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October 30, 2008

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Ummahgummah

Add to that the fact he's a radical Jew-hater as evidenced by his Arab connections.

You gotta be kidding me that this guy is getting even 20% of the vote, much less around half of it, as the polls suggest.

SteveOk

Monica, some of us has been saying this all along and our dear sweet Monica has been leading the charge. A major red flag went up for me when Bush nominated perhaps the most qualified person in the history of this country to be Chief Justice--John Roberts. Obama join 22 of the most liberal nutjobs in the Senate and voted against Roberts for no other reason than Roberts is a conservative. He did this as he is talking about a new kind of post-partisan politics.

Obama is nothing more than an old fashion scam artist cut out of the same mold as Huey Long ("every man a king", and "share the wealth" philosophy). It's a shame the main streaming media covers for this kind of politician merely because he is a Democrat. Look what the LA Times is doing to protect the guy. There is no lengths they will not go to ensure a Democrat wins the office.

Ummahgummah

I still find it very hard to believe that this radical friend of moslems is about to find a "moronic majority" to swallow his lies hook line and sinker.

I guess it pays to read "The 48 Laws of Power".

How can so many people fall for rhetorical flourishes and cleverly designed tricks read off a teleprompter and vote against their very own interests?

In just six days America might very well cease to be America.

FOREVER, kids. FOREVER.

FK

How can so many people fall for rhetorical flourishes and cleverly designed tricks read off a teleprompter and vote against their very own interests?

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:05 PM

I asked myself this question repeatedly while Reagan, Bush I, and Bush II were president.

FK

In just six days America might very well cease to be America.

FOREVER, kids. FOREVER.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:05 PM

This is the kind of inflammatory rhetoric that people aren't buying anymore, and it's why the McCain campaign has failed.

FK

Add to that the fact he's a radical Jew-hater as evidenced by his Arab connections.

You gotta be kidding me that this guy is getting even 20% of the vote, much less around half of it, as the polls suggest.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 01:37 PM

No hard evidence has been shown that he is an anti-Semite. I might as well believe that McCain is an anti-Semite.

Ummahgummah

DOES McCAIN HANG AROUND WITH GUYS LIKE RACHID KHALIDI? DOES HE SAY THAT THE PALS ARE THE MOST DOWNTRODDEN AND ABUSED PEOPLE ON THE PLANET?

DOES HE HAVE PARTIES WITH A GROUP OF KNOWN ANTI-SEMITES?

THE LA TIMES HAS THE TAPE OF THIS LITTLE PARTY AND THEY ***REFUSE*** TO RELEASE IT!!!!

Tell me where McCain hangs with the same group of dirtbags!

Oh I almost forgot, Obama went to Libya with Louie "Judaism is a gutter religion" FaraKKKan. He received his educational funding from SOWdis and his campaign received a lot of financial and other support form the Middle East.

They're gonna want a return on their investment.

Is McCain getting money from these people?

So let's please keep the ball level where everyone can see it.

Ummahgummah

How can so many people fall for rhetorical flourishes and cleverly designed tricks read off a teleprompter and vote against their very own interests?

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:05 PM

I asked myself this question repeatedly while Reagan, Bush I, and Bush II were president.
POSTED BY: FREDK2929 | OCTOBER 30, 2008 AT 02:34 PM

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I don't think any of these three used a teleprompter. STOP EQUIVOCATING already!

You can vote for the socialist. Noone can take that from you.

Not this time around anyway.

Ummahgummah

In just six days America might very well cease to be America.

FOREVER, kids. FOREVER.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:05 PM

This is the kind of inflammatory rhetoric that people aren't buying anymore, and it's why the McCain campaign has failed.

POSTED BY: FREDK2929 | OCTOBER 30, 2008 AT 02:35 PM

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Nothing has failed JUST YET!
Or should we just call it a day and let the ONE into office by ANOINTMENT?!

The only thing McCain is doing wrong is that he REFUSES to talk about the "rev" Wrong.

He needs to also mention the terrorist connection a bit more.

FK

I don't think any of these three used a teleprompter. STOP EQUIVOCATING already!

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:46 PM

Are you kidding? Reagan couldn't live without his teleprompter and index cards. Don't you remember when he couldn't answer a question and Nancy quietly (but just too audibly) told him what to say, and he repeated it to the press?

FK

The only thing McCain is doing wrong is that he REFUSES to talk about the "rev" Wrong.

He needs to also mention the terrorist connection a bit more.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:49 PM

McCain has exhausted going negative. When do we hear something positive from him? Without a scowl and without blinking a hundred times a minute?

