Photos shamelessly stolen from the Patriot Room’s piece entitled Category 5 Hurricane Sarah Makes Landfall.

It’s kind of amusing when the Vice President of one ticket garners a larger audience than the opposing party’s Presidential candidate. This must be especially annoying to a Narcissist like Barack Obama.

  • Kate

    You know, that picture of Palin on the home page, holding a gun and wearing a “cat suit” is pretty darn sexist.

  • NYC Voter

    i can understand cheering to ass wipping the obamabots will hopefully get, but we don’t actually believe all the positives the republicans are pushing here????? Come on, call out the liberal blogs and media that are not practicing journalism, but she’s not necessarily the greatest reformer and doesn’t represent most of the values I assume many of the HRC people who are here wanted to see be a part of our next administration. I’m not saying support Obama, but can’t this at least be a place where we cut some of the bull shit.

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  • tskTsk

    Except for the hijacking by the trolls pretending to be ex Hill supporters who hate Mac/Palin..

    Uppity, the trolls always hijack your threads. WHY?

    • stodghie

      oh, they are scared of what she writes i think. yeah, kevin hearts pumas is a good example of a troll flying false colors.

  • tskTsk

    Whaaaaaaaaa! Great pics of Gov. Palin Uppity..splendid eye candy indeed.

    I love this thread

  • Well at least she isn’t holding this one like it was a scorpion.

    An interesting approach to gun-nut cheesecake (if tastefully done, of course).

  • Sassy

    As an American, I have the right to vote for the candidate of MY choice…at least for now!
    We have seen enough of the manipulations of the Democratic Party to last a LONG time!
    When they meet my demands to count the votes, and nominate the best candidate, I may consider them again…if not, they can take a flying leap off that cliff that they are facing!!!!

  • MG

    The graphic brought to my mind the image of Sarah Conner in Terminator 2. A very strong woman 🙂


  • Kate

    McCain & Palin = anti-woman

    Anti-choice, anti-contraception, anti-equal pay

    Any woman voting for Palin is not a feminist.

    I am a former Hillary supporter.

    • sandshark222

      While Palin herself has stated that she does not support abortion, she has also said that she believes it’s up to the states to decide and she does not support a federal overturn of Roe vs Wade. Even still, there’s no way that McCain or Palin will overturn Roe vs Wade. We’ve had 8 years of Bush and it’s still in tact, it’s not going away.

      As far as contraception goes, she has also stated that she believes that BOTH abstinance and protection need to be taught in schools.

      Nice try troll.

    • politicsIsdirty

      You are right Kate, McCain and Palin are anti woman. Not only that, they are sexist. During the Democratic primary, McCain and Palin together with their allies in the media ganged up on Hillary and even successfully made her husband a Racist.

      OOOPs, that was supposed to be Obama instead of McCain and Palin.

    • csuzeq

      They sound prolife to me.

      You know who seems really anti woman to me???

      Barack Obama.

      Let me explain it to you. I am not just a uterus. I also use birth control when I don’t want a child.

      Here’s what men who are afraid of Roe v Wade being overturned should do if they don’t want an unplanned pregnancy. Keep it in your pants, do it with a guy like Barky does or go get a vasectomy and then it won’t matter what John McCain or Sarah Palin might do (even though-Duh-they can’t do it singlehandedly-hello).

      Wow that felt good!

      • csuzeq

        Vasectomies for sale! Get your now while they last! Get your vasectomy now before January 2009!

        Damn, I wish there was only a couple of things that made me afraid of Barky as POTUS.

        POTUS fears:

        McCain- fear his prolife stance
        fear his SCOTUS picks

        (both of which the democrats get a say in BTW)

        Obama-fear of his taking America’s tax dollars and wasting them as he has done with his campaign, with Annenberg, with that 100,000 garden that was to done for his community (a community organizer who can’t even organize getting a garden planted???)
        fear-he has ties to terrorists and wants to attack America from within
        fear-he is a dumbass who will get us into wars with other countries because he is clueless on foreign relations
        fear-he will put the US into a depression with his economic plan (as I’ve read will happen from 18 different economists)
        fear-his little civilian servant group he wants (WTF?)
        fear-what will muslim extremists think of him if he was a muslim and has turned (or pretends to have turned) christian?
        fear-his cabinet appointments, have you seen the people he has working for him now?
        fear-I have no idea where Barky really stands on anything. He may be prolife!
        fear-his lack of good judgement
        fear-his supreme court appointments, based on the kinds of people he admires. Blech.

        I could go on and on all day, but I have stuff to do!

    • Dr. Kate

      no, any woman who does not vote for Palin is a sexist.

      take that, troll. I am a democrat who will proudly vote my country before the foreign national obama-soetoro.

      you can’t change minds here, troll. your arguments make no sense.

    • tskTsk

      You friggin liar. You are a first class boob and not a Clinton supporter. Clinton supporters are not like you are.
      Anyone who still supports Obama is a political retard

    • Good bye, Kate!

      No How, No Way, NoBama! (Do you rally think HRC meant No McCain? She chose her words very carefully!)

  • csuzeq

    Obama who?

  • Larse12

    Wow… the Republican convention was the most watched in history! No other convention of either party has had more viewers. What does that tell ya?

    McCain/Palin ‘08!

    Way to go John McCain! And think of the money Obama has wasted on everything. And here John gets more viewers! Guess it shows you money can’t buy you the hearts of the people!!!
    McCain 08

    • He should have saved the six million he spent on those fake styrofoam columns and used the money to take out ads touting the convention…!


    • MG

      How much has nOpe spent so far??? 1/2 billion? What a waste.


  • Larse12

    PUMA power here in North Dakota. Get your signs up for McCain and Palin right away. Call and or go on the web and donate money. Make phone calls! We must
    put Barky under!!!
    McCain 08
    Hillary 2012

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    • tskTsk

      Hurricane Sarah makes landfall in Wash DC to clean up DemocRAT corruption with the stroke of her pen.

      My problem with the DemocRATS in congress is their refusal to stand up to the criminals running the show. GO SARAH-GO MAC

  • Ryan

    Wow… the Republican convention was the most watched in history! No other convention of either party has had more viewers. What does that tell ya?

    McCain/Palin ’08!

    • LuigiDaMan

      That nobody had anything better to do?

      • Ryan

        Go away troll

      • PS

        Not really……and looking forward even more to the show to come….tick…tick…tick…

  • LuigiDaMan

    You know I love you guys, but Sarah baby has had the opposite effect on me. I wasn’t planning on voting this year at all (just got off one week murder trial jury duty). But, after seeing what she stands for, I guess I gotta get my ass to the polls, hold my nose, and pull the freakin’ lever for BO. I gotta admit this is killing me. (FYI: the trial was a seven count felony indictment including attempted murder. I was jury foreman. He is so outta here!)

    • Take a bath.

    • PS

      And I bet you have “I love Obama” t-shirts for every day of the week too! So much for holding the nose, ‘cept for stinky cheese BO.

    • Vote for Cynthia McKinney then, and have a clear conscience, troll.

      If you can hold your nose and vote for BO, you’re a bullshitter who always intended to vote for the liar anyway. And “hint-hint” — BO is NOT the opposite number of Palin….BO is running against McCAIN, who will choose the cabinet and make the decisions.

      Don’t cry to us. I’m not buying your bullshit, and I don’t think anyone else is, either.

      Something stinks here–rather like BO, I must say.

    • politicsIsdirty

      Doesn’t understand Sarah baby has a negative effect on you. Is it because she authentic and Barky isn’t?

    • tskTsk

      I hope you hold your nose long enough to choke yourself to _________

  • FYI

    Michelle’s Boot Camps.

    Is this what a community organizer does?

  • Perry Logan

    I don’t understand the trolls who come here.

    These are the people who have been asking us to leave their party for months. They said they were forming a new coalition and had no further need of our services. To drive the point home, they called us racists and called our sisters nasty names. They threatened us, intimidated us, threw us out of their blogs, tossed our votes into the trash…

    Now we’ve done what they wanted–left the bloody party. So why are they coming here to scold us for not being loyal Democrats? Is this their way of wooing us back?

    • tskTsk

      LOL Perry your vidoes are like taking Alka Seltzer. They ease election indigestion.

  • doc99
  • wodiej

    Obama and his pod people are TERRIFIED… should be!! We’re coming after you.

  • coast to coast
  • LogicallySpeaking

    Who is photoshopping her like this? Can’t be the Obama supporters.

  • coast to coast

    After reading the article ‘Understanding Muhammad’, isn’t the upbringing of Obama is a reincarnation of prophet Muhammad?

    Just imagine if this narcissist Muhammad is in control of the buttons of the entire arsenal of the USA nuclear bombs, the non-Muslims can say sayonara to this world.

    It’s the end of the world for us.

