June 27, 2008 at 6:03 pm | Posted in Obama | 3 Comments

When an Obama supporter hears something she didn’t like she decided to call and complain.The problem is she called the wrong radio show. She intended to call The Quinn & Rose Show, but instead got somebody else who also broadcast from the same building. If you need another example of just how tolerant and caring liberals aren’t. Listen to this caller hope McCain dies before November.

Liberal tolerance on display:


Misinformation 101

June 7, 2008 at 5:54 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I’d like to illustrate just how the liberal media misinforms their readers/viewers. First, take a look at this article in the WaPo entitled, “Government Probes at Least 7 Defense Contracts for Charities.” Here’s some excerpts.

The federal investigation of contracting arrangements between the Pentagon and tax-exempt defense firms in Pennsylvania includes multiple deals that go as far back as 2002 and involve more money than was previously known, according to documents obtained by The Washington Post.

The FBI and the Pentagon’s Defense Criminal Investigative Service issued subpoenas two months ago seeking information about a small intelligence firm called Commonwealth Research Institute, or CRI, and its parent company, Concurrent Technologies. Both firms are registered nonprofit charities based in Johnstown, Pa.

Concurrent was established two decades ago and has almost $250 million a year in revenue. Most of its research, program management and other work is for the Pentagon. It also has received more than $226 million in congressionally directed funding known as earmarks in recent years. CRI is a little-known subsidiary with a handful of employees, several of them working as intelligence consultants to the military.

Now, aside from this piece being placed on Page D01, did you know Commonwealth Research Institute  a Pennsylvania firm, and its parent company, Concurrent Technologies, have received $226 million through earmarks from Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa? Of course not. Why should you? No where in this article does it even mention the name of John Murtha. Cut to the comments section on the WaPo website:

hrobert02 wrote:

Please dig into CRI and CT and I bet you find a religious right-wing connection. The flow of money and jobs to religious nut-jobs both in the Bush regime and in it’s greater family is scary. They are not afraid to make a buck as they do “God’s work,” all part of the new Crusades.

My response:

Is Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa. a religious nut-job Einstein?

I suspect only silence from you whack-job leftists now that you know it’s your beloved John (Our Marines are cold blooded murderers) Murtha. Oh, but, but, but, you support the troops. RIGHT!

Aside from the above commenter’s shear nut-rootery, do you think he has any clue from reading this article that Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa is in anyway involved? Answer: No.

Ask yourself, do you think the author would have left out the name of a republican? Or do you think the publishers would have place this article on Page D01 if it involved a republican? Or would the headline writer, would he pass up the chance to use the words “Republican” or “RNC” or “GOP?” Heck no, if you were wondering.

Anecdotally, this is perfect example of just how the media reports the news but filters out key facts that suite their agenda.

I think Mark Twain said it best when it comes to the “newspaper.”

“If you don’t read the paper, your not informed, if you read the paper, your misinformed!”

BREAKING: Devastating Video Discovery– Obama Associate Talks About His Pro-Palestinian Background

June 4, 2008 at 1:07 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Palestinian activist, Ali Abunimah, discussed Barack Obama’s overnight switch from Pro-Palestinian activist to supporter of Israel.

FOX News released this segment of the interview on Special Report with Brit Hume:

There is more of this video interview at Democracy Now!

Ali Abunimah is the co-founder of the online Pro-Palestinian publication The Electronic Intifada and the author of One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse.

Here is part of the transcript from the interview with Democracy Now from January:

AMY GOODMAN: Ali Abunimah, I wanted to ask you about the candidates in the United States. You’re speaking to us from Chicago, so let’s start with Barack Obama. The stances of the presidential Democratic and Republican candidates on the Israel-Palestine conflict. I can’t remember when in a debate they were asked about the mounting crisis there.

ALI ABUNIMAH: I don’t know if they’ve been asked in a debate, but whenever they have been asked, they have all gone out of their way to express full support for what Israel is doing. Barack Obama is not distinguished from the rest of the pack, except by for how far he has moved to try to appease AIPAC and pro-Israel movements.

I remember, Amy—I knew Barack Obama for many years as my state senator—when he used to attend events in the Palestinian community in Chicago all the time.

I remember personally introducing him onstage in 1999, when we had a major community fundraiser for the community center in Deheisha refugee camp in the occupied West Bank. And that’s just one example of how Barack Obama used to be very comfortable speaking up for and being associated with Palestinian rights and opposing the Israeli occupation. And just yesterday, he apparently sent a letter to Zalmay Khalilzad, the US ambassador at the UN, to urge the US not to allow any resolution to pass criticizing Israel and saying how Israel was forced to impose this barbaric medieval siege on Israel.

None of the other candidates in the mainstream have spoken out for Palestinian rights. The only ones who have taken forceful positions opposing the current US strategy are Dennis Kucinich on the Democratic side and Ron Paul on the Republican side. The mainstream are all perfectly comfortable with the war crimes that Israel is committing, no matter how much they talk about human rights elsewhere.

Barack and Michelle Obama and Professor Edward Said at a May 1998 Arab community event in Chicago at which Edward Said gave the keynote speech. (Bill Baar’s West Side)

The Electronic Intifada reported earlier on how Obama suddenly learned to love Israel.

More… Shocker!! Obama took the endorsement of the Pro-PLO Socialist Party.

h/t: Gateway Pundit

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