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Opinion: 30 Minutes To Change 2008 Election
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Tag Heuer
2008-10-29 21:37:19 UTC
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30 Minutes To Change 2008 Election
by Tag Heuer

In a few hours Democrat Presidential candidate Barack Obama will
address voters via various television networks, CNN and ABC excluded,
in a highly controversial and costly campaign manuever as far as
political advertisements go. It is unprecedented in recent political
history, yet one that has the Palin-McCain campaign scrambling for
those battleground states which they presume are winnable. More
interesting is the point that surrogates and McCain are reduced to
complaining how "Obama had broken his promise not to take public
funding," and of which is falling on deal ears as the shouts of
"Socialist!" and "Terrorist!" including racial epithets are heard
throughout their campaign stumps and rallies.

To his credit Obama will take this 30-minutes of campaign ad time to
abbreviate his platform and vision of his candidacy and campaign as
well as offering up a few surprises - One which is now been 'leaked'
and known is the appearance of former-President Wm. Jefferson Clinton.

The Horror: These 30-minutes may seem like an eternity to the McCain
campaign whose own message of "change" and "mavericky-ness" and the
run-of-the-mill smear will presumably have to take notice, and with
just under six days remaining till the election this moment with all
the other rhetoric and gimmicks and melodrama will simply have to sit
still.

Not exactly CBS' patented "60 Minutes" program but half in terms
30-minutes ... Now this is a long time as far as pol-ads go, and with
Erik Smith, a former-Dick Gephardt political advisor, and Mark Putnam,
a media consultant, of whom CNN's Mark Halperin has recently dubbed
the one or two of the "Five Most Important People in American Politics
Not Running for President," finishing up the editing on this
advertisement may turn out to be a masterpiece and stroke of political
genius, if not marketing in general.

This 4-5 million dollar expense is but a drop in the proverbial
'bucket' and the Obama-Biden campaign war-chest, and what is more
interesting is that the Republican/GOP effort for the Palin-McCain
campaign had to secure a loan of the same amount in dealing with
expenditures in the northwest front of this battle.

The Competion: What is much more interesting, other than the whine
from McCain over "broken promises" and over Obama not accepting public
fund, which but a faint whimper in the face of a potential electoral
tsunami, is the fact that the management of Osama's campaign is
running firmly and smoothly like a well-oiled engine firing cleanly
and succinctly on "all twelve" of a Ferrari 612 Scarlatti coupe -
Whereas the sound of sporadic back-firing of the severely rusted, and
bald tires of the Palin-McCain '73 Ford 'Maverick' sub-compact is
leaking oil and belching smoke, in the twelve battle ground states of
MT, ND, MO, IN, OH, PA, NC, GA, NV, VA, FL, and possibly AK, and where
Osama's campaign paid staff and volunteers are numbered in the
hundreds, and where McCain's are nickels and dimes.

The Obama-Biden campaign has out-spent and out maneuvered the
Palin-McCain ticket 2-1, if not three-to-one in their campaign
strategy (or is it, tactic?) in this quest for the Whitehouse, and for
the closing moments of this campaign are without doubt very close to
'closing the deal,' with the voters. However, and as Democrat has
repeatedly warned his supporters, "Let's not get cocky!" Instead,
what he has done, and done effectively is to continue on message and
delivering rhetoric and a platform unlike the vitriolic and negative
ones that the McCain campaign is now wagering it's entire political
survival on.

The Comedy: Some may recall H. Ross Perot who did something similar
during the '92 Presidential election, and who in retrospect was quite
the character in presenting charts, and graphs and political and
comedic - And enough to capture 18% of the Popular Vote and zero EC
votes. However, this is no "comedy" by any stretch of the
imagination. This is quite the "Trick-o-Treat" for the McCain
campaign and or a potential nightmare of historic proportions.

The Human Drama of Political Competition (apologies to ABC Sports):
Obama will present himself, and his vision tonight. Many may not
watch, or perhaps many will and regardless of what this may have on
the Electorate come November 4, this will certainly become the
standard by which future campaigns will consider, and where Obama (the
consummate political science student) has learned from past mistakes,
and victories, in speaking to the issues and challenges facing
America, and rather than 'making it up.'

-
" ... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
--- Barack Obama, on the McCain "socialist" accusations, Raleigh,
North Carolina, October 28, 2008
--
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527_blue_collar_worker
2008-10-29 21:49:46 UTC
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Post by Tag Heuer
30 Minutes To Change 2008 Election
by Tag Heuer
In a few hours Democrat Presidential candidate Barack Obama will
address voters via various television networks, CNN and ABC excluded,
in a highly controversial and costly campaign manuever as far as
political advertisements go. It is unprecedented in recent political
history, yet one that has the Palin-McCain campaign scrambling for
those battleground states which they presume are winnable. More
interesting is the point that surrogates and McCain are reduced to
complaining how "Obama had broken his promise not to take public
funding," and of which is falling on deal ears as the shouts of
"Socialist!" and "Terrorist!" including racial epithets are heard
throughout their campaign stumps and rallies.
To his credit Obama will take this 30-minutes of campaign ad time to
abbreviate his platform and vision of his candidacy and campaign as
well as offering up a few surprises - One which is now been 'leaked'
and known is the appearance of former-President Wm. Jefferson Clinton.
The Horror: These 30-minutes may seem like an eternity to the McCain
campaign whose own message of "change" and "mavericky-ness" and the
run-of-the-mill smear will presumably have to take notice, and with
just under six days remaining till the election this moment with all
the other rhetoric and gimmicks and melodrama will simply have to sit
still.
Not exactly CBS' patented "60 Minutes" program but half in terms
30-minutes ... Now this is a long time as far as pol-ads go, and with
Erik Smith, a former-Dick Gephardt political advisor, and Mark Putnam,
a media consultant, of whom CNN's Mark Halperin has recently dubbed
the one or two of the "Five Most Important People in American Politics
Not Running for President," finishing up the editing on this
advertisement may turn out to be a masterpiece and stroke of political
genius, if not marketing in general.
This 4-5 million dollar expense is but a drop in the proverbial
'bucket' and the Obama-Biden campaign war-chest, and what is more
interesting is that the Republican/GOP effort for the Palin-McCain
campaign had to secure a loan of the same amount in dealing with
expenditures in the northwest front of this battle.
The Competion: What is much more interesting, other than the whine
from McCain over "broken promises" and over Obama not accepting public
fund, which but a faint whimper in the face of a potential electoral
tsunami, is the fact that the management of Osama's campaign is
running firmly and smoothly like a well-oiled engine firing cleanly
and succinctly on "all twelve" of a Ferrari 612 Scarlatti coupe -
Whereas the sound of sporadic back-firing of the severely rusted, and
bald tires of the Palin-McCain '73 Ford 'Maverick' sub-compact is
leaking oil and belching smoke, in the twelve battle ground states of
MT, ND, MO, IN, OH, PA, NC, GA, NV, VA, FL, and possibly AK, and where
Osama's campaign paid staff and volunteers are numbered in the
hundreds, and where McCain's are nickels and dimes.
The Obama-Biden campaign has out-spent and out maneuvered the
Palin-McCain ticket 2-1, if not three-to-one in their campaign
strategy (or is it, tactic?) in this quest for the Whitehouse, and for
the closing moments of this campaign are without doubt very close to
'closing the deal,' with the voters. However, and as Democrat has
repeatedly warned his supporters, "Let's not get cocky!" Instead,
what he has done, and done effectively is to continue on message and
delivering rhetoric and a platform unlike the vitriolic and negative
ones that the McCain campaign is now wagering it's entire political
survival on.
The Comedy: Some may recall H. Ross Perot who did something similar
during the '92 Presidential election, and who in retrospect was quite
the character in presenting charts, and graphs and political and
comedic - And enough to capture 18% of the Popular Vote and zero EC
votes. However, this is no "comedy" by any stretch of the
imagination. This is quite the "Trick-o-Treat" for the McCain
campaign and or a potential nightmare of historic proportions.
Obama will present himself, and his vision tonight. Many may not
watch, or perhaps many will and regardless of what this may have on
the Electorate come November 4, this will certainly become the
standard by which future campaigns will consider, and where Obama (the
consummate political science student) has learned from past mistakes,
and victories, in speaking to the issues and challenges facing
America, and rather than 'making it up.'
-
" ... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
--- Barack Obama, on the McCain "socialist" accusations, Raleigh,
North Carolina, October 28, 2008
--
http://tagheuerblog.blogspot.com
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Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing scumbag that most of us are truning
our TV sets off.
Free as a Bird
2008-10-29 22:09:04 UTC
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Post by 527_blue_collar_worker
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
Why do you hate Americans?
Tag Heuer
2008-10-29 22:49:51 UTC
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On Wed, 29 Oct 2008 13:49:46 -0800, "527_blue_collar_worker"
Post by 527_blue_collar_worker
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing scumbag that most of us are truning
our TV sets off.
Heh. You'll watch, as millions of others will. I'm offering a linked
preview video of it in the URL below ... Afterall, Bill Clinton is
going to be there with him, and you'll more than likely enjoy it - LOL

-
"They've seen me make decisions, they've seen me under trying times,
they've seen me weep, they've seen me laugh, they've seen me hug. And
they know who I am, and I believe they're comfortable with the fact
that they know I'm not going to shift principles or shift positions
based upon polls and focus groups." —George W. Bush, USA Today, August
27, 2004

"I saw a poll that said the right track/wrong track in Iraq was
better than here in America. It's pretty darn strong. I mean, the
people see a better future." --- George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., on
"shifting principles,"September 23, 2004
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Lubow
2008-10-30 05:06:35 UTC
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Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing (sic) scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
"Us?" You have a mouse in your pocket?

