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Rush Limbaugh v. Everyone Else

It must suck to be Rush Limbaugh. It seems like the sad little man has painted himself into a corner. I listened to him say today that there are no conservatives in elected office anymore. That means to me that in Rush Limbaugh’s mind that every Republican voter is an idiot. This is coming from the genius that told all the Republicans to change parties and vote for Hillary because she would be easier to beat that President Obama in the general election. His latest stroke of genius is to state to all of his listeners that he hopes that everything that President Obama does fails. This shows you tha true nature of Rush Limbaugh. He failed miserably during the 2008 election and proved that the conservative movement has changed and that some common sense has prevailed. Now Rush, the spoiled little rich boy is going to take his ball and go home. He is just out to reek havock on the coutry and try to divide people as much as possible. Rush has soiled his repuation and probably destroyed any credibility he once had among the real conservative base. Now all he has left are conspiracy theorists,  militia types and hatemongers. One sad little man doesn’t stand a chance against the American people. When you attack your own political party and are already hated by everyone else your days are numbered. Bye Rush.

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Charlotte, NC Voters Bitch Slap Jeff Katz and WBT

It would seem that hate speech, racism and homophobia backfired on the Republican Party this election cycle. Jeff Katz and WBT Hate Radio have spent months in a campaign against Barack Obama. Monday thru Friday from 9:00am-6:00pm there has been a constant stream of hatred and ignorant filth piled upon the airwaves from their 50,000 watt radio station. It would seem that karma has bitten them in the posterior. NONE of the candidates they supported were elected. So who are WBT and Jeff Katz trying to sell their hate to and who are the idiots that are buying advertising from these Nimrods ? Here is how it went down in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County , North Carolina.

President/Vice President
Obama/Biden(D) 61.83% 252,652 votes
Mccain/Palin(R) 37.44% 152,957 votes
Barr/Root(L) 0.46% 1,891 votes
WRITE-IN 0.27% 1,092 votes

US Senate
Kay Hagan(D) 61.59% 248,454 votes
Elizabeth Dole(R) 35.47% 143,059 votes
Christopher Cole(L) 2.89% 11,652 votes
WRITE-IN 0.05% 211 votes

Governor of North Carolina
Bev Perdue(D) 49.04% 198,631 votes
Pat McCrory(R) 48.94% 198,246 votes The 8 time mayor of Charlotte that had a show on WBT
Mike Munger(L) 2.02% 8,184 votes

Clearly WBT does not represent the people of Charlotte as you can see. We deserve better and its an embarrassment to think that when visitors come to the Queen City they might actually hear the filth that Jeff Katz and WBT puts out there and leave thinking that we are some backwater trapped in the 1960’s south. Its a pitiful way for a company to make money and they should be ashamed. Jeff Katz has been fired from other jobs for spreading hate. Why should Charlotte have to suffer his hate ?


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PROOF that even John McCain hates President Bush

A librarian shows up at a public John McCain Rally on city property and is promptly issued a citation for trespassing by police and is escorted off the premises for simply carrying a sign that says “McCain = Bush”. Who says John McCain doesn’t support the right to free speech ?

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Alaska’s Largest Newspaper Endorses Obama

By: Stophate

Alaska’s largest and most influential paper the Anchorage Daily News has endorsed Barack Obama. It seems that John McCains credibility fell into question over the way he fell in line with the extreme right on some of his longstanding views so quickly after being at odds with the same people for over 25 years.

“Sen. McCain describes himself as a maverick, by which he seems to mean that he spent 25 years trying unsuccessfully to persuade his own party to follow his bipartisan, centrist lead. Sadly, maverick John McCain didn’t show up for the campaign. Instead we have candidate McCain, who embraces the extreme Republican orthodoxy he once resisted and cynically asks Americans to buy for another four years.”

McCain also fell into question as being unable to solve the financial problems of our country and showed he seemed to shut down when the going got tough, such as when he “closed” his campaign during the financial crisis.

“Sen. McCain has stumbled and fumbled badly in dealing with the accelerating crisis as it emerged. He declared that “the fundamentals of our economy are strong” at 9 a.m. one day and by 11 a.m. was describing an economy in crisis. He is both a longtime advocate of less market regulation and a supporter of the huge taxpayer-funded Wall Street bailout. His behavior in this crisis — erratic is a kind description — shows him to be ill-equipped to lead the essential effort of reining in a runaway financial system”

Senator Obama on the other hand remained cool and during the crisis having warned regulators well in advance of the economic meltdown.

“Sen. Obama warned regulators and the nation 19 months ago that the subprime lending crisis was a disaster in the making. Sen. McCain backed tighter rules for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but didn’t do much to advance that legislation. Of the two candidates, Sen. Obama better understands the mortgage meltdown’s root causes and has the judgment and intelligence to shape a solution”

They look to Obama for economic policies with bipartisan support, although after this election, there may not be enough republicans to matter.