FK

Nothing has failed JUST YET!
Or should we just call it a day and let the ONE into office by ANOINTMENT?!

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:49 PM

No, we have to go through the exercise of an official election. But it's as good as over for McCain.

FK

DOES McCAIN HANG AROUND WITH GUYS LIKE RACHID KHALIDI? DOES HE SAY THAT THE PALS ARE THE MOST DOWNTRODDEN AND ABUSED PEOPLE ON THE PLANET?

DOES HE HAVE PARTIES WITH A GROUP OF KNOWN ANTI-SEMITES?

THE LA TIMES HAS THE TAPE OF THIS LITTLE PARTY AND THEY ***REFUSE*** TO RELEASE IT!!!!

Tell me where McCain hangs with the same group of dirtbags!

Oh I almost forgot, Obama went to Libya with Louie "Judaism is a gutter religion" FaraKKKan. He received his educational funding from SOWdis and his campaign received a lot of financial and other support form the Middle East.

They're gonna want a return on their investment.

Is McCain getting money from these people?

So let's please keep the ball level where everyone can see it.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:44 PM

So all you've got is a supposed tape and some anecdotes to demonstrate that Obama knows and has crossed paths with some people that you claim hate Jews. And from this I must conclude that Obama himself hates Jews.

Not good enough. No sale.

Ummahgummah

So all you've got is a supposed tape and some anecdotes to demonstrate that Obama knows and has crossed paths with some people that you claim hate Jews. And from this I must conclude that Obama himself hates Jews.

Not good enough. No sale.

POSTED BY: FREDK2929

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Noone could sell you on voting McCain, even if the old coot walked on water. You'd likely complain it should turn into wine in his wake to convince the faithful who are drinking the Obama Koolaid.

What McCain has to do is scream the danger we are all in from the rooftops!

That includes deluded dhimmicrats who are going to vote dhim no matter what.

The roof could be on fire an Peloser, Scaryeid and Osamabama could be standing there with matches in their hands and some would still vote for them!

Noone can reach people like that, no matter how great the evidence.

Ummahgummah

PS. ***I*** don't have a *SUPPOSED* tape.

The liberal bastion LA TIMES has the "supposed tape".

They said they won't release it till after the election.

If that's not a HUGE red herring to you then keep sleepwalking to your own oblivion.

I say it's a bit more than a herring.

More like a Killer WHALE.

the awakening promises to be brutal.

Alfalfah akbar

FK

Noone could sell you on voting McCain, even if the old coot walked on water. You'd likely complain it should turn into wine in his wake to convince the faithful who are drinking the Obama Koolaid.

What McCain has to do is scream the danger we are all in from the rooftops!

That includes deluded dhimmicrats who are going to vote dhim no matter what.

The roof could be on fire an Peloser, Scaryeid and Osamabama could be standing there with matches in their hands and some would still vote for them!

Noone can reach people like that, no matter how great the evidence.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 03:18 PM

If McCain walks on water, I will reconsider my vote.

Concerned Citizen

Everyone, I just found a link to something disturbing -- the reason why I never understood the effect Obama has on people -- conversational hypnotism. I had chalked it up to "weak minds", you know the kind who want something for nothing (paid for by someone else)...

Some excerpts that might sound familiar, if you've had occasion to listen to an Obama speech:

Hypnotists use a rhythm of phrases of few words, usually approximately four to eight word phrases, almost
like a melody, not just because it holds attention. Such rhythm to be used is taught as part of conversational
hypnosis.

......

Obama uses a visually, cognitively, and emotionally stimulating language that forces your mind to follow
slowly by experiencing his phrases, instead of just listening to them. The pauses never get boring like other
people who speak slowly, because each phrase by Obama that is only a few words long, is by itself
sufficient to capture your attention, and hold it with thought, or imagination, or an image, until the next
phrase is spoken. Visual and sensory imagery in the hypnotist’s speech is an effective element that uses the
subject’s own imagination while listening to the speech to bring them deeper into trance.

...

The more a hypnotist paces and leads you, and uses other hypnotic speech patterns in succession, the more
effective they become at manipulating you because the repetition wears down your critical factor. Doing
what Obama does once or twice doesn’t do as much, but doing it throughout a speech, and continuously
throughout a campaign, subconsciously brainwashes you.


Read it all.

http://www.pennypresslv.com/Obama%27s_Use_of_Hidden_Hypnosis_techniques_in_His_Speeches.pdf

FK

PS. ***I*** don't have a *SUPPOSED* tape.

The liberal bastion LA TIMES has the "supposed tape".

They said they won't release it till after the election.

If that's not a HUGE red herring to you then keep sleepwalking to your own oblivion.

