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  • Are the News Media Scared of ACORN

    09/19/2009 4:10:32 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 25 replies · 1,204+ views ^ | September 18, 2009 | Floyd Brown
    Is ACORN Intentionally Structured As a Criminal Enterprise?" is the title of a July 2009 U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform report by Congressman Darrell Issa. The report draws some shocking conclusions: "The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now has repeatedly and deliberately engaged in systemic fraud. Both structurally and operationally, ACORN hides behind a paper wall of nonprofit corporate protections to conceal a criminal conspiracy on the part of its directors..." It is a shocking statement to absorb: "to conceal a criminal conspiracy." Yet you won't see this on your TV unless you happen to be...
  • Howard Dean Brain Farts, Admits Democrats Are Afraid Of Trial Lawyers

    08/27/2009 12:31:56 PM PDT · by sdkruiser · 2 replies · 415+ views
    Stephen Kruiser ^ | 08/27/09 | Stephen Kruiser
    Looks like I'm not the only one who wonders why tort reform isn't at least part of the Teddy's Dead Health Care bill. First, enjoy the hypocritical Democrat congressturd asking his constituent for ID before he'll answer the question. When the question is finally asked, Rep. Braindead punts to Howard Dean. Dean is, of course, Crazy Joe Biden Lite. The brain farts come at a pace that make it seem as if his synapses were packed with garlic. As is the case with Biden, when he speaks about his own party the powers that be get ulcers because the mouth...
  • Mayor Bloomberg Afraid of 200-Year-Old Rifle

    08/11/2009 10:17:28 AM PDT · by Mobile Vulgus · 20 replies · 1,088+ views
    Publius Forum ^ | 08/11/09 | Warner Todd Huston
    New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg has repeatedly proven that he hates the U.S. Constitution and that he feels that he a right to harass any citizen he pleases -- even ones that have broken no laws. But now he has also shown his lack of manhood because it has been revealed that Bloomberg is afraid of a 200-year-old style of rifle called a flintlock, the style that helped the founders defeat Mad King George in the Revolutionary War. The ancient shooter has Bloomie hiding under his sheets at night. Mad King Bloomie has initiated a harassment campaign against Michael...
  • Birthers And Bloviators Scaring America

    08/11/2009 10:28:38 AM PDT · by steve-b · 40 replies · 1,742+ views
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer ^ | 8/9/09 | David Horsey
    Is it the echo effect of the Internet or are there more paranoid, delusional Americans than there used to be? Certainly, the USA is not the only country with an abundant crop of crackpots and conspiracy theorists. Just look at the Arab world where vast numbers of people are convinced the 9/11 attacks were perpetrated by Zionists and the CIA and not a few are also certain the Holocaust is a hoax. And it is not a phenomenon limited by race or ideology. Two cases in point: 1) The many African Americans who believe crack cocaine and AIDS were whipped...
  • Dems Fear Town Hall Meetings

    08/07/2009 10:23:34 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 43 replies · 2,134+ views
    Human Events ^ | 8-7-09 | Allen West
    Dems Fear Town Hall Meetings by Allen West 08/07/2009 We are witnessing something really disturbing in America. Our Congressional members -- coming home to enjoy their taxpayer funded recess -- are facing angry constituents at town meetings. These people -- most of whom are voicing concerns we all feel about the economy and what the Democrats are doing to it -- want the congress to rein itself in. But instead of listening and understanding the constituents’ concerns, some congressmen and the Obama White House are condemning the voters and saying that they’re just shills for Republican groups. On Wednesday Congressman...
  • ‘jOker’: When the Left’s Scared They Scream ‘Racist’

    08/04/2009 7:08:35 PM PDT · by tobyhill · 62 replies · 2,264+ views
    big hollywood ^ | 8/4/2009 | John Nolte
    Naturally those who enjoyed (and created) all the “art” and pop culture used to demonize and dehumanize George W. Bush (whoops!) are now crying “racism” with the turning of the tables. They’re worried, and this hollow cry is all they got because who knows better the power of this kind of imagery than those who have been using it for decades to further their goals of enslaving entire populations under the cruel yoke of Big Government. Yesterday, when the “L.A. Weekly” went all crybaby over the Obama-Joker poster, they must have known that they themselves had published a cover portraying...
  • Anti-Obama fringe scarier than ever [Zogby calls conservatives bigots] [barf]

