Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Obama getting money from Code Pinko

The Communist supporting Obama theme has picked up more momentum. The treasonous lunatics at Code Pinko have given Obama money. Obama needs to explain why he took money from people who gave money to our enemies in Falujah.

The more one looks at Obama's actual life the more absurd the talk of being a "uniter" is.

1 Being in a racist Communist cult church with a moonbat pastor for twenty years alone makes this claim absurd.
2 Working with Bomb tossing communist terrorist traitor Bill Ayers. Ayers is a loathsome criminal who should be pushing up daises for his crimes commited in the name of Marx.
3 His mentor just happens to be a notorious Communist in Hawaii.

Obama seriously needs to adress his own views on Communism. Why do so many advocates of Class genocide and treason turn up frequently in his life history.


FJ said...

He's a true believer, beakerkin. People should ask why he supports and campaigns for the "Progressive Caucus" candidate from Vermont's (Bernie Sanders) re-election even though Sanders is NOT a Democrat, he's a self-ascribed Socialist.

The Pagan Temple said...

Code Pinko would give money to anybody they thought had a halfway decent chance to defeat the Republicans. That doesn't necessarily mean Obama would be obliged to give them what they want. If he gave them ninety nine percent of what they want they would still take to the streets bitching and moaning about that one percent, so why give them anything?

Associating to an extent with people like Bill Ayers is just the prerequisite of political viability in Chicago, and people like Wright are the added cost for black politicians there.

Ducky's here said...

Were they going to support Candidate McCheese?

Beamish said...

Can you imagine the difficulty Obama has right now trying to find a running mate that won't overshadow his own distinct lack of political experience and qualifications for the Presidency?

You think Hillary Clinton will retract her line about bring a lifetime of experience [and Obama bringing a speech he gave in 2002?]

One day, the Democratic Party is going to set a miminum IQ of 90 for membership to screen out all the leftists.

roman said...

My take on how the "uniter" moniker was applied to Barrack....
Obama in a DNC election strategy session: "Yeah, that's it. I'll be a uniter, that's the ticket"

Always On Watch said...

I can only hope that the voters will see past Obama's charisma and recognize his ideology for what it is.

Good post, Beak.

Z said...

Beak, Obama "needs to explain" NOTHING, because he doesn't have the media holding his feet to the fire. THEY LOVE him. He can DO no wrong. Did you hear Biden say that Obama's change in opinions on some topics is "good because it shows he's learning..?" Everybody but those of us who see through him is are giving him a free pass and what the heck can we do about that except not vote for him?

Ducky's here said...

I'm sorry, z, but you described the media attitude toward Candidate McCheese.
They've let him get away with that "maverick" nonsense for quite some time.

I'm surprised you aren't more critical. Beak, being a Giuliani supporter, naturally loves serial adulterers but I thought R's were the values party.

Steve Harkonnen said...


I've become disillusioned by both parties. It seems that both of them are in direct support of globalization and the formation of the North American Union.

It always seems, no matter what happens, we always end up with a Republican or a Democrat in house, and nothing much gets done, except for the glory days when Reagan was president. We witnessed the end of the Soviet Union with Reagan. That was awesome.

I really like what the Constitution Party and Chuck Baldwin has to offer:

“President Reagan said, ‘A nation without borders is no nation at all.’ He was right, of course, and now the globalists are seeking to erase our borders and merge the United States into a North American Union with Canada and Mexico that would be the end of the United States as a sovereign nation and would be a stepping stone toward the merger of the United States into a World Government dominated by the United Nations.’

“As President, I would take the preservation of our nation’s sovereignty and independence extremely seriously. This means that the burgeoning North American Union is dead on arrival the day I am sworn in as President. Upon taking office I would request that Dr. Jerome Corsi, the foremost expert on the danger posed by the North American Union, accept a special assignment to ensure that every single “working group” and any other bureaucratic remnant of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (under whatever name) be completely eliminated from every Federal agency so that this danger is put to rest for good.’

