Hillary Clinton And Sarah Palin Versus Mel Gibson And Hendrik Hertzberg (And Bonus Sunday Special: Fox News Finally Weighs In On The Democratic Primaries 2008)

Update: The host of Fox & Friends said this morning that they would follow-up next week and beyond, until the DNC answers questions. The Fox & Friends segment this morning (thanks Tim for locating the video. Also, these days with Black Panthers so much in our posts let’s thank Helene Latimer and the many African-Americans who stood and stand strong for principle and did not get fooled by the flim-flam man from Chicago even though the pressure on them in particular was fierce to surrender to corruption. And thanks to Democrat Gigi whose grandfather was a Democratic governor of Massachusetts for persevering and producing the documentary. And finally, our thanks and encouragement to the many Republicans and Republican/Conservative websites who are evaluating what we wrote today.):



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[Note: The Fox News Fox & Friends segment on Hillary Clinton and the Obama thuggery of 2008 will air at 9:00 a.m. (ET) this morning.]
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This is the first time we cite Free Republic with aplomb and without apology. We have to. Someone there is making sense. Lots of sense.

As we declared in our last article, and in an article from May of last year, the Republicans have a secret weapon called Hillary Clinton. But thus far they are either too stupid, too afraid of helping Hillary, or too full of Hillary hate to see their best interests. Imagine if every time an unfair “racist” charge is played, the Republican thus unfairly charged responded “You called Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton supporters ‘racists’ too and that was a lie and you are a race-baiting liar.” Imagine if every time Obama blundered or bowed or buffooned, Republicans mentioned that Hillary Clinton called Obama “naive” or worse. Which brings us to the good sense from Free Republic.

In an FR discussion centered on a Hillbuzz post and what we last wrote, someone there mentioned the upcoming Fox News report (we’ll discuss that below – see HERE for details from the producer of the film) to air this very early morning and why “Freepers” should watch the report and learn about Obama’s thug tactics during the 2008 primaries. Immediately the Hillary hate emerged and someone wrote “So only Hilary’s thugs will operate.”

The response to that emotional outburst made sense so we will share it:

“So only Hilary’s thugs will operate.”

I continue to be surprised at the number of Freepers who at the time of the primaries, and even now, were ok with these tactics being used against Hillary as if they weren’t aware we’d be facing the same thing come election time.

There were many “Freepers” who had no problem with the “anyone who disses Obama is a racist” talk when it was the Clintons on the receiving end, as well. We know how that turned out – it was just a preview of the same charges that would later be levied against us.

We need to be smarter than that. Sure, a lot of people enjoyed watching the Clintons getting bashed. But it was short-sighted, and had real consequences not just for the general election but for our country in general.

It necessitated that we turn to people like Michael Steele and Bobby Jindal to deliver our messages, who, being non-white, were better able to avoid accusations of racism in opposing Obama’s agenda. But that the Republican party felt the need to even take that step demonstrates, pretty well, the consequences of not saying a word (or even encouraging) when the Obama campaign used every dirty race-baiting trick in the book during the primaries.”

One person at least gets it. Smart. Concise. I before E (one of our favorites, which means “Intelligence Over Emotion” in political strategy).

Which brings us to Sarah Palin, Mel Gibson, and Hillary Clinton. For the gossip unaware, there is a current scandal involving the actor Mel Gibson and his abuse of his former partner Oksana Grigorieva. The scandal is top of the charts for busybodies everywhere. But there are some serious issues about this situation we need to address. This is what happened in this widely discussed and reported scandal:

“Mel Gibson was caught on tape spewing a vile, hate-filled racist rant and RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained the audio proof.

We broke the story that Mel told Oksana Grigorieva, the mother of his love child, “You’re an embarrassment to me. You look like a f***ing bitch in heat, and if you get raped by a pack of n***ers, it will be your fault.” RadarOnline.com had heard the tape.

Now, in a blockbuster world exclusive, RadarOnline.com is posting the audio of Mel’s disgusting outburst. You can listen to it here.

WARNING: This audio contains graphic and racist language. It has been left unedited so that the full impact of Mel’s rant can be heard. [snip]

“You go out in public and it’s a f*cking embarrassment to me. You look like a f*cking bitch in heat. And if you get raped by a pack of ni**ers it will be your fault. Alright? Because you provoked it. You are provocatively dressed all the time with your fake boobs that you feel you have to show off. I don’t like it. I don’t want that woman. I don’t want you. I don’t trust you. I don’t love you.”

There is also this:

“The recording has shades of another scandal for Gibson — his use of anti-Semitic and sexist remarks during a drunken driving arrest in 2006. The actor-director later apologized for the statements, which were included in a report by a sheriff’s deputy who arrested Gibson that was obtained by celebrity website TMZ.

The former couple have been locked in a bitter custody dispute in Los Angeles. The 40-year-old singer has accused Gibson of domestic violence, and sheriff’s officials have launched an investigation.”

Mel Gibson is in trouble. But the trouble is his use of the “N” word. Here is Hollywood gossip and reporter extraordinaire Nikki Finke discussing Gibson dropped by the William Morris Agency (note the involvement of Rahm Emanuel’s brother):

“I’ve just learned that WME Entertainment actually fired Mel Gibson the day before his longtime Hollywood agent Ed Limato’s death last weekend. I’m told wme-new-logo-final smaller what happened is that the news media reported last week there was a tape of Mel Gibson making a racial slur. And last Friday, WME board member Ari Emanuel “woke up at 3 AM and emailed his partner Patrick Whitesell that ‘we can’t represent a guy who said the N-word’.” [snip]

3 PM: “There is no way, with Ed Limato not here, that Mel Gibson would be a client of this company, ” an insider just told me. “I don’t think anybody’s surprised by this, given Ari’s history.” Of course that’s a reference to Ari Emanuel’s July 2006 appeal to Hollywood not to work with Gibson after the actor’s drunken anti-Semitic rant during an arrest by an officer with the Malibu Sheriff’s Station. (“At a time of escalating tensions in the world, the entertainment industry cannot idly stand by and allow Mel Gibson to get away with such tragically inflammatory statements,” Emanuel posted on The Huffington Post. “People in the entertainment community, whether Jew or gentile, need to demonstrate that they understand how much is at stake in this by professionally shunning Mel Gibson and refusing to work with him, even if it means a sacrifice to their bottom line.”)

Mel Gibson is a major Hollywood actor with a soon to be released film, “The Beaver” co-starring Jodie Foster (which is funny on several levels), is currently filming a movie called “How I Spent My Summer Vacation”, and is also working on a Viking epic, as well still being the owner of Icon Productions, according to Finke. This major Hollywood actor is in trouble not for the beating of the woman he lived with, not for anti-Semitic statements – but because he used to “N” word to denigrate and attack the woman he lived with.

The William Morris Agency and others involved in this story are marinated in rank hypocrisy. Mel Gibson beats up a woman he lives with – no problem. But use the “N” word and you are out.

Let’s look at Rahm’s brother Ari:

“In 2007, Emanuel publicly backed Chris Albrecht after Albrecht was fired from HBO for a domestic violence arrest, preceded by rumors of three earlier incidents of violence against women. Emanuel wrote, “If Hollywood is going to give Mel Gibson a second chance, and sports fans are going to cheer on stars like Jason Kidd, Latrell Sprewell, and Stephen Jackson who have made similar mistakes, why not Chris Albrecht?” Emanuel later helped Albrecht land his next job at IMG.

Ari Emanuel has hosted fundraisers for the Democratic Party.
Controversy

An April 2002 lawsuit by agent Sandra Epstein against Endeavor Agency brought accusations by Epstein and other Endeavor employees against Emanuel.[11] In the court filings, Emanuel is alleged to have allowed a friend to operate a pornographic website out of Endeavor’s offices.[11] According to Epstein, Emanuel made racist and anti-gay remarks and prevented her from sending a script about Navy SEALs to actor Wesley Snipes, saying, “That is the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. Everyone knows that blacks don’t swim”.[11] Emanuel disputed these accusations at the time. Epstein’s claims were settled for $2.25 million.”

Think about all of that. Battering a woman is only a “mistake”. And “blacks don’t swim”. But now, Ari, brother of Rahm, is the great black liberator. Ari still thinks beating women is only a “mistake” – so many other men have made that mistake it should be J-Z’eed off the shoulder.

And there is this acid observation at the Nikki Finke website in the comments section (and from a black guy!):

“So Mel has a colorful vocabulary. Big deal. I’m black and I couldn’t care less what anyone think or say behind my back as long as it doesn’t cause me harm or hinder my ability to make a living. People are entitled to their thoughts and opinions. The irony is Hollywood is a discriminatory industry in itself. Just look at all the black execs, managers, and journalists. You know, people in POWER positions. Last I checked I believe Charles King was the lone male black agent at WME. It’s the people who master saying all the right things and shedding crocodile tears at the opportune moments I worry about. At least with Mel you know what you’re getting and that’s half the battle. I can deal with that.”

Bravo Curtis! And of course there is this bit of hypocrisy:

“Let me get this straight — the William Morris Agency has reportedly dropped Mel Gibson as a client because he used the “N-word” in an unhinged privately recorded rant, but William Morris continues to represent the likes of P. Diddy, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Eminem, 50 Cent, and many more, who broadcast the same awful word to millions — daily, unabashedly and continually?”

For the record we are not fans of Gibson. His first “Die HardLethal Weapon” movie is ok as the genre goes, but we have substantial problems with his other work specifically “The Patriot” and “The Passion of the Christ”. But that’s another story. What we find surprising is the misogyny and the sexism which continues to go unexcused. One person got it and protested:

“Rita Smith, executive director of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, said Gibson was exhibiting the behavior of a “typical batterer.”

She said there is likely to be significant backlash against Gibson, but whether there are real consequences for the actor remain to be seen.

“I think that people will be similarly outraged for awhile, like they were with Chris Brown, like they were with Alec Baldwin,” Smith said. “This is one story out of thousands we hear every day.”

Brown remains on felony probation for beating his then-girlfriend Rihanna last year. Baldwin was widely criticized for berating his young daughter in a phone message that was leaked during his divorce from Kim Basinger.

Smith said she hoped the incident would increase awareness of the dire straits of domestic violence shelters around the country, which are facing budget cuts.”

And we are so happy that there are now people who are beginning to understand the deeply embedded sexism and misogyny in the society which batters women on a daily basis. We rejoiced when we read this:

“The condemnation of his racist remarks was swift and rightly so. But where was the outcry against his sexism, which was not only vile, but violent? In tape recordings, Gibson has admitted to hitting Girgorieva while she was holding their child, knocking out some teeth. When she cries, “What kind of a man is that who would hit a woman when she is holding a child in her hands, hitting her twice in the face? What kind of a man is that?,” he replies, “You know what? You f**cking deserved it.” [snip]

But, the discussion of sexism overall has been muted and the response has failed to spark any large-scale outrage against his domestic violence and threats. In fact, the blogosphere and on-line comments are riddled with apologies for this man, with far too many commenters letting him off the hook, his actions understood as some kind of response to being provoked. She did something to set him off, and so, he couldn’t control himself. In other words, maybe she did “deserve” it.

I am not at all suggesting that Gibson’s racism should be ignored. Rather, I am saying that this is overwhelmingly a violent, sexist event for which there is no excuse (nor could there ever be). The racist epithets are deeply wrong, but it is this man’s sexism that could get this woman killed. His violence and the danger he poses to her and her daughter are criminal, and he belongs in jail. We need the media to cover this story responsibly and, in some bizarre way, use it as an opportunity to put the spotlight on a growing domestic violence epidemic that has yet to get the attention and the collective outrage that it demands.”

The “N” word provokes outrage and firings, but Black Panther voter intimidation and violence against women is forgiven. We have written a great deal about sexism and misogyny utilized against Hillary Clinton during the primaries and we have warned Sarah Palin supporters to expect the same.

“Sean Hannity in particular constantly attacks Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton in ugly, gratuitous ways. Hannity is living in the 1990s. Even the biggest Bill and Hillary haters, such as Richard Mellon Scaife, now recognize they were fools drunk with destructive Clinton hate. Hannity would make a stronger case against Barack Obama if he would invoke the nastiness of the Obama campaign against Hillary and stop the nastiness against Hillary himself.

Some Republicans will fan the flames of Hillary hatred. These are Republicans who are afraid of Sarah Palin and do not want to do anything that might help women, such as attack sexism and misogyny.”

Hillary Clinton supporters and Sarah Palin supporters are locked, whether they like it or not, in a necessary alliance. We discussed The Shame Of The Democratic Left and how misogynistic the boys (and don’t let off the hook the many misogynistic women too) of the Left are. The boys of the Right are not much better. In that article we noted how African-American Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, who ran for president when it was not cool for a woman to run for president, compared racism and sexism:

I’ve always met more discrimination being a woman than being Black,” she said. “When I ran for the Congress, when I ran for president, I met more discrimination as a woman than for being Black. Men are men.

Keep those words of wisdom in mind Sarah Palin supporters. And do not forget that in the competition between race and gender, between “N” word and battering, race will win. PINO Hendrik Hertzberg of the New Yorker has our eternal enmity for writing this with his self-satisfied smirk:

“Competitions among grievances do not ennoble, and both Clinton and Obama strove to avoid one; but it does not belittle the oppressions of gender to suggest that in America the oppressions of race have cut deeper.”

Of course the very purpose of Hertzberg was to belittle the oppressions of gender because he was an Obama Hopium Guzzler. It is very easy to see race as the greater oppression when you remove 90% of violence against woman from the equation. The daily beatings and denigrations against women, even unto today, are not considered “oppressions of gender” by Hertzberg and his ilk. Slave rape is considered a “race” crime not a gender crime. Wife battering is considered a “personal mistake” not part of the “oppressions of gender”. Verbal abuse of women in the vilest forms is tolerated as long as the “N” word is not invoked.

Hertzberg’s ilk includes people like Howard Dean and Chris Matthews. Many Republicans will soon join Hertzberg and Dean and Matthews in “oppressions of gender” against Sarah Palin. Learn from what was done to Hillary Clinton.

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Sunday bonus:

Learn from what happened to Hillary Clinton. Fox News will begin today to air video of some of the thuggery in 2008. Be warned.

“Think those billy club armed New Black Panther thugs in Philadelphia were the first time Obama used Stalinist tactics to intimidate voters and disenfranchise the American people?

Think again.

In testimony this week before Congress, former Justice Department Official J. Christian Adams revealed that not only were similar claims “pervasive”, but Obama activists committed the “same” crimes during the 2008 Democratic primary to help then Sen. Obama defeat Democratic heir apparent Hillary Clinton.

Obama gamed the system in 2008 by not only allowing an army of young men station themselves outside polling locations in African American communities to prevent elderly women and others from voting for their chosen candidate, Hillary Clinton, but he also trained thousands of willing accomplices—while I do not have confirmation, I do sense the presence of ACORN here—spread throughout the Democratic caucuses to commit voter fraud on a massive scale.

The movie “We Will Not Be Silenced”, made by Democratic Party activist Gigi Gaston, produced by Bettina Sofia Viviano, and executive produced by former Clinton Campaign Regional Director John Siegel, documents how the unknown Senator from Illinois used “falsified delegate counts, falsified documents, and other violations” to beat the seemingly unbeatable Clinton machine and claim the Democratic nomination.

The documentary describes “the disenfranchising of American citizens by the Democratic Party and the Obama Campaign… ‘Change’ from Chicago encouraged and created an army to steal caucus packets, falsify documents, change results, allow unregistered people to vote, scare and intimidate Hillary supporters, stalk them, threaten them, lock them out of their polling places, silence their voices and stop their right to vote.”

“Teachers, professors, civil rights activists, lawyers, janitors, physicists, ophthalmologists, accountants, mathematicians, retirees… discuss how their party has disenfranchised them, and how, when they saw and reported multiple instances of fraud, everyone turned a blind eye. Rather than support and protect the voices and votes of its loyal members, the DNC chose to sweep this under the rug by looking the other way.”

Fox News, likely as a follow-up to the Black Panther intimidation of voters story, reportedly will start to review the ignored history of 2008. The news is that Fox will begin to air clips from a documentary, produced by Hillary Clinton supporters:

“I think because of the Black Panther story, they finally think it’s relevant. We have been trying for TWO YEARS to get them to tell the truth about what happened. PLEASE everyone watch Fox and Friends Sunday morning. We would really appreciate your support.”

The update we posted is that the Fox & Friends segment will air at 9:00 a.m. (ET) this morning:

“They aren’t showing the entire film. They are going to show clips of it and then have each of us on over a period of 6-8 weeks. So, this Sunday, tomorrow, Gigi will be the first. They will show a few minutes of clips, then they will ask Gigi questions.

Next week is probably Helen Latimore, who is the black woman from Chicago who talks about the thugs on lawn chair (like the Black Panthers) threatening all of the Hillary voters and not letting them into the caucus site. Then, I am the third week, etc. I’m thrilled that it will get this kind of exposure.”

The film makers have a website at http://www.wewillnotbesilenced2008.com/

At least one of the Hillbuzz boys is in the documentary. Hillbuzz recommends you read our previous article and we certainly recommend you read Hillbuzz.

Republicans have allowed Clinton Derangement Syndrome to obscure the full scope of the use of race as a weapon by “president” Obama.

It’s stunning to us, but many conservatives so hated the Clintons, irrationally, that they paid almost no attention to what the Obama campaign did to Hillary Clinton in the 2008 primaries. Many Republicans cheered Obama on, in fact, and laughed when the Obama campaign accused the Clintons of being RAAACISTS, accused Clinton surrogates of being RAAACISTS, and Clinton’s supporters of being RAAACIST.

Then, in the general election, these same conservatives could never wrap their heads around the fact that so many of us former Democrats worked for the McCain campaign because we knew Obama and his agenda needed to be stopped. We saw just how ugly, nasty, and downright evil these people were and we knew we had to do everything we possibly could to prevent them from winning the presidency and taking over our government.

If Republicans had paid attention to what Obama did in the primaries, and how much he relied on thugs like the Black Panthers, the SEIU, and ACORN to do his dirty work, then perhaps we would not be going through what we are facing right now. If Republicans who sat home on election day had been better informed, maybe they would not have sat on their butts and allowed the most radical person to run for president to win in 2008.”


The fraud will continue until it is stopped.

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Part II



Part III



Part IV



The producer of the documentary believes it will be helpful if Hillary Supporters watch and email Fox News [Note, the time has changed to 9:00 a.m. (ET)]:

“EVERYONE PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU WATCH FOX AND FRIENDS TOMORROW MORNING, SUNDAY, JULY 11, AT 6:15 AM BECAUSE THAT’S WHEN THE PIECE ABOUT OUR VOTER FRAUD MOVIE, WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED, IS ON. NOT 6:50 AS STATED ABOVE. AND PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO WATCH. IF WE GET THE VIEWER RESPONSE THEY WILL DO A MASSIVE 6-8 WEEK LONG SERIES OF THE STORY ABOUT VOTER FRAUD! CALL AND EMAIL FOX AND TELL THEM YOU WANT MORE OF THE STORY. THANKS!”

The Fox & Friends email address is Friends at FoxNews.com.

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261 thoughts on “Hillary Clinton And Sarah Palin Versus Mel Gibson And Hendrik Hertzberg (And Bonus Sunday Special: Fox News Finally Weighs In On The Democratic Primaries 2008)

  1. Let’s not forget the “God Damn America” crowd which was also previewed during the primary elections of 2008. Wright is not alone:

  2. Wow I have waited two plus years to hear someone speak up
    Got fox on but not hearing anything about what is supposed to be coming up

  3. Yep. So calling the N word is unacceptable (and of course the thugs get to decide when it is appropiate)… however, abuses against women (I don’t care which party, although Hillary and especially Sarah are now the prime targets) is A-OK.

