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By Betty Freauf
February 18, 2015

As this article is being posted on Wednesday, February 18th, Oregon’s new governor, is being sworn into office but Friday, February 13th will be remembered as the historic event – the day Oregon’s Democrat Governor John Kitzhaber resigned and the U.S. Department of Justice issued subpoenas on both Humpty Dumpty and his live in girlfriend, Cylvia Hayes. This comes a month after his unprecedented and also historic election for a fourth term. After his first term in 1995, he and Secretary of State Phil Keisling proclaimed October to become Lesbian and Gay history month and the “gays” sang again at his January 2015 inauguration. After his official resignation from office on February 18th, the Secretary of State, Kate Brown, an admitted bisexual, will be sworn in as governor.

Daniel 4:17 tells us God allows on the thrones of this world the basest of men. In other words, God gives us the kind of rulers we deserve and the kind we want because as a general rule we keep voting for them if they have a “D” or an “R” behind their name without knowing anything more about them. However, this may change in Oregon.


The NW Spotlight reported on 2/10/2015 that Secretary of State Kate Brown announced that the Independent Party of Oregon (IPO) had achieved major party status. Distaste for the 2-party system have been causing Americans to leaving the two-party “duopoly” in record numbers voting against both D’s and R’s. The IPO met the threshold of at least 5% of the number of registered voters in the most recent General Election. As of February 2nd the IPO has 108,742 registered voters – clearing the Nov. 2014 threshold of 108,739 voters by 3 voters. So once again Oregon can claim to be FIRST with a third party along with its other FIRSTS such as Vote by Mail, Doctor assisted suicide, and hundreds of other firsts too numerous to mention.


Kitzhaber, an emergency room physician, started out in the Oregon House in 1978. In 1980 he won election to the state Senate where he remained for three terms. He was Senate President from 1985 until 1993. Jeff Mapes of the Oregonian reported on 6/25/1994 that at age 47, Kitzhaber had been a bachelor since his first marriage ended in divorce in 1974. Then he became engaged to Sharon LaCroix, an unemployed physical therapist from Eugene. But a 4/6/1997 Salem Statesman Journal said she graduated with a degree in physical therapy and in 1981 set up a successful physical therapy practice in Maui but by 1993 she moved to Eugene to be with John Kitzhaber, whom she first met in 1989 on a plane flight from Maui to S.F. The couple conveniently married Jan. 1, 1995 before the inauguration ceremony. They later had a son and subsequently divorced. Kitzhaber was elected Governor for the first time in November 1994 and again in 1998 and he became one of the nation’s most respected voices on health care reform.


Due to lack of investigative reporting, however, the media led voters to believe that Governor Romney and Massachusetts were the first to adopt Universal Health care; however, Oregon’s governor Kitzhaber first became involved in Universal Health Care way back in 1989 and by December 2009 it was reported Oregon’s Health Plan was on life line being supported with federal stimulus money to the tune of $833 million. Massachusetts raked in big bucks from the federal stimulus money for its health care experiment. One of the largest single allocations with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) was more than $128 billion provided to states for health care. Massachusetts received an estimated $13.6 BILLION thru ARRA programs, grants and direct benefit.


Spring forward to an AP 12/23/2013 article by Jonathan J. Cooper and Gosia Wozniaka who noted in the fall of 2012, Oregon was one of a handful states that had received huge payouts from the federal government to be an “early innovator” building a model that other states would emulate. This “model” is a result of Rockefeller money into Oregon State University in 1971 – the project code numbered RF71079 and gave the final push to completion of plans for the computerization of all elements of human life in Oregon. Rev. 14:9-12 makes it crystal clear that no one can assure a neutral position during this intense period under the Beast.