    07/30/2009 1:38:07 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 31 replies · 1,197+ views
    The National (Abu Dhabi) ^ | 2009-07-30 | James Zogby
    The unique persona and biography of Barack Obama generated excitement in the 2008 presidential contest. It also provoked bigotry and fear – that were manifested in ways large and small. That frightening scene where an older and disoriented woman told John McCain that she could not support Mr Obama because, in her words, “he’s an Arab”; the buttons “For McCain, Against Hussein”; and signs carried by Sarah Palin supporters using her name as an acronym for “Sane Americans ‘R’ Against Hussein”; and the lawsuit challenging Mr Obama’s right to run for president, arguing he was not a native-born American. The...
  • Liberal media criticize Palin because they fear her

    07/18/2009 2:09:00 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 12 replies · 844+ views
    The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette ^ | July 18, 2009 | Dean Kruse
    Recently, the New York Times has provided major space in its liberal newspaper attempting to form the image of Sarah Palin as insignificant. If it is correct in that observation, then why should the New York Times and other major liberal newspapers and media outlets provide space to slam Palin on many different issues? One of the most used attacks is that she has little experience in government leadership. Well, look at our current president and the experience he had in the executive area of government – none. Did you hear anything about his total inexperience and on-the-job training? No....
  • Jackie Mason: Palin's critics runnin' scared

    07/16/2009 6:39:01 PM PDT · by rvoitier · 43 replies · 2,149+ views
    Damn Right, Jackie!
  • The Left, They Be Scared

    06/11/2009 10:55:29 PM PDT · by antonia · 18 replies · 2,070+ views ^ | June 11, 2009 | Dr. Melissa Clouthier
    It might be a little early to state unequivocally, but I’m tentatively going to say that yesterday, the worm turned. The last couple of weeks has been very revealing. The political and media class are in a lather and the people at home are watching. What are they seeing? Crazy people killing. While those of us blogging and the media types are ferreting who is doing the killing and why, the people who have lives are just noting that a lot of crazies are killing. They’re also noticing that normal groups of people are being tagged and blamed for what...
  • Democrats: CIA is out to get us

    05/12/2009 4:20:49 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 130 replies · 5,283+ views
    Democrats: CIA is out to get us By: Manu Raju May 12, 2009 06:28 PM EST Democrats charged Tuesday that the CIA has released documents about congressional briefings on harsh interrogation techniques in order to deflect attention and blame away from itself. “I think there is so much embarrassment in some quarters [of the CIA] that people are going to try to shift some of the responsibility to others — that’s what I think,” said Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.), who sat on the Senate Intelligence Committee and was briefed on interrogation techniques five times between 2006 and 2007. Illinois Sen....
  • The left's fear of firearms

    04/25/2009 8:39:17 AM PDT · by 2nd amendment mama · 44 replies · 2,000+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 4/23/2009 | Phil Elmore
    With a socialist and would-be totalitarian in the White House and a Democrat majority in Congress, the forces of popular culture are marshaling, eager to accomplish several long-term socio-political goals that now appear to be within their reach. Among these goals are the restriction and elimination of technology that makes it easier for those Americans who dissent to do so. This includes the silencing of "right-wing talk radio" by infringing on free speech through the establishment of the euphemistically named "fairness doctrine," not to mention various schemes to restrict, monitor, or otherwise control the Internet (up to and including shutting...
  • Axelrod comment that tea parties are 'unhealthy' stokes militia fears

    04/19/2009 5:51:11 PM PDT · by tobyhill · 92 replies · 2,473+ views
    csm ^ | 4/19/2009 | Mark Sappenfield
    The nationwide angst about – and within – the so-called "tea party" movement continues to gather pace. On the Sunday morning talk show, "Face the Nation," a senior adviser to President Obama, David Axelrod, said the tea parties organized April 15 to protest massive government spending could "mutate into something that's unhealthy." The comment was immediately decried by elements of the blogosphere as an attempt to tar tea parties by inference – hinting that they are breeding grounds for the kind of antigovernment activity that led to the Oklahoma City bombings. Say Anything, A North Dakota political blog, commented: "'Mutate...
  • MALKIN: 'Right-wing extremism' alarm

