Monthly Archives: October 2008

Nikolas Sarkozy weighs in on Obama

Harsh words for Obama from French President Nicolas Sarkozy. An Israeli government source told the newspaper Haaretz that Sarkozy was unhappy with his discussions with Obama in Paris last summer, calling the candidate’s position on Iran “utterly immature.” Sarkozy has … Continue reading

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A view from across the pond….

The sacrifice of truth to powerMelanie PhillipsThe Spectatorhttp://www.spectator.co.uk/melaniephillips/2550646/the-sacrifice-of-truth-to-power.thtml SUNDAY, 26TH OCTOBER 2008 What’s happening in this terrifying, Orwellian US presidential race is the flip side of the madness that’s been on display since 9/11 itself, when swathes of the UK … Continue reading

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It’s about time….

This story finally received some press. The underlying story was reported in the NY Times. The story of Obama, Khalidi, and Ayers sharing the dais at a send off dinner, sponsored by the Arab Action Network in 2003 for Khalidi … Continue reading

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Joe fall down… go "OOOPS"

So, it had to happen. The master of malapropism’s that is Joe Biden, who tends to speak with his brain before his political filter sets in, admitted what those of us who have fear of Obama have been saying for … Continue reading

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"Just a guy in my neighborhood" Part I

In 1997, seven years before Obama’s election to the Senate, William Ayers published a book entitled “AKind and Just Parent”. Guess who he chooses to highlite as one of his “neighbors” in Chicago’s toney Hyde Park neighborhood? Funny, he describes … Continue reading

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"Just a guy in my neighborhood" Part II

Hmm, and speaking of that, how is it that you wrote a book jacket blurb for that guy you didn’t even know?

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Isn’t ANYONE creeped out by this? Or at least a little suspicious?

I lay in bed sick today with the flu. Generally, when that happens, I turn on my “channels”. History, National Geographic, Discovery, The Learning Channel, and Science Channel, etc. Not exactly high viewership numbers. At each and every commercial break … Continue reading

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