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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

liberals are angry at Obama

Obama is two things
1. Out for himself and not loyal to his word, but to whatever will increase his power.
2. Liberal
liberals you can be cast a side at any moments

Ron Klein old Obama style politician

Reject old politics vote for change vote Allen West

Allen West, Republican congressional candidate
An outstanding candidate for congress

Allen West for Congress

Floridians please support Allen West for Congress. We need his experience and leadership. he has impressive endorsements.

Dean Andal is supported by Vets for Freedom

"change we can believe in"

small business Vriginian switches to McCain
McCain campaign is coming to life.

Nascar for McCain

radio blitz in Virginia

radio blitz in Virginia

thanks to all our visitors(Kanjorski lies)

In honor of our most visits in a single day, I will show the worst congressmen at his worse moment. He admits the Democrats including Barack Obama lied to win the mid term elections in 2006. This is the same game plan Barack Obama is using.

Barack Obama is Drama

Everywhere he goes brings drama, it all comes back to his self-righteous say anything to get elected attitude. Nothing is sacred to Obama except gettting more power. He played the his church for fools when he left because Jeremiah Wright was hurting his poll numbers. This was only after he had said he could no more disown Reverand Wright than he could the Black community. This shows that if the Black community or his "typical" white person grandmother cause his poll numbers to sink. He then not only ditched his Pastor he then ditched his Church.
He told everyone oh listen I will use public money to fund my campaign. But that could have possibly come between Obama and his goal of the Presidency. This meant that his word was no longer important and should be thrown out the window. He could have been "swift boated". Well now powerful labor unions and move (funded by George Soros) are pouring millions of dollars into distorting John McCain's word and his record. Barack Obama remains silent on this issue. This is because Obama is not against "shadowy" groups funding attacks, Obama is only against "shadowy" groups potentially slowing down his campaign.
Obama's wife is only proud to be an American because a bunch of latte sipp'n college students are excited about his campaign of falsehoods. This shows her arrogance, but arrogance must attract arrogance. Barack has one belief and that is he should be president. He is willing to use anyone to accomplish that goal.
He recently bucked the liberals who have supported his campaign the most fervently by voting for a bill he said he would not only vote against, but filibuster. Now during the liberal primary when he was running to the left of Hillary this was a outstanding idea, but when the general election rolls around like any power hungery politician it is time for a move to the center.
Obama is not change, Obama is a typical power hungery politician.

Georgia leaders respond to Obama visit

Georgia Leaders Respond to Barack Obama’s Visit to GeorgiaJuly 8, 2008 Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle and Speaker Glenn Richardson today released the following statements in response to Barack Obama’s visit to Georgia.Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle stated:“I’m disappointed that Barack Obama didn’t take the opportunities to address the questions on the minds of Georgian voters. With Georgian families and small business struggling, why was Obama proposing raising the income tax? Why is he proposing raising the social security tax, along with capital gains tax, proposing a raise in the dividend tax? Obama seems to want to raise every tax. Why did Obama vote twice in 2008 to raise income taxes for people making just $32,000 a year? Why did Obama request $97.4 million for earmarked pork projects in 2007? Before Georgians should be asked to vote for the freshman senator from Illinois, they deserve to have these questions answered.”Speaker of the House Glenn Richardson pointed out that: “While Barack Obama’s pre-ticketed audience of supporters may have been impressed by his high flying rhetoric, I have a feeling that voters across the state are trying to figure out how they can afford his brand of ‘change’. Drivers filling up their cars are puzzled by his opposition to gas tax relief and his contention that the only problem with our high gas prices is that they went up too quickly and that he would have preferred a gradual increase. The 859,500 small businesses in Georgia are disappointed to hear that he plans to raise their payroll taxes. Taxpayers making $32,000 a year and up are wondering why he voted twice last year to raise their income taxes. Georgians deserve more than well delivered lines in a rehearsed speech. They deserve the kind of leadership Senator McCain will provide as our nation’s 44th President.”NOTE: Audio of Lieutenant Governor Cagle’s statement is attached.For more information contact:Ben FryGeorgia Republican 257-5559Governor Sonny Perdue today released the following statement in response to Barack Obama’s visit to Georgia.July 8, 2008 “There’s one thing I know for certain - Georgia voters are smart. Georgians notice when you campaign on tax relief for the middle class, but vote twice this year to raise taxes on Americans making as little as $32,000 a year. They pay attention when one candidate, Barack Obama, requested $97.4 million in pork projects last year, while John McCain was leading the fight against wasteful spending. Obama’s television ads can’t hide the facts; his rhetoric can’t hide reality - he’s an inexperienced freshman Senator who is out of touch with Georgia values.”“As Governor of a state with a balanced budget requirement, I applaud Senator McCain’s commitment to balancing the federal budget by 2013. Georgians know that this requires leadership, fiscal discipline, and making the same tough choices our families face every day. His long record of leadership on crucial issues and consistent stand against wasteful earmark spending give him the credibility to implement his plan of economic growth, to control spending, and to reform entitlement programs in a bipartisan fashion. I look forward to working with Senator McCain to balance the federal budget and regain the trust of American taxpayers.” For more information contact:Ben FryGeorgia Republican Party(404) 257-5559bfry@gagop.orgStatement of Georgia Republican Party Chairman on Obama’s VisitJuly 8, 2008 Georgia Republican Party Chairman Sue P. Everhart today released the following statement in response to Barack Obama’s visit to Georgia.“With Barack Obama back in town to raise money as the first major candidate since Watergate to use private funds in the General Election, I hope Georgians will get an opportunity to pose some very important questions. We deserve to hear from Obama himself why he twice voted to raise taxes on people making as little as $32,000 earlier this year, why he has voted for higher taxes 94 times during his short career in the Senate, and why he recently said that his only problem with gas prices was that they went up too quickly.The choice voters face in November is clear. Will they vote for Barack Obama, an untested freshman Senator who believes we can tax our way to economic growth, or will they cast a ballot for Senator John McCain, who after a lifetime of putting our nation’s interests before his own understands the challenges facing families and small businesses?”For more information contact:Ben FryGeorgia Republican Party(404)'DocumentationObama voted twice in favor of the Democrats' FY 2009 budget resolution. (S. Con. Res. 70, CQ Vote #85, Adopted 51-44: R 2-43; D 47-1; I 2-0, 3/14/08, Obama Voted Yea; S. Con. Res. 70, CQ Vote #142: Adopted 48- 45: R 2- 44; D 44- 1; I 2-0, 6/4/08, Obama Voted Yea) "Under both Democratic plans, tax rates would increase by 3 percentage points for each of the 25 percent, 28 percent and 33 percent brackets. At present, the 25 percent bracket begins at $31,850 for individuals and $63,700 for married couples. The 35 percent bracket on incomes over $349,700 would jump to 39.6 percent." (Andrew Taylor, "Presidential Hopefuls To Vote On Budget," The Associated Press, 3/13/08)Obama voted at least 94 times for higher taxes in the U.S. Senate. To date, Obama has voted for a tax increase approximately once every five days Congress has been in session. (RNC Research; The Library Of Congress Website,, Accessed 6/8/08) Obama said he would have preferred a gradual increase in gas prices. Obama: "Well, I think that we have been slow to move in a better direction when it comes to energy usage. And the president, frankly, hasn't had an energy policy. And as a consequence, we've been consuming energy as if it's infinite. We now know that our demand is badly outstripping supply with China and India growing as rapidly as they are. So..." CNBC's John Hardwood: "So could these high prices help us?" Obama: "I think that I would have preferred a gradual adjustment. The fact that this is such a shock to American pocketbooks is not a good thing." (CNBC's "Your Money, Your Vote," 6/10/08)