    04/16/2009 4:01:28 AM PDT · by Scanian · 20 replies · 1,370+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | April 16, 2009 | Michelle Malkin
    What and who exactly are President Obama's homeland-security officials afraid of these days? If you are a member of an active conservative group that opposes abortion, favors strict immigration enforcement, lobbies to protect Second Amendment rights, protests big government, advocates federalism or represents veterans who believe in any of the above, the answer is - you. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has turned her attention away from acts of Islamic jihad on American soil (which she now refers to as "man-caused disasters"). Instead, her department is sounding the alarm over an unquantified "resurgence" in "right-wing extremism activity." On...
  • Rush Limbaugh: Frightened Liberals Sling Mud at Grassroots Tea Party Movement

    04/15/2009 11:53:42 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies · 1,344+ views
    EIB Network ^ | April 15, 2009 | Rush Limbaugh
    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: You know, I need to have direct access to the White House. I need an e-mail address. I could just send 'em an e-mail, "Okay, I'm on the air, it's time to send the president out." Second day in a row, Obama, big, major speech when this program starts. This is not coincidence. Obama talking about taxes, simplifying the tax code. A bunch of BS. Greetings, my friends, and welcome. It's Rush Limbaugh, and this is the Excellence in Broadcasting Network. Great to have you here. Telephone number if you want to join us today, 800-282-2882. The...
  • Left fears right will coalesce, leaders will emerge from tea parties (they know GOP is theirs)

    04/14/2009 4:12:35 AM PDT · by prismsinc · 71 replies · 1,462+ views
    Vanity | 04-13-09 | Me
    Listening to talk radio, like all of you, I listen for insight. This is one aspect that I haven't heard mentioned. We know the left doesn't want us to successfully pull off civil tea party protests. What these groups are doing there is looking for future conservative leaders. They're looking for targets. They're looking for Palin or Reagan. They want to stop any emerging leader from blossoming at these tea parties. Alinsky 13. They fear us doing this, because they know the GOP is not our party right now. They know they've infected the Republican party, and therefore we don't...
  • Why would any politician be worried about the "Tea Parties"?

    04/06/2009 1:20:16 PM PDT · by lonewacko_dot_com · 103 replies · 2,666+ views
    24AheadDotCom ^ | 4/6/09 | 24AheadDotCom
    The "tea parties" will never have any sort of impact for various reasons. One of the major reasons is that they aren't a threat to any politician's power. For example, a recent "party" on Long Island drew 300 people. However, that's a deep blue district; in the last election, the Dem won with over 100,000 votes: 70% of all votes cast. The number of people who turned out for the "party" represents just 0.2% of all who voted. Street protests rely on numbers to have an impact; all 0.2% does is show that Dem Rep. how weak his opposition is....
  • Is the Left afraid of Sarah Palin?

    03/27/2009 11:24:24 AM PDT · by Selkirk · 32 replies · 1,014+ views
    Political Castaway ^ | 3/27/2009 | The Castaways
    You betcha, they are. Although early polling seems to demonstrate that Sarah doesn't have much of a chance head-to-head against President Obama in 2012, the left seems intent on tearing her down. If it's not stories about her children (does she really have to continue to "prove" that her son is actually hers?), or stupid criticism about methods of population control of arctic wolves (if the wolf has a bullet in his brain, do we think he cares where the bullet came from?), it's a new charge of ethics violations based on some of the most asinine allegations.
  • Bill Clinton’s Fear: ‘Climate Will Crater and We Won’t Be Able to Preserve Civilization’ (video)

    02/16/2009 10:33:01 AM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 28 replies · 728+ views
    NBC/Today ^ | Feb. 16, 2009
    Business & Media Institute: Ann Curry asked him if the greatest threat to the United States was the economic crisis and whether it outweighed the threats of terrorism.