    It’s no kidding!!! Obama thought was crystallized when he was an orphan in an Islamic school in Indonesia.

    His ambition is to become the president of USA! It’s very scary thingy when come to think of a Muslim having the entire US nuclear arsenal at his disposal!

    Can the USA of America and the rest of the world take such chances?

    Can we trust this narcissist prophet Muhammad if he is in control of our nuclear arsenal?

    With all the events happening since Obama filed for his nomination for the US presidency, so far it doesn’t look like we have a decent contest but a deviated/weird/unprecedented presidency contest….

    Don’t take chances, vote McCain/Palin to deny the narcissist faked prophet Muhammad from holding the keys to our nuclear arsenal, thus saving the USA and our lives and our children lives!

    • tzada

      Politico yesterday said he was already getting classified material reports.

      Now this…….Look at the picture too and read the whole article. Even Democrats are coming out against this .

    • Oh, please.

      Obviously, you don’t have much of an UNDERSTANDING of Muhamad if you can spout all that horseshit without laughing at your own stupidity.

      Obama is a problematic candidate because his IDEAS suck, not because of his upbringing OR his faith, whatever he says that is on any particular day.

      Obama is a problematic candidate because he hangs out with thieves and con men, not because he practices one religion or another.

      And you do a very nasty disservice to the millions of Muslims in this country, many of whom are small businessmen, who don’t need to see your ugly, hateful, xenophobic bullshit smeared across the internet.

  • Caya

    Putting her head on Lara Croft is a bit weird.

    • LookingForwardTo2012

      It’s from the “Sarah Connor Chronicles”.

      • TeakwoodKite

        I just finished watching season one.

        It was fun. “Same where, different time”

        “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask wjat you can do for your country”…

        In BO and MO’s world that quote is standing on it’s head.

      • Thanks, I didn’t know that. Still looks a bit weird – but I don’t watch that show so I don’t know, Obviously. 🙂

  • Babs

    Hey, Larry, Susan, I just saw an incredible editorial that I can’t link here because I am so technically challenged, so would someone please go to and read the editorial on “Michelle’s Boot Camps for Radicals” and post it over here. or maybe you want to do some research first, but damn this is really frightening. Thanks.

    • is this it?

      Michelle’s Boot Camps For Radicals
      By INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Thursday, September 04, 2008 4:20 PM PT
      Election ’08: Democrats’ reintroduction of militant Michelle Obama in Denver was supposed to show her softer side. But it only highlighted a radical part of her resume: Public Allies.

      Barack Obama was a founding member of the board of Public Allies in 1992, resigning before his wife became executive director of the Chicago chapter of Public Allies in 1993. Obama plans to use the nonprofit group, which he features on his campaign Web site, as the model for a national service corps. He calls his Orwellian program, “Universal Voluntary Public Service.”
      Big Brother had nothing on the Obamas. They plan to herd American youth into government-funded reeducation camps where they’ll be brainwashed into thinking America is a racist, oppressive place in need of “social change.”

      The pitch Public Allies makes on its Web site doesn’t seem all that radical. It promises to place young adults (18-30) in paid one-year “community leadership” positions with nonprofit or government agencies. They’ll also be required to attend weekly training workshops and three retreats.

      In exchange, they’ll get a monthly stipend of up to $1,800, plus paid health and child care. They also get a post-service education award of $4,725 that can be used to pay off past student loans or fund future education.

      But its real mission is to radicalize American youth and use them to bring about “social change” through threats, pressure, tension and confrontation — the tactics used by the father of community organizing, Saul “The Red” Alinsky.

      “Our alumni are more than twice as likely as 18-34 year olds to . . . engage in protest activities,” Public Allies boasts in a document found with its tax filings. It has already deployed an army of 2,200 community organizers like Obama to agitate for “justice” and “equality” in his hometown of Chicago and other U.S. cities, including Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New York, Phoenix, Pittsburgh and Washington. “I get to practice being an activist,” and get paid for it, gushed Cincinnati recruit Amy Vincent.

      Public Allies promotes “diversity and inclusion,” a program paper says. More than 70% of its recruits are “people of color.” When they’re not protesting, they’re staffing AIDS clinics, handing out condoms, bailing criminals out of jail and helping illegal aliens and the homeless obtain food stamps and other welfare.

      Public Allies brags that more than 80% of graduates have continued working in nonprofit or government jobs. It’s training the “next generation of nonprofit leaders” — future “social entrepreneurs.”

      The Obamas discourage work in the private sector. “Don’t go into corporate America,” Michelle has exhorted youth. “Work for the community. Be social workers.” Shun the “money culture,” Barack added. “Individual salvation depends on collective salvation.”

      “If you commit to serving your community,” he pledged in his Denver acceptance speech, “we will make sure you can afford a college education.” So, go through government to go to college, and then go back into government.

      Many of today’s youth find the pitch attractive. “I may spend the rest of my life trying to create social movement,” said Brian Coovert of the Cincinnati chapter. “There is always going to be work to do. Until we have a perfect country, I’ll have a job.”

      Not all the recruits appreciate the PC indoctrination. “It was too touchy-feely,” said Nelly Nieblas, 29, of the 2005 Los Angeles class. “It’s a lot of talk about race, a lot of talk about sexism, a lot of talk about homophobia, talk about -isms and phobias.”

      One of those -isms is “heterosexism,” which a Public Allies training seminar in Chicago describes as a negative byproduct of “capitalism, white supremacy, patriarchy and male-dominated privilege.”

      The government now funds about half of Public Allies’ expenses through Clinton’s AmeriCorps. Obama wants to fully fund it and expand it into a national program that some see costing $500 billion. “We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded” as the military, he said.

      The gall of it: The Obamas want to create a boot camp for radicals who hate the military — and stick American taxpayers with the bill.

      • tzada

        Michele used 2 phases out of one of his books at the convention. She attributed them to Barry.
        Seems like the words came from the Radicals Handbook. Don’t have my notes handy but it’s easy to Google the links to the words and the book.

      • *************“Universal Voluntary Public Service.”****************

        On the very surface, that’s a load of bullshit. If it’s universal, it’s not voluntary, unless lobotomies preceded the public service!

      • LookingForwardTo2012

        The Obamas discourage work in the private sector. “Don’t go into corporate America,” Michelle has exhorted youth. “Work for the community. Be social workers.” Shun the “money culture,” Barack added. “Individual salvation depends on collective salvation.”

        I don’t think so!!! These people are scary, scary. Let them go into public service work, rather than $300,000.00 hospital jobs and such. Let them sell their mansion and give to the poor.
        NOW that’s what I call hypocritical!

      • athy

        Babs, gerard,
        Thanks for this info & link…

      • Obama says he believes in a Civilian Army. The above sounds like the making of Obama’s Brown Shirts.

      • You know what’s very suspicious about this. One of his main problems is “inexperience” running things.

        If he does run this camp, then that would give him more legitimate experience to cite.

        Instead he is risking his election by omitting his camp
        Chicago Allenberg Challenge with /Ayers
        Woods Fund w/ Ayers.


  • coast to coast

    Obama the narcissist is no different different to his so called narcissist prophet Muhammad.

    They are very dangerous to the existence of humankind.

    Save America and the rest of the world by voting the McCain/Palin ticket!

    Understanding Muhammad

    • Diana

      I’ve said it before I’ll say it again.

      If I choose to associate myself with Skinheads, am I racist?

      If I choose to associate with the KKK, am I racist?

      If I choose to sit in a white power church, party with Skinheads, the KKK, am I racist?

      Obama sat in a church that uses the guise of religion to teach Black Liberation Theology. No different than what is going on with Skinheads, the KKK. It is no less dangerous or racist.

      If someone has a problem with the KKK, or Skinheads, yet are voting for Obama. It is they that are the racist; period. No less racist than the KKK, or the Skinheads. 20 years. Oprah herself said she left the church because of the controversial sermons. Which means those sermons have always been preached. Yet, what does she do? She turns around and promotes someone that listened to them for 20 years. Which means she didn’t leave the church for the controversial sermons. She left the church because she didn’t want anyone to find out she was a racist. Rev. Wright himself said on National TV that he preaches Black Liberation Theology. James H. Cone. What is it Skinheads scream? “White Power” What is it that is taught in Black Liberation Theology? “Black Power” Now tell me there is a difference?

      Intricate and largely philosophical views of God are largely ignored in preference for the concerns of the oppressed. White Christian concepts taught to black persons are to be disregarded or ignored. The aspects of God’s person, his power and authority, as well as “subtle indications of God’s white maleness” are said not to relate to the black experience, to the extent of sometimes being antagonistic. While trinitarian theology is a big concern, Jesus is still considered to be God. The focus is given to God’s actions, and his delivering of the oppressed because of his righteousness. Immanence is stressed over transcendence, and as a result God is seen to be “in flux” or “always changing”. [1]

      Jesus is seen as a non-white, social liberator who focused on the emancipation of the poor and of the marginalized, and many parallel are made with the emancipation efforts of black people in the United States. Christ’s message is interpreted as encouraging “black power” (Henry). His intrinsic nature and spiritual activity receive little or no attention. Some even deny his role as the atoning sacrifice for the world’s sins and provider of eternal life (Shrine).

