Skip to comments.Game Changing--Soros Style
Posted on 04/14/2010 11:06:53 AM PDT by jazminerose
It must be really swell to be a journalist; you can name your book after one of the years most tired catch phrases and be free from the hardship of having to identify the sources of your facts. Game Change, by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin purports to present the parallel stories inside the campaigns during the 2008 election. The authors declined to share their sources for all of this detailed insider information.
Apparently, being a journalist also confers psychic powersHeilemann and Halperin often were able to read minds:
She [Hillary] was like Cassandra, convinced she could see the future, filled with angst that no one believed her. (Pg. 231).
Mark Halperin is senior political analyst for Time. What youve not heard in the media is that Mark Halperin is also the red diaper brat son of Morton Halperin, currently senior advisor to the Open Society Institute (OSI).
The senior Halperin is an outspoken advocate of American nuclear disarmament :
(Excerpt) Read more at joytiz.com ...
Halperin, as Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) office in Washington, defended the right of the The Progressive magazine to publish details on how to construct an atomic bomb.
He was friends with Daniel Ellsberg and some have speculated he had a hand in leaking the Pentagon Papers.
In short, pretty far left of mainstream America.
The treasocrats feel embolden now.