October 6, 2008 — Assigned Reading


Palin Says Obama “Palling Around” With Terrorists

(FROM: Associated Press)


“Our opponent … is someone who sees America, it seems, as being so imperfect, imperfect enough, that he’s palling around with terrorists who would target their own country,” She also said, “This is not a man who sees America as you see America and as I see America.”

And she’s absolutely, unequivocally right in every single way. Time and time again, and during a time in his life where he was at his most intellectually and ideologically malleable, Barack Hussein Obama has chosen to associate himself with racists, sexists, anti-Americans, terrorist sympathizers, foreign terrorists, corrupt businessmen and, yes, unrepentant domestic terrorists. Is Obama himself a terrorist? Of course not. Does Obama hate America? Of course not, but he does have a dramatically different vision for our nation, rooted in the ideas and ideals of those with which he has chosen to break bread.

Time and time again, we see the rotted fruit of Barack Obama’s decision-making, especially in terms of choosing people to surround himself with, to serve as mentors, advisers, and confidants. Sarah Palin is correct — he does not see America as you see America, as I see America, and he has chosen to forge relationships with people who feel the same way.

This is a man who, if elected to the highest office in all the land on the fourth of November, will not just raise your taxes, will not just plunder our military and defense spending, will not just expand government beyond our wildest imagination — this is a man who will nominate as little as two and as many as six Justices to the Supreme Court of the United States of America and countless judges to all levels of the federal bench below. Barack Obama, who views the role of the judiciary is to “favor the weak against the strong,” who envisions an America which better fits into the global spectrum, may shape the nature of our politics, culture and world for more than a generation.

N.Y. Times Whitewashes Obama-Ayers Connection

(FROM: American Thinker) As much as I have learned to expect it, I cannot accept it. The overt nature with which the mainstream press shills for Barack Obama continues to blow my mind. Here, in the span of a little more than one month, they have torn apart every aspect of Sarah Palin’s life and family–even going after her pregnant, 17-year-old daughter–yet they patently refuse to do their due diligence in reporting on the Democratic Party nominee’s close ties with a DOMESTIC TERRORIST. Is the whole world upside down? If this were John McCain, if his son’s college roommate’s second cousin’s aunt Sally once served eggs, bacon, grits, toast and jelly to Timothy McVeigh in a north Texas Cracker Barrel, we’d know everything there is to know about it. Here, however … nothing. You know, I hope this Berg lawsuit pans out, if for no other reason than to completely embarrass the American mainstream media. Something needs to happen to shake the confidence of the average American in their news outlets.

McCain Cancels Michigan Campaign
(FROM: Human Events) Now, I know that Barack Obama will likely clean up in Detroit, Dearborn and Ann Arbor, and I know that the economy has been rough up there for a long while, but this just doesn’t send the right message. Sarah Palin was right — she and her husband should have a go at it, should get up to Flint to talk to some people and assure them that tax hikes and bloated government just isn’t the answer. Get George Romney’s son up there, too. Either way, I don’t tend to believe the polls, any of them, and wonder just how wise a move this was for John McCain. He wasn’t that far back, either, even if the polling data is to be believed.

Pelosi ‘Uncertain’ Whether Congress Should Bail Out California
(FROM: CNS News) Are you kidding me? Here’s a thought for that God-forsaken state … shut the border and quit giving half of your citizens a free ride. When push comes to shove, I don’t necessarily mind if my General Tso’s Chicken and Moo Goo Gai Pan is cooked by a couple of dudes named Jose and Rodrigo — just make sure they’re here legally and paying their fair share, okay? In the meantime, Nancy Pelosi can kiss my sweet and sour rectum.

Biden’s Fantasy World
(FROM: The Wall Street Journal) From the moment I read the first paragraph of this piece, which should hit newsstands today, I knew for sure that I was going to like it and that I wanted to share it with y’all.

In the popular media wisdom, Sarah Palin is the neophyte who knows nothing about foreign policy while Joe Biden is the savvy diplomatic pro. Then what are we to make of Mr. Biden’s fantastic debate voyage last week when he made factual claims that would have got Mrs. Palin mocked from New York to Los Angeles?

If the double-standard in the mainstream press wasn’t so exasperating and dangerous, it would be absolutely hilarious. The problem, however, is how we get ourselves out of this mess, how we escape from this stranglehold the media has on our reality, not in fact a true reality but rather an agenda set in editorial board rooms across the nation.