      Black theology is not bound to biblical liberalism, but is of a more pragmatic nature. Only the experience of black oppression is the authoritative standard

      • Diana

        Just wanted to add the above is from Wicki. It condensed it down.

        Oh, and for those Obamabots that think it’s so far fetched to for Michelle to use words like “Whitey” you’ve obviously never heard James Cone talk. It’s one of his favorite words. Whitey and his White Supremacy. Who was it Obama said he wouldn’t have put on the Supreme Court? James Cone says one of them on the Supreme Court make look like a man of color, but he’s white and part of the White Supremacy in this country. They must consider him and all AA that are not racist traitors.

  • kinthenorthwest

    Youve stated very well why many democrats are not voting for Obama. TY

  • hilldemgoneindie

    jeralyn at tl, who doesn’t want to traffic in rumors, has introduced one herself. hypocrite. apparently an american journalist living in canada has found “lucille” a waitress in an unknown diner who heard palin say, “so sambo beat the bitch.” i read the article. it’s filthy and obviously tainted with UNdemocratic bile, but jeralyn thinks this and maybe something else will take palin down. this from the same woman who thought trig palin’s baby must have been drugged since he never cried. this whole election cycle has turned my world upside down and inside out. i cannot believe i am now defending two republicans, but yet, oblahma and his army made it possible. [DELETED BY ADMINISTRATOR]

    • hilldemgoneindie

      oh crap… so much for trying something new… :~} hey larry… i need a do-over!!!

      ahem… as i was saying before i was so rudely struck…

      STEAL win the ge.

      now before some trolls go off the deep end thinking i’m being racist, take a chill pill. what i’m saying is, obama’s background – or unknown background – scares me. the way he’s run his campaign scares me. what he’s said about civilian armies and blackwater scares me. his blt background scares me. his marxist views scare me. the way he has intimidated and bullied anyone in his way scares me. the people he associates with scare me. his wife scares me (ok, that’s a whole other topic, but still works with the scary theme). what is happening with this man is not what our country has been about. i fear, with his ties to odinga and kenya and unsavory characters… are we, the u.s.a. headed for an african story of civil war, ethnic cleansing and atrocities beyond our imagination?

      i’m not about to take that chance. 1) i think mccain and palin need to take extra extra precautions – just sayin’…; 2) anyone who is sitting on the fence or who just cannot bring themselves to vote for a republican needs to get over themselves and take one for the country. hey, if john mccain can take what he took for our country for 5 years, we can certainly stand 4 more years of republican rule. and, honestly, mccain is NOT bush. bush is really scary and if he had 4 more years i’d definitely be moving to another country; 3) if you pray, please start now. pray soon and often that obama does NOT win.

      mccain/palin ‘08
      clinton ‘12

      • Diana

        I personally don’t care what they think. I’m buying me a T-Shirt that says “Proud Racist” just ask an Obama supporter. He has single-handely re-written the definition of what a racist is. They call us racist, yet it is they that chose to associate words like “Uneducated, Unqualified, Incompetent, Fairy Tale” with “ONE” race of people. Now look at those words again, are they new words? Are only African Americans unqualified for a job? Uneducated? Incompetent? Are all Fairy Tales racist? No. Yet they “CHOSE”, not US, THEY chose to associate them with one race. Who are the real racist?

        • athy


          I have been following the campaign very closely for almost two years.

          Based upon my personal observations, Sen Obama’s campaign has been promoting the ‘divide and conquer’ rule.

          Sen Obama is talking out of both sides of his mouth.

          He SAYS he is promoting unity however in reality he is DOING things to get us to fight with each other over false accusations so that we are distracted from questioning his background and people who he associates with.

          His accusations have promoted racism, and promoted a horrific chilling effect in our media and in our public discourse.

          People and journalists ARE AFRAID to ask him any questions.

          If someone DARES ask him a question that his campaign can twist around to make it appear like a racist comment-they will do it.

          Then, Sen Obam can appear all indignant and take a deep breath and appear annoyed at the reporter.

          What happens when other reporters see this?

          They get nervous and will not want to offend Sen Obama (because he offends easily ) so they will gently tip toe around critical questions that need to be asked and answered. They will, with time, learn to avoid asking these questions so as not to offend.

          Is racism a problem in the US? In many parts of our country and the world -yes.

          And Sen Obama’s campaign has added fuel to the racism ‘fire’ and is basking in the afterglow.

          Divide and conquer. That is his campaign strategy but what is he trying to conquer???

          That is the million dollar question.

      • tzada

        Keep in mind CHICAGO has or is arming their police force of around 13,500 with assault rifles. That is an army.

        In addition La Raza has been being inflamed. He has had at least one rally with them. The hardcore ones equate themselves to the PLO. Obama’s church supports the PLO.

        Do not forget that the UN was brought in to watch this election. To monitor it for RACISM. So we can see why he is inserting racism in at every hand. The UN was invited in by a delegation of Democrats, prior to his coronation nomination.

        The Black Panthers have said they will riot. Out of the 8 million Muslims in America 4 million are black.

        This from a poster at aol The Chicago Political Machine. The poster is what the “moderator” Op-Ed person Tommy Christopher said was his “sock puppet”

        tfitz101710:05AMMay 9th 2008
        This post from Brutuss100 (et2MF?) is so typical of the Hillary argument. Brutuss accuses the writer of playing the ‘race card’ but then goes on to say, “get over it! The blacks ARE stacking the deck, because they have a dream, which will be the whites’ nightmare.”
        Really? Whatchagonnadowhentheycomeforyou!?

        tfitz101711:49AMMay 7th 2008
        Thomas, it was all over at about 11pm for me last night, out here on the left coast.
        It’s a beautiful morning, the sun is shining, the birds are singing and there is the most delicate hint of napalm in the air!

        This election is about the attempt to take down America.

        McCain/Palin 2008

        • As a Chicana, I can tell you that La Raza–a group mentioned in the above post by tzada–is hardly a group to fear! This is really laughable! The fear-mongering against this group is a right wing talking point!

          FYI, the group came to existence during the 1960s to help support and advocate for Chicano students on campus. To claim that it is a revolutionary group that wants to take back the South West is just hilarious.

          La Raza, the name, has a two- fold significance: it points to the MYTHIC homeland (Aztlan) of the Aztecs and to the birth of the new hybrid race (the European and Indigenous). This mythic space allowed Chicanos to reclaim their classical Aztec heritage and form their identity as a minority group in the U.S. BTW, this group has since changed its name to something quite forgetable and benign.

          Just a reminder, Hispanics have overwhelmingly gone for Sen Clinton and have been quite skeptical of Obama. Many are outraged at what the Party did to Sen Clinton. Many in my family will not vote for him!

  • kinthenorthwest

    There are just too many strange things happening regarding the Obama campaign. Too many news people in the tank and too many strange coverups to call it just coincidences. Has it been two or three Clinton Super Delegates that died suddenly (one being murdered).

    Sorry to say this but too many Clinton delegates were threaten. All of us saw the floor vote; what there was of it. New Jersey was a Clinton state yet all the votes went to Obama. Strange….??

    Then it just so happens that Biden’s son just happen to sign an arrest warrant for a man that Joe Bidens state of Delaware didnt have criminal record on or previous warrants for.

    • ummm

      “New Jersey was a Clinton state yet all the votes went to Obama. Strange….??”

      I declare you…officially retarded.

      • kinthenorthwest

        Hillary got 53% of the votes in the New Jersey Primary, and Obama got 43%.
        That means that 53 delegates were to go to Hillary and 48 to Obama.
        That means that New Jersey was won by Hillary.
        Yet when state of New Jersy was called on during the floor vote during the Convetion they stated that ALL of their delegates were voting for Obama.

        • athy

          nice rebuttal.
          answer is to the point & link provided!

          • kinthenorthwest

            Thank you—You know I am still wondering how the people who voted for Hillary in New Jersey felt when they heard that announcement.

      • NoObama

        ummm didnt Hillary win New Jersey by almost 10%.
        Now I know why Obama is falling in the polls
        Look at the Trolls he hires

  • mucker

    Youse folks are funny. Listen to Sarah tell the Christian kids to go out and hurt people in Alaska. She’s an oil interest shill. and by the way bayareavoter the dems took the majority in the last election. get real. “Drill drill drill.” What a great example of how Bush himself called the U.S. addicted to oil. You folks sadly may kill us all.