    Damn the left all the way to Hell. These people are sick. And as Harriet Christian so eloquently said “God Damn the Democrats”

  4. and a repost, apparently now its A-OK to beat up on a little defenseless baby and even give awards for it. Gee, what are they going to do next year, go to the Special Olympics, make fun of the participants, and then nominate that video for an Oscar??

    “““The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have nominated the “Family Guy” song mocking Sarah Palin’s down’s syndrome child for an Emmy. ””

  5. Fox & Friends is promoting the segment on Hillary repeatedly. While 9:00 a.m. is early, the good news is that the segment, if it goes well, will likely be picked up by Fox during the day. Many Sean Hannity will learn and use this information positively.

  6. I am sitting here with Fox news on in the background. I am in the mountain time zone, and they just said that segment will be within the next hour. So I am hoping around 7 a.m. That relates to 9 a.m. on the east coast.

    Now I can go back and read the article.

  7. admin
    to this day when I remember 9/11 I weep
    September 10th I was a bartender who worked til 5 am
    woke up to an unbelievable noise. Lived on 45th and 10th avenue got up and stood on tenth looking at what made zero sense.
    Everyone I knew got out but I will neveer forget that smell. I also went to Temple University and knew kids that died in the Lockerbie event. The video you posted fills me with fury.

  8. I wrote jake dot tapper @ abc dot com about this documentary, asked him, if he is just another spokesman for the community organizer like the rest of MSM or would he cover this??

    Still have received no reply.

    I suggest to everyone to write him, he has responded in the past. I have sent him that email 5 times now. What a jacka$$.

  9. “So Mel has a colorful vocabulary. Big deal. I’m black and I couldn’t care less what anyone think or say behind my back as long as it doesn’t cause me harm or hinder my ability to make a living. People are entitled to their thoughts and opinions. The irony is Hollywood is a discriminatory industry in itself. Just look at all the black execs, managers, and journalists. You know, people in POWER positions. Last I checked I believe Charles King was the lone male black agent at WME. It’s the people who master saying all the right things and shedding crocodile tears at the opportune moments I worry about. At least with Mel you know what you’re getting and that’s half the battle. I can deal with that.
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    Those are the words of a very wise man. Someone who thinks for himself and refuses to be manipulated. And he is spot on when he says it is not the fools who open their mouth and disclose their intentions, but the people who play the game in silence and innocently stab the rest of us in the back. Those are the people to deplore. Mel Gibson is an example of the former. But Barack Obama is an example of the latter.

  10. tim
    sometimes you gotta think outside the box
    when then Senator Clinton marched in the St patricks day parade. attendance was up a half a million from the year before.
    Yet there was no front page story. It was on page 17 under the living section. i wrote to everyone. 500 thousand people getting out of bed at an ungodly hour is news but it didn’t make it. I bought copies of the paper and circled the small article and went to every office i could think of. Got no response so I hit craigslist and posted under everything.

  11. I wrote jake dot tapper @ abc dot com about this documentary, asked him, if he is just another spokesman for the community organizer like the rest of MSM or would he cover this??

    Still have received no reply.

    I suggest to everyone to write him, he has responded in the past. I have sent him that email 5 times now. What a jacka$$.
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    Tim: I agree with what you are doing. It will hold his feet the fire. Others should do so as well. Normally, I would do what you ask but not here. What I remember about Jake is his statement that Hillary was the Tanya Harding of politics ready to break Obama’s knees to win the nomination. In light of that comment, I am hard pressed to consider him a serious journalist. And I do not think inviting him to educate himself on the abuses of the primary will do any good. Were he to do so, and report on it, he would be arguing against himself, and the interests of his employer which is partially owned by Soros. Big media is too incestuous to reform. They must be marginalized from the debate and judging by their silence on the Black Panther issue, they are doing a pretty good job of that themselves.

  12. henry
    July 11th, 2010 at 9:08 am

    I remember that. Doesn’t surprise me one bit that it didn’t get covered, Hillary had that green scarf. This parade was after the community organizer made those “bitter clingers” comment in San Francisco.

    Man, I get pissed off all over again when I think of what was done in 2008, towards Hillary and then Sarah.

  13. wbboei:

    “What I remember about Jake is his statement that Hillary was the Tanya Harding of politics ready to break Obama’s knees to win the nomination.”

    I am going to email Tapper again and paste this quote by him, and tell him, since he is just another spokenman for the community organizer, just to introduce himself as another spokeman for Obama rather than a actual journalist. Especially since he won’t cover anything negative about the community organizer, not the documentary, nothing.

    I cannot believe how digusting these people are. I rememeber when David Brinkley used to host This Week, that was a journalist, now all of MSM is a joke. Nothing but a bunch of useless hacks for the community organizer and his chohorts in the undemocratic party.

  14. tim
    I am sick to death of not being listenned to
    So I will go on craigslist angies list and any other and I will go under casual encounters or rooms for rent and i will post
    Funny thing is I get responsws when I do it. Most say thankyou for making noise.

  15. If the Republicans are smart. Politics is about alliances between different cultural villages, and war make allies. Former Hillary haters like Richard Mellon Scaiffe made the transition. Others could as well. It is time to put aside the traditional differences which have defined the political landscape in the past and recognize who the common enemy is. Mr. Obama and the corrupt confluence of big media and foreign interests who support him in his mission to dismantle the United States. I wish I could see it differently than I do. And I would like to be wrong. Tragically, however, the weight of the evidence, foreign and domestic all points to the same ineluctable conclusion: failure writ large.

  16. The interview with Gigi Gaston is on. It started with Gigi’s history as a true blue Democrat. Gigi then said she went to Texas. Then a clip of the documentary. The chryon states there were over 2000 complaints filed by Hillary voters against the Obama campaign in Texas. Gigi states the Dem party did nothing about the complaints.

  17. Thank you Tim! Tell him no human being is perfect, and the mark of an honest journalist is to admit when he is wrong, or to alter his position in light of new evidence. On that point Keynes had the perfect statement. When someone accused him of inconsistency he said: change the fact, I change my answers, what do you do?

  18. Helen Latimore, an African-American civil rights activist who was locked out of segregated restaurants, is a good clip. Kevin Dujan of Chicago is another clip. In his segment Dujan tells the Obama people, “I’m from Chicago” so I know the tricks.

    Gigi says no response from the DNC.

    A promise from Fox News to keep on the story until the DNC responds. Another segment next week.

    Congratulations to all involved in this film project and now major breakthrough.

    Yay!

    Yay Team!

  19. It has just finished. It is amazing that these things we knew were going on all along, got no attention, and now they might. It is an embarrassment to our democracy that this had taken so long.

    Look at the mess we are in, because the voters were not heard.

  20. I never thought I would be so happy for a Fox News channel, but I am.

    I hope Megyn Kelly does a more indepth interview with Gigi and Helen Latimer and Harriet Christian. And I agree with Admin, they can use the Black Panthers story as the lead in.

    God, I am just getting more pissed as I remember what happened in 2008, the hurt and betrayal has not gone away.
    Being called a racist over and over again, the “white whore” comment against Hillary, the “*unt” comment against Sarah.

    None of it has gone away.

    I hope they bring Lynn ROtheschild back to be interviewed as well.

  21. Did fox just demand that the DNC answer questions?
    I was hockered upon and begged for anyone to listen.

  22. They said on Fox they were going to continue airing the documentary, and wanted to hear something from the DNC.

    Good luck with that. They wanted to sweep this under the rug, and they thought they had. Fox might be using this, but at least people now will hear. Remember Fox etc, has a very large following.

  23. Now, it makes sense why fools like Jim Clybrurn and Claire Mcashill and the rest of the un-DNC wants more caususes and LESSEN the role of superdelegates. John Fund of the WSJ is correct, centralize power and stifle any dissent.

    They want to bully and steal it again in 2012 for their community organizer messaih.

  24. The interview with Gigi Gaston is on. It started with Gigi’s history as a true blue Democrat. Gigi then said she went to Texas. Then a clip of the documentary. The chryon states there were over 2000 complaints filed by Hillary voters against the Obama campaign in Texas. Gigi states the Dem party did nothing about the complaints.
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    Years ago I had dealings with a detective in a suburb of Pennsylvania who was looking to hang certain members of the Pagan motorcycle gang. We had a common interest in the same suspect. He needed him to wear a wire, I needed him to testify and ner the twain would meet. There was an undercurrent of resentment toward me by him that I could feel, but the one thing he said stuck in my mind ever since. When you have a bad guy on the ropes, never let him up. In this case, you have the statement of Bull or Adams that we need to look at how Hillary people were treated, and now you have the documentary that finally tells that forgotten story. What a coincidence.

  25. I wonder how Maria Cardona, a Hillary supporter, and now a Fox contributor, will respond to this. They knew the $hit that was going on, Lanny Davis knew… are they going to tow the undemocratic party line? or act like Americans first??

    Do they consider themselves democrats first or Americans first?
    For me, in 2008, while I always voted and campaigned for democrats pretty much all my life, I realised I am an American first.

    Wrong is wrong, don’t care if a damn demon rat does it! or a damn repub!

  26. And this is why Fox is the most trusted network, I hated, absolutely hated Fox during the Bush years, then 2008 happened.

    I saw CNN deliberately lie, I saw msn-BS insult Hillary (“take her to a woodshed”). never again will I watch these PO$ networks. The last straw for me was when CNN outright lied ON THE DAY OF THE SOUTH DAKOTA primaries that Hillary had conceded, never once asking the Hillary camp if this was true, their intent of course to suppress Hillary support.

    And then deliberately twist an article about Sarah Palin when interviewing her, and then not even apologizing to her.

  27. I hope the Fox segment runs again, or maybe the video can be placed here so I get the opportunity to see it as I did not view it a few minutes ago.

    By the way, this post today is another excellent post. I wrote a pro-Hillaryis44 comment on the Hillbuzz post that mentioned the His44 website, but for some reason the comment went into moderation. So many people are having similar problems/complaints on that website. It s@cks to spend time writing comments only to have them not register. I beg Hillbuzz to get them out of moderation, which works sometimes, but I don’t think doing that is a priority of their’s.

  28. tim
    in 08 I had subscriptions to the new York Times and The Nation
    Today I think both are pathetic rags and make the super market tabloids look good.

  29. henry
    July 11th, 2010 at 9:50 am

    You and me both, I had a subcription to News-Weak and NYT, cancelled them both, if I run out of toilet paper I might subscribe them.

    Not sure what people think of Glenn Beck here, but I have seen his Founding Father’s Friday shows, and I thought they were excellent, I hope that maybe Beck can have these ladies from the documentary on as well.

    The right to vote and this chicago thuggery needs to be exposed and stopped, as admin so astutely put it, this is an alliance of everyone, regardless of party affiliation, needs to be a part of.

  30. NO! to caucuses. YES! to primaries!
    ———————————–
    Correct. Primaries are the tool of democracy, whereas caucuses are the handmaiden of thug-ocracy. That is why Obama and his corrupt Chicago minions favor them. It is a good thing that this expose of caucus fraud and intimidation is being aired now, before the DNC voted on changing the rules to further compromise the prospects for democracy. The big problem in 2008 was the caucuses. The super delegates were the check and balance. The fact that they fell through their ass does not mean we need to castrate that check and balance. The reason the Obama forces want to do that now is clear. They believe they have more control of state party organizations through the DNC than they have over elected politicians who are likely to desert Obama in droves, if he loses the House, and especially if he loses the senate. The great value of this video is it will get democrats who are concerned about his sinking poll numbers and racism to consider the consequences of changing the rules to prevent an election challenge. They may still behave like sheep, but if they do they will live to regret it.

  31. This is off topic, but it fits into the comment above from wbboei about never letting the enemy get back on his feet once down on the ground. The following is from Lame Cherry in its entirety. Am I only one of a few who wondered the same thing about the recent Russian spy scandal? The spy story makes it appear like this was a bunch of amateur bunglers, but one has to ask why the effort to spirit these people out of the country so darn fast. They’re hiding something here, and I hope it sees the light of day real soon. Yes, Lame Cherry is not a Clinton fan, but he is not a
    Ann Coulter fan either, so he/she is kind of an enigma. Anyway, at this point, I don’t care about that. The enemy of my enemy is definitely a friend for me in Lame’s case. Besides, there are other things Lame Cherry has written that I have found myself in agreement with. His writing style is sometimes a little difficult to decipher, and sometimes they border on mean, but there are nuggets of wisdom that keep me going back for more, which is the reason why I like Hillaryis44. Hillbuzz also meets that criteria for me. Kudos to all three websites.
    …………………
    Pictured here is Anna Chapman, who in time of war, should have been taken out and shot for spying on these United States along with other Putincrats now forever out of the reach of Justice as Obama could not silence these comrades fast enough.

    On an appearance on The Tonight Show, Aaron Burr Biden was asked if America had any spies this “hot”. I must digress here on Obama issues and state, this Plain Putzka is not hot. I have seen hot and she is Bolsehvik bland.

    What this blog wills to call attention to at this point is Joe Biden was on the Tonight Show with JayLeno attempting to run a spin cycle to get people thinking with their vagina’s and penises and off the pressing details of why Mr. Obama, Mr. Holder and Ms. Napolitano gave these 10 up so quickly, taking them from the FBI and shipping them back to the Kremlin for 4 Russians working for American intelligence “supposedly”.
    The supposedly is astute considering Obama’s CIA has done nothing but pay money to terrorists feeding false data to the CIA in Predator strikes.

    Biden stupidly even made a “joke” about he though the Russians would take Rush Limbaugh. That does not even make one bit of sense as a joke is supposed be like satire based in fact. Limbaugh is a Buckleyite patrician based in capitalism
    Vladamir Putin is a Bolshevik which is a Russian brand of Marxist communism.

    If anyone was going to be going home to Moscow, it would Barack Hussein Obama as he is a Marxist and not Rush Limbaugh a Capitalist.

    So what is really going on here as Biden was sent out to make a joke about this, and the Russians have moved heaven and earth with Obama to cut a deal to get these infiltrators out of America before Americans could crack them.
    This deal went down in days, and Cyprus bailed the head agent out of prison and he was back in Moscow before Obama got back from Canada.

    As a previous exclusive found only here, it was noted the FBI pulled this massive arrest of deliberately when Mr. Obama was out of the country and in Canada.
    The BBC tried to make it appear that Obama was keeping President Medvedev in the dark and playing him for a fool while they were eating hell burgers. That would be humiliating and does not fit this scenario at all. It is concluded that the FBI never did brief Obama on this operation, so Obama was in the dark as much as Eric Holder.

    Revisit the Faisal Shahzad episode in Holder and Napolitano couldn’t get in front of cameras enough, but somehow in this situation they were quite mum on it.

    What has changed? Perhaps Holder and Napolitano were in the dark too, and dark is what this was all about.

    The Russian press has gone to extreme measures to paint this as a waste of taxpayer money which accomplished nothing. That is not something in Putin’s Russia or the FSB which would be allowed in their press. That mindset is coming from the top Bolshevik intelligence agents and means this group of 10 spies was accomplishing a great deal more than what has been revealed.

    What every facet of this appears like is these spies were infiltrators and traitors to America which any real American Government would have tried and hanged, as this is a time of war and this is espionage a heck of allot worse than what Jews are being held forever over as political prisoners.
    The infiltrators is admitted to, but the big question is why did Obama shut down the FBI if this was just a farce as the Putin puppy press is deeming it?

    Why did the FBI stage this when Obama was out of the country if this was not a spy case worth dealing with?

    As Rush Limbaugh always says, “Follow the money”.

    This group of 10 spies and traitors had an immense amount of money, which came from Russian energy moneys which Putin used to build a nuclear bunker to survive when Russia blew up America. These same oil funds have been purchasing problems for America in Afghanistan by bribes to Pakistan Intel, as in Faisal Shahzad.

    What these spies were up to were influence pedlars in they were using Russian money to bribe willing Americans, and the way Obama reacted, I would not be one bit surprised if some of these 10 made a Salahi visit to the White House, had donated money to Obama or were in sexual positions

    There is something in this connected directly to Barack Hussein Obama which would prove explosive. It was why the FBI kept Obama in the dark and it was why Obama ripped this out of the FBI, Holder and Napolitano were silent and Obama got these people and the story as far away from him as possible.
    The Russians were more than pleased to cover this up as they have dozens of more operations which are funneling money to Democrats and Obama, just like the Muslim mafia has been illegally to the Obama campaign.

    This is why Biden was on Leno to deflect this and make it about sex, and threw out the bait about Rush Limbaugh, knowing Limbaugh would bite, play the clip and say, “Well Obama should have been exchanged as he is the Marxist”.
    The tit for tat would end it all, and the puppy press would wipe it off the news cycles in another one of Obama’s cover ups.

    I know there is something damning here in the way this played out. The Russians do not run operations like this is portrayed as, and for the feature to be sex toy Anna Chapman who is being portrayed as a Bond Girl with her legs spread, means Obama and Putin are working this through their personal circles to keep everyone from looking where these two do not want them to.

    The FBI never did reveal how they blew this case so wide open so fast in who informed them. That means hard evidence from a trusted cowboy and the cowboys ran this to send a red flag warning that Obama is too in bed with Moscow.
    This is exactly what the cowboys surfaced with when George W. Bush took office and stories appeared about Tim McVeigh to send a message that the Americans were in play, and an immediate deal was worked out and the McVeigh story disappeared as did the Clinton connection in supplying McVeigh and Nichols with the bomb munitions.

    Whatever is really taking place here is a tin can which tied to Obama’s tail would bring down his regime.

    If Rush Limbaugh actually was interested in stopping Obama and the Democrats, he would inform the world of what took place here, as he has Dick Cheney and enough Jewish intelligence friends, who could point him to the source in this.

    Obama jumped too damn high and too damn fast on this, unlike when he sabotaged the Gulf Gusher and never intended to plug that damn hole.

    See how fast Obama gets things done when it is protecting his ass?

    Come on Mr. Limbaugh, show Aaron Burr Biden how stupid he is for drawing you in, in you don’t take the sound byte bait, but instead tell the world what connection these spies had undercover with B. Hussein Obama.

    ………..or are you just gonna sit there with the blonde playing with the remote “lost” without “24”.

    rhetorical.

    Too big to fail, if you are part of the problem get out of the way as you are already bankrupt.

  32. tim
    really Beck? Can’t go there
    Lucky guy here who was blessed with tons of little cruds. learned more about me and life in general by actually caring about a small crying pooping machine. Beck for me is an angry man who makes the world unattractive. I find Greta, Bill hemmer and megyn Kelly to be the best with regards to news.

  33. Nomobama, this site and Hillbuzz are a must read for me every morning. I am a Hillary and Sarah supporter. I am an ex-democrat and will support anybody who opposes obama. The list is growing.

  34. nomobama
    July 11th, 2010 at 10:00 am

    I have tried to read lamecherry in the past, I can’t follow it, its sort of all over the place, but I am sure some it is probably true.

    As for the community organizer, wouldn’t surprise me one bit if he and Holder were not compltely filled in all the Russian sky raid, the DOJ is one entity, the FBI is another, there are many many hardworking patriotic Americans who will always side with American interest even if the temporary beurocrats in charge of these organization do not feel this way.

