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Voter Information Sheet for Tuesday (hand out at polling places)

November 3, 2008

The Word document is formatted to fit on a single page, for distribution at polling places tomorrow. Please feel free to copy and circulate. Be sure to obey your state’s regulations regarding the distance you must keep between yourself and the polling place when you hand out partisan material.

Election Day Information Sheet, McCain vs. Obama

Captain (USN, retired) John McCain
A lifetime of service to our country

Barack Obama
A lifetime of service to his personal ambitions

(1) Has vowed to destroy the coal industry with carbon taxes—a position supported by his running mate Joseph Biden, who vowed “No new coal plants.”
(2) Will be tested with an international crisis similar to the Cuban Missile Crisis (the closest the U.S. and USSR ever came to nuclear war), again per Joe Biden.
(3) Launched his political career in the home of Weather Underground members Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn.
(4) Committed “voter suppression, harassment, and intimidation” during the Nevada caucuses, per a letter from Hillary Clinton’s campaign counsel.
(5) Misused tax exempt church resources by giving a speech with campaign-related content at the United Church of Christ’s 2007 Synod in Hartford.
(6) Refused to “reject” the endorsement of the prominent racist, anti-Semite, and Catholic-hating bigot Louis Farrakhan until Tim Russert and Hillary Clinton backed him into a corner during a nationally televised debate.
(7) Accepted a testimonial from Michael Pfleger, who mocked Hillary Clinton’s tears while exulting that “There were a whole lot of white people crying.”
o Obama’s fellow churchgoers gave this hate speech a standing ovation.
(8) Accepted a testimonial from Jeremiah “God Damn America” Wright.
o The Obamas belonged to Wright’s church for 20 years, during which time it published blood libels of both the U.S. and Israel (false accusations of developing the AIDS virus and an Arab-specific “ethnic bomb” respectively) and other forms of hate speech.
(9) Solicited and accepted the endorsement of MoveOn.org, which:
o Welcomed anti-Semitic and anti-Catholic hate speech at its now-disgraced Action Forum
o Published a derogatory photo-manipulation of Pope Benedict
o Published a defamatory insult to General David Petraeus
(10) Endorsed Al Sharpton and his National Action Network in April 2007.
o The NAN, while under Sharpton’s leadership and supervision, shouted racial and anti-Semitic epithets at a Jewish-owned store in Harlem (Freddy’s Fashion Mart) that one of Sharpton’s deranged followers then set on fire.
o See also the Crown Heights riots and Tawana Brawley for Sharpton’s long record of inciting hatred of white people, and especially Jews.
(11) Endorsed Black Nationalism in “Dreams From My Father”
o Belittled a Black classmate for having a white girlfriend
o Spoke of the need to “show loyalty to the Black masses”
(12) Welcomed the most vicious imaginable anti-Semitic and ageist hate speech at his official campaign site (over which his campaign exercises editorial control)
(13) Supports live birth abortion (infanticide) per his vote in the Illinois State Senate

Barack Obama’s pastor called upon God to damn America.
God BLESS America, McCain ‘08

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Obama Endorsed an Anti-Semitic Hate Group, Solicited Another’s Endorsement

September 21, 2008

Endorsed by Obama: “He’s one of the greedy Jew bastards killing our [black] people. Don’t give the Jew a dime.”

Ready-to-go viral E-mail and blog entry: please copy, paste, and circulate as widely as possible. Unlike the smears and urban legends that are being directed against both Presidential tickets, the reader can verify the following material independently.

    Keep [going] right on past Freddy’s, he’s one of the greedy Jew bastards killing our [black] people. Don’t give the Jew a dime.

The above anti-Semitic tirade came from Morris Powell, the head of Al Sharpton’s “Buy Black” Committee, during a menacing protest against a Jewish owned store, Freddy’s Fashion Mart, in 1995. In 2007, Barack Hussein Obama endorsed Al Sharpton and his National Action Network, the same hate group that shouted this and other epithets at a Jewish owned store, as follows: “Reverend Sharpton is a voice for the voiceless, and a voice for the dispossessed. What National Action Network has done is so important to change America, and it must be changed from the bottom up.” The reader can find this quote at Al Sharpton’s own Web site, http://www.nationalactionnetwork.net/html/press_releases.html; as we promised, the reader can verify every single statement we make here. (more…)

MoveOn.org: Jews Control “Racist” Fox News

July 27, 2008

The following was posted to MoveOn.org’s now disgraced Action Forum, with the sanction of the moderators who exercised editorial control over the site. Perhaps this, and not MoveOn.org’s false accusation of racism, is the organization’s real problem with Fox News. (This is not the only posting to MoveOn.org’s Action Forum that talked about Jewish control of the media.)