    • ummm

      “Reformer” If you believe that, I got a Bridge to Nowhere to fail to sell you on Ebay”


    • Dr. Kate

      yawn. McCain/Palin ’08


    • tskTsk

      You are full of BS Troll. Obama supporters are political retards. Go do your homework!

  • bayareavoter

    This Judith Warner piece in the NYT bashing Sarah Palin and the enthusiastic comments from her readers is exactly why the Dems keep losing elections and why Hillary connected with the base. Warner and her comment-ers are elitist, out of touch latte-sippin’ fools. dripping with vitriol and reminds me that this year my world is upside down.

    I don’t agree with many of Palin’s beliefs but I don’t understand why they need to see her as a buffoon and bimbo. And Obama has accomplished what in his life? Zero. She’s a governor (oh, but not of Kansas or Arizona so I guess it’s not good enough).

    • the ny times has turned into the most disgraceful tabloid trash…

      remember bob herbert’s “i see penises” crap?

      i hope they go out of business… they are a joke…

      how can anything printed in the ny times ever be taken seriously again?

      a. hillary
      b. mccain

      america first!

  • Cheeze Whiz

    I found this at “The One”‘s official website. The quote below is directed at Palin on the site:

    a throwback to days of old when we needed to always be full of fear, to go back to days when we had a less than equal world and where anyone who does not look like Sarah Palin must fight every day for the same rights and privileges that she and her family have come to take for granted

    This man has the whole deck of race cards. He has 52 of them and the two jokers from the deck as well. Expect him to play them all… because, it’s really all he’s got left.

    • Skip

      Sadly, I think you’re right.

      This thing is going to turn into an ugly, even more viscious, race and culture war.

      It’s all the lunatic left fringe has got now. Sarah Palin knocked them all for a gigantic loop, and now they will re-double their pathetic attacks.

      It will be ugly. And, the funny thing is, when they lose this election, they’ll all look around and wonder what went wrong?

      • stodghie

        the left overplayed their hand before and had their power voted away. the far left and the far right are not good for the usa. look at chavez in venezuela. at first i thought he might bring something to the table besides his elbows, but he is going off the deep end like they all do. and who adores him? why william ayers of course. that is his favorite vacation spot. it makes a gal wonder. and it bothers me enough that i won’t ever support barrack for anything.

    • Peggy Sue

      The race card has outlived it’s usefulness. Overplayed. Tragically, Obama and his supporters have rendered the word “racism” meaningless.

      Sorry. The “woe is me” just doesn’t work anymore. Sarah Palin grew up in a harsh environment. She could have just as easily failed and fallen by the wayside. I’m tired of the Democratic whining.

      Get over it!

      McCain/Palin ’08

      • Skip

        Peggy Sue, I agree 100 percent. Most Americans have moved past being played by the race card.

        But, they’ll still play it. And the culture card too. That’s what makes it so pathetic. They are so desperate, that they’ll willingly play cards in a game that doesn’t even exist anymore.

        As a lifelong Democrat, I’m ashamed of my Party. And, for the first time, will NOT vote for it.


        • kinthenorthwest

          Dont forget Obama’s Grandfather’s flag draped coffin…
          And how Obama was raised by a single mother.

          Those two are usually right behind his “they will try to scare you” line.
          Hey Obama wants to make sure that everyone knows he is patriotic and scratched his way up through school and college.

          • hank48188

            Why do people keep saying Obama was raised by a single mom?? Shouldn’t they say Obama was raised by a twice-divorced mother??

            • kinthenorthwest

              Because that is Obama’s line…He keeps emphasizing it, so that people will not say he is an elitist.

              From what I have read he was only 1 or two years with his mother alone (ages 0-2 or so). And then with his step-dad and then his grandparents. I dont think that really is being raised by a single parent.

            • kinthenorthwest

              Because that is Obama’s line…He keeps emphasizing it, so that people will not say he is an elitist.

              From what I have read he was only 1 or two years with his mother alone (ages 0-2 or so). And then with his step-dad and then his grandparents. I dont think that really is being raised by a single mother/parent

        • mimi

          And AAs have 0bama to thank for rendering racismmeaningless.

      • matchles

        Yeah it is nearly as overplayed as the sexism card. Two days ago it was “you can’t criticize Palin, it is sexist”.

        This sums it up perfectly…

        OK now, gimmie an H..

        gimmie a Y

        gimmie a P…O…C…R…I.T.E

        What’s that spell? HYPOCRITE

        get over it!

        • gosh, you sound so bitter…

          a. hillary
          b. mccain

          america first!

          • matchles

            Heart called they want you and the McCain camp to stop making reference to their song.

        • csuzeq

          Oh, Jon Stewart. I really used to love his show and watch it everyday. When the Odumbone made his 57 states comment and neither Stewart nor Colbert ran away with it, I stopped watching. I then heard they had trouble finding anything to make fun of about Obama. Wow. Then I should have my own Comdey Central show because I have made Odumbo the butt of many a joke on a daily basis. I tried to start watching Stewart again on occasion, but his desire of the black man is just way to obvious and sick for my taste. I always thought Stewart was a trail blazer, but apparently he is in with all those white men women haters who have discovered, once you go black, you never go back. Sick racist pigs.

          And it is very interesting to me that you cannot email the show. I find no contact us tab on that site. I joined the community a while back, but clearly it is a one way relationship. I am to love Stewart, but he doesn’t really care what I think of him.

          I probably won’t ever watch the daily show again and I hope many PUMAs tell him to suck it! He can go the way of Obama, Oprah and Obama and go away.

          Interestingly enough, Colbert doesn’t make me want to puke. Colbert has beat Stewart from day one in my book. He’s not afraid to go out on a limb.

          I heard a while back when the Daily Show started making fun of Odumbo they were told by the campaign to ease up so not to hurt the campaign. Apparently Stewart went along with it. He is just a wuss and I have no respect for him!

          • csuzeq

            Oops. I meant to say, Oprah, Obama and someone else, but I actually like that I put Obama twice so will leave it. Obama is a two faced creep and now it seems fitting and not a mistake.

        • LookingForwardTo2012

          You do realize that The Daily Show is a comedy show and not a newscast, right?

          • William L. Donlon


            WINK! WINK!

            NOD! NOD!

            NUDGE! NUDGE!


          • matchles

            So that means the doublespeak statements all those republicans just engaged in don’t count because it wasn’t shown on a real “newscast”?

      • beebop

        The real people who do experience racism are being placed in peril by 0bama’s over use of it. He and his charming wife have used it to their benefit.

    • TeakwoodKite

      Only a fool would think people who live in Alaska take anything for granted…

      Or someone who has never been there.

    • mimi

      0bama is on record as saying that he went to Chicago to learn the racial politics of Harold Washington.

      By hook or crook, he’s going to race-bait and guilt white America in order to win the WH.

      That’s who he is.

  • matchles

    Palin totally fits into the republican mold; I can see why you guys like her so much. She is already so adept at lying. Such a strong reformer, hiring a lobbyist to secure 27 million dollars for the 7000 people in her city.

    As governor it is even better, she lies about her support for the “bridge to nowhere”. Only cancels the project after the media calls congress on the bill. Then she goes on to steal the $220 million dollars in federal funds meant for the bridge, keeping it within the state.

    You poor people are so deluded if you think she is anything close to the “reformer” you claim she is.

    • RepublicanChick

      Barack totally fits the Democratic mold. I can see why you like him so much. He is so adept at lying. Such a strong advocate for “hope and change” in this “post racial” political world. He was a community organizer that did what? Potentially robbing millions of dollars earmarked for the children of Chicago? Beautiful!

      As state Senator, he felt no need to take a clear position on various issues. He lies about his relationship with William Ayers and Tony Rezko. And those are just the two white guys from Chicago that I’ve mentioned. Many others, but so little time.

      You little one are so deluded if you think he is anything close to the “hope and change” you claim he is.

      • matchles

        I can actually link credible news stories with my claims. Unfortunately, you can’t do the same. You offer “shady deals” of Obama buying his house at market value from a guy and “he served on a board” with another guy.

        It is so pathetic how you guys feed off each other. Telling stories on hearsay evidence and convincing each other of the most ridiculous charges. I mean there was a extended discussion on here yesterday of about 5-10 of you convincing each other that Obama was going to drop Biden and offer the VP to Hillary. Then you guys berated him about the decision that you envisioned and attributed to him as if he has already done it.

        I never really had a full conception of the term “sheeple” until I found these boards.

        You are up. I backed up my claims with evidence. Now it is your turn to link something that isn’t rumor or gossip. Here is a hint, you may have to venture out of your PUMA circle to find anything close to credible sources. There are a lot of f-ing loonies here.

        • beebop

          0bama is the I Have a Scheme candidate …..