    01/27/2009 5:51:20 AM PST · by kellynla · 26 replies · 1,698+ views
    NEW YORK POST ^ | January 26, 2009 | CLEMENTE LISI
    Conservative radio king Rush Limbaugh shot back at President Obama this afternoon - saying the new commander-in-chief is "not a unifier and not bipartisan" and is "more frightened of me" than he should be of Republican leaders. "I think [Obama] wants me to fail," Limbaugh said on his show, rebutting Obamas' comments Friday that GOP lawmakers should not be listening to the right-wing talk show host.
  • Rush Limbaugh Says "Obama wants me to fail"; is "scared of me" - Audio 1/26/09

    01/26/2009 6:34:53 PM PST · by Federalist Patriot · 13 replies · 683+ views
    Freedom's Lighthouse ^ | January 26, 2009 | BrianinMO
    Here is audio of Rush Limbaugh today saying that President Barack Obama "wants me to fail," and that he believes Obama is "more afraid of me than he is of Mitch McConnell" and "John Boehner." Limbaugh made the response today following Obama's statement to GOP Leaders last Friday that they are going to have to "not just listen to Rush Limbaugh." . . . . . . . (Listen to Rush)
  • Limbaugh: Obama is 'frightened of me'

    01/26/2009 6:02:56 PM PST · by markomalley · 148 replies · 4,461+ views
    CNN ^ | 1/26/2009 | Rebecca Sinderbrand
    Radio host Rush Limbaugh said Monday that President Obama is “frightened of me.” “He’s obviously more frightened of me than he is [Senate Minority Leader] Mitch McConnell,” Limbaugh told listeners. “He’s more frightened of me, then he is of say, [House Minority Leader] John Boehner, which doesn’t say much about our party.” Limbaugh’s comments followed reports Obama warned GOP congressional leaders last week that they should stop listening to the conservative talker, who had said on air he wanted the new president to fail. "Now this is the great unifier," he told listeners Monday. "This is the man who's going...
  • Why Obama is Causing a Liberal Freakout

    01/12/2009 9:23:42 AM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 12 replies · 897+ views ^ | January 12, 2009 | James Pethokoukis
    For many liberals, that Obamagasmic "tingle going up their legs" from the campaign season -- to paraphrase MSNBC's Chris Matthews -- may have crept upward into stomach-churning queasiness as Inauguration Day nears. Consider this counterfactual: If John McCain had won the 2008 presidential election (just a scant half million votes needed to swing the other way in Colorado, Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia ... I know, I know), it's easy to imagine him picking Bono-approved, "new age" evangelist Rick Warren to give the inaugural invocation, leaving Robert Gates as defense secretary and proposing an economic stimulus package that...
  • Palin Remains Threat to Liberals/Democrats

    11/30/2008 3:08:59 PM PST · by lewisglad · 63 replies · 1,687+ views
    Charlotte Observer ^ | Modified: Nov 30, 2008 01:41 AM | Brian Lawe
    Hebert wants her to shut up or shut down. Do we need any more proof that we are inching ever closer to the Democrats' thought-police mentality? If he cannot silence Sarah, he wants to redefine her as "incompetent," "dumb," "air-headed" and a "hillbilly." Democrats have seen Sarah's story before, and it scares them to death. They will stop at nothing to extinguish this threat in its infancy. They know they lost the heart and soul of America when another governor, Ronald Reagan, burst upon the national scene and changed the course of history, crushing their liberal agenda. Like Herod versus...

    10/21/2008 5:11:16 AM PDT · by kellynla · 39 replies · 1,394+ views
    NEW YORK POST ^ | October 21, 2008 | staff
    Joe Biden wonders whether Barack Obama is qualified to be commander-in-chief. "Mark my words," Biden warned Sunday at a Democratic fund-raiser. "It will not be six months [after the inauguration] before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy." Then he added, "Watch. We're going to have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy." Now, here's where it gets scary. Obama's "gonna need your help to use your influence within the community to stand with him. Because it's not gonna be apparent initially, it's not gonna be apparent that we're right." He's...
  • Who's Afraid of 'Obsession'?

    10/19/2008 8:19:13 AM PDT · by Righting · 24 replies · 582+ views
    focus ^ | 17 October 2008
    Who's Afraid of 'Obsession'? 17 October 2008 | 15:44 | FOCUS News Agency Los Angeles. The Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) - an organization identified as a California-based Muslim Brotherhood front - convened a press conference today in Los Angeles with a senior representative of local law enforcement and members of other faiths, reports. The stated purpose is to unveil a new “united front” initiative called the “Coalition for Renewing American Democracy” which MPAC has apparently conjured up in order to inveigh against “Obsession,” a documentary film that powerfully, and authoritatively, dissects radical Islam’s war against the West. Shortly...
  • Why Sarah Palin is dangerous (She is Feared)

