there are 10 thing which i know about Obama and which will never allow me to vote for him
1. He did break the promise of public financing
2. he spent 20+ years in racist’s Church of Jeremiah Wright
3. He never disclosed his internet donors
4. he is affiliated with Acorn which is involved in voter registration fraud
5. he did nothing in his life other than writing books about himself and his father
6. he is proven plagiarist
7. he is playing race card all the time
8. he is going to spread wealth around taking from those who made it to give to those who need it ( classical socialism)
9. he is tied not only with terrorists Bill Ayers style but with his radical Islamic relatives
see this :
10.he has on the ticket another certified plagiarist and another demagogue who did nothing other than speeches who in addition he is obvious idiot ( and they are dare to smear Sarah Palin, Having cretin Biden on the ticket))
and one more: he never voiced an oppstion to corrupted democrats such as Pelosi, Dodd , Frank, Rangel and others …never
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I just watched on TV as the Former Secretary of State Lawrence S. Eagleburger called Barack Obama a charlatan. I thought it will make a news. No way! Silence over the internet and overt the news outlets
“Governor,…I do not even share your view about Barack Obama. I think he is a charlatan… I think he is a phony… I am sorry but I do….I have all sorts of evidence for it starting with the way he raises money without any responsibility, spends it and then has the ACORN running around trying to keep show that the right voters vote…”
There are two places wher I found the quote :
one is www.urlfan.com and another is molodova.org
Molodva is the former soviet union republic seems more informed about USA politic when it goes to negative to Obama comments. Thank you Moldova for keeping us informed!
Can you imagine how comment of anybody of Eagleburger’s status would be all around all our “free” press if it would be about McCain or Sarah Palin?
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interesting article : Another Poll Shocker – Obama Loses 2/3rds Of His Lead In One Week
and very interesting reader’s comment in the discussion:
Here’s an anecdote. I received a robo call from Rasmussen earlier this year (during the primaries). The reason I picked up the phone was because the name “Rasmussen” came up on the caller ID!! Gee, I wonder who this is? OK I’ll play. The robo call then led you through a series of questions, to which you responded by typing in a number from your phone (e.g. “on a scale of 1 – 9 please describe yourself, very liberal = 1, very conservative = 9″). You could, of course, pass yourself off as anything from Bob the rightwinger to Bob the progressive! Since you don’t talk with a live person, it would be difficult to detect mischief with this approach.
So the question is – How accurate is a “random” poll when poll-ee can refuse to answer (i.e. not pick up the phone) or, knowing who the pollster is (as in my case) can deliberately give false answers (I didn’t BTW)? The traditional measures of “margin of error” go right out the window, and the accuracy of such polls should be questioned. And I’m sure the collection techniques of other pollsters are just as bad as Rasmussen’s…
comment by archtopon 30 Oct 2008 at 3:32 pmon
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Absolutely excellent point by John Keitel of digitalartpress blog :” If Barack Obama died and Joe Biden became President House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would be a heartbeat away from the Presidency. Joe Biden is old, just a old a McCain. “ ( read it )
So Pelosi is two hart beats from presidency and what commander-in-chief’s experience she has?? What are we going to do with that ?
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OK, Palin’s daughter is pregnant.
Would we know about that if she would have an abortion? We would not. So in eyes of democrats Palin ‘s daughter is “punished by a baby”
as their messiah defined that.
We need real not corrupted honest politicians and guess what? All of them are real mortal people. I would rather accept VPs daughter not planed pregnancy than I would accept my potential president who voluntarily for all life of his daughters kept them in a racist church.
Obama raised his daughters under a guidance of Jeremiah Right ! Tell me who is better parent , Palin whose daughter pregnant or Obama who raised her daughters feeding them poisonous ideas of certified racist?
Understood , they will not leave Palin alone, but at least admit that if it would be Obama’s daughter a baby would be already slaughtered without a noise to avoid a “punishment by a baby”.
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I have no time to write for my blog: business is going very well and takes all my time. However few notes I have to post. As a Floridian republican I am going to vote in Florida Republican primary tomorrow and my vote goes to Mitt Romney!
Why not McCain?
Because , in addtion to everything I wrote previously( here and here):
McCain’s attack on Romney with accusations that Romney has a timetable for withdrawal : it is a lie. And it is disgusting when a candidate such a McCain, who built a campaign on “higher than others moral ground” is lying. The fact that Romney is willing to discuss an end of Iraq war (not a timetable!!!) is a very good sign for me. It shows that Romney is a real pragmatist and as such he sees that we have a mission in Iraq and as long as soon as that mission is completed, we have no further business there. Romney is not for capitulation, Romney is not for withdrawal due to ideology. Romney is for victorious end of the war, is anything wrong with ending the war victoriously and going home? McCain wants us to stay in Iraq forever and wants our troops to serve and protect Iraqis (which is very silly in my view). I do not want our troops there in harms ways serving Iraqis. So Romney position is clear: get the job done, take care of results and then get out!
2. McCain is continuously mocking the fact that Romney is rich and therefore spending his wealth for elections. Since when it is a stigma to be rich in America?
I am for Romney because:
• Romney is smart, unlike McCain (who was ranked fifth from the bottom in a class of about 800 graduates) Romney was a brilliant student
graduated from a joint Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration program coordinated between Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School. He graduated cum laude from the law school and was named a Baker Scholar for graduating in the top five percent of his business school class. McCain, on other hand, graduated near the bottom of his class from Annapolis Naval Academy. (read more)
• Romney is successful, he is campaigning in depth and seriously (unlike Thompson and Giuliani).
• Romney is a man of moral convictions and does not play with his faith as McCain does: today McCain is “Episcopalian,” tomorrow Baptist, after tomorrow he might be a Mormon.
• He is a successful guy and a proven manager (which by definition make him an excellent leader) as I wrote previously. I see no contradiction between leader and manager.
If not Mitt Romney who can be a better president ?
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