Friday, November 28, 2008


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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Inconvenient facts about Barack Obama - what the mainstream media won't tell you!

Here are just some of the facts about Barack Obama that you will never hear about if you rely solely on the mainstream media for your news and information. Citations have been provided for all of these facts, as well. Let's begin:

Obama's middle name is Hussein. See:
His father was a Muslim (and a polygamist/bigamist). See:

"Obama Sr. grew up in Nyangoma-Kogelo. At 18, he married a young woman named Kezia in a tribal ceremony. They had four children, two of them after he returned to Kenya from the United States. He never divorced Kezia, who now lives in Bracknell, England."

"On February 2, 1961, Obama Sr. married a fellow student, Ann Dunham in Maui, Hawaii. She did not know that he already had a wife in Kenya."

His mother was a left-wing atheist who got pregnant before their (shotgun) wedding. See:

"On February 2, 1961, Obama Sr. married a fellow student, Ann Dunham in Maui, Hawaii ... Their son, Barack Obama, Jr., was born on August 4, 1961." [Barack Obama was born just six months after their marriage. Therefore, his mother was already knocked up when they married.]

"Dunham's best friend in high school has said that she "touted herself as an atheist, and it was something she'd read about and could argue."
"[S]he was a lonely witness for secular humanism, a soldier for New Deal, Peace Corps, position-paper liberalism."

His mother was also a communist sympathizer. See:,0,5157609.story?page=3

""If you were concerned about something going wrong in the world, [Ann] would know about it first," said Chip Wall, who described her as "a fellow traveler. . . . We were liberals before we knew what liberals were."

His step-father was a Muslim. See:
"Religious beliefs: Muslim"

He lived in Indonesia (a Muslim country) for four years as a youth. He was registered there as a Muslim. See:,1,7181735,full.story?coll=la-headlines-nation

"Obama's four years as a child in Indonesia underscore how dramatically his background differs from that of past presidential hopefuls ... "

"His former Roman Catholic and Muslim teachers, along with two people who were identified by Obama's grade-school teacher as childhood friends, say Obama was registered by his family as a Muslim at both of the schools he attended."

In Indonesia, he hung out at the Islamic Center, prayed to Allah at the local Mosque, and studied the Koran at school. See:,1,7181735,full.story?coll=la-headlines-nation

"As a boy in Indonesia, Barack Obama crisscrossed the religious divide ... In the neighborhood mosque, he bowed to Allah."

"That [Muslim] registration meant that during the third and fourth grades, Obama learned about Islam for two hours each week in religion class."

"The childhood friends say Obama sometimes went to Friday prayers at the local mosque."

"In his autobiography, Dreams From My Father, Obama briefly mentions Koranic study and describes his public school, which accepted students of all religions, as "a Muslim school.""

""His mother often went to the church, but Barry was Muslim. He went to the mosque," Adi said. "I remember him wearing a sarong.""

"The statement added that as a child, Obama had spent time in the neighborhood's Islamic center."

He also visited Pakistan while in college. See:

"In 1981 -- the year Obama transferred from Occidental College to Columbia University -- Obama visited his mother and sister Maya in Indonesia. After that visit, Obama traveled to Pakistan with a friend from college whose family was from there. The Obama campaign says Obama was in Pakistan for about three weeks ... "

Obama's half-brother believes he is a Muslim, and showed photographs of Obama wearing Muslim garb on a trip to Kenya. See:

Obama's "church" was led by a radical anti-White and anti-American "Reverend" who was once a Black Muslim. See:

"Trinity United Church of Christ adopted the Black Value System written by the Manford Byrd Recognition Committee chaired by Vallmer Jordan in 1981. We believe in the following 12 precepts and covenantal statements. These Black Ethics must be taught and exemplified in homes, churches, nurseries and schools, wherever Blacks are gathered. They must reflect on the following concepts:
1. Commitment to God
2. Commitment to the Black Community
3. Commitment to the Black Family
4. Dedication to the Pursuit of Education
5. Dedication to the Pursuit of Excellence
6. Adherence to the Black Work Ethic
7. Commitment to Self-Discipline and Self-Respect
8. Disavowal of the Pursuit of "Middleclassness"
9. Pledge to make the fruits of all developing and acquired skills available to the Black Community
10. Pledge to Allocate Regularly, a Portion of Personal Resources for Strengthening and Supporting Black Institutions
11. Pledge allegiance to all Black leadership who espouse and embrace the Black Value System 12. Personal commitment to embracement of the Black Value System."


