My Choice for Persons of the Year for 2012

Every year at this time, Time magazine announces their Person of the Year.  Among their top choices this year was Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood dictator President of Egypt, Malala Yousafzai, the 15 year old Muslim girl who was shot for pushing for educational rights for females, undocumented Hispanics illegally in the US and good ole Barack Obama, the socialist dictator of the United States.

To no surprise, Time magazine selected Barack Hussein Obama as their person of the year.  When I saw the cover of the issue, I wanted to throw up.  Why honor the person that has systematically been destroying our country from within?  Why honor the person that hates everything that made America great?  Why honor the person who illegally holds the office of President?

I searched around and found that WND had their own Man of the Year for 2012.  They named Pat Buchanan as their selection.  They chose him because of the tough stands he made on conservative politics.

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Sorry Time magazine and WND, but neither of your choices were among my list.

I carefully looked back on the year for someone or some group of people that I would even consider as Person(s) of the Year for 2012.  I considered our servicemen and women who have been losing life and limb defending foreign shores and they made it into my final group.  Also making it into my final group were those brave American men and women who legally used their guns to defend themselves and their families.  They deserved to be listed because they are the epitome of what the Second Amendment stands for.

But in the end, there were two individuals who were more deserving than all others to earn my choice as Persons of the Year for 2012.  They are Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Cold Case Posse Investigator Mike Zullo.  These two law enforcement officers seem to be the only two legal officials to have the integrity to investigate Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president and then to publicly report their findings of forgery and fraud.

Once Arpaio launched the investigation into Obama’s birth certificate, the White House and Justice Department descended on him like a flock of vultures on a dead carcass.  Only this carcass wasn’t dead and it fought back with everything it had.  Arpaio met their challenges that amounted to nothing more than political bullying.  He stood his ground because he knew he was legally right.  In the end, the feds dismissed their racial profiling case against him.

Mike Zullo faced hurdles at every step of his investigation by those who sought to protect Obama or who were paid to protect his background.  Undaunted, Zullo continued his investigation like a blood hound on a fresh trail.

Despite all of the criticism from the liberal media, Arpaio and Zullo stepped forward and reported to the nation that they had overwhelming evidence that Obama’s birth certificate, Social Security Card and Selective Service Card were all forgeries and that someone in the White House committed fraud against the American people by presenting them as being genuine.

Sadly, no one of any importance had the same integrity and guts as these two men did, and no else acted upon their evidence.  There were even judges that ignored their evidence as they ruled Obama eligible for office.

Arpaio and Zullo stood to lose everything had their investigation gone wrong, but they believed that it was their legal duty to pursue what the residents of the county insisted they do.  Therefore, my choice for Persons of the Year for 2012 are Joe Arpaio and Mike Zullo.

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