But I can see why you might think you OWN! the media,or are entitled to: 8 JEWS RUN U.S. MEDIA Today, eight Jewish Americans run the vast majority of US television networks, the printed press, the Hollywood movie industry, the book publishing industry, and the recording industry.

Most of these industries are bundled into huge media conglomerates run by the following eight individuals:
Gerald Levin, CEO and Director of AOL Time Warner
Michael Eisner, Chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company
Edgar Bronfman, Sr., Chairman of Seagram Company Ltd
Edgar Bronfman, Jr, President and CEO of Seagram Company Ltd and head of Universal Studios
Sumner Redstone, Chairman and CEO of Viacom, Inc
Dennis Dammerman, Vice Chairman of General Electric
Peter Chernin, President and Co-COO of News Corporation Limited
Fox News, which is of course owned by Rupert Murdock – also a jew.

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Anti-Catholic Hate Group Accuses Fox News of Racism

July 26, 2008

MoveOn.org, whose endorsement Barack Obama solicited and accepted, recently posted a petition with the following content.

“FOX must stop injecting racism, prejudice, and fear into our political dialogue. We intend to hold FOX, its advertisers, and its personalities accountable for FOX’s attempts to smear the Obamas.”

This is quite an audacious and hypocritical statement from an anti-Catholic (and anti-Semitic) hate group whose now-disgraced Action Forum welcomed statements like “Catholic Pedophiles of America” and “The Catholics are raping your children” while publishing an official anti-Catholic hate cartoon that could have come directly from the pen of 19th century cartoonist Thomas Nast.

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Obama Accepted Anti-Semitic Hate Group’s Support

July 25, 2008

Now that MoveOn.org is back in the news because of its outrageous accusation of “racism” against Fox News, it is time to revisit MoveOn.org’s own track record of promoting anti-Semitism, anti-Catholicism, racism, 9/11 conspiracy theories, and worse. Barack Obama solicited and accepted MoveOn.org’s endorsement.

    In a resounding vote today, MoveOn.org Political Action’s members nationwide voted to endorse Senator Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination for President. The group, with 3.2 million members nationwide and over 1.7 million members in Super Tuesday states, will immediately begin to mobilize on behalf of Senator Obama. The vote favored Senator Obama to Senator Clinton by 70.4% to 29.6%.

    Senator Obama accepted the endorsement…

Barack Obama’s solicitation and acceptance of an anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic hate organization’s support is entirely consistent with his entourage of racists and/or anti-Semites like Jeremiah Wright, Al Sharpton, Michael “There were a whole lot of white people crying” Pfleger, and Louis Farrakhan. (Obama refused to “reject” Farrakhan’s support until Tim Russert and Hillary Clinton backed him into a corner on national television.) It is also consistent with his own campaign’s sanction of anti-Semitic and other forms of hate speech at the campaign’s official Web site. (more…)

Anti-Semitic and Anti-Catholic MoveOn.org calls Fox News Racist

July 24, 2008

The following is quite a mouthful from an organization that welcomed the most vicious imaginable anti-Semitic, anti-Catholic, anti-Evangelical, and even racist hate speech at an Internet forum over which it exercised editorial control, and which published an official anti-Catholic hate cartoon that shows the Pope waving a gavel in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.

PETITION AGAINST FOX’S RACIST & HATE-FILLED SMEARS: “FOX must stop injecting racism, prejudice, and fear into our political dialogue. We intend to hold FOX, its advertisers, and its personalities accountable for FOX’s attempts to smear the Obamas.”

In 2006, we and others forced MoveOn.org to take down its prized Action Forum by publicizing the contents: 9/11 conspiracy theories that would be right at home at the Jeff Rense Show, a literal blood libel of Jews, and a wide variety of hate speech against Jews, Catholics, and others. Now that MoveOn.org has chosen to levy an outrageous false accusation of “racism” against Fox News, we need to revisit the truth about MoveOn.org.

MoveOn.org and its supporters (e.g. the National Jewish Democratic Council) argued that MoveOn.org was not responsible for the hate speech because it was user-generated content, and that MoveOn.org “discovered” it only in August of 2006. There is, however, extensive proof that MoveOn.org exercised editorial control over the Action Forum by deleting content with which it did not agree. The Action Forum’s own FAQ page says that the moderators read each entry twice, and that means they saw (and found acceptable) each piece of hate speech twice.

Now let us take a look at the kind of content that was welcomed by MoveOn.org. The Action Forum allows users to vote agreement or disagreement with each entry. Where available, we have shown the votes for the hate speech in question. (more…)

Barack Obama: Hate We Can Believe In

June 11, 2008

Barack Obama: Change Hate We Can Believe In

Our local talk show host, Steve Corbett, has been derided as a racist because of “Operation Turndown,” his decision as a Democrat to refuse to vote for Barack Obama. A Google search on “Operation Turndown” also leads to a detractor who equates “Operation Turndown” to “Vote White.” These accusations of racism are what psychologists call projection: attributing to others one’s own behavior and values.