It appears that an Obama presidency will do you good. Obama's education policy
will provide you the opportunity of completing the fourth grade where you will
learn to spell, "lying."
Roy Blankenship
2008-10-30 06:30:13 UTC
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Post by Lubow
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing (sic) scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
"Us?" You have a mouse in your pocket?
It appears that an Obama presidency will do you good. Obama's education policy
will provide you the opportunity of completing the fourth grade where you will
learn to spell, "lying."
And "turning".
Tag Heuer
2008-10-30 07:47:17 UTC
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On Wed, 29 Oct 2008 22:30:13 -0800, "Roy Blankenship"
Post by Roy Blankenship
Post by Lubow
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing (sic) scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
"Us?" You have a mouse in your pocket?
It appears that an Obama presidency will do you good. Obama's education policy
will provide you the opportunity of completing the fourth grade where you will
learn to spell, "lying."
And "turning".
What we have all just witnessed is persumably a pathetic Alaskan moose
sniffin' crotch whinger of an individual trying hunt-&-peck, think and
form a contextual thought throughout and through, while either
severely inhebriated, or under the influence of a controlled
substance, or in all depravity, both.

-
[Melanie: "But you got to admit, he’s not too bright..."

Louis: "Oh... I wouldn’t go so far as to say that..."

Melanie: "He moves his lips when he reads... What does that tell you?"

Louis: "Lets say that he’s streetwise, you know..."

Melanie: "We’ll give him that. He’s still a fuckup...] - Source:
Jackie Brown, 1997
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Anonymous Remailer
2008-10-30 09:59:24 UTC
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Post by Tag Heuer
On Wed, 29 Oct 2008 22:30:13 -0800, "Roy Blankenship"
Post by Roy Blankenship
Post by Lubow
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing (sic) scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
"Us?" You have a mouse in your pocket?
It appears that an Obama presidency will do you good. Obama's education policy
will provide you the opportunity of completing the fourth grade where you will
learn to spell, "lying."
And "turning".
What we have all just witnessed is persumably a pathetic Alaskan moose
sniffin' crotch whinger of an individual trying hunt-&-peck, think and
form a contextual thought throughout and through, while either
severely inhebriated, or under the influence of a controlled
substance, or in all depravity, both.
I persume you meant Obama, 'cause he bein' one of them black
fellers, he's always sniffin' around for cocaine or some fat'n
ugly white wimens.

"Lawd have mercy look at the booty on that white womans over
there!"

"Uh, Mr. Obama sir?"

"Don't interrupt me now, boy!" "Can't you see I'm partaking of
heavenly beauty?"

"Uh, Mr. Obama sir?" "That's Diane Feinstein, or maybe Janet
Reno."

"I don't CARE!" "She's white ain't she?" "Get her ass over
here!"
Tag Heuer
2008-10-30 20:31:35 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 10:59:24 +0100, Anonymous Remailer
Post by Anonymous Remailer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Roy Blankenship
Post by Lubow
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing (sic) scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
"Us?" You have a mouse in your pocket?
It appears that an Obama presidency will do you good. Obama's education policy
will provide you the opportunity of completing the fourth grade where you will
learn to spell, "lying."
And "turning".
What we have all just witnessed is persumably a pathetic Alaskan moose
sniffin' crotch whinger of an individual trying hunt-&-peck, think and
form a contextual thought throughout and through, while either
severely inhebriated, or under the influence of a controlled
substance, or in all depravity, both.
I persume you meant Obama, 'cause he bein' one of them black
fellers, he's always sniffin' around for cocaine or some fat'n
ugly white wimens. "Lawd have mercy look at the booty on that
white womans over there!" "Uh, Mr. Obama sir?" "Don't interrupt
me now, boy!" "Can't you see I'm partaking of heavenly beauty?"
"Uh, Mr. Obama sir?" "That's Diane Feinstein, or maybe Janet
Reno." "I don't CARE!" "She's white ain't she?" "Get her ass over
here!"
Quite the deranged imagination - But what let you out of your Man-Boy
love NG and defecating your spam onto this NG predominantly made up of
men, you anonymous remailing, sick twat.

" ... The boys screams louder. Want is wrong with the Purell that the
boy hurts? Mauro cums many times but the boy only cries. What is
wrong." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
Post by Anonymous Remailer
Post by Tag Heuer
-
[Melanie: "But you got to admit, he’s not too bright..."
Louis: "Oh... I wouldn’t go so far as to say that..."
Melanie: "He moves his lips when he reads... What does that tell you?"
Louis: "Lets say that he’s streetwise, you know..."
Jackie Brown, 1997
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Fritz Wuehler
2008-10-30 11:56:34 UTC
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Post by Tag Heuer
On Wed, 29 Oct 2008 22:30:13 -0800, "Roy Blankenship"
Post by Roy Blankenship
Post by Lubow
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing (sic) scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
"Us?" You have a mouse in your pocket?
It appears that an Obama presidency will do you good. Obama's education policy
will provide you the opportunity of completing the fourth grade where you will
learn to spell, "lying."
And "turning".
What we have all just witnessed is persumably a pathetic Alaskan moose
sniffin' crotch whinger of an individual trying hunt-&-peck, think and
form a contextual thought throughout and through, while either
severely inhebriated, or under the influence of a controlled
substance, or in all depravity, both.
I persume you meant Obama, 'cause he bein' one of them black
fellers, he's always sniffin' around for cocaine or some fat'n
ugly white wimens.

"Lawd have mercy look at the booty on that white womans over
there!"

"Uh, Mr. Obama sir?"

"Don't interrupt me now, boy!" "Can't you see I'm partaking of
heavenly beauty?"

"Uh, Mr. Obama sir?" "That's Diane Feinstein, or maybe Janet
Reno."

"I don't CARE!" "She's white ain't she?" "Get her ass over
here!"
Tag Heuer
2008-10-30 20:29:21 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 12:56:34 +0100, Fritz Wuehler
Post by Anonymous Remailer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Roy Blankenship
Post by Lubow
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing (sic) scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
"Us?" You have a mouse in your pocket?
It appears that an Obama presidency will do you good. Obama's education policy
will provide you the opportunity of completing the fourth grade where you will
learn to spell, "lying."
And "turning".
What we have all just witnessed is persumably a pathetic Alaskan moose
sniffin' crotch whinger of an individual trying hunt-&-peck, think and
form a contextual thought throughout and through, while either
severely inhebriated, or under the influence of a controlled
substance, or in all depravity, both.
I persume you meant Obama, 'cause he bein' one of them black
fellers, he's always sniffin' around for cocaine or some fat'n
ugly white wimens. "Lawd have mercy look at the booty on that
white womans over there!" "Uh, Mr. Obama sir?" "Don't interrupt
me now, boy!" "Can't you see I'm partaking of heavenly beauty?"
"Uh, Mr. Obama sir?" "That's Diane Feinstein, or maybe Janet
Reno." "I don't CARE!" "She's white ain't she?" "Get her ass over
here!"
Quite the deranged imagination - But what let you out of your Man-Boy
love NG and defecating your spam onto this NG predominantly made up of
men, you anonymous remailing, sick-ass twat.

" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
Post by Anonymous Remailer
Post by Tag Heuer
-
[Melanie: "But you got to admit, he’s not too bright..."
Louis: "Oh... I wouldn’t go so far as to say that..."
Melanie: "He moves his lips when he reads... What does that tell you?"
Louis: "Lets say that he’s streetwise, you know..."
Jackie Brown, 1997
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Anonymous Remailer
2008-10-30 23:14:13 UTC
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Post by Tag Heuer
On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 12:56:34 +0100, Fritz Wuehler
Post by Anonymous Remailer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Roy Blankenship
Post by Lubow
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing (sic) scumbag that most of us are
truning our TV sets off.
"Us?" You have a mouse in your pocket?
It appears that an Obama presidency will do you good. Obama's education policy
will provide you the opportunity of completing the fourth grade where you will
learn to spell, "lying."
And "turning".
What we have all just witnessed is persumably a pathetic Alaskan moose
sniffin' crotch whinger of an individual trying hunt-&-peck, think and
form a contextual thought throughout and through, while either
severely inhebriated, or under the influence of a controlled
substance, or in all depravity, both.
I persume you meant Obama, 'cause he bein' one of them black
fellers, he's always sniffin' around for cocaine or some fat'n
ugly white wimens. "Lawd have mercy look at the booty on that
white womans over there!" "Uh, Mr. Obama sir?" "Don't interrupt
me now, boy!" "Can't you see I'm partaking of heavenly beauty?"
"Uh, Mr. Obama sir?" "That's Diane Feinstein, or maybe Janet
Reno." "I don't CARE!" "She's white ain't she?" "Get her ass over
here!"
Quite the deranged imagination - But what let you out of your Man-Boy
love NG and defecating your spam onto this NG predominantly made up of
men, you anonymous remailing, sick-ass twat.
" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
Sorry, not into boys, little or big. You can have them all to
yourself.

http://celebrityapes.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack-
obama.jpg
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Anonymous Remailer
Post by Tag Heuer
-
[Melanie: "But you got to admit, he’s not too bright..."
Louis: "Oh... I wouldn’t go so far as to say that..."
Melanie: "He moves his lips when he reads... What does that tell you?"
Louis: "Lets say that he’s streetwise, you know..."
Jackie Brown, 1997
--
http://tagheuerblog.blogspot.com
http://tagheuerblog.blogspot.com/atom.xml
Lamont Cranston
2008-10-30 14:36:30 UTC
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Post by 527_blue_collar_worker
Post by Tag Heuer
30 Minutes To Change 2008 Election
by Tag Heuer
In a few hours Democrat Presidential candidate Barack
Obama will
address voters via various television networks, CNN and
ABC excluded,
in a highly controversial and costly campaign manuever as
far as
political advertisements go. It is unprecedented in
recent political
history, yet one that has the Palin-McCain campaign
scrambling for
those battleground states which they presume are
winnable. More
interesting is the point that surrogates and McCain are
reduced to
complaining how "Obama had broken his promise not to take
public
funding," and of which is falling on deal ears as the
shouts of
"Socialist!" and "Terrorist!" including racial epithets
are heard
throughout their campaign stumps and rallies.
To his credit Obama will take this 30-minutes of campaign
ad time to
abbreviate his platform and vision of his candidacy and
campaign as
well as offering up a few surprises - One which is now
been 'leaked'
and known is the appearance of former-President Wm.
Jefferson
Clinton.
The Horror: These 30-minutes may seem like an eternity to
the McCain
campaign whose own message of "change" and
"mavericky-ness" and the
run-of-the-mill smear will presumably have to take
notice, and with
just under six days remaining till the election this
moment with all
the other rhetoric and gimmicks and melodrama will simply
have to sit
still.
Not exactly CBS' patented "60 Minutes" program but half
in terms
30-minutes ... Now this is a long time as far as pol-ads
go, and with
Erik Smith, a former-Dick Gephardt political advisor, and
Mark
Putnam, a media consultant, of whom CNN's Mark Halperin
has recently
dubbed the one or two of the "Five Most Important People
in American
Politics Not Running for President," finishing up the
editing on this
advertisement may turn out to be a masterpiece and stroke
of
political genius, if not marketing in general.
This 4-5 million dollar expense is but a drop in the
proverbial
'bucket' and the Obama-Biden campaign war-chest, and what
is more
interesting is that the Republican/GOP effort for the
Palin-McCain
campaign had to secure a loan of the same amount in
dealing with
expenditures in the northwest front of this battle.
The Competion: What is much more interesting, other than
the whine
from McCain over "broken promises" and over Obama not
accepting
public fund, which but a faint whimper in the face of a
potential
electoral tsunami, is the fact that the management of
Osama's
campaign is running firmly and smoothly like a well-oiled
engine
firing cleanly and succinctly on "all twelve" of a
Ferrari 612
Scarlatti coupe - Whereas the sound of sporadic
back-firing of the
severely rusted, and bald tires of the Palin-McCain '73
Ford
'Maverick' sub-compact is leaking oil and belching smoke,
in the
twelve battle ground states of MT, ND, MO, IN, OH, PA,
NC, GA, NV,
VA, FL, and possibly AK, and where Osama's campaign paid
staff and
volunteers are numbered in the hundreds, and where
McCain's are
nickels and dimes.
The Obama-Biden campaign has out-spent and out maneuvered
the
Palin-McCain ticket 2-1, if not three-to-one in their
campaign
strategy (or is it, tactic?) in this quest for the
Whitehouse, and
for the closing moments of this campaign are without
doubt very
close to 'closing the deal,' with the voters. However,
and as
Democrat has repeatedly warned his supporters, "Let's not
get
cocky!" Instead, what he has done, and done effectively
is to
continue on message and delivering rhetoric and a
platform unlike
the vitriolic and negative ones that the McCain campaign
is now
wagering it's entire political survival on.
The Comedy: Some may recall H. Ross Perot who did
something similar
during the '92 Presidential election, and who in
retrospect was quite
the character in presenting charts, and graphs and
political and
comedic - And enough to capture 18% of the Popular Vote
and zero EC
votes. However, this is no "comedy" by any stretch of
the
imagination. This is quite the "Trick-o-Treat" for the
McCain
campaign and or a potential nightmare of historic
proportions.
The Human Drama of Political Competition (apologies to
Obama will present himself, and his vision tonight. Many
may not
watch, or perhaps many will and regardless of what this
may have on
the Electorate come November 4, this will certainly
become the
standard by which future campaigns will consider, and
where Obama
(the consummate political science student) has learned
from past
mistakes, and victories, in speaking to the issues and
challenges
facing America, and rather than 'making it up.'
-
" ... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic
theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every
name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the
week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared
my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly
sandwich ..."
--- Barack Obama, on the McCain "socialist" accusations,
Raleigh,
North Carolina, October 28, 2008
--
http://tagheuerblog.blogspot.com
http://tagheuerblog.blogspot.com/atom.xml
Yuk, we have seen so much of this lieing scumbag that most
of us are
truning our TV sets off.
ROTFL! He's already gained a point, KKKwifi, you pitiful
waste of humanity.

Gunshot or electrocution?
Tag Heuer
2008-10-30 07:35:12 UTC
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Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines His Candidacy
by Tag Heuer

It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.

It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.

The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'

Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.

John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.

Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."

In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.

Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.

Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
repeatable citation in quote:

"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."

And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.

-
"Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or
present are certain to miss the future ..." - President John F.
Kennedy, January 20, 1961
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Nomen Nescio
2008-10-30 08:00:26 UTC
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Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/09/obama_and_south_chicago_s
lum_d.html


CLINTON: "...I was fighting against those ideas when you were
practicing law and representing your contributor, Rezko, in his
slum landlord business in inner city Chicago.

OBAMA: No, no, no.
(Excerpt from the January, 21, 2008, CNN Democratic presidential
debate in South Carolina)


Barack Obama's political career rose from the south side of
Chicago with a lot of help from his friends involved in the
housing industry. They have profited and thrived, unlike the
Senator's south side constituents


The Tony Rezko scandal focused the nation's attention on just
one piece of a much larger story: Obama's close association with
several South Chicago slum landlords, plus one property manager
who is now his senior advisor.


A remarkable June 27, 2008 article entitled "Grim proving ground
for Obama's housing policy" by Binyamin Appelbaum of the Boston
Globe, exposed the Chicago housing mess and the role of a circle
of associates of Barack Obama. A principal actor is Valerie
Jarrett, Obama's senior campaign advisor, close family friend,
and Michelle Obama's former boss on Mayor Daley's staff, where
Jarrett hired her in 1991. Currently, Michelle is on leave from
her position at the University of Chicago's Medical Center where
Jarrett is Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors. Newsweek
described Jarrett last May as Michelle's "mentor." She also
chaired the finance committee for Obama's 2004 Senate campaign.