"After many lectures like this, Obama decided to take a second look at Wright's church. Older pastors warned him that Trinity was for "Buppies"--black urban professionals--and didn't have enough street cred. But Wright was a former Muslim and black nationalist who had studied at Howard and Chicago, and Trinity's guiding principles--what the church calls the "Black Value System"--included a "Disavowal of the Pursuit of 'Middleclassness.'""

The official church newsletter gave a "lifetime achievement award" to Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation Of Islam. See:

"Barack Obama’s longtime minister, mentor, and sounding board has been a key supporter of Louis Farrakhan and last month honored the Nation of Islam leader for lifetime achievement.
Farrakhan has repeatedly made hate-filled statements targeting Jews, whites, America, and homosexuals. He has called whites “blue-eyed devils” and the “anti-Christ.”


Obama’s minister and friend, the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. and his Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, honored Farrakhan at a gala, bestowing on him its Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. Lifetime Achievement Trumpeteer award.

Obama has said he found religion through Wright in the 1980s and consulted him before deciding to run for president. He prayed privately with Wright before announcing his candidacy last year."

Obama attended Farrakhan's "Million Man March." See:

"In 1995, along with other prominent black leaders such as Al Sharpton and Barack Obama, Farrakhan helped lead the Million Man March on Washington."

Obama was endorsed by the Muslim terrorist group Hamas, and his campaign manager accepted the endorsement. See:

"Hamas has endorsed Barack Obama for President. Yousef said, "We like Mr. Obama and we hope he will win the election." Why? "He has a vision to change America.""
"Obama Campaign "Flattered" by Hamas Endorsement"

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Do you "progressives" still feel comfortable supporting this guy?

And keep in mind, I left quite a few things out, such as Obama's friendship with the unrepentant left-wing domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, and his close ties to the Syrian-born Tony Rezko, who was recently convicted of fraud and bribery. Also unmentioned are his wife's anti-American comments and her anti-White senior thesis. You support this Manchurian Candidate at your country's peril.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

John McCain's Son in Iraq

Talk about putting your most valuable where your mouth is! Apparently this was not ‘newsworthy’enough for the media to comment about. Can either of the other presidential candidates truthfully come close to this? ... Just a question for each of us to seek an answer, and not a statement.

You see...character is what’s shown when the public is not looking. There were no cameras or press invited to what you are about to read about, and the story comes from one person in New Hampshire.

One evening last July, Senator John McCain of Arizona arrived at the New Hampshire home of Erin Flanagan for sandwiches, chocolate-chip cookies and a heartfelt talk about Iraq. They had met at a presidential debate, when she asked the candidates what they would do to bring home American soldiers - - soldiers like her brother, who had been killed in action a few months earlier.

Mr. McCain did not bring cameras or press. Instead, he brought his youngest son, James McCain, 19, then a private first class in the Marine Corps about to leave for Iraq. Father and son sat down to hear more about Ms. Flanagan’s brother Michael Cleary, a 24-year-old Army First Lieutenant killed by an ambush ... a roadside bomb.

No one mentioned the obvious: In just days, Jimmy McCain could face similar perils. ‘I can’t imagine what it must have been like for them as they were coming to meet with a family that ......’ Ms. Flanagan recalled, choking up. ‘We lost a dear one,’ she finished.

Mr. McCain, now the presumptive Republican nominee, has staked his candidacy on the promise that American troops can bring stability to Iraq. What he almost never says is that one of them is his own son, who spent seven months patrolling Anbar Province and learned of his father’s New Hampshire victory in January while he was digging a stuck military vehicle out of the mud.
Two of Jimmy’s three older brothers went into the military. Doug McCain, 48, was a Navy pilot. Jack McCain, 21, is to graduate from the Naval Academy next year, raising the chances that his father, if elected, could become the first president since Dwight D. Eisenhower with a son at war.
I chose to share this with those who I believe will pass it on, to others who will pass it on. We hear so much inflated trash out there. How about a simple act of kindness ... and dedication to others placed above oneself?

Has anybody heard if Barack Hussein Obama has served in The American Armed Services?

This is for all you Barack voters.

From Barack’s book, Audacity of Hope:

‘I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.’

