Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Obama For President & ACORN - The Same Campaign

Obama doesn't really have much to do with ACORN except he used to work for and with them, legally represented them, gave them over $800,000 and, oh, he gave them donor lists to hit up his maxed out contributors so they could give to ACORN to hire people to go register voters for him.

Former ACORN staffer testifies
A former staffer for an affiliate of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now testified today that the organization was provided a "donor list" from the presidential campaign of Barack Obama in late 2007 for fundraising efforts.

Anita Moncrief, a former Washington, D.C. staffer for Project Vote, which she described as a sister organization of ACORN, said her supervisor told her the list of campaign contributors came from the Obama campaign. Moncrief said she has a copy of a "development plan" that outlines how Obama contributors who had "maxed out" under federal contribution limits would be targeted to give to Project Vote, and that it was her job to identify such contributors.

Moncrief testified that ACORN and Project Vote were virtually identical.

Is there anything Obama doesn't lie about? I think his whole campaign is a lie.

Universal Health Care

Doctors opinions on the Democrat's Universal Health Plan

When a panel of doctors was asked their opinion on the proposed Universal Health Care program, here's what they had to say:

The Allergists voted to scratch it, and the
Dermatologists advised not to make any rash moves.

The Gastroenterologists had sort of a gut feeling about it, but the
Neurologists thought the Administration had a lot of nerve, and the
Obstetricians felt they were all laboring under a misconception.

The Ophthalmologists considered the idea shortsighted;
the Pathologists yelled, 'Over my dead body!' while the
Pediatricians said, 'Oh, grow up!'

The Psychiatrists thought the whole idea was madness,
the Radiologists could see right through it, and
the Surgeons decided to wash their hands of the whole thing.

The Internists thought it was a bitter pill to swallow, and
the Plastic Surgeons said, 'This puts a whole new face on the matter.'

The Podiatrists thought it was a step forward, but the
Urologists felt the scheme wouldn't hold water.

The Anesthesiologists thought the whole idea was a gas, and
the Cardiologists didn't have the heart to say anything.

In the end, the Proctologists left the decision up to some ass in the Administration.

Conservative Third Party Stupidity

Many think the Republican Party is broken. It isn't. They are. At least they have broken the faith with that which they pontificate, a true conservative majority.

Independents, moderate Democrats and traditional working class voters are being dragged to the left by the liberal coalition within the Democrat Party. This should be an opportune moment for conservatives that wish to preserve our Republic, but it isn't because they want to stomp off in a huff, they thinking they are taking their football thus ending the game by rupturing the Party to make it stronger. Hello?

Now moderate Republicans and RINOs are shaping the Party and are moving it left towards a Soros world of Socialist delight with the Democrats.

Any person with a sense of history or current events should be able to grasp the lunacy of third Parties. They do not work. They never have. Oh, they will list the great things they have done, especially how, say in New York, they forced the Republican Party back right, but their great accomplishments are unmeasurable and exist mainly in minds clouded by delusions of greatness.

Party work is hard. It can be stupefyingly boring, it can be confusing, it can be incredibly stressful, but it is the best of America in that consensus and compromise are what make America great. These modern conservatives want change now (sound familiar?) and are now bitching because they are unhappy with John McCain and with the dark and mysterious groups within the party that are really Socialists in Republican clothing. If these damned fools are so prescient where the hell were they when the work for this election cycle was being planned? Where was their voice? Where was their expertise? Where was their organizing skill, their fund raising ability? It sure as hell wasn't helping to reshape the Reagan Republican Party. These 'saviors' were no where to be seen when and where they would have made a difference, but they are now making a difference by not only being not involved, but helping to destroy the Republican Party. Liberals are laughing at you. Liberals are laughing at us.

Some of these vaunted groups, such as the Independent, Libertarian, and Constitution, along with Federalist Republicans, say they will form a new party and sway our nation. What crap. They can't even sway a dwindling Republican Party, but they are going to save the Republic through their unique blend of political acuity and their purity of 'ism?

All they're going to do is build some personal fiefdoms and raise some money. The same money that they decry in the left, but their's will be pure money for a pure and right ideology. Kinda like raising money to stop money raising or steal the vote to prevent it from being stolen (sound familiar II?).

Our Party was built on Faith and faith. Faith in ourselves, what is right and faith in our God. There was a time that party-faithful meant something and it was something good because Party, faith and hardwork accomplished things. Where is your Faith and faith? It isn't residing in the common good.

I pray that John McCain wins, not because I believe him to be the best candidate, but because he is the better viable candidate. If, God forbid, Obama wins, well, you'll make your money, your 'new' Party will get some headlines and you'll feel all self important, but America will be worse off and in many ways you will be responsible. When the bulwarks need manning, you'll be off elsewhere bleeding strength from the effort.

In 10 years America will be still here, maybe better off, maybe not, but your great third Party will have gone the way of the Bull Moose Party leaving in its wake a reversal of 1916 where today's liberal Republicans will take complete control of the Republican Party.

Thanks a lot guys. Really. You're doing a tens of millions of dollars worth of work for free. For Liberals. Save the Republic, indeed.

While you're doing important things like designing your new party logo and getting out your all important fundraising appeals, the rest of us will be doing yeoman's work to help get real Conservatives and Republicans elected.

Chicago Dead Now Voting In Mississippi

This is classic big government mentality which enables classic political corruption. It is not the Daley machine that ruled Chicago with an iron fist or Boss Tweed's Tammany Hall, it is a modern day version of Democrat and leftist groups that are changing the face of corruption.

"Walking around money', traditionally used to buy votes is now handled by large fronts such as ACORN and other "community organizations" as well as groups of progressives, socialists, anarchists, etc., that have founded and formed political groups to buy, intimidate and corrupt the vote. The money, in an ironic twist, 'trickles down' from international groups to American groups to state and local chapters which in turn give money and instructions to local 'unaffiliated' traditional groups to do their bidding, which is to steal elections to gain power.

Money, corruption and the intimidation of voters had long been a staple of the Democratic Party, but the modern incarnation by leftists is a well oiled machine that buys whole societal communities through government bribes, creates chaos and illegal activity at all levels of the electoral process and punishes those that do not toe the line. Meet the perfect storm called the Obama campaign.

This just a current example:

Voter rolls stuffed with dead and absent registrants
Sue Sautermeister, First District Election Commissioner in Madison County, tried to purge the rolls, but ran into trouble when it was discovered it takes a vote of three of the five election commissioners and the purge cannot take place within 90 days of a federal election.
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann is the first to admit the situation with voter registration in this state is terrible.

"It is terrible," he says. "Combined with the fact that we don't have voter ID in Mississippi, anybody can show up at any poll that happens to know the people who have left town or died -- and go vote for them."

"Whenever we have a third party determined by payment, for example, as they did in Benton County -- 'walking-around' money -- and they determine what that vote is going to be, they've taken your vote, whether they may have voted like you would have or not, they've still thwarted the process and they've still have taken your vote away from you," added Hosemann.

Sue Sautermeister is working hard in the First District of Madison County to start a purging of the voter rolls as soon after the election as possible. She has file drawers full of names of people who haven't voted in years and are known to be dead.

"We have people who registered in 1965 who have never voted," she says. "We have 486 people (registered who are) over 105."

Sadly, it was the Press that brought down most corrupt political machines. Today, the Press is part of one.