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Well, all respect for such a great man has just been flushed down the political toilet. How sad that someone that most of us have held in such high regard has become nothing more than another pawn for the secret campaign of reverse racism. Are there any outstanding influential African American figures endorsing McCain? Hmmm, I can’t seem to think of any.

I realize that many Black people are so excited to see their skin color in the White House that they are willing to cut off their nose to spite their face. What just amazes me is that I SO don’t think of our country in terms of Black and White that I am SO worn out having this shoved in my face. There are so many REAL problems going on in our country that this manufacturing of this issue is alarming. I am feeling silenced and as if I am living under Sharia law.

This constant manipulation to try to get me to feel guilt for something I don’t do (like being a racist) is driving me crazy. Does it not mean anything to anyone that those of us, so many generations since the horrible things done to African Americans, go out of our way to show you the kindest respect we can? I can’t even get on a bus without having to deal with the scowls of searing hatred, because I represent a person that “owes them something”. 

I am of British descent. My relatives were snuck up on in the middle of the foggy nights by Vikings and were raped and beaten and taking as slaves or had their throats slit or skulls crushed in. Thousands were taken in slavery. What good does it do to live in this mental and emotional landscape of hatred, resentment and delusion of entitlement? We are so sorry for you! We pray for you! Our relatives were enslaved too, but we are OVER IT! People and nations make mistakes, yes, but what makes us different from the baboons is the zoo is that we have the ability to reason. We do not have to be enslaved to our emotions. We, the human race, have been given the divine ability to rise above this. Please let us.

Colin Powell’s arguments against McCain were so fabricated he looked like nothing more than another African American puppet for Obama. I am not happy that McCain is the GOP nominee, I still think that Mitt Romney would be the best in our current economic situation. I am disgusted by the “politics” McCain used with his cohort Huckabee to shove Romney out. But, I am forced to let bygones be bygones.

But all that aside, McCain is on a great game with his grasp of the economy. He “sounds” as though he is clearly in touch with what America wants. If he had voted against the bailout, he would be the sure-fire future president of the United States. But we can sound out loud and clear, “we don’t want SOCIALISM!”

Was the Colin Card pulled out because team Obama can’t shake the Ayres monkey off their back? What about spreading Plumber Joe’s wealth around and then issuing Sharia law on him by trying to crucify him in the public square? I’m tired of Acorn cheating the election. I’m tired of Obama “raising” and “spending” so much money on his campaign. My vote can not be bought.

I know that money is coming from terrorists, they even are bragging about this. There are only so many reasons to need THAT kind of money, and I believe that at that level, they are NOT wholesome. I do wonder that this Obama is our Manchurian candidate for Al Qaeda.

Why would any candidate to become our nation’s president situate himself so far from our nation’s heritage and founding? Step back for a moment and consider this. The only time I felt this kind of sick feeling in my stomach was when I stood on the edge of the Grand Canyon staring into the gaping chasm scarred into our earth. It is unfathomable. Our nation is now staring at two candidates, one stands just within sight of our Constitution and the other is completely out of sight.

This angry, white, female is disgusted. There are NO unifying moments Obama is sending my way. If he really thinks any of these antics would cause me to CHANGE my vote to him by this is insulting and he’s got another thing coming. The anger he claims we feel is the old psychological phenomenon called “projection”. This is when people have strong feelings when themselves and “project” them onto another. In a twisted contortion, the individual then convinces himself that it is the other person who maintains those strong feelings. Obama “projects” his anger onto “white males”.

I will never forget the day after the OJ verdict. I went to downtown Cleveland for a class. A Black professor walked by while I sat in my nook waiting for class to start. He walked passed with the most smug glare staring down at me. I could read what the smug, icy glare meant. It was as if that day was when some of these people had finally WON. I could see that he was determined to spin the screws to anyone, including the little student sitting in her nook, minding her own business. He had been empowered. There was a satisfaction that he walked by with a pride I will never forget. It was the day I learned that a man could get away with murder.

I desire that all mankind be empowered. It is not anything that needs to be stolen, bribed or cheated. Power comes from within. It doesn’t need an Oval Office, it needs values. True power radiates from within.

So what are Obama’s core values? Is it to finally get even for the sins heaped upon his race? Or is it to hand our country over to our enemies because we deserve to be “punished” and “confined” to Socialism.  We may just soon find out.

