Sunday, August 02, 2009

Obama event, Bristol, Virginia

Bill Maher and John Stewart

"Why, in this country, is it always the religious right that won't take anything on faith?” - Bill Maher

Fear and trembling are brewing among the anti-birther brigade.  For evidence look no further than a sad and confused polemic in the LA Times against conservative truth-seekers by leftist comedian Bill Maher. 

In setting out to attack legitimate public concern over such issues as Barack Obama’s birth certificate and Senator John Kerry’s earlier claims about his Vietnam War experience, Maher only deepens the growing American suspicion about the left’s commitment to the truth. 

Even worse, Maher’s pathetic tirade against conservatives never rises above an eighth-grade schoolyard tantrum, which should raise further concerns about the effects of drinking kool-aid on a person of otherwise normal intelligence.  In short, although Maher tries to pose as a hip, erudite, and progressive mouthpiece of the left his essay raises disturbing questions about the state of the modern liberal mind.

For example, Maher attempts to lampoon those who simply want to see Obama’s original birth certificate:

    “And there's nothing anyone can do to convince these folks. You could hand them, in person, the original birth certificate and have a video of Obama emerging from the womb with Don Ho singing in the background ... and they still wouldn't believe it.  Which raises the question: Why, in this country, is it always the religious right that won't take anything on faith?”

Well, Bill, you’ve got an interesting theory here but for some reason you don’t want to test it.  The fact is that the original birth certificate has not been shown. Why? 

Maher, incredibly, goes on to blame the media for not being courageous enough in smothering the “lies” about John Kerry and the Vietnam War: [continue American Thinker, Anti-Birthers are Beginning to Worry]
I know when the left media get hysterical over someone, it's because that person or idea represents a political threat to the Democrat party.  One that needs killing.   It's this "birther" hysteria, more than anything, that leaves me 99% certain that doubts over Obama's citizenship are legitimate.

I embedded John Stewart's ( America's most trusted newsman,  now that the reigning king of agitprop is planted in dirt)  own eighth-grade schoolyard tantrum video, where he lashes out at Orly Taitz, who I view as something of a Renaissance woman, and CNN "birther" Lou Dobbs. Now that Taitz has produced what appears to be Obama's Kenyan birth certificate,  Maher and Stewart's next performances ought to be doozies.


Obama's Kenyan Birth Certificate?

Okay, that's all I asked for.  A certified
(not 'certification of')

copy of Obama's live birth.  What? 

Can you say "Treason?"

Is this the document that was being offered on e-Bay a few weeks ago?  Whatever its origin, one thing is for certain.  The left media who cared not a twit about the authenticity of Bill Burkett's forged documents questioning President Bush's National Guard service, or Obama's  Hawaiian " Certification of Life  Birth" released by KOS, will be all over this one.  Because, if this document stands up under scrutiny, there will be blood in the streets, figuratively - and in all probability, actually.

Even if this Kenyan deal is deemed a fake, we can precedentedly claim that  "Memos on Bush Are  It's  Fake but Accurate. "  Mr. Jefferson's tree may get fed yet. 

This legal battle has reached its peak ...

2009 drkate/drkate4justice

Any federal office holder who denies the supremacy of the Constitution destroys the legitimacy of his own authority.

From the previous article on this subject, and from our collective knowledge, the government, the judiciary, and Obama are basically hiding behind legal procedure to avoid having to address Obama’s eligibility.  In not one of the 35 lawsuits has Obama addressed the facts of the challenge. This legal battle has reached its peak, we are very close, and the shrillness of the Obama response just reveals their fear.  This was not something they could contain.

Lying in wait is the Kerchner case.

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The 2002 Movie Heavan

I gave it an 8 yesterday, but with today's pleasant aftertaste, now a 9

Washington Post Honest Journalism

Lest anyone ever again mistake Newsweek for a news weekly.
Newsweek Cover - The Recession is Over

The Obama Joker and other stuff

Sunday's Only the Important News

World’s Largest Science Group Rejecting Man-made Climate Fears
An outpouring of skeptical scientists who are members of the American Chemical Society (ACS) are revolting against the group’s editor-in-chief — with some demanding he be removed — after an editorial appeared claiming “the science of anthropogenic climate change is becoming increasingly well established.”

Hutchison's plan to quit roils Texas GOP

In an interview with Houston's WBAP radio talk-show host Mark Davis, Mrs. Hutchison said she will give up her seat sometime between October and November - (to challenge Rick Perry). That would mean that her seat, which isn't up until 2012, could be filled in a special election as early in May if the governor chose to call one. But a spokesman for Mr. Perry's campaign told The Washington Times he may want to fill the seat "sooner rather than later."

Have you seen this poster?
You Know B. Hussein Is In Trouble when posters like this start blooming in Los Angeles. 

Internment camp guards wanted ...

Obama - Putting People Back to Work
The Obamacy - where evil is ordinary

Doubt the government plans to impose martial law and round up dissidents and other malcontents? Well, the Army National Guard is advertising for qualified personnel to work as Corrections Officers and Internment/Resettlement Specialists

The term “rehabilitative programs” is key. Glenn Beck and the corporate media may attempt to discredit the fact there are FEMA camps, but military documents demonstrate the government plans to herd people into internment camps.  Army Regulation 210-35, entitled “Civilian Inmate Labor Program,” provides “guidance for establishing and managing civilian inmate labor programs on Army installations. It provides guidance on establishing prison camps on Army installations.”

In Mao’s China, the government established a sprawling system of administrative detention centers — known as Laogai — designed to reeducate dissidents and other social misfits through forced slave labor. In the Soviet Union under Stalin, a network of gulags — a Russian acronym for The Chief Administration of Corrective Labor Camps and Colonies — were established, primarily for political prisoners and as a mechanism for repressing political opposition to the Soviet state. - Infowars

I'm sure there are easy explanations for all of this.  I know.  Maybe these will help.
Larry Grathwohl was recruited into the Weather Underground by Bill Ayers ...

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