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Garofalo: Tea Party Goers Are Racists Who Hate Black President

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From Noel Sheppard @ NewsBusters we have this:

During last year’s election campaign, liberal media members treated Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin with a hatred most Americans had never witnessed from the press.

On Thursday’s “Countdown,” MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann and his guest Janeane Garofalo defamed fellow citizens who attended the prior day’s Tea Parties with the same vitriolic contempt. Garofalo actually called Party-goers “a bunch of teabagging rednecks,” adding “this is about hating a black man in the White House.  This is racism straight up.”

But that’s just the beginning, for what Olbermann and Garofalo engaged in Thursday evening is amongst the most vile, hate-filled attacks on average American citizens ever conveyed on national television by so-called journalists. Please brace yourself…

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News Censorship with Janet Napolitano

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At least one (or two) on-air people at MSNBC have some common sense, and question the Obama Administration’s news censorship/control. Napolitano appeared on MSNBC and demanded (and got) control over the question(s) asked, and no followup’s.

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Thursday, April 16, 2009 at 11:56:31 AM

UPDATE: “Ever hear of a guy named Rashid Khalidi?”

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This is an update of the original post here at View From The Ridge on October 22nd, of a piece by Fox News anchor John Gibson. The updated material, from Gateway Pundit just below, tells about the Los Angeles Times actually has video of Barack Obama being at a “Jew Bash” going away party for Khalidi, which The Times will not release!

Confirmed: MSM Holds Video Of Barack Obama Attending Jew-Bash & Toasting a Former PLO Operative… Refuse to Release the Video!

LA Times writer Peter Wallsten wrote about Barack Obama’s close association with former Palestinian operative Rashid Khalidi back in April.
Wallsten discussed a dinner held back in 2003 in honor of Khalidi, a critic of Israel and advocate for Palestinian rights.
Barack Obama has denied his close association with Khalidi, too.

According to Wallsten the evening not surprisingly turned into a classic Jew-bash:

“During the dinner a young Palestinian American recited a poem accusing the Israeli government of terrorism in its treatment of Palestinians and sharply criticizing U.S. support of Israel. If Palestinians cannot secure their own land, she said, “then you will never see a day of peace.”

One speaker likened “Zionist settlers on the West Bank” to Osama bin Laden, saying both had been “blinded by ideology.”

Barack Obama also praised the former PLO operative during the event.
And, Obama confessed that his family often shared dinner with the Khalidis:

His many talks with the Khalidis, Obama said, had been “consistent reminders to me of my own blind spots and my own biases… It’s for that reason that I’m hoping that, for many years to come, we continue that conversation — a conversation that is necessary not just around Mona and Rashid’s dinner table,” but around “this entire world.”

The event was videotaped, and a copy of the tape was obtained by The Times.

Khalidi and the Obamas were great friends in Chicago and often shared meals together.
By the way, Khalidi was also best friends with Bill Ayers.

Terrorist Bill Ayers— Barack Obama— Jew-hater Rashid Khalidi

On Wednesday I talked with Peter Wallsten from the Los Angeles Times about the article on Obama and Khalidi:

Wallston was one of the few mainstream media reporters to report on this radical Obama associate.

Wallston said that the article was written after he watched video taken at the Khalidi going away party. When I asked him about the video he said that as far as he was concerned he was through with the story.

I asked him if he was planning on releasing this video of Obama toasting the radical Khalidi at this Jew-bash. He told me he was not releasing the video. He also would not comment on his source for the video. Wallston also said he did not know if Khalidi’s good friend Bill Ayers was at the event or not.

So, there you have it. The LA Times has video of Obama toasting a former PLO operative at a Jew-bash but will not release the video. This is outrageous.

Obviously, this video would do great damage to Obama who struggles with Jewish voters due to his circle of close anti-Semitic friends.
Maybe this is the reason it is not being released?

More on Khalidi—
Not only does Barack Obama’s church of 20 years support Hamas and Hezbollah but Barack Obama also has a longtime close friendship and financial association with suspected former PLO operative and Israel hater Rashid Khalidi.
Earlier this month Sean Hannity dared to report on Barack and Michelle Obama’s radical associate and friend, Rashid Khalidi:

Barack Obama funnelled thousands of dollars of cash to Rashidi’s anti-Israel Foundation through his work on the Woods Fund.

In 2000, Rashid Khalidi, a former PLO operative who justified Palestinian terrorism as contributing to “political enlightenment,” threw a fundraiser for his friend Barack Obama.

Although he is described as a former PLO operative, via Free Republic, this is what Rashid Khalidi has to say about Palestinian terrorism against Jews– he said anti-Israel violence contributed to “political enlightenment”:

On Palestinian violence. Khalidi glorifies anti-Israel violence as contributing to “political enlightenment”[vii] and unsurprisingly admires those who carry it out. His loyalty to Palestinian terrorist groups run so deep that he actually dedicated his 1986 valentine to the PLO, Under Siege, to “those who gave their lives . . . in defense of the cause of Palestine and independence of Lebanon.”[viii] The book whitewashes PLO violence against Israelis and Lebanese, as well as the Syrian occupation.

Khalidi and Ayers were practically best friends.
And, both Ayers and Obama signed the commemorative book given to Khalidi at his going away party.

It’s hard to imagine that the LA Times would hold onto a video of Sarah Palin praising an anti-Semitic radical and former PLO operative…
But, that is today’s mainstream media.

Tom Maguire has more on this radical friend of Barack and Michelle Obama.

Pew Research: Most Voters Say Media Wants Obama to Win

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Voters overwhelmingly believe that the media wants Barack Obama to win the presidential election. By a margin of 70%-9%, Americans say most journalists want to see Obama, not John McCain, win on Nov. 4. Another 8% say journalists don’t favor either candidate, and 13% say they don’t know which candidate most reporters support.

In recent presidential campaigns, voters repeatedly have said they thought journalists favored the Democratic candidate over the Republican. But this year’s margin is particularly wide.

At this stage of the 2004 campaign, 50% of voters said most journalists wanted to see John Kerry win the election, while 22% said most journalists favored George Bush. In October 2000, 47% of voters said journalists wanted to see Al Gore win and 23% said most journalists wanted Bush to win. In 1996, 59% said journalists were pulling for Bill Clinton.

In the current campaign, Republicans, Democrats and independents all feel that the media wants to see Obama win the election. Republicans are almost unanimous in their opinion: 90% of GOP voters say most journalists are pulling for Obama. More than six-in-ten Democratic and independent voters (62% each) say the same.

The media coverage of the race for president has not so much cast Barack Obama in a favorable light as it has portrayed John McCain in a substantially negative one, according to a new study of the media since the two national political conventions ended.

Coverage of McCain has been heavily unfavorable — and has become more so over time. In the six weeks following the conventions through the final debate, unfavorable stories about McCain outweighed favorable ones by a factor of more than three-to-one — the most unfavorable of all four candidates — according to the study by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism.

For Obama during this period, just over a third of the stories were clearly positive in tone (36%), while a similar number (35%) were neutral or mixed. A smaller number (29%) were negative.

For McCain, by comparison, nearly six-in-ten stories studied were decidedly negative in nature (57%), while fewer than two-in-ten (14%) were positive.

Read the full report at

MSNBC & ACORN Joining Forces To Make Sure Obama Election Fraud Works

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MS-DNC (MSNBC) is teaming up with ACORN, La Raza and a host of other far-left groups with a “hot line” to combat Republican attempts at voter fraud election day!

Seriously!  I saw a report on one of the TV newscasts, and later found this item, among others, in a Google search, from Town Hall’s Amanda Carpenter:


MSNBC has launched a news project with a variety of left-wing special interest groups to boost their Election Day coverage and help viewers experiencing problems at the polls.

One of the groups involved in MSNBC’s “Election Protection” project is the Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now.  ACORN has been involved in rampant voter registration fraud across the nation this election cycle and is actively supporting Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama for president.

“Our partnership with Election Protection will play a major role in NBC News’ ‘Making Your Vote Count’ coverage, said Phil Alongi, Executive Producer of NBC News’ Election Coverage in an Oct. 22 press release. “Not only will we be able to direct voters who are experiencing problems with a hotline to call, we will also have our team of reporters and producers follow-up on the information Election Protection is gathering.”

When asked for comment about ACORN’s role in the project MSNBC spokesman Jeremy Gaines wrote Townhall in an email “this a question for them, not us.”

Most of the groups MSNBC wants their viewers to contact and shape their news coverage on Election Day have extreme liberal agendas ranging and focus on variety of issues including housing, gay rights, amnesty, environmental policies and labor.

The National Council of La Raza, U.S. Pirg, NAACP, the Human Rights Campaign, the National Gay and Lesbian Law Association, Sierra Club and the Service Employees International Union are among Election Protection’s  many partners.

ACORN is not listed as a partner on the Election Protection’s main website, but is listed as a partner on a promotional flyer that is available on the website.

These groups actively lobby Congress to support liberal policies. Most of them are openly supporting Barack Obama and other Democrats in the November elections.

Election Protection claims to be non-partisan. None of their listed partner groups, however, lean conservative.

Daytime anchor David Shuster promoted the effort Wednesday by telling viewers, “NBC is making your vote count. If you have a question about voting or problems at the polls, our partners at Election Protection can help. They have trained volunteers available to answer your questions. Call 1-866-OUR-VOTE if you have a question or if you run into or see any problems.”