RNC Demands FEC Probe Obama’s Donations
(FROM: Newsmax) As I’m just now working my way through many of the campaign finance-related forms used in such campaigns in my Election Law class, I can tell you that an accounting problem would be almost impossible to avoid — especially with Barack Obama’s situation, where his campaign flunkies have done an unbelievable and commendable job with regard to soliciting donations. It must have really freaked Hillary Clinton out, mid-primary, to see that while she was holding her own donation-wise against Obama, he was getting the same amount or better at the end of each month but was doing so in small-increment donations from a huge number of people, rather than Hillary’s fewer donors who all donated the maximum. Regardless, this needs to be investigated, and I hope it is done so as strenuously as it would be done should John McCain have been under the same scrutiny.

Oliver North: What the Media Isn’t Reporting
(FROM: Human Events) Why should we expect the media to report on any sign of progress in the Global War on Terror? I mean, seriously, we’ve got less than a month left until Election Day … shouldn’t the press be asking Barack Obama to show them how he works his glutes? In all seriousness, the progress is fantastic, and it is completely and totally due to the bravery, courage, resolve, instinct and intelligence of our fighting men and women overseas. And don’t forget their families at home. If any of y’all fall into those two categories, current or former soldiers or families, thank you whole-heartedly for doing all that you do.

Supermodel Sees Contradiction in McCain-Palin’s Pro-Life, Pro-Hunting Views
(FROM: CNS News) That’s funny, you see, because I see a contradiction in the perspective of those who want so badly to save the whales and the kangaroo rat and the polar bears and the arctic wolves and the moosen (that’s plural for “moose,” like “ox” and “oxen,” in case you didn’t know) yet refuse to think twice about the 40 million unborn children who have been denied a chance at life outside the womb. I wasn’t always pro-life, either. I adhered firmly to the pro-choice mentality until my daughter was born at 34 weeks and left the hospital a week later weighing four pounds, 15 ounces. But it wasn’t her small size that made me think — it was the size of the baby boy next to her in the Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit who had been born at 26 weeks and, despite his teeny tiny feet and toes and eyes and ears, was just as alert as the munchkins in the full-term nursery next door. It took that baby’s open eyes to open mine, and it’s a crying shame that others haven’t opened their eyes as well. You know, shortly after my daughter was born, a baby born at a south Florida hospital at 21 weeks finally went home happy and healthy. Ten years ago, 21 weeks was impossible. All matters of religion and such aside, without knowing what tomorrow will bring in terms of science and progress, how can we in good faith continue down this path as we do today?

“ASSIGNED READING” SPECIAL SECTION:
Fannie, Freddie, Barney Frank’s Fanny, and the Economic Crisis in America

Why Barney Frank Resisted Additional Regulation of Fannie Mae
(FROM: American Thinker)

Michelle Malkin: Dear Congress … Put the Gun Down
(FROM: CNS News)

Fannie Mae’s Easy Credit
(FROM: American Thinker)

For Bailout to Work, Housing Market Needs to Mend
(FROM: Townhall)

Ann Coulter: They Gave Your Mortgage to a Less-Qualified Minority
(FROM: Human Events)

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  1. onetrueuber says:

    I'm still looking for people to start paying attention to Obama's Odinga problem.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8QcpdUtxNQ&feature=related

    People need to know this information. Why did Obama support this socialist on our dime? Someone who is an agitator, someone who's deeply involved in ethnic cleansing, someone who's sold out to Islam to get their support?

    Interesting how Odinga's mantra is for Change.

  2. onetrueuber says:

    More on Obama/Odinga:

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2098221/posts

    This is much worse than Ayers folks. This actually confirms what we know about him from his Ayers connection.

    Read post 3 on that page for more details as to how damning this connection really is.

    Here’s a sampler though:

    Obama’s Pal uses “Rape as a Weapon”

    More brutal and gory details of the man Obama unequivocally supports. Obama is so busted. This is more than bad judgment, this is scary. A Jacksonian who has done yeoman’s work in substantiating Odinga’s nefarious Arab ties and his hand in the ongoing violence that has all of Kenya in its barbaric clutches. Inconceivable horror. Gang raping little girls and boys as many as ten times. That’s just the tip of the iceberg.

    Please read this. Please spread this video around.

    Before it’s too late.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m not a conservative, but Stephen Bainbridge is right on: while Congress did much to cause the housing crisis, many of the claims made by Malkin, Coulter et al about minority borrowers are false–and shameful.

    http://www.stephenbainbridge.com/punditry/comments/they_make_you_embarrassed_to_be_a_conservative/

    Brad
    Ann Arbor Socialist

  4. Anonymous says:

    I blame the democrats. They refused to vote for oversight and they just wanted the government to give away free houses to people who couldn’t afford them. The second blame goes to the people who signed mortgage docs who couldn’t afford it and lived beyond their means.

  5. BillDemo says:

    Footage of Obama and Odinga campaiging together in Kenya.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6eVVVKFHu0

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