          • Patrick Walker

            Never forget that Obama can mismanage as badly as his other fellow Republicans. Look at his time at the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, a $110M disaster.

            Yes, Obama is a Republican, he just plays a Democrat on TV.

        • Dr. Kate

          yawn. no one has to prove anything to you troll. you are an ass who tries to look manly by issuing a challenge.

          not. gonna. work.

          go home and change your diapers, and try to get out of your mom’s basement today, m’kay? You’re looking awfully pale and sickly, and its coming out in your posts.

          when the diaper and the mouth produce the same things, you know you are in a big pile of doo-doo.

      • Roninstia


      • One correction: he was a PART-TIME State Legislature. I wish the news media would report it properly and stop letting him get away with saying he had 8 years as a state legislature; they need to start reporting it was part-time experience only.

        Other than that, great post. 🙂

    • red_sleeves

      And you are supporting …whom?

      Lemme guess. Someone who has never lied, um
      ….never sought to improve the state and conditions of their constituents and
      …never changed their position?

      Holy shit! Who might this person be?

      Sounds great…

      Is it Jesus?

      Or …Muhammad?

      Am I warm?


      • matchles

        You are so clever. What better way to deride my comments than to claim I hold Obama as some sort of savior. Sorry to disappoint, but I don’t hold him as some sort of super hero, I just think that his policies are far superior to McCain’s.

        I know Obama has changed his mind. He’s stated that the surge worked better than he ever expected. But the fact that he admits when he has changed his mind is far better than McCain who just pretends the change never happened.

        I just did a quick look over McCain’s acceptance speech and for someone who claims to put country first he sure had a hard on over himself. First, it was pathetic for him to tell his own POW story, since every other major speaker had already done the same. Second, I just did a quick scan over the transcript of his speech and he made reference to himself (by saying I, me, or my) 229 times in that speech. That means he referenced himself over 4.6 times a minute.

        It is sad how easily you have fallen into the republican plot. McCain wants the vote to be about back stories because he has no plan for the country. Here at no quarter you are all his marionette, putting on the show just like he wants. Unfounded attacks on Obama’s character, check. Made up stories and conspiracies, check. Complete devotion to McCain, no matter his stance, decision or performance, check. You might wanna stop projecting. It is you fools who spout off all starry-eyed for McCain and Palin. Obama isn’t the one with a God complex.

        • Tristan

          Bush-Cheney Lite. Senator from Punjab. Distortions of positions on health care and NAFTA. Fraud in the caucuses. Calling the Clintons racist. When is Obama, Dean, and Brazile going to apologize for that stuff and hold people accountable? That’s when I’ll be a vote for your party again. You believe you can have a victory if you give up your principles, but you will end up with neither.

          Oh but its okay to lie and cheat because your policies are better? Which policy am I voting for? Drivers licenses for illegal aliens? FISA? Meetings with dictators with no preconditions? Renegotiate NAFTA? Faith-based initiatives? Limited offshore drilling? There’s so much triangulating and flip flops I wouldn’t even know what I was voting for if I voted for Obama. After all universal health care is off the table according to Kerry.

          Oh right I know. Stop the war and raise taxes on all those people who have too many houses. Of course the Iraq war’s already wonand we’ll send all the troops to Afghanistan, and we’re in a recession and rich people are losing their money faster than poor people, but never mind.

          • matchles

            Links would be your friend if you are trying to prove this because conventional wisdom isn’t on your side. The Senator from Punjab comments were not approved according to Obama in an interview with the Des Moines Register. However, it was reference to comments made by Hillary calling herself the “senator from Punjab” during a fundraiser for Indian-Americans.

            They never distorted her health care, they just pointed out the main difference, he would allow people to choose whether they wanted to take the health care or not (except parents had to cover their children) and she would mandate it for everyone.

            On NAFTA she has made countless statements of support for the bill. It was Newsday’s mistake to attribute their characterization of her view as a “boon” and make it seem like a quote. It wasn’t the Obama campaign who made up the “boon” comment.

            On the racist comments. That was all the media. The media ran with Bill’s Jesse Jackson winning in South Carolina comments. While I never considered the comments racist, many did. The Obama camp played no roll in the media coverage they sat out on the topic.

            If I’m wrong show me links that say otherwise.

        • kgirl1028

          you know if you want to like the arrogent snit that is obama, that’s cool. but we don’t and that’s cool too. now the last time i checked there is a big old world wide web, that you can surf on. You got NBC, ABC, PBS, CNN, and MSNBC that will provide all the obama butt licking that you like. So get the hell off of this board. You know how about running over to a few pro obama sites and tell them to stop spreading rumors about Sarah Palin? Since you have principals and all. But i bet you won’t do that. So shut up and let the grown up talk.

          • matchles

            I’m all fine with you not voting for him. I’m here to point out the distortions. In the 2 weeks I’ve come to these boards I’ve seen Obama accused of murdering the Arkansas Dem Chair and Stephanie Tubbs Jones. I’ve seen him called a fascist, a sexist and a racist. I’ve seen rampant rumors about him dumping Biden as VP, his continued “disrespect” of Hillary, and distortions of his relationship with Ayers and Rezko. Accusations that he is targeting Palin’s family in attacks (though no one is able to link ONE instance of a quote from Obama, Biden or any other dem attacking Bristol Palin for being pregnant).

            In terms of distortions about Palin. The only one so far has been the one about her cutting Special Needs courses by 62%. If you notice that one isn’t being talked about anymore because they recognized it was untrue and stopped the coverage on it.

            I haven’t seen many grown ups here. I think there has been only once that anyone has actually tried to engage me in a conversation on the issues that was well founded and coherent.

            If you guys were to stop the character and issue distortions, I would gladly stop. But until then, duty calls, someone is WRONG on the internet.

            • and distortions of his relationship with Ayers and Rezko

              What distortions? These are his best buddies.. one is the Timothy MCVeigh of the 70s. and the other is the slum-lord corruptor of the government of the State of Illinois, the government of the County of Cook and the government of the City of Chicago.

              Such lovely people. They fit right into the image Obama’s Rasputin molds for him.

              • matchles

                Links please. Maybe I’m cynical but I don’t really trust you to supply credible information.

        • Can you call refusing to accept reality to accepting reality as a change of one’s mind?

          The true changing of mind is for Obama to say that he now would have approved the surge at the time. However, he says he would have still rejected it despite knowing it would work.

          The man is an idiot.

          • athy


            More info about Sen Obama’s position on Iraq…

            obama russert meeting

            Read What Sen Obama said to Tim Russert in this interview on 7/25/04 Meet the Press
            when Russert asked him what he thought of John Kerry’s position on Iraq invasion and what information did Sen Obama have access to at the time that caused him to have different opinion than Sen Kerry about the Iraq invasion…and…did he think Sen Kerry was wrong?

            • We were talking about the surge. Anything before 2007 has nothing to do with the surge.

        • TeakwoodKite

          his policies are far superior to McCain’s

          Which ones? The ones he plagerized during the primaries?

          Or the ones he has used his flip-floppery on to make O manure with?

          Was it his staed position to vote against FISA? What did he do?

          Was it Exelon who bought his vote on the Cheney energy bill?

          Was it his close friendship with Crown that sold out union members?
          Washing machines made in the US? naw..

          Matchles… You ask for links. You speak of falling into a “trap”…
          The only one out there scamming on ya is BO. Good luck with the trap thing…

          What policies? All I hear are lies out of BO’s mouth and his actions make it clear he has no intention of doing ANYTHING he says. That is what immoral indifferent humans do.

          The only link you need is the one to reality. You have very little time to find.

    • hilldemgoneindie

      matchles… STFU!!! thank you.

      • ummm

        Speaking of shutting up…

        MAN, they tucked Palin away pretty quick. You’d think they weren’t confident enough in her abilities to, you know, know shit.

        • beebop

          She was out campaigning today in WISONSIN … a must win state. Where was Imbibin’ …. ??? At a fund raiser? Oh. Wait. I got an email askin’ for money this morning. I sent this back …. hahahahahahahaha.

          Hopey he understands derision.

          • tskTsk


            He’s still on his drunken bender. What a loser. Loser/Loser vs. Mac/Palin 2008

    • athy

      and Sen Obama and Sen Biden are change agents?, The Obama Craze: Count Me out ” by Matt Gonzalez 2/27/08

      CBS News 2/26/08 Does Obama’s Record Back His Rhetoric? Reports: Democratic Frontrunner Promises To Bring Unity, But Work In Senate Limited Mostly To “Midrange Issues” “Some insight into Barrack”s domestic & int”l oppositions How difficult was it to write & pass some of the legislation he is getting credit for- what REAL value did bill have for citizens?