Anchor Contessa Brewer has similarly hyped the project. The Election Project features a snippet of her telling viewers about the project on their website. She described MSNBC’s relationship with Election Protection as an ‘exclusive partnership’. “

Excuse me while I go and hurl now.  I will update this later, possibly, or perhaps a new post will be in order, talking about how since the media has abandoned any form of impartiality, the Constitution needs to be amended to take away the special priviledges bestowed on it. :-(

CNN (Obama Campaign Directed) Lies To Impugn Palin & McCain

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On Tuesday’s (10/21/2008) Situation Room, CNN’s Drew Griffin completely mischaracterized the nature of a “quote” from National Review’s Byron York during his interview with Governor and Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin.

Griffin said to Gov. Palin: “Governor, you’ve been mocked in the press, the press has been pretty hard on you, the Democrats have been pretty hard on you, but also some conservatives have been pretty hard on you as well.  The National Review had a story saying that, you know, ‘I can’t tell if Sarah Palin is incompetent, stupid, unqualified, corrupt or all of the above.’”

This is a complete distortion, a falsehood.  The full quote from the National Review’s Byron York shows he was in fact dressing down the media, NOT Gov. Palin.  “Watching press coverage of the Republican candidate for vice president, it’s sometimes hard to decide whether Sarah Palin is incompetent, stupid, unqualified, corrupt, backward, or — or, well, all of the above.”

Watch the video, in two parts, and see for yourself exactly how blatant Drew Griffin, under orders from CNN management, and ultimately the Obama Campaign, lies to Governor Palin.  Is there anyone reading this who doubts this is all part of a coordinated smear?  Can anyone seriously doubt we are watching the outcome of a direct assault on our electoral process?  Can anyone be so stupid or clueless NOT to know the Obama Campaign is coordinating, with the willing assistance of the Main Stream Media, all of these attacks on John McCain and Sarah Palin?   I mean, this isn’t some isolated incident.

Part Two:

Bill O’Reilly spent his Talking Points memo last night [click link to watch] to go after CNN and correspondent Drew Griffinthe fallout from Griffin’s interview with Gov. Sarah Palin. after

O’Reilly said Griffin “totally distorted what [Byron] York wrote in the article,” and said The Factor called CNN for comment and got none.

“I haven’t been critical of CNN during the campaign,” said O’Reilly. “They’ve been pretty honest in their coverage, I believe.”

Later in the show, O’Reilly had York on to discuss the issue. “CNN owes it to their audience, and owes it to Gov. Palin, to correct the record,” said the FNC host.

• FNC’s Greta Van Susteren also discussed the interview on her show last night with Newt Gingrich. Here’s her take on Gretawire.

Study Shows McCain Media Coverage Mostly Negative

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The Project for Excellence in Journalism’s report shows John McCain’s media coverage has been 57 percent negative, while Barack Obama’s has been 29% negative.

John McCain may long for the days when Barack Obama got the lion’s share of the media attention: Coverage of the Republican candidate has been overwhelmingly negative since the conventions ended, a study released Wednesday found.

The Project for Excellence in Journalism’s report illustrates how the media echo chamber can send things spiraling out of control for a candidate. It’s likely to give ammunition to people who say the press has been biased against McCain, but the organization said its findings on this were inconclusive.

“It’s quite possible for there to be elements of enthusiasm for one candidate or another,” said Tom Rosenstiel, director of the Washington-based think tank. “That’s a failure of professionalism if it’s there. But this report can’t suss it out.”

McCain and Obama have received an equal amount of media attention since the conventions.

The project judged 57 percent of the stories about McCain as negative, with 14 percent positive. The rest were neutral.

Obama’s coverage was mixed: 36 percent positive, 29 percent negative, 35 percent neutral, the study found.

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin has received three times the press attention as the Democratic vice presidential candidate, Joe Biden, the study found. Her stories were judged 39 percent negative, 33 percent mixed and 28 percent positive.

Palin’s coverage started out positive but turned when reporters went to Alaska to check on her record as governor. The study found only 5 percent of the stories were about Palin’s family, most of them in the days after it was revealed her daughter was pregnant.

The Project for Excellence in Journalism studied some 2,412 stories from 48 news outlets for its study, including newspapers, Web sites and broadcast and cable news. A smaller sample, 857 stories, was used to judge the tone of the coverage.

NY Times Under Fire for Cindy Story

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The New York Times today has a very strange, lengthy front-page story on Cindy McCain — by Jodi Kantor and David Halbfinger — dredging up some unpleasant episodes in the distant past of her private life without adding any new information, sprinkling some innuendo about the McCains’ long-distance marriage, analyzing her personality and health mostly with pure speculation, and just generally dissecting her private and emotional sphere for no apparent reason beyond idle voyeurism.

Some of the facts discussed are, I suppose, arguably relevant (her connection to the Keating Five scandal and how Washington scorned her as a result of McCain’s ugly treatment of his first wife), but the vast bulk of the article, while quite invasive, seems indistinguishable from lowly, rank gossip.

The article doesn’t even arguably raise an issue of political bias, as the NYT has long been obsessed with the Clintons’ marriage and sex lives (one of the worst, though by no means only, examples being this 2006 sleazy, highly detailed front-page gossip item from Patrick Healy — entitled “For Clintons, Delicate Dance of Married and Public Lives” — “reporting” that “Mr. Clinton is rarely without company in public, yet the company he keeps rarely includes his wife” and that “Bill and Hillary Clinton have built largely separate lives” while chronicling the number of nights they’ve spent together).

But this Cindy McCain article does seem to suggest that there are no longer any standards governing when “political journalists” dig into the private and sex lives of political figures — and their family members — even when doing so lacks even a purported connection to some matter of public interest.

Who cares how many nights John and Cindy have spent together over the past couple of decades, or how affectionate they are with one another when sitting at home, or that — 15 years ago — she “was caught stealing drugs from her nonprofit organization to feed her addiction to painkillers,” or whether her 2004 separation from McCain was due (as she claimed) to a stroke, or whether their marriage is a union of convenience and business rather than true love, or whether she actually crossed into Rwanda from Zaire during a 1994 trip to help refugees, or how often his friends in DC interact with her socially? How is there a public interest in knowing any of that?

Way worse, in order to write the article, the NYT’s Kantor trolled Facebook and found adolescent classmates of Bridget McCain’s and — at least in one case — sent an email that said this: I’m a reporter at the New York Times, writing a profile of Cindy McCain, and we are trying to get a sense of what she is like as a mother. So I’m reaching out to fellow parents at her kids’ schools.

Is investigating Cindy McCain’s fitness as a mother actually a legitimate function for the political reporters at the NYT?   Doesn’t that question answer itself?

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Saturday, October 18, 2008 at 4:20:27 PM

No Evidence of Obama Slur/Threat at Palin Rally

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Investigators with the Secret Service say that there is no evidence that anyone shouted ‘kill him,’ in reference to Barack Obama, at a recent McCain-Palin rally.

U.S. Secret Service agents say that there is no evidence to support one reporter’s claim that any attendee at a McCain-Palin rally on Tuesday in Scranton, Pennsylvania shouted ‘kill him’ when Barack Obama’s name came up.

According to an October 15, 2008 article by the Andrew M. Seder that appeared in the website, which serves Northeastern Pennsylvania, the head of the Secret Service field office in Scranton says that there no evidence of this widely-reported verbal attack.

Scranton Times-Tribune Reporter (and Obama supporter) David Singleton originally reported the alleged verbal outburst on the newspaper’s website on Tuesday after he claimed to hear the remark at a McCain-Palin rally earlier in the day.

The paper printed the uncorroborated slur in their Wednesday edition and networks such as ABC and MSNBC as well as the Associated Press and the Washington Monthly repeated the allegation, according to the article by Seder, doing absolutely no fact checking of their own, of course.

The Times article also indicated that Secret Service Agent Bill Slavoski interviewed Singleton, as well as 20 people who were at the rally, and no one but Singleton could corroborate the story. Slavoski, according to the article, said that Singleton was unable to provide a description of the man who allegedly made the remark.

However, Singleton and his newspaper are sticking to their story, according to the Seder article, even though there were thousands of people at the rally and Singleton was the only one who heard the threatening remark.

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Friday, October 17, 2008 at 4:06:00 PM

Biden Seriously Misinformed, Likely Due To Alcohol Problem

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When you interview for a job, here is a hint: make sure you know what the job is. Joe Biden failed that test last Thursday. He couldn’t even get right what a vice president does, but the media didn’t notice.


The media is all over itself about how smart and experienced Biden is. Political analyst Charlie Cook is quoted in the Washington Post on Saturday as saying “Biden is clearly so much more knowledgeable, by a factor of about a million.” Saturday Night Live does a skit about Biden being smart, if slimy. Meanwhile, Governor Sarah Palin is treated as being nothing more than a simpleton.

Yet, take Biden’s statement from the debate on the role of the vice president:

Vice President Cheney has been the most dangerous vice president we’ve had probably in American history. The idea he doesn’t realize that Article I of the Constitution defines the role of the vice president of the United States, that’s the Executive Branch. He works in the Executive Branch. He should understand that. Everyone should understand that.

And the primary role of the vice president of the United States of America is to support the president of the United States of America, give that president his or her best judgment when sought, and as vice president, to preside over the Senate, only in a time when in fact there’s a tie vote. The Constitution is explicit.

The only authority the vice president has from the legislative standpoint is the vote, only when there is a tie vote. He has no authority relative to the Congress. The idea he’s part of the Legislative Branch is a bizarre notion invented by Cheney to aggrandize the power of a unitary executive, and look where it has gotten us. It has been very dangerous.”