I say it's a bit more than a herring.

More like a Killer WHALE.

the awakening promises to be brutal.

Alfalfah akbar

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 03:21 PM

And if this tape is what you say it is, what does it supposedly show? Again, Obama may have crossed paths with some people that you claim hate Jews. And that should make me reconsider my vote, and vote for a man who wants to build more nuclear power plants, intends to appoint more rightwing justices who will limit women's reproductive rights if given the chance, has a super mean streak, and is getting in bed with the Christian right?

What you are offering is an opportunity to come out of the frying pan into the fire. No, thank you.

FK

Concerned Citizen --

So you are suggesting I've been hypnotized, not that I've chosen to vote for Obama because his views are closer to mine than McCain's?

Please.

FK

If that's not a HUGE red herring to you then keep sleepwalking to your own oblivion.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 03:21 PM

Oblivion? Really? You don't think this is a bit sensational, alarmist, and inflammatory?

Ummahgummah

If McCain walks on water, I will reconsider my vote.

POSTED BY: FREDK2929 | OCTOBER 30, 2008 AT 03:29 PM

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I'll teach him to water ski using only his bare feet. Will that work for you?

How many dhims can you bring into the fold if he does it before Tuesday?

Let's let him do it on Lake Okeechobee.

FK

I'll teach him to water ski using only his bare feet. Will that work for you?

How many dhims can you bring into the fold if he does it before Tuesday?

Let's let him do it on Lake Okeechobee.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 03:35 PM

If he walks on water (not water-skis . . . WALKS), you won't need me to convice anyone to vote for him. But somehow McCain just doesn't strike me as the messianic type. Just too full of anger and hate to be the next Jesus.

mjfell

"Dear Mr Obama having spent 12 months in Iraq theatre I can promise you it's not a mistake."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/us_elections_2008/7699509.stm

FK

I don't accept the premise that if you call the Iraq War a mistake, you are insulting those servicemen and -women who lost their wives and suffered casualties over there. I am criticizing the men who sent those servicemen and -women to Iraq, not the soldier.

mjfell

11 postings by the collective conservatives.

12 postings by FredK2929 alone.

I thought this was a conservative blog...

Five days before the elections. Monica has someone from outside our country give an objective overview of what's happening in this election and liberal HATE IT.

Why?

Because they see it slipping away...like trying to catch the wind. Their castle in the sand, is being washed away by a tide of old fashioned American patriotism, support for capitalism and traditional values.

Ummahgummah

Where is McCain full of anger and hate?

That's what I see in Obama and it's frightening.

He seems better at hiding it but I can see it oozing out - he just can't contain it.

Just look at all his underhanded and mealymouthed remarks.. the company he chose were "marxist professors, the politically active black students and the angry latinos".

We all know what that means.

Then his associations with all these angry people.

How about his wife?!

The way he did his grandmother.

Let noone tell me McCain is angry and hateful in face of all these things.


mjfell

I don't accept the premise that if you call the Iraq War a mistake, you are insulting those servicemen and -women who lost their wives and suffered casualties over there. I am criticizing the men who sent those servicemen and -women to Iraq, not the soldier.

Posted by: FredK2929 | October 30, 2008 at 04:09 PM

Beside the point.

Account Deleted

Excellent series of interactive polling graphs:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122532888316282651.html?mod=article-outset-box#project%3DPREZPOLLS08%26articleTabs%3Dinteractive

Ummahgummah

Fred, if all you're going to bring in is talking-point arguments against McCain, why bother?

What we're talking about is a bit deeper than that.

We are talking about a potentially irreversible transformation of this country in the image of George Soros.

Even as a Dhimmicrat that would frighten me.

mjfell

Where is McCain full of anger and hate?

That's what I see in Obama and it's frightening.

He seems better at hiding it but I can see it oozing out - he just can't contain it.

Just look at all his underhanded and mealymouthed remarks.. the company he chose were "marxist professors, the politically active black students and the angry latinos".

We all know what that means.

Then his associations with all these angry people.

How about his wife?!

The way he did his grandmother.

Let noone tell me McCain is angry and hateful in face of all these things.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 04:16 PM


Ummah--

Did you notice the suppressed anger in Obama's answer in the primary debate when he was challenged on his pledge to meet with dictators without preconditions?

People are suckered by his hiding when the economy went into meltdown (thanks to failed social engineering pushed on bankers by Democrats). He hid out and spun it into "I'm in touch with leaders who are working on the problem evey day".

The Great American Lemmings, sitting in front of their TV sets swallowed the tripe sold to them by Keith Olberman that this somehow made Obama "Presidential"

Hogwash.

