Oct 09 2008

No Wonder Obama Will Sit Down With Rogue Nations Who Support Terrorists

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America!

[Note: I am going to bracket every post related to the 2008 Presidential election with the above tag line to remind everyone what this election is all about. If I fail to do so please remind me to update the posts!]

Now I understand why Obama was willing to sit down with terrorists supporting rogue nations without any preconditions. Clearly he has had no issues sitting down and working with unrepentant American terrorists, so it would be natural for him to reach out across the battle lines to our enemies outside the nation as he has with our enemies inside this great country:

That is one powerful and concise advertisement about what is wrong with Barack Obama and his vision of America.

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America!

10 responses so far

10 Responses to “No Wonder Obama Will Sit Down With Rogue Nations Who Support Terrorists”

  1. clintsf says:

    I’m really excited to see them roll this out.

    I’ve been saying for weeks now that McCain was just holding on to all of this ammunition, saving it for a month-long barrage at the end. (Remember a month or so ago when he was obviously inside Obama’s and the MSM’s OODA Loop…. I think that was a dry run, and we’re about to see the real thing.)

    But it’s been hard to keep the faith with the twin disasters of the financial crisis and the bailout bill, and McCain’s dive in the polls (even though I don’t really believe the polls).

    I think the next four weeks are going to be very, very exciting.

  2. momdear1 says:

    Check out story on World Net daily. Carville is “hinting” that we are in for riots if Obama loses. Sounds like a subtle threat of Jihad to me. This is the second story “hinting” that minorities won’t take kindly to their man losing.

  3. BarbaraS says:

    The problem with Obama is that we do not know who sent him. The choices are many and varied. All we know is that someone did. Whether it was Ayers and the communist party, the socialist party, Emil Jones or the muslim nations we don’t know. Maybe he is willing to sit down with the terrorists because he is one of them.

  4. Neo says:

    House Republican leader John A. Boehner of Ohio escalated the war on ACORN today, calling for it to be cut off from all federal money and going so far as to call for a ban on ACORN contracting with candidates for federal office.

    The organization “cannot be trusted with another dollar of the taxpayers’ money,” says Boehner.

    ACORN receives federal money through the affordable housing trust fund after that money has been sent to states and local governments. So Congress, to keep the group from getting money, would need to specifically forbid ACORN from being eligible to get federal funds.

    “Contracting for services between candidates for federal office and ACORN, as Sen. Obama has done, must end,” says Boehner. “Now that the taxpayers own Fannie Mae, any funding from Fannie Mae’s nonprofit foundation to ACORN must stop.”

    Can You say “Hatch Act” ?

    Wasn’t there a sheriff in Georgia(?) being investigated over a McCain campaign appearance .. meanwhile ACORN takes federal funds .. like the sheriff .. and then gets paid to do work for the Obama campaign .. unlike the sheriff, who does it for free.

  5. Birdalone says:

    yep, that Obama promise to “fundamentally change” America at the end of the 2nd debate is worthy of your new slogan.

    CNN is starting to hammer ACORN.

    Mark Halperin of Time asks O’campaign Gibbs about Ayers and the Annenberg Challenge Project on video. sorry I don’t have that link. The pdf of ACP grants is online now.

    how Dean Reynolds of CBS describes how the press is viewing the campaigns:

    “…Behind the scenes, where the public is not allowed, there are other differences.

    Obama’s campaign schedule is fuller, more hectic and seemingly improvisational. The Obama aides who deal with the national reporters on the campaign plane are often overwhelmed, overworked and un-informed about where, when, why or how the candidate is moving about.
    … The national headquarters in Chicago airily dismisses complaints from journalists wondering why a schedule cannot be printed up or at least e-mailed in time to make coverage plans. Nor is there much sympathy for those of us who report for a newscast that airs in the early evening hours. Our shows place a premium on live reporting from the scene of campaign events. But this campaign can often be found in the air and flying around at the time the “CBS Evening News with Katie Couric” is broadcast. I suspect there is a feeling within the Obama campaign that the broadcast networks are less influential in the age of the internet and thus needn’t be accomodated as in the days of yore. Even if it’s true, they are only hurting themselves by dissing audiences that run in the tens of millions every night.

    The McCain folks are more helpful and generally friendly. The schedules are printed on actual books you can hold in your hand, read, and then plan accordingly. The press aides are more knowledgeable and useful to us in the news media. The events are designed with a better eye, and for the simple needs of the press corps. When he is available, John McCain is friendly and loquacious. Obama holds news conferences, but seldom banters with the reporters who’ve been following him for thousands of miles around the country. Go figure.

    The McCain campaign plane is better than Obama’s, which is cramped, uncomfortable and smells terrible most of the time. Somehow the McCain folks manage to keep their charter clean, even where the press is seated. …”

  6. kathie says:

    How did Obama get to where he is today (change America, not Washington)? Who has been standing up for America mostly by himself. Who voted for “No child left behind”, and then who supported it? Who voted for the war in Iraq, and who then went on to call the President a lair it when it got hard? Who called for a comprehensive energy policy, but got no where? Who called to regulate Fanny and Freddy and got no where? Who asked for new FISA rules and was called Hitler, even tho both houses voted for it? Who said Social Security needs to be reformed before we can’t keep our commitment? What powers does a President have in time of war, “water-boarding” and Gitmo, who then was called a dictator. I guess I could go on and on. But what I think is that Americans did not stand up for America when they should have because they bought into MSM garbage that Bush is a dunce and is to be vilified. Republicans didn’t want to be associated with him and Dems wanted power. Today we have Obama because Americans have been to afraid of being embarrassed by MSM and others who bought into the garbage to say, that for the last 8 years someone was standing up for America and he has done a darn good job.