When asked who I’m voting for...I have to say I am voting against Obama...and that is truly sad, but it must be done!

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Print Your Own Gas Station Stickers!!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
They vote against our drilling for our own oil.
And they vote for raising your gas taxes.
They vote against building new refineries.
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
When you read about all of the oil companies making, “Record Profit,” consider that they only make around 10% of their gross. Microsoft makes about 33% of their gross.
And democrats want you to think this is bad, so they want to tax the oil companies even more. Guess who’ll pay for it?
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
The prices of all of the things you buy in the store have gone up, too. The increase is because the shipping cost has risen. The reason for that is because the fuel costs have risen.
And democrats in Washington and Colorado want to make it cost more by raising gas taxes? By raising the oil company’s business taxes –which YOU will pay for?
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
The owners of this fueling station might not complain about these stickers. If more democrats come into power in Washington, and they go with their past history on fossil fuels, more gas stations will be put out of business and their employees will be out of work.
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
Think hybrid cars and alternative fuels are the answer? In California, there are a lot of these types of vehicles on the roads. The result was that the tax revenue expected from gasoline sales weren’t what the democrats had hoped for. People were conserving and saving money the best that they could. So the democrats, to make up for this shortfall in revenue from gasoline taxes, RAISED THE GASOLINE TAXES!
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
The price of gas will go up in the Spring, regardless of what the price of oil is at the time.
Why? Because of democrats.
No new refineries and changing blends around the country twice a year mean the refineries we do have must shut down and retool. THOSE refineries are running at around 95% (Some at 100%) capacity the rest of the year.
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
When you read about all of the oil companies making, “Record Profit,” consider that they only make around 10% of their gross. Microsoft makes about 33% of their gross.
And democrats want you to think this is bad, so they want to tax the oil companies even more. Guess who’ll pay for it?
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
They vote against our drilling for our own oil.
And they vote for raising your gas taxes.
They vote against building new refineries.
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
The prices of all of the things you buy in the store have gone up, too. The increase is because the shipping cost has risen. The reason for that is because the fuel costs have risen.
And democrats in Washington and Colorado want to make it cost more by raising gas taxes? By raising the oil company’s business taxes –which YOU will pay for?
Remember to vote!

Gas Prices Too High?
Thank a Democrat!
A large percentage of the oil shipped into America goes into generating electricity. Modern nuclear power plants are remarkably safe and generate electricity with astounding efficiency.
Yet Jane Fonda and her democrat pals in Washington won’t allow us to build more nuclear power plants that would make all of that oil end up being made into gasoline for you and I.
But wait! We can’t do that either because the democrats won’t allow more refineries to be built.
Remember to vote!

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Remarks By John McCain in Columbus, Ohio

ARLINGTON, VA -- U.S. Senator John McCain delivered the following remarks as prepared for delivery at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, in Columbus, OH, today at 10:00 a.m. EDT:

