Tuesday, September 30, 2008

We are NOT crazy

When we say the media is in the tank for Obama, we mean it.
If a 30-year insider like Bernard Goldberg isn't good enough for you (plus all the mountains of evidence) now there's another "insider" telling us what we've known for far too long already. The fix is in.

Seven Top Lies About Sarah Palin

By Maxim Lott

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has been subjected to an intense amount of media and public scrutiny since she was named as John McCain's vice presidential pick one week ago. Many of the attacks have come in the form of unconfirmed reports on the Internet. Among them:

1) Palin "Joined a Secessionist Political Party"

The Charge: Unsubstantiated Internet reports insisted Palin was once a member of the Alaska Independence Party, which critics call a secessionist political movement and supporters say is dedicated to seeking greater state control over federal lands across Alaska.

The Facts: Palin has been a registered Republican since 1982. There is no record of her ever being a member of the AIP, or any party but the GOP. Palin's husband has been a member of the AIP in the past, but since 2002 has been a registered independent.

(See: Party Official Says Palin Was Not a Member)

2) Palin Supported a "Nazi Sympathizer"

The Charge: "Palin was a supporter of Pat Buchanan, a right-winger or, as many Jews call him: a Nazi sympathizer," Obama Florida spokesman Mark Bubriski was quoted as saying in a Miami Herald article.

The Facts: While mayor of Wasilla, Palin wore a Buchanan button during the sometimes presidential candidate's 1999 visit. But Palin actually supported Steve Forbes in 2000, and served as a co-chair on his Alaska campaign.

In the weeks after the 1999 report of her wearing the Buchanan button, Palin said: "When presidential candidates visit our community, I am always happy to meet them. I'll even put on their button when handed one as a polite gesture of respect. ... The article may have left your readers with the perception that I am endorsing this candidate, as opposed to welcoming his visit to Wasilla."

(See: Obama campaign advisor quote is from an e-mail sent to the Miami Herald )

3) Palin "Wants Creationism Taught in School"

The Charge: Palin opposes the teaching of evolution, and would mandate the teaching of creationism in the state's public schools.

The Facts: Palin said during her 2006 gubernatorial campaign that she would not push the state Board of Education to add creation-based alternatives to the state's required curriculum, or look for creationism advocates when she appointed board members. She has kept this pledge, according to the Associated Press.

Palin has spoken in favor of classroom discussions of creationism, in some cases. "I don't think there should be a prohibition against debate if it comes up in class. It doesn't have to be part of the curriculum," Palin told the Anchorage Daily News in a 2006 interview.

(See: 'Creation science' enters the race; Palin is only candidate to suggest it should be discussed in schools. By Tom Kizzia, Anchorage Daily News, 27 October 2006)

4) Palin "Was Nearly Recalled" While Mayor

The Charge: Palin was so controversial as mayor of Wasilla that she was almost recalled by a popular voter movement.

The Facts: The Wasilla City Council considered but never took up a recall motion after she fired a longtime police chief, who subsequently brought a lawsuit. A citizen's group dropped their recall bid, and a judge ruled Palin had the authority to fire the chief.

(See: Foes Back Off Push to Recall Mayor)

5) Palin "Opposes Sex Education"

The Charge: Palin opponents say she supported the end of all sex education in public schools. In light of her daughter's presumably unplanned teen pregnancy, this has been a particularly well discussed Internet topic.

The Facts: "The explicit sex-ed programs will not find my support," Palin wrote in a 2006 questionnaire distributed among gubernatorial candidates. Palin favors abstinence-based sex education programs.

(See: McCain fought money on teen pregnancy programs, By Sharon Theimer, Associated Press, Sept. 2, 2008)

6) "This Picture Proves Palin is …"

The Charge: A slew of fake, Photoshopped or misdated photographs on the Internet purport to show Palin in any number of embarrassing or compromising poses. One photo claimed to show Palin standing poolside, wearing an American flag-themed bikini, toting a rifle with telescopic sight.

The Facts: The various photos are being discredited and shown to be fake on a number of Web sites. The original of the so-called bikini shot, probably the best-known of the pictures, was shown to have been taken of another woman, with Palin's head Photoshopped above the body.

(See: Call to Arms)

7) Palin is the grandmother, and not the mother, of Trig Palin

The Charge: The most salacious rumor of all, this theory holds that Palin did not give birth to her son Trig in April, and was actually covering up for her daughter, Bristol.

