Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Hillary Clinton - '08 Obama- never

Diehard Hillary Clinton backers stepped up a campaign Wednesday to get their heroine onto the nominating ballot alongside White House hopeful Barack Obama at this month's Democratic convention.

The group Colorado Women Count/Women Vote said it would hold a pro-Clinton parade in Denver on August 26, the second day of the convention when the New York senator is rumored to be given a prime-time speaking slot.

The date is also the 88th anniversary of female suffrage in the United States, and the group said it would press home its demand for Clinton supporters to have a chance to vote for her on the first ballot with Obama.

Even if she has no chance of winning, given Obama's overall lead in the delegate count, such a vote would mark a symbolic confirmation of the nearly 18 million primary votes won by Clinton during her battle for the nomination.

But other pro-Clinton groups such as PUMA (Party Unity My Ass) claim that she could still win the nomination if enough Obama delegates can be persuaded to switch sides at the Denver convention, and are lobbying to that end.

"That is not going to happen!" Clinton told a group of female supporters a week ago, while appearing to back the efforts to get her name on the first ballot as a cathartic exercise for the sake of Democratic unity.

"What we want to have happen is for Senator Obama to be nominated by a unified convention of Democrats," she said.

"The best way I think to do that is to have a strategy so that my delegates feel like they've had a role and that their legitimacy has been validated."

After a bitterly fought primary campaign with Obama, Clinton suspended her drive for the Democrats' presidential nomination in June and then gave her full backing to his election battle against Republican John McCain.

Following a pair of joint fundraisers in New York last month, she is due to hold a rally on Obama's behalf in Las Vegas on Friday and another in Florida on August 21, four days before the start of the Denver convention.

Obama, now safely secure in the party nomination, called Sunday for the renegade states of Michigan and Florida to be restored with full voting power after months of bitterness over their decision to hold early primaries.

That represented an olive branch to Democratic officials and voters in two states that will be vital players in November's presidential election.

Clinton won both unofficial contests, though neither candidate campaigned in Florida, and Obama was not on the ballot on Michigan.

But PUMA and other pro-Clinton groups such as the Just Say No Deal Coalition, vowing never to support Obama, are still threatening to raise a ruckus in Denver.


Monday, August 4, 2008

You loons who support Obama have no clue what a dangerous group you're getting

This isn't the first time I've seen stories of the Obama campaign involved in trying to disrupt online sites opposed to him by tech savvy tactics. Is this what you morons want? Do you not see the bigger picture here? Do you want a replica of China and their lack of freedoms and opposition? this what you really want?
We came across this post by MacRanger at MacsMind [MacsMind Hacking UPDATE] yesterday, where Mac presents “one fact that can’t be explained away”.

On July 22-25 Macsmind was DOS’d (Denial of Service) that originated from three IP addresses that are assigned to Barack Obama’s website. This isn’t a theory but was confirmed via law enforcement through an inspection of the site logs from those dates. The IP address in question;, are all registered via “Go Daddy” under the name

On those dates, beginning at At 5:48PM Central on the 22nd, the hosted server that contained our site was hit by a 1.6 gigabyte flood of illegitimate traffic. The attacks never abated and only stopped when our host provider took us off line.

Spam traffic originating from three IPs assigned to the would seem to be compelling evidence to the disinterested reader. We haven’t been able to reach MacRanger yet, but the real question isn’t “Is the Obama camp involved in this?”

It’s “Will this story be publicized?”
"“Translation: People using computers at the Barack Obama Campaign are using them to systematically hack, attack and shut down websites that don’t agree with him. This is so messed up. It’s some Orewellian type business and it’s stuff like this that makes Obama scary as hell…”"

Thursday, July 31, 2008

The real Barack Obama

The real Barack Obama that the slurping media don't want to discuss or for voters to know about. The RNC has setup a new website called Barck Book to help you get more familiar with who this man really is. Anyone can express memorized pre-written (and stolen) words, but a person's history speaks for who the person really is.

Monday, July 28, 2008

What did Bambi learn on his Iraq visit?

The senator hasn't shown us much yet

Barack Obama's trip to Iraq was so presidential that at moments, he sounded like our current White House resident. When Karen Tumulty of Time asked Obama what he'd learned on his trip, he said, "It confirmed a lot of my beliefs." Lara Logan of CBS asked him if he was ever in doubt that he could lead the country in war as commander in chief, and he answered, "Never."
After seven and a half years of George Bush, we should pause when a man auditioning for president says that the facts confirmed his beliefs and that he's never in doubt. As Obama himself has warned us at other moments, these are signs that a fearless leader may be letting ideology or rigidity steer him in the wrong direction. We know, from his books, if nothing else, that Barack Obama, in fact, goes through life thinking in subtle, nuanced, and interesting ways. He's probably got lots of complex input from his visit to Iraq that he's dissecting and analyzing. But he's not sharing much. And what he has shared on the occasion of his big trip hasn't been very nourishing.

More at Slate

Also read about his Wailing Wall scandal in Israel

More stolen motivational phrases the messiah uses



When all those slobbering bambi websites including CNN show pictures or video of Obama's crowd in Berlin (and elsewhere) do they also take the time to let the viewers/readers know that there was a free rock concert at all these events that are the main reason for the large crowds?

...just curious

Cuomo Still Hasn't Backed Obama

The Albany Times-Union reports former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo (D) still hasn't endorsed Sen. Barack Obama for president because he hasn't been "specific enough."Said Cuomo: "We have these big, big issues, and the political theory is: 'I don't want to get into the specifics, because if I do I'm going to get into trouble.'"