    10/17/2008 12:51:27 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 31 replies · 1,197+ views
    Kansas City Star ^ | Yael T. Abouhalkah
    John McCain's own Web site shows why running mate Sarah Palin is dangerous: Her straight talk on common values for many Americans makes sense, even while she spouts vile nonsense about Barack Obama. Examples (from a New Hampshire Union-Leader story, quoted directly on McCain's Web site): -- Palin just this week told a reporter that she would repeat her attack "in a hearbeat," that Obama is "palling around with terrorists." "Because I'll tell you, when you kick off your political career in the living room of an unrepentant, known domestic terrorist and then you continue that association with him via...
  • Why Is Obama Afraid Of Town Hall Debates?

    09/19/2008 5:21:34 PM PDT · by TheNewPundit · 37 replies · 90+ views
    I'm a Pundit Too ^ | 9/18/2008 | Troy Stouffer
    In early June, Senator John McCain invited Senator Barack Obama to attend a series of up to 10 “town hall” style meetings throughout the summer. At the time of the invitation Obama was receptive to the idea of appearing with McCain at the “town hall” meetings, but in early August, the Obama campaign cited a very busy campaign schedule as to why they would not attend the meetings. To date, the candidates have only agreed to the standard 3 presidential debates and 1 vice presidential debate. My question is simple. Of what is the Obama campaign afraid?
  • Who’s afraid of Gianna Jessen? Answer: Barack Obama/ Updated: Obama attack ad; Gianna responds

    09/19/2008 2:12:52 PM PDT · by pissant · 26 replies · 301+ views
    Michelle ^ | 1/19/08 | Michelle Malkin
    Scroll down for updates…Gianna responds…” (go to link to watch ads) Gianna Jessen is the powerfully eloquent survivor of abortion who recently appeared in the ad above challenging Barack Obama’s opposition as state senator to the Illinois Born Alive Infants Protection Act. I hear from a source that WKYC-TV in Cleveland has confirmed Obama is running an ad responding to the ad featuring Jessen. Says my source: ------------------------------- Obama’s campaign told the Associated Press they would only be running “low-profile radio ads and campaign mailings.” They deliberately misled the media to portray a false sense of low-key campaigning. The...
  • This is Why Viral E-mail Terrifies Obama: ...can negate his eight-figure campaign budget

    09/17/2008 12:28:27 PM PDT · by Winged Hussar · 23 replies · 178+ views
    The Husaria: For Our Freedom and Yours ^ | 9/17/08 | Winged Hussar 1683
    Grassroots person-to-person contacts can negate his eight-figure campaign budget"Unmasking the Source of an Internet Rumor" shows how viral E-mail can decide the 2008 Presidential election. "Viral E-mail" does not mean the E-mail contains a computer virus; instead, it spreads like a virus (or propagates like a nuclear chain reaction). The Flash presentation at presents this concept visually, and it shows why the Obama campaign finds the idea terrifying. If neighbor to neighbor contacts expose Obama's support for Black Nationalism, his association with racists and anti-Semites of every stripe, and his questionable campaign financing methods, all the money in the...
  • Palin's Frightening Pentecostalism (Good for Laughs)

    09/15/2008 4:52:28 PM PDT · by markomalley · 49 replies · 391+ views
    Islam Online ^ | 9/15/2008 | Umar Lee
    While the millions of Muslims in America are observing the month of Ramadan and concentrating on gaining as many blessings as possible in this noble month, we would be deaf, dumb, and blind not to be caught up in election fever. Every media outlet is giving non-stop coverage to the contest between the Democratic Presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama and Vice-Presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden and the Republican candidate John McCain and his running mate, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Given the unpopularity of President George W. Bush and the Democratic leads in polls, most observers have assumed it to be...
  • Why She Really Scares Them

    09/12/2008 9:05:32 AM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 24 replies · 638+ views ^ | September 12, 2008 | Dick Morris & Eileen McGann
    FOR two weeks, Democrats and their media allies have leveled scorching fire at Sarah Palin. It's not having much effect, but they keep at it anyway. The latest Fox News poll shows Palin with a 54-27 favorable/unfavorable ratio, which compares well with Barack Obama's 57-36, John McCain's 60-33 and Joe Biden's 51-29. (Of the four, she's the most popular). Why do Democrats feel so threatened? They've even stopped attacking McCain and President Bush to launch a vicious and sexist barrage at her that would normally make a feminist angry and a Democrat blush. Basically, it's this: John McCain only endangers...
  • The REAL Wonder Woman on Sarah Palin: “America Should Be Very Afraid”