One should be careful when throwing around terms such as “most dangerous” and “bizarre.” But Biden is confusing which part of the Constitution covers the Executive Branch (it is Article II, not Article I). More importantly, the notion that the vice president can preside over the Senate only when there is a tie vote is simply wrong. Nor is it true that the only legislative involvement the vice president has is to break tie votes. The vice president is the president of the Senate, where he interprets the rules and can only be overridden by a vote of 60 senators.

Early vice presidents spent a lot of time in the Senate. Thomas Jefferson even spent his time writing “A Manual of Parliamentary Practice: for the Use of the Senate of the United States.” Modern vice presidents may show up only when they think tie votes will occur, but that is their choice.

This isn’t rocket science. The Constitution on this point is very straightforward: “The Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate, but shall have no Vote, unless they be equally divided.”

Instead, it was Palin who got it right. Besides correctly stating that the vice president holds positions in both the executive and legislative branches, she also noted that:

Of course, we know what a vice president does. And that’s not only to preside over the Senate and [I] will take that position very seriously also. I’m thankful the Constitution would allow a bit more authority given to the vice president if that vice president so chooses to exert it in working with the Senate and making sure that we are supportive of the president’s policies and making sure too that our president understands what our strengths are.

But just as the vice president’s job includes more than simply being ready to assume the presidency if the president dies, the Constitution merely states what the vice president’s minimum responsibilities are.

Compare the uproar over Palin’s answer to Charlie Gibson about the “Bush Doctrine,” a doctrine that Gibson clearly didn’t understand and for which there apparently exist at least four different versions. Where is the outrage over Biden not understanding what vice presidents do? For Biden, his inability to correctly say what vice presidents do was surely his “gotcha” moment.

Yet, this mistake during the debate was hardly unique. Biden got a lot of things wrong in the debate that are going unnoticed by the fact-check media. Take just a few:

– Will McCain’s health care proposals raise taxes? Biden says that McCain’s proposal will cost people money. The Tax Foundation finds that could easily be “roughly deficit-neutral over ten years.”

– Under an Obama Administration the middle class will “pay no more than they did under Ronald Reagan”? No, the tax rates will be similar to the higher rates under Clinton.

– Did “we spend more money in three weeks on combat in Iraq than we spent on the entirety of the last seven years that we have been in Afghanistan building that country”? No, one year’s worth of spending in Iraq equaled five in Afghanistan.

– France and the U.S. “kicked Hezbollah out of Lebanon”? No, and it wouldn’t have made much more sense if he had said “Syria” instead.

– Is it really “simply not true” that Obama said that he would meet with the leader of countries such as Iran without preconditions? No, Obama said “I would.”

– Did Obama warn against letting Hamas participate in Palestinian legislative elections in 2005? No.

– Do “Iraqis have an $80 billion surplus”? No. If oil prices had remained high, it might have reached $50 billion by the end of this year.

– Finally, an amusing point as evidence that Biden is just one of the people he pointed to, inviting anyone to have a beer with him at “Katie’s Restaurant” in Wilmington, Del. Unfortunately, people will have a hard time taking him up on his offer, since the restaurant hasn’t had that name for probably 15 years.

Unfortunately, voters who are trying to get an accurate count on whether the candidates are telling the truth can’t rely on the media. mentions only one of these points, the size of the Iraqi surplus. The Washington Post mentioned Biden’s misstatement on Hamas and Katie’s restaurant. AOL’s coverage of the errors in the vice presidential debate was by far the worst, though that might not be too surprising given that Tommy Christopher, who wrote their news analysis, also blogs on the Obama Web site. None of these checkers mentioned Biden’s statements about the role of the vice president.

Compare this to the attacks on Sarah Palin:

– criticizes Palin for claiming that McCain’s health care tax credits will be “budget neutral” – they argue that the tax credit will be larger than the new taxes that the program will impose. Fine, but if the people at believe that is true and that the Tax Foundation is wrong, Biden’s claim about increased taxes is even more inaccurate. But doesn’t even mention Biden’s statement from the debate.

– From AOL’s news analysis piece. “Palin: Said that it is untrue that the U.S. is killing civilians in Afghanistan. According to an analysis by the AP, however, the U.S. is killing more civilians than insurgents are.”

What Palin actually said was: “Now, Barack Obama had said that all we’re doing in Afghanistan is air-raiding villages and killing civilians.” Whether one believes the AP estimate or not, the question is whether she was accurately characterizing Obama’s statement of the job that our forces were doing. And Obama said, “We’ve got to get the job done there and that requires us to have enough troops so that we’re not just air-raiding villages and killing civilians” (emphasis added).

–’s first critique claims that Palin was wrong to claim that troop levels in Iraq are down to their pre-surge levels. They are correct that after the recently announced drawdown, 6,000 more troops will be in Iraq than immediately before the surge. But why not mention that 84 percent of the 38,000 troops in the surge are home or are in the process of coming home?

The media seems to have been covering for Biden for some time. While news stories still talk about Dan Quayle’s spelling mistake 18 years later, there has been almost no news coverage of Biden’s numerous wacky statements. What if Quayle had said something similar to Biden’s recent statement that, “When the stock market crashed, Franklin D. Roosevelt got on the television and didn’t just talk about the, you know, the princes of greed. He said, ‘Look, here’s what happened.'” A neat trick given that Herbert Hoover was president in 1929 and no one was watching television.

It might not fit the simple template for a 36-year veteran of the Senate to not understand what vice presidents do (after all, eight vice presidents have served with him), but Biden knew less about this than the political outsider, Sarah Palin. Given that they are running to be vice president, why didn’t that story dominate the news coverage after the debate?

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 6:22:38 PM

Friends With The Enemy?

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A Yonkers, N.Y., councilman whose home was bombed nearly four decades ago by the Weather Underground says Barack Obama should know better than to associate with the domestic terror group’s co-founder, Bill Ayers. “Barack Obama constantly says, ‘I was only 8 years old when this happened.’ That’s kind of his throwaway line,” John Murtagh told FOX News Thursday morning. “I’m not questioning what Barack Obama was doing when he was 8 years old. I’m questioning his behavior as an adult to choose his friends, mentor and longtime personal and professional colleague.” Murtagh discussed the 1970 bombing as John McCain’s campaign put renewed focus on Obama’s ties to Ayers, who lives in Chicago and is an education professor at the University of Illinois.

Murtagh, whose father was a New York Supreme Court justice when his family’s home was targeted, put out a statement on behalf of McCain’s campaign Wednesday claiming “Barack Obama’s friend tried to kill my family.”

Obama has said his relationship with Ayers did not extend beyond serving with him on an education board in Chicago. He has condemned Ayers’ Vietnam War-era attacks, and his campaign has said Obama did not know of Ayers’ radical past when Ayers held a campaign event at his home for Obama in 1995.

But Murtagh cast doubt on the narrative out of the Obama campaign, saying it would make the Democratic presidential candidate “the dumbest man that ever graduated from Columbia and Harvard Law School” if he didn’t initially know about Ayers’ past.

Murtagh also alleged that Obama’s ties to Ayers probably go back earlier, since Ayers’ wife, Weather Underground radical Bernadine Dohrn, at one point worked at the same firm where Obama’s wife, Michelle, worked.

“The Weather Underground launched an attack on our family home … looking to kill us,” Murtagh told FOX News. “I believe if the senator were to come clean and tell us the full story, we’d find out this relationship well predates the fundraiser held in the Ayers home. It goes back to the ’80s.”

McCain released a Web video Thursday criticizing Obama for his relationship with Ayers.

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Nets Condemn McCain Calling Obama ‘That One'; CNN: Palin Racist |

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Matching the Obama campaign spin, the network reporters and analysts were upset by John McCain, at one moment in the second presidential debate on Tuesday night, referring to Barack Obama as “that one.” CBS’s Jeff Greenfield asserted “there is going to be clearly a major headline soundbite” and insisted “those two words are going to be what the water cooler conversation is tomorrow. Was it demeaning? Was it an insult?  Hell no!

Katie Couric turned to a group of “undecided voters” for their reaction to the phrase. One man “thought it was a little bit childish” and another “undecided” man declared: “I’m really tired of the last eight years of for us or against us and to me that showed that side of McCain coming out and the picky and childish and we’ve had eight years of that.”

On CNN a little past 11 PM EDT, reporter Suzanne Malveaux compared it to Bill Clinton’s characterization of Monica Lewinsky: “It’s like ‘that woman,’ you know, that we’ve heard ‘that woman,’ I mean a lot of people are saying that was the kind of language that was very condescending.” A few minutes later, Democratic hack Paul Begala slimed Sarah Palin as a racist, citing the Associated Press and how “they said her attack on this whole Bill Ayers thing was ‘racially-tinged.’ That’s not what a Democrat said, that’s what the Associated Press said.” There’s a difference? MSNBC viewers heard Chris Matthews pleased by Obama’s “wonderful smile” before he charged McCain’s smile “has a somewhat menacing quality.”

In the post-debate 25 minutes on NBC, Brian Williams relied on Internet chatter as he contended “John McCain took some heat from a lot of people” for ” when he referred to his Senate colleague, an opponent in this race, Senator Obama, as, quote, ‘that one.’ That line got a lot of response on the Internet.”