    The community organizer’s instincts are anti-America, putting America and Americans down, etc. So I frankly don’t trust him to ever make the right decisions for this great country,

    he is and always will be first and foremost pro-Obama

    everything and everyone else can be thrown under the bus. at any time.

    Whatever I thought of Bush, I never thought he was deliberately working against American interests, I always felt in his heart he would not throw America under the bus. I cannot say that about the community organizer.

  35. henry
    July 11th, 2010 at 10:04 am

    LOL. Yea, I know.

    He’s sort of grown on me, I’ve listened to his founding father’s friday segments, and I learned a lot.

    I couldn’t stand the man when he was at HLN, but the guests he brings on, like Mort Zukerman, and the historians are excellent, I learn a lot from his guests. I wish Beck would not talk so much and let his historian guests speak more.

    But, yep, the man has grown on me, but when the waterworks start, I have to change channels 🙂

  36. From my past viewing of Megyn Kelly, she used to irritate the hell out of me with her smug look when interviewing people. She always seemed to cut in on people, and shut them down. If she’s hitting the mark right now, then good, but I still am not a fan just yet. If one is going to interview someone, then let the interviewee talk! Has Megyn changed her ways? If she’s like big mouth O’Reilly with his interruptions, etc., then I will only be able to watch her every now and then.

  37. From the last thread:

    I thought about Peggy Noonan’s article in the Wall Street Journal. She credits Obama with passing various pieces of legislation, calls him successful in that respect and then concludes that legislative success does not necessarily equate to presidential to success. To illustrate her point, she offers us the example of LBJ who passed the 1964 Civil Rights Act, but fell on his sword over Viet Nam, etc. In my view, Peggy’s analysis is shallow and misleading. More important however, it raises the larger question of how do you measure success in a president. My answer would be this:

    1. First, you must examine the zeitgeist of the era, identify the major problems confronting the country, and ask yourself has this president solved those problems or has he exacerbated them? In our time, we face a long list of problems, but the ones that matter most to the American People are the economy, and job creation. All agendas personal and political hang on that narrow thread. So how has he fared on those interelated issues? Has he succeeded or failed? Today, most people will say that Mr. Obama has failed, and in fact he has made those problems worse. To counter this perception his minions are floating the idea that Obama saved the nation from a depression. The problem with that fiction is it assumes facts not in evidence. Most people believe that economic conditions are not getting better, and if anything they are deteriorating. The actor John Hoseman famously asked How Do You Measure Success? Der Spiegel gave the best answer. In politics everyone measures success through the lens of their own life. That in turn tees up the obvious question which Republicans will be asking voters this time around: are you and your family better off than you were four years ago? The answer will be no.

    2. Second, you must ask yourself do the American People believe that this president is on their side. From the very beginning of his candidacy that question has loomed large. Time and again he has been caught lying. Time and again he has shown contempt for the American People and an obvious preference for the elite class. Time and again he has been seen as cheating the system, abusing his power and disenfranchising the American People. And now by his exoneration of the Black Panther crimes and his race baiting tactics, i.e. if you disagree with me then you must be a racist, he is seen as pushing this nation toward a racial Götterdämmerung. The consensus of foreign leaders about him is really no better. These people are connoisseurs of power and big media cannot bamboozle them. From Israel, to France, to Britain, to Germany to Japan our allies see him as incompetent and not on their side. Meanwhile, our enemies see him as a joke, and from dinnerjacket, to Hugo, to the Head of North Korea they see him as a pushover. Fundamentally, there is a great disconnect between his lofty words and his tentative actions,

    What does this mean to the elites who installed him as President? Lord only knows. People like Soros are milking him for all he is worth–Rezko style. But this much is clear: if they want things to fall apart then by all means stay the course and let this fool continue. If not, it is time to start looking for the Vaudeville Hook. As the old song says, It’s Later Than You Think.

  38. tim
    I keep forgetting to tell you but about a month ago I got a brutal email from a college friend
    it was a response to one of your posts. I am a tim as well henry was my childhood dog.
    How person got my email and connected me to your post mystifies me

  39. henry
    July 11th, 2010 at 10:19 am

    Oh my. I’m so sorry to hear that. Frankly tim isn’t my real name either. You know, I will try and change my username to something else. If I can figure out how to do this, I will attempt it right now.

    I’ll change it to puma-indie.

  40. I mostly like Glenn Beck, but his theatrics can be grating at times. I don’t watch him much because I rarely sit in front of the TV, but I will admit that he has a knack for teaching on his show… laying things out to a logical conclusion.

  41. tim
    No need to change name
    I just found it odd that someone found my email address. How? And even wierder was the fact that the email was a response to your post and not mine

  42. admin…

    help…. my new id “puma-indie” is stuck in moderation, I changed back to “tim” to be able to hopefully post this.

  43. henry, that is weird. very weird.

    its no problem, I just changed my display name, unfortunaltey as it is new, it was stuck in moderation, hopefully admin will release me from moderation under my new name “puma-indie” soon

  44. Here’s a video of that trash Tim Russert. Hillary knew about the intimidation and spoke out. We also like how she defines “progressive”. At first, like most of us, Hillary did not realize how vicious the MoveOn and affiliated DailyKooks were. As the primary progressed Hillary realized these are Progressives In Name Only. This simple thought development is something that Russert and his Big Media creeps pretended not to understand.

  45. From my past viewing of Megyn Kelly, she used to irritate the hell out of me with her smug look when interviewing people. She always seemed to cut in on people, and shut them down. If she’s hitting the mark right now, then good, but I still am not a fan just yet. If one is going to interview someone, then let the interviewee talk! Has Megyn changed her ways? If she’s like big mouth O’Reilly with his interruptions, etc., then I will only be able to watch her every now and then.
    —————————————————-
    Nobama I beg to differ on that point. I think she is a superb examiner. When she interviews someone with a breaking story, she keeps them focused and lets them tell their story. She uses questions skillfully to break up their testimony into bite sized chunks which her audience can understand. There is an art to this which she has mastered better than anyone in the media. When Megyn has a hostile witness, she breaks in to prevent them from filibustering and focuses them on the probative issues. No two ways about it. She is good–especially when you compare her to the competition.

    Counter examples be O’Reilly who comes across like a pig and cuts his own witness off before a point can be adequately developed. He is so in love with himself that the witness becomes almost superfluous. Other examples include Katie Couric who comes across as frivolous and stupid, and Andrea Mitchell aka Mrs Alan Greenspan (Public Enemy No. 1) who comes across in a nagging tone with cheap shot comments. All three of them are parodies of themselves. They are not worth watching.

  46. tim
    why are you changing
    I only shared the story cause I thought it was funny
    Must be millions of tim’s out there
    the email I got about you was from 1995 and has my whole name I never use it anymore because it has my full nmae so who ever contacted me knew me

  47. Hi crazy horse! I didn’t realize that you posted here, but I remember your comments on Hillbuzz. You are in Northern California, right? I remember your comments there with regards to sexual identity.

  48. I read this site nearly everyday and I’m glad I stumbled across this post. It’s about time the caucus fraud has gotten at least some coverage. Unfortunately, I missed fox and friends this morning, can someone please post a video or link if it becomes archived? Or if there’s a second airing I’d really appreciate it if someone can post the schedule. Thanks!

  49. henry
    July 11th, 2010 at 10:34 am

    ok. I’ll stay on as tim.

    I wonder how they got your email. that’s very strange.

  50. tim
    July 11th, 2010 at 10:10 am

    The community organizer’s instincts are anti-America, putting America and Americans down, etc. So I frankly don’t trust him to ever make the right decisions for this great country,

    ____________________________________________
    After the Fraud is removed, among the many lingering problems which will haunt us for decades, one which has received no mention is, what to do about Obama?

    Does ANYONE feel he is anything less than a HUGE security threat once he is out of office?

  51. Tried to view Madam Secretary on youtube
    Searched Senator Clinton Secretary of state and more got nothing but garbage about her
    tried clinton new hampshire and what I got was cry me a river with hillary speaking in background
    try it yourself any youtube search of Hillary Clinton will take you to a page which disparages her. Tried it ten times

  52. Watching the Fox interview, I am glad she pointed out that they had tried for two years to get the networks, including FOX, to investigate what was going on.

  53. okay this is strange
    I did youtube search for Hillary Clinton 6 minutes ago and got nothing but nasty shite just did it again and lots of pro hill stuff

  54. Same goes for google – negative articles when you search Hillary and glowingly positive about Obama.

  55. henry,

    If you do a search like: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, it should work better for you.

  56. After the Fraud is removed, among the many lingering problems which will haunt us for decades, one which has received no mention is, what to do about Obama?

    Does ANYONE feel he is anything less than a HUGE security threat once he is out of office?
    ——————————————————————————————
    If the question is will he be less of a security threat than he is now, then the answer is yes. By then he will not have his hands directly on the levers of power. If the question is will he still be a huge security threat then I am afraid the answer is an unequivocal yes. He is a race hustler and as an ex president he could still do grave harm to the nation. It cannot be otherwise. But once he is out of power there are ways to deal with him. The best way would be to have the same people who got him the Nobel Prize for doing nothing to get him some high position in the United Nations with no power but plenty of opportunity to pontificate about the world and its problems. Idleness if the devils workshop and in his case it is axiomatic.

  57. ifyouwerehere,

    When I google, I usually do it this way: “Hillary Clinton News” or “U.S. Secretary of State News” and get a more balanced response.

  58. kickass song that I had never heard before. looked up Hillary Clinton gay support and got this
    I have been a big Dolly fan since here ya come again a million years ago
    but hot damn I think this song rocks

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mx_I-byng78

    questions i have many but answers just a few
    fell into this video looking for pro hill stuff

  59. Here is what a Hillary Clinton search looks like on google images http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=hillary+clinton&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=. If you notice many images try to depict Hillary as obnoxious with snap shots of mid-expressions, there are also photoshopped images. And what is even more interesting is that almost every single picture is linked to an anti Hillary website/article the only pro Clinton site linked on the first page of the search is The Confluence.

    Compare that with a Barack Obama search http://www.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=barack+obama&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai= what comes up are posed, portraits linking to nearly all pro Obama sites with the exception of one picture of him smoking.

    Youtube and google are the same corporation so there is a link to what henry is talking about.

  60. ifyouwerehere
    July 11th, 2010 at 11:02 am
    Same goes for google – negative articles when you search Hillary and glowingly positive about Obama.
    _____________________________________________________

    Need FCC investigations into WTF has been going on with the leftist sabotaging of search terms.

  61. I mostly like Glenn Beck, but his theatrics can be grating at times. I don’t watch him much because I rarely sit in front of the TV, but I will admit that he has a knack for teaching on his show… laying things out to a logical conclusion.
    —————————————–
    Correct Obama. Some of his stuff is bullshit. But a lot of it is not. He has an aptitude for seeing connections and reducing complex issues to terms most people can understand. He has acted as the canary in the cave for many people. The American People need structure in order to understand what is happening to their country, and he provides it. The best evidence of this was a conversation I had with a real estate agent the other day. She showed some uneasiness about Obama, and the question I usually ask at that point to test the water is, well you know he is a sociopath don’t you. She answered yes and fired off a number of examples. Then I said to her, well, you know who controls him don’t you, figuring she did not know. I presently surprised by her answer. She said of course I do, it is Soros. I told her she was right and asked her how she knew when it had taken me a lot of research before I was able to reach that conclusion. She told me she heard it on Glenn Beck, and the thought crossed my mind maybe he read the long paper I sent him. But then I figured he probably did not but reached the same conclusion through his own sources, in which case so much the better. The good news is we are no longer being dismissed as conspiracy nuts. Not anymore. In fact, the arbitrator met with a major east coast provider of investment services to a trust he sits on and the banker showed an indepth knowledge of Soros as well. People are waking up to the grand scam which was perpetrated on them. Finally. What Obama has lost in the process is the element of surprise.

  62. People – don’t get sidetracked by Glenn Beck. He’s not on our side. He hates Hillary and is as sexist as they come. Obama’s the best thing that happened to the Republican party since Reagas o it’s always laughable to see Beck’s and other conservatives’ constant insistence that Obama is a liberal socialist because Obama couldn’t be further from either.

  63. blowme0bama
    July 11th, 2010 at 11:26 am
    ifyouwerehere
    July 11th, 2010 at 11:02 am
    Same goes for google – negative articles when you search Hillary and glowingly positive about Obama.
    _____________________________________________________

    Need FCC investigations into WTF has been going on with the leftist sabotaging of search terms.
    —————————————————–
    What is binding upon broad band providers should be required of search engines as well, particularly the following points by the FCC Chairman at: http://www.pcworld.com/article/172371/fccs_net_neutrality_plan_draws_fast_fire.html

    5. Broadband providers cannot block or degrade lawful traffic over their networks, favor certain content or applications over others. . . .”

    6. Broadband providers must be transparent about the service they are providing and how they are running their networks.

    If anyone is motivated to chase this issue with the FCC, these would be the provisions to cite. Since he is an Obama appointee, I do not see him addressing the issue. Not if he wants to keep his job.

  64. wbboei

    Google empoleyees CEO’s etc. gave over $350,000 to Obama during the primaires and up until Denver. They donated more for the GE and inauguration I’m sure it has something to do with that.

  65. People – don’t get sidetracked by Glenn Beck. He’s not on our side. He hates Hillary and is as sexist as they come. Obama’s the best thing that happened to the Republican party since Reagas o it’s always laughable to see Beck’s and other conservatives’ constant insistence that Obama is a liberal socialist because Obama couldn’t be further from either.
    ———————————
    I beg to differ. When our interests and his interest coincide, as they do now, we must use him to our advantage. This is the same reason many Hillary supporters voted for McCain. At this point we need allies. That does not mean they are permanent allies or that we should trust them a whit further than we need to. But for now at least we are fighting the common enemy. He has done more to wake the public up about Obama in one episode than Big Media has done in three years.

  66. Google empoleyees CEO’s etc. gave over $350,000 to Obama during the primaires and up until Denver. They donated more for the GE and inauguration I’m sure it has something to do with that.
    —————————-
    Wow! That is pretty blatant. Maybe a formal complaint needs to be filed against him. I am not saying it will go anywhere but I doubt he would want it known that he is abusing his search engine for private purposes. He is after all a businessman, and generally businessmen are careful not to let their political views interfere with business.

  67. wbboei

    I totally get the temporary ally thing and how it can help. But, there are some people who are completely embracing Beck and his politics and that will hurt in the future. It should be about reclaiming our democratic party which Obama and his gang hijacked, we shouldn’t be giving fuel to obots. Remember it is Obama who is acting undemocratically not us or Hillary so there is no need to turn to conservative politics, because in the end they will screw you.

  68. Wow! That is pretty blatant. Maybe a formal complaint needs to be filed against him. I am not saying it will go anywhere but I doubt he would want it known that he is abusing his search engine for private purposes. He is after all a businessman, and generally businessmen are careful not to let their political views interfere with business.
    _______________

    OpenSecrets.org has the google donation estimate now over $800,000 http://www.opensecrets.org/pres08/contrib.php?cycle=2008&cid=n00009638

  69. The Google CEO had a lot of us fooled.

    ttp://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7741849647239647358#

    The question for me is nothwithstanding his glowing remarks toward Hillary in the above video, did he tunnel under on her? Or was this money contributed after the primary? If the former, then this video too could be used against him.

  70. I do know that $373,212 was donated to Obama from Google up until the beginning of June. Many articles verify this. After the primaries, they donated more bringing the total up to over $800,000

  71. CNN, is so out of touch on the “State of the UNion”, Candy Crowley. She has Judas on discussing border security. This man lies on demand, we are suppose to trust him to tell us what the other liar is doing in the WH.

    Some of Glenn Beck’s stuff is good and we need to use it, but some of it is BS.

  72. the Google CEO is a PO$.

    He refused to call Sarah Palin Gov. Palin even when she was still in office, he then after the community organizer was selected, kept calling Hillary, Mrs. clinton

    Eric Schdimt sits on the council to “advise” the community organizer, basically he runs interference for him. When Google needs help, the WH jumps and helps. It refused to help Verizon and Comcast.

  73. AOL-Time Warner is a puss pocket of Hillary hate. They do this through CNN whom they own, through Time magazine whom they own and through the AOL search engine which they own. The pattern is clear and unambiguous. Meanwhile their defense of Obama borders on the absurd. They could not endure the attacks on Obama by Lou Dobbs and that is why they paid him big money to resign. The fact that he has stayed out of the current political debate as much as he has suggests to me that one of the conditions in his severance arrangement was that he not attack Obama. The ostensible rationale would be that his views even on the outside could be inputed to them because he is associated with that network in the public mind, and they are 100% behind Obama regardless of what he does to destroy this nation. That bias has cost them the lions share of their audience, but they have their orders.

  74. CNN, is so out of touch on the “State of the UNion”, Candy Crowley. She has Judas on discussing border security.
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    The Hindenburg interviews Sergeant Garcia. This is a terrible injustice. Where is Zorro when we need him?

  75. I do know that $373,212 was donated to Obama from Google
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    Can we tell how much of that the CEO donated to Obama vs Hillary?

  76. “The fact that he has stayed out of the current political debate as much as he has suggests to me that one of the conditions in his severance arrangement was that he not attack Obama.”

    I don’t think this is true, I just saw Lou Dobbs on Megyn Kelly’s show last week blasting the community organizer.

  77. tim
    July 11th, 2010 at 12:52 pm
    “The fact that he has stayed out of the current political debate as much as he has suggests to me that one of the conditions in his severance arrangement was that he not attack Obama.”

    I don’t think this is true, I just saw Lou Dobbs on Megyn Kelly’s show last week blasting the community organizer.
    ________________________________________

    Yeah, I searched around on google for “Lou Dobbs” and he has a radio talk show thing in which in appears he blasts “president” asshole pretty regularly.

  78. Solution
    to
    Google:
    Start using a
    different search engine.
    What is the best alternative today?
    I currently us Google.

  79. I really like Lou Dobbs. I got the chance to speak with him on his radio program before the North Carolina primary.

  80. That article by Fareed which appeared in the Washington Post last week is important. Big businesses contributed heavily to Obama in the last election cycle. Since then, they have had an epiphany and discovered that he is anti-business at the core. That sentiment while widely shared may not apply equally to all businesses, and those in the internet business or Wall Street may have a different perspective than others. Those people tend to be neo libs, and they are as bad for the American People as neo-cons. How all this figures into their future behavior however is an imponderable. But at a minimum, it signals the other party to nominate a businessman like Romney over an academician like Gingrich. That may redirect the flow of money away from Obama. The answer to the democratic party, and the American People is to reject both Obama and Romney and vote for Hillary.

  81. Yeah, I searched around on google for “Lou Dobbs” and he has a radio talk show thing in which in appears he blasts “president” asshole pretty regularly.
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    I am glad to be wrong about this. He needs a bigger audience. I suspect he has a covenant not to compete in his severance agreement. Otherwise he would probably have been hired by FOX.

    Speaking of which, I wonder what Shuster the rooster is doing these days. With any luck he is on the assembly line at some food factory waiting to be eviscerated. Just think of the talent that has gone to waste. MSNBC has hardly been the same without him. Oh they have other assholes standing in line to take his place, but none quite like him. He exuded more spittle than Olberman, and was more deranged that Matthews. That combination of flaws got him near the top of the heap at CNN. But now it is over, and he has reverted to his first love–piano player in a whore house. How well it suits him.

  82. What is it with some of the posters here? Can the not accept that not all Democrats are to the left of the political spectrum? I do not give a hill of beans if a good idea, policy, tactic, suggestion, or whatever has its origin from the mouth or pen of a conservative.

