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Archive for April, 2008

Obama Finally Denounces Reverend Wright, Part 1

Posted by rightwinger on April 29, 2008

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Obama Finally Denounces Reverend Wright, Part 2

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Obama Finally Denounces Reverend Wright, Part 3

Posted by rightwinger on April 29, 2008

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Bill Moyers Interviews Reverend Wright, Part 1

Posted by rightwinger on April 29, 2008

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Bill Moyers Interviews Reverend Wright, Part 2

Posted by rightwinger on April 29, 2008

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From the Left: No Debate or Negotiation Necessary

Posted by rightwinger on April 29, 2008

From Ariana Huffington:

Nevertheless, the traditional media — and most politicians — continue to insist on looking at every issue through a right vs left frame, then assume the answer is found by splitting the difference. I’ve spent much of the last year exploring in my new book, Right is Wrong, coming out today, the three primary reasons for this startling disconnect: the media’s addiction to presenting two sides to every issue even when there is only one, the role of fear in our politics, and the failure of political leadership.

What??? I’m a right winger and still want to see both sides of an issue. This sounds communistic to me. Let’s have government controlled media that shows one side of an issue. Boy this is really original – sort of Marxist I think.

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Even the Left Thinks Reverend Wright Hates America

Posted by rightwinger on April 28, 2008

From Joan Walsh at Salon.com:

But “God damn America” – that’s sweeping. It sounds like it’s the idea of America, its fundamental principles, that he’s rejecting.

But the whole idea that Wright has been attacked over “soundbites,” and if Americans saw his entire sermons, in context, they’d feel differently, now seems ludicrous. The long clips Moyers played only confirm what was broadcast in the snippets (and the longer excerpts out today are even more troubling).

The long excerpt from Wright’s Sept. 16, 2001 sermon was maybe the most disturbing. He compared al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden to African slaves who led slave rebellions in the U.S. He linked the 9/11 hijackers with every decent kind of global freedom-fighter. He linked the killing of American civilians on 9/11 to Americans killing civilians from the Indians to Hiroshima to Bill Clinton’s bombing of Sudan to retaliate against al-Qaida in 1998. I deplore all of those civilian killings as well, but 9/11 was indefensible.

Read the full article for yourself.

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What was that about the Popular Vote?

Posted by rightwinger on April 26, 2008

I’m still hearing people complain that Bush didn’t win the popular vote and that he stole the 2000 election.

Since the Civil War only four Democrats — Jimmy Carter, Lyndon Johnson, Franklin Roosevelt and Samuel Tilden — have won a majority of the popular vote. (Tilden in 1876, lost the Electoral College vote and never became president.)

It has been 32 years since a Democrat won a majority of the popular vote. The last to do so was Carter, who won a whopping 50.1 percent of the votes in 1976. He defeated Republican incumbent Gerald Ford, the man who pardoned Richard Nixon and carried the burden of Watergate and the Vietnam War into the election.

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By the way, Bush won Florida in 2000. The recount proved it.

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The Weather Underground was working with Communist Countries

Posted by rightwinger on April 24, 2008

More on The Weather Underground. They were actively working with the Communists.

For his part, Ayers wasn’t just a terrorist; he was a communist terrorist aligned with and manipulated by Moscow’s communist apparatus, operating through Cuba, against the United States. Many members of the group traveled to Cuba, sometimes to meet with the Vietnamese communists, and others went directly to Hanoi, North Vietnam. One of their stated objectives was to prevent the U.S. from stopping a communist takeover of Vietnam. They succeeded, with the acquiescence of a liberal Congress, which cut off U.S. aid to the South Vietnamese government, and more than 58,000 American soldiers died in vain.

Senator John McCain was an American prisoner of war being tortured by the North Vietnamese communists while Ayers and his comrades were giving aid and comfort to McCain’s torturers.

The FBI was desperate to apprehend Ayers and his comrades because they were operating with foreign support and direction and the dozens of bombings they carried out between 1969 and 1975 did an estimated $100 million in damage. A policeman had been killed in San Francisco by a bomb planted by the Weather Underground at a police station. Seven others were injured. Eight were injured in the Weather Underground bombing of the New York City police department. Fifty-nine policemen were injured in a riot the Weather Underground promoted in Chicago.

In rebuttal, Obama noted that “President Clinton pardoned or commuted the sentences of two members of the Weather Underground, which I think is a slightly more significant act than me serving on a board with somebody for actions that he did 40 years ago.”

The Soros Connection

One of the terrorists pardoned by Clinton was Linda Evans, who became a “Soros Justice Fellow,” named after the controversial left-wing billionaire, George Soros, who spent millions of dollars to defeat President Bush in 2004. She was given a Soros grant to “increase civic participation of former prisoners.”

This is the same Linda Evans, according to an FBI report, who said that during a trip to Hanoi in 1969 she was shown an anti-aircraft gun, cradled it in her arms, and “wished an American plane would fly over.”

Read the article for yourself.

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NC GOP AD

Posted by rightwinger on April 24, 2008

Way to go NC!!! We need to get the word out about Obama since the main stream media won’t.

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