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Wednesday, October 8, 2008 at 8:26:39 AM

The ‘Pre-Determined Order Of Things’ Was Upset By Palin

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Watching the “opinion elite” quietly, calmly go about their “business” after the debate between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin is, unfortunately, just more of the same we have all come to expect of the impostor journalists that pass for what once was a noble profession, once upon a time.

Look at the carefully crafted headlines, served up for the morning spin:

It is quite apparent from those, and any other headlines you might search for on the Net, in relation to the just-concluded Biden/Palin debate, that the Pundit’s CW (Conventional Wisdom) sensibilities were mightily offended at Palin’s temerity at coming off as credible, and not as some (their words) “trailer trash” red-neck. The MSM / Bloggers simply cannot abide their pre-determined judgments being upset by anyone. Especially a conservative someone.

One might feel terribly out of place to point out to the media mavens what the Founding Fathers envisioned was not a ruling political class, but citizen politicians almost exactly like Sarah Palin, and not anything like Barack Obama, Joe Biden or even John McCain.  What matters most in our politicians is outlook and common sense, not an encyclopedic knowledge of who is President of every country on the planet, or even a working knowledge of the Monroe Doctrine.  After all, Monroe has been dead over one hundred years, hasn’t he?  It is highly doubtful any future President will invoke it as his justification for some unforeseen action.

Make no mistake about it, The Press is very much of and from our modern day ruling class.  They are no longer the watchers, but an integral part of “protecting” citizens from their own ignorance, by constantly preaching to us just what is needed in a plausible leader. This is only due to their unabashed, and undeniable liberalism, which they no longer bother to hide or apologize for.

I listened to the debate on the radio before watching the TiVo of it later. I thought Palin did a great job of softening up Biden, even using Obama as a club to beat the head of his running mate. Whenever she pointed out some instance where Biden and Obama disagreed, where she thought Biden was right and Obama was wrong, she sincerely congratulated his good judgment.  There was no knockout. But Palin has a good, steady (and deadly) jab.

Later, when I saw the debate on television, I was even more impressed. Palin loves the camera, and it loves her back. This is her medium, and debates are her forum. She’s a natural communicator, cut of the same cloth as Ronald Reagan or Bill Clinton.

So, who won?  Palin, of course, you dolts!  She won the moment she decided to ignore Gwen Ifill and Joe Biden and do what Ronald Reagan was so hated by The Press and The Pundits, and beloved by the voters for so doing:  Talking directly to “the folks”. She reaffirmed their worst fear of fears, that of being superfluous, supercilious and completely unneeded, and I predict a new round of frenzied PDS (Palin Derangement Syndrome) in the final weeks of this campaign.

Bob Beckel huffed about how lacking in “stature” Palin was.  Excuse me?  Vice Presidents, historically, have been completely lacking in it!  Gravitas?  No Presidential candidate has ever been accused of seeking it in naming their running mates, that’s for damn sure. His talking points, furnished by the Obama campaign as their surrogate, are once again making the same old (and by now completely tired and pedantic) liberal mistake of being dismissive of anyone not sharing their left-wing POV.  Somehow, after being bludgeoned with Ronald Reagan for eight years in California as Governor, and again for an equally long period of time with President Reagan, one almost expects the liberals to have learned their lesson. It really does seem improbable they can be this obtuse, and actually keep repeating their mistakes, decade after decade.

The important thing is, “the folks” understood.  They know she is one of them, perhaps more so than any politician they can remember, since Ronald Reagan.  That is why Governor Palin is still the game-changer she first appeared to be. The more she is denigrated, marginalized, degraded and smeared, the more the people hate her attackers and are drawn to her, and by extension, John McCain.

Famously, years ago, in discussing the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers partnership, someone said she gave him sex and he gave her class.  McCain and Palin have such a symbiosis. McCain gives Palin his gravitas, and Palin gives McCain her unique connectivity to “the folks”.

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Is That All There Is? Better Call Peggy Lee!

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The New York Times does the all-so predictable Sarah Palin bill of indictment for its Sunday front page. It certainly sounds compelling in the paragraph called the “nut graf”:

Throughout her political career, she has pursued vendettas, fired officials who crossed her and sometimes blurred the line between government and personal grievance, according to a review of public records and interviews with 60 Republican and Democratic legislators and local officials.

But what is so remarkable is how little there is in the page after page of minutiae thrown against the wall by the Times. And indeed there’s plenty of favorable material there. Up front we learn:

Ms. Palin has many supporters. As a two-term mayor she paved roads and built an ice rink, and as governor she has pushed through higher taxes on the oil companies that dominate one-third of the state’s economy. She stirs deep emotions. In Wasilla, many residents display unflagging affection, cheering “our Sarah” and hissing at her critics.

In just the first few paragraphs you have testimony that she was “effective and accessible.” So where are we going here? Well, despite the testimony that she was ”accessible,” others find her “secretive” and inclined to put a premium on “loyalty.” The evidence? The Governor’s office declined a request for emails that would have cost over $400,000. Proof positive. Oh, and the records sought (about Polar Bears and such) were in fact obtained.

Then there is the ” she blurs personal and public behavior” charge. The evidence? A phone call from Todd Palin to a state legislator about the latter’s chief of staff, which Palin denies, was mentioned. Pretty thin gruel.

Next we have her tenure as mayor, where again all heck breaks loose because — are ya sitting down? — she brought in her own team. No! Unheard of. Jeeez. Next she’ll be firing the town museum director. Oh no– it’s true! Palin says (”Oh yeah, she says,” you can hear the Times reporters hrrumphing) she was cutting the budget.

This is pathetic, really. Is there something illegal here? Is there something nefarious? What is the point?

The next offense: while she was mayor city employees were told not to talk to the press. The horror! Might there have been a procedure, a public affairs or press person for that? We don’t know and the Times doesn’t tell us.

Then we get to the book banning. But if you read carefully there is no banning, no censorship, no list and no nothing other than someone became “scared” of Palin:

“People would bring books back censored,” recalled former Mayor John Stein, Ms. Palin’s predecessor. “Pages would get marked up or torn out.”

Witnesses and contemporary news accounts say Ms. Palin asked the librarian about removing books from the shelves. The McCain-Palin presidential campaign says Ms. Palin never advocated censorship.

But in 1995, Ms. Palin, then a city councilwoman, told colleagues that she had noticed the book “Daddy’s Roommate” on the shelves and that it did not belong there, according to Ms. Chase and Mr. Stein. Ms. Chase read the book, which helps children understand homosexuality, and said it was inoffensive; she suggested that Ms. Palin read it.

“Sarah said she didn’t need to read that stuff,” Ms. Chase said. “It was disturbing that someone would be willing to remove a book from the library and she didn’t even read it.”

“I’m still proud of Sarah,” she added, “but she scares the bejeebers out of me.”

So Palin talked “about” removing books — but the piece doesn’t tell us what was said. And we hear about Palin’s distaste for a book about homosexual parenting. Again, is there some story in here?  We’re up to page three and it hasn’t popped out yet.

We then learn that she did take on her own Republican Party and won the election for Governor by, goodness gracious, preparing for debates with notecards! Color-coded no less.

Then on page four of this eye-popping account, we learn as Governor she had the temerity to have ”surrounded herself with people she has known since grade school and members of her church.” No!  She hired people she knew ? And people she trusted because she had just run against a hostile machine of her own party? The Lieutenant Governor offers up that they were “competent, qualified, top-notch people,” but are you going to believe him?  And then the kicker: it seemed to, well, work out pretty well. We learn:

To her supporters — and with an 80 percent approval rating, she has plenty — Ms. Palin has lifted Alaska out of a mire of corruption. She gained the passage of a bill that tightens the rules covering lobbyists. And she rewrote the tax code to capture a greater share of oil and gas sale proceeds.

“Does anybody doubt that she’s a tough negotiator?” said State Representative Carl Gatto, Republican of Palmer.

The nerve — hiring trusted people and running a competent, popular administration. So we veer back to “secrecy” –dastardly tales of using a private email account and reliance on a circle of close advisors. Once again, the sheer banality of it all is both numbing and humorous. Surely the Old Grey Lady hasn’t devoted all this space for nothing? But that’s the conclusion one reaches as we stumble into page five. And that seems to have more of the same — people who didn’t get emails returned or thought she was too adversarial, harboring a “siege-like” mentality against her foes.

Wow, are you shocked and appalled yet? Me neither, and I can’t for the life of me figure out the point of the story. Ah, yes: the reporters were told to “get the goods” and this is all they found. But being the New York Times they made it really long, put it on the front page, and hoped people wouldn’t read it all that closely and say, “I guess she has a pretty good record if that’s all they had.”

And if you are looking for any detailed description of any of  her accomplishments — presumably the reason for her 80 percent popularity — forget it. No room for that.

The New York Times Is Now Supporting…..Palin? What!

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The New York Times supports Gov. Sarah Palin for VP?

It’s hard to believe. We had to read it twice to believe it ourselves.

But there it is for all to see, an editorial from The New York Times that calls for fairness in selection of vice presidential candidates, that it’s a wonderfully practical idea for the major parties to pick political unknowns and test them in high office and allow them to become statesmen. And especially so if they are women.

And it was the day’s lead editorial toAlaska Governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin autographs a cowboy hat for another female supporter in Carson City, Nevadao, right at the top of the very grey page for all to wade through.

Here’s part of that editorial to see for yourself:

“Presidential candidates have always chosen their running mates for reasons of practical demography, not idealized democracy.