Friends don't get much closer.


The scope of Appelbaum's exposé remains unparalleled. He can be
heard here discussing his findings in a 12 minutes interview on
National Public Radio, with rebuttal from an Obama apologist.


Mayor Daley's Housing Reforms


The mess began with a massive wave of housing projects. When
construction of the Robert Taylor Homes, named after an African-
American activist and former CHA board member, was completed in
1962, it was the largest public housing project in the nation,
with 4,415 apartments in 28 high-rise buildings. Richard J.
Daley, the current Mayor Richard M. Daley's father, was mayor of
Chicago.


In time, the Robert Taylor Homes and many other CHA properties
became open sores of poverty and crime.


Valerie Jarrett is Robert Taylor's granddaughter.


On October 11, 1991, the Chicago Tribune reported (article
available via the Tribune archives) that,


"Continuing what he described as "sweeping changes" in the
structure of city government, Mayor Richard [M.] Daley Thursday
announced the merger of the city's Planning Department and
Economic Development Department, to be headed by Valerie
Jarrett, his former deputy chief of staff."


Eventually, one piece of Daley's reform initiatives involved the
Chicago city government out-sourcing ownership and operation of
Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) low-rent, subsidized public
housing to private developers. The city also subsidized private
enterprises to build new affordable housing.


Involvement of the public sector in low-rent housing was an
appealing theory that failed in execution, with the help of
several Obama financial supporters and friends. That failure
resulted in a worsening of living conditions for poor residents
already suffering from below basement-level amenities in CHA
housing.


Example of Failed Reform: The Lawndale Restoration


The Lawndale Restoration project illustrates how an Obama
friend's company, and an Obama financial supporter's enterprise,
made money off their failed efforts to improve housing for
Chicago's poor.


On October 21, 2004, the Tribune reported (available via Tribune
archives),


"City officials are pushing the federal government to seize
control of more than 100 apartment buildings in Chicago's
Lawndale neighborhood, signaling the demise of one of the most
ambitious redevelopment projects in the city's history. (snip)

Cecil Butler, general partner of Lawndale restoration and a
longtime West Side business magnate, is two months and about
$900,000 behind in payments on a government-backed $51 million
mortgage, officials at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development confirmed Wednesday.


The appeal to the federal government was triggered when city
inspectors found 1,800 code violations in housing units
dilapidated to the point of being uninhabitable.


Back in 2000, Butler had hired the Habitat Company, a respected
real-estate firm, to help manage the properties. By then,
Valerie Jarrett had resigned from Daley's staff in 1995, and was
Habitat's Executive Vice President (EVP), later to become CEO.
The deterioration of living conditions in the Lawndale
Restoration continued during Habitat's involvement, but Habitat
seems to have still been paid.


In 2006, in the final disposition of the dissolved Lawndale
Restoration, its properties were sold back to the City of
Chicago for $10 (ten). And, the U.S. Department of Housing &
Urban Development (HUD) assumed the $51 million debt at the
foreclosure sale. Butler walked away. Twenty-three smaller
profit and non-profit developers eventually assumed
responsibility for the properties.


According to the Boston Globe's exposé, Butler was one of "six
prominent developers" who,


"...collectively contributed more than $175,000 to Obama's
campaigns over the last decade and raised hundred of thousands
more from other donors."


Obama's Housing Plans


The Obama Campaign document, Blueprint For Change, notes his
plan to pursue the line of the Daley reforms under the heading
"Increase the Supply of Affordable Housing," wherein,


"Obama will create an Affordable Housing Trust Fund to develop
affordable housing in mixed-income neighborhoods." (p.47)


In a 2007 speech Obama said,


"As President, I'll create an Affordable Housing Trust Fund that
would add as many as 112,000 new affordable units in mixed
income neighborhoods."


Since Obama planned to siphon off profits from the now bankrupt
Mae twins, Fannie and Freddie, to help grow this fund, he'll
need to adjust that plan.


Meanwhile, add Valerie Jarrett (EVP, now CEO, Habitat Co.) and
Cecil Butler (former general partner, Lawndale Restoration) to
the list of Obama friends and supporters who aggravated the
housing plight of South Chicago residents during the Daley
public housing reforms. And made money doing it.


There were others.


If the full story is ever widely known of Illinois State Senator
Obama's association with several South Chicago slum landlords to
whom the Daley's administration turned-over ownership and
management of public housing properties, the voters will rightly
ask:


Did the candidate who tells us to be our brothers' keeper not
know how developers in and near his district were turning
housing for the poor into even more horrific slums? Or, did he
know full well what was happening and either didn't care, or was
afraid to speak-up? That seems a fair question.


Whatever the answer, the myth of the community organizer
fighting for the poor is seriously busted.


[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
Tag Heuer
2008-10-30 08:16:25 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 09:00:26 +0100 (CET), Nomen Nescio
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
As "***@dizum" - aka 'Nomen Nescio' - Troll extraordinare' defines
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
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Non scrivetemi
2008-10-30 09:32:13 UTC
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Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; <condensed>
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it.

Personally? I don't like a single one of those pathetic
candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single member of
the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a bare back with
a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to Daniel Ortega
recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress would get
a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check
radiation levels.

After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some
cleaner politicians.
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Lamont Cranston
2008-10-30 14:41:41 UTC
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Non scrivetemi wrote:

30 Minutes To Change 2008 Election
by Tag Heuer

In a few hours Democrat Presidential candidate Barack Obama
will
address voters via various television networks, CNN and ABC
excluded,
in a highly controversial and costly campaign manuever as
far as
political advertisements go. It is unprecedented in recent
political
history, yet one that has the Palin-McCain campaign
scrambling for
those battleground states which they presume are winnable.
More
interesting is the point that surrogates and McCain are
reduced to
complaining how "Obama had broken his promise not to take
public
funding," and of which is falling on deal ears as the shouts
of
"Socialist!" and "Terrorist!" including racial epithets are
heard
throughout their campaign stumps and rallies.

To his credit Obama will take this 30-minutes of campaign ad
time to
abbreviate his platform and vision of his candidacy and
campaign as
well as offering up a few surprises - One which is now been
'leaked'
and known is the appearance of former-President Wm.
Jefferson Clinton.

The Horror: These 30-minutes may seem like an eternity to
the McCain
campaign whose own message of "change" and "mavericky-ness"
and the
run-of-the-mill smear will presumably have to take notice,
and with
just under six days remaining till the election this moment
with all
the other rhetoric and gimmicks and melodrama will simply
have to sit
still.

Not exactly CBS' patented "60 Minutes" program but half in
terms
30-minutes ... Now this is a long time as far as pol-ads go,
and with
Erik Smith, a former-Dick Gephardt political advisor, and
Mark Putnam,
a media consultant, of whom CNN's Mark Halperin has recently
dubbed
the one or two of the "Five Most Important People in
American Politics
Not Running for President," finishing up the editing on this
advertisement may turn out to be a masterpiece and stroke of
political
genius, if not marketing in general.

This 4-5 million dollar expense is but a drop in the
proverbial
'bucket' and the Obama-Biden campaign war-chest, and what is
more
interesting is that the Republican/GOP effort for the
Palin-McCain
campaign had to secure a loan of the same amount in dealing
with
expenditures in the northwest front of this battle.

The Competion: What is much more interesting, other than the
whine
from McCain over "broken promises" and over Obama not
accepting public
fund, which but a faint whimper in the face of a potential
electoral
tsunami, is the fact that the management of Osama's campaign
is
running firmly and smoothly like a well-oiled engine firing
cleanly
and succinctly on "all twelve" of a Ferrari 612 Scarlatti
coupe -
Whereas the sound of sporadic back-firing of the severely
rusted, and
bald tires of the Palin-McCain '73 Ford 'Maverick'
sub-compact is
leaking oil and belching smoke, in the twelve battle ground
states of
MT, ND, MO, IN, OH, PA, NC, GA, NV, VA, FL, and possibly AK,
and where
Osama's campaign paid staff and volunteers are numbered in
the
hundreds, and where McCain's are nickels and dimes.

The Obama-Biden campaign has out-spent and out maneuvered
the
Palin-McCain ticket 2-1, if not three-to-one in their
campaign
strategy (or is it, tactic?) in this quest for the
Whitehouse, and for
the closing moments of this campaign are without doubt very
close to
'closing the deal,' with the voters. However, and as
Democrat has
repeatedly warned his supporters, "Let's not get cocky!"
Instead,
what he has done, and done effectively is to continue on
message and
delivering rhetoric and a platform unlike the vitriolic and
negative
ones that the McCain campaign is now wagering it's entire
political
survival on.

