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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Palling Around With Terrorists

It's wonderful to see how the press is now apologizing to Sarah Palin. Remember, how she mentioned that Barack Obama was "palling around with terrorists"?

Well, it's been verified - Hamas, the terror organization that Barack promised he would not meet with until they renounced terror, is now able to state publicly that Barack has been in talks with them all along, since well before the elections.

Of course, now that this is all over the mainstream news, the numerous front-page apologies to Governor Palin are obviously a sign that journalists realize they failed in their duty to accurately report the news.

You HAVE seen those apologies, haven't you???

UPDATE: Now it turns out that William Ayers, the unrepentant terrorist, is definitely STILL unrepentant for the murders his terrorist organization committed. He essentially agrees that every fact John McCain, Sarah Palin and innumerable bloggers brought forward about his relationship with Barack Obama was correct, but insists the portrayal was unfair.

So, the Chicago's Butcher supports murder in several and various forms, and now he is to be our next President.

This is all so comforting.

8 comments:

Kathy said...

darn. i thought you were serious

Anonymous said...

Not true. Hamas is making this up. http://www.thestar.com/World/Columnist/article/535239

What's not made up: Sarah Palin is still a moron.

Steve Kellmeyer said...

Well, I don't know that I believe
a) someone named Anonymous
b) Barack Obama, given that he's already had advisors meet with Hamas.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/us_elections/article3897414.ece

c) Obama is known to deliberately lie on other extremely important issues, e.g., his public denial during the third debate that he supported infanticide.
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=78189

So, quoting an Obama aide as a means of denying that the man has been working with Hamas is not exactly convincing evidence to the contrary.

Sarah said...

Oh my gosh, there are major problems in our economy and our world and all you can do Steve is go on and on and on about this sort of stuff? Let's move on, please!! This is not productive to any degree.

Steve Kellmeyer said...

Sarah, in case you haven't noticed, this *IS* a post on the economy.

Ayers is a socialist. Barack Obama specifically and explicitly said he surrounded himself with socialists during his college and post-college years. He received campaign contributions from Hamas - certainly an economic issue.

Now, how is talking about his socialist tendencies NOT showing concern about the economy?

sarah said...

Your posting is nothing more than an attack on Obama. It is not a posting on the economy. You don't care about the issues such as the economy. You are bitter because Obama won. Because he is your president-elect.

Move on.

Steve Kellmeyer said...

A) Barack Obama will not be the President Elect until the electors vote him into that position on December 12th.

You would think a "constitutional law professor" would know that, wouldn't you? nstead he makes silly signs which aren't true and he hangs them from his podium.

B) Given that I like to eat and feed my family and keep them housed, I care rather deeply about the economy.

C) As a Catholic, I find socialism of immense concern, given that 3 million Catholics died under the National Socialists and countless millions died under the International Socialists.

If that counts as "being bitter", then I suppose I am, but it would be a misnomer to use the term in that way. Bitterness involves regret or concern about the past.

I don't regret Obama being elected. His election is done. No, I am concerned about the future, or lack thereof, that Catholics and Catholic Faith has under Barack Obama.

Jordanes said...

Sarah, you're a guest in Steve's electronic house. If anyone should be told to "move on," it'll be you.

You're just bitter because there are people who disagree with Mr. Obama's espoused policies and plans, or at least those that we or he actually know about.