- Dirty politics' may repel voters more than abortion allegations about Erickson
There are 12 comments on the Lake Oswego Review story from May 15, 2008, titled - Dirty politics' may repel voters more than abortion allegations about Erickson. In it, Lake Oswego Review reports that:
“He didn't go in, didn't walk her in, just left her at the door”
For decades in Oregon, the abortion issue has overshadowed all others in Republican primaries, and no group has wielded as much clout as Oregon Right to Life. via Lake Oswego Review
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#1 May 17, 2008
For those of you that are blind about where Obama sees himself. If this doesn't convince you that you need to worry about him, then nothing will.
Pay close attention to the last comment!!
Below are a few lines from Obama's books; his words:
From Dreams of My Father:'I ceased to advertise my mother's race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.'
From Dreams of My Father:'I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mothers race.'
From Dreams of My Father:'There was something about him that made me wary, a little too sure of himself, maybe. And white.'
From Dreams of My Father:'It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.'
From Dreams of My Father:'I never emulate white men and brown men whose fates didn't speak to my own. It was into my father's image, the black man, son of Africa, that I'd packed all the attributes I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela.'
From Audacity of Hope:'I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.'
#2 May 18, 2008
The truth is...no one knows enough about Barack Hussein Obama that they "should want" to put him in office. He and his wife have said and done some things that should make all Americans' think about who NOT to vote for.
I have one vote, just as you have one vote Tuesday. I will vote for Hillary Clinton and my state will go with Hillary, by a large margin just as West Virginia did, Ohio, PA, MA, TX, CA, NY, NJ etc.
One last thing for the readears to think about.
One of Barrack Husein Obama's insiders said many in his campaign, objected to Mr. Obama's placement of Cynthia K. Miller, a member of the Nation of Islam, as the Treasurer of his U.S. Senate campaign. When I contacted Miller, now a Chicago real estate agent, to verify whether she was a member of the Nation of Islam and whether she shared Louis Farrakhan's bigoted views about Jews, she responded, "None of your business! Where are you going with this?" She said her resignation as Obama's treasurer had nothing to do with her Nation of Islam ties. Then, she hung up.
The Obama insider says he also objected to Obama's involvement with Jennifer Mason, whom he says is also a member of the Nation of Islam. Mason is Obama's Director of Constituent Services in his U.S. Senate office and is also in charge of selecting Obama's Senate interns. She did not respond to repeated calls for comment.
But it's not just that he employed these individuals in positions of power in his office, it's that when the former associate raised objections, he says Mr. Obama's position was that he saw nothing wrong with the Nation of Islam and didn't think it was a problem. If true--and the fact that Ms. Mason still holds her prominent Obama Senate staff position bears that out--Obama's condemnation of Farrakhan, this month, is phony.
But the insider says there is more to it than that. Obama's Illinois State Senate district consisted of prime Nation of Islam territory, including Hyde Park, home to Farrakhan's mansion. It is not possible, Illinois politicos say, to win that district without the blessing of the NOI leader. NOI members, including consultant Shakir Muhammad, held important roles in the Obama state senate campaign.
Remember Ron Malley who resign ..obama's middle east advisor..
How many Nation of Islam members will work in an Obama White House if Hussein obama is elected?
No to Hussein Obama......VOTE HILLARY CLINTON in 2008
#5 May 18, 2008
The War Secrets Senator John McCain Hides
Former POW Fights Public Access to POW/MIA Files
By Sydney Schanberg
NEW YORK ( APBnews.com ) The voters who were drawn to John S. McCain in his run for the Republican presidential nomination this year often cited, as the core of his appeal, his openness and blunt candor and willingness to admit past lapses and release documents that other senators often hold back. These qualities also seemed to endear McCain to the campaign press corps, many of whom wrote about how refreshing it was to travel on the McCain campaign bus,The Straight Talk Express, and observe a maverick speaking his mind rather than a traditional candidate given to obfuscation and spin.
