Sunday, November 23, 2008

Code Pink Whores Give Finger to Western World

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Those aren't Peace Signs!

The spoiled whores who make up the Democratic Party's Code Pink group arrived in Tehran Friday in order to support the corrupt, facist Iranian regime. The Code Pink Whores who were last seen raising large amounts of money for Barack Obama and attempting to storm the dias during the Republican National Convention are now supporting a regime that stones women for being raped, it is a regime that beats women on the street for showing their hair, a wrist, an ankle or for simply being unescorted. That these washed-up sixties whores are now supporting a nation that is poised to revive Hitler's Final Solution by eliminating the Jewish state of Isreal should be a lesson to all freedom loving Americans, the Democratic Party harbors fascists.

The leader of the American facist group is Medea Benjamin. Born Susan Benjamin she chose the name Medea, a Greek mythological figure (godess?) who murdered her sons. Nice choice and way to honor your parents! For the record the woman has two daughters and no sons. Nearly fourty years ago Medea moved to Cuba but left after two years because the Cuban government would not honor her free speech rights. So yeh, the woman has some pretty serious mental problems.

Medea is married to Kevin Danaher, the author of the following:

Building the Green Economy: Success Stories from the Grassroots. With Shannon Biggs and Jason Dove Mark. (September 2007) PoliPoint Press. ISBN 978-0977825363

Insurrection: The Citizen Challenge to Corporate Power. With Jason Dove Mark, foreword by Arianna Huffington. (2003) Routledge. ISBN 0-41594-677-8

10 reasons to abolish the IMF & World Bank. Forward by Anuradha Mittal. (2001) Seven Stories. ISBN 1583224645

Globalize This! The Battle Against the World Trade Organization and Corporate Rule with Roger Burbach. (2000) Common Courage Press. ISBN 1567511961

Corporations Are Gonna Get Your Mama: Globalization and the Downsizing of the American Dream. (1997) Common Courage Press. ISBN 1567511120

Fifty Years is Enough: The Case Against the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. (1994) South End Press. ISBN 0896084957

It appears that Mr. Danaher is a man who has drifted further and further away from reality during the past 15 years. When you hear people espousing those ideas remember that the people espousing them may very well want you dead or enslaved.

Medea was joined by fellow Code Pink Whore Jodie Evans, a major Obama financial bundler who attempted to storm the dias during Sarah Palin's RNC acceptance speech. That stunt alone should have gotten the members of the Democratic Party to shun this group of facist women. Will Barack Obama finally return the money raised by these wacky fascist-supporting kooks? Will the Democratic Party finally turn their backs on this group of nut-cases? Don't count on it.

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Friday, November 07, 2008

RFK Jr. to EPA!? What - Is Michael Skakel Busy?

What the? The Washington Post is reporting that seriously deranged crank Robert F Kennedy, Jr. is being considered to head the EPA. Remember that stuff that Obama said about "green development", well if it is up to RFK Jr. those words will mean that you will be "green" with envy of those who have energy. Nuclear? Forget it, didn't you see the China Syndrome? Oil? Forget it, Haliburton, Big Oil, Cheney. Coal? Forget it, saw it every year on Christmas morning. Hydro? Forget it, might hurt the salmon. Wind near Hyannisport? Forget it, might spoil my view. Tidal? Forget it, might hurt the fish...

Look, I'm willing to give Mr. Obama a chance but appointing RFK Jr. to head the EPA wouldn't give us Americans much of a chance. Besides, I would like to think that even the Obama people aren't ready for a guy who sounds like the winner of a Katherine Hepburn Drag Queen contest at the helm of the EPA.

Hat Tip: Instapundit, Reason

Flying Debris discussed Robert F Kennedy, Jr. over two years ago here.

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Thursday, November 06, 2008

Leftists Call Rahm A "Racist"?

As my congressman Rahm Emanuel has been named President-Elect Obama's Chief of Staff I thought that I would repost a piece from about a year ago in which I defended Mr. Emanuel from the charge of racism leveled at him by Kos himself. This is from November 10, 2007:

Okay, if it takes a "member of the vast right-wing conspiracy" to defend Rahm Emanuel (D-IL) then things are not going all that swimmingly over on the other side of the pool. Yesterday, Markos Moulitsas of the Daily Kos asked whether Rahm Emanuel is a racist. A few weeks ago I read a comment stream on Ellen's Tenth... concerning Rahm and Rep. Mark Kirk (R-IL) that was bizarre even for those folks. So what the heck is going on?

Methinks that some folks are trying to move any blame concerning the current congress away from the more outwardly liberal Pelosi and toward the more centrist Emanuel. Some commenters over at Ellen's place and on the regressive Daily Kos don't seem to understand what Rahm did last year. He recruited good centrist candidates in vulnerable districts around the nation and not only were those candidates successful but they gave the Democratic Party its current House majority. Amusingly one or more of the commenters thought that Rahm had attended high school with Mark Kirk, Rahm attended New Trier West at the same time that Mark attended New Trier East, so to answer one commenter, no Rahm did not beat up Mark in high school.

As I have noted a few times on this blog I have met and talked politics with Rahm on numerous occasions as we have mutual friends. In addition, as I wrote here, I have voted for Rahm, he is my congressman. This is in no way an endorsement of most of his policies but rather a statement that Rahm is generally reasonable, I certainly have taken him to task on this blog but I have also been supportive where need be.More to the point, last year I talked to Rahm about the world of political blogging in general and the Daily Kos in particular, I wrote about that conversation here and here. The first time that I wrote about that conversation was before the 2006 election and I noted:

During our recent conversation we discussed the then upcoming Connecticut Senate primary and the involvement of certain blogs in the race. The conversation was private so I will not divulge anything past what one could reasonably discern from his public statements. Mr. Emanuel was animated at the mention of those blogs and he genuinely seemed to understand the possible problems that some of those bloggers and their readers could pose for the image of the Democratic Party. We were in a public place so those comments were made to me with a somewhat hushed voice; this district has a very large population of committed left wing moonbats.

