Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Don't Give It To Him - Make Him Steal It

I had twenty topics ready for blog posts today, but I'm just not into it: maybe later. No retreat - get out and vote. And bring a friend. Every vote counts - if even just a as show of support. If McCain wins this - and I'm optimistic - the popular vote totals will be just as important to grant him legitimacy over and above an Electoral College win. Vote. Every bit of support counts.

Don't give it to him. Make him steal it.

Cross Posted at Classical Values


Doug said...

Catholics probe aid directed to ACORN

Obama's Church It's Hidden Ties to Black Extremism and Communism

"Obama Knew His Auntie Onyango Was Here Illegally"
...more links in comments.
Ohio Coal Association Says Obama Remarks Make It Clear: Obama ... -

"It's evident that this campaign has been pandering in states like Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana and Pennsylvania to attempt to generate votes from coal supporters, while keeping his true agenda hidden from the state's voters.
Obama Staffer Spreads the Wealth Around... Registers in 3 States-
Votes in 2

Joshua said..

Jim, heads up,
from American Spectator, Obama campaign source said, "senior Obama aids knew his Auntie was here illegally."

Aunt Zeituni's Protectors

"No surprises. We knew she was here illegally. We knew her income levels, but I don't think anyone from the campaign had had contact with her."

Rest of the story tells how Axelrod arranged the deal to watch over Auntie...
Aunt Zeituni's Protectors

The Associated Press reported that federal election law prohibits foreigners from making political donations.
The story should have noted that the law permits green-card holders — foreigners with U.S. residence permits — to give money to campaigns.The aunt, Zeituni Onyango, a Kenyan living illegally in the United States, contributed $260 to Obama's campaign.
Aunt Story

Doug said...

SF Gate Multimedia (video)

Obama: I'll Bankrupt Coal Industry; Your Energy Prices Will Skyrocket
Ohio Coal Association Responds -

RUSH: Here is Obama, this is in January of this year in an editorial board meeting with the San Francisco Chronicle.

OBAMA: What I've said is that we would put a cap-and-trade system in place that is more -- that is as aggressive if not more aggressive than anybody else's out there, so if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can, it's just that it will bankrupt them because they're going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that's being emitted.

RUSH: He's gonna bankrupt 'em, he's got a cap-and-trade program, Algore, this is to save the planet. He's going to bankrupt 'em, by definition, they will bankrupt. But that's not, by itself, the single most damaging aspect of what he said. This is.

OBAMA: When I was asked earlier about the issue of coal, uh, you know, under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket.

RUSH: So folks, he wants to bankrupt the coal industry. Now, I've never seen a presidential candidate actually admit that he wants to destroy elements of the US economy. He did, he said it, and now he wants skyrocketing gas prices. You remember when gasoline spiked up to four bucks? The only thing Obama said about it, "The only thing that bothers me is how quickly we got it up there." But he didn't do one damn thing to lower gasoline prices. He didn't care that they were that high. His only stated concern was that they got up there so quickly. Here he is, same interview with the San Francisco Chronicle editorial board, January 2008.

OBAMA: Regardless of what I say about whether coal is good or bad, because I'm capping greenhouse gases, coal-powered plants, you know, natural gas, whatever the plants were, whatever the industry was, they would have to retrofit their operations. That will cost money, they will pass that money on to consumers. If you can't persuade the American people that, yes, there's going to be some increase in electricity rates on the front end, but that over the long term because of combinations of more efficient energy usage and changing lightbulbs and more efficient appliances, but also technology improving how we can produce clean energy, that the economy will benefit. If we can't make that argument persuasively enough, you -- you can -- you can be Lyndon Johnson, you can be the master of Washington, you're not gonna get that done.

BIDEN: We're not supporting clean coal! Guess what? China's building two every week, two dirty coal plants. And it's polluting the United States! It's causing people to die! The first guy to introduce a global warming bill was me, 22 years ago. The first guy to support solar energy is me, 26 years ago. Came out of Delaware. But guess what? China's going to burn 300 years of bad coal, once we figure out how to clean their coal up because it's going to ruin your lungs and there's nothing we can do about it. No coal plants here in America, build 'em, if they're going to build them over there, make 'em clean, because they're killing you!

RUSH: All right, so we're going to leave the coal industry to the ChiComs, and we're going to make noises. Like the ChiComs are going to listen to us! "Hey! Hey, Hu Jintao! Clean up your coal," Biden will say. "Hey, buddy, old pal, clean up your coal.
Stand up, Hu! Let everybody see you?"
Oh, oh, you don't tell a communist stand up.
Communists tell you to sit down.

Doug said...

Drudge is worth less than blended MSM Shit and Shards of Glass.
(being served @ the Elephant Bar)

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