Well, all you RATs and DFH’s (didn’t justlove that sticker on Athena’s laptop lid?), here we are again at the ole airlock door, ready to wade in and sift through the radioactive sludge Freepers call “Speaking their minds”.
Good job washing up last time, BTW. Notonemolecule of Freeper slime made it to the outside world, and that’s a good thing. The screams of that clutch of nuns we had to incinerate after the first post are something I’d as soon not hear again.
It was a Democrat plot! Them, or the media.
Plot to Kill Obama: Shoot From High Vantage Point
CBS4 Denver ^| Aug 26, 2008 5:55 am US/Mountain | Written by Brian Maass and cbs4denver.com staff
Posted onTuesday, August 26, 2008 7:37:14 AM byGT Vander
Denver’s U.S. attorney is expected to speak on Tuesday afternoon about the arrests of four people suspected in a possible plot to shoot Barack Obama at his Thursday night acceptance speech in Denver. All are being held on either drug or weapons charges.
One of those suspects spoke exclusively to CBS4 investigative reporter Brian Maass from inside the Denver City Jail late Monday night and said his friends had discussed killing Obama.
“So your friends were saying threatening things about Obama?” Maass asked.
“Yeah,” Nathan Johnson replied.
“It sounded like they didn’t want him to be president?”
“Yeah,” Johnson said.
Maass reported earlier Monday that one of the suspects told authorities they were “going to shoot Obama from a high vantage point using a … rifle … sighted at 750 yards.”
Law enforcement sources told Maass that one of the suspects “was directly asked if they had come to Denver to kill Obama. He responded in the affirmative.”
(Excerpt) Read more atcbs4denver.com …
The race baiters are going to have a field day.
To: GT VanderI saw another (British, I think) headline identifying the would-be shooters as “white supremacists”. This is probably all staged to get support for Obama and prove that anyone who opposes him is nuts. Maybe that’s why there’s no credible threat.
Novak: Avoiding a Lieberman Disaster
Creators Syndicate ^| August 27, 2008 | Robert D. Novak
Posted onWednesday, August 27, 2008 12:00:02 PM bycalcowgirl
Reports of strong support within John McCain’s presidential campaign for Independent Democratic Sen. Joseph Lieberman as the Republican candidate for vice president are not a fairy tale. Influential McCain backers, plus McCain himself, would pick the pro-choice liberal from Connecticut if they thought they could get away with it.
But they can’t get away with it — and this has been made clear to McCain by none other than Joe Lieberman himself.
Lieberman surely doesn’t know that much about Republican politics, but he has close Republican friends. One of them prevailed on Lieberman to tell McCain that a McCain-Lieberman ticket would be a disaster for all concerned, and especially for the GOP.
Actually, Lieberman is a heroic figure among Republicans for having risked his Senate seat to support President George W. Bush’s war policy. But aside from the war, he votes the straight liberal line, including pro-choice on abortion. Lieberman’s Republican friend told him that the Republicans would leave Minnesota in a state of disarray with a McCain-Lieberman ticket, alienating social conservatives who now make up the core of Republican voters.
At the heart of the desire for Lieberman as running mate is a basic strategic disagreement between the Bush and McCain high commands.
To: VaqueroIf we want[ed] a Democrat for VP …… we’d be Democrats.
Vanity: Fox throws Rove under the bus
Posted onThursday, August 28, 2008 9:17:26 AM byConservativeMan55
Why is Foxnews throwing their own employee under the bus?
That ticks me off!
Megyn Kelly asked Rove.. did you call Lieberman? And he said no that report is untrue.
She continued.. saying Lieberman confirmed the report.
And Rove said “I’m not going to get into who I call”
Then a Foxnews Reporter came on and basically tried to confirm the story said “Rove said Lieberman would be a devastating pick”
Rove doesn’t want the last 8 years of work to be undone.
How would it be undone?
It would be undone if McCain picks Lieberman.
Because if McCain picks Lieberman.. The Obamasiah gets elected.
To: ConservativeMan55Please go outside and get some fresh air. Maybe a hobby. You are getting way too wrapped up in this stuff for your own good. If Rove denied and Lieberman confirmed, there is a valid line of questioning for a reporter. Rove certainly isn’t above telling a whopper.
To: sarasotaThe women on Fox leave much to be desired IMO.EVERYBODY on Fox leave much to be desired. I was going to exsempt(sic) Britt Hume (…)
Palin started her political career in a small town, Obama from the house of a domestic terrorist.
lulz | me
Posted onFriday, August 29, 2008 2:35:30 PM bybahblahbah
just repeat this over and over againwhen you troll kthx…
Obama campaign highlights Palin’s ‘zero’ experience
breitbart ^| 8/29/08 | staff
Posted onFriday, August 29, 2008 2:22:04 PM bypissant
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s campaign on Friday blasted his Republican rival’s choice of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as a running-mate, highlighting her “zero” foreign policy experience.
“Today, John McCain put the former mayor of a town of 9,000 with zero foreign policy experience a heartbeat away from the presidency,” Obama spokesman Bill Burton said in a statement.
Burton also criticized Palin as a vice presidential pick for her support of oil drilling in the Alaskan wilderness and her anti-abortion stance, referring to the 1973 Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal in the United States.
“Governor Palin shares John McCain’s commitment to overturning Roe v. Wade, the agenda of Big Oil and continuing George Bush’s failed economic policies. That’s not the change we need, it’s just more of the same,” he said.
The choice of Palin was seen as a bold effort by McCain to attract disgruntled Democratic and independent supporters of Senator Hillary Clinton, who was defeated by Obama in the race to be the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee.
Palin, a telegenic conservative, has led the oil-producing northwestern US state since December 2006 and was the first woman and youngest person to hold that state’s top job.
(Excerpt) Read more atbreitbart.com …This is monumentally idiotic of the Obama campaign. Not quite as stupid as choosing Plugs for VP, but darn near.
To:pissantObambi might be wet behind the ears, but Palin is even worse! She’s been a beauty queen, mayor of a small town, and she’s spent a year and a half running Alaska.
What is McCain’s camp thinking? I understand that he’s going for the Hillary voters, but come on.
BHO and McCain are making a mockery of this election. I’m sorry, but I need a serious conservative to vote for. At this point, it’s looking like Barr for me.
To: TheDonLet’s wait and see if Sarah is able to distinguish between the Sunnis and Shiites in Iraq, unlike her running mate. Senator Obama visited the Middle East while in college, and learned from his experience unlike Republicans who still support continuation of the killing in Iraq.
And of course, the failed meme/GOP punchline of the week:
To: pissantWhat a maroon.One of her overlooked qualifications on foreign policy is that her state BORDERS ON RUSSIA.
You think she ever got calls at 3:00 a.m that Russian bombers were probing and the Alaskan national Guard had to scramble fighters?
The closest Obama got to a commie bomb thrower was when he nuzzled up to one at a swank cocktail party.
Well, oxygen supply’s getting low, so it’s time to head back to the airlock and scrub up. See you guys next week.
By the way – whoever taped the “kick me” sign to the back of my iso suit has about one minute to fess up, or I hook their air input tube to the wingnut sludge bypass valve and “fill ‘er up”.
I’m serious here.