A few days later I had a chance to speak to one of our mutual friends, a man who is one of the original Friends of Bill (Clinton), and we both agreed that although Mr. Emanuel uses the red meat rhetoric of the left wing, he was much more practical and down to earth than he often sounds. This gentleman (the FOB) said that he wasn’t surprised that Mr. Emanuel was leery of the left side of the blogosphere and that he was trying to blunt their effect on the party, Mr. Emanuel has always struck this Southern gentleman as more down to earth than the leftists who are in ascendancy in the Democratic Party.

After the election I wrote:

Last summer I had the chance to discuss politics with my Congressman, Rahm Emanuel; during that conversation (see this post) we discussed the problems that the unhinged left could cause for the Democrats. He clearly understood those problems and voiced serious concerns about them. As it is now after the election I feel less constrained to discuss our largely private conversation. He was very animated while discussing the folks over at the Daily Kos, saying that they had never won anything; on that point he sounded like a conservative blogger. Because Mr. Emanuel worked so closely with the Clintons I had no problem bringing up that issue with him, after all the triangulation strategy also relies on the center and the right. I believed then, as I believe today that the nation is better off without one of our two political parties going off of the deep end. He understood my concerns and as I said, he was as animated as one could be as an office holder in a public place in an area populated by very liberal people. At the end of our conversation I wished him well in his attempt to bring the party towards the center. Clearly Mr. Emanuel’s strategy was to find candidates who appeared to be centrist; they also seemed to lean towards former servicepersons. He certainly was successful.

Okay, so Rahm Emanuel is too centrist for Markos of the Daily Kos and the average leftists in the Democratic Party, that is a dog bites man story, or as President Clinton might say, that dog won't hunt. The interesting aspect is how this internecine warfare will affect the next election, which by the way is 51 weeks from next Tuesday. Rahm's concerns during the last election cycle centered around the tendency of some in the Democratic Party to undertake unproductive political projects and to be, for the lack of better phrasing, somewhat obnoxious. He also repeatedly pointed out in reference to Kos people, "they have never won anything."

 Rahm left his post at the Democratic Congressional Committee and is currently the Chair of the Democratic Caucus, it is his actions in that office that currently have him in hot water with the Kos crowd. Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md) is currently in charge of the Democratic effort to keep control of the House so he may be the next one under the Kos gun.

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Barney Bit Reuters White House Reporter

Did Cheney have anything to do with this?

Hat Tip: Jamie Wearing Fool

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Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Save Norm Coleman's Senate Seat

Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Mn) won by 700+ votes and that triggered a recount. Coleman needs volunteers, money and help, the Democrats are good at taking these recounts.


Congratulations and Best Wishes to Barack Obama and His Family

 I certainly disagree with him but I wish Barack Obama, his family and his administration the very best. They are in my prayers as is the nation. My congressman Rahm Emanuel (D-IL), a man I have talked politics with over the years, is being rumored as a possible White House Chief of Staff, I wrote about one of our conversations in Leftists Call Rahm a Racist?  Big stuff for a tough, competent guy. Good luck Rahm.

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Will the Bush Administration Take the "O"s?

 Will the Bush team pull a Democratic move and take all of the "O" keys from the West Wing computer keyboards like the Clinton team did to the incoming Bush administration and the "W" keys? Somehow I doubt it.

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Bolsheviks Storm Winter Palace!

As Democratic trickster Dick Tuck once said after losing an election in California, "the people have spoke, the bastards."


Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Obama to Visit His Vote Fraudsters in Indiana

Obama will spend part of Election Day in Indiana, a state where his campaign has been pulling their vote-fraud scams. Watch your wallet Indiana.

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Obama Campaign Knew of Illegal Aunt

According to an associate of Obama campaign manager David Axelrod the Obama campaign was well aware of Obama's Aunt's illegal residency status. It really has to make one wonder how Obama will enforce the laws of our nation but it also says a lot about Barack and Michelle Obama, two Harvard educated lawyers who did nothing to assist Barack's Aunt make her way through our immigration courts. It is hard to look at this story and not think that the Obama's are a couple of spoiled, self-centered jerks.

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2% of Obama Voters Beleive He Is "Qualified"

See this Gallup poll. The other 98% must be divided between, "he's cute", "he relieves my guilt", "he was the best winger that the Manchester United ever had" and "I'm really high."


Monday, November 03, 2008

Democrats on Obama Vote Fraud

We Will Not Be Silenced by Gigi Gaston.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

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Chicago Braces For Election Night

The south end of Chicago's Loop, which is just a few blocks west of where Obama will make his speech tomorrow night contains a number of Federal courthouse and bureaucratic buildings surrounding the Federal Plaza and this week those buildings are now very well guarded by armed Federal Police with dogs. The streets running through Grant Park will be closed and the City has said that they expect 1 million people to go downtown on election night. What will they do if he loses? As the nation has seen Chicago has more than its fair share communists and anarchists, it's an historical thing here but it's also a danger on nights like the one that tomorrow would be if John McCain beats all expectations and wins the Presidential Election. Those people like to take advantage of crowds for cover and to attempts at playing a crowd's madness.

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