“It is easy to look at Sen. Obama and see a return to the smart, bipartisan economic policies of the last Democratic administration in Washington, which left the country with the momentum of growth and a budget surplus that President George Bush has squandered.”

And as far as Obama leading the Military goes:

“The unqualified endorsement of Sen. Obama by a seasoned, respected soldier and diplomat like Gen. Colin Powell, a Republican icon, should reassure all Americans that the Democratic candidate will pass muster as commander in chief.”


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Even Fox News Admits Girls Attack Was Faked


Drudgereport, Rush Limbaugh and Fox News get it all wrong again by jumping to conclusions without looking at the extremists in their out party and the lengths they will go too, to cause hate and division between the races. A backstory is a 20 year old girl claims she gets robbed, the robber sees a McCain bumper sticker on her car, brutally beats her for it and carves a “B” in her face. Come to find out she scratched a “B” in her face and was never robbed and made it all up. Of course her assailant was a mean BLACK Barack supporter. She is being charged with filing a false police report. She should be charged with committing a hate crime.


Police: McCain volunteer made up robbery story

PITTSBURGH (AP) – A McCain campaign volunteer made up a story of being robbed, pinned to the ground and having the letter “B” scratched on her face in a politically inspired attack, police said Friday.

Ashley Todd, 20-year-old college student from College Station, Texas, admitted Friday that the story was false and was being charged with making a false report to police, said Maurita Bryant, the assistant chief of the police department’s investigations division. Police doubted her story from the start, Bryant said.

Todd, who is white, told police she was attacked by a 6-foot-4 black man Wednesday night.

She now can’t explain why she invented the story, Bryant said. Todd also told police she believes she cut the backward “B” onto her own cheek, but did not provide an explanation of how or why, Bryant said.

Todd initially told investigators she was attempting to use a bank branch ATM when the man approached her from behind, put a knife with a 4- to 5-inch blade to her throat and demanded money. She told police she handed the assailant $60 and walked away.

Todd told investigators that she suspected the man then noticed a John McCain sticker on her car, became angry and punched her in the back of the head, knocking her to the ground and telling her “you are going to be a Barack supporter,” police said.

She said he continued to punch and kick her while threatening “to teach her a lesson for being a McCain supporter,” police said. She said he then sat on her chest, pinned her hands down with his knees and scratched a backward letter “B” into her face with a dull knife.

Todd told police she didn’t seek medical attention, but instead went to a friend’s apartment nearby and called police about 45 minutes later.

The Associated Press could not immediately locate Todd’s family.

Bryant said somebody charged with making a false report would typically be cited and sent a summons. But because police have concerns about Todd’s mental health, they are consulting with the Allegheny County District Attorney. She remained in custody and was awaiting arraignment.

Todd worked in New York for the College Republican National Committee before moving two weeks ago to Pennsylvania, where her duties included recruiting college students, the committee’s executive director, Ethan Eilon, has said.

Eilon declined to comment on the investigation Friday or to help The Associated Press contact Todd.

Earlier Friday, police said they had found inconsistencies in Todd’s story. They gave her a lie-detector test, but wouldn’t release the polygraph results. Investigators also said bank surveillance photos did not back up the woman’s initial story of being attacked at an ATM.

Police interviewed Todd after she contacted police Wednesday night and again on Thursday, Bryant said. They asked her to come back Friday, ostensibly to help police put together a sketch of the man. Instead, detectives began interviewing her.

“They just started talking to her and she just opened up and said she wanted to tell the truth,” Bryant said.

Bryant said it doesn’t appear that anyone else put the woman up to the false report.

Police suspected all along that Todd might not be telling the truth, starting with the fact that the “B” was backward, Bryant said.

“We have robbers here in Pittsburgh, but they don’t generally mutilate someone’s face like that,” Bryant said. “They just take the money and run.”

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Is John McCain legally married to Cindy McCain ?

In this video CNN found out that John McCain applied for a marriage license with Cindy before he was divorced from his first wife Carol McCain. They also found that he was having an affair with Cindy for 9 months while he was married and still living with his first wife Carol McCain. Does this make the marriage between John and Cindy McCain null and void ? If John was elected would Cindy be considered the First Mistress ? What does this say for marriage and for our potential first family ?

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Colin Powell Ends John McCain’s Campaign on Video

This is probably the last nail in the coffin for the McCain/Palin fiasco. This video shows in great detail how John McCain lost the confidence of General and ex Secretary of State Colin Powell. It also explains why General Powell chose Barack Obama. This is a course on why negative political campaigns don’t seem to work anymore and how they can backfire in a major way. It also shows that General Powell still cares about the American people and still has a few moves left up his sleeve.


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