Friday, November 14, 2008

How Scared Were Liberals Of Joe The Plumber? Ohio Dems Tried To Screw Him!

First they lie about doing the illegal searches and then they lie a spinning tail about why they did the searches. These clowns are almost, almost, making Taft look good.

Joe the Plumber case still dripping
The election is over, but the Joe the Plumber case is not.

Ohio Inspector General Tom Charles said his office is now looking at a half-dozen agencies that accessed state records on Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher.

The Beacon Journal has learned that, in addition to the Department of Job and Family Services, two other state offices — the Ohio Department of Taxation and Ohio Attorney General Nancy Rogers — conducted database searches of Joe the Plumber.

Wurzelbacher became an instant celebrity after he asked Barack Obama a series of questions in his Toledo driveway about the Democrat's tax policies.

In the third debate between Obama and Republican John McCain on Oct. 15, the candidates referred to Joe the Plumber more than 20 times.

The next day, the taxation department conducted two separate searches of a database of liens for unpaid taxes that were certified to the Ohio Attorney General's Office for collection.

It appears that the millions of dollars spent by Obama didn't seem enough. Nor the millions spent by groups like ActBlue, the unions and all the other out of state groups. The fraudulent voter registrations, students from everywhere but Ohio voting, busing people into the state to bus drunks and bums to the instant registration/vote stations and having the media in the tank for their boy seemed not enough.

Joe the Plumber must've swung a heavy wrench the day he questioned Obama. He scared them to death. So much so the little creeps had to search every nook and cranny of his life to try and smear him with their buddies in the media.

Lungren Should Not Unseat Boehner

Boehner to Face Leadership Challenge
ABC News' Rick Klein Reports: A conservative California congressman announced Friday that he's mounting a leadership challenge to House Minority Leader John Boehner, as the GOP continues to assess the fallout from last week’s election losses.

Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Calif., becomes the first rank-and-file House member to announce his intent to challenge the top House Republican in next week’s leadership elections. The No. 2 and No. 3 House Republicans have said they’re stepping down from their posts, but Boehner is seeking another term as minority leader.

“I am embarking on this effort because I think our Party is in trouble,” Lungren wrote in a letter to colleagues Friday afternoon. “If we don’t admit our difficulties and address them aggressively, we not only run the risk of becoming a permanent Congressional Minority but we will do a disservice to our nation.”

John Boehner is a great example of the American dream of pulling oneself up by the bootstraps and a damned fine legislator who knows the House of Representatives well. His staff is first rate and they assist him in not only representing his district, but also to represent a rock solid conservative view to Congress. In this task, based on good thinking and solid research, Rep. Boehner is able to work with all members because they respect and trust him as a honorable man. He also has a helluva sense of humor.


Truck Stop

After Blowing Off Petreaus, Obama To Meet With Anti War Veterans As Expected

From This Ain't Hell and rather than read this, you should read Jonn Lilyeas' coverage

IVAW gets a seat at Obama’s table
When he was running to be everyone’s president, Barack Obama wouldn’t meet with General Petreaus while the general was commanding our efforts in Iraq. But now, it seems his staff will sit down with IVAW. Read the rest HERE.

While doing his sermon for the mounted in Germany, Obama blew off our wounded troops to shop and work on his abs, but he is going to have his staff meet with false soldiers.

Mr Community Organizer Goes To Washington

Over at Pajama Media they have a great article about Obama's bad start to a bad presidency and America's bad choice that will come back to bite her.

Obama’s Very Bad Start

Read the article. It is concise and intuitive.

It all boils down to don't-know.

America didn't/doesn't know Obama. In a decisive campaign of ambiguity, Obama and his main man Axlerod, worked closely with the media to make the chimera man seem full of substance. Most of America has no idea who Obama really is nor are they aware of his proposed agenda. They all think they are getting something or, better yet, they are getting something for free. Boy, are all those voters going to be bummed.

Obama just don't-know. He isn't aware how systems work. He isn't aware of how Washington works. Not a clue on how the world works. He does know that if he wishes hard enough and clicks his heels three time he will get what he wants, just like college, law school, state elections, election to the US Senate and now, the Presidency of the United States of America. He believes that he accomplished all of this. By himself. Boy, is he going to be bummed.

The leaders of the free world and the leaders of countries that wish us ill do not give a whit about the "harsh" realities a community organizer brings to the table, affirmative action nor the magic of being Obama. America may yet exclaim, Boy, we are all bummed.

Obama Bundlers Bought Positions

Less than a quarter of the $600 million Obama raised came from small donors. How many of those small donors gave way over the limit may never be known nor if they were legal citizens nor if they were members of groups and nationalities that oppose America. That's change, but not chump change.

Obama's transition team chock full of bundlers
Though they worked behind the scenes in Barack Obama's campaign for president, bundlers who raised millions of dollars for his White House bid are starting to land significant posts on his transition team.

At least nine of the volunteer fundraisers whose wide networks of colleagues, friends and relatives gave more than $1.85 million to Obama are now positioned to help the president-elect set foreign and domestic policy and identify potential Cabinet appointees.

Top bundlers won special access to top campaign strategists during the general election, and many had a special audience with the Obama in a private tent at Chicago's Grant Park after his acceptance speech. How many will ultimately wind up in his administration is unknown, but several top Obama fundraisers interviewed yesterday said that they anticipate plenty will seek appointments. Two top fundraisers, both speaking on the condition of anonymity, said they had received numerous requests from Obama donors for advice on finding administration jobs.

All along we have been told that situations such as this has poisoned American politics. We've been told this by Democrats. The same Democrats that brought us Tammany Hall so I guess they know that of which they speak.

Everybody knows that money in politics is bad. Except when you need it. Then it's good. Like promising voters that you will pay them a lot of money if only they will vote for you. It's only fair that a candidate knows people are hurting when their cars are 3 years old and there is a bigger crisper flat screen TV that they could be watching while said candidate pays for their kids college. That's the reason to vote for him, because he understands your hurt. As usual, it is not about the money. Unless you are a bundler. Then cars, flat screen TVs and college are chump change.