The “model” became known as COVER OREGON and silly ads were popping up on T.V. cross the nation. By April 2013 confusion began to set in when it was learned the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Department of Human services (DHS) discovered they had miss allocated $16 million of the federal grant and were out of funds which is now of major interest to the FBI. They were forced into a contract with software giant Oracle. In August 2014 Oracle was suing COVER OREGON for breach of contract and in October the state was suing Oracle for alleged fraud & racketeering. In the meantime, Rocky King, COVER OREGON’s executive was incensed and went on indefinite medical leave in December. Later the governor secretly rehired him as a $14,000/monthly consultant. After weeks of increasing scrutiny of her Oregon Health Authority’s work, Carolyn Lawson, chief information officer for the OHA resigned for “personal reasons.”


And all of the above was done on Governor John Kitzhaber’s watch. “ After his first election in 1994 the Oregonian “reported the governor-elect called himself a consensus builder and his skills would be put “to the test in a partisan statehouse.” Consensus is Hegelian dialectics in the finest sense of the phrase: Thesis, Antithesis and synthesis (consensus).

But today he is up to his pretty narcissistic neck in a scandal with his girlfriend, co-environmentalist activist Cylvia Hayes claiming he has done nothing wrong and at first was refusing to resign since October when the Willamette Week broke the story about possible ethic violations and a glimpse inside the Orwellian world of Cylvia Hayes. IN THE NEWS reported on 2/3/2015 that First Lady Cylvia Hayes was a speaker at the 2014 Global Presencing Forum in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The forum’s subtitle was “From Ego to Eco-system Economies. Creating Well-being for all. Today there is a renewed interest in “practicing the presence” of God by incorporating the occult methodologies of Eastern meditation into Christian worship. Check out Presencing website.[1]


Prior to the 2014 election a former communication director wrote an OpEd wherein she voiced her concerns about the first lady, the overlap of campaign and state advisers, and the ways they interacted with state business. Later Kitzhaber fired Nkenge Harmon Johnson because she criticized the First Lady.

Anna Walters of the Willamette Week wrote about the similarities between Oregon’s Democrat governor John Kitzhabver and first Lady Cylvia Hayes’ scandal and the scandal of former Republican Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell and first lady Maureen McDonnell who were “convicted by a federal jury of selling the influence of the governor’s office” and are serving jail time. And in Illinois with a legacy of public corruption, has had four out of Illinois’ last seven governors end up in prison – three Democrats and one Republican.


Kitzhaber said on the day he resigned (Friday, Feb. 13) he did nothing wrong and only in Oregon can a person be convicted without due process accusing the media of being on a witch hunt; however, a federal grand jury is scheduled for March 10th. His resigning will not affect the investigations which, will no doubt, include part of the first Lady’s past including participation in a sham marriage where she accepted $5,000 to marry an Ethiopian immigrant to give him legal status in the country claiming she was struggling to put herself through college. They married in 1997 and divorced in 2002. And then there was Cylvia’s move to Washington State on property intended to be a marijuana operation. She also owns a green energy consulting firm, 3E Strategies. So, will Mr. Blue Jeans in cowboy boots and a big belt buckle at age 67 survive the investigation and miss jail time?


Democrat Representative Rod Monroe from the Portland says Kitzhaber is not the first Middle Age man to fall in love with a younger girl and gets himself in trouble but this was NOT an ordinary younger woman. To be fair, read below about pro-choice Oregon Republican Senator Bob Packwood, a once strong ally of the feminist movement. Those who say Appease, Appease are hung by those they tried to please. While Americans are choosing to have fewer babies and aborting many other innocents, the Muslims continue giving birth.


Politicians choose Fridays to make uncomfortable announcements hoping the story will disappear over the weekend like so often happens as people turn to the weekend of unending sports events but this one has already picked up steam on national news. In Genesis 3:13 man in the Garden of Eden was already wanting to do his own thing and disobeyed God and then Adam blamed the woman for their fall. Today fewer people believe in the Bible or even in absolute truth and our rejection of our objective moral standards has thrown our society into disarray. And while I’m on this subject, the Bible often shows how God would turn Israel’s enemies loose on them when they were being rebellious. Is it possible He’s allowing ISIS to terrorize us because of not only our immoral society but others such as Britain?