FK

11 postings by the collective conservatives.

12 postings by FredK2929 alone.

I thought this was a conservative blog...

Five days before the elections. Monica has someone from outside our country give an objective overview of what's happening in this election and liberal HATE IT.

Why?

Because they see it slipping away...like trying to catch the wind. Their castle in the sand, is being washed away by a tide of old fashioned American patriotism, support for capitalism and traditional values.

Posted by: mjfell | October 30, 2008 at 04:16 PM

I don't see how the number of my postings is relevant.

You are wrong about us seeing it slip away. We are winning.

However, as I've pointed out, I expect to see it slip away during mid-term elections when the romance with Obama is over.

FK

Where is McCain full of anger and hate?

That's what I see in Obama and it's frightening.

He seems better at hiding it but I can see it oozing out - he just can't contain it.

Just look at all his underhanded and mealymouthed remarks.. the company he chose were "marxist professors, the politically active black students and the angry latinos".

We all know what that means.

Then his associations with all these angry people.

How about his wife?!

The way he did his grandmother.

Let noone tell me McCain is angry and hateful in face of all these things.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 04:16 PM

I see the anger and hate in McCain when he scowls and blinks like a madman.

What's frightening about Obama (and I'm being honest here) is how smooth he is. I bet he was a master at talking ladies into bed when he was single. He's just too slick.

mjfell

In just six days America might very well cease to be America.

FOREVER, kids. FOREVER.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 02:05 PM

This is the kind of inflammatory rhetoric that people aren't buying anymore, and it's why the McCain campaign has failed.

Posted by: FredK2929 | October 30, 2008 at 02:35 PM

You'll share equally in the economic misery, loss of opportunity, and social repression we'll all be forced to endure.

FK

Fred, if all you're going to bring in is talking-point arguments against McCain, why bother?

What we're talking about is a bit deeper than that.

We are talking about a potentially irreversible transformation of this country in the image of George Soros.

Even as a Dhimmicrat that would frighten me.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 04:20 PM

I don't do talking points. I express my opinions. Anyone who has read what I have posted knows I'm not in love with Obama.

FK

Ummah--

Did you notice the suppressed anger in Obama's answer in the primary debate when he was challenged on his pledge to meet with dictators without preconditions?

People are suckered by his hiding when the economy went into meltdown (thanks to failed social engineering pushed on bankers by Democrats). He hid out and spun it into "I'm in touch with leaders who are working on the problem evey day".

The Great American Lemmings, sitting in front of their TV sets swallowed the tripe sold to them by Keith Olberman that this somehow made Obama "Presidential"

Hogwash.

Posted by: mjfell | October 30, 2008 at 04:24 PM

Did you notice the UN-suppressed anger in McCain at EVERY debate?

Dgscol

Guys and Gals :

Going off the deep end claiming you're in a trance will not help. Let me
assist you. First, the elites do not want competent leadership. You are
beginning to wake up. Second, he is the alternative to a wild non-governing
system that is clearly corrupted and broken down. When I count down to one
you will fully wake up. Look, the economy is in a shambles with no one accounting for the loss of US jobs to slaves in China, and the loss of money to the US as a consequence.

FIVE. The Mexicans are voing in this election, and there are 30 million of them that have crossed the border. The nation is being left unprotected. FOUR. The government under the Republicans deregulated the banking sector, leading to this financial trouble. THREE. In the hurricane, Bush left the people there unprotected, without a plan, remember? TWO You are beginning to wake up. YOu are opening your eyes. Bush was caught in a stagnant war in Iraq without a plan, and he just sat there until he was practically routed. ONE.

YOu are fully awake. Face it, people would rather have Obama, faulted though he may be, and even if he were carrying sticks of dynamite in his back pocket, they would probably rather elect him, than seriously contemplate an alternative.

Once you wake up you will realize, being stunned by the circumstances, we do not have many good alternatives to choose from.

What did you do to help Bush be a better leader?

(I have not even mentioned the absurdity of the Laffer curve!)


mjfell

McCain has exhausted going negative. When do we hear something positive from him? Without a scowl and without blinking a hundred times a minute?

Posted by: FredK2929 | October 30, 2008 at 02:53 PM

You will see something positive from McCain, without the scowl and constant blinking if you actually watch one of his speeches, instead of Obama's cherry picked distortions.

Something with which you're obviously well acquainted.

gringoman

No, we have to go through the exercise of an official election. But it's as good as over for McCain.