The Facts: There are a number of photographs showing an apparently pregnant Sarah Palin, as well as a number of published eyewitness accounts of her pregnancy. These include First Lady Laura Bush, who says she spoke with a pregnant Palin at a governor's conference in February. An assignment manager for KTVA news in Anchorage, Cherie Shirey, has also been quoted saying: "We worked with Governor Palin many times in 2008. Our reporters worked her on location and in the studio and I worked with her myself. She was definitely pregnant. You could see it in her belly and her face. The whole idea that Sarah Palin wasn't pregnant with Trig is completely, absolutely absurd."

Saturday, September 27, 2008

The Debates Part 1

I have to concur with The Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol who said last night,
"If this were prize fight, the first round would go to Obama, and the rest to McCain with a couple of ties in the middle."

Now, of course I know you expected that I would give the debate to McCain. But, I didn't think I would in the first 15 minutes or so. I think Obama did very well. He was his usual elegant self, and this time I wasn't left scratching my head wondering just what the hell he was talking about. Usually after a speech, (or more accurately the day after a speech) Obama has had to clarify statements because of what I see as misstatements or half-truths. The reason I did was that I believe McCain put Obama on the defensive most of the night. It didn't help that Obama said McCain was right eight different times.

I think both men were, for the most part, calm and collected and both and made good points.
The only clear shot Obama gave, as I saw it, although it was in no way a knockout punch, was when he pointed out that he "has a bracelet too" referring to a bracelet that a deceased hero's mom gave to Obama asking him to "make sure no other mother has to go through" what she has. I don't think McCain saw that one coming.

However, as I've said the rest of the night belonged to Mccain, although there were a couple of times that I though McCain let Obama get away with statements that should have been forcefully rebuted. One such rebuke should have been on the opening question on the bail-out.
For the life of me, I don't know why McCain didn't make a point of informing the crowd and the television audience that Obama (as I've mentioned in another post) was a major recipient of Fannie May/Freddie Mac contributions. Also, I was waiting for McCain to fire back about the campaign contributions that Obama received from "big oil". Yes, McCain received about four million dollars, but Obama has received about two million. What was he waiting for?
and what about the Democrats that stretched this problem to the breaking point and said, basically, it was all much ado about nothing?
Democrats like Charles Rangel who said,
"I'd be amiss if I didn't mention that fears of riskiness of Fannie May were overblown."
Or Charles Schumer, who advocated legislation to allow Freddie Mac to increase their role in the mortgage market, as has Republican Mike Oxley.
Five years ago, Barney Frank vouched for the "soundness" of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and said "I do not see" any "possibility of serious financial losses to the treasury."
Earlier this year, Senator Christopher Dodd praised Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac for "riding to the rescue" when other financial institutions were cutting back on mortgage loans. He too said that they "need to do more" to help sub- prime borrowers get better loans.

But back to the topic at hand.
What about that point that Obama keeps making throughout this campaign about McCain voting with Bush 90 percent of the time? I wish McCain would have pointed out, as Charles Krauthammer has, that about 65 percent of that 90 percent was to vote against the override to Bush's veto to eliminate earmark spending, pork and Democratic personal pet projects.

In closing, and you lefties will love this; but facts are facts, although I believe McCain won this debate, I also believe Obama came out on top overall because of it. He was leading in the poles (not by much and with the MSM covering his every fault-both personal as well as professional-he should be at least 15 points up) so all he had to do was hold his own, and as I've said, I believe he accomplished that.

Friday, September 26, 2008

The Doctrine of the Left

When desperate, regress to the third grade.

Nevermind that CNN's Anderson Cooper, who attempts to portray himself as fair and balanced (of course there's only one network who can actually claim that-even Hillary Clinton says that after the media turned on her in favour of the Obamessiah) but he not once corrected (not that I expected him to) nor will he or anyone from the Communist News Network apologize for allowing their left-wing bias to o.k. someone like former Clinton acolyte, Paul Begala publicly call President Bush a "functioning moron", apparently channeling Kieth Olbermann.

Another Democrat weasel, House Majority Leader, Harry "The War is Lost" Reid has yet again decided to embarrass himself and any decent Democrat by playing sleazy politics in this crisis situation when he said that at the White House meeting yesterday that John McCain said "nothing substantiative", while Barack Obama, of course, was "his usual, deliberate, calm self."
I think he should have immediately followed that up with,
"I'm Harry Reid and I approve this message."