New Jersey tightens up a bit
John McCain has cut into Barack Obama's lead in the Garden State.

more updates on Jesse Jackson vs Barack Obama

its still developing (Jesse Jackson)
but Drudge has more info.

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BE SURE TO TUNE IN TONIGHT TO FOXNEWS Hanniy and Colmes to see the controversial tapes of Jesse Jackson.

Obama's arrogance is hurting him... Jesse Jackson

While Obama spent father's day talking down to black men... it seems he has offended civil rights leader Jesse Jackson. Jesse Jackson is doing all he can to make up for his comment that was not suppose to be heard. This highlights the superficial nature of this campaign. Hillary is now a big Obama supporter, but we all know of her dislike of Obama. Bill Clinton and John Edwards have done the same. Obama is all over the place... pandering to angry white men with his speech on Father's day, flip flopping on terrorist surveillance and support of the Iraq war. His embrace of his "Uncle" Jeremiah Wright and then ditching him because he did not care about Barack.
I hope this comes back to haunt Obama, because people need to understand how superficial his campaign is and has become.

tune into Fox News tonight Jesse Jackson vs Barack Obama

Jesse Jackson unleashes on our friend Snob Obama

Rolando Martin of CNN
according to this hateful article towards the recently passed Jesse Helms.... if his standard is held to current Senator Byrd... we should realize we have a KKK member in the United States Senate and is a member of the Democrat party. Why would he not attack Klans Byrd? Rolando Martin is a liberal Democrat and ardent Obama supporter.

Ted Kennedy returns!!

It is great to have Ted Kennedy back in the Senate. I advocate voting for the candidate who will represent what your people want and no one represents the folks of his state better than Ted Kennedy.

Mr. Politician Barack Obama

Say Yes to Rogers and No to Segall

Mike Rogers is doing a great job for Alabama's 3rd district and his opponent liberal Segall is a power hungry upstart. Using a liberal fundraising website to fund his campaign. Do not let my dear home state be fooled by his rhetoric he intends to vote Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the house and that is not something we can accept. His campaign boasts that a victory for Segall coupled with two other Democrat victories will swing Alabama blue win it comes to our congessional districts. The Democrats Party moved too far to the left for Alabamaians to support their secular agenda. Lets not give them even an ounce more power by sending this liberal to represent our state in Congress.

Big week for McCain

Barack Obama flip-flop is coming I can feel it.

FISA flip flop haunts Obama,0,1582289.story

electoral college

Great article outlining the candidates chances of winning.


is facing a tough battle to keep his seat in the House. His support of liberal Speaker Nancy Pelosi will not help him in his district.

Barack Obama is a threat to our country

His arrogance and self absorbed attitude could get us into trouble. His threats of invading Pakistan, his "fairness" tax of income, and calling Iran a tiny threat. This shows the mans arrogance and willingness to play politics with the sovereignty of Pakistan. Obama is not a danger to America because of silly rumors that he is a secret Muslim he is a threat because of his arrogance and ignorance.