothing” five times in a row.
This is a forwarded email that alleged that Vice President Biden’s trip to Europe in February 2013 cost the American tax payer over $1 Million.
This is a forwarded email that contains what appears to be a news article that said that Vice President Joe Biden racked up $1 Million in weekend trips during his term, commuting from his Delaware home to our nation’s capital. The article also reported that the Vice President flew on Saturdays to play golf with President Obama at Andrews Air Force Base, at taxpayer expense.
The City Council of Berkeley, California, has told a Marine Recruiting station it is not welcome in the city.
This is a forwarded email that says Biblical historian David Barton was a guest on Charles Stanley’s In Touch Christian television program on the topic of “Is the United States a Christian Nation.” The email says that Barton said that although he respects the office of the President of the United States that he does not respect President Obama.
eRumor stating that Joe Biden will make an announcement that owing to health problems that he will step down as the Vice Presidential candidate and name Hillary Clinton as his replacement.
Commentary by African American commentator Ken Blackwell about Barack Obama
This is an email that says it is an “Eye Opener” from the Sonoran Desert in Arizona with photos of trash covered landscape. The email says 3000 backpacks, clothes, food wrappers, water bottles and soiled diapers were discarded by illegal aliens along a trail leading North to Tucson from the Mexican border.
This is an alleged Twitter tweet by Congressional Representative Michelle Bachman that said, “If English was good enough for Jesus to use to write the Bible, then it should be good enough for Coca-Cola”. It was a comment on the 2014 Super Bowl ad by Coca Cola that had a multilingual rendition of “America the Beautiful.”