The Comedy: Some may recall H. Ross Perot who did something
similar
during the '92 Presidential election, and who in retrospect
was quite
the character in presenting charts, and graphs and political
and
comedic - And enough to capture 18% of the Popular Vote and
zero EC
votes. However, this is no "comedy" by any stretch of the
imagination. This is quite the "Trick-o-Treat" for the
McCain
campaign and or a potential nightmare of historic
proportions.

The Human Drama of Political Competition (apologies to ABC
Sports):
Obama will present himself, and his vision tonight. Many
may not
watch, or perhaps many will and regardless of what this may
have on
the Electorate come November 4, this will certainly become
the
standard by which future campaigns will consider, and where
Obama (the
consummate political science student) has learned from past
mistakes,
and victories, in speaking to the issues and challenges
facing
America, and rather than 'making it up.'

-
" ... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic
theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every
name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week,
he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my
toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly
sandwich ..."
--- Barack Obama, on the McCain "socialist" accusations,
Raleigh,
North Carolina, October 28, 2008
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2008-10-30 20:31:08 UTC
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Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.

" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
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Fritz Wuehler
2008-10-30 10:23:27 UTC
Permalink
Post by Tag Heuer
On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 09:00:26 +0100 (CET), Nomen Nescio
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; <condensed>
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it.

Personally? I don't like a single one of those pathetic
candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single member of
the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a bare back with
a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to Daniel Ortega
recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress would get
a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check
radiation levels.

After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some
cleaner politicians.
Post by Tag Heuer
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Lamont Cranston
2008-10-30 14:42:01 UTC
Permalink
Fritz Wuehler wrote:

30 Minutes To Change 2008 Election
by Tag Heuer

In a few hours Democrat Presidential candidate Barack Obama
will
address voters via various television networks, CNN and ABC
excluded,
in a highly controversial and costly campaign manuever as
far as
political advertisements go. It is unprecedented in recent
political
history, yet one that has the Palin-McCain campaign
scrambling for
those battleground states which they presume are winnable.
More
interesting is the point that surrogates and McCain are
reduced to
complaining how "Obama had broken his promise not to take
public
funding," and of which is falling on deal ears as the shouts
of
"Socialist!" and "Terrorist!" including racial epithets are
heard
throughout their campaign stumps and rallies.

To his credit Obama will take this 30-minutes of campaign ad
time to
abbreviate his platform and vision of his candidacy and
campaign as
well as offering up a few surprises - One which is now been
'leaked'
and known is the appearance of former-President Wm.
Jefferson Clinton.

The Horror: These 30-minutes may seem like an eternity to
the McCain
campaign whose own message of "change" and "mavericky-ness"
and the
run-of-the-mill smear will presumably have to take notice,
and with
just under six days remaining till the election this moment
with all
the other rhetoric and gimmicks and melodrama will simply
have to sit
still.

Not exactly CBS' patented "60 Minutes" program but half in
terms
30-minutes ... Now this is a long time as far as pol-ads go,
and with
Erik Smith, a former-Dick Gephardt political advisor, and
Mark Putnam,
a media consultant, of whom CNN's Mark Halperin has recently
dubbed
the one or two of the "Five Most Important People in
American Politics
Not Running for President," finishing up the editing on this
advertisement may turn out to be a masterpiece and stroke of
political
genius, if not marketing in general.

This 4-5 million dollar expense is but a drop in the
proverbial
'bucket' and the Obama-Biden campaign war-chest, and what is
more
interesting is that the Republican/GOP effort for the
Palin-McCain
campaign had to secure a loan of the same amount in dealing
with
expenditures in the northwest front of this battle.

The Competion: What is much more interesting, other than the
whine
from McCain over "broken promises" and over Obama not
accepting public
fund, which but a faint whimper in the face of a potential
electoral
tsunami, is the fact that the management of Osama's campaign
is
running firmly and smoothly like a well-oiled engine firing
cleanly
and succinctly on "all twelve" of a Ferrari 612 Scarlatti
coupe -
Whereas the sound of sporadic back-firing of the severely
rusted, and
bald tires of the Palin-McCain '73 Ford 'Maverick'
sub-compact is
leaking oil and belching smoke, in the twelve battle ground
states of
MT, ND, MO, IN, OH, PA, NC, GA, NV, VA, FL, and possibly AK,
and where
Osama's campaign paid staff and volunteers are numbered in
the
hundreds, and where McCain's are nickels and dimes.

The Obama-Biden campaign has out-spent and out maneuvered
the
Palin-McCain ticket 2-1, if not three-to-one in their
campaign
strategy (or is it, tactic?) in this quest for the
Whitehouse, and for
the closing moments of this campaign are without doubt very
close to
'closing the deal,' with the voters. However, and as
Democrat has
repeatedly warned his supporters, "Let's not get cocky!"
Instead,
what he has done, and done effectively is to continue on
message and
delivering rhetoric and a platform unlike the vitriolic and
negative
ones that the McCain campaign is now wagering it's entire
political
survival on.

The Comedy: Some may recall H. Ross Perot who did something
similar
during the '92 Presidential election, and who in retrospect
was quite
the character in presenting charts, and graphs and political
and
comedic - And enough to capture 18% of the Popular Vote and
zero EC
votes. However, this is no "comedy" by any stretch of the
imagination. This is quite the "Trick-o-Treat" for the
McCain
campaign and or a potential nightmare of historic
proportions.

The Human Drama of Political Competition (apologies to ABC
Sports):
Obama will present himself, and his vision tonight. Many
may not
watch, or perhaps many will and regardless of what this may
have on
the Electorate come November 4, this will certainly become
the
standard by which future campaigns will consider, and where
Obama (the
consummate political science student) has learned from past
mistakes,
and victories, in speaking to the issues and challenges
facing
America, and rather than 'making it up.'

-
" ... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic
theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every
name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week,
he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my
toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly
sandwich ..."
--- Barack Obama, on the McCain "socialist" accusations,
Raleigh,
North Carolina, October 28, 2008
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Tag Heuer
2008-10-30 20:29:54 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 10:32:13 +0100 (CET), the follically challenged
Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.

" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
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Nomen Nescio
2008-10-30 22:30:15 UTC
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Post by Tag Heuer
On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 10:32:13 +0100 (CET), the follically challenged
Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?

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with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
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On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 23:30:15 +0100 (CET), Nomen Nescio
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?
http: //celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
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2008-10-31 03:14:18 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 23:30:15 +0100 (CET), Nomen Nescio
Post by Nomen Nescio
You like men, don't you?
http: //celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Visit your dad in prison much? Sounds like it.
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
--
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Tag Heuer
2008-10-31 17:51:14 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 04:14:18 +0100, Fritz Wuehler
Post by Fritz Wuehler
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?
http: //celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Visit your dad in prison much? Sounds like it.
LOL why did 'prison' pop into your severely damaged train of thought,
Nomen? Ah. Projection. Yet, presumably it looks as though your
parole board meeting went well, or are you posting from prison, and
where you psychotically believe, and in using various
non-authenticating anonymous re-mailing systems that spammers and
criminals employ, makes you in the vast expanse of the ether
invisible? It's beginning to look like it, and perish that thought.
Post by Fritz Wuehler
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
--
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Non scrivetemi
2008-10-31 20:08:49 UTC
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Post by Tag Heuer
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 04:14:18 +0100, Fritz Wuehler
Post by Fritz Wuehler
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tagged Weener
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?
http: //celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Visit your dad in prison much? Sounds like it.
LOL why did 'prison' pop into your severely damaged train of thought,
Nomen? Ah. Projection. Yet, presumably it looks as though your
parole board meeting went well, or are you posting from prison, and
where you psychotically believe, and in using various
non-authenticating anonymous re-mailing systems that spammers and
criminals employ, makes you in the vast expanse of the ether
invisible? It's beginning to look like it, and perish that thought.
Why? You write like an unemployed prison guard.

Vote yes on 8!
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Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
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n***@millions.com
2008-10-31 20:29:54 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 21:08:49 +0100 (CET), "Non scrivetemi"
Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 04:14:18 +0100, Fritz Wuehler
ble? It's beginning to look like it, and perish that thought.
Post by Non scrivetemi
Why? You write like an unemployed prison guard.
Vote yes on 8!
I'll vote no on Prop 8.

As for the prison guard, that's an entirely a different matter. The
California Correctional Officers Association runs the state of
California. They have a captive audience which they are unable, more
often than not, to rehabilitate.