Posted by: FredK2929 | October 30, 2008 at 02:54 PM

(from GRINGOBRO---now outta the closet an' into the Cracker Barrel, with natural born whiteface)

My Brutha Ummah,

You hear him? Did you get that? He finally ready to admit. To pick a Prezdent we ackshully got to have an Election. An Eeee-lek-shun! For him a ex-er-cise. The news babes can't do it. The polls can't do it. New Yawk Times can't do it. Not even the Kookamonga can do that ex-er-cise. You got to have you an Election!

Now that is librul logic! I mean the kind we can believe in. (heh-heh.)

Know what I'm spinnin'?

====GRINGOBRO, The Cracker Rapper (Sorry 'bout that, Eminem.)
Shuckin' n' jivin'? No, but rappin', tappin' an'
zappin' for the New World Disorder.

FK

You will see something positive from McCain, without the scowl and constant blinking if you actually watch one of his speeches, instead of Obama's cherry picked distortions.

Something with which you're obviously well acquainted.

Posted by: mjfell | October 30, 2008 at 04:35 PM

I watched all the footage of the Republican Convention on PBS, including McCain's speech -- all of it. I watched all three debates straight through. I have seen McCain's ads, portraying him as he apparently wishes to be portrayed and portrays Obama as McCain wishes us to see him.

So I can safely say that I've been exposed to more of McCain than just what Obama has "cherry picked".

And he has been overwhelmingly negative, and he looks like a blinking, scowling, grumpy old man. Not someone I want representing me on the world stage.

mjfell

Concerned Citizen --

So you are suggesting I've been hypnotized, not that I've chosen to vote for Obama because his views are closer to mine than McCain's?

Please.

Posted by: FredK2929 | October 30, 2008 at 03:33 PM

Obama's views are closer to Fred's than McCains...no wonder his views are not entirely welcome here on a conservative blog.

mjfell

If he walks on water (not water-skis . . . WALKS), you won't need me to convice anyone to vote for him. But somehow McCain just doesn't strike me as the messianic type. Just too full of anger and hate to be the next Jesus.

Posted by: FredK2929 | October 30, 2008 at 03:41 PM


We're electing a new President, not a new savior. This is obviously why you're confused and voting for "The One", described by Louis Farrakhan as "the savior".

That explains a lot about the working of Fred's mind.

mjfell

What's frightening about Obama (and I'm being honest here) is how smooth he is. I bet he was a master at talking ladies into bed when he was single. He's just too slick.

Posted by: FredK2929 | October 30, 2008 at 04:29 PM

That might also explain why Obama's campaign has be absolutely sexist, whether it was taking on Hillary Clinton or Sarah Palin.

FK

Obama's views are closer to Fred's than McCains...no wonder his views are not entirely welcome here on a conservative blog.

Posted by: mjfell | October 30, 2008 at 04:43 PM

Thank you for stating the obvious.

FK

We're electing a new President, not a new savior. This is obviously why you're confused and voting for "The One", described by Louis Farrakhan as "the savior".

That explains a lot about the working of Fred's mind.

Posted by: mjfell | October 30, 2008 at 04:47 PM

No, it demonstrates that I will have to be even more obvious when I am being sarcastic so that it doesn't go over your head.

FK

That might also explain why Obama's campaign has be absolutely sexist, whether it was taking on Hillary Clinton or Sarah Palin.

Posted by: mjfell | October 30, 2008 at 04:50 PM

Actually, it has not been Obama's campaign that has been sexist. It's been the press coverage.

mjfell

MCCAIN GAINS 6 IN WEEK; DOWN 3 TO OBAMA

http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/10/30/fox-news-poll-obamas-edge-mccain-narrows/

FK

You will see something positive from McCain, without the scowl and constant blinking if you actually watch one of his speeches, instead of Obama's cherry picked distortions.

Something with which you're obviously well acquainted.

Posted by: mjfell | October 30, 2008 at 04:35 PM

That explains a lot about the working of Fred's mind.

Posted by: mjfell | October 30, 2008 at 04:47 PM

This may be hard to realize, MJFell, but it is possible to attack what I say without attacking me personally.

gringoman

Noone can reach people like that, no matter how great the evidence.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | October 30, 2008 at 03:18 PM

If McCain walks on water, I will reconsider my vote.

Posted by: FredK2929 | October 30, 2008 at 03:29 PM

Brutha Ummah,

Religious conversion ain't easy. You got to remember. This Fred dude already got his messiah---the one who walk on Kool-Aid.

GRINGOBRO, The Cracker Rapper (Sorry 'bout that, Mr. Eminem!)

mjfell

Louis farrakhan Calls OBAMA the messiah!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OowxMcVTjTE

mjfell

LOUIS FARRAKHAN: White Folks, You Owe Us The Whole Country!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWxNeGOXSoA

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