  83. Kindra Amesen, resident of Venice Louisiana, infiltrated Response operations provides devastating glimpse of the cover up: health, “baloons and ponies”, “cost cutting”, non-response

    “BP, EPA, OSHA, NOAA, the federal government are all colaborating in this sham”:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkYJDI8pK9Y

  84. For the record we are not fans of Gibson. His first “Die Hard” movie is ok as the genre goes, but we have suchrisbstantial problems with his other work specifically “The Patriot” and “The Passion of the Christ”. But that’s another story. What we find surprising is the misogyny and the sexism which continues to go unexcused. One person got it and protested:

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    PLEASE fix the error in the post. Gibson was not part of the Die Hard series, that was Bruce Willis and he does not deserve to be mistaken for the dreadful pig that is Mel Gibson.

    Gibson’s series was ‘Lethal Weapon’.

    I lost all respect for Mel Gibson when he promoted the Bush ticket in 2004 stating that it was the stand on abortion that was by far the most important one in choosing our government. Haven’t been able to even look at a photo of him without wanting to spit ever since.

  85. wbboei
    July 11th, 2010 at 9:59 am

    NO! to caucuses. YES! to primaries!
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    Correct. Primaries are the tool of democracy, whereas caucuses are the handmaiden of thug-ocracy. That is why Obama and his corrupt Chicago minions favor them. It is a good thing that this expose of caucus fraud and intimidation is being aired now, before the DNC voted on changing the rules to further compromise the prospects for democracy. The big problem in 2008 was the caucuses. The super delegates were the check and balance. The fact that they fell through their ass does not mean we need to castrate that check and balance. The reason the Obama forces want to do that now is clear. They believe they have more control of state party organizations through the DNC than they have over elected politicians who are likely to desert Obama in droves, if he loses the House, and especially if he loses the senate. The great value of this video is it will get democrats who are concerned about his sinking poll numbers and racism to consider the consequences of changing the rules to prevent an election challenge.

    ==================

    Damn right about the SD’s.

    I’m not sure who in the Democratic party actually gets to vote on this rule change. But I’m sure those who left the Dem party will not get to vote on it.

    Switching registration made a good gesture in summer 2008, but maybe it’s time to quietly re-register where we can have at least some voice in such “Dem Party” decisions. (And vote in Dem primaries/caucuses.)

  86. I watched the Kindra A. video when it was first introduced. I just watched it again now. It’s very moving, especially from the 5:00 minute mark to the end.
    I’m glad that this video surfaced. There doesn’t seem to be many more people providing this type of video. Where’s fat ass, suck up, bough out Michael Moore with his camera? I heard he sat on it, and now only does videos of his internals. Where’s his outrage?!!!!!!! He made a film called Roger and Me abou a dying Flint,
    Michigan that I saw at a Teamsters for a Democratic union meeting in Pittsburgh back in the early 90’s. Will he do the same now, and maybe call it Obama, BP, and me? Will he?!!!!!! No, because he is a scumbag, leftist ideologue with one agenda only. If the story doesn’t fit his world view, the don’t hold your breath. Now, if some conservative filmmaker comes along and EXPOSES the corruption in this gulf saga, will leftists treat him with the respect that he (or she) deserves, or will they remain silent, and therefore impotent frauds? My guess is that most will follow their leader.

  87. GREAT POST ADMIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thank you for all the work you do to keep us all so well informed. You ROCK!

    As if the Republican’s didn’t already know what happened to Hillary and kept piling on with the Obama threats on Hillary and her supporters. They have been silent for three years, they have made their own swipes at Hillary like an abusive husband all these years. They even have the fu@king nerve to talk on Hannity’s show about the how only conservative, Republican women get attacked when PUMAs pounded Hannity, Greta, Bill O’Riley, FoxNews constantly before the election telling them what was going on, even the thuggery in Denver.

    Did Republicans care, Hell no they didn’t care at all.

    I personally sent hundreds of emails, with links to the caucus fraud to them, over and over, pleading with them to report it, and they turned a blind eye to help disenfranchised Democrats, just like they turn a blind eye to abuse of women that are not Republicans.(Greta at least has been supportive of Hillary, but she didn’t report on the abuse until after the election.)

    I haven’t read Big Pinks blogger’s posts yet.

    I hope the Republicans are finally going to come out and be honest about Hillary and her supporters and women of both parties, but I won’t hold my breath. Turns out Republicans only protect their own, and only protect their women when they are not in the way.
    I know many Republican men will turn on Sarah if she runs as President.
    Back to reading.

  88. I don’t like Mel Gibson’s obvious faults, but his anti-abortion stance is not one of them. It’s his right to believe in what his church teaches in as much as it is your right to believe otherwise.

  89. Shadowfax, what you wrote it accurate. What is staggeringly shocking is that with all that it was Fox News that was the most “fair and balanced” during the primaries. Granted it might have been the desire to keep the fight going. But even before the primary season began in 2007, Fox News was much more “fair and balanced” than CNN and MSNBC and NBC, CBS, ABC. Ed Rendell, Terry McAuliffe and Lanny Davis acknowledged and thanked Fox News for their “fair and balanced” treatment of Hillary.

    In the previous post we documented how Al Sharpton in meetings declared his support for Obama and how he would do anything to get Obama elected. Donna Brazile attacked this website and the comments (including that laugh riot email to Hillary complaining about us). Yet they were allowed on CNN as “undeclared”. Carville and Begala, Hillary Supporters for all intents and purposes, were driven off the network. And Roland Martin? He was so in the tank for Obama we could see his gills.

    Outside of Fox News it was Pat Buchanan who was the most fair, if not sympathetic to Hillary. Even Bay Buchanan expressed outrage at what was done to Hillary. We also had quite a few prominent Republicans who wanted to post on this website but we maintained it just for Hillary supporters as an oasis and a “Pink Aircraft Carrier”.

    Let’s also recall Sarah Palin’s smart and kind acknowledgment of Hillary’s and Ferraro’s efforts.

    Strange days indeed when those of us who protested most strongly against Fox News have to eat crow and humble pie by acknowledging this history.

  90. admin:

    I would like to add one more point. Yes, Hannity is very anti-Hillary… but remember when the whole Randi Rhodes thing with calling Hillary a “white whore” on Air America??

    CNN had Roland Martin who said nothing against it, MS-NBS said nothing. I watched Hannity that week, and lo behold, it was Hannity and Ann Coulter who defended Hillary against this disgusting slur against Hillary.

    I would trust Hannity over anyone at CNN or MSN-BS.

  91. Admin-

    Strange days indeed when those of us who protested most strongly against Fox News have to eat crow and humble pie by acknowledging this history.

    ————
    I may admire you Admin, but I am not ready to eat any crow when it comes to Fox news or the Republicans until they are really fair and balanced. They are more fair than the MSM, that is true about some things, but when it comes to things that do not support the conservative agenda, they are quiet.

    Snipes at Hillary, at her supporters, at Democratic women still go on. Every time Sarah is swiped at in the news, they scream the loudest, “Where are the feminists that allow this to happen to conservative women?” It doesn’t matter to them, no matter how many times that most PUMAs do defend Sarah to the media, but we are still trivialized by the right just like the tea folks are trivialized to the left.

    Fox has a looooooooooooooooog way to go before I eat any of their crow.

    To me it’s another case of lesser of two evils…at least for now. I will keep my fork at the ready, just in case. 😉

  92. tim

    I would have to agree about Hannity from what I have seen in the past two years watching his show. He is really against all of the social issues Hillary supports, but he is not a sexist against her. He has defended both Hillary and Sarah when they have been attacked for their gender.

  93. Shadowfax, we refer only to Fox News being the most “fair and balanced” to Hillary during the primaries.

  94. Nomobama, Yup it’s me just sitting up here in NorCal waiting the fools up here to see the light. Hillary kicked barry’s ass in the primary here, then most of them went over to him after he stole the nomination…..except for me and a few others. It’s been a hard row to hoe, I kid you not. Nice to see you here.

  95. We updated the article with the video Tim provided and with this introduction:

    Update: The host of Fox & Friends said this morning that they would follow-up next week and beyond, until the DNC answers questions. The Fox & Friends segment this morning (thanks Tim for locating the video. Also, these days with Black Panthers so much in our posts let’s thank Helene Latimer and the many African-Americans who stood and stand strong for principle and did not get fooled by the flim-flam man from Chicago even though the pressure on them in particular was fierce to surrender to corruption. And thanks to Democrat Gigi whose grandfather was a Democratic governor of Massachusetts for persevering and producing the documentary. And finally, our thanks and encouragement to the many Republicans and Republican/Conservative websites who are evaluating what we wrote today.):



  96. crazy horse
    it’s me just sitting up here in NorCal waiting the fools up here to see the light.
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    I’m up here too, and although a few have changed their minds in my world…most are pretty silent these days.

  97. My porch thermometer reads 104
    I have air and a pool but what about those poor people without. The air is impossible. If you are comprimised physically this wezasther can kill you.

  98. Shadowfax and Crazy Horse (two equine names 🙂 ) the Hopium is wearing off. We were informed of a party event in Los Angeles in which mostly environmental activists and Obama Hopium Guzzlers attended. One man in his mid 20s, as part of a discussion with other Hopium Guzzlers, said he thought they had made a mistake in not supporting Hillary.

    This anecdote is one we hear in variations quite a bit these days. So be of good cheer – the times they are a changing. 🙂 There’s Hope for Change. 🙂

  99. With all the exposure of the nightmare of the unDemocratic 2008 primary and convention, which may be temporary unless we make it otherwise, I am wondering where is basement angel. I would like to suggest, more like implore, to basement angel that the documentary she produced “Audacity of Democracy” be turned over to Fox if it validates the fraud, intimidation, harassment, sexism, misogyny and cheating of The Won’s campaign during the primary. This would be an important step and a most patriotic thing to do. It might also bring attention to the documentary and its producers. I have never seen the documentary, but if it highlights the intimidation of the superdelegates, etc. it could be a very valuable tool for change, especially when coupled with the “We Will Not be Silenced” information. For those of you who were or are dEmocrats, please push to get rid of the cheating caucuses.

  100. “He has defended both Hillary and Sarah when they have been attacked for their gender.”

    Yes, I agree Hannity has, he is a conservative and I full expect him to go after Hillary on all issues, I have no problem with that, but he does not go after her in a personal way after her gender. I don’t know if he did it in the past and now changed, I only started watching Hannity in 2008.

    But, after what I saw the damn dems do to Hillary, I will never against trust any damn MSM, and listen to them go after Sarah Palin.

    I would and will trust Hannity over any damn Obot on CNN, MSNBS. I will never forget what they did in 2008 against both Hillary and then Sarah. Journalism is indeed dead, at least on MSM.

  101. admin
    July 11th, 2010 at 3:22 pm

    We updated the article with the video Tim provided and with this introduction:

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    Awesome, thanks so much for posting the video…short, but a good start.
    Wasn’t that Lynette Long doing the data in the video? I think she later goes on to explain that after all the research she did, she sent copies to the Clintons and I am soooooooo disappointed that she took her site down with all that information, at lest she has locked out the general public from seeing it.

  102. I remember my wife was in tears when she saw and heard that POS oblernut say “maybe Hillary needs to be taken to a woodshed”

    She was in tears, my sister in law as well. These are both accomplished women, they suffered thru the inequalities towards women(they are older women, women in their 20’s 30’s and even 40s, have no clue how much sexism was rampant against women, ), my SIL is a doctor, she faced much sexism in medical school. And in 2008 they saw, nothing has changed.

    I remember that day still. My wife and SIL were in tears at what they saw done to Hillary and then Sarah.

  103. Question: When will Democrats quit complaining about Republicans and Republicans quit complaining about Democrats? We all know that their policies are in direct opposition to each other, so why act surprised? Why not focus on America and being Americans what it means to be an American and those who are in the throes of destroying America and American’s way to life and meaning of life, especially those who are children and have no say in what kind of country we leave as them as our legacy?

  104. Good point ShortTermer (re Audacity of Democracy). We are all still in the process of uncovering facts and “walking the dog backwards” to understand exactly what happened since 2004 with Obama and his secret establishment supporters. We all have to keep digging and shaking the tree until we get all the facts. We must review all the facts and evaluate and reevaluate them no matter where these deliberations take us.

  105. Admin- I do think many of the obots were waiting for Obama to pay their rent, pink unicorns and all, but the environmentalists are really pist over the Gulf gusher and their messiah golfing instead of stepping up as a leader.

    I think the Gulf disaster is the straw that broke the donkey’s back, they just don’t know it yet. Many are in denial right now, maybe why the silence is deafening.

  106. tim, I too was SHOCKED that all the male chauvinist pigs had arisen again; and all the female ones added to the numbers. It was like I was living in an alternate universe. I was doubled over when I saw the youtube of Olbermann and all the others who were slamming Hillary with their sexism and misogyny. If it still exists it would be good if Megyn, Greta, Hannity, and Glenn would review it now and talk about it in conjunction with all the cheating and fraud.

  107. elene Latimer and the many African-Americans who stood and stand strong for principle and did not get fooled by the flim-flam man from Chicago even though the pressure on them in particular was fierce to surrender to corruption.
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    Correct. They are without a doubt the real heroes and heroines. Our courage is as nothing compared to theirs. Stephanie Tubbs Jones was a shining example. A close friend of mine is a former college professor and she was married to a black college professor their daughters are bi racial. Those children are still identify strongly with Obama, and cannot let go of him. But she never misses an opportunity to educate them on that subject. She tells them that character is what counts and talks to them about Martin Luther King. These discussions within families like hers are the toughest ones and most of us do not have to contend with that issue as well as the destruction of our country. That is why I admire their courage. The case I have tried to make is that Obama is not a legitimate representative of the african american community, and Bill Clinton is a better representative of the black community than Obama will ever be. If worst comes to worst, people who love this country will be on one side and the race hustlers will be on the other. Of all the Runaneque characters we have seen in this campaign, the one who sickened me the most was that white Roman Catholic priest who attacked Hillary and preached race hatred. Farrakan could take lessons from him. And yet, the white hierachy of the Catholic Church refused to take effective action and defrock him. He was as bad as any child molesting priest in my opinion because he used the Church to purvey his particular brand of racial hate.

  108. Called a senior center to donate 5 fans. was going to drop them off tomorrow. Guy asked me for my address and was here within 20 minutes,, Took the fans and left.

    News to me but I guess you can vuy a fan for an elderly person from target? And they will deliver?

  109. Called a senior center to donate 5 fans. was going to drop them off tomorrow. Guy asked me for my address and was here within 20 minutes,, Took the fans and left.
    ————————————
    You do good work Henry.

  110. wbboei
    not at all
    had a bunch in basement and went out to clean the pool
    It was like fire on my arms and the back of my neck. cannot imagine suffering through this heat without a fan
    Here I called Kane hospital sure there is a facility in everyones hood which houses poor old people. Give them a call

  111. People like Dr. King and Latimer and yes even J. Christian Adams (who is now being attacked), they wanted EQUAL justice, NOT social retributive justice.

    Is this a racist country? No. Does racism exist still exist in this country? Unfortunately yes. And that has to be stamped out. But not to the exclusion of creating reverse racism, and condoning and promoting sexism.

    That is what in my humble opinion I saw in 2008, that anything goes and thrown against 2 women just for an AA man to be elected. I agreed with Harriet Christian in her sentiment when she was thrown out of the DNC meeting in May of 2008. I wanted a president, who happened to be black, rather than what the media wanted, a black president, who called anyone who critized the Messaih a racist!

    I don’t care what color or gender a president is, I want them to unconditionally love this great country, and its people and its founding principles, yes I want the govt to help people, like Hillary said, give them a hand up, not a hand out. I believe in the founding priciples of this country. I always considered myself a centerist, moderate, almost conservative democrat.

    I thought this is what the dem. party stood for, but it has now been taken over by chicago thugs, and so for the second time in my voting life I campaigned and voted for a repub. in 2008

    I was a huge supporter of JFK and RFK, the party they were part of is gone. I for one do not see myself ever calling myself a democrat again. I saw what they did on May 31th 2008, I saw what a “party of women” did to Hillary and then to Sarah.

    And even 2 years later, nothing is forgotten.

  112. nomobama
    I don’t like Mel Gibson’s obvious faults, but his anti-abortion stance is not one of them. It’s his right to believe in what his church teaches in as much as it is your right to believe otherwise.

    =====================

    Believing it is one thing but trying to make it the law of the land for everyone is another thing. If Gibson really said that abortion is the most important issue in electing a president (Bush) then that is a big fault. It’s not just anti-woman, it’s violating the separation of church and state.

  113. I am wondering where is basement angel. I would like to suggest, more like implore, to basement angel that the documentary she produced “Audacity of Democracy” be turned over to Fox if it validates the fraud, intimidation, harassment, sexism, misogyny and cheating of The Won’s campaign during the primary.

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    Good point! I hope Basement is busy working on the documentary.

  114. wbboei

    We don’t give gifts to each otherin my parents world. Instead we take the money and give it somewhere else.
    You can go to your local dollar stoor and pick up a hundred pairs of flip flops. Then drop them off at the local loony bin. Crazy people love free shower shoes. Most if not all of these people have ben written off by family. So they love the shoes.,

  115. turndownobama
    July 11th, 2010 at 4:09 pm

    normally I would agree with you, but the community organizer will not allow any new nuclear plants to be started to be built, the licences are being stopped, and it takes about 12 – 15 years to build nuclear plants. He will not allow for clean coal tech. (which electric cars need), he will not allow for clean burning natural gas.

    Sorry, I support a transition to clean energy, but when it is done aburptly and with no plan for something to take its place, it just makes America more dependent on Foreign oil, wheere theere are no standards for the enviroment or the employees. Clean energy has to be sustainable and enough to not hinder economic growth

    but there is no plan…no plan by the community organizer.

  116. Fearing for investment

    Brady and other oil-patch lawmakers have been pressing President Barack Obama to end the six-month moratorium he imposed on 33 deep-water projects May 27 after the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig that was drilling a well for BP.
    Obama said the ban was needed to allow time for new safety standards to be implemented and a commission to investigate the cause of the April 20 blowout at BP’s Macondo well.

    Although the administration on Thursday lost its second bid to keep the ban in place while it appeals a federal court’s decision to strike down the moratorium, federal regulators plan to try again with a revised version soon.

    Dan Pickering, a financial analyst with Tudor, Pickering Holt & Co. Securities, said the legal uncertainties surrounding the ban – and the administration’s plan to issue a new, revised moratorium – ensure that no companies will resume deep-water drilling in U.S. waters anytime soon.

    “Are you really going to spend $5 million … getting ready to drill a well that someone would then probably block you from drilling?” Pickering said.

    Pickering added that prospects are high that a dozen rigs ultimately could leave the Gulf of Mexico because of the ban.
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    Thanks Tim. We shall soon see how many of those rigs end up in Brazil where Obama’s godfather Soros is doing business.

    Furthermore, this is a graphic example of how Mr. Obama is destroying the economy of the United States. Pickering says it best. Businessmen hate uncertainty. That is precisely what Mr Obama has given us with his omnibus bills–uncertainty which produces business paralysis. And job loss.

    And now we have his effort to stop offshore drilling. This will result in the shipment of tens of thousand American jobs offshore. But why should he care? Those are Republican states. To a man like him who thinks only of the campaign that thought will be his first thought and his last thought on the subject. As leaders go we can do better.