Thank you. The hectic but repetitive routine of presidential campaigns often seems to consist entirely of back and forth charges between candidates, punctuated by photo ops, debates and the occasional policy speech, followed by another barrage of accusations and counter accusations, formulated into the soundbites preferred by cable news producers. It is a little hypocritical for candidates or reporters to criticize these deficiencies. They are our creation. Campaigns and the media collaborated as architects of the modern presidential campaign, and we deserve equal blame for the regret we feel from time to time over its less than inspirational features.
Voters, however, even in this revolutionary communications age, with its 24 hour news cycle, can be forgiven their uncertainty about what the candidates actually hope to achieve if they have the extraordinary privilege of being elected President of the United States. We spend too little time and offer too few specifics on that most important of questions. We make promises, of course, about what kind of policies we would pursue in office. But they often are obscured, mischaracterized and forgotten in the heat and fog of political battle.
Next January, the political leadership of the United States will change significantly. It is important that the candidates who seek to lead the country after the Bush Administration define their objectives and what they plan to achieve not with vague language but with clarity.
So, what I want to do today is take a little time to describe what I would hope to have achieved at the end of my first term as President. I cannot guarantee I will have achieved these things. I am presumptuous enough to think I would be a good President, but not so much that I believe I can govern by command. Should I forget that, Congress will, of course, hasten to remind me. The following are conditions I intend to achieve. And toward that end, I will focus all the powers of the office; every skill and strength I possess; and seize every opportunity to work with members of Congress who put the national interest ahead of partisanship, and any country in the world that shares our hopes for a more peaceful and prosperous world.
By January 2013, America has welcomed home most of the servicemen and women who have sacrificed terribly so that America might be secure in her freedom. The Iraq War has been won. Iraq is a functioning democracy, although still suffering from the lingering effects of decades of tyranny and centuries of sectarian tension. Violence still occurs, but it is spasmodic and much reduced. Civil war has been prevented; militias disbanded; the Iraqi Security Force is professional and competent; al Qaeda in Iraq has been defeated; and the Government of Iraq is capable of imposing its authority in every province of Iraq and defending the integrity of its borders. The United States maintains a military presence there, but a much smaller one, and it does not play a direct combat role.
The threat from a resurgent Taliban in Afghanistan has been greatly reduced but not eliminated. U.S. and NATO forces remain there to help finish the job, and continue operations against the remnants of al Qaeda. The Government of Pakistan has cooperated with the U.S. in successfully adapting the counterinsurgency tactics that worked so well in Iraq and Afghanistan to its lawless tribal areas where al Qaeda fighters are based. The increase in actionable intelligence that the counterinsurgency produced led to the capture or death of Osama bin Laden, and his chief lieutenants. There is no longer any place in the world al Qaeda can consider a safe haven. Increased cooperation between the United States and its allies in the concerted use of military, diplomatic, and economic power and reforms in the intelligence capabilities of the United States has disrupted terrorist networks and exposed plots around the world. There still has not been a major terrorist attack in the United States since September 11, 2001.
The United States and its allies have made great progress in advancing nuclear security. Concerted action by the great democracies of the world has persuaded a reluctant Russia and China to cooperate in pressuring Iran to abandon its nuclear ambitions, and North Korea to discontinue its own. The single greatest threat facing the West -- the prospect of nuclear materials in the hands of terrorists -- has been vastly diminished.
The size of the Army and Marine Corps has been significantly increased, and are now better equipped and trained to defend us. Long overdue reforms to the way we acquire weapons programs, including fixed price contracts, have created sufficient savings to pay for a larger military. A substantial increase in veterans educational benefits and improvements in their health care has aided recruitment and retention. The strain on the National Guard and reserve forces has been relieved.
After efforts to pressure the Government in Sudan over Darfur failed again in the U.N. Security Council, the United States, acting in concert with a newly formed League of Democracies, applied stiff diplomatic and economic pressure that caused the government of Sudan to agree to a multinational peacekeeping force, with NATO countries providing logistical and air support, to stop the genocide that had made a mockery of the world's repeated declaration that we would "never again" tolerant such inhumanity. Encouraged by the success, the League is now occupied with using the economic power and prestige of its member states to end other gross abuses of human rights such as the despicable crime of human trafficking.
The United States has experienced several years of robust economic growth, and Americans again have confidence in their economic future. A reduction in the corporate tax rate from the second highest in the world to one on par with our trading partners; the low rate on capital gains; allowing business to deduct in a single year investments in equipment and technology, while eliminating tax loopholes and ending corporate welfare, have spurred innovation and productivity, and encouraged companies to keep their operations and jobs in the United States. The Alternate Minimum Tax is being phased out, with relief provided first to middle income families. Doubling the size of the child exemption has put more disposable income in the hands of taxpayers, further stimulating growth.