DCI
Tag Heuer
2008-10-31 20:57:21 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 21:08:49 +0100 (CET), "Non scrivetemi"
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Fritz Wuehler
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?
http: //celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Visit your dad in prison much? Sounds like it.
LOL why did 'prison' pop into your severely damaged train of thought,
Nomen? Ah. Projection. Yet, presumably it looks as though your
parole board meeting went well, or are you posting from prison, and
where you psychotically believe, and in using various
non-authenticating anonymous re-mailing systems that spammers and
criminals employ, makes you in the vast expanse of the ether
invisible? It's beginning to look like it, and perish that thought.
Why? You write like an unemployed prison guard. Vote yes on 8!
You appear to possess a certain level and knowledge and experience
with 'prison guards,' of whom presumably abused you, and of course in
questioning my manner of composition skills is of little consequence
when it comes to forensically examining your deranged existence and in
question as to why you are now trolling the political NGs. And vote
YES on 69 to insure containment of child predators like Nomen Fritz
Wuehler Non scrivetemi Nescio, or whatever it thinks it's name
psuedonym or otherwise is at any given moment.

-
"So much love, yet also so much information." - Greg Foker, Meet the
Parents (2000)

"I am thrilled to be here in the home state of the Philadephia
Phillies! ... {crowd booes}" - Sarah Palin, Erie, PA (ie. Cleveland
Indians and Pittsburgh Pirate fans) - Lipsticked pig in desperate need
of a sports/geography lesson, October 30, 2008
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Fritz Wuehler
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
--
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George Orwell
2008-10-31 22:45:06 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 21:08:49 +0100 (CET), "Non scrivetemi"
Post by Tag Heuer
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Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Non scrivetemi
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?
http: //celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Visit your dad in prison much? Sounds like it.
LOL why did 'prison' pop into your severely damaged train of thought,
Nomen? Ah. Projection. Yet, presumably it looks as though your
parole board meeting went well, or are you posting from prison, and
where you psychotically believe, and in using various
non-authenticating anonymous re-mailing systems that spammers and
criminals employ, makes you in the vast expanse of the ether
invisible? It's beginning to look like it, and perish that thought.
Why? You write like an unemployed prison guard. Vote yes on 8!
You appear to possess a certain level and knowledge and experience
with 'prison guards,' of whom presumably abused you, and of course in
questioning my manner of composition skills is of little consequence
when it comes to forensically examining your deranged existence and in
question as to why you are now trolling the political NGs. And vote
YES on 69 to insure containment of child predators like Nomen Fritz
Wuehler Non scrivetemi Nescio, or whatever it thinks it's name
psuedonym or otherwise is at any given moment.
Look who's talking in great detail about the experience of being
molested.

Vote yes on 8!
Post by n***@millions.com
-
"So much love, yet also so much information." - Greg Foker, Meet the
Parents (2000)
"I am thrilled to be here in the home state of the Philadephia
Phillies! ... {crowd booes}" - Sarah Palin, Erie, PA (ie. Cleveland
Indians and Pittsburgh Pirate fans) - Lipsticked pig in desperate need
of a sports/geography lesson, October 30, 2008
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Fritz Wuehler
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
" ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11 years old)
with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it would be
nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Nescio
--
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di un sistema anonimizzatore |anonymous system
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Tag Heuer
2008-10-31 23:31:05 UTC
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Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
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Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
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Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?
http: //celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Visit your dad in prison much? Sounds like it.
LOL why did 'prison' pop into your severely damaged train of thought,
Nomen? Ah. Projection. Yet, presumably it looks as though your
parole board meeting went well, or are you posting from prison, and
where you psychotically believe, and in using various
non-authenticating anonymous re-mailing systems that spammers and
criminals employ, makes you in the vast expanse of the ether
invisible? It's beginning to look like it, and perish that thought.
Why? You write like an unemployed prison guard. Vote yes on 8!
You appear to possess a certain level and knowledge and experience
with 'prison guards,' of whom presumably abused you, and of course in
questioning my manner of composition skills is of little consequence
when it comes to forensically examining your deranged existence and in
question as to why you are now trolling the political NGs. And vote
YES on 69 to insure containment of child predators like Nomen Fritz
Wuehler Non scrivetemi Nescio, or whatever it thinks it's name
psuedonym or otherwise is at any given moment.
Look who's talking in great detail about the experience of being molested. Vote yes on 8!
Look who's disinclined and brief replies clearly suggest that one is a
overweight follically challenged homopedo & child molester whose
identity challenged and deranged personification continues in all
futility to conceal the inner excrement and ugliness festering
violently within it.

To wit: " ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11
years old) with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it
would be nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Fritz
Wuehler Non scrivetemi George Orwell Nescio

-
"So much love, yet also so much information." - Greg Foker, Meet the
Parents (2000)