  7. archtop says:

    Hi AJ,

    Archtop here. I am truly humbled that you chose to highlight my simple comment about the last debate on your blog. It’s good to see that it has resonated with you and others here.

    I hope everyone on our side is prepared to be energized for the upcoming vote. I don’t think this election is a done deal for Obama as the media are hinting, and a lot can change between now and November 4 (including the polls, if they really matter). Just look at all of the crowds coming to see McCain and Palin! I wonder if any of them have been asked to participate in any of the so-called polls!

    I also hope everyone realizes that if Obama is elected, we should all prepare ourselves to be forced to change for the “greater good”. From global warming to health care, we will be asked to hand more and more of our freedoms to the government. And just think what will happen to our laws when liberal judges are appointed in droves. Of course, government won’t change. They’ll continue to reward the well-connected and the special interests, and expect us to pay the bill. You can count on it. If something goes wrong, they will simply place the blame on someone else. Just look at all the Democrats who are acting like innocent bystanders throughout the current financial crisis. And our media will simply look the other way at government corruption (unless committed by Republicans).

    I am an optimist though. I know we can get McCain and Palin successfully to the finish line if we stay focused and keep the energy level up!

  8. conman says:


    It has been a long time since I have checked up on your blog. I was curious to see what you were saying now that things aren’t going so well for McCain and the GOP. As suspected, I see the same desperation coming out of the McCain/Palin campaign. Our country is facing one of the most significant financial and foreign policy challenges since the Depression/WWII and all you can talk about is Ayers? Or attempting to discredit the same polls that you were blogging about every day after the RNC convention when they were more favorable to McCain? Don’t you think there are more important and pressing issues or policies to discuss?

    You blog is a perfect example of why the majority of America is rejecting McCain and the GOP – they don’t stand for anything except fear-mongering and ranting about why you shouldn’t vote for the other guy. Reducing the campaign to telling people that they should be afraid of Obama because he served on a Board with Ayers is the same old partisan tactics that most Americans hate and it does not explain what McCain/GOP stands for or how he/they will get us out of this mess.

    Just for fun, I look back on some of your older blogs when you weren’t feeling so desperate to see what you used to think of these types of smear campaign tactics. I randomly choice December 2007 and look at these two gem blogs of yours that I stumbled upon:

    Here is one from your December 31st blog entitled “Divide or Unite in ’08? Divide Buys Us Nothing” – “Unite America ‘08″ has a nice fresh tone to it as a possible political slogan for the coming silly season. It also seems cheesy, but that is why my dabbling in politics ends at writing a blog part time, I do not make a living in politics. But the observation is still valid, if not well phrased. we are coming on the end of 16 years of unrelenting partisan sniping. The moderates had left the field to let the stubborn and unflinching have at it and now it has grown tiresome to listen about all those traitors in the middle who don’t toe the party line. The silent moderate majority may be the largest hidden factor out there in this race and I think we will see a resurgence for the George W Bush type of uniter.” http://strata-sphere.com/blog/index.php/archives/4870. Your recent posts slamming David Brooks and Kathleen Parker for daring to speak their mind about the GOP candidates came to mind when I read that one.

    Here is one from your December 30th blog entitled “The Silent Moderatre Majority” – “If I am right the concern over Iraq will be completely overshadowed by a broad and boiling irritation with the mindless, endless, useless hardcore partisan drivel. It is fine to have opinions and positions and argue them. It is not fine to use overheated rhetoric, gutter politics and the repeated use of personal attacks to cover up for weak and unsupported policy positions. We have seen too much of the latter and want more of the former.” http://strata-sphere.com/blog/index.php/archives/4865. Your Ayers blogs came to mind on that one.

    I also got a great laugh out of your December 20th post entitled “The Soaring Bush Economy” – but that is another topic for another day.

    Ironically, you are now doing what you ranting against less than a year ago – gutter, partisan, personal attacks to cover up for McCain/GOP’s weak and unsupported policy positions. It never ceases to amaze me how quickly people will abandon their principles when they get desperate.

  9. gwood says:

    It has been a long time since I have checked up on your blog.

    Perhaps you were ashamed.

    Our economy is clearly a casualty of your party’s social engineering. Barney Frank, Shumer, and others are on record saying there was no problem. Obama and Chris Dodd-largest recipients of Fannie and Freddie largesse.

    The war your side said was lost is won. 26 million freed from the boot heel of a murderous thug-not in your name.

    Your candidate is being exposed as a fellow traveler of Castro, Chavez, and Odinga, and has been caught lying about Ayers. His ties with ACORN are clear, and ACORN’s ties to the credit mess equally so.

    If you are now predicting your side will win the election, I’ll take that as a good sign for our side, you’ve been wrong about everything else.

  10. bush_is_best says:

    Barack is so naive in thinking we can just sit down with terrorists. I’m sure he sits and pals around with terrorists of all kinds, all the time, so its probably business as usual for him… you’d think he’d like us being in Iraq, you know, with all of the people dying and being maimed by explosives… it’s right up his alley as a terrorist pal. Sometimes he almost comes across as the more intelligent of the two candidates, but there’s no way that can be true… with him and all these malicious terrorists being so close and having the same agenda… to think that he is so close to being elected president of the US… I wonder how many Americans will die if that happens? I wonder if it will be more or less than during the Bush administration… like people dying is that big of deal anyway…jeez