Congress has just passed by a single up or down vote a tax reform proposal that offers Americans a choice of continuing to file under the rules of the current complicated and burdensome tax code or use a new, simpler, fairer and flatter tax, with two rates and a generous deduction. Millions of taxpayers are expected to file under the flat tax, and save billions in the cost of preparing their returns.
After exercising my veto several times in my first year in office, Congress has not sent me an appropriations bill containing earmarks for the last three years. A top to bottom review of every federal bureaucracy has yielded great reductions in government spending by identifying programs that serve no important purpose; and instigating far reaching reforms of procurement and operating policies that have for too long extravagantly wasted money for no better purpose than to increase federal payrolls.
New free trade agreements have been ratified and led to substantial increases in both exports and imports. The resulting growth in prosperity in countries from South America to Asia to Africa has greatly strengthened America's security and the global progress of our political ideals. U.S. tariffs on agricultural imports have been eliminated and unneeded farm subsidies are being phased out. The world food crisis has ended, inflation is low, and the quality of life not only in our country, but in some of the most impoverished countries around the world is much improved.
Americans, who through no fault of their own, lost jobs in the global economy they once believed were theirs for life, are assisted by reformed unemployment insurance and worker retraining programs. Older workers who accept lower paying jobs while they acquire new skills are provided assistance to make up a good part of the income they have lost. Community colleges and technical schools all over the country have developed worker retraining programs suited to the specific economic opportunities available in their communities and are helping millions of workers who have lost a job that won't come back find a new one that won't go away.
Public education in the United States is much improved thanks to the competition provided by charter and private schools; the increase of quality teachers through incentives like merit pay and terrific programs that attract to the classroom enthusiastic and innovative teachers from many disciplines, like Teach for America and Troops to Teachers. Educational software and online teaching programs endorsed by qualified non profits are much more widely in use, bringing to the smallest classrooms in America some of the greatest math, English, and science teachers in the country. This revolution in teaching methods has especially benefited rural America. Test scores and graduation rates are rising everywhere in the country.
Health care has become more accessible to more Americans than at any other time in history. Reforms of the insurance market; putting the choice of health care into the hands of American families rather than exclusively with the government or employers; walk in clinics as alternatives to emergency room care; paying for outcome in the treatment of disease rather than individual procedures; and competition in the prescription drug market have begun to wring out the runaway inflation once endemic in our health care system. More small businesses offer their employees health plans. Schools have greatly improved their emphasis on physical education and nutritional content of meals offered in school cafeterias. Obesity rates among the young and the disease they engender are stabilized and beginning to decline. The federal government and states have cooperated in establishing backstop insurance pools that provide coverage to people hard pressed to find insurance elsewhere because of pre-existing illness.
The reduction in the growth of health care costs has begun to relieve some of the pressure on Medicare; encouraging Congress to act in a bipartisan way to extend its solvency for twenty-five years without increasing taxes and raising premiums only for upper income seniors. Their success encouraged a group of congressional leaders from both parties to work with my administration to fix Social Security as well, without reducing benefits to those near retirement. The reforms include some form of personal retirement accounts in safe and reliable index funds, such as have been available to government employees since their retirement plans were made solvent a quarter century ago.
The United States is well on the way to independence from foreign sources of oil; progress that has not only begun to alleviate the environmental threat posed from climate change, but has greatly improved our security as well. A cap and trade system has been implemented, spurring great innovation in the development of green technologies and alternative energy sources. Clean coal technology has advanced considerably with federal assistance. Construction has begun on twenty new nuclear reactors thanks to improved incentives and a streamlined regulatory process.
Scores of judges have been confirmed to the federal district and appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court, who understand that they were not sent there to write our laws but to enforce them and make sure they are consistent with the Constitution. They are judges of exceptional character and quality, who enforce and do not make laws, and who respect the values of the people whose rights, laws and property they are sworn to defend.
Border state governors have certified and the American people recognize that after tremendous improvements to border security infrastructure and increases in the border patrol, and vigorous prosecution of companies that employ illegal aliens, our southern border is now secure. Illegal immigrants who broke our laws after they came here have been arrested and deported. Illegal immigration has been finally brought under control, and the American people accepted the practical necessity to institute a temporary worker program and deal humanely with the millions of immigrants who have been in this country illegally.
