Wednesday, September 3, 2008

News About a Possible Future


"NoPart" sez:

This morning I was reading 2 detrimental articles about Chicago. One was about the children, prompted by adults, striking against the school system for more money. I went back and tried to find the articles, but they seem to have dissappeared off the face of the earth.

In one paragraph, a woman was complaining about having to pay $650 per month to send her grandchild to a private school so she could get a 'decent' education. The article, before it dissappeared, said that Chicago Public Schools spend $942 per month per student and the New Trier High School spent $1,458.00 per month per student. Just another example how the Obamafactor will operate. You can get the best education for $650 a month yourself, or the gub'ment can pay $942 - $1458 per month to turn your kid into a liberal dumbass, while the school system is screaming and threatening for more funding.

NoParty Email 09.03.08 - 5:55 pm Link

rob_nc sez:

Obama's Motion To Suppress

Free Speech: It appears Team Obama will stop at nothing to intimidate and harass those who would expose his long and cozy relationship with terrorist William Ayers. As in the '60s, lefties think freedom of speech applies only to them.

We have written extensively on the socialist past of Barack Obama as expressed in his proposals and associations, both personal and organizational. One of those associations is between Obama and Ayers, a leader of the Weather Underground, a '60s terrorist group.

It's true Obama has condemned and disassociated himself from the terrorist actions of Ayers and the Underground. But Ayers has never repudiated or apologized for his past, and if there's one word that should always precede his name, it would be "unrepentant."

Obama claims Ayers was just a "guy in the neighborhood," but clearly he was more than that. Obama misrepresents his relationship with the man in whose home his first fundraiser was held. Leading the expose of the true nature of that relationship has been National Review writer Stanley Kurtz.

Kurtz was in Chicago on Aug. 26 for the release of the papers of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, a school reform project in which Ayers and Obama were involved. The papers had long been sought by Kurtz, who'd met with a stone wall erected by Obama's friends at the University of Illinois, Chicago. UIC had denied access to the supposedly public archives after Kurtz initially inquired, but his persistence paid off.

When local radio station WGN found out Kurtz was in town, he was invited to appear on its "Extension 720" radio show hosted by University of Chicago professor Milt Rosenberg that Wednesday night, Aug. 27.

Producer Zack Christenson said: "I called the Obama campaign, let them know that we were going to have Stanley Kurtz on the show, and offered them a chance to come on the show as well to rebut anything that he said." Christenson said the Obama campaign's response was, "This guy's a liar" and hung up.

The Obama Action Wire, which touts itself as an independent grass-roots organization dedicated to fighting "smears" against its candidate, sprang into action. It sent an e-mail to its members saying "we have a crucial opportunity to fight one of the most cynical and offensive smears ever launched against Barack."

Obamatons were given e-mail addresses, phone numbers and talking points. Christenson says there's no way to gauge the number of calls, but the lines were lit up all night. An estimated 5,000 e-mails were received.

"They were all using the same talking points that were sent out in the original Obama e-mail," Christenson noted. "They were all boilerplate e-mails."

One of the talking points in the Obama e-mail was: "Tell WGN that by providing Kurtz with airtime, they are legitimizing baseless attacks from a smear merchant and lowering the standards of political discourse. . . . It is absolutely unacceptable that WGN would give a slimy character assassin like Kurtz time for his divisive, destructive ranting on the public airwaves."

Earlier, the Obama camp bombarded Sinclair Communications with 93,000 e-mails attacking its broadcast of an ad by the independent group American Issues Project, linking Obama with Ayers in more than a casual way.

Obama campaign lawyer Robert Bauer has warned station managers, suggesting their broadcast license might be at risk: "Your station is committed to operating in the public interest, an objective that cannot be satisfied by accepting for compensation material of such malicious falsity."

Bauer has also written twice to the Justice Department, demanding it "take prompt action to investigate and to prosecute" the group and Dallas billionaire Harold Simmons, who funded the ad.

What's scary is the Obama camp may soon have control of the public airwaves through a badly misnamed Fairness Doctrine resurrected by an Obama administration and a veto-proof Congress. And those threatened lawsuits may yet be filed by an Obama Justice Department.

rob_nc Email 09.02.08 - 8:07 pm Link

As to if you're wondering Why does this here blog, the one that you are reading--a Stop-Islam-Before-It's-Too-Late blog--concerns itself with who will be our next President, see:

COMMENT: Re Obama. He disassociates himself and/or condemns any person or act in his past that he thinks will keep him from that "Dream" of ruling over us. Tis a lot--too much--he keeps mum about. His moslemhood, how he left it, what he did between leaving it and finding the "black" Christ of Jeremiah Wright, the Chicago-style foul dealings in league with that Syrian--what's-his-name? Rezko, Tony Rezko.

He disassociated himself from his own grandmother, who raised him, when he mother was incapable of doing that--or no longer wanted to do that. Called her "a typical white person,' uneasy when an African-American was seen heading towards her. Whose fault is that? The white person who is doubtful about the male African-American's intentions or the reputation that too many African-Americans have given to their culure through violence and worse.

But the point is that Obama wants POWER--too much so--"such men are dangerous*." (He doesn't have "that lean and hungry look" neither can it be said "he thinks too much," judging from the lame statements tumbling from his mouth when taken unawares: "That's above my pay grade," and unsure what to do about sudden Foreign developments that he wants to solve by blaming both sides and getting all the parties together . . . etc. etc.)
*Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much; such men are dangerous.
--Shakespeare, Julius Caesar
Caesar speaking of one he suspects of conspiring against him.

Caesar means that Cassius looks dangerously dissatisfied, as if he were starved for power.
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Got that one right!

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