It is Barack Obama, not white voters, who has chosen to make this election an exercise not only in racial but also religious divisiveness, and even gender divisions. To paraphrase Martin Luther King, the problem is not the color of Barack Obama’s skin, but the content of his character or lack thereof. The problem is not that Barack Obama is of mixed race, but that he surrounds himself with racists, anti-Semites, Catholic-hating bigots, and even misogynists. Whites (and Jews, Catholics, and women) who refuse to vote for this phony smile on top of an empty suit are no more racist than African-Americans who won’t vote for a candidate who consorts openly with the Ku Klux Klan.

Let’s begin with Barack Obama’s Black Nationalism, not in the words of the Clinton or McCain camps, but his own. Obama says explicitly that his only objection to Black Nationalism was its effectiveness, not whether it is right or wrong. While he does not praise Louis Farrakhan’s hate speech, he does not condemn it either. He also talks about racial identity, which is the central characteristic of RACISM. (more…)

Barack Obama’s REAL Memorial Day Statement

May 26, 2008

Actions speak louder than words, and Obama’s actions show total contempt for our men and women in uniform.

Barack Obama issued a statement about Memorial Day, but actions speak far more loudly than words. Let’s see what Barack Hussein Obama’s ACTIONS say about our men and women in uniform.

Let’s begin with Barry’s response to the Star Spangled Banner, which commemorates the defense of Fort McHenry by American soldiers. Note that everyone in the picture except for Barack Obama has his or her hand over his/her heart. (A YouTube video shows ten or so people on the platform, to the left of Richardson and Clinton, and all are displaying proper respect for the National Anthem.) Obama’s hands are over his crotch, almost in the same position they would be if he was relieving himself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Catholic-Hating Bigots for Obama (and Vice Versa)

May 23, 2008

Barack Obama solicited and accepted the support of MoveOn.org, which published this derogatory photomanipulation of Pope Benedict. MoveOn.org also welcomed anti-Catholic hate speech at its now disgraced Action Forum.

And they don’t like Jews very much either: (more…)

Obama Called Upon to Reject Jane Fonda’s Endorsement

May 7, 2008

To: info “at” barackobama.com, media “at” barackobama.com, watchdog “at” barackobama.com
cc: Multiple blogs, with encouragement to circulate as viral E-mail

Dear Mr. Obama,

It is one matter to oppose a war or criticize the manner in which it is being fought. It is another matter to call terrorists who are murdering our soldiers–and we use the word “murder” deliberately, because only a uniformed combatant who is fighting according to the laws of war can legally kill an opposing soldier–“Minutemen” who are fighting the American “occupation” of Iraq. Michael Moore, whose endorsement you have refused to reject, has done exactly this on his Web site. For the record:

http://www.michaelmoore.com/words/message/index.php?messageDate=2004-04-14 “The Iraqis who have risen up against the occupation are not “insurgents” or “terrorists” or “The Enemy.” They are the REVOLUTION, the Minutemen, and their numbers will grow — and they will win. Get it, Mr. Bush?”

It is also a matter of record that you solicited and accepted the endorsement of MoveOn.org, thus making yourself a party to this organization’s deliberate insult to General David Petraeus. Again, it is one matter to criticize the war and quite another to accuse a distinguished officer (who did not get a vote on whether to go to war, unlike numerous members of your own party) of “cooking the books” and betraying the American people. Again, for the record so you cannot say you “did not know” about this (just as you claim not to have known about your pastor’s hate speech), here is the Web site and the defamatory advertisement in question. http://pol.moveon.org/petraeus.html

It was also one matter to oppose the Vietnam War or criticize the manner in which it was being waged, and quite another to pose in an enemy gun emplacement as Jane Fonda did. It is now, through this E-mail, a matter of record that your campaign has been made aware of “Hanoi Jane’s” endorsement of your candidacy (http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2008/04/jane-fonda-endo.html).

Voters in our Armed Forces, as well as every American who respects and honors our Armed Forces, have a right to know whether their prospective Commander in Chief is with our men and women in uniform, or with the terrorists who are trying to murder them. So far, you have lent your name and your prominence as a serious Presidential candidate to a despicable organization, MoveOn.org, that has effectively spit on a distinguished officer’s uniform. The spittle on General Petraeus’ uniform is therefore every bit as much yours as it is Eli Pariser’s. You have refused to reject the endorsement of an individual whose Web site calls the terrorists who are murdering our troops “Minutemen.” These two facts, by themselves, make the very concept of any member of our Armed Forces having to address you as “Sir” repugnant. We have no doubt that you will also accept Jane Fonda’s endorsement, but we need to place it on record that you were told about it and given a chance to reject it.

[name and phone number were given]

Is Obama with our troops, or with the terrorists?

Obama and Petraeus ad