John Murtha just might be getting his comeuppance as he is being sued by a former Haditha marine for his slander of him and his compatriots for Murtha's unsubstantiated slurs back in 2005.
Remember this?

By the way, the "Democrat Pig" line is not mine. I didn't post this video. Although I don't entirely disagree with it.

Or how about this recent one?

And we mustn't forget this:

To quote Flounder from Animal House,
Oh boy, is this great!"

Alcee Hasting said yesterday, get this,
"Anybody who clings to guns (Barack?) and strips moose don't care what they do to blacks and Jews."
That is not a typo, folks. The (poor excuse for a) man actually said that.
Can't you just picture a white Republican saying that and getting away with that? No? Me neither, because it wouldn't happen. Where the hell is the New York Times on this one?
I mean even people like Thomas Sowell or Michael Steele would come under a barrage from the Traitor Times as an "Uncle Tom" or a self-hating black man.
Can you just see the newsrooms across the country when that statement was uttered?
"Did you hear what he said? We have to get on this. We have to villify and destroy this guy! Oh, wait. He's a Democrat? Nevermind."

Then of course, there's the new add on an old trick that McCain will die in office because of his age. Be it a heart attack, a stroke or even Malenoma.
That brings me to this point. This may be in bad taste, but think about this (let me just think like a Democrat or a member of the MSM for a minute:
According to the radical left, and especially CNN's resident tool, Jack McCafferty; if Obama loses, it won't be because of his platform, association with criminals and domestic terrorists, or even his judgment and morals.
No, it will be because America is racist. That's it. That's all. Because America hates black people. I guess Kayne West was right after all.

Nevermind the fact that he's the first black presidential candidate of either party (a fact that McCain made a classy point of congratulating Obama on) and that the last two Secretaries of State are black (in the administration of that horrible, racist President Bush of all people)
But that dosn't matter to the left. Nope. All that matters is giving people a reason to riot.
By the way, did anyone notice anybody rioting and looting after Hurricane Ike hit decimated Galvaston, Texas? No? Hmm.
Mark my words, that's exactly what will happen if Obama wins.

Anyways, my belaboured point is (man, I digress a lot) if America is so racist, how long would it be before (God forbid) some crackpot tries to assassinate him?
Obviously, I'm no fan of Obama and I don't want to see him as president, but I'm what John Wayne is when he spoke at Jimmy Carter's inaugural address.
I'm part of the opposition, but the loyal opposition. As Dennis Miller said on The View one time, if Obama wins, he'll (reluctantly) be my guy (until a God-send of a obvious, undeniable scandal gets him impeached)

Finally, about this Freddie Mac/Fannie May bail-out:
I don't like it, I don't support it. It's welfare for the rich and it's just plain socialism.
Although something has to be done and done quickly, there has to be has to be bi-partisanship. They all say they want it, they all say they must do it, but you know there's going to be grandstanding, agenda-driven politics and the playing of the name-game before it's all over by both sides...but mostly by the Democrats.

They "fixed" it for Chrysler and the airlines, so why not for the mortgage companies, right?
Well, the airlines needed a boost after 9/11, but as for these private companies, such as Fannie May and Chrysler, another way could have been found.

Speaking of another way, why didn't the Democratically-controlled, do-nothing congress just sponsor a bill that would have fixed this problem months ago? They already have the votes, they don't need any Republican advocation, so what's the problem?
I'll tell you. The Dems needed an out. If they put forth and green-light a proposal that tanks (as it most assuredly would) they would have nobody to blame. Not only does that not fair well for Barack Obama-as it seems that's his only card to play right now-it also puts more Republicans in Congress and John McCain in the White House.

And FYI, as of this writing, there has been no deal struck on this issue. It was leaked to the press by an over zealous Dem (on orders by Weasel Harry and Blinky, I'm sure) so as to reap the rewards and benefits if successful and to place the blame on the Republicans when it fails.

"We must set politics aside and do what's right." - John McCain
"If I can be helpful, I'm prepared to be there at any point." - Barack Obama

In short, McCain wants to lead and Obama wants to be told when to.
Yeah, gimmie a call when you need me.

Mccain wanted to suspend his campaign-including postponing the first Presidential debate-if needed to do what's right and Obama smears him for it.
We must debate as scheduled, I have Hollywood parties to get to.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Canadian General Election Coming Up As Well (Yawn)

On October 14th to be exact.

