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Wednesday, July 29, 2009


If Obama's "stupidly" comment was calculated, he's more despicable than many gave him credit for. The 'post-racial' president has opened up a can of racial worms to the point that the woman who placed the 911 call felt forced to face the media to defend racist allegations.

I saw this coming when I noticed the publicized police report didn't redact her name. The ACORNs would necessarily attempt to smear her. They tried and now have egg on their face. The only problem is they don't care. They just expectorate hatred and move on when it's time for a new target. It's the Community Organizing way.

Some additional irony about Whalen being vindicated by the 911 tape and never identifying either person as black. When pressed by the dispatcher, she said that one of them "might" be hispanic.

During the press conference, she revealed she is of Portuguese heritage and followed it up by proclaiming she's an American.

This is a good, decent, kind, and upstanding citizen. I'd say, "shame on those who smear her" but we're dealing with some vile folks who laugh at the notion of shame.


Back on June 21st, Orly Taitz debated Andrew Walden on my program about Obama's eligibility to be president. Taitz is on the side of Obama not being a citizen and Walden, who is editor of the Hawaii Free Press insists Obama was born in Hawaii and is using the Birth Certificate controversy to distract conservatives from investigating far more damaging stories.

You can check out the debate between Walden and Taitz by CLICKING HERE

If Obama is doing as Walden insists, it would fit right into the tactics of Saul Alinsky.

Judge for yourself on this video but if Taitz was just looking for exposure, it was a good call to let Colbert interview her. If she was trying to bolster her claims, she probably should have abstained.


Definitely worth 5 minutes of your time.


Ousted president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, appears to have some pull in the Obama administration, if not some real power. Yesterday, we learned that the U.S. State Department revoked the visas of four members of the current Honduran government.

The Hill is reporting that not only is one of them the man who signed the order to have Zelaya removed from office but Zelaya allegedly instructed Obama to revoke the visas of officials in Micheletti's government, including Micheletti himself.
State Department spokesman Ian Kelly confirmed at Tuesday's news briefing that four diplomatic visas had been revoked by the U.S. Kelly did not name names, but the deputy foreign minister of Honduras's de facto government confirmed that one of the visas belonged to Judge Jose Tomas Arita Valle, the chairman of the 16-member supreme court who signed the ruling ordering the detention of President Manuel Zelaya.
Another name allegedly high on Zelaya's list for VISA revocation was General Romeo Vasquez Velasquez. Gee, I wonder why:
The Zelaya letter reportedly names officials against whom the ousted president wanted action taken, including General Romeo Vasquez Velasquez, the head of the armed forces who was fired by Zelaya on June 25 for refusing to use the military to press forward with a referendum deemed illegal by the country's highest court.
The Micheletti government is embarrassing Zelaya and Obama by exposing the truth. Their response appears to be the Latin American version of the Chicago Way.

Click here for the full story from THE HILL.


White House counsel Gregory Craig is allegedly advising Barack Obama on policy with Honduras. That would be the same Gregory Craig that represented the father of Elian Gonzalez, who was getting further "moral" support by Fidel Castro in the late 90's.

Perhaps Craig's name rings another bell because he's been out there aggressively defending the Obama administration's firing of INSPECTOR GENERAL GERALD WALPIN as well.

WSJ's Mary Anastasia O'Grady reports on the Honduran angle....
Mr. Craig was the lawyer for Fidel Castro—er, Juan Miguel Gonzalez, the father of Elian Gonzalez—during Bill Clinton’s 2000 repatriation to Cuba of the seven-year-old. During the presidential campaign when Mr. Craig was advising Mr. Obama, the far-left Council on Hemispheric Affairs endorsed Mr. Craig as “the right man to revive deeply flawed U.S.-Latin America relations.” In other words, to pull policy left.

There is plenty of speculation that Mr. Obama is making policy off of Mr. Craig’s “expertise.” It is not too much to believe. Indeed, if all policy is now being run out of the White House, as many observers contend, then the views of the White House counsel may explain a lot.

When I tell people about the situation in Honduras, I'm often met with dismissiveness because of other problems or a perceived minimal impact to us here. The problem with that tack is it serves to miss out on some EXTREMELY TELLING and dangerous statements and stances being made and taken by this administration.

With all that we've learned about what really happened in Honduras relative to Zelaya's ouster, you'd think Obama (if well-intentioned) would pull back and reassess his Latin America policy. On the contrary, he appears to be ratcheting it up for some reason and Craig appears to be willingly obliging.