    09/11/2008 8:59:07 AM PDT · by pissant · 169 replies · 1,658+ views
    Philly Mag ^ | 9/11/08 | staff
    In an interview this morning about her three-week run at an Atlantic City casino, I offhandedly asked “Wonder Woman” Lynda Carter how she felt about the media calling VP candidate Sarah Palin the “new Wonder Woman.” I wasn’t expecting her no-holds-barred response: Don’t get me started. She’s the anti-Wonder Woman. She’s judgmental and dictatorial, telling people how they’ve got to live their lives. And a superior religious self-righteousness … that’s just not what Wonder Woman is about. Hillary Clinton is a lot more like Wonder Woman than Mrs. Palin. She did it all, didn’t she? No one has the right...
  • Democrats on Capitol Hill fear Obama fallout

    09/11/2008 7:32:23 PM PDT · by TexasNative2000 · 45 replies · 156+ views
    Financial Times ^ | 9.11.2008 | Andrew Ward
    Democratic jitters about the US presidential race have spread to Capitol Hill, where some members of Congress are worried that Barack Obama’s faltering campaign could hurt their chances of re-election. Party leaders have been hoping to strengthen Democratic control of the House and Senate in November, but John McCain’s jump in the polls has stoked fears of a Republican resurgence. A Democratic fundraiser for Congressional candidates said some planned to distance themselves from Mr Obama and not attack Mr McCain. “If people are voting for McCain it could help Republicans all the way down the ticket, even in a year...
  • Democrats on Capitol Hill fear Obama fallout

    09/11/2008 5:20:36 PM PDT · by DeaconBenjamin · 55 replies · 439+ views
    Financial Times ^ | September 11 2008 23:30 | By Andrew Ward in Washington
    Democratic jitters about the US presidential race have spread to Capitol Hill, where some members of Congress are worried that Barack Obama’s faltering campaign could hurt their chances of re-election. Party leaders have been hoping to strengthen Democratic control of the House and Senate in November, but John McCain’s jump in the polls has stoked fears of a Republican resurgence. A Democratic fundraiser for Congressional candidates said some planned to distance themselves from Mr Obama and not attack Mr McCain. “If people are voting for McCain it could help Republicans all the way down the ticket, even in a year...
  • Sarah Scares Them Because They Don't Scare Her

    09/08/2008 11:11:22 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 14 replies · 134+ views
    Human Events ^ | September 8, 2008 | AWR Hawkins
    Liberals fear what they can't control, and subsequently seek the elimination of what they fear. This explains their past efforts to blacklist patriotism, stifle free markets, disarm the American citizenry, and shackle free speech. It also explains why they're currently pulling out all stops in their effort to destroy Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. The patriotism feared by liberals isn't the standard American-flag-pinned-on-your-lapel-patriotism (hardly anyone other than Barack Obama is against that). The kind they are afraid of is that which was stirred in us by the attacks on Pearl Harbor and again on 9/11 -- the kind that...
  • Seemingly Nervous About Palin's Popularity, New Obama TV Ad Attacks McCain, Palin as Un-Mavericky

    09/08/2008 2:22:25 PM PDT · by pissant · 30 replies · 135+ views
    ABC ^ | 9/8/08 | Jake tapper
    The Obama campaign is issuing a response TV ad to McCain's "Mavericks" ad released this morning. (Linked to in previous post.) Want evidence the Obama campaign is worried about Gov. Sarah Palin? Look no further than this ad, which attacks her, too. Here's the script Obama VO: I’m Barack Obama and I approved this message. ANNOUNCER: They call themselves mavericks. Whoa. Truth is…they’re anything but. John McCain is hardly a maverick…when 7 of his top campaign advisors are Washington lobbyists. He’s no maverick when he votes with Bush 90% of the time. ANNCR: And Sarah Palin’s no maverick either. She...
  • Whoopi Goldberg: Palin Sounds Pro-Nazi, Wants to 'Succeed' From U.S....(Hollyweird un-hinged)