  117. wbboie
    I need to call my parents and say thankyou
    during the seventies my rents wwould buy a ton of Mcdonalds cift certificate and instead of me and my brothers going trick or treatin we walked around the worst places giving away one dollar gift certificates.

  118. Admin and the rest of you: OMG, I’ve been gone a week and the strides you have made in exposing the Mackdaddy are nothing short of amazing. All these months I’ve been a little unsure of some times on this blog, but it all fits together. You guys are just amazing.

    I think finally our voices are going to be heard and for that I am greatful. Admin you are a literary genius. THanks

  119. tim said:
    Sorry, I support a transition to clean energy, but when it is done aburptly and with no plan for something to take its place, it just makes America more dependent on Foreign oil, wheere theere are no standards for the enviroment or the employees. Clean energy has to be sustainable and enough to not hinder economic growth

    ==================

    You may have some good points. But if we wait for Obama to make a ‘plan’ the oil companies will continue pulling the strings.

    Obama serves the currently powerful, who do not want any new sources as competition, whether clean or nuclear or ‘clean coal’ (which may be just another word-wash, Obama style).

    It might be worth looking at ocean currents to see where new spills in the rigs’ new fields will wash to.

    You say, “Foreign oil, wheere theere are no standards for the enviroment or the employees.” Are you quite sure of that? Some other countries really do a better job than we do, even if they are foreign.

  120. We shall soon see how many of those rigs end up in Brazil where Obama’s godfather Soros is doing business.

    =================

    This would explain the Obama admin suddenly showing a spine on something, even against (US) business.

  121. henry, you and your parents are awesome. Thank you for all you do.

    Stephanie Tubbs Jones is forever one of my heroes! Hillary and her supporters must soldier on.

  122. turndownobama
    July 11th, 2010 at 4:09 pm

    tim

    “First rigs set leaving the US”

    and there are more to leave the US as well

    ===================

    Good riddance! Now we need to give the workers healthy, safe jobs in clean energy.
    ——-
    I agree, and if the funding for crude were passed over to better research and building factories, things might get done in mass instead of just affordable to the elites.
    We need a new Henry Ford for green energy products.
    I wanna electric car I can drive on the freeway and go to work in. Right now, I take an electric ‘train’ to work and walk… only buy gas for my little Honda about once every 3 weeks.

  123. Basement Angel’s documentary does show the caucus fraud and I would be surprised if she hadn’t tried to give it to Fox before now…maybe they will be more willing these days…

  124. turndown, there is nothing to celebrate that the first rig is sailing away…where is it going? It was Diamond Offshore, the safest offshore driller in the Gulf of Mexico…people are going to lose their jobs and and there aren’t anymore…how could anyone celebrate that?? Only a far left person would celebrate that.

    THis has been Obama’s plan all along…bankrupt the US and send all its high paying jobs overseas…cause all kinds of chaos…your celebrating the destruction of our country.

  125. Good riddance! Now we need to give the workers healthy, safe jobs in clean energy.
    ——-
    I agree, and if the funding for crude were passed over to better research and building factories, things might get done in mass instead of just affordable to the elites.
    We need a new Henry Ford for green energy products.
    I wanna electric car I can drive on the freeway and go to work in. Right now, I take an electric ‘train’ to work and walk… only buy gas for my little Honda about once every 3 weeks.

    =================

    This kind of shakeup (rigs leaving, moratorium) may be the only way to get some funding, and/or some demand, for some clean projects. Wait for an ideal ‘plan’ and we’ll get — the equivalent of Obamacare.

    What was the story about Detroit leasing out some good electric cars that everyone liked — then recalling them all?

  126. With oil drilling gone, maybe the Gulf can recover for its real, sustainable jobs: fishing etc. As well as some clean energy development projects.

  127. Shadowfax, yes it’s been curiously silent. A whole lot of *crickets chirping*. If it wasn’t for the sad state of affairs I’d be laughing and saying ” told ya’so”. The talking points here are 1) RACCISSSM. (2 it’s Bush’s fault. 3) He’s trying. 4) It’s a HARD job. It’s damn depressing, but I will never give in and never give up.

    Admin, I have one friend up her who is a barry fanatic and he expressed “disappointment” at his response to the oil spill, and he said he thought Hillary would have been a better leader. Knock me over with a feather!! It’s a start.

  128. Yup crazyhorse, we are among too few of those in ‘the know’. I am looking ‘less crazy’ to them as Obama shows his true self.

  129. turndown, if you believe that the rigs leaving the Gulf is good, then I have some oceanfront property in Colorado to sell to you.

    Its all about making sure the middle class jobs are all gone….it is to realign the wage price….just like giving amnesty for the illegals that are already here is for…when Raygun did that and gave amnesty….there were no raises in construction for over 10 years and the wage dropped 5 dollars an hour….this whole thing is about screwing the middleclass and the globalists are pushing this and it is coming from both parties.

  130. confloyd
    I don’t actually think Obama will do what is right for the citizens of America and switch from crude to green. But if he were to put move of the money spent on crude into building up companies to build and research green energy, and first put the workers in the gulf into those new jobs, wouldn’t it be better for the wildlife and humans than to keep waiting for the cleanup of the gulf, and the next ‘accident’ down the road
    What about the toxic effects to the workers that are doing the clean up because they are out of jobs do to BP?
    I can understand anyone that doesn’t trust the fraud to do the right thing, but the Clinton’s could do the right thing…we all know that.

  131. shadowfax, your right…if it was Hillary saying this…I would be jumping for joy…I just got back from the gulf and I saw no dolphins…I was raised on the gulf…my heart will always be for the gulf. The folks that work the oil rigs should be the first to get those jobs and not folks in Taiwan, China, Brazil. IF those rigs to to Brazil, that is still the gulf of mexico and everything pushes north…we need to stop drilling everywhere that the water hits the continental US.

    I don’t trust the fraud!

  132. turndownobama
    July 11th, 2010 at 5:08 pm
    Good riddance! Now we need to give the workers healthy, safe jobs in clean energy.
    ——-

    TDO,
    We’re going to just have to disagree on this buddy, but among 95% of the posters here, folks can disagree without it turning into personal attacks.

    “clean energy” as in solar, wind, battery powered cars, will be a viable alternative when it can compete with carbon based energy. It can’t do it without huge increases in petroleum / coal costs + tax subsidies.

    You can point to some research which is funded by a grant leach that indicates CO2 causes global warming, and I can point to research that shows contra and even that the earth is not warming. This flimsy evidence from highly biased sources dependent upon tax money to demonstrate a connection between CO2 and warming is insufficient to justify destroying our standard of living.

    Oil rigs leaving the gulf will only harm the millions of people down here whose livelihoods are directly and indirectly tied to oil production. It is NOT a good thing.

  133. confloyd, I think most of the dolphins seen in distress or dead are out to see, and most are probably under the surface.

  134. I am not buying this endorsement by Matthews of Palin’s chances to capture the Republican nomination. That may or may not be a realistic possibility, but his endorsement such as it is must be viewed with profound skepticism for the following reasons.

    1. First, Matthews has a notorious reputation when it comes to sexism. And the proof of it is a matter of record. In fact, it was so egregious during the primary that he was disciplined and forced to apologize. The resulting contempt people in general and women in particular have for him over this issue is so bad that he decided not to run for public office.

    2. Second, he works for a network and a boss which have a consistent record of vile sexist behavior. Through talking heads like Matthews, Olberman and the late Schuster, among all the networks MSNBC has made a market in sexism and any woman who draws a paycheck from that schlockhouse deserves to be ostracized by her peers.

    3. Third, msnbc and matthews are 100% invested in Obama such that if he falls they do as well. They believe rightly or wrongly that Obama can defeat Palin, and he let slip in his comments of faux support how they will do it. They will attack her as an evangelical. Come into my parlor said the spider to the fly.

    4. Fourth, by promoting Sarah after what he did to Hillary he is getting even with her in his own demented mind for turning him down on his press agent job that he sought during the Clinton presidency. If you think that is petty you are right, but it is important to remember we are dealing with a petty man whose pettiness is exceeded only by that of his boss.

    If you consider all these factors then it becomes obvious that Matthews has every reason to say things like this in the vain hope that people will forget the kind of man he is and the king of boss he works for. But nobody is fooled by his little charade. He is the number one sexist on tv, a serial offender and neither all his false piety or wit shall lure it back to cancel half a line, or all his crockadile tears wash away a word of it.

  135. July 11, 2010

    Gibbs Concedes GOP Could Retake House in November.

    Republicans have been saying it for months. Some analysts have said it for weeks. Now the White House’s own spokesman is also saying it: The GOP is in a good position to retake control of the House in the November elections from the Democrats.

    “There’s no doubt there are enough seats in play that could cause Republicans to gain control,” White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “There’s no doubt about that. This will depend on strong campaigns by Democrats. And again, I think we’ve got to take the issues to them.”

    Gibbs’s comment came after a week of increased campaign activities by Democratic President Barack Obama on behalf of his congressional allies, including fund-raising and sharp attacks on Republican leaders. Gibbs reiterated some of the attack lines on Sunday, saying Democrats would tell voters that the GOP drove the country “into the ditch” when they had power in Washington and that they should not be elevanted again.

    Some Republicans looked past Gibbs’s criticism to note the underlying message. His words “should be read as a tacit admission that [the Democrats’] economic policies have failed in the eyes of the voters,” said Ken Spain, spokesman for the GOP’s House campaign committee, in an email statement.

    http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2010/07/11/gibbs-concedes-gop-could-retake-house-in-november/

  136. Have you noticed that the Team Hillary Clinton facebook site has changed it’s name to Team Hillary Clinton 2012

  137. I found this at riverdaughters, what do you think about it?

    ———————————————————-
    heard last week that Bof A will foreclose on 45,000 homes next month and learned yesterday from an employment expert that banks are hiring “like crazy” and a top banker told her, “we are about to see the largest transfer of assets in history”. So, I wonder how many are going to be made homeless in the next few months? What is going on?

  138. NMF, Well of all people Hillary will have the goods on Obama, she has been on the inside for a time now! I hope she runs and tells all.

  139. IF those rigs to to Brazil, that is still the gulf of mexico and everything pushes north…we need to stop drilling everywhere that the water hits the continental US.

    ================

    There I agree. As I said, we need to look at the currents and where they will take any future spills.

    Really we should not allow drilling in ANY part of the world. It’s a weapon of mass destruction.

    In fact the only thing we can really do is promote better projects for clean energy, so that users all over the world will have good economic reason to switch.

  140. janh, Oh brother, not Meanchelle. What is she going to do?

    Whats going on with Israel? I heard that Ahmadinjab is going to appear in Lebannon soon. It appears that Israel is caving to Obama, what do you think?

  141. turndown, again, someone can easily and correctly respond to your belief that an anti-abortion stance is anti-woman with a reply that pro-abortion views are immoral, anti-baby, barbaricly inhumane, and murder. The difference as I see it is one person gets to walk away from the experience, many times psychologically damaged, while the other life never had a chance. Thank God for all those given the chance. In this country, abortion is currently legal, but is it right? I won’t be saying anything else about it because although I think it’s wrong, I won’t judge anyone with regards to her choice. My best hope is that they are few in number due to pregnant females decide to keep their children.

  142. confloyd,

    I don’t think Bibi will cave. He wants direct talks and knows that Abbas will never agree to it. Abbas wants everything his way or no way. He wants all the concessions to be made on Israel’s side. Not going to happen.

    What I’m watching for right now is the Libyan smear-Israel flotilla that is supposed to reach Israeli waters soon.

  143. JanH, Thanks, I feel so out of touch, I will watch that too. Are actually putting the missile shield back into POland now? I read it at another blog, but you know half put in fictious information.

  144. Off topic, but just wanted to ask. What in the world is wrong with Lanny Davis? I thought he was a Hillary supporter and a good guy…but NOW he is a total BO suck up. He’s on Huckabee right now.

  145. confloyd,

    I believe that was part of the reason for Hilary’s latest trip. My understanding is that the missile shield is a go.

    In the meantime, Iran, Libya, and the others are threatening a holy war to end all wars.

    Meanwhile…bambi plays golf.

  146. JanH, You sometimes have to wonder if this is not what he wants…there is so much war talked about…I don’t even remember Bush the warmonger talking about as much as they do now. Its just that there is so much unrest….I wish I knew…people are beginning to be scared.

  147. Oh God.

    Mrs. Community Organizer is going to be visiting the Gulf region tommorow to get updates.

    Yea, like I’m sure she cares, when her hubby was giving his damn speech she was out partying in Hollywood that same night.

  148. The following is one of those nuggets that I mentioned in a previous posting that I can usually find in a Lame Cherry blog post. I imagine he is correct on this point.
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    When this is said and done, it is certain no coming President will ever sit down in youth nor in the Oval Office and ever ask, “What would Barack Obama do?” as that is asking what would a despot, tyrant, glutton, bankrupter and nation rapist would do.

  149. admin — superb article, I emailed it to the people on my email list and many have written back thanking you for all your hard work and superb work. thank you.

  150. Hmm… BO may be using MO as a test case. The claims made of serious side effects reported from inhaling the noxious, poisonus fumes created during cleanup have to be verified for authenticity.

  151. Thanks Admin for bringing the Primary Nomination Theft to light once again- Will the CBC’s behavior in DC on May 31st be examined in detail any time soon as well? Might as well get it all out there and perhaps point to a pattern of thuggery by the Obama camp to win elections?

  152. Hmm… BO may be using MO as a test case. The claims made of serious side effects reported from inhaling the noxious, poisonus fumes created during cleanup have to be verified for authenticity.

    *******************************************************************

    Yes, indeed. Test dummies are probably needed. Hmm…How many should BO send since he is surrounded with an abundance of them.

  153. Posted over on PUMApac………….caucus fraud stories…
    wbb and others?????????
    ————
    Rancho 07.11.10 at 8:34 pm

    Anyone out there have 2008 caucus fraud stories to tell?
    0n Hillbuzz, someone posted their caucus story and it was forwarded to Gigi! (SEE REPLYS TO #36) http://hillbuzz.org/2010/07/11/great-merciful-zeus-gigi-gaston-on-fox-challenges-dnc-to-answer-for-the-voter-fraud-it-allowed-in-2008/#comments. She left her email address . . Bettina@Vivianofeldman.com. She also said, ” Anyone who knows more stories, please contact me. We can still shoot and add more footage. Thanks.”

    THEY CAN SHOOT AND ADD MORE FOOTAGE!!!

  154. Wooooooooooooohoooooooo, here in Obotland, on the local news they are also saying that Democrats will probably lose the House in November, and with all the disillusioned liberals, they don’t know how Obama can get them ‘excited’ again by the election.

    I’m telling ya, the Gulf gusher has pushed many of them over the edge, along with this economy and no jobs.

    No pink unicorns Obots!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Your messiah was always a fraud.

  155. Red State has this to say:

    http://www.redstate.com/elronaldo/2010/07/11/obama-intimidation-fraud-went-back-to-primaries/

    Like something you would expect from a Democrat, it’s all emotional and produced to be practically unverifiable. But conservatives should be just as outraged by this just as most democrats seem complacent about it. JadedbyPolitics mentions it from another perspective today and Fox finally ‘ran’ the story but also successfully buried it at the same time. When I saw the clip below (H/T Susan in Glendale) I had trouble verifying when the story even ran. Finally From a Fox & Friends story on Sunday 7/11/2010 – Even Fox seems to be determined to bury the news, because you can’t find the clip or even a headline on their site about it; just Alisyn’s blog entry that the story is going to run today.

    Watch the clip. The film (still in post production) is produced by a Democrat, and all or most of the folks making allegations are Democrats. Apparently there were over 2,000 fraud or intimidation complaints against Obama’s primary activities that the MSM and DNC kept quiet somehow.

    But for someone who wants to check facts and verify, this is a tough, tough setup. No names, no party titles, not even the states/cities where this happened (Houston is mentioned).

    It’s obvious that the producer does not know much about the difference between election fraud and caucus fraud (similar, but different, and managed differently).

    We need to throw a light on this. Get Fox to put up the F&F clip and date it.

    I’m hoping that when producer Gigi Gaston finishes this film, it will support verification instead of just jerking my tears and producing outrage.

    Nevertheless, we must spread the word on this. Double click the video to go to the actual Utube site and click ‘Embed’ to get the embed code to put this on your blog.

    Also, note that when we are walking our precincts, this is one thing we have in common with almost every Democrat: fair elections and caucuses. It’s worth mentioning when we walk.

  156. Another comment from RedState:

    http://www.redstate.com/jaded/2010/07/11/silence-of-the-lambs-or-anyone-who-is-not-an-obamaphile/

    I will let you decide because really anyone voting for Hillary Clinton is no lamb, nor were they Obamaphiles either We Will Not Be Silenced. You see, the ONE case that should have been prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, was not. Now we are learning there may be thousands more just like it. There appears to have been collusion among the Corrupt Media to not report it. These Hillary voters and campaign workers literally begged the media for attention and were ignored. The Corrupt Media was completely in the tank for getting Obama elected, and every American is now paying the price.

    When you see a “journolist” you know the meme has been set and followed. Little old White ladies being accosted at voting booths across America, so that the “first” Black President could be elected – SHAMEFUL. Make no mistake, it will happen again in 2012, because the Obama Administration’s Justice Department will allow members of The New Black Panthers to have their billy clubs at the voting booth. What the Justice Department has wrought is an emboldened Black Panther’s Party who believe they are above the law–easy for them to believe… Susannah’s very good ongoing updates of the Black Panther case. For the Democrats who did not support Obama, and Republicans, Independents who supported the Republican candidate in the 2008 presidential election, and thought 2008 was a fluke, they will be finding out how much HATE these groups have gotten away with. In addition, their HATE has been emboldened by a friendly Justice Department that appears to be looking the other way. The only way to fight back is to go to the polls in large groups. In the 1960’s people of color faced difficulties in getting to exercise their right to vote. We may have the same scenario playing out today, only the groups being discriminated against is reversed.

    In America we have always said and it is true that we are a nation of LAWS. We follow the Rule of Law. That was one of the major gifts of the Constitution. However, when a group of Black Nationalists want to kill the “crackers” (white people), the breakdown has begun. It gives rise to a real fear that the Hate Crimes Legislation passed by a Democrat Congress in 2009 Watch Out Cracker is only used against Whites.

    I most certainly am not going to engage in a “you deserve it” mentality when the MAJORITY of Americans have never owned a slave, nor known someone who owned a slave. Hell, a MAJORITY of us do not even know someone who was discriminated against because of our ages. A MAJORITY of Americans have grown up in the Affirmative Action age of America. There is no such thing as payback in American Justice, there is only right and wrong. When a wrong is recognized, it is legislated out of existence. There can be no equal justice under the law when one group of Americans is treated differently then another and that goes for ALL AMERICANS no matter the color of their skin. The past is just that–the past. It cannot be erased, it cannot be made right, it can only be condemned and changed. If America cannot get past the race hustlers and this racist President who would keep their own people down with a bitter hatred that never moves the people forward, then we are truly not the best Country on earth.

    I encourage all Americans to really study the history of racism and recognize that the Democrats have always been the Party that DESTROYED the Black community. I would encourage them to understand that it is Conservatism that allows the man or woman to be FREE. It is the Conservative who recognizes the past and welcomes ALL Americans to be a fruitful part of America. Heck, it is the Conservative who recognizes that it is imperative to own a weapon to protect your home and free speech Gun Rights are Equal Rights. It is the Democrat Party that promises you “free stuff” out of one side of their mouth while being in bed with Big Business.

