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FOLLOW PRESIDENT OBAMA'S MONEY TRAIL!
Please question the source of "Gifts" which President Barack Obama is allowed to designate for uses of U.S. Military Intelligence because we need to know where President Obama's loyalties lie when he uses "gifts" from unknown sources for United States Military Intelligence.
FOLLOW THIS MONEY TRAIL!
Do you think President Barack Obama is
worried about funding for the
National Foreign Intelligence Program
Joint Military Intelligence Program,
Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities?
Not on your life!
The money is piling up for these programs,
and guess what,
it is not coming from
your taxpayer dollars!
Oh, no, no, no, no, no!
Federal Law allows President Barack Obama
to dip into a super secret fund
that you probably never heard of before!
You've heard about unlimited funds for
covert C.I.A. activity,
you probably haven't heard about
this secret fund
for the National Drug Control Program
that can be
of the President of the United States
the National Foreign Intelligence Program
Joint Military Intelligence Program
and Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities.
How does this work?
The Office of National Drug Control Policy
Office of National Drug Control Policy Gift Fund.
GIFTS MAY BE RECEIVED FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR.
THAT MEANS ANYONE
IN THE WORLD
WHO WANTS TO PAY
FOR ANY CERTAIN TYPE
"JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM"
or National Foreign Intelligence
or Tactical Intelligence
AND DONATIONS OF PROPERTY
CAN BE CONTROLLED
BY PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA.
FOLLOW THE MONEY TRAIL.
IS PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
LOYAL TO YOU,
LOYAL TO THE SUPER RICH PEOPLE
WHO PROVIDE GIFTS AND PROPERTY
INTO THIS FUND
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
CAN DESIGNATE FUNDS
TO HIS CHOICE
OF National Foreign Intelligence Programs,
Joint Military Intelligence Programs
and Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities?
Title 21 USCS Section 1702
Search the United State Code
21 USCS Section 1702
Office of National Drug Control Policy
21 USCS 1702 (d)(1)(2)(3)
Office of National Drug Control Policy Gift Fund
(1) Establishment. There is established
in the Treasury of the United States a fund
for the receipt of gifts,
both real and personal,
for the purpose of aiding
the work of the Office
under section 704(c)
[ 21 USCS Section 1703(c) ].
The Office may accept,
contributions to the Fund.
(3) Use of amounts deposited.
Amounts deposited in the Fund
to be appropriated,
to remain available
for authorized purposes
at the discretion
of the Director.
21 USCS Section 1703 (c)(1)
National Drug Control Program Budget
Responsibilities of National Drug Control
(A) In general.
For each fiscal year, the head of each
department, agency, or program of the
Federal Government with responsibilities
under the National Drug Control Program Strategy
shall transmit to the Director a copy of the proposed
drug control budget
request of the department, agency, or program
at the same time as that budget request
is submitted to their superiors
(and before the submission to the
Office of Management and Budget)
in the preparation of the
budget of the President
submitted to Congress
section 1105(a) of Title 31, United States Code.
21 USCS Section 1703 (d) (1)
(d) Powers of the Director.
In carrying out subsection (b),
the Director may
(1) select, appoint, employ,
of such officers and employees
of the Office
as may be necessary to carry out
the functions of the Office
under this title.
21 USCS Section 1703 (d) (5)
Powers of the Director
from Federal, State and local government
from the private sector,
in section 703(d)
[ 21 USCS Section 1702 (d) ]
21 USCS Section 1701 (3), (5), (7)(A)
In this title:
(3) Drug. The term "drug" has the meaning given
the term "controlled substance"
in section 102(6) of the Controlled Substances Act
( 21 U.S.C. 802(6) ).
(5) Fund. The term "Fund" means the fund
established under section
[ 21 USCS Section 1702 (d).
(7) National drug control program.
The term "National Drug Control Program Agency"
means any agency
that is responsible for implementing any aspect
of the National Drug Control Strategy,
including any agency
that receives Federal funds to implement any aspect
of the National Drug Control Strategy,
but does not include
that receives funds
for drug control activity solely under the
National Foreign Intelligence Program,
the Joint Military Intelligence Program
or Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities,
unless such agency
has been designated
(A) by the President;
(B) jointly by the Director and head of the agency.
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