"I am thrilled to be here in the home state of the Philadephia
Phillies! ... {crowd booes}" - Sarah Palin, Erie, PA (ie. Cleveland
Indians and Pittsburgh Pirate fans) - Lipsticked pig in desperate need
of a sports/geography lesson, October 30, 2008
--
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xx
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Post by Tag Heuer
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 23:45:06 +0100 (CET), George Orwell
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 13:57:21 -0700, Tag Heuer
Post by n***@millions.com
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 21:08:49 +0100 (CET), "Non scrivetemi"
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 10:51:14 -0700, Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 04:14:18 +0100, Fritz Wuehler
On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 15:40:40 -0700, Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 23:30:15 +0100 (CET), Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 10:32:13 +0100 (CET), the follically
On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 01:16:25 -0700, Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of
de-regulation, a
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by n***@millions.com
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it.
However, to
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by n***@millions.com
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Nomen Nescio
Post by Tag Heuer
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day.
Congress
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by n***@millions.com
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by Tag Heuer
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?
//celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Post by Tag Heuer
Post by n***@millions.com
Post by Tag Heuer
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Visit your dad in prison much? Sounds like it.
LOL why did 'prison' pop into your severely damaged train of thought,
Nomen? Ah. Projection. Yet, presumably it looks as though your
parole board meeting went well, or are you posting from prison, and
where you psychotically believe, and in using various
non-authenticating anonymous re-mailing systems that spammers and
criminals employ, makes you in the vast expanse of the ether
invisible? It's beginning to look like it, and perish that thought.
Why? You write like an unemployed prison guard. Vote yes on 8!
You appear to possess a certain level and knowledge and experience
with 'prison guards,' of whom presumably abused you, and of course in
questioning my manner of composition skills is of little consequence
when it comes to forensically examining your deranged existence and in
question as to why you are now trolling the political NGs. And vote
YES on 69 to insure containment of child predators like Nomen Fritz
Wuehler Non scrivetemi Nescio, or whatever it thinks it's name
psuedonym or otherwise is at any given moment.
Look who's talking in great detail about the experience of being molested. Vote yes on 8!
Look who's disinclined and brief replies clearly suggest that one is a
overweight follically challenged homopedo & child molester whose
identity challenged and deranged personification continues in all
futility to conceal the inner excrement and ugliness festering
violently within it.
To wit: " ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11
years old) with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it
would be nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Fritz
Wuehler Non scrivetemi George Orwell Nescio
-
"So much love, yet also so much information." - Greg Foker, Meet the
Parents (2000)
"I am thrilled to be here in the home state of the Philadephia
Phillies! ... {crowd booes}" - Sarah Palin, Erie, PA (ie. Cleveland
Indians and Pittsburgh Pirate fans) - Lipsticked pig in desperate need
of a sports/geography lesson, October 30, 2008
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Obama 30 Minute Ad Defines
Tag Heuer
It was simple as it was direct; It was moving as it was incisive, yet
words alone cannot describe the 30-minute poltical adverstisment that
aired earlier this evening - Barack Obama's capstone of this
presidential election and that of his, and Joe Biden's collective
candidacy.
It wasn't so much about Barack Obama, but that of a nation which is in
need of a "change," that brought into the presentation the lives of
four American people and families and the challenges confronting each
and every one of them. Yet what was captivating was the message
itself, and that this advertisment was projecting ideals and hopes
that would identify with those who were either still undecided over
Obama, but to reinforce the convictions of those who have already made
the decision.
The ad itself touched upon four families and Americans who each and
every day face what millions of American now face in this economic
crisis and times of uncertainty and that of security. He touched upon
the those who've lost their pensions, to those who are struggling to
retire; he touched upon the challenges that many families face in
terms of making ends meet, to those in addressing all of the issues
with the text of his platform in caption as the ad progressed; he
brought the ultimate of resume to millions of American viewers and
those around the world, and it was in a word 'moving.'
Coming away from this video the common denominator was about not so
much where Obama was, but where we as a country are headed in terms of
those who certainly count - Not Democrat, nor Republican; rich nor
poor, Black nor White or otherwise, but that in all common decency
what America represents as a nation and as a people where economics,
health, national security and simple fundamental human values are
concerned.
John McCain and Sarah Palin has to this point has offered a stark
contrast in campaign rhetoric and promises - Digging up the "past,"
and in a cheek-to-cheek yet obscure embrace with the failed Bush
administration for the lack of a definitive platform. Yet, what leaps
to mind is all about this appeal to the "Middle Class" which this
video was clearly targeting. And as any student of political science
will tell you the neglect, or ignorance in the destruction of this
integral component of this democracy and society could lead to the
boogey-man that the aforemention has painted Obama as in their
relentless smear campaigns. And what is ironic is that candidate
McCain has yet to directly address the 'working-class' of this nation
- Instead he offers gimmicks, like "Joe the Plumber," and his
'maverick' selection of a running-mate who for all intents and
purposes is one that is as superficial as it gets.
Obama on the otherhand is endorsed by 'labor,' and a large percentage,
if not majority of the middle-class which the previous eight-years in
and of a Republican executive leadership, and legislative leadership
with collaborators such as Enron, Halliburton, a predatory and greedy
Wall Street, et al. has preyed upon in the way of de-regulation, a
unnecessary war which has drained this country's financial resources,
and more importantly that of it's core national security component -
The military. And what the Obama platform stands for, and in the
context of this advertisement is that there is indeed hope, and that
which is strictly in the hands of the American people and their vote
come November 4 and chosing between "Mavericky-ness," or absolute and
in this context, and event well-defined "Change."
In bringing this momentous eve to a fitting end, Obama appeared not
only live during the ad, but later in Kissimmee, Florida with the
Grand Old Liberal himself, Bill Clinton. And in a coined, yet true
"Barry and Bubba" united Democrat-front, if not some strange iconic
ceremony in handing off of some partisan baton, delivered a stump to
be remembered; strangely enough one that all of my children (with
their homework finished, teef brushed, and in their pajamas) watched
with me in varying levels of disinterest, and or interest before
sending them off to bed.
Yes. This certainly was a special eve filled with emotion and
anticipation with five days remaining till the Election, and at this
time, sans the media pundits, rhetorical observation (from either
side), as well overall circus-like fanfare of any given American
general election & campaign, with McCain himself resorting to
free-airtime with CNN's Larry King, whom he felt in question did not
appreciate that McCain was presumed King suggested that he was "dead"
in the context of a hypothetical scenario involving Palin's own
qualification as one who is a 'heartbeat from the POTUS,' was a
fitting if not entertaining comedic end, and entry into the most
contentious aspect of these campaigns.
Famed comedian, Steve Martin once quipped that "comedy is not pretty,"
and nor is a lipsticked-pig no matter how one sees it. However, to
Obama's credit, or maybe his own battalion of advisors and counselors,
he did indeed deliver the best with former-President Clinton, and whom
he brought to a near never-ending laugh from, regarding this quotable
"... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?! By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten. I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
And that "my friends" is where the campaign rhetoric and humor ends,
and where the voting, which has now started, and shall in full earnest
will begin and stands.
[hat tip: AT reader "Dee"]
it's own pathetic and deranged thread-splitting, and rectal-anal
inversion state of ideological "corruption."
Somebody has to do it. You libs are like a bunch of mink in
mating season with this Obama silliness. If by some chance he
gets elected, you'll be wanting to fire him long before his term
is up. Think Washington, Willingham, always losing. Now it may
not ultimately be his fault, but you're all going to see it that
way, and you're going to "conveniently forget" how you rode his
bandwagon. Fortunately for the "I told you so" crowd, there is
the Wayback Machine to archive all those cutsey websites, blogs,
shrieks and shrines. There is no way in hell you're ever going
to get off the hook for supporting a loser, then trying to
backtrack away from it. Personally? I don't like a single one of
those pathetic candidates. If I had my way, I'd have every single
member of the RNC and DNC rounded up, given 50 lashes on a
bare back with a nice piece of hickory, then make them listen to
Daniel Ortega recordings for a solid week, 24 hours a day. Congress
would get a boatride to Africa - for longpig lunch..., while the Senate
would go to the Marshall Islands disposal tank to check radiation levels.
After that? We start with a cleaner slate, and hopefully some cleaner
politicians.
O' come on now it's obvious that the wheels have come off on your
political l'il red wagon and quite the deranged imagination you've got
going - But what let you out of your Man-Boy love NGs and defecating
your repugnant spam onto this NG predominantly made up of men, you
anonymous remailing, sick twat.
You like men, don't you?
http: //celebrityapes.>com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/barack->obama.jpg
Evidently creepy follically challenged overweight pedos like you do,
and your fascination with men is obvious. FOAD
Visit your dad in prison much? Sounds like it.
LOL why did 'prison' pop into your severely damaged train of thought,
Nomen? Ah. Projection. Yet, presumably it looks as though your
parole board meeting went well, or are you posting from prison, and
where you psychotically believe, and in using various
non-authenticating anonymous re-mailing systems that spammers and
criminals employ, makes you in the vast expanse of the ether
invisible? It's beginning to look like it, and perish that thought.
Why? You write like an unemployed prison guard. Vote yes on 8!
You appear to possess a certain level and knowledge and experience
with 'prison guards,' of whom presumably abused you, and of course in
questioning my manner of composition skills is of little consequence
when it comes to forensically examining your deranged existence and in
question as to why you are now trolling the political NGs. And vote
YES on 69 to insure containment of child predators like Nomen Fritz
Wuehler Non scrivetemi Nescio, or whatever it thinks it's name
psuedonym or otherwise is at any given moment.
Look who's talking in great detail about the experience of being molested. Vote yes on 8!
Look who's disinclined and brief replies clearly suggest that one is a
overweight follically challenged homopedo & child molester whose
identity challenged and deranged personification continues in all
futility to conceal the inner excrement and ugliness festering
violently within it.
To wit: " ... Has anyone out there tried lubbing a young boy (9-11
years old) with Purell? Mauro did it over the weekend, thinking it
would be nice for the boy." - http://tinyurl.com/5fqy86 - Nomen Fritz
Wuehler Non scrivetemi George Orwell Nescio
if the yanks get a black president then they get what they deserve
Did we Americans "deserve" Bush? I suppose, and at least those who
voted for the idiot ... Yet, the mere thought of Obama being
President, and just because he is part African and a Black American
and the color of his skin is nothing short of frightening to you, eh?
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"So much love, yet also so much information." - Greg Foker, Meet the
Parents (2000)
"I am thrilled to be here in the home state of the Philadephia
Phillies! ... {crowd booes}" - Sarah Palin, Erie, PA (ie. Cleveland
Indians and Pittsburgh Pirate fans) - Lipsticked pig in desperate need
of a sports/geography lesson, October 30, 2008
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30 Minutes To Change 2008 Election
by Tag Heuer
In a few hours Democrat Presidential candidate Barack Obama will
address voters via various television networks, CNN and ABC excluded,
in a highly controversial and costly campaign manuever as far as
political advertisements go.  It is unprecedented in recent political
history, yet one that has the Palin-McCain campaign scrambling for
those battleground states which they presume are winnable.  More
interesting is the point that surrogates and McCain are reduced to
complaining how "Obama had broken his promise not to take public
funding," and of which is falling on deal ears as the shouts of
"Socialist!" and "Terrorist!" including racial epithets are heard
throughout their campaign stumps and rallies.
How, how can that still surprise people about Obama?
Since the only the thing he even knows about is Politics, is in
fact ABC.
The only thing he knows about history is in fact CNN.
The only thing he knows about science is Micheal Jackson.
The only thing he knows about engineering is Ford's idiot Mount
Arafat Dealership.
The only thing the cell-phone dragoon even knows about Marxism is
free-lance bombers,
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To his credit Obama will take this 30-minutes of campaign ad time to
abbreviate his platform and vision of his candidacy and campaign as
well as offering up a few surprises - One which is now been 'leaked'
and known is the appearance of former-President Wm. Jefferson Clinton.
The Horror: These 30-minutes may seem like an eternity to the McCain
campaign whose own message of "change" and "mavericky-ness" and the
run-of-the-mill smear will presumably have to take notice, and with
just under six days remaining till the election this moment with all
the other rhetoric and gimmicks and melodrama will simply have to sit
still.
Not exactly CBS' patented "60 Minutes" program but half in terms
30-minutes ... Now this is a long time as far as pol-ads go, and with
Erik Smith, a former-Dick Gephardt political advisor, and Mark Putnam,
a media consultant, of whom CNN's Mark Halperin has recently dubbed
the one or two of the "Five Most Important People in American Politics
Not Running for President," finishing up the editing on this
advertisement may turn out to be a masterpiece and stroke of political
genius, if not marketing in general.
This 4-5 million dollar expense is but a drop in the proverbial
'bucket' and the Obama-Biden campaign war-chest, and what is more
interesting is that the Republican/GOP effort for the Palin-McCain
campaign had to secure a loan of the same amount in dealing with
expenditures in the northwest front of this battle.  
The Competion: What is much more interesting, other than the whine
from McCain over "broken promises" and over Obama not accepting public
fund, which but a faint whimper in the face of a potential electoral
tsunami, is the fact that the management of Osama's campaign is
running firmly and smoothly like a well-oiled engine firing cleanly
and succinctly on "all twelve" of a Ferrari 612 Scarlatti coupe  -
Whereas the sound of sporadic back-firing of the severely rusted, and
bald tires of the Palin-McCain '73 Ford 'Maverick' sub-compact is
leaking oil and belching smoke, in the twelve battle ground states of
MT, ND, MO, IN, OH, PA, NC, GA, NV, VA, FL, and possibly AK, and where
Osama's campaign paid staff and volunteers are numbered in the
hundreds, and where McCain's are nickels and dimes.
The Obama-Biden campaign has out-spent and out maneuvered the
Palin-McCain ticket 2-1, if not three-to-one in their campaign
strategy (or is it, tactic?) in this quest for the Whitehouse, and for
the closing moments of this campaign are without doubt very close to
'closing the deal,' with the voters.   However, and as Democrat has
repeatedly warned his supporters, "Let's not get cocky!"  Instead,
what he has done, and done effectively is to continue on message and
delivering rhetoric and a platform unlike the vitriolic and negative
ones that the McCain campaign is now wagering it's entire political
survival on.
The Comedy: Some may recall H. Ross Perot who did something similar
during the '92 Presidential election, and who in retrospect was quite
the character in presenting charts, and graphs and political and
comedic  - And enough to capture 18% of the Popular Vote and zero EC
votes.  However, this is no "comedy" by any stretch of the
imagination.  This is quite the "Trick-o-Treat" for the McCain
campaign and or a potential nightmare of historic proportions.
Obama will present himself, and his vision tonight.  Many may not
watch, or perhaps many will and regardless of what this may have on
the Electorate come November 4, this will certainly become the
standard by which future campaigns will consider, and where Obama (the
consummate political science student) has learned from past mistakes,
and victories, in speaking to the issues and challenges facing
America, and rather than 'making it up.'
-
" ... Because he [John McCain] knows that his economic theories don't
work, he's spending these last few days calling me every name in the
book ... I don't know what's next?!  By the end of the week, he'll be
accusing me of being a secret communist because I shared my toys in
kindergarten.  I shared my, uh, peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..."
--- Barack Obama, on the McCain "socialist" accusations, Raleigh,
North Carolina, October 28, 2008
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2008-10-30 14:45:18 UTC
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How, how can that still surprise people about Obama?
Since the only the thing he even knows about is
Politics, is in
fact ABC.
The only thing he knows about history is in fact CNN.
The only thing he knows about science is Micheal
Jackson.
The only thing he knows about engineering is Ford's
idiot Mount
Arafat Dealership.
The only thing the cell-phone dragoon even knows about
Marxism is
free-lance bombers,
"Drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you
never know what you'll find." -- James Carville