Like I've said before, Canadian politics are usually pretty boring. And since I've been out of the loop because of that, I'll simply direct you to two great Canadian political blogs that I've referenced before, in case you have a slight interest.

They're on the ball way better than I.

Angry in the Great White North (officially stevejanke.com) and Small Dead Animals by Kate Mulligan.

He Told You So

...and so did McCain for that matter.

I certainly recall these moments. Apparently, the MSM, the Dems or any other of his critics do not-although, I believe they chose not too.

By the way, you are aware that Barack Obama received the second most contributions from Fannie May and Freddie Mac don't you?

And let's not forget his ties to former Fannie Mae executive Jim Johnson.
The comments following the story do have some good points, if not entirely accurate. But as for McCain being "corrupt"? That's a big charge that is...well, to laugh.
And if Mccain was laughed at for saying the fundamentals of the economy are strong, what does that say about Chris Dodd?

Who was first in Fannie May/Freddie Mac contributions? Why, Chris Dodd's son, Hunter of course. You may want to research that one yourself. Now Senator Dodd is on the oversight committee for these embarrassments. Quaint, huh?

I threw this one in just for fun. It has nothing to do with the housing fiasco, it just makes me laugh.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Jon Voight Op-Ed

I know, I know, this a little old, but it's really enlightening and quite fair. If Barbara Streisand and Hanoi Jane can be heard and have their far left-wing (read: communist) views printed, why can't people like Voight or Tom Selleck also be heard and read?
Oh, right, Hollywood is little Havana, (or little Beijing, or little Moscow for that matter) remember?

Anyways, this is from an opinion piece from back in July that was (surprisingly) run by the Associated Press. However, I have my suspicions that the MSM wasn't really all that behind it and not as many people read it as Voight probably would have liked. So, I'm just doing my part.

VOIGHT: My concerns for America
Obama sowing socialist seeds in young people

Monday, July 28, 2008

Actor Jon Voight. Associated Press.
We, as parents, are well aware of the importance of our teachers who teach and program our children. We also know how important it is for our children to play with good-thinking children growing up.
Sen. Barack Obama has grown up with the teaching of very angry, militant white and black people: the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan, William Ayers and Rev. Michael Pfleger. We cannot say we are not affected by teachers who are militant and angry. We know too well that we become like them, and Mr. Obama will run this country in their mindset.
The Democratic Party, in its quest for power, has managed a propaganda campaign with subliminal messages, creating a God-like figure in a man who falls short in every way. It seems to me that if Mr. Obama wins the presidential election, then Messrs. Farrakhan, Wright, Ayers and Pfleger will gain power for their need to demoralize this country and help create a socialist America.
The Democrats have targeted young people, knowing how easy it is to bring forth whatever is needed to program their minds. I know this process well. I was caught up in the hysteria during the Vietnam era, which was brought about through Marxist propaganda underlying the so-called peace movement. The radicals of that era were successful in giving the communists power to bring forth the killing fields and slaughter 2.5 million people in Cambodia and South Vietnam. Did they stop the war, or did they bring the war to those innocent people? In the end, they turned their backs on all the horror and suffering they helped create and walked away.
Those same leaders who were in the streets in the '60s are very powerful today in their work to bring down the Iraq war and to attack our president, and they have found their way into our schools. William Ayers is a good example of that.
Thank God, today, we have a strong generation of young soldiers who know exactly who they are and what they must do to protect our freedom and our democracy. And we have the leadership of Gen. David Petraeus, who has brought hope and stability to Iraq and prevented the terrorists from establishing a base in that country. Our soldiers are lifting us to an example of patriotism at a time when we've almost forgotten who we are and what is at stake.
If Mr. Obama had his way, he would have pulled our troops from Iraq years ago and initiated an unprecedented bloodbath, turning over that country to the barbarianism of our enemies. With what he has openly stated about his plans for our military, and his lack of understanding about the true nature of our enemies, there's not a cell in my body that can accept the idea that Mr. Obama can keep us safe from the terrorists around the world, and from Iran, which is making great strides toward getting the atomic bomb. And while a misleading portrait of Mr. Obama is being perpetrated by a media controlled by the Democrats, the Obama camp has sent out people to attack the greatness of Sen. John McCain, whose suffering and courage in a Hanoi prison camp is an American legend.
Gen. Wesley Clark, who himself has shame upon him, having been relieved of his command, has done their bidding and become a lying fool in his need to demean a fellow soldier and a true hero.
This is a perilous time, and more than ever, the world needs a united and strong America. If, God forbid, we live to see Mr. Obama president, we will live through a socialist era that America has not seen before, and our country will be weakened in every way.