      Sen Obama has int’l experience? Tell that to the Europeans and others

      Read why credit card industry loves Obama/Biden

      “The final version of the bill was cleverly titled the “Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005,” but it wasn’t aimed at preventing abuse or protecting consumers, and everyone knew it.”

      Joe Biden: No True Friend of Working Men and Women by Jackson Williams

    • stodghie

      hey match, don’t take us for fools. i know very well what palin is. she is a conservative and i am not. i am now a moderate independent as are many in this country. but first of all we love our country. we know what is wrong. i have been very critical of the usa. i was even something of a rebel when young. however i didn’t look up william ayers as my beste buddy in the whole wide world. i didn’t have a saudi billionaire pay for my time at harvard. i didn’t sign up at trinty or marry a woman who hates whites. i grew up and lived my life making a contribution when and where i could. i didn’t spend my whole adult life chasing after the next job and doing nothing with the one i had. i am now supporting palin because i understand that the democratic congress has the lowest poll numbers because they deserve it. obama pushed us out the door and we aren’t coming back. live with it.

      • tskTsk

        The Democratic congress has failed the nation. They have allowed self-interest and corrupt politics to overshadow their duty as elected representatives — their duty to taxpayers.

        Sarah BaraCuda is ready to clean up this corruption with a stroke of her mighty pen. Sarah to save the day 2nd amendment right to bear arms. The Maverick team is ready to lead us to a new dawn. Follow the yellow brick centrist road down the middle to reach across both sides. Cleaning up corruption is the first order of business. There will be no real progress without cleaning up the thugs in Washington first.

    • She will kick OPoseur’s ass in November, and that’s enough for me.

      We’ll deal with Palin in 2012—in the meantime McCain/Palin = HRC 2012.

  • William L. Donlon

    Sara Palin is to the Woman’s Rights Movement What Obama is to the Civil Rights Movement.

    AAs have had two years to get used to the change Obama represents, but Women have had less than a Week.

    Both have benefitted from their movements.

    Both have been able to believe and dream things their movement founders could not.

    Both are well educated, talk sass to power and are talented in their own right.

    Each has evolved beyond their mentors.

    Because of those who toiled in the “Movements” each is part of the first generation that has been able to “cash in” with college educations, a confidence and a self respect their mentors could only hope for.

    They are to the Founders of Their “Movements”, what the “Boomers” were to their Mother and fathers of “The Greatest Generation” who fought WWII.

    Bill, Hillary and Jessy are founders, Barack and Sarah are their beneficiaries.

    In 2008 the torch has been passed.

    That reflex you are feeling to hold on, that instinct not to let go, is the same mixed feeling every parent feels when the child leaves home.

    We all crave change even as we fear it.
    We all know that all change is not good just as all movement is not forward.

    But America is founded on change and so are our social and cultural institutions.

    Look at the nations like Cuba that do not have free elections and then look at those that do.

    An election is change by it’s very nature.

    The river you crossed in the January primaries is not the same river you seek to re cross in the general election.

    The very waters have changed,in temperature, speed and debth.

    Clinton and her supporters have done more to bring about this new dynamic than any one else on the field.

    I’m proud of what Hillary has accomplished, but like Moses before her, there is no guarantee that she will get to the Promised Land.

    Just her children..

    • LogicallySpeaking

      In 2008 the torch has been passed.

      I can’t really agree with the torch being passed.

    • Roninstia

      Very well said, William. I concur. I am one of the unwashed masses of ignorant, baby boomer feminists. Seeing the presidential glass ceiling shattered before I die is more important to me than almost any policy issue. (The one that would have clinched my vote is Hillary’s universal healthcare plan. BO’s is BS.)

      McCain/Palin ’08

      • voterinexile

        shattering the glass ceiling is an issue.

    • OH PLEASE….this isn’t “separation anxiety.”

      The torch has been passed, all right–Donna Brazille passed it to Howard Dean, and he used it to light the fire that burnt the goddamned HOUSE down.

      Now we are homeless, and now we are PISSED.

      Howard can take that torch and shove it up his ass.

      • stodghie

        i say burn down the house and start over. there are some good folks. rangel, lee, etc who can lead the aa congressional group. as for those who dissed clinton, i have no use for them. let them wander in the wasteland for all i care.

  • Laura

    She looks like Angelina Jolie in one of her action flicks , in this picture.

    • Shine My Shoes Barky Boy

      No one see Rene Russo in the profile? As Rene looked in Tin Cup?


      • I’m jealous that someone who’s had 5 kids can look that good LOL. Brains and beauty, great personality and sense of humor, tough and capable. She’s the whole package that’s for sure. Males and females can find a lot to like about her. She brings a lot to the McCain ticket. Unlike Ob, she is a real person not some shadow man.

  • mimi

    Obviously, a coup is being planned. There’s no other explanation.

  • Shine My Shoes Barky Boy


    I don’t get it – Hill didn’t even get to get her votes counted? They whipped her into calling for an ACCLAMATION for Cheap Suit? This is democracy? What’s the matter with the media? How come nobody is calling the DNC and Obama out on this? Don’t they see he’s stolen/hijacked the entire party?

    And they don’t get it either when everyone runs to the Sarah camp – they don’t get it.

    Are they all brain damaged or what? Are they deliberately trying to conceal this from as many voters as possible?

    And the new wave of vitriol is more vicious than ever. What drives these people?

    • Dhyana

      Why go over old news? Oh I see, you’re a Republican troll.

      • karen for Clinton (sigh, McPalin now)

        There is no old news obama troll. POTUS isn’t running for community organizer.

        sheesh, these obots don’t have a clue.

      • stodghie

        dhyana, take your head out of that dark place and come into the light. yeah, that’s right you! shame on you. go do some real homework besides the barfy spot! we know better and all you are to us is a good laugh. that’s right we laugh at you.

  • cdo

    I don’t watch tv, wasn’t there another Bill O’Rielly interview tonight?
    Anyone see it if there was?

    • red_sleeves

      Not tonight.

      The interview will air in three more parts, at 8 p.m. ET Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

      • PewL

        Bill Oreilly also starting on Tuesday nite, with Ayers Rev Wright,and who Obama really is..Should be a good week on Fox…imo

  • fred

    Root is no fan of the Democratic nominee: “A vote for Obama is four years of Karl Marx, and no one should be happy about that,” he told us and a few genial young libertarian activists over cocktails. “He’s a communist! I don’t care what anybody says. The guy’s a communist…. And his mother was a card-carrying communist, and he says she’s the most important person in his entire life; he learned everything from her.

    Some excerpts from the conversation:

    Matt Welch: So tell us what we should know about Barack Obama that we don’t?

    Wayne Allyn Root: I think the most dangerous thing you should know about Barack Obama is that I don’t know a single person at Columbia that knows him, and they all know me. I don’t have a classmate who ever knew Barack Obama at Columbia. Ever

    continue reading here:

    • Shine My Shoes Barky Boy


      Does anyone doubt that possibly Barack could have gotten into Harvard with a C average because he’s black, where as I, white, couldn’t get into the same school with a B-plus, A-minus average? And yet his wife says that America is a terrible nation unfair to minorities! I say, Au contraire!

      This is a must read.

      • Shine My Shoes Barky Boy


        This is the original link.

        It’s really amazing what one does not know about Obama. It’s really amazing this has been kept so far from the media and the public attention; it’s amazing all we have is a couple of books more fantasy and fiction than fact; it’s amazing all this goes on and no one in the MSM reacts.

        • Heather

          Yes, where are the old friends of Obama? Why don’t they come forward to testify about him, like the old friends of people like Palin, Hillary and John McCain do? Obama has NO personal references. At least none that are presentable. Has he spent his whole life trolling the gutters for Rezko types and having one-nighters with Larry Sinclairs? Has he thrown everyone he ever knew under some large form of transportation? Is he a desperate loner?

          I mean, folks, none of these options looks particularly savory.

          • You know I have wondered that for a long time. Where are all the people from his past that are his friends? He hardly ever even has family with him except for wife and kids. This is a more than curious interview from someone at the same college when he was. I read before that he did get into Harvard via legacy and Mansour. True or not I don’t know. However, there is way too much in his background, both known and unknown, that should be brought out to the public. It is incredible that the MSM can sit on this stuff and no one calls them on it. They’d rather pick on 17 year olds who are not even running for anything. What bunch of asses they all are. I hope this gets thrown all over the net. Send it to Hannity, Rush, Beck, Dobs and Greta and maybe they will pick it up. Here’s hoping anyway.

            • Zee

              Me, too, chris…did he have any girlfriends? Or boyfriends, perhaps?

              I don’t care for these Libertarians with their racist overtones, but it is a fact there is a HUGE cone of silence around Obama’s past.