“One might even say demography is destiny; this candidate is chosen because he could deliver Texas, that one because he personified rectitude, that one because he appealed to the other wing of the party.

“On occasion, Americans find it necessary to rationalize this rough-and-ready process. What a splendid system, we say to ourselves, that takes little-known men, tests them in high office and permits them to grow into statesmen. This rationale may even be right, but then let it also be fair. Why shouldn’t a little-known woman have the same opportunity to grow?

“We may even be gradually elevating our standards for choosing Vice Presidential candidates. But that should be done fairly, also. Meanwhile, the indispensable credential for a Woman Who is the same as for a Man Who — someone who helps the ticket.”

Well, there you have it. The New York Times obviously endorsing Alaska’s Gov. Sarah Palin, who, judging by recent polls and all the media attention, certainly has helped John McCain’s Republican ticket.

This New York Times editorial, by the way, was just published on July 3.

Oh, wait. It says July 3, 1984.

Oh, and it was talking about someone named Walter Mondale plucking a New York nobody with no executive experience from the oblivion of the House of Representatives, Geraldine Ferraro.

Well, sure, he and she were Democrats. But what difference should party possibly make if we’re truly talking about advancing American democracy by making it more fair?

Especially if we’re talking about the gender area where the other party’s candidate, Barack Obama, so ostentatiously passed over a qualified woman as his vice presidential running mate? (And another New Yorker at that!) Not to mention skipping over the female governor of Kansas and the female senator from Missouri.

Instead, he picked a male 36-year-senator from the same old boy’s club. How is that change we can believe in needing? Or whatever this week’s motto is…..

Notable & Quotable
September 6, 2008; Page A9

From a New York Times editorial on July 3, 1984, on Geraldine Ferraro’s nomination for vice president:

Where is it written that only senators are qualified to become President? . . . Or where is it written that mere representatives aren’t qualified, like Geraldine Ferraro of Queens? . . . Where is it written that governors and mayors, like Dianne Feinstein of San Francisco, are too local, too provincial? . . . Presidential candidates have always chosen their running mates for reasons of practical demography, not idealized democracy. . . . What a splendid system, we say to ourselves, that takes little-known men, tests them in high office and permits them to grow into statesmen. . . . Why shouldn’t a little-known woman have the same opportunity to grow?

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Monday, September 15, 2008 at 3:23:02 AM

Gibson/ABC Misrepresents Palin Quote in ‘Holy War’ Question [UPDATED]

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Millions of TV viewers who watched ABC News’ interview with Sarah Palin Thursday night never saw her take issue with a key question in which she was asked if she believes that the U.S. military effort in Iraq is “a task that is from God.”

The exchange between Palin and ABC’s Charlie Gibson, in which she questioned the accuracy of the quote attributed to her, was edited out of the television broadcast but included in official, unedited transcripts posted on ABC’s Web site, as well as in video posted on the Internet.

But in the version shown on television, a video clip of her original statement was inserted in place of her objection, giving a different impression of how Palin views the Iraq war.

In the interview, Gibson asked Palin: “You said recently in your old church, ‘Our national leaders are sending U.S. soldiers on a task that is from God.’ Are we fighting a Holy War?”

Palin’s response, which appears in the transcript but was edited out of the televised version, was:

“You know, I don’t know if that was my exact quote.”

It’s exact words,” Gibson said.


But Gibson’s quote left out what Palin said before that:

“Pray for our military men and women who are striving to do what is right. Also for this country, that our leaders, our national leaders are sending them out on a task that is from God. That’s what we have to make sure that we’re praying for, that there is a plan and that that plan is God’s plan.”

The edited televised version included a partial clip of that quote, but not the whole thing.

Gibson cut the quote — where she was clearly asking for the church TO PRAY THAT IT IS a task from God, not asserting that it is a task from God.

In the rest of the segment that aired, Palin told Gibson that she was referencing Abraham’s Lincoln’s words on how one should never presume to know God’s will. She said she does not presume to know God’s will and that she was only asking the audience to “pray that we are on God’s side.”

A promo posted on Yahoo! News Friday continued to misrepresent the exchange. It displays Palin’s image next to the words, “Iraq war a ‘holy war?’” implying that Palin — not Gibson — had called the War on Terror a holy war.

ABC’s mis characterization of Palin’s words was not the only one in the media. The Washington Post also did some last-minute clean-up in one of its articles on Palin — a front-page story Friday with the headline “Palin Links Iraq to Sept. 11 in Talk to Troops in Alaska.”

As pointed out by The Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol, the original version posted online used harsher language than the one that hit Beltway newsstands early Friday morning.

The original passage, written by staff writer Anne E. Kornblut, read:

“Gov. Sarah Palin linked the war in Iraq with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, telling an Iraq-bound brigade of soldiers that included her son that they would ‘defend the innocent from the enemies who planned and carried out and rejoiced in the death of thousands of Americans.’

“The idea that the Iraqi government under Saddam Hussein helped Al Qaeda plan the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, a view once promoted by Bush administration officials, has since been rejected even by the president himself. On any other day, Palin’s statement would almost certainly have drawn a sharp rebuke from Democrats, but both parties had declared a halt to partisan activities to mark Thursday’s anniversary.”

But in the print version, and the version now appearing on the newspaper’s Web site, the article softened its claim a bit by swapping in the last line with this:

“But it is widely agreed that militants allied with Al Qaeda have taken root in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion.”

These are the sort of things one is used to in Blogs at The Atlantic, something written by Marc Ambinder or Andrew Sullivan, journalism being passed of in a personal blog, being so blatant and all.

Below, you will see the questions Charlie Gibson asked Sarah Palin in red and the questions Gibson asked Barack Obama in blue. The questions appear in the order in which they were asked:

  • “Governor, let me start by asking you a question that I asked John McCain about you, and it is really the central question. Can you look the country in the eye and say “I have the experience and I have the ability to be not just vice president, but perhaps president of the United States of America?”
  • “Today, in our ‘Who Is?’ series, a Democrat relatively new to national politics; Senator Barack Obama. Your mom comes from the Pacific Northwest, migrates to Hawaii, goes to college there, right away, meets a dashing young Kenyan, gets pregnant and the result [is] you.” (Voiceover) His father got a fellowship to study on the mainland and never came back. “Obama’s mother would remarry and take her son to Indonesia for five years. Only once again did he ever see his father, that, when Obama was 10, he didn’t care enough to stay. How did you internalize that?”
  • “And you didn’t say to yourself, “Am I experienced enough? Am I ready? Do I know enough about international affairs? Do I — will I feel comfortable enough on the national stage to do this?” … Didn’t that take some hubris?”
  • “For five years out of college, he worked to pay off student loans and was a community organizer in Chicago, which led him back to school, Harvard Law School, and on a summer job, met this young woman. Did you know right away?”
  • “But this is not just reforming a government. This is also running a government on the huge international stage in a very dangerous world. When I asked John McCain about your national security credentials, he cited the fact that you have commanded the Alaskan National Guard and that Alaska is close to Russia. Are those sufficient credentials?”
  • “They have two daughters, Malia and Sasha. At first, Obama was intimidated by the Harvard law students, but he found he could more than hold his own, finishing first in his class and being editor of the ‘Harvard Law Review.’ He’s candid: it was at Harvard he first thought of running for President. So did you think to yourself, ‘Barack, what kind of hubris is this that I am thinking about being President?’”
  • “Did you ever travel outside the country prior to your trip to Kuwait and Germany last year?”
  • “You have written, ‘I learned to slip back and forth between my black and my white worlds.’ The simple question I guess is in which world do you really belong?”

This is where Gibson ended his initial interview with Barack Obama. Sarah Palin, meanwhile, continues to get hammered …

  • “Have you ever met a foreign head of state?”
  • “The administration has said we’ve got to maintain the territorial integrity of Georgia. Do you believe the United States should try to restore Georgian sovereignty over South Ossetia and Abkhazia?”
  • “What insight into Russian actions, particularly in the last couple of weeks, does the proximity of the state give you?”
  • “Would you favor putting Georgia and Ukraine in NATO?”
  • “And under the NATO treaty, wouldn’t we then have to go to war if Russia went into Georgia?”
  • “And you think it would be worth it to the United States, Georgia is worth it to the United States to go to war if Russia were to invade?”
  • “Let me turn to Iran. Do you consider a nuclear Iran to be an existential threat to Israel?”
  • “So what should we do about a nuclear Iran?”
  • “What if Israel decided it felt threatened and needed to take out the Iranian nuclear facilities?”
  • “So, if it felt necessary, if it felt the need to defend itself by taking out Iranian nuclear facilities, that would be all right?”
  • “We talk on the anniversary of 9/11. Why do you think those hijackers attacked? Why did they want to hurt us?”
  • “The Bush doctrine, as I understand it, is that we have the right of anticipatory self-defense, that we have the right to a preemptive strike against any other country that we think is going to attack us. Do you agree with that?”
  • “Do we have the right to be making cross-border attacks into Pakistan from Afghanistan, with or without the approval of the Pakistani government?”
  • “You said recently, in your old church, “Our national leaders are sending U.S. soldiers on a task that is from God.” Are we fighting a holy war?”
  • “Then are you sending your son on a task form God?”

