Posted: 10 Oct 2008 12:00 PM CDT
Raila Odinga is now the Prime Minister of Kenya, He was the appointed to the job after he lost the presidential campaign and led his Islamofacist based party on a pogrom against Kenya's Christian population. That is normal for Odinga as he promises to turn Kenya into an "Islamic Republic" run by Sharia Law. Odinga the cousin of Senator Barack (Don't Call Me Hussein) Obama.
Obama backed Odinga unequivocally as reported by Time magazine during the primary(source),"Obama has had near-daily conversations with the U.S. Ambassador in Kenya or with opposition leader Raila Odinga.
In another report:
Bishop Cornelius Korir of Eldoret confirms the killings were organized and planned. It is believed Odinga and his ODM Pentagon members had planned it all, long before elections, and especially William Ruto the MP for Eldoret North (the burning of women and children in a church)So the question becomes if this guy is such a tyrant, why does Senator Don't Call Me Hussein Obama, still have regular contact with him. To the point where he designated one of his aides to be a Direct contact with his Cousin the Thug. CLICK HERE For a report from WND's Jerome Corsi that gives the hows and whys and proof of Obama's relationship with his Cousin the Tyrant.
Posted: 10 Oct 2008 01:03 AM CDT
From the Glenn Beck Show: 9 October 2008
Posted: 09 Oct 2008 11:40 PM CDT
Tonight in the Washington times there is an article which confirms the Taheri report.
At the same time the Bush administration was negotiating a still elusive agreement to keep the U.S. military in Iraq, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama tried to convince Iraqi leaders in private conversations that the president shouldn't be allowed to enact the deal without congressional approval.I'm no lawyer, nor do I play one on TV, but that smells a lot like TREASON to me. Senator Obama TRIED TO DELAY THE PRESIDENT'S NEGOTIATIONS WITH A FOREIGN NATION. At the very least all of those people who are voting for the Senator because he wants to cut and run in Iraq, should know that Obama wanted to DELAY troop withdrawals.
Read the Full Washington Times by clicking here:
Posted: 09 Oct 2008 03:32 PM CDT
Emails sent to the WUA have no expectation of privacy, yet I generally do not post many of them unless they are asking me to help publicize something.
With that said, once in a while, you get something that stops you in your tracks and just needs to be shown to one and all.
An email I received this morning is one of those types of emails.
It was received by me from JohnMich44@aol.com and it is going to be posted in full... excuse the Caplocks, obviously the emailer felt the need to scream it.
I guess we can be thankful that some Obama supporters are willing to speak candidly.
[Update] Looking further into firstname.lastname@example.org, I find this idiot is one of the 1,100+ people that signed up for my email subscription via feedburner.
Posted: 09 Oct 2008 03:08 PM CDT
Michael van der Galien from PoliGazette used to write for The Moderate Voice and he comes out today blasting The Moderate Voice for their radical extremist writers and their misrepresentation of calling themselves "moderate."
The one post I'd like to focus on a bit is this one written by all-but-moderate Shaun Mullen.
Read the rest, many of us have mentioned the hard left lean of The Moderate Voice before, but coming from someone that used to contribute there and has firsthand knowledge of the backroom dealings so to speak and it takes courage to call them out on their radicalism so publicly.
Posted: 09 Oct 2008 02:09 PM CDT
The National Rifle Association (NRA) has already spent $2.3 million opposing Barack Obama's run for presidency.
The produced ads which have been shown all over and sent mailings out highlighting Obama's record of voting.
The NRA has also publicly stated they looked forward to showing Barack Obama "bitter," referencing Obama's words to an elite crowd in San Francisco when he thought his words weren't being recorded as he said people "cling" to their guns and religion because they are "bitter."
Today the NRA has announced that despite their previous misgivings about John McCain, they agree with him on more issues than they disagree with him, so they are officially endorsing him for the presidency of the United States of America.
WASHINGTON - The National Rifle Association is endorsing Republican presidential nominee John McCain.
NRA's Political Victory Fund produced a few video ads already, but the one below is the hardest hitting.
Others can be found at GunBaNObama.
Biden On Obama: 'if he tries to fool with my Beretta, he's got a problem.'
National Rifle Association About Obama: We look forward to showing him 'bitter'
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