Tuesday, October 21, 2008

If you need a few things to get your pulse rate up,

check out these:
Gee, no wonder the Justice(?) Department hasn't been working too hard on this vote fraud stuff; chunks of it is in the tank for The Obama, just like the media.
Yet Mukasey is nowhere to be found, perhaps because the career attorneys in his Civil Rights Division seem to lean well to the political left.

Consider the California case in which the division’s lawyers have actually indicted former Republican congressional candidate Tan Nguyen for making “misleading statements to investigators.”

About what? Nguyen was tangentially involved with sending a letter that urged Latino citizens to vote but warned that illegal immigrants could be prosecuted if they tried to vote.

Every word in the letter was true. But DOJ investigators were more interested in cracking down on the people who wrote the letter – a legitimate expression of free-speech rights – than on the illegal immigrants who may be voting.

The kicker: The DOJ attorney on the case, former Ted Kennedy-affiliated lawyer James Walsh, is as contributor to the Obama campaign, as is his boss, former ACLU attorney Mark Kappelhoff.

In all, DOJ lawyers and staff in the metro area have donated at least $150,000 to Obama.
No wonder they seem more interested in prosecuting those who warn against vote fraud than enforcing vote-fraud laws
Which is why we need to reserve some lampposts for bureaucrats.

I just heard a piece on Glenn Beck's show from Rep. Barney Frank(Slimy Pol-MA) saying that 'what we really need is a massive increase in spending to fix things'. Massachusetts, even if you don't mind him stealing from the rest of the country, do you not realize that this slimy statist thief is stealing out of YOUR pocket, too? Especially since he had such a prominent role in letting this mess get as bad as it is in the first place?

Let's see, Sen. Dodd(Socialist Thief-CT) was not only getting 'special' deals from Countrywide, he was getting lots of 'contributions' from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Isn't that so special? But not to worry; the Democrats are going to hold hearings. AFTER the election.

Team The Obama just can't seem to help lying about Ayers and the connections. There's physical proof of the connections? Lie anyway. After all, the triple-edited-and-fact-checked media sure isn't going to report on it if they can avoid it.

Up in Canada, the Nice-Fascists can't help themselves either:
But here's where Dagenais becomes a symbol of everything that's wrong with the CHRC and its censorship fetish: she blacked out portions of my defence before passing it on to the commissioners. Seriously -- she censored what I wrote in my own defence, before she passed it along to the people who will sit in judgment of me. She's only allowing me to say things in my defence that she approves in advance.(bold mine)
Isn't that just freakin' amazing? And look for the same crap here if Barack Hussein I Decide What's Free Speech Obama is elected.

Pennsylvania, if you people put Murtha back into office, you are too damn stupid to be out in public without a keeper. To keep you from running into traffic.
Just days after classifying western Pennsylvania as racist, Murtha took a step back from those comments, albeit a small one.

"What I said, that indicted everybody, that's not what I meant at all. What I mean is there's still folks that have a problem voting for someone because they are black," Murtha said.

Murtha said the history of southwestern Pennsylvania is rife with racism.

"This whole area, years ago, was really redneck," Murtha told Channel 4 Action News.

Murtha believes there is one segment of the population which is holding on to its racist beliefs and he said it's difficult for them to change. Murtha said it may be even more difficult for them to vote for Barack Obama
And everyone knows that ANYONE who might be described as 'redneck' is automatically a hood-wearing, cross-burning racist who hates blacks. And everyone else. That's SO much better than his original statement.

Screw it. I'm off to the range.

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