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You may augment your AFDB with random bits of foil, wire,
small electronic parts, etc..
Canadian coins should also be considered as they are high in
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refract psychotronic beams, thereby helping to scrambling
the mind control signals as they are deflected off of the
underlying aluminum surface of the AFDB. This will result in
a lowered chance of retransmission of the signal.

However, you should avoid American and European coins at all
costs as they contain aluminum based mind control circuitry.
Canadian coins are free of this threat mainly due to the
Canadian government's choice of neglecting psychotronic
research in favor of research into giant robotics.
z***@netscape.net
2008-10-30 15:19:39 UTC
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   How, how can that still surprise people about Obama?
   Since the only the thing he even knows about is
Politics, is in
fact ABC.
   The only thing he knows about history is in fact CNN.
   The only thing he knows about science is Micheal
Jackson.
   The only thing he knows about engineering is Ford's
idiot Mount
Arafat Dealership.
   The only thing the cell-phone dragoon even knows about
Marxism is
free-lance bombers,
"Drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you
never know what you'll find." -- James Carville
He should know. Since that's not only were he learned Politics,
it's also were he learned economics and haircuts.
Post by Lamont Cranston
zapatopi.net/afdb/build.html
You may augment your AFDB with random bits of foil, wire,
small electronic parts, etc..
Canadian coins should also be considered as they are high in
nickel content. Nickel, while not having the psychotronic
deflecting properties of aluminum (or even tin), can act to
refract psychotronic beams, thereby helping to scrambling
the mind control signals as they are deflected off of the
underlying aluminum surface of the AFDB. This will result in
a lowered chance of retransmission of the signal.
However, you should avoid American and European coins at all
costs as they contain aluminum based mind control circuitry.
Canadian coins are free of this threat mainly due to the
Canadian government's choice of neglecting psychotronic
research in favor of research into giant robotics.
Lamont Cranston
2008-10-30 17:49:05 UTC
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Post by Lamont Cranston
Post by z***@netscape.net
How, how can that still surprise people about Obama?
Since the only the thing he even knows about is
Politics, is in
fact ABC.
The only thing he knows about history is in fact CNN.
The only thing he knows about science is Micheal
Jackson.
The only thing he knows about engineering is Ford's
idiot Mount
Arafat Dealership.
The only thing the cell-phone dragoon even knows about
Marxism is
free-lance bombers,
"Drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you
never know what you'll find." -- James Carville
He should know. Since that's not only were he learned
Politics,
it's also were he learned economics and haircuts.
rotfl! Keep demonstrating your ignorance.

Carville graduated from Louisiana State with Bachelor's of
Arts and and Juris Doctorate degrees. He is one of the most
politically astute people in the country.

www.missouriwestern.edu/convocation/James Carville Bio.htm

...

Carville’s winning streak began in 1986 when he managed the
gubernatorial victory of Robert Casey in Pennsylvania. A
loser in three previous attempts, dubbed the
“Three-Time-Loss from Holy Cross” by the media, Casey
defeated popular Lieutenant Governor William Scranton, Jr.
in a remarkable come-from-behind win thanks to Carville. In
1987, Carville helped Wallace Wilkinson, who commanded less
than 1% of the vote in the early polls, win a hard-fought
gubernatorial campaign in Kentucky.
The following year brought Carville to New Jersey where he
guided Frank Lautenberg’s campaign for U.S. Senate to
victory, defeating Rhodes Scholar and Heisman Trophy winner
Pete Dawkins. Carville next managed the successful 1990
gubernatorial campaign of Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Zell
Miller, including a tough primary win over Atlanta mayor
Andrew Young.

In 1991, Carville—who had already become prominent in
political circles—drew national attention when he led
Senator Harris Wofford from 40 points behind in the polls to
an upset landslide victory over former Pennsylvania Governor
and U.S. Attorney General Richard Thornburgh. With the
startling and unpredicted Wofford win, Carville exposed the
political vulnerability of George Bush, who enjoyed 91%
approval ratings during the Gulf War.

Having wounded the sitting President in 1991, Carville
finished the job the following year when he guided William
Jefferson Clinton to the Presidency in 1992. In 1993,
Carville was honored as Campaign Manager of the Year by the
American Association of Political Consultants for his
leadership of Clinton’s fearsome and intense “War Room” at
campaign headquarters in Little Rock. Carville was also the
focus, along with George Stephanopoulos, of the
feature-length Academy Award nominated documentary The War
Room.

After the Clinton victory, Carville began to focus on
foreign consulting. Since that time, Carville’s political
clients have included the following: Greek Prime Minister
Constantine Mitsotakis; Brazilian President Fernando
Henrique Cardoso; Honduran Prime Minister Carlos Flores;
President Jamil Mahuad of Ecuador; the Liberal Party of
Canada; Sao Paolo Mayor Celso Pitta, Argentine Economic
Minister Domingo Cavallo, Francisco Labastida of Mexico,
Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Basdeo Panday;
Hipolito Meija of the Dominican Republic; and many others
spread across the globe. In 1999, Carville led Ehud Barak to
victory in his campaign to become the Prime Minister of
Israel.
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