        • Heather

          Hey go to and look at Palin’s published letters and declarations. You will see that she is a fiscal conservative who has exercised line-item vetos very thoughtfully with an eye to reducing expenses and putting money in the bank for Alaska’s future. Every veto reflects a lot of investigation. Her budget letters describe meetings she has held with the sponsors of projects and with affected communities, and how she has carefully divided up the budget requests into those that can be granted, those that should be funded another way, those that are redundant, etc. These documents, all on the public record, indicate that she is VERY thorough and very fair.

          Meanwhile Barky’s documentation from his IL Senate days is strangely missing. As are his transcripts from Columbia. As is his birth certificate.

      • hank48188

        This is a GREAT READ, this guy is from the same class as Obama at Columbia and knows many people from that school and NONE OF THEM ever remember Obama. Obama is a complete FRAUD

        • Instructors would know & remember him. All universities have required courses, so it shouldn’t be difficult to talk to those instructors at the very least.

          • Zee

            Then why hasn’t it been done, long ago?

            Cone of silence.

    • Dhyana

      A vote for Obama is four years of incompetence, like Bush, and a vote for McCain is four years of a divided government that will go nowhere. I prefer the divided government, but not by much.

      • RepublicanChick

        At the rate Obama is going, the Democrats may end up losing Congressional seats as well. There’s nothing like cheering for our divided government to go nowhere.

        We’ve already acheived that marker these past two years. No thank you!

        • RepublicanChick

          acheived should be achieved

        • Patrick Walker

          Actually, this may not be the case. A month ago or so the pollsters were basically saying that the Democratic brand was going up and the Republcian brand was going down. What was interesting is how they mentioned these trends not affecting their Presidential nominees.

          The Democratic brand was not lifting Obama and the Republican brand was not sinking McCain.

          • I dont claim to have any data.. but i think if the media keeps up it’s insane bias, and if the McCain can get people to see the danger of Obama, and/or if something comes up that shows Congress inaction in face of a crisis… there just might be a switch back.

            Did anyone anticipate the 1994 switch? I dont remember

    • tzada

      I sent that article to Drudge last night. Everyone of us needs to send it and get this message out.

  • cdo

    Obama’s sorry routine got old a while ago. (he is STILL using that lame “my name is funny sounding” shtick…yawn)
    The media has a new shiny. Good for PUMA if this gets McCain over the finish line.
    My only concern is cleaning up the god awful mess inside the DNC. We have no party until that happens.
    Palin’s ability to remain a player on a long term basis will not be apparent for quite awhile.
    We know Hillary will be around, thats good enough for me.

    • Dhyana

      I don’t see how electing McCain is going to be good for Americans, and don’t see how electing Obama is good for Americans. I’ll sleep like Rip Van Winkle for 4 years. Hopefully we’ll have good candidates from both parties that give us good choices instead of holding our noses.

      • dhyana….

        McCain will be good for Americans because he has trust factor that is completely absent from obama.

        may not agree with him in all things, but he has record that speaks for well for him. also, he is the most active bi-partisan republican or democrat, and that fares well for us all.

        what has obama got….more flip flops than a beach in summer.

        no record of record, and a bunch of bums in his immediate corner.

        i’m no republican, but i am definitely no obamacan

        guess that makes me a McCain Democrat.

        time for caution to the wind, and pray for the best for the most. this is what my intuition is strongly urging right now. more will be revealed later.

        then Hillary in 4 yrs. and a rebuilt dem leadership.

        • csuzeq

          I like to be referred to as a Clinton democrat.

    • tzada

      Yea I put that crap right up there with his stupid “silly season” remark. Is he gonna stare down Putin telling him this is just “silly season”? How infantile, non presidential. Is he gonna flip him off too?

      Right now he is declaring war on Pakistan.

      To me he looks like a man deranged, scary and crazed.
      Do you want his hands on the red button?

  • James

    She’s getting more love than Senator Clinton, that’s the part I don’t like. But as long as Obama is not elected, it’s cool.

    • athena

      Well that is required to detract from Mr. Fancy Pants!

    • MaryPat

      I hear that McCain’s speech also had as many viewers as Obama’s spectacle at Invesco Field. And here Barry and the DNC spent all that money on fancy Greek columns and fireworks. Snicker…

      It appears that the voters may have had enough of staring at shiny objects. The real woman running for VP on the Republican ticket is so much more compelling than Senator Smoke and Mirrors.

      • Shine My Shoes Barky Boy

        No – McCain had MORE. And this despite it being boycotted by the democratic black supremacy television channels.


        • Brendy

          Yes, McCain had MORE VIEWERS and LESS t.v. stations picked it up than Obummers! LOL!

      • sjl106

        McCain beat obama’s viewership by 500,000 people and 4 less stations that covered the convention, go figure…LOL

  • athena

    Oh you know this is killing “the One” and Oprah…..

    • Pink Panther

      Neither Obama nor Oprah look well these days. They look tired.

      • BlueTopaz

        This makes me very happy! 2 racists facing reality.


    • Hispana

      May Oprah stress and eat her way to a new size 100. I think that she will pay as US Mag did. No one is looking at this behavior and taking it with a grain of salt.

      • Gretawire had a vote tonight as to whether Oprah made a mistake saying she’s like to have Sarah on her show but because she doesn’t want to play politics on the show, she’d ask her for after the election. No matter that she had Barry and MEchille on twice before the primary and has done nothing but promote and shill for him.

        I believe the vote was 97% for mistake. Many comments saying that Sarah shouldn’t do Oprah and that after the election she wouldn’t be available because she’d be too busy getting up to speed as VP! HAAH! So much for Harpo. Her ratings are sinking as I type.

      • tzada

        I think the reason she had the Olympians on here show (I thinks she did or will) is to try and get them to endorse Sir Barks a Lot.

    • tillthen

      Fuck Oprah, She knows what Obama is, that he is implicated in murders, that he had limo sex with Larry Sinclair, the business with Rezko,



      • MG

        Yes! I sold all of my stock holdings in GE. (Note to investors: GE is going



  • Seattle Moss

    I love strong Women!!
    Gives me that tingly feeling up my leg

    • red_sleeves

      Kind of cool. Although, I did give Biden a sympathy vote. I’d have a beer with him, … long as he is paying.

      Grab a beer with
      Palin 43%
      Obama 28%
      McCain 16%
      Biden 13%

      Biggest disappointment
      Biden 34%
      McCain 33%
      Obama 19%
      Palin 14%

      Biggest star
      Palin 51%
      Obama 45%
      McCain 3%
      Biden 1%

      • matchles

        Voting for the person we’d rather grab a beer with did us wonders during the Bush-Kerry election.

        • red_sleeves

          You’re correct…

          Kerry would have shat gold bricks and we’d all be millionaires in perfect health with the whole world lining up to give us hand jobs.

    • red_sleeves
    • red_sleeves
      • Bellevue_NW_Voter

        Been out for a while.

  • William L. Donlon

    Tax probe into long time Clinton supporter was started during the Primaries.

    The Tax probe into Charles Rangel, 15th Congressional District of New York, was started by Obama Operatives after he refused to defect in February.

    Rangel, the head of the “Ways and Means” Committee is the most powerful Black man in America.

    Rangel’s influence at a brokered Dem. Convention was feared and the Obama Campaign was looking for “leverage” to use against Rangel if it got tough in Denver.

    Convention over, probe over, Pay back taxes and a fine and move on.

    No one will notice—RIGHT???

    Yeah! Like we are not all adults here and need the facts of life explained.

    Well it didn’t go un-noticed by the PUMAs Barack!

    Other Clinton supporters report they have been similarly threatened by Obama.

    It was meant to send the chilling message, “if they can do this to Rangel, what can they do to you”???

    Down load this post and e-mail it to everyone out there who worked for Clinton.

    “To be for warned is to be for armed”.

    I have nothing but the highest respect for Charles Rangel who never caved.

    • mimi

      Link please… with regard to the fact that 0bama’s campaign initiated the probe into Rangel’s taxes in February because he refused to defect.

      If this is true, then there’s a reason Percy Sutton spilled the beans in a March interview on 0bama’s connection to al-Monsour and the Saudis. Rangel, Sutton, Dinkins, Paterson(the father of the governor) are all buddies.

      You people don’t seem to realize, 0bama is apparently blackmailing a lot of Dems. He’s holding the Party hostage.

      • ok, that’s just sick. Mac needs to take this O’bloodsucker out for good.

        • There’s good news on that front. Obama’s ambitious ’50 State’ strategy is rapidly contracting as he cedes more and more states to McCain:

          Ads have now been pulled from Georgia, and the purported ‘map changing’ of Obama is being further exposed as the lie it has always been.

          And Palin has only just come on the scene to steal votes from Obama bin Biden.

          Here’s where things are at, for real:

          – The race will come down, very likely, to OH, MI, and PA

          – The only 2 states that BHO may pick up from Kerry (252 EV’s in 2004) are IA & NM. That would give him 264 EV’s, and give McCain 274.