Gay marriage does not restore lost rights but takes right away from others. It redefines marriage to mean something wholly unprecedented in human society. Oregon voters on November 2, 2004 by a vote of 1,028,546 to 787,556 voted to amend the Constitution that only marriage between one man and one woman is valid or legally recognized as marriage. So what happened? The scallywags in 2007 got the Oregon Equality Act passed which protects the rights of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered Oregonians in employment, housing and public places. Senator Peter Courtney who was blubbering over Kitzhaber’s resignation on T.V. was Senate President. It wasn’t so long ago when business owners could post a sign on their business that said, “No shoes, no shirts, no service” but today the Bureau of Labor has stepped in and penalized a bar $400,000 for banning cross dressers who will each receive a portion of that penalty. On March 10th Aaron and Melissa Klein will be having a hearing regarding their refusal to bake a cake for some lesbians and are facing a $200,000 fine by the Bureau of Labor.


Ben West and Paul Rummel were successful in getting Oregon’s ban on same-sex marriage over turned on May 19, 2014 by Judge Michael McShane. Jeff Mapes at the OREGONIAN said Republican Monica Wehby, a Neurosurgery pediatrician and Obamacare dissenter, running for the U.S. Senate against Democrat Senator Merkley worked to get the endorsement of the two plainfiffs saying it “was the correct decision.” She didn’t think her gay marriage support would hurt her with Republican voters but she was wrong. The polls show generally Oregonians oppose same sex couples to marry.


Brown, 54, married Dan Little in 1997. She has two grown step children. She will be sworn into office on February 13th. The Salem Basic Rights of Oregon, the largest gay-rights organization that tried to repeal Oregon’s 2004 Constitutional ban on same-sex marriage had as its keynote speaker Oregon Secretary of State, Kate Brown, the highest-ranking openly bisexual politician in the nation. There is nothing the homosexual community loves more than to “out” some politician so they can claim how “normal” this lifestyle is. The Portland, Oregon homosexual JUST OUT publication hounded Republican Senator Mark Hatfield at a Silverton Church where he announced his first run for public office. They would return to the church every re-election cycle for Senator but he ignored them and the mainstream media would never report the incidents.

And currently in Oregon the House Speaker Tina Kotek, also is a self-proclaimed lesbian. If the State of Oregon doesn’t start shaking one of these days from the promised earthquake, then God is going to have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah that was destroyed by fire but today homeowners should keep their earthquake insurance current if they live on the West coast.


Together Oregon’s two Republican U.S. senators, Hatfield and Packwood, gave Oregon much political clout in their tenures that spanned more than a quarter century and we are now seeing the consequences of disobeying their Constitutional oaths and this applies the same to the rest of the dipsticks in Washington, D.C. Packwood’s steadfast support for abortion to appease the feminists in the end saw him fighting for his political life.

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Democrat Senator Ted Kennedy was perhaps the most notorious womanizer in modern American politics. He let Mary Jo Lopehne drown at Chappaquiddick and never got prosecuted but Republican Packwood patted a few butts and the feminists forced him out of office. Like I.R.S. Lois Lerner’s e-mails disappearing, likewise it’s being reported the FBI is looking into Kitzhaber’s missing e-mails. And I would be remiss if I neglected to mention the most notorious of all – Neil Goldschmidt who would never have been elected governor in 1986 had the media and his colleagues not covered up his molestation of his babysitter.

We have NBC’s reporter Brian Williams’, worth about $40 million, also fall from grace due to his distortions of the truth and President Barack Obama is befuddled over the ongoing ISIS atrocities around the world. The “chosen one” who many thought walked on water is turning out to be a man with little to no leadership abilities and we could be facing Sharia law in America.


1. February 2015 Berean Call Newsletter. (P.10)

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Betty is a former Oregon Republican party activist having served as state party secretary, county chairman, 5th congressional vice chairman and then elected chairman, and a precinct worker for many years but Betty gave up on the two-party system in 2004.

Betty is a researcher specializing in education, a freelance journalist and a regular contributor to
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Kitzhaber, an emergency room physician, started out in the Oregon House in 1978. In 1980 he won election to the state Senate where he remained for three terms. He was Senate President from 1985 until 1993.