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I got this great tip from a reader. Our friend Mr. Huckabee is involved in even more shady dealings than we could ever hope to cover. There are some deep pockets creating all kinds of 527 special interest groups that can’t be traced thanks to McCain-Feingold. The other problem is that there are tax-exempt issues that disallow tax-exempt institutions from endorsing any candidate.

At Americans United for Separation of Church and State or AU, “Under the Radar: Secret Pastors’ Briefing Seem to Have a Partisan Purpose“, lists some of the slithery things the Huckabee/Evangelical camp are up to.

A shadowy collection of Religious Right fat cats appears to be working behind the scenes to encourage churches to promote the presidential candidacy of Mike Huckabee.

For months, Americans United has been receiving reports about state-based groups with names that include words like “renewal” and “restoration.” The idea seems to be to bring together fundamentalist pastors for closed-door meetings that, organizers say, discuss social issues.

If that’s really all they are doing there would be no problem, at least as far as the tax question goes. Tax-exempt religious groups can take stands on political and social issues.

But there’s another wrinkle to this that is more problematic: These groups keep scheduling Huckabee to speak to them – Huckabee and only Huckabee. And Huckabee doesn’t seem to want it to be known that he’s speaking. The events don’t appear on his public schedule. They are not open to the media. Attendees say little or nothing about them in public.

The Eve Fairbanks, from The New Republic did attempt to “infiltrate” one of the ritzy but ever so secret meetings.

Fairbanks also noted the secrecy of the event, writing, “Roaming around the Metropolitan Convention Center after last night’s session was over, looking for the event’s principals, I felt like I’d accidentally wandered into a meeting of the Masons, where a hilariously intense aura of secrecy, whispers, and special handshakes is deliberately cultivated.”

So then Huckabee makes a little campaign detour to the Cayman Islands – staying at the Ritz Carlton –

The unusual detour in the middle of a campaign, on the weekend before the Wisconsin presidential primary, had raised many questions: Is it appropriate to take a speaking fee while running for president? Is it appropriate to pick up cash in an offshore tax haven when routinely criticizing that haven for putting a burden on the American economy? Was this detour more or less an admission that he was not serious about his campaign?

But when asked how much he made on this gig – he “didn’t know”.

Mr. Huckabee said the matter was simple: He came here because he needed the money.

Yet, when asked how much he received, he suggested that he did not know.

The he gets a little defensive and takes a poke at McCain:

“No taxpayers pay for me to have health insurance, to pay my mortgage, to pay my bills,” Mr. Huckabee said. “And so to me, it’s not just absurd, it’s beyond absurd — it’s insulting — to think that there’s something nefarious about my being here when nobody has raised the question about sitting U.S. senators taking their full paycheck and enjoying all the magnificent perks they get from the U.S. taxpayers.”

But in the middle of shoving Mitt Romney out of the race and blasting him because he is wealthy, get a load of this pile of doo doo:

Mr. Huckabee himself has never been rich, drawing a $74,000 salary as governor, though when he left office, he bought a house in Little Rock for $525,000. On his most recent federal financial disclosure form, for 2006, he valued his assets at between $318,000 and $895,000. He earned nearly $150,000 in book royalties and made approximately $50,000 in speaking honorariums that year. His highest speaking fee was $17,000.

Enough said, but I do know that he was charging $35,000 a speaking gig a few months back. I’m sure his fees are only going up as he milks the campaign for all it’s worth.

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Ann confirms George Soros is funding both Hillary AND McCain. I made this connection in my last post. Nice, oh so nice.

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Here we go again. Just when I was going to try to cut this candidate some slack.

McCain-founded organization funded by leftist George Soros

Chad Groening – OneNewsNow – 2/13/2008 10:40:00 AM

Author and investigative journalist Jerome Corsi says some critics of GOP presidential candidate John McCain are concerned about a non-profit organization he founded in 2001 that has received funding from left-wing donors like George Soros and Teresa Heinz-Kerry.   

Dr. Jerome Corsi recently published an article in WorldNetDaily which focuses on the Reform Institute, which Senator McCain (R-Arizona) used to promote his political agenda and to provide compensation to key campaign operatives between elections. The best-selling author says critics are questioning McCain’s conservative credentials in light of the fact that prominent leftists have donated heavily to this organization.
“It’s shocking to think that George Soros and Teresa Heinz-Kerry have [had] this kind of funding hook to John McCain for so many years,” notes Corsi. “I think it explains how this foundation backed and promoted McCain’s various leftist positions, as in campaign reform and in immigration where he wanted to open borders.”
Corsi says even though McCain was forced to sever his formal ties with the Reform Institute in 2006 in the wake of a controversial cable television contribution, the fact that he was willing to accept money from individuals like Soros and Heinz-Kerry reveals his “true colors” as someone who has always championed leftist causes.