    09/05/2008 9:06:40 AM PDT · by IrishMike · 111 replies · 525+ views
    Newsbusters ^ | September 5, 2008 | Tim Graham
    Who let Whoopi Goldberg blog without an editor? In her Wow-O-Wow blog post titled "Sarah Palin Is a Very Dangerous Woman," she lobs a wild pitch about the Alaskan Independence Party kerfuffle: "I also thought that this idea of America first coming from her was kind of strange because she was one of the people who wanted to succeed from the United States. She was part of a campaign to succeed Alaska from the United States of America." Where’s the editor to say "Sorry, dear, don't you mean ‘secede’?" Whoopi’s article concluded by suggesting Gov. Palin's speech reminded her of...
  • Whoopi Goldberg: Sarah Palin 'Is a Very Dangerous Woman'

    09/05/2008 3:53:43 PM PDT · by markedmannerf · 92 replies · 675+ views
    Women On The Web ^ | 09/04/08 | Whoopi Goldberg
    I just have to talk about Sarah Palin’s speech a little bit. She gave a really amazing speech, very strong, very strident and it gave the Republicans everything they wanted to hear. They know that she’s a tough chick and she’s a babe and she’s a mom and all those other wonderful things we should be celebrating — the first time I think we’ve ever celebrated all of these things in a woman. Maybe Hillary Clinton wasn’t such a babe but she was defiantly strident and strong and people lost their minds and said how rough she was and how...
  • The fear by the left is Overwhelming. How do they treat Sarahphobia?

    09/04/2008 6:19:46 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 46 replies · 145+ views ^ | September 4, 2008 | Dr. Laurie Roth
    The leftist media and Obama camp not only have their knickers in a twist because of McCain’s brilliant, maverick pick for V.P. Sarah Palin, they can’t find enough therapists to deal with the fear. I don’t recall in my life time Presidential elections where children have been savaged and attacked so readily. Of course, as the masses have heard of Sarah’s pregnant daughter who has plans to marry and keep the baby by the way, Obama has come out and said that kids are off limits. If course we all believe and know that he nor his warm and fuzzy...
  • Sarah Palin: Deeply Threatening to the Left?

    09/02/2008 6:08:45 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 40 replies · 161+ views
    Real Clear Politics ^ | September 2, 2008 | Andrea Tantaros
    The moment the McCain camp confirmed it had chosen Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as its choice for VP, conservatives, females and many mothers across the country rejoiced. She brought so many positives that I couldn’t help but wonder how long it would take the left to dig for the negatives. Shortly after the announcement a friend asked me “when do you think the weird, rural farmer’s daughter rumors will start? Apparently, not long after. The Daily Kos (or as I like to call it, The Daily Gross) has stooped to a new low by repackaging a plot line from last...
  • Democrats fear John McCain will pick a woman (Hutchison) as his running mate!

    08/27/2008 6:23:08 PM PDT · by WilliamReading · 5 replies · 220+ views
    With John McCain to name his vice president on Friday, the smoke signals from the Republican Party are spelling out the name of Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison. Could Kay Bailey Hutchison pick up women's votes for McCain? Once a long shot, she is apparently getting a boost from conservatives who see an opening to hoover up the women's vote after Barack Obama left Hillary Clinton and Kathleen Sebelius on the shelf. Hutchison, 66, who is due to address the Republican convention in the Twin Cities next Wednesday, is seen as both a safe and a bold move for Mr...
  • Democrats fear John McCain will pick a woman as his running mate

    08/27/2008 1:06:51 PM PDT · by Perdogg · 174 replies · 2,624+ views
    Blog.Telegraph UK ^ | Wednesday, August 27, 2008, 06:59 PM GMT [General]
    With John McCain to name his vice president on Friday, the smoke signals from the Republican Party are spelling out the name of Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison. Could Kay Bailey Hutchison pick up women's votes for McCain? Once a long shot, she is apparently getting a boost from conservatives who see an opening to hoover up the women's vote after Barack Obama left Hillary Clinton and Kathleen Sebelius on the shelf. Hutchison, 66, who is due to address the Republican convention in the Twin Cities next Wednesday, is seen as both a safe and a bold move for Mr...
  • Stage fright (Dems afraid of failure as convention nears and PUMA roars)

    08/23/2008 3:25:13 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 22 replies · 382+ views
    The Scotland Sunday Herald | August 23, 2008 | Andrew Purcell
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  • Tired of Obama’s Chicken Little Campaign Yet?