    2010 is the Conservative Revolution and 2012 is the stamp of approval on the Revolution. If you believe that FREEDOM trumps TYRANNY you will vote for Conservatives in 2010 and 2012. You will NOT fear voting to end racism in the Democrat Party. You will NOT fear voting to end the HATE that infests the Democrat Party. You WILL be part of the solution and not part of the problem.

  157. Seems like some Republicans/conservatives are taking our suggestions to heart and seriously discussing today’s Fox & Friends report and beginning to understand that what was done to Hillary and her supporters must be understood, publicized, and fought:

    http://www.rightpundits.com/?p=6660

    Award winning film director Gigi Gaston appeared on Fox News “Fox & Friends”, describing other incidents of voter intimidation during the 2008 elections. Gaston, a life-long Democrat, is the director of “We Will Not Be Silenced”, a documentary film exposing potential vote fraud. In the video below, Gigi Gaston provides details and shows segments from her film.

    Regular readers will recall my two part interview with the film’s producer Bettina Viviano ( Part 1 & Part 2 ). Together with executive producer, John Siegel, a former campaign manager for Hillary Clinton, the documentary shows a pattern of fraud, dirty tricks and voter intimidation used by supporters of the Obama campaign. Their objective was to steal the Democrat nomination process.

    Interviews with polling workers, precinct managers and others paint a disturbing picture of corruption and abuse, particularly during the Democrat caucuses. One of those interviewed in the film described a conference call prior to a caucus where instructions on how to manipulate the results were discussed. Other segments of the documentary show how at state party conferences, where delegates to the national convention were to be appointed, Hillary supporters were shouted down and ignored.

    For nearly two years, the news media had ignored this crucial story. The recent revelations of Justice Department whistle blower, J. Christian Adams, now shows that there may well be a plan to cover up any vote fraud or intimidation cases that may cast a shadow of doubt on the election of Barack Obama. While Adams contends that the dismissal of the voter intimidation case against members of the New Black Panther Party was based on race, could the real reason be much deeper? A deliberate cover-up of any misdeeds by the Obama campaign or supporters?

    Appearing on Fox News “Fox & Friends” today, Gigi Gaston is finally getting to tell her story to the national media. With so much information already accumulated, Gaston and others involved in their film project, “We Will Not Be Silenced”, may be invited back to reveal more of what they know. Those who wish to contact “Fox & Friends” and encourage more segments should contact producer Laura Petti by email. The website, Canadian Free Press also did an article this week on the film and it’s implications. Perhaps now, the American news media will take notice?

  158. The email of the person (Laura Petti) at Fox News to contact if you want more of the documentary shown:

    Laura.Petti at Foxnews.com

  159. I don’t know what I would do without this site! I was out all day and didn’t have a chance to see the voter fraud clips but I didn’t have to worry about that coz I can come here and get the instant-playback plus great commentary!

    Thanks admin and everyone who posts here. You guys perform a yeomans public service!

    OTOH, Some seemed pleased by Gibbs admission that the dims could lose the house in Novemeber but I question the motives. WTF is he saying this, now? Something ain’t right. I don’t trust a thing that comes out of the Pillsbury Dough Boy’s mouth. It seemed like an effort to distract or reassure. I dunno.

  160. basil9, Yes I agree, I don’t trust Gibbs either. I wonder why he would say that, it just doesn’t add up.

  161. Progressives hope ‘One Nation’ coalition can recapture grass-roots fervor

    By Krissah Thompson
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Monday, July 12, 2010

    If imitation is the highest form of flattery, the “tea party” movement must be honored.

    In an effort to replicate the tea party’s success, 170 liberal and civil rights groups are forming a coalition that they hope will match the movement’s political energy and influence. They promise to “counter the tea party narrative” and help the progressive movement find its voice again after 18 months of foundering.

    The large-scale attempt at liberal unity, dubbed “One Nation,” will try to revive themes that energized the progressive grass roots two years ago. In a repurposing of Barack Obama’s former campaign slogan, organizers are demanding “all the change” they voted for — a poke at the White House.

    But the liberal groups have long had a kind of sibling rivalry, jostling over competing agendas and seeking to influence some of the same lawmakers. In forming the coalition, the groups struggled to settle on a name. Even now, two of the major players disagree about who came up with the idea of holding a march this fall.

    In this respect, at least, the liberal effort already resembles the fractious tea party movement. In February, some tea party groups skipped a long-planned gathering in Nashville in protest of alleged profiteering by convention organizers. Tea partiers have also argued about which candidates represent the movement.

    Despite the friction among liberal groups, the effort behind One Nation was born of a certain necessity: At one of the first meetings, Deepak Bhargava, executive director of the Center for Community Change, said, “Raise your hand if you can push your part of the agenda all by yourself.”

    No hands went up.

    Indeed, a promised overhaul of immigration law is virtually dead this year. Legislation that labor unions say would make it easier for them to grow their membership is stalled in Congress. The jobless rate is 15.4 percent for blacks and 12.4 percent for Hispanics, compared with 8.6 percent for whites.

    “Having been confronted with the specter of the tea party . . . we felt it urgent to organize the majority of this country, which voted in 2008 and has gone back to the couch,” said Benjamin Jealous, president of the NAACP. “We’ve been split off in different directions.”

    The groups involved represent the core of the first-time voters who backed Obama, including the National Council of La Raza, the Service Employees International Union, the NAACP, the AFL-CIO, and the United States Student Association. (The effort is separate from the Democratic Party’s plan to spend $50 million trying to reach those same voters.)

    Their aha! moment happened after the health-care overhaul passed this spring. Liberal groups, which focused their collective strength to push the bill against heavy resistance, felt relevant and effective for the first time in a long while. That health-care coalition, composed of civil rights groups, student activists and labor leaders, liked the winning formula.

    “In many ways, the bitter fight for health-care reform has painfully highlighted that we must go back to the grass-roots organizing that won us the election in the first place,” said George Gresham, president of 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East.

    Liberal leaders see “much of the progressive agenda at risk in this election,” said Paul Starr, a professor of public affairs at Princeton University and co-editor of the American Prospect, a liberal magazine. “There is no choice but for these groups to get together. The historical pattern is that voter turnout falls disproportionately among minorities and young people at these midterm elections, so they are fighting a historical trend.”

    Leaders of the groups have been meeting for about three months in a planning process that some participants called arduous, debating everything from the name of the coalition to what the branding and logo should look like.

    The coalition’s first goal is to plan a march to “demonstrate to Congress that these agenda items have support across multiple demographics,” Jealous said. The demonstration, to be held Oct. 2, will center on pressing for more government spending on job creation.

    “This is a way to create some intensity,” said Eric Rodriguez, vice president of the National Council of La Raza. “Month after month, we spend time pointing to these employment figures, and we’re still not breaking through on the disparities in a way that we think is important.”

    At their national conventions this week, NAACP and La Raza leaders will talk to their members about “One Nation,” and they are seeking money from foundations for the effort. They hope it will be a show of force that will remind Congress and the White House that they are out there.

    Some activists say Obama has not lived up to their expectations, and Michael McGerr, a professor of history at Indiana University who has studied political campaigns, said he could be pushed harder.

    The effort has a historical parallel in a story that Obama has told on the campaign trail. According to the story, when labor organizer and civil rights leader A. Philip Randolph met with President Franklin D. Roosevelt to press his issues, Roosevelt told Randolph that he agreed with him, but that Randolph should “go out and make me do it.”

    “They are calling the Democratic Party back to what has been the pattern of successful liberalism in the 20th century,” McGerr said.

    Progressives hope ‘One Nation’ coalition can recapture grass-roots fervor

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/11/AR2010071103540.html

  162. I tell you, yesterday with this post of admin’s and the breakthrough Fox TV exposure, I was giddy! Slept well too.
    Now things are even more interesting:

    John Fund: Black Panther Voter Intimidation Case Dropped
    …When none of the defendants filed any response to the complaint or appeared in federal district court in Philadelphia to answer the suit, it appeared almost certain Justice would have prevailed by default. Instead, the department in May suddenly allowed the party and two of the three defendants to walk away. Against the third defendant, Minister King Samir Shabazz, it sought only an injunction barring him from displaying a weapon within 100 feet of a Philadelphia polling place for the next three years—action that’s already illegal under existing law.

    There was outrage over the decision among Congressional Republicans, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and in the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division—especially after it was learned one of the defendants who walked was Jerry Jackson, a member of Philadelphia’s 14th Ward Democratic Committee and a credentialed poll watcher for the Democratic Party last Election Day…
    h t t p://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203550604574361071968458430.html#mod=article-outset-box
    h/t GatewayPundit

  163. Admin,

    Is it possible that after Nov., the Repuublicans will have enough control of the congress to pass legislation requiring proof of all the residency requirements to run for President? If so, O would be forced to withdraw from the race. Obviously he doesn’t meet the criteria.

    As for Israel being forced to go along with Obama….it is not going to happen.

    Israel left Lebanon and Gaza to soothe world opinion and show a willingness to negotiate a peace and were rewarded with Hezbollah and Hamas. Israel simply can not afford to give up much more and get nothing in return. The threat to its security is just too great.

    After Hitler and WW2 Jews have vowed” never again” and they mean it. They will fight for their right to exist and they will not be pushed too far into untenable positions.

  164. On the topic of Israel…this is for you JanH

    Have you seen this?

    The Trophy system is simply awesome. It protects vehicles

    like tanks 360 degree and above. This video demonstrates

    this Israeli developed system.

    _______________________________

    Trophy – It will change the battlefield in a major way.

    The system has been installed in over 70% of the IDF’s main battle tanks and other important armored vehicles. The balance of approximately 30% will be completed in very short order.

    Numerous armies have indicated a very serious interest in the Trophy system, but so far, the IDF is not prepared to share the technology with anyone.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62jzAupr044

  165. Now at GatewayPundit: snip Fox & Friends had an explosive interview with Gigi Gaston, a writer/director who has made a documentary outlining the rampant voter fraud perpetrated by the Obama campaign during the 2008 primaries against Hillary Clinton. Gaston is a lifelong Democrat whose grandfather was a Democratic governor of Massachusetts…

  166. Thanks for the video on the Trophy system. Very interesting. There’s much innovation that comes from Israel and Jews in general.

  167. Admin, redstate need not worry about non-verifiable stories. Let the congress call for a hearing and put these people under oath. There will be thousands of Hillary supporters who will go in to share their stories. There is no threat of perjury here. Finally, our angst about democracy falling by the wayside is getting their attention. What took them this long? Well, if they think about that question, they will also think about the corrupt media. It is a gathering storms scenario.

  168. Maybe Greta will pick up this Gaston documentary and if she does it will be great. She will beat the drum day after day like she does with the AZ law.

  169. Carol
    July 12th, 2010 at 8:35 am
    ————–

    Thanks Carol. Looks very promising.

    How are you? Hope all is going well.

  170. I’m fine thanks. Very hot here…I have a seasonal business so I am working very hard. Business right now is much better than it has been in the last 2 years so I am grateful as long as it lasts…..

  171. Carol,

    Good to hear about work being there for you. I have friends who are having a heck of a time getting jobs after being laid off.

  172. JanH, I missed the originally airing of Larry King’s ionterview with Bibi. Bibi was in complete control and I have no fears that he will cave. I don’t know if Israel will do the world’s dirty work once again ( as most arabs and probably many in the US hope)and bomb Iran, but as my Israeli friend stated, “one of theirnuclear missiles means nothing as we will shoot it down” and then blow them back into the stone age .

  173. July 12, 2010

    Bill Clinton to return to Haiti
    Posted: July 12th, 2010

    From CNN’s Jeff Simon

    Former President Clinton visited Haiti soon after January’s earthquake. He returns Monday.
    (CNN) – Former President Bill Clinton will return to Haiti Monday to mark the six-month anniversary of the devastating earthquake that rocked the impoverished island nation January 12, the Clinton Foundation announced Sunday. This will be his sixth trip to the nation since the quake struck.

    Clinton will meet separately with Haitian President Rene Preval and Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive.

    Clinton, who is the U.N. Special Envoy for Haiti, joined with former President George W. Bush to establish the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, which last week announced $1 million in new grants to create new jobs and spur economic activity.

    Programming Note: Watch an exclusive interview from Haiti with former Pres. Clinton Monday on CNN’s AC 360° beginning at 10 p.m. ET.

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/07/12/bill-clinton-to-return-to-haiti-2/?fbid=7YKgD3mEIM3

  174. Admin-

    Redstate

    …It’s obvious that the producer does not know much about the difference between election fraud and caucus fraud (similar, but different, and managed differently).

    We need to throw a light on this. Get Fox to put up the F&F clip and date it.

    I’m hoping that when producer Gigi Gaston finishes this film, it will support verification instead of just jerking my tears and producing outrage.

    ——-
    Fox didn’t show enough of the clips to let the Redstate person know most of the film was about caucus fraud…….

    And also didn’t continue the clip where Lynette Long explains all the documentation, copies given to the Clintons and also that all the info was posted online for the public, now it needs a password to get into, AND that PUMAs mailed this info to Fox, Hannity, Bill O, Greta and even the MSM folks over, and over…but no one cared.

  175. More Redstate

    These Hillary voters and campaign workers literally begged the media for attention and were ignored. The Corrupt Media was completely in the tank for getting Obama elected, and every American is now paying the price.
    —–
    ONE BIG FRICKIN’ YUP!!!!!!!!!

    “…And…..Hillary supports are not lambs”….

    No, PUMAs aren’t ‘lambs’, but some elderly are not big on having to knock the block off of aggressive adults that are “in their faces”, with their walkers or canes either.

  176. m317
    July 12th, 2010 at 10:19 am

    Maybe Greta will pick up this Gaston documentary and if she does it will be great. She will beat the drum day after day like she does with the AZ law.
    ——

    Let me just say this from the start, I really, really love Greta. Watch her every night, but………

    I sent all this fraud info to her, all of it, over and over before the General election, begged her to put it on, and not a peep.

    Not one frickin’ peep to help keep Barry out of the White House.

    Maybe she will put it on when others have broken the ice……..too bad, it is after the donkey got out of the barn.

  177. jbstonesfan
    July 12th, 2010 at 11:21 am

    JanH, I missed the originally airing of Larry King’s ionterview with Bibi.
    ——
    I saw part of the interview last night, I have been checking on CNN lately to see if there is any Gulf news.

    This is the first time I have really listened to Bibi, don’t know much about him, but from what I saw, he seems really sincere and I liked him.

    Is he a good guy?

  178. holdthemaccountable
    July 12th, 2010 at 7:56 am
    Against the third defendant, Minister King Samir Shabazz, it sought only an injunction barring him from displaying a weapon within 100 feet of a Philadelphia polling place for the next three years—action that’s already illegal under existing law.
    &&&&&&&

    What about AG Holder issuing an injunction that any Black Panther caught killing someone must apologize to the family?

  179. Posted on PUMApac -Rancho 07.12.10 at 8:55 am
    Check out yesterday’s posts 58+ and then again with a new development #111+

    Since someone on Hillbuzz was featured in the documentary. I wanted to see what was being discussed from the site http://hillbuzz.org/2010/07/12/breaking-the-fourth-wall-surreality-of-the-day/#comments
    Just an excerpt . . .
    “But, from our perspective, in our experience, things are night and day different from where they were back in 2008 when he filmed that segment for Gigi Gaston.

    It’s like the stars have aligned and the Fates have conspired to give us this window of opportunity to promote the living daylights out of We Will Not Be Silenced and make it into a national story, now that Eric Holder’s shameless dismissal of the Black Panther case has made Obama’s indulgence of self-benefitting voter fraud and election crimes big news.

    We heard an interesting rumor from a good friend in Michigan politics that Jennifer Granholm will be the next Attorney General, replacing Eric Holder sometime after November’s elections, when Rahm Emanuel will most likely be replaced as Chief of Staff by Valerie Jarrett. The fumbling of this Black Panther case was the last straw for Holder…he is now a lame duck just waiting for the aftermath of the elections to give the White House cover to fire him.

    Then, Democrats will wail that since Holder’s gone, no further investigation into any voter fraud at all is unnecessary. Granholm will support this, because she had no problem at all with the fraud in Michigan and the deliberate stealing of delegates from Hillary Clinton there (despite supposedly being a friend of the Clintons, and a woman who thought she’d be Hillary’s AG when she became president). And Democrats will count on Republicans being spineless and myopic and just letting this scandal blow away into the wind, like everything else criminal Obama has done in the last two years.”

  180. EARLY ARTICLE (July 13th): BILL CLINTON’S ASSESSMENT OF “THE ONE”

    In searching for one article, I came across this:

    nytimes.com/2010/07/13/world/middleeast/13iht-politicus.html?_r=1

    Politicus
    Clinton Asks if Obama Is ‘Winning’
    By JOHN VINOCUR
    Published: July 12, 2010

    MIAMI — William Jefferson Clinton, that political slyboots, was talking recently about the mood in America. His audience was presumed millions. The husband of the U.S. secretary of state did not exactly say it was disastrously low, and he did not blame Barack Obama for it.

    But, in relation to the presidency of the United States, he did insist, “The American people hire you to win for them, and if they don’t feel like winners, they’re not going to give you very much credit.”

    And: “Until people feel better about their own lives, they’re not going to feel good about their president.”

    Of course, in an interview on CNN, Mr. Clinton tossed in a don’t-get-me-wrong line concerning President Obama: “I think he’s done a better job than he’s getting credit for.”

    While Mr. Clinton was brilliantly insinuating Americans are feeling that America isn’t winning much and that their president, hired to win, may not be the winner that American exceptionalism demands — the Obama administration’s responses to the recession, the environment, the Taliban, or the mullahs in their rush toward nukes are not regularly described as triumphs — he also had a piece of direct advice for Mr. Obama:

    “The most important thing is to fix the leak.”

    The vast oil spill from the BP well in the Gulf of Mexico, Mr. Clinton seemed to suggest, was so far a tragic show of futility seeping deep into the American psyche.

    He was masterfully indirect about it, but in questioning in the interview why it had not been stanched (where’s the navy?), and raising the possibility that federal officials may be as guilty for the problem as BP, he gave tacit support to the idea that it was incomprehensible that the world’s greatest technological and military power, in the space of close to three months, had not gotten the job done.

    Is this the America that could change things, stop things, make bad things disappear through its strength, wealth and sense of responsibility, and as Mr. Clinton said, a month earlier, not only win for itself but “win for the world”?

    American troops chased the Taliban from Kabul and tore down Saddam Hussein’s statue in Baghdad before a world television audience, which then watched as American leadership, piecemeal, frittered those victories away. Perhaps, in that light, it’s reading too much into Mr. Clinton’s view to think he believes that America functions exclusively through its successes, its just-do-it, win-now imperative.

    But it also sounded very much like Bill Clinton was saying that the administration’s halting involvement in and seeming incapacities in coping with the oil disaster had produced terrible symbolism.

    Nightly, on American television, the wild well’s spewing has coalesced into a visual loop illustrating a kind of national losing streak — whether the news is Pew Research saying that only a few Americans believe the recession has ended, or that 69 percent consider the country is not on the right track.

    I watched the Clinton interview a couple of weeks ago in Miami and then zapped to local news.

    For its happy talk segment (black comedy subdivision), there was a girl recovering after being bitten by a barracuda that jumped onto her stepfather’s boat and chomped a 54-stitch cut into her arm. The rest included: property values had fallen 13.4 percent in Miami-Dade County in a year, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said that, according to its calculations of 15 years of ocean-current patterns, there was a 63 percent to 80 percent probability that tar balls would begin to wash up on Florida’s Atlantic coast from the Keys north to Fort Lauderdale by mid-August.