So last week  Governor Mitt Romney “heartily” endorsed Sen. John McCain. Is it because Gov. Romney IS politically expedient? Is he now “flip-flopping” his allegiance “to pay his own dues” to the Republican party?

I’m at a loss. Yes, there are some good thing about Sen. John McCain. But just like with Pres. Bush, there are a lot of very sneaky things going on behind the smoke and mirrors scenes – oh like the suppression of free speech (McCain-Feingold), opening up the borders (McCain-Kennedy). Who doesn’t want to save the earth (McCain-Lieberman) but our nation is so in debt that we can’t afford even the interest of our loans to China. From Wikipedia:

His 2006 rating by the Almanac of American Politics (2008) on Social Policy is 46% conservative, 53% liberal. (2005: 64% conservative, 23% liberal.)[48] McCain also has an 83% rating from the Christian Coalition, which indicates many socially conservative views such as voting yes on $75M for abstinence education, yes on recommending Constitutional ban on flag desecration, and voting yes on memorial prayers and religious symbols at school.

Maybe I heard this on Glenn Beck last week, but what better way to push through a North American Union than by suppressing our economy, opening the borders, squelching free speech and doing all those other nasty things that get rid of our Nations sovereignty.

This conservative has not been won over yet. This conservative is deeply worried. This conservative is deeply troubled over the fact that here in Ohio, I haven’t even had a chance to vote for this primary and that I’m left with the bottom of the barrel. I do have a set of core, abiding principles I live by and this candidate isn’t one of them.

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Republican presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz, left, ...“Unlike some other candidates in the race, Romney is a full-spectrum conservative: a supporter of free-market economics and limited government, moral causes such as the right to life and the preservation of marriage, and a foreign policy based on the national interest.”
National Review (Editorial, “Romney For President,” National Review, 12/11/07)

Today, The Washington Post Revealed Sen. McCain Is Not Interested In Social Issues:

Sen. McCain: “It’s Not Social Issues I Care About.” “McCain seems distinctly uninterested when asked questions concerning abortion and gay rights. While campaigning in South Carolina, he told reporters riding with him on his bus that he was comfortable pledging to appoint judges who would strictly interpret the Constitution in part because it would reassure conservatives who might otherwise distrust him. ‘It’s not social issues I care about,’ he explained.” (Juliet Eilperin and Michael D. Shear, “Contenders Highlight GOP’s Ideological Struggle,” The Washington Post, 2/3/08)

Others Have Noted That McCain Doesn’t Care About Social Issues:

A Former McCain Aide Previously Said “His Heart Isn’t In This Stuff.” “‘Yes, he’s a social conservative, but his heart isn’t in this stuff,’ one former aide told me, referring to McCain’s instinctual unwillingness to impose on others his personal views about issues such as religion, sexuality, and abortion.” (Todd S. Purdum, “Prisoner Of Conscience,” Vanity Fair, 2/07)

  • Former McCain Aide: “But He Has To Pretend [That It Is], And He’s Not A Good Enough Actor To Pull It Off. He Just Can’t Fake It Well Enough.” (Todd S. Purdum, “Prisoner Of Conscience,” Vanity Fair, 2/07)

Sen. McCain Tries To “Placate” Conservatives. “Will McCain’s understandable effort to bend a little here and bow a little there to placate the most conservative elements of his party, who play a disproportionate role in the nominating process get him all twisted up before he ever gets to face the general electorate that polls suggest admires him so?” (Todd S. Purdum, “Prisoner Of Conscience,” Vanity Fair, 2/07)

Couple Sen. McCain’s Lack Of Interest In Social Issues With His Lack Of Understanding Economics:

Sen. McCain: “The Issue Of Economics Is Not Something I’ve Understood As Well As I Should.” “Like Mike Huckabee, who joked recently that he ‘may not be the expert that some people are on foreign policy, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night,’ McCain suggested to reporters Monday that American consumer culture offered a short cut to expertise. ‘The issue of economics is not something I’ve understood as well as I should,’ McCain said. ‘I’ve got Greenspan’s book.'” (Sasha Issenberg, “McCain: It’s About The Economy,” The Boston Globe, www.boston.com, Posted 12/18/07)

