Friday, October 31, 2008
Get off my plane Judas
Journalists from three major newspapers that endorsed John McCain have been booted from Barack Obama's campaign plane for the final leg of the presidential race.The Washington Times reported Friday that it was notified of the Obama campaign's decision Thursday evening -- even though the paper has covered Obama from the start.Executive Editor John Solomon told FOXNews.com that the Obama campaign said it didn't have enough seats on the plane, but "I don't think the explanation makes sense to us.""We've been traveling since 2007 with him. ... We're a relevant newspaper -- every day we break news," Solomon said. "And to suddenly be kicked off the plane for people who haven't covered it as aggressively or thoroughly as we are ... it sort of feels unfair."He said the newspaper protested but was turned down again by the campaign."I can only hope that the candidate who describes himself as wanting to unite the nation doesn't have some sort of litmus test for who he decides gets to cover the campaign," Solomon said, noting that the Obama campaign's decision came just two days after the paper endorsed McCain.
If you don’t make me glow, you gotta go.
Freedom of Speech part two, Democrats in action
A Federal Communications Commission investigation of on-air military analysts is providing a glimpse of what Democrats and an Obama administration will do to critics once they capture Washington.The FCC has sent letters to some of the nation's most prominent military analysts -- some of them pro-President Bush and pro-war -- suggesting they may have broken the law when they appeared on television stations to comment on and explain the war on terrorism.The FCC investigation raises the question of whether a Democrat-controlled Congress and White House next year will investigate -- and perhaps criminalize -- all sorts of actions taken by the Bush administration. Obama is leading in all presidential polls, while Democrats are set to greatly increase their hold on the House and Senate.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Freedom of Speech.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Article 50 [Expression](1) In accordance with the interests of the people and in order to strengthen and develop the socialist system, citizens of the USSR are guaranteed freedom of speech, of the press, and of assembly, meetings, street processions and demonstrations.(2) Exercise of these political freedoms is ensured by putting public buildings, streets, and squares at the disposal of the working people and their organizations, by broad dissemination of information, and by the opportunity to use the press, television, and radio.
AUSTRALIA will join China in implementing mandatory censoring of the internet under plans put forward by the Federal Government.The revelations emerge as US tech giants Google, Microsoft and Yahoo, and a coalition of human rights and other groups unveiled a code of conduct aimed at safeguarding online freedom of speech and privacy.The government has declared it will not let internet users opt out of the proposed national internet filter.The plan was first created as a way to combat child pronography and adult content, but could be extended to include controversial websites on euthanasia or anorexia.
BEIJING AND SAN FRANCISCO – In prisons across China, inmates languish for committing "political crime" - anything from starting an illegal newspaper, trade union, or unofficial religious church, or speaking a democracy slogan in public.China is not a liberal state with tolerant laws, as its leaders agree. President Bush, showing solidarity with Christians who are sometimes arrested here, Sunday visited an official Protestant church in Beijing on the last leg of an Asia trip that has stressed what Mr. Bush called the "universal" value of freedom of expression.
Regarding my vote for McCain
A day of contemplation.
Thoughts on the election
I am convinced that if Obama wins the Liberals will pull out all the stops and run with Socialism Unleashed in Congress. This will have the expected and historically demonstrated effect if massive inflation, recession, and high unemployment. The funniest thing will be watching the press try and explain how this is a great economy.
I understand how the pain of those years will be uncomfortable, but it appears that there aren't enough of us who remember the Carter years. So our Children will have to live it to understand.
Just like with Carter, a voice will come from the country, and we'll rally behind them. In 1980, this was Ronald Reagan. In 2012, this may well be Palin, or Jindal. We wouldn't have had Reagan without Carter. We may have to endure Obama to move forward.
If McCain is elected, I believe the Liberals have taught him what we conservatives couldn't. The NY Times is no friend to Republicans. After the election, you can expect the liberals to again try and tempt the Maverick. I hope he will tell them to stuff it.
If he dies in office, we get Palin, who I honestly believe will do just fine.
I believe that this election has demonstrated once again that the era of the Blue Blood Country Club Replicans is over. McCain ran as a "Moderate" Republican, trying to be acceptable to the Democrats, and the liberal elites. This worked fine, getting McCain many eloquent and lovely endorsements. When he was the last Republican standing, the press turned on him in an instant. The liberals did pretend to love him, when he was fighting Republicans.
This election clearly demonstrates that you can't accomidate a Democrat, they aren't your friends, they are just the Hate America, Blame America, lunatics that we've been telling the Maverick they are.