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Obama defends his globe trotting

Bambi returned to a tight U.S. presidential campaign on Sunday and defended his weeklong globe trotting, saying "we did it really well."

"In terms of me governing, being an effective president, that trip was helpful," Obama said. "I've established relationships and a certain bond of trust with key leaders around the world who have taken measure of my positions and how I operate and I think can come away with some confidence that this is somebody I can deal with."

Speaking to a gathering of minority journalists, Obama denied the trip was "audacious...

"Minority journalists" - his only real peer group. Bambi is falling behind in polls, and not trusted by middle America. gee, I wonder why....


Thursday, July 24, 2008

Presidential race tightening in McCain's favor in 4 battleground states

A new Quinnipiac University poll, conducted in partnership with The Wall Street Journal and, shows the race tightening in a few battleground states, which could be good news for Republican candidate John McCain. (Read the full story here.)
But outside of the most prominent question, results from voters in Michigan, Wisconsin, Colorado and Minnesota revealed good news and bad news for both candidates.
The bad news for McCain is that, across all four states, slightly less than 25% of voters said his age made them less likely to vote for him. McCain turns 72 next month. Only a small percentage in each state said Barack Obama’s race made them less likely to vote for him, but polling data for that question tends to be unreliable.
But the upside for McCain is that voters in all four states favor keeping troops in Iraq until the situation is more stable, which is McCain’s plan, as opposed to Obama’s plan to begin an immediate withdrawal with the goal of having troops out in 18 months.
McCain could use that glimmer of hope this week as President George W. Bush agreed to negotiate a “time horizon” with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. And the Iraqi government announced that removing troops by 2010 seemed like a reasonable timeline.
Once again, voters in all four states ranked the economy as their No. 1 concern. Even so, a majority of voters in each state said their own economic situation was “holding steady” as opposed to “getting ahead” or “falling behind.”

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Obama Wants To Be Absolutely Clear on Who Is Israel's Friend

"Let me be absolutely clear," Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, said today at a press conference in Amman, Jordan. "Israel is a strong friend of Israel's. It will be a strong friend of Israel's under a McCain...administration. It will be a strong friend of Israel's under an Obama administration. So that policy is not going to change."

How true.

- jpt

Thank you Jake Tapper (of ABC) for giving us the only briefings on Obama in the msm, that are not provided through rose colored glasses.

P.S. Obama is a fucking moron just like Bush. But you bots keep on making excuses for him... that's what' Bush's sheep did (and do).

Has the "news" - type media done their jobs fully vetting Obama for the American voter?

OBAMA'S PHOTO OP IN AFGHANISTAN - He played hoops - wow

A Chinese news outlet reports bluntly on Obama's visit, his candidacy, and his rock star - biased treatment given by main stream media in our country.
"...Why should Senator Obama, who is now so busy and engrossed with his presidential race, squeezed time of his packed schedule for an overseas trip? It is owed to his two weak factors, or rather the "two soft ribs" exposed during his past half-year race, which were subjected to incessant rebuttals by his Republican rival.

The first is his "military and security soft rib." Compared with a Vietnam War veteran, John McCain, note Republican supporters, Obama is only a "rock star" with a ready tongue, who does not possess the competence and experience for the post of the US commander-in-chief. Obama has never been to Afghanistan and did not visit Iraq over recent years and so he does not know much about the situation on battlefields and his troop withdrawal proposal hence lacks a sufficient base, said an ad from McCain's election committee. He can only indulge in empty talk at home but does not go to heed opinions of US servicemen and officers at battlefields. So, it is a matter of urgency for him to have an "interning" in the military and security realm..."
emphasis mine...

Saturday, July 19, 2008

New Independent Ad Takes A Shot At Obambi

Both Ways Barack

An independent group called Let Freedom Ring has begun to reserve advertising time on national broadcast and cable networks for a commercial that attacks Democratic Sen. Barack Obama as not just a "flip flopper" but someone who "holds two positions at the same time."


A bomb "fell on Pearl Harbor" ? and you morons what this guy in the White House?

Didn't he grow up in Hawaii with his upper middle class white grandparents and go to a nice white middle class school?

Thursday, July 17, 2008

His daughters sat in that church during the hate speach against whites

Chicago politics - dirty politics - it's all the dirty-ridden Obama knows

What do Blair Hull, Jack Ryan, Alice Palmer have in common? Throw Hillary Clinton and John Edwards in that mix of dirty politics that was thrown at them. The topic of dirty games his campaign has used against Hillary and Edwards are bad enough but his dirty unethical immoral political tactics in Chicago should make any good American, any REAL AMERICAN who believes in freedom and the right to have your vote counted, should hate this prick.

Keep in mind that CNN and especially this commentator Don Lemon drool over Obama. Don just loves him on a daily basis and CNN's been despicable in their non vetting of Obama. It's amazing they ran this piece at all. Why wasn't it run during the primaries instead of now? Why isn't this a top story in all media and out there every day to show how dirty and dangerous and arrogant and unqualified the Obama campaign is? Just what is his agenda exactly?

Notice CNN's way of softening the story by using at the bottom of the screen the phrase "Obama's fighting spirit".

"Spirit"? are you kidding me? is this hard hitting unbiased news? "Spirit"? give me a fucking break - It's thuggery with a team of elitist attorneys to hide behind.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Super Delegates rethink their Obama support

I'm not able to keep up and post too much this next week but this breaking news deserved a post. As posted at NoQ there are now 8 SD's who say they'd switch from Obama to Hillary if given the opportunity to vote for her at the convention.
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