  • Sen. McCain: “I Still Need To Be Educated.” “On a broader range of economic issues, though, Mr. McCain readily departs from Reaganomics. His philosophy is best described as a work in progress. He is refreshingly blunt when he tells me: ‘I’m going to be honest: I know a lot less about economics than I do about military and foreign policy issues. I still need to be educated.'” (Stephen Moore, “Reform, Reform, Reform,” OpinionJournal.com, 11/26/05)

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Betrayal, deceit, corruption and John McCain By Ted Sampley
U.S. Veteran Dispatch
November 14, 2007

Last week, Sen. John McCain launched on fellow Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani criticizing the former New York City mayor because Bernie Kerik, police commissioner under Giuliani, was indicted and accused of fraudulent dealings.

“A president’s judgment matters and Rudy Giuliani has repeatedly placed personal loyalty over regard for the facts,” declared McCain, suggesting that Giuliani’s support of Kerik showed a serious lapse in judgment.

Kerik, 52, according to a 16-count federal indictment, received cash and gifts for lobbying regulators on behalf of a New Jersey construction and waste-management firm. Prosecutors allege that Kerik cheated on taxes and lied to investigators–including those recommending him for a cabinet-level post on behalf of President George W. Bush.

McCain has forgotten his own history of involvement with betrayal, deceit and corruption

When McCain returned to the United States in 1973 after more than five years as a prisoner of war, he found his wife was a different person. Carol McCain, once a model, had been badly injured in a car wreck in 1969. The accident “left her 4 inches shorter and on crutches, and she gained a good deal of weight.” Despite her injures, she had refused to allow her POW husband to be notified about her condition, fearing that such news would not be good for him while he was being held prisoner.

But, just a couple years later, McCain, while pondering a future in politics, met Cindy Hensley, an attractive 25-year-old woman from a very wealthy politically-connected Arizona family. While still married to Carol, McCain began an adulterous relationship with Cindy. He married Cindy in May 1980 — just a month after dumping his crippled wife and securing a divorce.

An excellent read – read more here

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John McCain is one of these people who can say anything to you with a straight face and behind the scenes be masterminding your death, or what you stand for. He can even do it with that disgusting platitude of “my friend”. When John McCain uses “my friend” in his speech that is a clear warning to you that what he is about to say to you is a lie and he is about to viciously try to pursue his agenda.

When John McCain says “my friends, I am the true Republican” then you can be absolutely sure he is saying anything, doing anything to lie and calculate his way into your blind following him. You are supposed to be so hypnotized by his war hero status that you are unable to even think of anything for yourself. You are supposed to bow under his egotistical arrogance and feel small and insignificant. This groping up to John McCain situates you in his perfect position. You are now completely ready to now believe anything and do anything to serve his purpose.

Now wake up. He is not an awesome figure over you. You are screening him to be your ultimate public servant. You are his master and you are the one who needs answers and demand answers. You are one of his future potential bosses. This man screams obscenities on the senate floor and stomps around trying to get people to conform and acquiesce to his will. Just like his communist interrogator. To him, people are just wills to be broken and lied too.

There is no doubt who ordered the “hate-Mormon” push polling. Huckabee too operates the same way. Huckabee is also jockeying for what he thinks is going to be a return favor from a man who only uses and abuses the vermin under his feet.

Huckabee himself is an extremely vindictive man. At this time, knowing full well that he has no chance of winning anything. He and his bigotry Klansmen from the South are also breaking the law by campaigning and preaching Huckabee from the Pulpit. This man receives $25,000 every time he opens his mouth to speak to a group. He also has plenty of deep-pocketed 527’s that might even be entirely responsible for doing the hideous, hate-mongering anti-Mormon push-poll and campaigning.

Jason, from MyManMitt from Race42008, says:

There is plenty of information in this video a McCain supporter could take issue with. But the mere fact remains, as evidenced by both this Youtube and the endorsements that Mitt recieved yesterday, that there are large amount of activists who really just don’t want McCain on the ticket. Should McCain not enjoy a convincing win on Tuesday, you can look forward to a more emboldened approach to his candidacy from such corners of the party. Should he have a convincing win, McCain will have an uphill battle fighting for conservative support on election day in November. It’s one thing to not have guns trained against you, it’s quite another to expect conservative groups and activists to help you out in your micro-targeting when you have negatively targeted them.

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