Voluntary national service has grown in popularity in part because of the educational benefits used as incentives, as well as frequent appeals from the bully pulpit of the White House, but mostly because the young Americans, no less than earlier generations, understand that true happiness is much greater than the pursuit of pleasure, and can only be found by serving causes greater than self-interest. Scores of accomplished private sector leaders have joined the ranks of my administration for a dollar a year and have instituted some of the most innovative reforms of government programs ever known, often in partnership with willing private sector partners. A sense of community, a kinship of ideals, has invigorated public service again.
This is the progress I want us to achieve during my presidency. These are the changes I am running for President to make. I want to leave office knowing that America is safer, freer, and wealthier than when I was elected; that more Americans have more opportunities to pursue their dreams than at any other time in our history; that the world has become less threatening to our interests and more hospitable to our values; and that America has again, as she always has, chosen not to hide from history but to make history.
I am well aware I cannot make any of these changes alone. The powers of the presidency are rightly checked by the other branches of government, and I will not attempt to acquire powers our founders saw fit to grant Congress. I will exercise my veto if I believe legislation passed by Congress is not in the nation's best interests, but I will not subvert the purpose of legislation I have signed by making statements that indicate I will enforce only the parts of it I like. I will respect the responsibilities the Constitution and the American people have granted Congress, and will, as I often have in the past, work with anyone of either party to get things done for our country.
For too long, now, Washington has been consumed by a hyper-partisanship that treats every serious challenge facing us as an opportunity to trade insults; disparage each other's motives; and fight about the next election. For all the problems we face, if you ask Americans what frustrates them most about Washington, they will tell you they don't think we're capable of serving the public interest before our personal and partisan ambitions; that we fight for ourselves and not for them. Americans are sick of it, and they have every right to be. They are sick of the politics of selfishness, stalemate and delay. They despair when every election -- no matter who wins -- always seems to produce four more years of unkept promises and a government that is just a battleground for the next election. Their patience is at an end for politicians who value ambition over principle, and for partisanship that is less a contest of ide as than an uncivil brawl over the spoils of power. They want to change not only the policies and institutions that have failed the American people, but the political culture that produced them. They want to move this country forward and stake our claim on this century as we did in the last. And they want their government to care more about them than preserving the privileges of the powerful.
There are serious issues at stake in this election, and serious differences between the candidates. And we will argue about them, as we should. But it should remain an argument among friends; each of us struggling to hear our conscience, and heed its demands; each of us, despite our differences, united in our great cause, and respectful of the goodness in each other. That is how most Americans treat each other. And it is how they want the people they elect to office to treat each other.
If I am elected President, I will work with anyone who sincerely wants to get this country moving again. I will listen to any idea that is offered in good faith and intended to help solve our problems, not make them worse. I will seek the counsel of members of Congress from both parties in forming government policy before I ask them to support it. I will ask Democrats to serve in my administration. My administration will set a new standard for transparency and accountability. I will hold weekly press conferences. I will regularly brief the American people on the progress our policies have made and the setbacks we have encountered. When we make errors, I will confess them readily, and explain what we intend to do to correct them. I will ask Congress to grant me the privilege of coming before both houses to take questions, and address criticism, much the same as the Prime Minister of Great Britain appears regularly before the House of Commons.
We cannot again leave our problems for another unluckier generation of Americans to fix after they have become even harder to solve. I'm not interested in partisanship that serves no other purpose than to gain a temporary advantage over our opponents. This mindless, paralyzing rancor must come to an end. We belong to different parties, not different countries. We are rivals for the same power. But we are also compatriots. We are fellow Americans, and that shared distinction means more to me than any other association. I intend to prove myself worthy of the office; of our country; and of your respect. I won't judge myself by how many elections I've won. I won't spend one hour of my presidency worrying more about my re-election than keeping my promises to the American people. There is a time to campaign, and a time to govern. If I'm elected President, the era of the permanent campaign will end. The era of problem solving will begin. I promise you, from the day I am sworn into office until the last hour of my presidency, I will work with anyone, of either party, to make this country safe, prosperous and proud. And I won't care who gets the credit.
Thank you.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Barack Hussein Obama Called Upon to Reject Michael Moore, endorsements