Monday, September 22, 2008

I Knew There Was a Reason Why I Liked These Guys

...aside from the fact that they were a couple of my childhood sports heroes.

Now I find out that they have it going on upstairs as well. More soldiers to the cause.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Hollywood Morons Exposed

They all preach about peace and love and harmony (Actually I think-as goofy as he is-Richard Gere is the only one that actually means it, being a buddist)
but yet, that Bush Derangement Syndrome hits them-froth and all-and they're just as angry at the president as we on the right are about them when they open their mouths to things they clearly have no clue of what they're talking about.

Seriously, and I know I keep saying that these people are loons, folks. That's because it's painfully true.
These are the same people that have absolutely no idea how food and cleaning supplies get in their cupboards, what their children are learning or who they're hanging out with and their favorite source of information is MSNBC and The View. Wow!

Want a little insight into what these people call an education? (and why are we supposed to care)

Here ya go.

And check out these steps on "How to Be a Mean Liberal Celebrity Hypocrite"

Have you heard how heard how much hate-filled, vitrolic, nonsense comes out of these elitists mouths? Not to mention the pure stupidity (of course the above education levels explains that) but man, do these people prove every time they open their collective, irrelevant mouths how they really belong in the world of make-believe.
...And that's just a small sample.


Mind you, these aren't all celebrities, some of them are in fact pretty bright-some, it just seems that the ones who shriek the loudest appear to be the least informed. But, they're celebrities after all, so they know best.

Maybe He'll Have His Own Video

...aside from the one by the "Obama Girl" of course.

Recently Senators John McCain and Barack Obama had another individual interview session like the one they had at the Saddleback Ranch a few weeks ago.

Forget the fact that PBS' Judy Woodruff (apparently channeling John Kerry) raised the liberal-minded question that-in so many words-members of the U.S. military are of, shall we say, less of average intelligence. Remember, this is the same university campus that invited Iranian president Amadiniwhackjob to their campus to string a bunch of lies together so he could force-feed his anti-semitic rhetoric (applauded by many on hand) to Columbia's young and dumb-but at the same time won't allow the ROTC on campus. As for that, if McCain becomes president, he should immediately cease all government funding to Columbia until they wise up.

But, nevermind that for now. Did you happen to catch what Obama said what his "mission" as president would be? To make the government "cool" again.
That's right, Mr. Hip, the Messiah, the Anointed One wants to turn the American government into MTV. That is of course if you think that MTV is cool and not just another liberal-supported cesspool of youth corruption and indoctrination. Hmm, maybe he'll appear with Kanye West or Jay Z in a video whining about how evil America is, or how racially speaking, nothing has changed in the last 60-plus years. It hasn't? Oh, who is this guy named Obama running for president? But that doesn't matter, because nothing has changed, right?

Or maybe the MSM will once again try and convince us that we really need their input and that of some uneducated, ignorant Hollyweird celebrities such as Janine Garafolo, Sean Penn or Matt Damon. Speaking of the latter, it appears, like most of his inconsequential counterparts in make-believe land, that Damon is beleiving everything he reads on whatever left-wing, McCain/Palin hating websites and blogs (like the one by someone named "Bob" that Palin banned books, or believes that dinosaurs roamed the earth 4000 years ago-which she has never claimed) but again, they believe this junk because they want to believe it-much like the "Truthers" and 9/11.

Then again, is it all that surprising that this is coming from the sort that pray at the alter of Al Gore?
Again, I have to ask, does the media really think that well-informed, aware people really care what these Hollywood loonies think? I mean we're talking about the same people who get their "information" from MSNBC and Google.

Speaking of Gore, remember in An Inconvenient Truth wherein he said that 2005 was the hottest on record? Well, it turns out that 2008 was the coolest on record. How long do you think it will take the Goracle to tell people about that one?