    08/03/2008 3:01:44 PM PDT · by PlainOleAmerican · 8 replies · 196+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | August 2, 2008 | JB Williams
    Before Americans will vote for more socialism in a nation almost bankrupt from social conscience already, they must believe that capitalism has failed the vast majority of Americans who now need the government to be their keeper. Nobody understands this better than community organizer Barack Obama and his entire campaign is based on Chicken Little rhetoric as a result. Obama and his socialist companions define the “general welfare” mentioned in the Constitution not as the common interests of all Americans, such as roads, bridges, a strong standard currency and a national defense system, as intended by the Founders who wrote...
  • It’s Official: Obama Runs From Town-Hall Debates

    08/03/2008 10:38:40 AM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 59 replies · 232+ views ^ | August 3, 2008 | Ed Morrissey
    Barack Obama’s campaign made its distaste for free-style debates more or less official yesterday in their letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates. Team Obama only will agree to three debates, which has been the tradition through the last several presidential cycles, and all of them in the standard moderated format. He will not accept McCain’s challenge to meet him in a format where voters can ask the questions: Obama’s campaign released a letter this afternoon from campaign manager David Plouffe to the Commission on Presidential Debates only agreeing to the traditional three sanctioned fall debates and single vice presidential...
  • Obama Campaign: Barry Is Afraid and Won't Do Any Townhall Debates

    08/03/2008 9:06:52 AM PDT · by Bill Dupray · 15 replies · 81+ views
    The Patriot Room ^ | August 3, 2008 | Bill Dupray
    He's says he already did those when he debated Hillary. McCain's guy did a nice job in responding. McCain's campaign, keeping with their new line of attack against Obama, expressed disappointment and offered a dose of sarcasm in response to the news. "We understand it might be beneath a worldwide celebrity of Barack Obama’s magnitude to appear at town hall meetings alongside John McCain and directly answer questions from the American people, but we hope he’ll reconsider," said Brian Roges, a McCain spokesman. Love that Celebrity stuff. It's called going after your opponent's (substanceless) strength.
  • Democrats anxious for Obama to widen lead

    08/01/2008 6:35:41 PM PDT · by Phlap · 49 replies · 92+ views
    Financial Times ^ | 08/01/08 | Edward Luce in Washington
    In 1980, Ronald Reagan asked voters whether they felt better off than four years earlier. He went on to defeat Jimmy Carter a few weeks later. On Friday Barack Obama raised the same question: “Do you think that you are better off now than you were four years ago or eight years ago?” he asked voters in Florida. “And if you don’t . . . do you think you can afford another four years of the same failed economic policies that we’ve had under George W. Bush?” With unemployment on Friday jumping by 51,000 to take this year’s job losses...
  • The signs aren't good: Why isn't Obama polling stronger?

    07/17/2008 2:49:14 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 108 replies · 164+ views
    The Augusta Chronicle ^ | July 17, 2008 | Editorial Staff
    This should be an easy year for Democrats. A record percentage of Americans say the country is headed in the wrong direction -- and after years of mostly Republican rule, that should help Democrats. Meanwhile, the media hype surrounding Democratic nominee-to-be Barack Obama is unprecedented and often unquestioning. National media have set him up as some sort of messiah. And after a pitched primary battle in which he emerged victorious, you would think Obama would appear unbeatable by now. By contrast, after an anti-climactic fizzle of a Republican primary, John McCain has sort of stumbled out of the gate for...
  • Is Obama Avoiding Facing the Military?

    07/13/2008 11:47:44 AM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 48 replies · 151+ views
    That’s how it appears: A coalition of military groups is planning a nationally televised town-hall-style meeting with the presidential candidates near Fort Hood, Tex., the largest active-duty military installation in the country. But so far, only Senator John McCain of Arizona, the presumptive Republican nominee, has agreed to attend.CBS has agreed to broadcast the meeting live from 9 to 11 p.m. Eastern time on Monday, Aug. 11. The candidates would face questions directly from an audience of 6,000 people, made up of veterans, service members and military families from the base.Senator Barack Obama of Illinois, the presumptive Democratic nominee, has...