Obama’s acceptance of Moore, support is an insult to our Armed Forces and nation
To: media “at”, watchdog “at”, info “at” barackobama.comcc: Multiple Internet blogs, with encouragement to copy to other blogs and circulate as viral E-mail
Dear Mr. Obama,
The Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the United States commands the obedience of our men and women in uniform by law, but we are confident that you also appreciate the need to command their respect. We bring to your attention the endorsement of filmmaker Michael Moore at his Web site.
I don’t get to vote for President this primary season. I live in Michigan. The party leaders (both here and in D.C.) couldn’t get their act together, and thus our votes will not be counted.So, if you live in Pennsylvania, can you do me a favor? Will you please cast my vote — and yours — on Tuesday for Senator Barack Obama?
…I guess the debate last week was the final straw. I’ve watched Senator Clinton and her husband play this game of appealing to the worst side of white people, but last Wednesday, when she hurled the name “Farrakhan” out of nowhere, well that’s when the silly season came to an early end for me. She said the “F” word to scare white people, pure and simple. Of course, Obama has no connection to Farrakhan. But, according to Senator Clinton, Obama’s pastor does — AND the “church bulletin” once included a Los Angeles Times op-ed from some guy with Hamas! No, not the church bulletin!
Your pastor, Jeremiah Wright, did indeed publish an opinion piece from a Hamas terrorist named Marzook (July 22, 2007). Your pastor also welcomed a piece with a blood libel of Israel, to the effect that Israel developed an “ethnic bomb” that worked only on Black people and Arabs (June 10, 2007). Your pastor personally wrote “state” of Israel, as in “So-called state of Israel,” in his church bulletin (July 8, 2007). Furthermore, your pastor does indeed have connections to Louis Farrakhan, and this is not just according to Hillary Clinton. Jeremiah Wright accompanied Farrakhan to Libya to meet with dictator Moammar Khadafy, and you knew this before you joined his chuch.
We digress, however, from the problem at hand: Michael Moore’s endorsement of your candidacy. Should you become President of the United States, it is your duty to command the trust and respect of our men and women in uniform as well as their obedience. This will be impossible unless you promptly and unequivocally reject Mr. Moore’s support. In 2004, Mr. Moore posted material that praises the terrorists who are murdering American service members as “Minutemen” who “will win.” This material is still online at his Web site.
The Iraqis who have risen up against the occupation are not “insurgents” or “terrorists” or “The Enemy.” They are the REVOLUTION, the Minutemen, and their numbers will grow — and they will win. Get it, Mr. Bush?
Those small town Pennsylvanians who cling to their guns and religion have something else in common that you forgot to mention. They, and millions of decent Americans like them, support our men and women in uniform even if they disagree with the war. Decent Americans have NO use for ANYBODY who cheerleads for terrorists who murder our service members. We use the word “murder” deliberately because only a uniformed enemy combatant who is fighting in accordance with the laws of war can legally kill an American soldier. Any of Mr. Moore’s “Minutemen” who disguises himself as a civilian for this purpose is guilty of murder.
Mr. Obama, voters need to know whether you are with our Armed Forces or the terrorists. If you reject Michael Moore’s endorsement without hesitation or equivocation, you are with our men and women in uniform. If you fail to do so, voters will be fully justified in drawing their own conclusions.
Next we come to your solicitation and acceptance of’s support. In 2007, published a large ad in the New York Times with a picture of General David Petraeus, a distinguished officer whose numerous service ribbons and skill badges underscore his dedication to our country’s Armed Forces. Under his picture were two defamatory statements: an accusation that he was “cooking the books” for the White House (i.e. lying, cause for expulsion from the U.S. Military Academy) and “betrayal.” is still displaying this insult at its Web site, as of April 22 2008. Your solicitation and acceptance of’s endorsement makes you a party to this insult to General Petraeus, and therefore an insult to every decent American who understands the meaning of “Duty, Honor, and Country.” If you continue to stand with, the concept of an officer and gentleman like General Petraeus, or even a buck private, having to call you “Sir” is sickening.
We therefore call upon you to reject and denounce without equivocation the endorsement of, and apologize to General Petraeus, the Armed Forces of the United States, and the country in general for soliciting it in the first place. To be quite frank, we do not expect you to do so. This is clear from the fact that Tim Russert and Hillary Clinton had to back you into a corner during a national debate before you would “reject” the support of Louis Farrakhan. It is clear from your statement that you “would have” resigned from the Trinity United Church of Christ had Jeremiah Wright not retired. You could have resigned before his hate speech became a liability to your campaign, and we think the latter consideration–expedience as opposed to right and wrong–is the principal consideration in everything you do. It is therefore only fair to invite you to prove us wrong by rejecting the support of Michael Moore and

Monday, February 11, 2008

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We, the undersigned condemn the Berkeley City Council’s treasonous attack on US Marine Recruiters stationed in their city. We ask that Congress cut off funds from any and all municipal entity within the confines of the city of Berkeley, California, until such time as the city council withdraws it’s action.
The City Council has voted to tell the Marines their downtown recruiting station is not welcome and “if recruiters choose to stay, they do so as uninvited and unwelcome guests.”
The measure passed last week by a vote of 8-1.
The council also voted to explore enforcing a city anti-discrimination law, focusing on the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
In a separate item, the council voted, also 8-1, to give the Marxist protest group Code Pink a parking space in front of the recruiting office once a week for six months and a free sound permit for protesting once a week.

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