Anyways, enough digressing. The point is, Obamessiah is finally starting to realize that he may be in trouble. He talks about the McCain campaign resorting to smear tactics and old-school politics (coming from the guy who says McCain doesn't know how to use the internet-actually he does, but because of his war injuries he can't use the keyboard as efficiently as the next person, but he still can, with the help of his wife or children. Also as for the old-school stuff, Obama talks a big game about McCain being a Washington insider, then picks as his running mate-who even he says is not the best person for he job-Joe Biden, a decent enough man, but someone who has been insider for the past 35years. Captain Hypocrisy strikes again. And speaking of hypocrisy, what is it that Obama keeps saying about Mccain? That he's out of touch with the middle-class, the average American? Right. And then he goes off to Hollywood to hang out with his celebrity pals. Yeah, that's pretty mainstream and middle-class, huh?

By the way, has anyone heard from Michelle Obama, John Kerry, or Harry Reid speaking on behalf of the junior senator from Illinois lately? Yeah, me neither. Do you think it has anything to do with the fact that anytime any one of those tries to score points for Obama in a public speaking engagement, end up costing him in the polls? How long do you think it will take him to throw his own wife under the bus? Hey, he did it to his own grandmother, you know.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Obama's Not Exactly's

I was going to post on all the misrepresentations (i.e blatant lies that the in-the-tank-for-Obama MSM would rather perish in flames about than actually inform you on, that Barack Obama has spewed over the last eight months or so, you know how he is a reformer (not even close) how he was born a whole four years before his parents marched in Selma, etc.

But then I received this e-mail yesterday and who's ever responsible for it pretty much did the work for me. Learn and enjoy:

There is an old adage that you never talk religion and politics. I think that if you don't talk religion and politics, your ability to do so may be taken away. I am not an avid McCain supporter, far from it, but I am definitely not a Barack Obama supporter! The next election could change the course of our lives in America and world history. It is that important!

I am sending this to friends--I do not know all our of your political leanings, so no offense is intended if you disagree with any of the enclosed. Some I know I will never sway, but I must try. All elections are important, but this one is even more so... VOTE!

Obama's 'Not Exactly's'

1.) Selma got me born...

NOT EXACTLY: your parents felt safe enough to have you in 1961 - Selma had no effect on your birth, as Selma was in 1965.

(Google 'Obama Selma' for his full March 4, 2007 speech and articles about its various untruths.)

2.) My Father Was A Goat Herder . .

NOT EXACTLY: he was a privileged, well educated youth, who went on to work with the Kenyan Government.

3.) My Father Was A Proud Freedom Fighter . . .

NOT EXACTLY: he was part of one of the most corrupt and violent governments Kenya has ever had.

4.) My Family Has Strong Ties To African Freedom . . .

NOT EXACTLY: your cousin Raila Odinga has created mass violence in attempting to overturn a legitimate election in 2007, in Kenya. It is the first widespread violence in decades. The current government is pro-American but Odinga wants to overthrow it and establish Muslim Sharia law. Your half-brother, Abongo Obama, is Odinga's follower. You interrupted your New Hampshire campaigning to speak to Odinga on the phone. Check out the following link for verification of that and for more.

Obama's cousin Odinga in Kenya ran for president and tried to get Sharia Muslim law in place there . When Odinga lost the elections, his followers burned Christians' homes as well as men, women and children alive in a Christian church where they took refuge. Obama supported his cousin before the election process here started. (Google 'Obama and Odinga')

5.) My Grandmother Has Always Been A Christian . . .

NOT EXACTLY: She does her daily Salat prayers at 5 AM according to her own interviews. Christianity would not have supported her being one of 14 wives to 1 man.

6.) My Name is African Swahili . . .

NOT EXACTLY: Your name is Arabic and 'Baraka' (from which Barack came) means 'blessed' in that language. Hussein is also Arabic and so is Obama.

Barack Hussein Obama is not half black. If elected, he would be the first Arab-American President, not the first black President. Barack Hussein Obama is 50% Caucasian from his mother's side, and 43.75% Arabic and 6.25 % African Negro from his father's side.

While Barack Hussein Obama's father was from Kenya, his father's family were mainly Arabs.. Barack Hussein Obama's father was only 12.5% African Negro and 87.5% Arab (his father's birth certificate states he's Arab, not African Negro). From....and for more....go to.....

7.) I Never Practiced Islam . . .

NOT EXACTLY: You practiced it daily at school, where you were registered as a Muslim and kept that faith for 31 years -- until you changed the year before running for public office.