“Gone, too, is the NAFTA superhighway. And for that matter, I would lead the United States out of NAFTA and CAFTA altogether. And any prospect for the FTAA would be dead as well.’

“I oppose all international trade agreements which have the effect of diminishing America’s economic self-sufficiency and of exporting jobs, the loss of which impoverishes American families, undermines American communities, and diminishes America’s capacity for economic self-reliance, and the provision of national defense.’

“We see our country and its workers as much more than bargaining chips for multinational corporations and international banks in their ill-conceived and evil New World Order. At every turn I will stand up for the economic security and well being of the American people and for the independence and sovereignty of our American republic.’

I would like your views on this via separate correspondence so gimme a shout via email,

Steve Harkonnen said...

Z and Duck,

Let's face it - BOTH candidates have become media darlings. If it isn't McCain's "POW Hero status" it's Obama's "America needs change" monicker.

Meanwhile, the real conservative candidates are shut out entirely by the media. Sadly, most of you probably don't even have an inkling of who I am talking about.

Z said...

Right, Ducky....and, if McCain had said anything like "there are 57 states", they'd have said he has Alzheimers. Obama was 'just tired', right? ANYTHING Obama says is given a free pass.....
you're 'surprised' I'm not more critical? I can't be more critical about our media.
I'm also not a McCain lover.
I just know how badly our country will suffer under Obama. Not that you'll notice; if you like his brand of America, I'm for the America which preached (yes, preached) self-reliance, independence, pride, integrity and helping your neighbor if you had something to spare); OBama's about free college, a brand of universal healthcare we can't afford(McCain's plan is one of the few things I admire in his platform), a minimum wage which will choke our economy (according to most's already going to be up 41% in just over 2 years), a higher tax on the rich because the poor should be helped by government demand and not charities,enormous taxes on corporations which means there will be little money left over for experiments and innovation..making America as mediocre as Belgium..happy!?, believing global warming is going to kill us all instead of at least giving some credence to the 32,000 scientists who've signed onto a petition saying humans aren't causing it ..Obama's so eager to sign up to Kyoto! (So's McCain, stupidly, by the way..but, what the heck..let China and India spew and we'll pay..then maybe they'll LIKE US, right, Ducky!?)...I could go on. What's the point.

I'll say this: Be careful what you ask for. And never tell me I'm not critical again. You've got to be a moron to not see bias in our media and I watch ALL news, left and right. Which is tough if you don't only want to watch FOX all the time for the conservative viewpoint which represents half of this country....try to find a conservative opinion more than twice a week on CNN. I dare you: Start now. GO!

Alice Gorable said...

Speaking of commie love-fests...

kevin said...

Obama has less than half of the Dem vote. Yet to hear the MSM call it, you'd think OB was carrying 75%. With a lot of pissed off Hillary supporters moving to McCain, OB just might look like his most similar predecessor McGovern come November.

The Pagan Temple said...

You should never disregard the twenty-five percent of Republicans who detest McCain so much they kept going to the primaries to vote against him even long after he won the Republican nomination. They still exercised their displeasure. And this twenty-five percent on average (in Kentucky it was twenty-seven percent) will probably continue to express their displeasure come the general election.

Even if they all do nothing but stay home and not vote for anybody, it will hurt McCain badly. But there will be a good lot of them that will vote for Bob Barr, and some will even vote for Obama.

There will be very few Democrats who will vote for McCain, when it comes right down to it.

Plus, Obama is currently leading in independent voters, to say nothing of the fact that blacks will come out in droves to vote for him, including even some black conservatives and moderates. The percentage of black voters will be several percentage points higher this election, and they will all go to Obama. Trust me on that.

McCain has one chance, and that is the Hispanic vote. If anything saves his ass, that will be what does it-nothing else.

Steve Harkonnen said...

Well, like Beamish has said before, something to the effect of President Mccain, get used to saying that. I must agree; he's our next president. I'd have him over Obama any day.

Obama becoming president. Ain't happening.