But there was one subject that was off-limits, a subject the Arizona senator almost never brings up and has never been open about his long-time opposition to releasing documents and information about American prisoners of war in Vietnam and the missing in action who have still not been accounted for. Since McCain himself, a downed Navy pilot, was a prisoner in Hanoi for 5 1/2 years, his staunch resistance to laying open the POW/MIA records has baffled colleagues and others who have followed his career. Critics say his anti-disclosure campaign, in close cooperation with the Pentagon and the intelligence community, has been successful. Literally thousands of documents that would otherwise have been declassified long ago have been legislated into secrecy.
For example, all the Pentagon debriefings of the prisoners who returned from Vietnam are now classified and closed to the public under a statute enacted in the 1990s with McCains backing. He says this is to protect the privacy of former POWs and gives it as his reason for not making public his own debriefing.
But the law allows a returned prisoner to view his own file or to designate another person to view it. APBnews.com has repeatedly asked the senator for an interview for this article and for permission to view his debriefing documents. He has not responded. His office did recently send APBnews.com an e-mail, referring to a favorable article about the senator in the Jan. 1 issue of Newsweek. In the article, the reporter, Michael Isikoff, says that he was allowed to review McCains debriefing report and that it contained nothing incriminating although in a phone interview Isikoff acknowledged that there were redactions in the document. Isikoff declined to say who showed him the document, but APBnews.com has learned it was McCain.
Many Vietnam veterans and former POWs have fumed at McCain for keeping these and other wartime files sealed up. His explanation, offered freely in Senate hearings and floor speeches, is that no one has been proven still alive and that releasing the files would revive painful memories and cause needless emotional stress to former prisoners, their families and the families of MIAs still unaccounted for. But what if some of these returned prisoners, as has always been the case at the conclusion of wars, reveal information to their debriefing officers about other prisoners believed still held in captivity? What justification is there for filtering such information through the Pentagon rather than allowing access to source materials? For instance, debriefings from returning Korean war POWs, available in full to the American public, have provided both citizens and government investigators with important information about other Americans who went missing in that conflict.
Would not most families of missing men, no matter how emotionally drained, want to know? And would they not also want to know what the government was doing to rescue their husbands and sons? Hundreds of MIA families have for years been questioning if concern for their feelings is the real reason for the secrecy.
#6 May 18, 2008
I bet you think there was a shooter on the grassy knoll, too, don't you?
And the moon walk was faked, right?
Area 51 contains the remains of aliens with big, black eyes and greenish skin, doesn't it?
#7 May 18, 2008
Vote Hillary Clinton in Oregon!!!!
Since: Jun 07
#8 May 18, 2008
When HAVEN'T we had dirty politics? This election is no different from any previous elections in the last 25 years. Please!
#9 May 19, 2008
Senator Obama is a dual citizen. He is a citizen of Kenya and USA. Does anyone else see a conflict here? He should not even be a senator until he denounces his citizenship in Kenya. Where does his loyalty really lie? Are we Americans not concerned at all about national security? We need to amend the constitution to prohibit dual citizens from being a senator, representative, president, or vice president. It is wrong!
#10 May 19, 2008
#11 May 19, 2008
You're a nutcase, Eric.
#12 May 26, 2008
Nope....but unlike Barack Hussein Obama I do know there are not 57 states in America. But there are 57 nations of Islam...LOL
#13 May 26, 2008
Eric you are correct on the dual citizenship and this is what he said to his brothers and sisters in Kenya
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KISUMU, Kenya - Sen. Barack Obama visited one of the worlds worst slums Sunday, where he told residents he wants everyone in America to know about their plight and promised to push the U.S. and Kenyan government to help.
About a third of Nairobis total population, at least 700,000 people, are crammed into a single square mile in the slum of Kibera, with little access to running water and other basic services.
I love all of you, my brothers all of you, my sisters Obama told a crowd in Kibera.I want to make sure everybody in American knows Kibera. Thats why we have all the news crews.
#14 May 26, 2008
I doubt you can tell shit from Shinola, Homer.
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