4-3-08 Article 'Obama was 'quite religious in Islam''

8.) My School In Indonesia Was Christian . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you were registered as Muslim there and got in trouble in Koranic Studies for making faces (check your own book).

February 28, 2008. Kristoff from the New York Times a year ago: 'Mr. Obama recalled the opening lines of the Arabic call to prayer, reciting them with a first-rate accent. In a remark that seemed delightfully uncalculated (it'll give Alabama voters heart attacks), Mr. Obama descr ibed the call to prayer as 'one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.' This is just one example of what Pamela is talking about when she says 'Obama's narrative is being altered, enhanced and manipulated to whitewash troubling facts.'

9.) I Was Fluent In Indonesian . . .

NOT EXACTLY: not one former teacher says you could speak the language.

10.) Because I lived In Indonesia, I have more foreign experience . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you were there from the ages of 6 to 10, and could not speak the language.

11.) I Am Stronger On Foreign Affairs . . .

NOT EXACTLY: except for Africa and the Middle East, you have never been anywhere else on the planet and have NO experience with our closest allies.

12.) I Blame My Early Drug Use On Ethnic Confusion . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you were quite content in high school to be Barry Obama, no mention of Kenya and no mention of struggle to identify. Your classmates said you were just fine.

13.) An Ebony Article Moved Me To Run For Office . . .

NOT EXACTLY: Ebony has yet to find the article you mention in your book. It doesn't, and never did, exist.

14.) A Life Magazine Article Changed My Outlook On Life .

NOT EXACTLY: Life has yet to find the article you mention in your book. It doesn't, and never did, exist.

15.) I Won't Run On A National Ticket In '08 . . .

NOT EXACTLY: here you are, despite saying live on TV that you would not have enough experience by then -- and you are all about 'having experience first '.

16.) Voting 'Present' is Common In Illinois Senate . . .

NOT EXACTLY: common for YOU, but not many others have 130 NO VOTES.

17.) I Was A Professor Of Law . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you were a senior lecturer ON LEAVE.

18.) I Was A Constitutional Lawyer . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you were a senior lecturer ON LEAVE.

19.) Without Me, There Would Be No Ethics Bill . . .
N OT EXACTLY: you didn't write it, introduce it, change it, or create it.

20.) The Ethics Bill Was Hard To Pass . . .

NOT EXACTLY: it took just 14 days from start to finish.

21.) I Wrote A Tough Nuclear Bill . . .

NOT EXACTLY: your bill was rejected by your own party for its pandering and lack of all regulation -- mainly because of your Nuclear donor, Exelon, from which David Axelrod came.

22.) I Have Released My State Records . .

NOT EXACTLY: as of March, 2008, state bills you sponsored or voted for have yet to be released, including all the special interests pork hidden within.

23.) I Took On The Asbestos Altgeld Gardens Mess . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you were part of a large group of people who remedied Altgeld Gardens. You failed to mention anyone else but yourself in your books.

24.) My Economics Bill Will Help America . .

NOT EXACTLY: your 111 economic policies were combined into a proposal which los t 99-0, and even YOU voted against your own bill.

25.) I Have Been A Bold Leader In Illinois . .

NOT EXACTLY: even your own supporters characterize your actions as careful rather than bold.

26.) I Passed 26 Of My Own Bills In One Year . . .

NOT EXACTLY: they were not YOUR bills, but rather handed to you after their creation by a fellow Senator, 'to assist you in a future bid for higher office'.

27.) No One on my campaign contacted Canada about NAFTA . . .

NOT EXACTLY: the Canadian Government issued the names and a memo of the conversation your campaign had with them.

28.) I Am Tough On Terrorism . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you missed the Iran Resolution vote on terrorism, and said numerous times that you would sit down with leaders of rogue states without preconditions. Not even Hillary Clinton would go that far-or so she says.

29.) I passed 900 Bills in the State Senate . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you passed 26, most of which you didn't write.

30.) I Believe In Fairness, Not Tactics . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you used tactics to eliminate Alice Palmer from running against you. (Personal note: more on this and the Chicago Machine politics that Obama was-and still is-deeply into later...you will not believe it)

31.) I Don't Take PAC Money . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you take loads of it.

32.) I don't Have Lobbyists . . .

NOT EXACTLY: you have 47 lobbyists on staff, and counting.

33.) My Campaign Had Nothing To Do With The 1984 Ad . . .