    A winning America didn’t cut through this vision of brown spindrift and black tides.

    Besides, when Americans see the arrival in Kabul of Gen. David H. Petraeus, Mr. Obama’s new Afghanistan commander, and hear him say, “We’re in this to win,” many might associate that with familiar football-coach non-speak where it’s always we’re-in-this-to-win, but rarely in it vowing “and not till we leave with victory in our pocket.”

    Same thing with Iran, where the president called the new Iran Sanctions Act he signed on July 1 “the toughest” yet — they’re always the toughest — but didn’t talk to the press about it until 6:30 p.m., too late for the day’s evening news. Perhaps he knew in advance of the C.I.A. director Leon E. Panetta’s intention to say four days later that sanctions would “probably not” deter Iran from having a deliverable nuclear weapon within two years.

    Alongside the determination of the mullahs and Taliban, the oil spill almost looks like the easy part of America’s confrontations, in the sense words like “unacceptable” concerning an ecological tragedy on the United States’ shores — unlike stopping Iran via sanctions — have some reality.

    “I’m not second-guessing anybody,” Mr. Clinton insisted in his CNN interview. But he put handling of the spill in a context where it can appear an uncomfortable precedent in terms of White House decision-making, resolve and acceptance of duty.

    Seeking accountability for the oil leak, he assigned possible guilt equally, referring to “whether it was somebody in British Petroleum or somebody in the U.S. government.” And, in suggesting the navy had the capability to blow up the well and cover the leak with piles of debris, he said, “Unless we’re going to do that, we are dependent on the technical expertise of these people from BP.”

    Take this as cut in stone: Americans do not think of themselves as a dependent people. But Mr. Clinton poked at that newly notional sore on the national psyche a second time, saying “until” Mr. Obama made a decision whether to use the navy, “We have no tool that belongs to the federal government to shut that well down, which means we are dependent on” BP.

    Do these zingers have a specific political purpose? The kindest explanation would be they serve both the Clintonian ego and Mr. Obama’s edification.

    A man who can pat a back and wound it in the same stroke, Mr. Clinton added for good measure that the president “is a brilliant, articulate, and I think exceedingly empathetic person.”

    What slyboots Bill Clinton so strikingly omitted saying was this: that Barack Obama has turned out to be the winner Americans thought they hired in electing him president.

  181. MURPHY over at PUMApac is covering the caucus fraud with lots of information:

    In case you didn’t hear us the first time, we’ll repeat. Obama STOLE the 2008 Democratic Primaries.

    http://pumapac.org/2010/07/12/in-case-you-didnt-hear-us-the-first-time-well-repeat-obama-stole-the-2008-democratic-primaries/comment-page-1/#comment-443768

    And he and his gang will do it again too, if we let them. But this time, Pumas are still sounding the alarm. What happened with the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation cover-up, as well as Holder’s Justice Department’s alleged policy of not prosecuting Voting Rights Act complaints brought by citizens who happen to be white, suddenly has a larger context, a background, a backstory, and, crucially, a THEME. And the theme is: Barack Obama and his Movement will lie, cheat, and steal to win elections. Literally.

    Since many of today’s readers may be new to this site and ones like it, I’ll post a few links for background information on what’s been going on in the Democratic party and in the upper echelons of DC and the national media headquarters since at least 2005.

    Hillary Clinton actually received MORE VOTES than obama in the Dem Primaries and Caucuses of 2008. Let that sink in. Every time you read or hear a media spokesperson refer to Clinton’s “bitter loss” or “incompetent campaign” or “hard-fought loss” to obama, please click on this link to reassure yourself that YES, the media is shamelessly lying. Clinton did not suffer a “bitter loss.” She won for lord’s sake. What she did do, was finally throw in the towel on June 7, 2008 because she knew she couldn’t beat the DNC Machine. So she cut her losses and tried to salvage a worthy and valuable goal from the corrupt wreckage of the New Democratic Party, as shamefully redesigned by Axelrod, obama, Emanuel, Brazile, and Pelosi. That gang, with obama as their untouchable figurehead, tragically transformed the party of inclusive, idealistic, and all-American common sense liberalism into a Chicago style club of insider-only thugs who play disenfranchised groups off of each other, working only to keep us divided and hating each other so we’ll be distracted fighting for scraps from a government that no longer guarantees justice for all but instead payback with taxpayer cash for a few (and, yes, the “few” most certainly include the corporate interests that funded his campaign).

    But not only did Clinton receive more votes; she also received them in a climate of corruption, intimidation, and blatant favoritism practiced by the media and the party referees; the Dem party leadership and media honchos who had the hots for an obama presidency. In Nevada and Texas, the corruption and illegal activity by the obama campaign against Clinton voters at the polling places was so blatant and out of control that the Clinton Campaign officially registered a complaint with the DNC and requested an investigation into, among other things:

    * Deliberately miscounted votes to favor Senator Obama.
    * Deliberately counted unregistered persons as Obama votes.
    * Deliberately counted young children as Obama votes.
    * Refused to accept preference cards from Clinton supporters who were at the caucus site by noon on the ground that the cards were not filled out fast enough.
    * Told Clinton supporters to leave prior to electing delegates.
    * Clinton supporters who arrived late were turned away from the caucus, while late Obama supporters were admitted to the caucus.
    * Obama supporters falsely informed Clinton supporters that no registration forms were available for them to register to vote at the caucus site.
    * Obama supporters wrongly told Clinton supporters who were attempting to caucus at the wrong precinct that they could not caucus at that site, while simultaneously permitting Obama supporters at the wrong precinct to participate.
    * Obama supporters were allowed to move to the front of the registration and sign-in line.
    * Workers were informed that their supervisors kept lists of Clinton and Obama supporters, and were told that they could not caucus unless their name was on the list of Obama supporters.
    * Many Clinton supporters were threatened with employment termination or other discipline if they caucused for Senator Clinton.
    * Workers were required to sign a pledge card to support Obama if they wanted time off to participate in the caucus.
    * Workers at one casino were offered a lavish lunch and permitted to attend and register to vote only if they agree to support Obama.

    Apparently some pretty big media outlets are FINALLY starting to understand what we’ve been trying to explain for years. As Hillbuzz says, “It is never the crime, but the coverup that does these people in. Democrats never bothered to coverup the voter fraud because the Media never talked about it and too few Americans were ever interested in it.“

    For those of us in the thick of things, paying attention, and screaming our heads off for what feels like forever to try to get the mainstream media to listen, two years feels like an eternity. But we said in June 2008, and again in November, and we say it almost every day: Pumas are in this for the long haul. We can’t rest, because every day new developments show just how right we were. New examples of obama incompetence make clear how we were right about how serious the consequences for our country and our democracy would be when the media cheerleaders facilitated the Emanuel-Axelrod-Dean Chicago style takeover of the Democratic National Committee.

    more…

  182. You have to laugh at the final assessment above by John Vinocur:

    “What slyboots Bill Clinton so strikingly omitted saying was this: that Barack Obama has turned out to be the winner Americans thought they hired in electing him president.”
    &&&&&&&&

    Um, John, you idiot, the whole article you wrote just got done pointing out all of Bill’s implied criticisms of Obama. Then you end it with a 180 degree turn around, that Americans still love Obama, and that he is a winner.

    You are pathetic.

  183. Yes Shadowfax…a great man imo, albeit, like our beloved Bill, has had some political problems from time to time. He is an excerpt from Wikipedia on his early life:

    Early life, military service, education and early public career
    Netanyahu was born in 1949 in Tel Aviv to Zila and professor Benzion Netanyahu, the middle child of three children. He was initially raised and educated in Jerusalem. Between 1956 and 1958, and again in 1963-67,[7] his family lived in the United States in Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, where he attended and graduated from the Cheltenham High School and was active in a debate club. To this day, he speaks English with a Boston accent.[8]

    In 1967, after he graduated from high school, Netanyahu returned to Israel to enlist in the IDF. He served as a combat soldier and a commander in the elite special forces unit of the IDF, Sayeret Matkal. During his military service Netanyahu participated in various operations, including the hostages rescue mission from the hijacked Sabena Flight 572 in May 1972. He was wounded during that operation as a result of another unit member’s bullet emission. In 1972 Netanyahu left the army with the rank of captain.

    After his army service Netanyahu returned to the United States, studied and eventually earned a B.S. degree in architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in 1975, a M.S. degree from the MIT Sloan School of Management in 1977, and studied political science at Harvard University and MIT. At that time he changed his name to Benjamin Ben Nitai (Nitai was the nickname that his father often used to sign his articles).[8] Years later, in an interview with the media, Netanyahu clarified that he decided to do so to make it easier on his environment at the time, which was not fluent in Hebrew, so that they would be able to pronounce his name more easily. This fact has been used by his political rivals to accuse him indirectly of a lack of Israeli national identity and loyalty.[9]

    With the outbreak of the Yom Kippur War in 1973 Netanyahu returned to Israel to participate in the war, joining the IDF forces battling at the Suez Canal and in the Golan Heights. After the war Netanyahu returned to complete his studies in the United States.

    In 1976 Netanyahu lost his older brother Yonatan Netanyahu, who served as the commander of the elite Israeli army commando unit Sayeret Matkal and was killed in action during the counter-terrorism hostage-rescue mission Operation Entebbe in which his unit rescued more than 100 hostages hijacked by Palestinian terrorists and flown to the Entebbe Airport in Uganda.

    While studying, Netanyahu worked at the Boston Consulting Group in Boston, Massachusetts.[10]

    After graduating in 1977 Netanyahu returned to Israel and had a brief career as a furniture company’s chief marketing officer. In addition, between 1978 and 1980 he formed the Jonathan Netanyahu anti-Terror Institute,[7] a non-governmental organization devoted to the study of terrorism, which conducted a number of international conferences about terrorism. During this period Netanyahu made his first connections with several Israeli politicians, including Minister Moshe Arens, who appointed him as his Deputy Chief of Mission at the Israeli Embassy in Washington, D.C., a position he held from 1982 until 1984.

    Between 1984 and 1988, Netanyahu served as the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations.

  184. jbstonesfan
    July 12th, 2010 at 12:29 pm

    Yes Shadowfax…a great man imo, albeit, like our beloved Bill, has had some political problems from time to time. He is an excerpt from Wikipedia on his early life:
    ———-
    Thanks Jbstonesfan
    Now when all of you talk about Bibi, I will think of him as Israel’s Bill.

  185. http://www.talkingsides.com/blogs/2010/07/12/some-dems-not-even-bothering-to-run

    Some Dems Not Even Bothering To Run

    Senator John Thune (R-South Dakota) is running unopposed for a second term and has therefore suspended his campaign. Since the Democrats’ failure to mount even a minimal challenge, Mr. Thune can now focus the time, energy and money he would have spent campaigning on helping other Republicans both in and beyond South Dakota. The popular, conservative senator who has been mentioned as a potential 2012 presidential candidate has already campaigned for Senate candidates in Ohio, Missouri and California and is planning to help the state party with fundraising within South Dakota. (source)

    Meanwhile in Nebraska, former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Lakers has dropped out of the race under the weight of an investigation into his financial dealings and his party isn’t sure if it’s worth it to replace him on the ballot.

    Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning (R) is considering criminal charges against Lakers who reported receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign pledges from people and companies who say they never promised to give any money to his campaign. Lakers has denied any wrongdoing, claiming it was all a misunderstanding but dropped out of the race under pressure from his party.

    Several key Democrats have already rejected the opportunity to take Mr. Lakers’ place on the ballot with one, State Senator Jeremy Nordquist, saying, “If it’s just to have somebody on the ballot, I think it’s a waste of everybody’s time.” (source)

    There is a chance that Nebraska Democrats may nominate a candidate from the floor of their state convention at the end of the month but first they have to find someone who is willing to play the role of sacrificial lamb and challenge Republican Governor Dave Heineman.

    As the future of the Democratic Party gets bleaker with every decision made and speech given by their leadership, is it any wonder it has become difficult to find candidates willing to follow them off the political cliff?

    Senator John Thune (R-South Dakota) is running unopposed for a second term and has therefore suspended his campaign. Since the Democrats’ failure to mount even a minimal challenge, Mr. Thune can now focus the time, energy and money he would have spent campaigning on helping other Republicans both in and beyond South Dakota. The popular, conservative senator who has been mentioned as a potential 2012 presidential candidate has already campaigned for Senate candidates in Ohio, Missouri and California and is planning to help the state party with fundraising within South Dakota.

    Meanwhile in Nebraska, former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Lakers has dropped out of the race under the weight of an investigation into his financial dealings and his party isn’t sure if it’s worth it to replace him on the ballot.

    Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning (R) is considering criminal charges against Lakers who reported receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign pledges from people and companies who say they never promised to give any money to his campaign. Lakers has denied any wrongdoing, claiming it was all a misunderstanding but dropped out of the race under pressure from his party.

    Several key Democrats have already rejected the opportunity to take Mr. Lakers’ place on the ballot with one, State Senator Jeremy Nordquist, saying, “If it’s just to have somebody on the ballot, I think it’s a waste of everybody’s time.” (source)

    There is a chance that Nebraska Democrats may nominate a candidate from the floor of their state convention at the end of the month but first they have to find someone who is willing to play the role of sacrificial lamb and challenge Republican Governor Dave Heineman.

    As the future of the Democratic Party gets bleaker with every decision made and speech given by their leadership, is it any wonder it has become difficult to find candidates willing to follow them off the political cliff?

  186. have been away from the net and TV all weekend…WOW!…still catching up, but WOW!

    …now that’s what we’re talking about!!!…set the narrative re: O and the election he stole with the help of the corrupt Dims…and stir the pot on this story every day…keep adding more info to the story…keep driving the story…keep this story alive…kind of like John Edwards…the MSM can only ignore the story for so long if it is growing and growing…and buzzing and buzzing…

    …FOX should start doing ‘human interest’ interviews from what average Jane and Joes saw and heard at the Caucuses…ordinary, believeable people…kind old ladies…etc

    …and btw…doesn’t even the lame MSM see the hypocrisy in Holder and DOJ going after Arizona…and now threatening that O’s DOJ may also sue Arizona for “racial profiling”

    How does Holder and DOJ get away with going after Arizona for racial profiling, while at the same time, dropping a case they WON against the NBP for voter abuses…

    Are O, Holder and DOJ going to condone ‘racial profiling’ by NBP at voting booths in the future???

    …is our media so stupid and bought off that NONE of the MSM will see the connection and hypocristy…ESPECIALLY if FOX keeps up with exposing what everyone of the MSM already KNOWS went on with O and his thugs vs Hillary voters???

    …we must keep this story alive…write letters to editors, blog, talk about it…etc..the story needs to take on a life of its own so Gibbs and co will be cornered and forced to respond and on notice that they do not get a second chance to pull this next time around…the Dim party MUST BE MADE AWARE that now the greater public KNOWS and is learning about the machinations they pulled and covered up during the primaries to select O…

    …the O admin and Dims needed to be made aware that all eyes are on them from here on out…if FOX were smart, they would start preparing for camera crews to follow around all the NBP and any other thugs during the next election and primaries…

    …the MSM needs to be shamed into doing their job…

    …and i would hope that as O continues to drop in approval and loses probably the House…that the media poll outlets will mercilessly run polls in 2011 to ask dems who they would vote for O or Hillary…resulting in Hillary coming out with high numbers and suddenly O believes he needs to spend more time with his family and young daughters, etc, etc, etc…any bland excuse will do…

  187. I wonder who was the one that actually got Fox to finally show that documentary?
    Was it the producer, or the buzzboyz?

  188. If you want to help spread the video on Fox and Friends, here is a simple copy/paste for ya.

    Posting it multiple times on Drudge might help too. I posted it, and if they are blasted by lots of requests for the video, they may post it.

    For anyone that hasn’t sent info to Drudge, go on their main page, scrowl down, look on the right side of a box saying:

    ‘Send news tips to Drudge’
    Copy and paste in the box.
    Submit button.

    ————- Copy / paste this:

    Evidence – Obama Stole Election Against Hillary Voter Intimidation And Fraud

    As reported on Fox and Friends.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ccbd4DbpS4c&feature=player_embedded

  189. This guy is such an idiot!

    Obama vs. Hillary Clinton in 2012?

    By Scott Galupo
    Posted: July 12, 2010

    Bernie Goldberg, Fox News Channel’s scourge of media bias, floats what he readily concedes is a far-fetched scenario: a Democratic primary challenge of President Obama by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

    He speculates bluntly about the likely political landscape and a potential rehash of 2008’s first-black vs. first-woman offering:

    If things don’t improve, Independents, who switch back and forth from one party to another all the time, will have no trouble abandoning President Obama next time around. Blacks won’t, of course, and that poses a real problem to any challenger. White liberals would never forsake America’s first black president, either—at least not to vote for some other Democrat who looks like Walter Mondale or Michael Dukakis or Al Gore or John Kerry. But Hillary gives them the opportunity to assuage their white liberal guilt—and—bonus!—make history all over again. They can drop the black guy and vote for someone they hope will be the first woman president of the United States and still hang on to their precious liberal credentials.

    This all sounds very provocative, but I’m having trouble imagining what a Hillary in ’12 campaign would actually look like. Goldberg runs down a litany of Obama vulnerabilities beyond today’s rocky economy: He’s soft on terrorists, illegal immigrants, and wants to impose a costly cap-and-trade scheme on the energy industry, etc. Assuredly, these are charges that potential Republican candidates like Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin will make in 2012. But Hillary?

    How, exactly, would Hillary make this Goldberg attack sound plausible?

    When unemployment was at 10 percent and Americans were clamoring for a real jobs program, President Obama was busy pushing through a massive overhaul of our healthcare system, something most Americans did not want. Don’t worry, he told them, over time you’ll like it just fine.

    Gee, Barack, you know I dedicated the lion’s share of my political career to reforming healthcare; you got it done, and even moved my way on the individual mandate! But your timing was lousy. We Democrats and the country would have been better off if you waited.

    Doesn’t compute, does it?

    Goldberg is not, however, crazy to talk of primary battles. When the economy’s lousy, incumbent presidents are inherently vulnerable. It happened to George H.W. Bush, who lost the 1992 New Hampshire primary to an insurgent Pat Buchanan.

    And it happened, of course, to Jimmy Carter. Carter’s management of the economy looked pretty bad in 1980, as Obama’s may in 2012—but, running as he did to Carter’s left, with talk of “restoring the dream of social progress,” the late Sen. Ted Kennedy was misaligned with a national mood that was warming to conservatism.

    It’s not unrealistic to imagine Obama facing a challenge from a moderate Democrat along the lines of an Evan Bayh or a Jim Webb. [See who supports Bayh.]

    But Hillary? I just can’t see it.

    http://politics.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/scott-galupo/2010/07/12/obama-vs-hillary-clinton-in-2012.html

  190. Yes, Bernard Goldberg, We Will Take Your Hillary Bet

    7/12/10

    Fox News commentator and author of multiple liberal-bashing books Bernard Goldberg has provided the latest baseless speculation on the political future of Hillary Clinton today. In a posting on his website entitled “Wanna Bet?,” Goldberg writes:

    I am predicting right here, right now, that Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2012 — yes 2012 — challenging President Obama for their party’s nomination.

    Goldberg spends the majority of the post detailing the many unpopular decisions Obama has made and the sorry state of the economy. Nobody would disagree that President Obama isn’t as popular as he once was or would like to be. But what does that have to do with Hillary? She would allow the liberals to abandon “the black guy” without feeling too bad about it, because she is a woman. Woman or black — neither are white men, and that is the No. 1 priority for liberals.