Take A Good Look At The Radical Liberal/Leftist Obama Supporters

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In case you are very naive, or perhaps been in the remote jungles of Southeast Asia for the past several months, I present the following. It is not by any means the worst that is out there, but it captures the “flavor” of the real Internet siege we are under.  I say “we” because it is our Democracy that is being assaulted. Please don’t be so nuts, just because you haven’t personally seen such things to believe this is drama, something rare, in the extreme.  This is real, and such items number in the thousands.  Many directed, influenced, coordinated by the Obama campaign, through their “My Barack Obama Groups” and the Daily Kos. Make sure you read the comments in the “Guest Book”.  They are very indicative of comments made hourly on sites like Facebook and Digg. So take a look at the Website, “Saving Bristol” and tell me, and others what you think.

Saving Bristol

Never in history has a woman been under more pressure to keep an unwanted pregnancy than Bristol Palin. She is the teenage daughter of Alaska Governor & Vice-Presidential hopeful Sarah Palin – a conservative, Creationist Christian power-vampire and pro-life huckster who has put Bristol and her un-welcomed fetus at the center of a politico-religious crusade to stop her exercising her constitutional right to terminate the pregnancy.

Rather than sit back and impotently bemoan Bristol’s tragic, lonely circumstance, it is time for us – the silent majority – to unite behind this poor, imprisoned woman and save her from both a tyrannical household as well as the horrible nightmare of a forced childbirth.

These are not empty words. I, Doug Stanhope, am offering you, Bristol Palin, the sum of 25,000 dollars so that you can abort your child and move out of that draconian home. I have also set up a PayPal link so that others around the world can help increase this amount to ease the burden of starting out on your own at such an early age.

I was once in a similar situation where I’d accidentally impregnated a girl and she had to make that same fateful decision that now faces you. It was easy for her – she didn’t have a fascist, oligarch parent, the entire Republican Party or the sneering eyes of the Christian Right to contend with, much less a daft, puppet boyfriend who’s just waiting for the cameras to stop rolling so he can bolt like a gazelle.

We made the right choice and rather than end up bitter rivals in court battles over custody or support, we are great friends who high-five over our decision and have all the free time and disposable income that young mothers never know. I now pay it forward and offer some of that money to you.

You don’t need to ruin your future in order to support the megalomaniacal self-promotion of a mother whose every action is rooted in a demonic ego and archaic superstition. Don’t become victim of the same pressure that had your brother “volunteering” for duty in Iraq.

Please consider my offer as time is of the essence. You don’t want this child, the father certainly doesn’t want this child and the world doesn’t need another wailing mouth to feed.

I empathize with the amount of attention, pressure and possibly out-right threats you are getting to give birth against your will and I understand that at your age, you may go through with it no matter how much you don’t want to. Either way, you have inspired me to try to make a difference.

Even if you cannot take my offer, I will still use my money or money donated through this page to pay for at least one abortion for a disadvantaged teenage girl each year for the rest of my life in the name of your mother. And in my will, I shall have a good portion of my estate turned into the Sarah J Palin Abortion Fund that will help girls from all walks of life from destroying their lives and our natural resources by having children.

You are not alone, Bristol. There are many of us out here who care.

Please show Bristol you care by either donating or signing the guestbook to let her know that there is true love for her outside of her current surroundings.


“In keeping with your mother’s superstition: Have the abortion, Go to confession, Still get to heaven…win-win! After all it is your choice not the choice of those ultra right wing nut jobs.”Don, It’s a round world last time I checked

“Shimmy you’re a faggot. She doesn’t want to have the little guy. Unborn fetus DOES NOT = Living baby. Fuck me horny.”Shimmy Bitch

“i think its wrong to have a abortion. you are killing a life! and why the hell would you take money to kill a part of yourself? dont do it. support life. dont take it away!! stay strong!! and fuck the rest of this stupid ass people”Shimmy, USA


“Bristol, can I piss on you?”R. Kelly, Philly

“EBAY!”Dave, Oklahoma, USA

“Bristol, have you considered doing preggo porn? There’s a pretty lucrative fetish market out there for it. I especially like it a pregnant gal’s nipples turn really dark and the areolas get as big as hamburger buns. Man, and when her nipples start leaking milk – HEAVEN! And with that sort of cash, you can tell your mother to go fuck herself in the ass with a broken beer bottle and do what you want. But don’t forget to use cocoa butter on your belly, twice a day, to avoid stretch marks. They’re fucking disgusting and will ruin your ability to earn the really big bucks. Sometimes, the faint ones aren’t too bad. They can be covered with makeup. But the ugly red jagged ones that leave your belly looking like a big pink avocado will end any pron stardom. And before I forget, right after you give birth, it’ll be really easy to get into fisting porn. If you need any advice to help you maximize your revenue stream from fetish porn, let me know, I’d be happy to help. I’m mainly an idea man but eventually I’d like to direct. Call me. Caio.”Juan, Los Estados Unidos

“Get me the fuck out of here!!”Bristol Palin’s Unborn Child, The Womb

“ummm i am bristol and i want to keep my baby… just like that madonna song… stop the hate dicks”dickshit, usa

“If I’d have know my idiot son would take up half the page, I would have slow roasted the fucker right on the hanger.” LL Cool J’s mother, Jamaica Queens

“Bristol should have the baby. Then give it to her mother to raise. “Here y’go, Mom – you wanted me to have it – you raise the fucking thing! Can I get a divorce now?””Leo Sasquatch, Scotland

“Cheer up Bristol! At least you mom’s not a blood thirsty reptilian Satanist…..oh wait….nevermind! Just remember….the little fucker will be dead inside anyway. “Dustin Payton, United States

“Bristol and her siblings Blanket, Spaghetti, Foot Stool and SlingShot should go away…..FOR EVER!”Aborted Fetus Collector, Here and There

“Just have the baby like they want you to, but never let the kid forget how unwanted it is! Parental resentment is the gift that keeps on giving!”Maren, USE I mean USA

“do us all a favor Bristol ,fall off the face of the planet with your man looking mother. Even if you don’t abort the baby at least let your mom raise it as your brother/sister…thats what country people would do right? No one cares about you. You are no different than the millions of other unwed teens in the world. “Nicci, USA

“Ah, so that is what the song is about: Verse 1 I know a fat girl, she wears a orange skirt You give her twenty dollars and you can do work She’ll take food stamps and a traveller’s cheque Because her hair and her face and her life’s a wreck She wears a bright blonde wig, some high heeled pumps She’s down in the dumps so she’s sellin’ her rump She’s a hot little momma and she works every day If you wanna pay to play, here’s where she stays She’s at the… Chorus (Bristol Hotel) Room 515 (The Bristol Hotel) Where that at? (Jamaica, Queens!) Verse 2 I seen her standin’ there, slutty as could be Offering the putty for a itty-bitty fee Every red light she’ll come over to your ride Or she’s standin’ in the doorway tellin’ you to come inside The Bristol Hotel, cos it ain’t no thing And her meat tastes better than Burger King Japanese executives in three-piece suits Glasses all foggy when they come in the place The girlies in the Bristol, they’re all in cahoots He fell asleep and got robbed, and cold chumped his face at the… Repeat chorus Verse 3 Party people check the story cos the story is I’ll It’s the story of two men, one Harold, one Bill They went inside the Bristol on a Saturday night Harold was cool but Bill felt uptight The girlies made attempts but Harold played it cool “Never ever rush, that’s the golden rule I been comin’ to the Bristol’s ten years of my life A-yo, what the hell? Yo, man that’s my wife!” (The…) Repeat chorus Verse 4 You see, a Bristol girl is a one of a kind And if you know her good enough she won’t make you stand on line She’ll let you inside, make you pay for the ride Take off her pants and then it smells like somebody died You say “What the heck”, because you already paid Not knowin’ that the guy that went before you had AIDS Bang bang boogie, she was so amusin’ Next week you’re at the clinic gettin’ blood transfusions At the… Repeat chorus (The Bristol Hotel) (till fade) “LL Cool J, Jamaica Queens

“Suck that motherfuckers brains out, break its legs and then throw it on top of your refrigerator!”Peejoe Hunchabunch, USA

“Bristol, honey…I think you misunderstood that newspaper headline that said “Bristol is full of sea men.” Next time, do like the Bush twins, and just go down on “Hot” Karl Rove and “Little” Dick Cheney.”Boner Simpson, Alaska

“Jesus died for your sins and your fetus can too! Send it back to heaven right now before it’s too late. “dave, Gitmo

“Have the baby….then sell it on ebay!!”Philip Oliver-Holz, USA

“Please donate to help this poor girl.”Blake, AMERICA

“Bristol, you can tell that your boyfriend is a Republican…he never knows when to pull out. You need to follow your mother’s example next time. Have a bunch of old, shrivelled up Republicans enjoy a nice bukake party with you. Feel feel to borrow one of Rudy Guiliani’s dresses. Hell, if you are lucky, maybe that transvestite Anne Coulter will honor you with a big load all over your chubby cheeks! Oh wait…this is the Republican party. You may need to do this in an airport men’s room in Minnesota, and pretend you are a young boy.”Hugh G. Rection, US

“Do you want to raise a child you will grow to resent because of your cock-sucking mom….or do you want to have a life and decide when the time is right for you to have a baby. Hard decisions seperate the strong from the cowardly. Jjust because you mom takes it in the ass doesn’t mean you have to. If you want to keep it because that’s what YOU want…then good for you. But don’t keep this baby because your mom is a recycled douche bag from a homeles shelter. Make your own choices. And make the ones best for you. Fuck everyone else. Including me.”The Handler, USA

“Do it Bristol. You don’t want to have another tard baby like you did before…I mean like your punch drunk cunt of a mother! P.S. It could prob be used as good fishing bait up there!”Carpo, U.S.A.