As Zelaya is wreaking havoc with his boisterous presence along the Honduran border with Daniel Ortega providing nearby refuge, we continue learning more and more about a dastardly past (and present) belonging to Zelaya.

By all accounts, Zelaya was attempting to destroy his country's system of government while consolidating power like Hugo Chavez did. His government fought back and kicked him out. Obama wants him back in and is stepping up the pressure. A logical question is why, considering what we know about Zelaya. In any case, it's telling us much about Obama.
Hondurans might be more amenable to an Obama democracy lecture if the U.S. showed any interest in standing up to Mr. Ch├ívez and his antidemocratic allies or any grasp of the dangers they present. Instead, since taking office in January the American president has embraced the region’s bad actors only to be subsequently embarrassed by revelations that his new “friends” are actually enemies of liberty and peace.
Yesterday, I posted a link to a report on Fausta Blog that Honduran officials have accused Zelaya of taking FUNDING FROM FARC.

Obama's policy toward Latin America is dangerous but it may be telling us more about him than even his domestic policies do.


Whenever I see celebrities lately, the question I always seem to ask is, "How big of a whack job is that person?" For some reason, the majority of celebrities seem to have one thing in common - LIBERALISM.

Have you ever found yourself wondering which ones to root for?

Here's a list courtesy of the AP via WCBS-TV in New York and some of them are getting pretty fed up with Liberalism.


James Crowley was absolutely correct in refusing to apologize to Henry Louis Gates (the fact that Gates had the gall to demand one is beyond the pale). I applauded him loudly for his courage. He is absolutely wrong to agree to a beer at the White House.

Nothing good can come of it. Gates views it as a teaching moment instead of as a learning one and that is the problem. In fact, a more productive exercise might be to have Gates sit in on one of the racial profiling classes Crowley facilitates (as a student). Perhaps Gates should spend a day with him in a cruiser. In return, Sgt. Crowley might sit in on one of Gates's classes on African-American studies.

There's a bigger reason why Crowley shouldn't agree to this meeting. That reason is that Obama is using him as a tool in the application of Saul Alinsky's tactics.

Whether what Obama said about police acting "stupidly" was intentional or not, there is no dispute that the photo-op at the White House ONE DAY before the August recess will distract media attention and by extension public attention away from healthcare and direct it to a dog and pony show at the White House.

ACCORDING TO ALINSKY, the main job of the organizer is to bait an opponent into reacting. “The enemy properly goaded and guided in his reaction will be your major strength.”

Since Obama's press conference on Healthcare, he has "goaded and guided" the public away from healthcare. This has also taken public pressure OFF of Blue Dogs, which is the best hope of preventing the disastrous Healthcare Bill.

Sgt. Crowley is likely being USED.


Consider the envelope officially pushed. While on Fox & Friends, Beck asserts that Obama hates white people. I thought his response to Kilmeade's challenge to explain why Obama has surrounded himself with white folks like Rahm Emanuel, David Axelrod, and Robert Gibbs could have been better explained but Beck still leaves a mark.

If you sign on to Beck's premise, the explanation for Axelrod, Emanuel, Gibbs, et. al. is that they are useful to the president's agenda as liberal ideologues who are helping to advance it.

Saddam Hussein surrounded himself with Christians for similar reasons but mainly because he knew they wouldn't harm him.

h/t to Hot Air


If you support Obama-Care, good luck to ya. If your thought processes are actually working, you need to get busy contacting a few people. In particular, the Senate Six and tell them to CEASE AND DESIST with these backroom deals.

DOUG ROSS TELLS US that two backroom deals are being struck RIGHT NOW so that this disastrous monstrosity called a health care bill can be passed before the August recess, which is set to begin Friday.

Call these SENATORS TODAY and remember that Saul Alinsky's Rule #8 is being used right now by Rahm Emanuel to get this bill done this week:

The "Senate Six":
Max Baucus: 202-224-2651
Chuck Grassley: 202-224-3744
Kent Conrad: 202-224-2043
Jeff Bingaman: 202-224-5521
Olympia Snowe: 202-224-5344
Mike Enzi: 202--224-3424

Rule 8: Keep the pressure on. Use different tactics and actions and use all events of the period for your purpose. “The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition. It is this that will cause the opposition to react to your advantage.”

Is this what you want?

Another Alinsky tactic is being used by Obama on Thursday. Namely, a beer at the White House between him, Sgt. Crowley, and Henry Louis Gates. Isn't it all so convenient?

According to Alinsky, the main job of the organizer is to bait an opponent into reacting. “The enemy properly goaded and guided in his reaction will be your major strength.”

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