          McCain = president.

          If McCain wins either MI or PA, he almost certainly will be the next President.

          So, what do we have to do?

          1. Pound MI, PA and OH. Volunteer, write local papers Letters to the Editor, etc. Drive to these states and help canvas. Anything.

          2. Help prevent ACORN-led voter fraud. There are already reports of an Obama scheme to ship IL voters in to OH to vote on Election Day, similar to busing that took place in the Democratic primaries. Help shut this down, and not just in OH. If you see suspect voter registration taking place, report it. If you can volunteer to be trained to help prevent voting fraud on or before Election Day, do it.

          On junk sites like 538 dot com, you will hear utter crap about how everything has to break just so for McCain to win.


          Right now, McCain is poised to win. Forget about the national number. State to state, he is set to win the EV contest. If the election were held today, McCain would be the President. Again, BHO would only, for sure, pick up IA. He would likely pick up NM. He would probably win MI and might win PA.

          And he would still lose, with 264 EV’s.

          This is one reason the Palin pick was so good. First, consolidate your base. After that, start picking off Indys and female voters, bit by bit, state by state. This is how to do it.

          We are in the perfect position to win this election. Things could not be better. There’s still plenty to be done, but right now everything is set-up for Mr. Illegitimate to be defeated, along with the corrupt DNC. And then we can take the party back that was stolen from our majority.

          It is all right there for us. Go out, embrace the McCain/Palin ticket — if only to help us clean out the infected DNC — and help bring this victory home.

          This thing is much further along than many realize. We only need to finish strong and the nightmare that is Obama will be gone, permanently.

          • Bellevue_NW_Voter

            You wrote: If you can volunteer to be trained to help prevent voting fraud on or before Election Day, do it.

            How? Where?

            • MG

              Contact your local County Clerk-Recorder (CA) or the Elections Office in your State.


          • pasmalltowngirl

            After I read your post, I went to John Mcain’s web sit to order a sign for my yard.

            This area, as with most of Pa. is predominantly Democrat. I am a registered Dem. I will proudly display a McCain/Palin sign in my yard.

            Our country, our children, our future will always come before any political party. I can assure you, that even though, Pa. is a Dem. state, we are Americans first and always. I find it very unlikely that Obama will win Pa. We are not bitter people who cling to guns and religion. We are very proud people, proud to have the privilege to live in this great country. We are fighters, we will fight for the freedom and safety of our country, we will fight for our children’s future.

            I will be voting for McCain/Palin as a registered Democrat, to send a strong message to the DNC. I will also be mailing my change of party affiliation on the same day, I will be changing to an Independent.

            I recommend that everyone go to John McCain’s site and watch his video. It brought tears to my eyes. Country First !!!


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      • Peggy Sue

        And this is why I’m voting Republican for the first time in my life. The Democratic Party needs to be disinfected and hosed down. It’s repulsive.

        McCain/Palin ’08

        • standard

          Congratulations. Your comment made “Gem of the Day” at

      • karen for Clinton (sigh, McPalin now)

        William Donlon and mimi,

        This Rangel investigation being from ob makes total sense. That Percy Sutton outted something like that was very curious, I thought maybe his age was a factor and he said too much.

        My ex-husband worked in the early 70’s in Percy’s borough president office, so I am well aware of what fine men they both were and I’d bet still are today.

        Dinkin’s wasn’t the greatest mayor, but he too was a good man and he got my vote, as did Jesse.

        Jesse wanting to cut off ob’s nuts – this is just the type of thing that would make him want to do it.

        Jesse fasted to atone for the remark and then got sick to his stomach, literally.

        If Jackson, Rangel, Dinkin’s etal know then lots of people know and it will come out.

        So who sent them to destroy Rangel? OBAMA FITS, he has done it before, it is his Modus Operandi.

        And a whole lot of NY’ers are not going to forgive and forget that.

        • mimi

          0bama’s trying to destroy Rangel, that’s clear. He probably wants Bill Perkins to run for it. The Assemblyman who said “Harlem’s not Bill Clinton’s personal plantation.” Before I let that happen, I’ll run for the seat myself.

          • If I were a NY-er I’d vote for you, MIMI!

      • getfitnow

        There was a story in NYTimes online yesterday re: Rangel and “sweet” mortgage terms on villa. I just looked at headline and didn’t read the story.

      • athy

        That is one of my major concerns about Sen Obama’s campaign…Who is really in charge–the DNC puppetmasters OR the puppet (and his REAL masters) …

        The DNC may have chosen Sen Obama as the Democratic pre-ordained nominee for the presidential election however… HOW WELL DID THEY VET HIM??? Does the DNC think it controls (or can control) Sen Obama and his associates? What influence will the DNC have over Sen Obama IF Sen Obama becomes president?

        Many things worry me about Sen Obama’s candidacy and the most obvious is the following:
        Obama facebook

        We dont want ANY of these people getting anywhere Washington DC, our Constitution, or our Bill of Rights.

        These are all close associates of Sen Obama.
        Sen Obama owes many people many favors…what are they expecting as repayment?

        If Sen Obama wins…who will really be in charge of our country?

    • isn’t he the slimeball that had 4 (yes 4) rent controlled apartments from a huge corporation? and he was using one of the apartments as his office which was illegal?

      the ny times did an expose on him a few months ago…

      he was furious…

      a. hillary
      b. mccain

      america first!

      • athy


        Pure speculation here on my part however…I do wonder how many months Sen Obama’s campaign sat on that information before it decided to pull it out and use it against Rangel when he refused to follow along?

        What Rengel did was wrong.

        Would it have come out in the open if he supported Sen Obama’s campaign?

        How many other politician’s have had this tactic used against them to get them to support Sen Obama?

        If any of these pols were ‘blackmailed’ (xtra marital affairs, coke habits, kids on drugs, illegal non Us citizen as employees, took bribe 10 years ago…WHATEVER) by Obama campaign to gain their support in his race for the presidency-you do realize that they are ‘in his pocket’ forever…
        If they succumbed to any blackmail at this early stage, Sen Obama OWNS THEM….period.

        Look back at this race…are there any endorsements of Sen Obama made by any politicians that just left you shaking your head asking…”what the hell?
        How,why,when? ”

        Dig a little deeper as to why these politicians may have supported Sen Obama.

        Get facts…ask about what specific policy ideas of Sen Obama converted these die hard Democrats to throw their support 100% behind Obama so early, so very early, in the campaign.

        Read old interviews-not the stuff they are saying today.

        • mimi

          0bama has a nerve! He lives in a Rezko glass mansion. Throwing stones at Rangel? Don’t make me laugh! What a freakin hypocrite.

          I can’t believe that the Dem let this punkass prick get away with this shit.

          We have to rebuild the Party.

        • If Obama wins this election, he will begin a purging every Dem that did not originally support him! He will then control the Party fully. We can’t allow this to happen.

    • Charlie Rangel sat with Hill and Chelsea during Bill’s RNC address–the one where Mrs. O looked like she had shit on her lip.

      In contrast, Charlie, Hill and Chel looked like they’d just come from Happy Hour and discovered they’d won a free trip to the Bahamas on top of it all–they looked simply overjoyed.

      Gotta wonder what THEY know!

      • Pardon, DNC address, not RNC. Funny how they all look alike now….

        • karen for Clinton (sigh, McPalin now)

          he he,

          2000 and 2004 they were the rethuglicans

          2008 it is the dimocrat obamacrats.

    • standard

      Charlie Rengal is a brilliant politician who has done NY proud.
      This harassment is making me puking sick to my stomach.

      • Charles Rangel is simply the best and such a gentleman and one that served his country too. I hope he is fine and that this too passes. He will always be a class act!

        • Too bad Rangle was the one to force HRC to finally end her campaign. (Rememeber, she did not concede after the final primaries took place in June.) A few days later she gave her last primary speech.

          I, too, was intrigued that he sat with HRC and Chelsea at the convention. They looked like they were having a blast!

    • fif

      You are wrong to say that he never caved. After Hillary won the final primary, and gave that speech saying she wanted to hear from her supporters and “would talk to Party leaders” about how she would more forward (ie: should she take it to the Convention floor), it was Charles Rangel that strongarmed her to drop out. He made a public statement that was critical, saying she needed to declare for Obama. I am a New Yorker, and I was very disappointed by his capitulation.

      • mimi

        I’m a New Yorker and I was too. But given what I have learned and the fact that none of the SDs all over the country were going to support Hillary in a brokered Convention, it really didn’t matter what Rangel did at that point.

        Face it, 0bama stole the Primary.

    • sjl106

      obama and his thugs are sleazes, they threatened all of the members of the CBC who supported Hillary and though it was mentioned once or twice by the media they never did their jobs.

    • Andy

      William Donlon:

      Could you please post some links?