“Bristol, you and your baby-daddy both know you should have swallowed that child. Doug’s offering you an out. Take it. And tell that pig the lipstick doesn’t help.”Big Wes, USA

“I have no money, but I’ll take the blame if Sarah points the finger at me for “pushing” her down the stairs. Save us all some money!”JY, USA

“Or you could name it “Palin’s Pedophilia Prevention Program”….Pedophiles can’t molest an aborted fetus…well… it’s possible, however, I haven’t seen anything on fetus fucking in the news lately.”Chad Landers, U.S.A.

“In keeping with your mother’s superstition: Have the abortion, Go to confession, Still get to heaven…win-win! After all it is your choice not the choice of those ultra right wing nut jobs.”Don, It’s a round world last time I checked

“C’mon Bristol you think that guys really gonna stick with you once you have a blown out baby head sized vag? abort! Abort! ABORT!”Andrew, USA

“Nothing says freedom like an aborted fetus…”Faaz, Holland

“abort that little bastard or send it to Iraq…. “roy, USA

“Bristol, I want you to get pregnant with/immediately abort my baby. Stay strong. Much love from Baltimore.”Jason, Baltimore

“Just as some poor children are forced to keep their babies when they don’t want to, others need to be urged to make a smart choice for them. I applaud the fund, and only wish I could get pregnant so I could abort my child.”Dwar, USA

“Babies scare me. Dead babies make me laugh. You know what to do. hehe”Pepper, England…I think…

“Abortions – Thats Hot.”Katie, USA

“It’s legal killing! What more could you ask for? You’ll never get an adrenaline rush like that again. Ever.”Ben, You know where

“”””Dennis O’Brien, US

“”Cara McKinney, US

“Abort that fetus! You can always make another baby but you can’t get back those “threesome” years.”Steve Croyle, USA

“This is why I love you, Doug. FRRRRRRRRRRRUNKISS!”murch, Oregon

“Take a Limo to the clinic or take a taxi to the hospital, your choice! Ride with style!”King of Mooses, Alaska

“I’m jealous you have the option.”Lindsey, Iran

“I agree that she should get an abortion, not oly because she doesnt want the baby, but shes hot and it will ruin her body FOREVER.”bill brown, wanatah, indiana

“I’ll do better than donate…I’ll fly out there and kick you in the stomach, in the name of freedom, of course. “Casey, USA

“Keep it and club it as if it were a baby seal. That would give the right a large serving of their come up ins.”nathan, U.S.

“Right on! Lets help this young woman free herself from a life of certain depression. GET HER AWAY FROM HER MOTHER!”I. M. M., Minnesota, USA

“Doug, I will kill you if she aborts. And no, I don’t see the irony.”Bill O’Reilly, USofA

“WOW that was awesome i gotta say pro choice has never seemed sooo obviously the right thing. saying that good stuff i hope you make the right choice little palin”Ray, Canada

“Doug you have gone too far with this one. I didn’t think you could top yourself. Keep reaching for those aborted stars!”Nathan Lund, USA

“Stanhope For Prez 2012!”Chris, United States

“Although I’m al in favor of kick-starting abortions (good thing pregnant women ain’t that fast), I’m confused. Aren’t McCain/Palin elected the best guarantee for more people killed? Globally. Why aim at one fetus in Alaska when, if you guys play your cards right, everybody dies? Any idea how that would benefit the worlds natural resources? … Btw, you state ‘where I’d accidentally impregnated a girl’. Shouldn’t that be ‘surprisingly’? “YellaDawg, The Netherlands

“Honey glaze, I support your right to choice, quality choice. Besides, if it weren’t for Planned Parenthood, I don’t think I’d ever have survived a winter up here.”Stew Meats, USA

“abort abort abort abort! we do not need anymore unwanted children!”dre vicious, USA

“I support your choice and if need be… I have a picket fence which means I could have many, many, many steaks to battle your family with!”Denis, USA ( home of the free??? )

“You’re a genius, Stanhope!! I dont know why they canceled Man Show Version 2.0. Oh yeah… sucked.”Mike Few, Buttswanna

“Im with you doug! Lets help her out!!”Christopher, U.S.A U.S.A U.S.A!!!!!!!!!!!!

“I will offer two tickets to Wrestlemania and a year supply of Strawberry Nestle Quick if Bristol is willing to terminate this unborn lamb of god.”Old Man Factory, Minnesota

“I aborted a half pound of bile and bacteria out of my ass, then i ate it. “Rin Tin Tin, USA

“I remember my first child. The little nose, the thin hair. The cute way it seemed he was dancing when you shook the jar up. Ah, those were the days. Little Simon Sno-Globe Fetus Freedom. Word to the wise, glass isn’t that durable when you check luggage.”Jack Freedom, America F.Y!.

“I EAT BABIES!!!!!”Letta Williams, Icelandic Hut

“I’ll gladly contribute half for ANYONE who wants to have an abortion.”BLL, USA

“This cloud background is so soothing. I once thought of going to the abortion clinic and charging the pro-lifers to keep my “baby”. But I was too lazy so oh well. “susan, usa

“The only thing better than buying booze for teenagers is buying them a trip to the Freedom Vacuum. I salute you Doug Stanhope, true American!”Dave Saleh, USA

“Hey Bristol, there is a very good chance that you will squirt out a tardo like your sister Sarah…I mean your mom (wink, wink, nudge, nudge). Mono…that’s adorable!”Jason James, The Country God Cheers For!

“Before you make your final decision, Bristol, I think it’s very important to consider the obvious fact that retard babies do run in your family… “Brenda, USA

“Once you have a kid your life is OVER. Have an abortion before the right to have control over your uterus is taken away!”Kat, USA

“Next time take it in the ass. Don’t you know that’s REALLY how Republicans are born??!!”Kate Davis, America-Fuck Yeah

“Count me in for 10 bucks,the little Demon child must DIE!”mauser johnson, usa

“Did Bristol SAY she doesn’t want this baby?? You people are nuts. In response to an earlier post, about Republicans will kill bears and wolves but not an unborn baby…interesting that Dems will kill unborn babies but not wolves and bears…what is this world coming to? “Jane, USA

“i want to be you moms lewinsky so bad, ill even wear a blue dress and she could come all over it”philip again

“You do not exist for the glorification of your progenitors. “Stullberg, USA

“Take stanhopes money, then sell the wretched lil squirm on ebay…”philip

“I’ll donate 5000 dollars if I can have the fetus.”Boyd Wright, United States

“I will definitely be shoving this around to different message boards. Not only is abortion a good option, but it should be illegal for a crazy ass right winger to procreate at any age.”Anthony, The cock hanging off the USA (Florida)

“alaska is still part of the united states, make the right choice while you still have the chance… it could be the very last one you make with some importance to your future.”Jeff Davis, United States

“Please consider this opportunity to end it all for your bastard kid. Realistically it’s cheaper to get a slightly used kid from the orphanage and the church will love you more for it. “Christian Ernst, US mo-fucking A

“Wah da tah, my damie.”Pootie Tang, USA

“This baby is yours Doug!”Bristol Palin, United States of Alaska

“Trust me…it feels great to kill a baby…DO IT!!!lol”Nick, Texas USA

“Make the choice that feels right to you and no-one else.”R.T.B, UNamerican

“It’s not too late for a little Spring cleaning. Get rid of unnecessary earth-clutter now, before it becomes a shit-monster with a social security number.”Duane M, USA

“This type of wit is why I consider Doug the lead conductor in the living choir of discord. Thanks, man.”Scott, Texas

“I support your free choice 100% and would offer a donation but I have three tiredless mouths to feed. Some choices haunt you for years and years and years and years……”vance farrell, u.s.

“fuck what everyone else thinks, do what the fuck you want…. its your life, and you have to live with your decisions long after everyone whos telling you what to do is dead…. becides, you can always have kids later. dont grow up too fast, getting old sucks so live it up”matt, usa

“Abortion Now! Not Shake the Baby Later!”David, USA

“Bristol… my thighs just fell asleep. That’s what happens when you’re SO OLD. My point is…you’re young…sorry, what were we talking about? I want to do your mom in the throat box.”John McCain, US {pow} of A

“I support you choice, you have the right to make decisions pertaining to your own body! So make the right choice and abort now, because America is over crowded and the last thing we need is another child raised in a Republican household.”Jennifer, USA

“I will stand behind you Bristol!”Roland A. Duby, usa

“A very wise man once said, “Take one in the fanny, save money on a nanny.””J, Am-urica

“Falling down a flight of stairs is like the baby’s first steps. “Alex, US and A

“Bristol, whatever YOU choose I support, however I dont support the efforts of your narrow minded, douche bag,dumbass cunt of a mother trying to take our freedoms and choices away!!! Sarah Palin stay in Alaska where the fuck you belong please dont disgrace our fine city, Bush has done enough of that already!!!!!!”Eric, MARYLAND

“Technically, every sperm cell is a human life……… at least, potential human life, just like an egg is a potential human life. At the very least, you have to realize that the whole ‘conception’ thing is horseshit, because a sperm cell is a potential life. So is a carbon chain. How far should we take this, down to the string theory? Do whatever you want to do folks, because there is no way to stop a man from letting millions of sperm cells die each day, multiply that by the male population of the world, and see where you are at. Or, try the same with carbon chains. Doug, good idea. But we have to make sure she sees the offer.”Alex, USA

“Doug said it all. If your not ready, then do what is needed. “James, USA

“Please don’t make more of your kind that’s not fair to the rest of us.”OGtravis, US

“I think it is immoral,unethical, and plain wrong all the way around to belong to a group or party who feels the need to mandate their personal morals based on thier faith to the rest of the nation. Not every one believes the same as you. I dont believe in sexism or bigotry which christianity supports. If you dont believe gays should marry then dont marry one. If you dont believe in abortion dont have one, but Dont tell me what to do! If you want to get married and have youre child thats youre choice but know You have less then a twenty percent chance of a successfull marrige with youre teenage boyfriend, statistically speaking. All the money the conservitives have poored into abstinance progams has statistically failed even for the daughter of one!”Scott Anders, U.S.A.