NOT EXACTLY: your own campaign worker made the ad on his Apple in one afternoon.

34.) I Have Always Been Against Iraq . .

NOT EXACTLY: you weren't in office to vote against it AND you have voted to fund it every single time.

Oh, this is just the beginning folks. What about Rezco, Wright, Farrakhen, Pfleger, Ayers, Meeks, Mechelle, etc. Like I said, more on that later.

And people say Bush is a liar, HA!

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Lipstick or Not

Look, I don't know if Barack Obama meant to say the whole "lipstick on a pig" thing or not. All I know is that the phrase has been used before in political campaigns when one or more candidate adamantly disagrees with the policies of his or her opponent. John McCain said it himself just last year and Dick Cheney used it to describe the would-be policies of John Kerry and Con Edwards in the general election of 2004.

But Obama had to have realized that those comments would be taken as a smear (nay, a downright chauvinistic insult) to Sarah Palin so soon after she used the term "lipstick" when describing the subtle differences between hockey moms and pit bulls. Actually I believe Obama didn't really mean to do that, but he should have known better. And to be sure, his audience took it as the same meaning, according to their reaction. Also, he does have a little history of perhaps not treating women with total respect.
You know, while talking to a female reporter, he called her, "sweetie" when asking her to hang on for a second. He also flipped Hillary Clinton the bird.
But I think this one may be a little to obvious to be a underhanded slight.

But let's be clear on this, Barack Hussein Obama is clearly not fit to lead America and the free world. Remember when Nikita Khrushchev had JFK for lunch? What do you actually think Vladimir Putin (not to mention the rest of the world's rouge leaders) would do to Obama?
I won't waste your time harping on the obvious fact about his lack of experience.
You'll notice that because Obama has done absolutely nothing but be a community organizer (which created no jobs and no long-term growths) the Dems are now trying the desperate measure of comparing him to Jesus Christ and Gov. Palin as Pontius Pilate. Yes, you read that right, the Dems are finally catching on to the "hope" of the mainstream magazines that Obama is actually the second coming of our Lord and savior.

Check it out:

Are. You. Serious?

First of all, Jesus was not a "community organizer" as much as the left wants try and make that impossible and shameful comparison, he was a philosopher, a teacher and of course, a carpenter.
Second, Pilate himself washed his hands of the whole thing, after trying to secure Christ's release himself. Is Cohen trying to say that Obama is the second coming? Of course he is. I guess he also believes that Palin is going to have Obama crucified, much like what the press is doing to Palin now.

How scared of Palin are these people? How desperate are they going to get? Will Obama swallow his pride (like he's made the rest of us swallow his B.S.) and dump Joe Biden for Hillary Clinton? I don't think she'd accept since she wants Obama to lose, despite what she said at the DNC. But if he did, I think it would give their ticket the kick-start it needs. Perhaps it would even carry them to the White House. But unfortunately for them, they're so split right now and they both have such big egos, (especially Billy-boy) I doubt it could work.

A Hero's Return

So Gov. Sarah Palin has come home to a hero's welcome in her home state of Alaska. She deserves it.
A real conservative with real conservative values. Man, those Dems are in a all-out panic now. Yay!

Never Forget

I can't tell you how angry I am over how people in the MSM have chosen to forget and even get annoyed at the mere mention of Sept. 11, 2001 anymore. So I won't even try.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

So, It's Not Just Telepromptors He Needs

I'm not here to get back on a regular schedule just yet, but I saw this and I had to laugh. I know it won't make a difference to all the in-the-tank-for-Obama-media or all his naive acolytes, but it just goes to show that the Anointed One is human after all and simply can't say or think of anything original, much less unwritten for him.

Never mind the "lipstick on a pig" statement for now (I'll get to that tomorrow)
just take notice of where Obama got-not only the inspiration for the "pig speech" but pretty much the entire last paragraph.

First the speech transcript:

"John McCain says he's about change too, and so I guess his whole angle is, 'Watch out George Bush -- except for economic policy, health care policy, tax policy, education policy, foreign policy and Karl Rove-style politics -- we're really going to shake things up in Washington,'" he said. "That's not change. That's just calling something the same thing something different. You know you can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig. You know you can wrap an old fish in a piece of paper called change, it's still going to stink after eight years. We've had enough of the same old thing."

Now the "inspiration":


Seriously. Are you really still impressed by this guy?
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