Skip to comments.Tennessee Dem Suggests Obama May Be "Terrorist Connected"
Posted on 06/13/2008 4:39:29 PM PDT by tnvol01
Proving just how important Barack Obamas new rumor-busting Web site could be, a Tennessee Democratic Party member told a local newspaper that the presumptive nominee of his party may be terrorist connected.
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“That’s not the Tennessee Democratic Party I knew.” - BHO
“This isn’t the Bill Ayers I knew.”
Being the skeptic that I am, I’m starting to believe that Obama’s “new rumor-busting site” is where these rumors start. The same people who start the rumors quickly de-bunk them in an effort to immunize their boy against anything that might come down the pike. Typical Commie tactics.
A gaffe is when a politician tells the truth.
It’s nice to hear other democrats put the country ahead of their political party. This is something the democrats never do and it’s dangerous for the country. The democrats should have thoroughly vetted Berry a long time before they hitched their wagon to his train.
That's beyond the pale. He's no more than a sympathizer.
I would not doubt it.
well, who is it?
I’m surprised that a leading Democrat would say this out loud.
The money quote is the "terrorist" comment, but this is the quote that's scares the Obama "lightworkers" and the DNC moonbat cave to no end
"I dont exactly approve of a lot of the things he stands for" is bluedog democrat speaking out
And the problem with that statement is?
Did Bill Ayers not launch Obama’s political career?
And is the same Ayers not a terrorist who bombed the Capitol building?
I bet BHO strongly denies this one.
Interesting take on it. You may be right. Through his contacts with ACORN and other Chicago leftist pressure groups, Obama was schooled in the tactics of Saul Alinsky, who was one of the cleverest, wiliest, nastiest and most vicious Marxists ever. BO is not very bright and knows nothing about anything: except politics. He learned his lessons well.
A leftist attached to terrorists? How can that be?
Texas has also had that situation in the past, but I think more recently they've had only one party.
You find out these things when they come in asking for postage refunds after a campaign ~ first, before any refunds can be made (usually from unused advanced deposits), it is necessary to find out which party deposited it and which party is asking for the refund.
Democrats can be expected to lie about anything.
Obama's naivety is showing, the best thing to do with unfounded rumors is to ignore them. By having his website, he just repeats them.
This is one of the many reasons I don't fear him being elected. Either he's too dumb to be, or he has zero chance of governing if McCain does a worse job of getting elected.
This guy is shortly going to be kicked out of the DimParty.
“well, who is it?”
Well, for starters, Bill Ayers and Bernadette Dohrn. But if want other than homegrown terrorists then, for starters, this link should help.
It’s TN, so “which” DEM party?
thanks.. I went there and found the answer
boy, that sure was the truth!!!!!! I guess you are referring to Alexander and Corker?
Let's put it this way ~ the Alexander's have two parties. Only one Democrat party has any Alexanders! Then there's the Democrat party for the folks in West Tennessee who don't belong to the KKK anymore (would look funny to all those black members ya' know).
They actually have maintained separate corporate identities over the years. No idea how they pick their National Committeeman/woman. Gotta' be some blood flowing when that happens.
interesting...I live here and ever realized
Obama’s Gestapo will shut him up.
Some states have numerous party organizations at the Congressional district level that are quite strong can be found trying to loot Senatorial campaign coffers, but I never ran into anything like Tennessee, and for a while Texas.
The two divisions are quite distinct.
Don't rule out the possibility that this is an opening salvo in a new HRC ploy to try to draw 'Rat delegate support from Obama going into the convention, and to make a big scene in Denver. In other words, it may not be over 'til it's over.
You are so very right with your post #6. That is exactly what the Obama campaign is doing and it is very obvious.
The campaign may just get away with this tactic, if they do, we are screwed.
Well people are always calling him “Osama.”
Well people are always calling him “Osama.”
“the presumptive nominee of his party may be terrorist connected.
Our gal Nancy is going to slap the snot out of this Jackass.
It's not just Obama. The whole Dhimmi Party is allied with terrorists. They've even endorsed the jihadists' favorite punishment--decapitation.
I understand that and you understand that - but the general public remains hoodwinked about the aggressiveness of Islam and how THEIR rules allow them to lie all they want so long as it isn’t directed at a fellow cultist. “So only one tenth harbors such aggression...isn’t it the government’s job to protect us?”
That one always cracks me up. I think we should install McCain and have those Goat Boy guards with shock prods around him until he leaves office. Better that than the two competing Alinskis.
With what has been flying around lately, I've been thinking the same thing myself for a while. Who benefits from this? Obama will.
Won't be too long before the Obama camp will be able to sneer at any rumor. No one will believe the ones that are true, the public having been desensitized by the constant stream of outrageous stuff.
Appears as though the GOP channeled this racist smear via Hobbs. See below.
Update: Wade Munday, the flack for the Tennessee Democratic Party, blames Fred Hobbs’ casual racism on—wait for it—Republicans. Here’s his statement:
The Tennessee Democratic Party is united behind our partys nominee, Senator Barack Obama. Mr. Hobbs is obviously misinformed, and his statement highlights the perpetual efforts of the Republican Party, especially here in Tennessee, to turn internet smears and highly offensive gossip into their partys message against Senator Barack Obama as we head into the General Election. Instead of debating the issues, the Tennessee Republican Party continues to rely upon slanderous and salacious tall tales. They are borrowing from the playbook first written by Richard Nixon and employed in the race against Congressman Harold Ford Jr. Tennesseans of every political persuasion are tired of these tactics.
Where’s the Rove Weather Machine these days?
There are a lot of states (TN included) that are going to go for McCain in a major way. My guess is McCain wins TN & KY for example by 15-20 points. He won’t even show up in those states just like the primaries.
Lincoln Davis wants to be Governor of TN in 2010 and he knows Obama is going to lose this state — in fact, if McCain wins, Davis, if he gets the nomination, will have an excellent shot at succeeding Bredesen — but if Obama is President, Republicans will make considerable gains in 2010 and Davis will lose. Junior Ford may run against Davis for the office in 2010, so that is going to be a potentially ugly primary.
While suturing a cut on the hand of a 75 year old Texas rancher, whose hand was caught in a gate while working cattle, the doctor struck up a conversation with the old man.
Eventually the topic got around to Obama and his bid to be our President.
The old rancher said, 'Well, ya know, Obama is a 'post turtle'."
Not being familiar with the term, the doctor asked him, "what's a 'post turtle'? The old rancher replied, "When you're driving down a country road and you come across a fence post with a turtle balanced on top, that's a 'post turtle'."
The old rancher saw a puzzled look on the doctor's face, so he continued to explain.
"You know he didn't get up there by himself, he doesn't belong up there, he doesn't know what to do while he is up there, and you just wonder what kind of a dumb ass put him up there!."