“Jesus will love you no matter what you decide. If you are old enough to get pregnant, you are an adult in the eye of the lord. Make your own decision.”Suzanna, USA

“Gitter done Bristol. Kill the baby… kill the baby…”Robert Nelson Lynn II, U.S.A.

“This country is so deep in the toilet, it’s hard to give a shit about anything anymore. Drill, baby drill!”Buck Futtner, 9/11

“I have a very tall steep staircase if you like, or I am also willing to donate the hanger I use in tough situations….please call me, my whole house hold is rooting for your lose!~XOXO”Corin, US

“Next time swallow. “Chad, USA

“Can’t she just drink a lot and make the fetus abort itself. That way it’s God’s will and everyone will be happy. Then she will be open for me to re-impregnate again. “Slappy White, USA

“Vote McCain and be crucified at judgement day said thou lord 10,000 years ago, yeah, god talked to me and told me to vote for Obama.”Matt, USA

“Oddly enough, I aborted an unwanted pregnancy even though my mother was running on the Republican ticket for VP. If I can do it, so can you!”John, The United States of Abortion

“Personally, I wish I had the power to abort a fetus. Being a guy, I’m stripped of this awesome pleasure. On a serious note, if people weren’t fucking nutty and accepted that they don’t have any parenting skills, we’d have a lot less societal problems (IE Population growth, poverty, crime, black people, etc.) YAY ABORTION!!!!”Joe, California, US

“I volunteer my coat hanger”Reverend Clint, USA

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“25000 bucks?! Do you know how many wet-dry shop-vaccuums that can buy? Enough to take out a whole potential generation!”Scott Glasspool, Antarctica

“If only your mom supported easily available birth control and comprehensive sex ed programs you might not be knocked up! That must have been embarassing standing hand in hand with the guy who slimed his way into your panties for the whole world to see during the RNC!”Jonathan Snyder, The people’s republic of Colorado

“May mother earth bless Stanhope and your decision should you flush whatever living or non-living tissue that you want out of YOUR body. Always remember: It’s your body, do whatever you want with it. And fuck all that tell you differently. If god didn’t want you to abort, let him or her tell you over the phone, or at least leave a message on your machine.”Scott Weiss, What the hell am I doin’ in Jersey, USA

“Doug, where the fuck were you when I had to take food and gas money to pay for abortions?!? Glad you are setting up this fund for any knocked up broad who can’t afford it. Keep up the good work!”Danielle, United States

“Bristol. Sorry I have put you in this position. It must be hard on you. But in my defense, I couldnt pull out. it felt too good. Vacuum that devil child out of that filthy box of yours!!!!!!!”Will The Trill, USA

“It’s not a walk of shame, when you leave the “shame” in the dumpster…”Gov, USA

“Bristol, I applaude your “choice” to get fucked and cast at least a little doubt on your grossly under-qualified, nazi, wretched cunt of a mother. Bravo. “Karen, Divided States of Embarrassment

“I know a Chinese herbalist who would love to have that fetus in a jar on his top shelf.”Jeremy, Zaire

“At seventeen I too knocked up my girlfriend, without dealy or a word of hesitation we got an abortion and life has been great ever since. Later she started dating a homeless guy and has since had his child, but the important thing is that it was her choice to do so and that I’m not listlessly ricocheting from one dead-end job to the next scrounging from diapers and piss-yellow Gerber paste. There are too many fucking mouth-breathers choking this planet as is Bristol, you shouldn’t be coerced into squeezing out another for policy consistency. “Christopher Johnston, USA

“Wouldn’t it be ironic if the baby comes out half black? “Jerry, United States

“your unwanted fetus is almost as qualified for the republican VP nomination as your mother. do the world a favor and abort both of them. “muchacho, United States


“Obama in 08!”timmy2kx, U.S.

“”muchacho, United States

“Get the abortion, go on with your life. You have plenty of time after you go to college or get a job to raise a family. It’s not fair to cap your life off at 18. Not to you or your boyfriend. I feel sorry for you. “Eve, USA

“I’m finding myself extremely attracted to the brunette in the red dress sitting next to Bristol. I’d like to slide my penis between her warm, soft thighs and into her moist, wet box of pink. Am I weird, just horny or both?”Rockwriter, United States

“Do it now, before your mom’s running mate overturns Roe v. Wade!”Geoff B., United Snakes of America

“According to Sarah Palin (and god, apparently) it’s fine to kill bears and wolves for fun, but not to terminate an unwanted foetus… I hope you can find the strength to resist your planned shotgun birth.”Owen, UK

“Bristol – Take the money. Do what you couldn’t do for your first child… I mean, brother.”Tricia, USA

“bristol, want revenge? you will… and when you do, I’m here for you… always remember – porn is a super way to express that rage.”Shane Bugbee, USA

“Listen gal…. you are in a privledged position… just like many people have mused in the past as to travelling back in time and killing Hitler for the sake of all he hurt…. you my dear Bristol could abort your unwanted child…. relieve yourself of the imprisonment of being a teenage mother and halt the rapid rise of an egomaniac into a political system already saturated with them…. abort and ruin the Rebulicans rise… just think if that mad-man Mcain dies (he is 72) then your lunatic mother will be trying to make many other girls, much less priveledge than you endure your turmoil…. and she’ll have that wagging fuckin finger of hers on the button… do the right thing… grab the hover”Robert Walker, Uk

“Kill your baby and your Pig in lipstick mothers false career.”B@stard, England


“follow your heart, straight to the abortion clinic.”lucas, usa

“Bristol, after we have removed that uncomfortable growth from your uterus, I would be happy to help you in your new life. In fact, to build your confidence in your new resolution, I would gladly supply my own endless seed so that you can have abortion after abortion, further distancing yourself from the insane right wing and your sick, sick mother. In the bed, the car, even the occasional movie theater, my unclad member thrusting warm into every orifice on your body, shooting my gooey fountain of cum-juice into every bodily cavity. We’d hold hands and walk down to the clinic, basking in the freedom earned by your dead brother and the grenade he jumped on. Forget promise rings sweetie, lets hit Vegas.”Doyle, USA!

“This is a great thing you are doing Stanhope. Yes, 25,000 dollars is a lot of money. But one less conservative in the world is priceless”Ryan C, USA

“What happened did he say one of the following lines? “Don’t worry honey I’ll pull out at the last second” Or Gee honey I was going to pull out but the phone rang and it startled me””Frank H, USA

“Bristol, do whatever the hell you want. If you decide “fuck what mom says,” then good for you. Ball’s in your court. Baby’s in YOUR stomach, ain’t it? Keep your eyes peeled for the new documentary about Margaret Sanger, of the first proponents of abortion and birth control!”Max, USA

“Thank god for abortion Now I can buy that HD TV I wanted, 52 inches”Frank H, USA

“Jesus Loves You! No More Silent Screams! Does your baby get poked in the head by your baby’s daddy?”Vegas702, USA

“We already have enough hockey playing redneck douche bags in the world. “Chris cubas, USA

“If I’m a reporter and I get to interview Sarah Palin, my first question: “Does abstinence only sex education work?””Brian, USA USA USA USA USA

“You’re mom is a lunatic. Live your life.”Matt Tate, UNITED STATES

“May whatever god your going to piss-off bless you. Even if a law and much of America are against abortion, there’s never been a law against falling down a flight of stairs. Just say…….. Bristol, whatever choice your mother and the rest of right-wing America is going to make for you, please post your abortion or birth on youtube. In the words of Paris Hilton, “that be hot!””Adam, USA / Denver, CO

“”Timothy M. Malnar, U.S.

“I made the choice to abort and got a free stay at the Marriot. Its all good.”liz, usa

“this is such a great outpouring of charity and goodwill! only in america! enjoy your rights before your mom gets elected to be part of an administration that will do its best to shit on what’s left of ‘em.”josh, new jersey

“Sarah Palin said that Bristol made that “decision” as a family. What’s another word for “decision.” Hmmm… lemme think. Oh yea. CHOICE. Oddly enough, something she wants to take away. Keep the choice alive!”Dan, USA

“I want to open a Planned Parenthood/Planned Pizza joint. Free breadsticks with every abortion! And don’t forget about mystery meat Tuesday!”Tommy Two-times, USA

“Bristol, I so support your “choice” to keep the baby and marry the hockey player. Of course, if it was up to your douchbag, bug eyed, salmon vagina smelling mother you wouldn’t have that choice! “Nate, US fucking A

Dear Mr. Obama: Freedom Is ALWAYS Worth The Price

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Perhaps the best and most moving commercial/homemade YouTube of the campaign season. It’s a must-see!

Written by Ridgeliner7

Thursday, September 11, 2008 at 3:29:52 PM


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