    If things don’t improve, independents, who switch back and forth from one party to another all the time, will have no trouble abandoning President Obama next time around. Blacks won’t, of course, and that poses a real problem to any challenger. White liberals would never forsake America’s first black president, either — at least not to vote for some other Democrat who looks like Walter Mondale or Michael Dukakis or Al Gore or John Kerry. But Hillary gives them the opportunity to assuage their white liberal guilt — and — bonus! — make history all over again. They can drop the black guy and vote for someone they hope will be the first woman president of the United States and still hang on to their precious liberal credentials.

    Another reason the Democrats won’t abandon Obama for Hillary, aside from his blackness: Eighty one percent of them approve of the job he’s doing. And a contentious primary between the two would fatally damage the victor and tear the party apart. And Hillary has never come close to indicating that she’d be up for it. And no president has tried and failed to win renomination by his party since Chester A. Arthur in 1884. And Hillary isn’t crazy. So yes, name a dollar amount, and we will take your bet.

    http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2010/07/yes_bernie_goldberg_we_would_l.html

  191. Shadowfax
    July 12th, 2010 at 2:06 pm

    Comments over at Gretawire on the caucus fraud:

    ————
    Thanks for the link. Maybe if there is enough interest, Greta will get involved.

  192. S said:
    and i would hope that as O continues to drop in approval and loses probably the House…that the media poll outlets will mercilessly run polls in 2011 to ask dems who they would vote for O or Hillary…resulting in Hillary coming out with high numbers

    ===================

    We can’t expect the media to do this. BUT — what does it actually cost to hire a poll done?

    We could use cheap little polling companies for starts if necessary. Of course the media would ignore the results or twist the interpretation. But with a new poll coming out every week, maybe from a new company — eventually the drumbeat would get noticed.

    I’d like to see “Who would you prefer as president: McCain, Palin, Obama, Hillary”? Jump past the primary challenge issue, and show who beats the GOP.

  193. ANOTHER GROUP JOINS THE “I REGRET SUPPORTING OBAMA” 12 STEP GROUP: TEACHERS

    From July 4th, but still useful.

    nytimes.com/2010/07/05/education/05teachers.html

    Teachers’ Union Shuns Obama Aides at Convention
    ==========================================

    By SAM DILLON
    Published: July 4, 2010

    NEW ORLEANS — For two years as a presidential candidate, Barack Obama addressed educators gathered for the summer conventions of the two national teachers’ unions, and last year both groups rolled out the welcome mat for Education Secretary Arne Duncan.

    But in a sign of the Obama administration’s strained relations with two of its most powerful political allies, no federal official was scheduled to speak at either convention this month, partly because union officials feared that administration speakers would face heckling.

    The largest union’s meeting opened here on Saturday to a drumbeat of heated rhetoric, with several speakers calling for Mr. Duncan’s resignation, hooting delegates voting for a resolution criticizing federal programs for “undermining public education,” and the union’s president summing up 18 months of Obama education policies by saying, “This is not the change I hoped for.”

    “Today our members face the most anti-educator, anti-union, anti-student environment I have ever experienced,” Dennis Van Roekel, president of the union, the National Education Association, told thousands of members gathered at the convention center here.

    President Obama and Mr. Duncan have supported historic increases in school financing to stave off teacher layoffs while seeking to shake up public education with support for charter schools, the dismissal of ineffective teachers as a way of turning around failing schools, and other policies. That agenda has spurred fast-paced changes, including adoption of new teacher evaluation systems in many states and school districts, often with the collaboration of teachers’ unions.

    But it has also angered many teachers, who say they are being blamed for all the problems in public schools.

    In a telephone interview, Mr. Duncan played down the tensions. “I have great respect for the leadership of both unions,” he said. “We’re trying to push a lot of change, and we’ve seen extraordinary breakthroughs in the last 18 months. But we won’t agree on every issue.”

    He noted the considerable range of views among union leaders nationwide. “Some state and local unions are very thoughtful and progressive and are embracing innovation,” he said. “Others are more entrenched in the status quo.”

    Still, administration officials are concerned about the souring relations, and have been working to ease tempers, partly by emphasizing what they consider to be positive leadership by teachers’ unions in some regions.

    “The administration is aware of the anger and wants to do whatever they can to cool it off, including getting third parties to issue words of praise for the unions when warranted,” said Chester E. Finn Jr., a Republican who last month used his influential education blog, Flypaper, to highlight the forward-looking positions taken by union leaders in Delaware, Tennessee and six other states. Mr. Finn said he decided to write the post after an administration official pointed out how many local unions had helped lead overhaul efforts.

    Better relations are important to the administration. Mr. Van Roekel’s association, with more than three million members, says it spent $50 million in 2008 to help elect the president and more than 50 candidates for Congress and governors’ offices, most of them Democrats.

    The American Federation of Teachers, with 1.4 million members, also spent millions of dollars to help elect Mr. Obama and other candidates in 2008.

    “If the teachers sit on their hands this fall, it would be a disaster for Obama and the Democrats,” said Richard D. Kahlenberg, a senior fellow at the Century Foundation who has studied the teachers’ unions.

    In a skirmish last week over federal education financing, the administration and the teachers’ unions were bitterly at odds. Last year, Congress approved $100 billion in education stimulus funds, about half of it to help states avoid school layoffs.

    With that money now running out, House Democrats proposed spending $10 billion more to shore up school district budgets, paying for it, in part, with $800 million in cuts to Race to the Top and two other competitive grant programs Mr. Duncan created to spur his initiatives. Mr. Duncan and the White House supported the $10 billion in new spending, but objected to trimming the grant programs, infuriating union leaders.

    “For the Department of Education to say, ‘Everybody else has to sacrifice, but our pet programs must be spared’— that makes me so angry I don’t even know how to say it,” said Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, which has often been more supportive of administration initiatives than the National Education Association .

    E-mail messages pleading for the jobs measure rained down on Congress from thousands of union teachers, and despite a veto threat by the White House, Democrats in the House voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to create the $10 billion school jobs fund and to trim Mr. Duncan’s grant programs. The bill must be reworked by the Senate. On Friday, Mr. Duncan shrugged off what appeared to be an administration setback, expressing confidence that lawmakers would eventually find a way to spare Race to the Top.

    One group that helped the administration defend Race to the Top was the New Teacher Project, a nonprofit that has pressed for changes in the way teachers are evaluated. Timothy Daly, its president, said the angry rhetoric from union leaders now was less important than the long-term changes the administration has begun to coax from them.

    “Sometimes union leaders need to show their members that they are vociferously pushing back,” Mr. Daly said. “But in several areas of the country the unions have come quite a distance.”

    As examples of what he called innovations that unions have recently supported, Mr. Daly pointed to a “revolutionary” new contract for teachers in Washington, D.C., a far-reaching state law overhauling teacher tenure passed in Colorado with Ms. Weingarten’s support, and a new contract in New Haven, under which tenured teachers who are ruled ineffective and do not improve may be fired.

    “Teachers are like anybody else, we don’t want to make changes,” said David Cicarella, president of the New Haven Federation of Teachers, who helped negotiate that contract. “But those days are over. The public is sick of hearing that an ineffective teacher has tenure, that you can’t touch them.”

    Here in New Orleans, many state and local teachers’ union leaders have expressed ambivalent views on the Obama administration.

    “We have to recognize that with Obama we have a voice in the decision-making, they listen to us,” said Earl Wiman, president of the Tennessee Education Association. But he added, “Mostly what we’ve seen out of this administration is a top-down, put-your-thumb-on-somebody kind of philosophy, and it’s aroused more frustration around federal education policy than I’ve ever seen.”

  194. Turndownobama
    July 11th, 2010 at 2:21 pm

    Switching registration made a good gesture in summer 2008, but maybe it’s time to quietly re-register where we can have at least some voice in such “Dem Party” decisions. (And vote in Dem primaries/caucuses.)
    ____________________________________________________

    I’m still an Independent. The Dems in this town are so West Coast nutty these days, I’m ready to pull my hair out. For example, I’m on my way to work the other morning and some asshole in a smart car dodges in front of me- cutting me off. He then jams on his brakes in order to pull into a spot in front of Starbucks. His rear window is covered in those BS “COEXIST” and Obama. I’m no pushover for getting cutoff but combined with the douchey car and those stickers, I seriously thought about getting out of my minivan and beating his weinie ass. Had I not had my husband there, I would have.

    No way in hell I am going back to the party of douchiness unless HRC is the nominee in 2012.

  195. More Dem voting irregularities reported by Fox. Getting to be a habit.

    Felons Voting Illegally May Have Put Franken Over the Top in Minnesota, Study Finds
    The six-month election recount that turned former “Saturday Night Live” comedian Al Franken into a U.S. senator may have been decided by convicted felons who voted illegally in Minnesota’s Twin Cities.
    That’s the finding of an 18-month study conducted by Minnesota Majority, a conservative watchdog group, which found that at least 341 convicted felons in largely Democratic Minneapolis-St. Paul voted illegally in the 2008 Senate race between Franken, a Democrat, and his Republican opponent, then-incumbent Sen. Norm Coleman.
    h t t p://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/07/12/felons-voting-illegally-franken-minnesota-study-finds/

  196. Bolden thrown under the bus. WH denies Zero made the Muslim outreach comments to him…..

    news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100712/ap_on_go_pr_wh/us_nasa_muslims_1

  197. THEME SONG FOR AN OBAMA SUPPORTER
    (Musical Score of Oh Mein Papa)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdytNGt3fD8&feature=related

    I.THE MESSIAH
    Barack O-ba-ma, to me he is adorable
    Barack O-ba-ma, the Savior of our world
    Barack O-ba-ma, will make the Red Sea waters part
    Barack O-ba-ma, soon he will rule the world

    II.THE GOSPEL
    Racists may say, that snake oil swill is all he sells
    But that is a lie, he only speaks what’s true
    Like America is bad, and must atone for all its sins
    We need Sharia Law, and he will lead the coup (d etat)

    III.THE WAY
    Barack O-ba-ma, through caucus fraud he stole the vote
    Barack O-ba-ma, he does what Soros says
    Racists may claim, he never ran a hotdog stand
    But that is a lie, drunk Ted said yes he could

    IV.THE ORDEAL
    Barack O-ba-ma, they blame him now for Bush’s sins
    Like disaster in the Gulf, as border chaos grows
    But Barack has his friends- ACORN, SEIU and me of course
    And we plan to crush, all infidels and foes!

    V.THE RULER OF THE WORLD
    As we prepare, for scorched earth war in 3 short months (and 2012)
    We look to King Shabaaz, Bill Ayers and Frankie Plough
    To media whores, at CNN, and MSNBC (like Todd, Modo, Maddog)
    To smite down our foes, so Barack can RULE THE WORLD!

    Wir Werden weiter marschieren ——————We shall keep marching
    Wenn alles in Scherben fält———————– Even if everything breaks into framents
    Denn heute gëhort uns Deutschland————–For today Germany belongs to us
    Und morgen die ganze Welt———————–And tomorrow the whole world.

  198. OBAMA’S STRATEGY FOR LEADING THE DEMOCRATS….OFF THE CLIFF

    nytimes.com/2010/07/12/us/politics/12governors.html?_r=1&hp

    Governors Voice Grave Concerns on Immigration
    ===================================

    By ABBY GOODNOUGH
    Published: July 11, 2010

    BOSTON — In a private meeting with White House officials this weekend, Democratic governors voiced deep anxiety about the Obama administration’s suit against Arizona’s new immigration law, worrying that it could cost a vulnerable Democratic Party in the fall elections.

    While the weak economy dominated the official agenda at the summer meeting here of the National Governors Association, concern over immigration policy pervaded the closed-door session between Democratic governors and White House officials and simmered throughout the three-day event.

    At the Democrats’ meeting on Saturday, some governors bemoaned the timing of the Justice Department lawsuit, according to two governors who spoke anonymously because the discussion was private.

    “Universally the governors are saying, ‘We’ve got to talk about jobs,’ ” Gov. Phil Bredesen of Tennessee, a Democrat, said in an interview. “And all of a sudden we have immigration going on.”

    He added, “It is such a toxic subject, such an important time for Democrats.”

    The administration seemed to be taking a carrot-and-stick approach on Sunday. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, in town to give the governors a classified national security briefing, met one-on-one with Jan Brewer, the Republican who succeeded her as governor of Arizona and ardently supports the immigration law.

    About the same time as that meeting, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said on a taped Sunday talk show that the Justice Department could bring yet another lawsuit against Arizona if there is evidence that the immigration law leads to racial profiling.

    Ms. Brewer said she and Ms. Napolitano did not discuss the current lawsuit. Instead, in a conversation she described as cordial, they discussed Arizona’s request for more National Guard troops along the border with Mexico, as well as other resources.

    The Democrats’ meeting provided a window on tensions between the White House and states over the suit, which the Justice Department filed last week in federal court in Phoenix. Nineteen Democratic governors are either leaving office or seeking re-election this year, and Republicans see those seats as crucial to swaying the 2012 presidential race.

    The Arizona law — which Ms. Brewer signed in April and which, barring an injunction, takes effect July 29 — makes it a state crime to be an illegal immigrant there. It also requires police officers to determine the immigration status of people they stop for other offenses if there is a “reasonable suspicion” that they might be illegal immigrants.

    The lawsuit contends that controlling immigration is a federal responsibility, but polls suggest that a majority of Americans support the Arizona law, or at least the concept of a state having a strong role in immigration enforcement.

    Republican governors at the Boston meeting were also critical of the lawsuit, saying it infringed on states’ rights and rallying around Ms. Brewer, whose presence spurred a raucous protest around the downtown hotel where the governors gathered.

    “I’d be willing to bet a lot of money that almost every state in America next January is going to see a bill similar to Arizona’s,” said Gov. Dave Heineman of Nebraska, a Republican seeking re-election.

    But the unease of Democratic governors, seven of whom are seeking re-election this year, was more striking.

    “I might have chosen both a different tack and a different time,” said Gov. Bill Ritter Jr. of Colorado, a Democrat who was facing a tough fight for re-election and pulled out of the race earlier this year. “This is an issue that divides us politically, and I’m hopeful that their strategy doesn’t do that in a way that makes it more difficult for candidates to get elected, particularly in the West.”

    The White House would not directly respond to reports of complaints from some Democratic governors.

    But David Axelrod, the president’s senior adviser, said on Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” that the president remained committed to passing an immigration overhaul, and that addressing the issue did not mean he was ignoring the economy.

    “That doesn’t mean we can’t have a good, healthy debate about the economy and other issues,” Mr. Axelrod said.

    Mr. Obama addressed the economy last week during stops in Kansas City and Las Vegas, and has been calling on Congress to offer additional tax relief to small businesses.

    And the heads of Mr. Obama’s national debt commission — Alan K. Simpson and Erskine B. Bowles — were on hand here on Sunday to press the economic issue.

    The nation’s total federal debt next year is expected to exceed $14 trillion, and Mr. Simpson, a former Republican senator from Wyoming, and Mr. Bowles, a Democrat and the White House chief of staff under President Bill Clinton, offered a gloomy assessment if spending is not brought under control even more.

    “This debt is like a cancer,” Mr. Bowles said. “It is truly going to destroy the country from within.”

    Still, the issue of immigration commanded as much attention as anything here this weekend.

    Ms. Brewer, who was trailed by television cameras all weekend, called the lawsuit “outrageous” and said the state was receiving donations from around the country to help fight it.

    “I think Arizona will win,” she said, “and we will take a position for all of America.”

    Immigration was not the only topic at the Saturday meeting between Democratic governors and two White House officials — Patrick Gaspard, Mr. Obama’s political director, and Cecilia Munoz, director of intergovernmental affairs. But several governors, including Christine Gregoire of Washington, said it was a particularly heated issue.

    Ms. Gregoire, who does not face an election this year, said the White House was doing a poor job of showing the American public that it was working on the problem of illegal immigration.

    “They described for me a list of things that they are doing to try and help on that border,” Ms. Gregoire said of the White House officials at the closed-door meeting. “And I said, ‘The public doesn’t know that.’ ”

    She added, “We’ve got a message void, and the only thing we’re hearing is that they’re filing a lawsuit.”

    Some Democrats also joined Republicans in calling for Congress to pass an immigration policy overhaul this year.

    “There are 535 members of Congress,” said Gov. Brian Schweitzer of Montana, a Democrat. “Certainly somebody back there can chew gum and hold the basketball at the same time. This is not an either-or.”

    Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico praised the Justice Department’s lawsuit, saying his fellow Democrats’ concerns were “misguided.”

    “Policy-wise it makes sense,” said Mr. Richardson, who is Hispanic and who leaves office this year on term limits, “and Obama is popular with Hispanic voters and this is going to be a popular move with them nationally.”

    Gov. Martin O’Malley of Maryland — a Democrat who voiced apprehension about the lawsuit in the private meeting, according to the two governors who requested anonymity — said in an interview that he supported it.

    “The president doesn’t have control over some of the timing of things that happen,” Mr. O’Malley said. “When those things arise, you can’t be too precious about what’s in it for your own personal political timing or even your party’s timing. When matters like this arise, I think the president has to take a principled stand.”

    But Mr. Bredesen said that in Tennessee, where the governor’s race will be tight this year, Democratic candidates were already on the defensive about the federal health care overhaul, and the suit against Arizona further weakened them. In Tennessee, he said, Democratic candidates are already “disavowing” the immigration lawsuit.

    “Maybe you do that when you’re strong,” he said of the suit, “and not when there’s an election looming out there.”

    Mr. Ritter of Colorado said he wished the Justice Department had waited to sue Arizona until after the law went into effect, to give the public a chance to see how difficult it would be to enforce.

    “It’s just an easier case to make,” he said. “I just think that law enforcement officers are going to have a terribly difficult time applying this law in a constitutional way.”

  199. LeBRON AND THE “RACISM” (ahem) ISSUE

    Hmmmm, sounds familiar? Jesse Jackson just had to go there…

    sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=Aje71kfk84fxFsSM9WTpvV.8vLYF?slug=ap-gilbert-jessejackson

    Jesse Jackson faults Cavs owner’s LeBron comments
    =======================================

    CHICAGO (AP)—Jesse Jackson criticized Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert on Sunday, saying Gilbert sees LeBron James(notes) as a “runaway slave” and that the owner’s comments after the free-agent forward decided to join the Miami Heat put the player in danger.

    Shortly after James announced his decision last week, Gilbert fired off an incendiary letter to Cleveland’s fans, ripping the 25-year-old and promising to deliver a title before James wins one. He called James’ decision “cowardly” and later told The Associated Press he believes James quit during a handful of Cavaliers playoff games.

    “He has gotten a free pass,” Gilbert told the AP in a phone interview late Thursday night. “People have covered up for (James) for way too long. Tonight we saw who he really is.”

    Jackson said Gilbert’s comments were “mean, arrogant and presumptuous.”

    “He speaks as an owner of LeBron and not the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers,” the reverend said in a release from his Chicago-based civil rights group, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition. “His feelings of betrayal personify a slave master mentality. He sees LeBron as a runaway slave. This is an owner employee relationship—between business partners—and LeBron honored his contract.”

    Messages were left Sunday night seeking comment from Gilbert, the Cavaliers and James.

    Jackson also called Gilbert’s comments an attack on all NBA players and said the owner should face a “challenge” from the league and the players’ association.

    NBA spokesman Tim Frank declined comment.

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