Liberals are a scourge, and this election clearly shows they are untrustworthy pathological liars.
We can only hope the Republican Leadership has taken note.
-- Post From My iPhone
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Democrats drooling at chance for one party rule.
Liberal Lies: Supporting the troops
Monday, October 27, 2008
The Audacity of Lies
Obama's campaign should be renamed to the audacity of lies.
Obama audio burning up the Net.
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Code Pinkos surrender in Berkley
The Code Pinkos were the group of aged hippies who got free protest permits and free parking from the very supportive Berkley City Council, and promised to run the Marines out of town. Despite all the support from the Council they have surrendered form their mission of defeating the Marines.
Good riddence to the Hate America first Pinkos.
NOTE: I am trying to link to Michelle's web but may have screwed it up. I'll fix it before too long if so. Here is a screen shot of the sale announcement. The party is probably the patriotic citizens cheering the group leaving.
-- Post From My iPhone
Team Sarah update
As you can see, some thirty thousand of us have joined to support Sarah Palin and her one outstanding trait. Her honest conservative idealism is very welcome in my opinion.
I wanted to commend the women who organized this, and confirm my support of their actions.
-- Post From My iPhone
Will the NY Times ask for a bailout next?
As one watches the NY Times slide further and further into disrepute, we are left to wonder what is needed to turn them around. Successful media models like Fox News which is more fair and ballanced, and also has a lot of viewers, is one that the NY Times just won't follow.
The reason is obvious. Liberals are essentially delusional. They refuse to believe that Americans aren't Socialist. Liberals won't accept that they are well outside the mainstream of thought. The deny history, pretending that the fantasy version of life is a functional reality. They just won't deal in truth and fact.
So the NY Times circulation is down, they're losing money hand over fist. The Conservative, capitalist view us to figure out what changes should or can be made to return to profitability.
The Liberal Newspaper won't do that. What they will do us eventually ask for a bailout. I'll predict that the Times will even claim that refusing to give them taxpayer money is censorship. I'll even bet that they'll use the term McCarthy in their explanations.
After the election, make sure you tell President McCain that there is to be no bailout for the Times.
--- Posted from my iPhone.
Team Obama spanks Reporter for asking tough questions
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Bakers Dozen fraudulent votes down, only 199,987 left in Ohio
A dozen staffers - including Obama Ohio spokeswoman Olivia Alair and James Cadogan, who recently joined Team Obama - signed a form letter asking the Franklin County elections board to pull their names from the rolls.
The letter - a copy of which was obtained by palestra.net, a Fox News affiliate - came a day after prosecutor Ron O'Brien publicly urged out-of-state campaign workers for both Obama and John McCain to "examine your conscience" before the elections board beings begins opening absentee ballots today.
Barney Frank promises even more Socialism.
Friday, October 24, 2008
Religion of Peace says No Tomboys.
In this AP story, we're informed that girls who behave, work, or dress like boys are a violation of the Religion of Peace.
Thoughts on the election
With the press quick to tell us the election not yet held is already decided and essentially over, and team Obama already planning transition moves. I started to wonder, why the panic exists from team Obama. Incredibly, Obama has brought out the same old scare tactics of every election of my lifetime. You guessed it.
Republicans are going to cut Social Security. The first time I heard this was Carter v. Reagan in 1980. I've heard this tired old lie every election since, and I'm left to wonder why? Could the Obama campaign be that worried about the election? After all, we've been told that only Racists would dare vote against Obama, and the tag racist is one most people would do anything to avoid having hung on them.
What this tells me in reality is that this election is anything but decided. Despite the claims from the press, and the heavily slanted polls, the election is very close. The Liberals wouldn't risk the vote fraud if it was the landslide predicted for Obama.
I think that the liberals are trying to appear confident so as to demoralize the turn out for Republicans.
I could be very wrong, but all I know is that the Democrats are not acting like they've won, they're acting like they may yet lose. They are lying even more, and moving rapidly to destroy any perceived threat. Yes, I've heard about the attacks on Joe the plumber.
We know the press lies, so what makes us think they're telling the truth now?
-- Post From My iPhone
Obama's no tax left behind plan
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Obama and the Democrats to destroy your 401k.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Now, Socialist is a code word for "Black"
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
If Obama's the Messiah, what is Palin?
That's right, Palin is the Devil. This picture was taken in New York City according to the post at Ben Smith's Blog.
Dr. Rubin on the New New Deal.
Monday, October 20, 2008
Obama the Messiah to the Rescue
Senator Obama: Socialist