Bennett’s Idea To Abort Black Babies Missed Killing Obama

June 24, 2008

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Degenerate gambler and CNN side kick Bill Bennett wrote an op-ed piece critical of Barack Obama’s foreign policy. Simply based on Billy’s past racisit comments it’s safe to say the piece is derived from Bennet’s ethnic prejudice. Why is he on CNN? I’m fearful of that answer. If he wants to abort black babies to reduce crime he must just LOVE the thought of one of those poor innercity black babies growing up to be President Of The United States.

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Polls Show Republican Support and Enthusiasm Dying

June 13, 2008


The Republican party may face tough times at the polls come November, according to results of a new national survey.

A CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Survey out Friday indicates that 2008 may not be a good year for Republicans up and down the ticket, even though most national surveys indicate the race for the White House between Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama is quite close right now.

Sixty-three percent of Democrats questioned say they are either extremely or very enthusiastic about voting this year. Only 37 percent of Republicans feel the same way, and 36 percent of Republicans say they are not enthusiastic about voting.

“Republicans are far less enthusiastic about voting than Democrats are, and enthusiasm has plummeted among GOPers since the start of the year,” said Keating Holland, CNN polling director. “There was already an ‘enthusiasm gap’ in January, when Democrats were 11 points higher than GOPers on this measure. Now, that gap has grown to 26 points.”

“Bottom line: After eight years of the Bush presidency, Republicans are demoralized,” said Bill Schneider, CNN senior political analyst.

Fifty-three percent of registered voters questioned in the poll say they think that Obama, D-Illinois, will win the election, with 43 percent saying that McCain, R-Arizona, will win.

“In recent elections, the public has a good track record at predicting the outcome of presidential elections. Most polls which asked this same question in 2000 and 2004 showed more Americans predicting a victory by George W. Bush over John Kerry or Al Gore. The public also correctly forecast that Bill Clinton would beat Bob Dole in 1996,” Holland said.

In the battle for Congress, 54 percent of those questioned say they would vote for the Democrat in their congressional district, with 44 percent saying they’d vote for the Republican candidate.

“Democrats lead Republicans by 10 points in the congressional vote. At this point in 2006, the Democratic lead was seven points. Democrats went on to win a landslide in 2006,” Schneider said.

Another question hovering over this year’s campaign: Race. Forty-two percent say Obama’s race will make it more difficult for him to get elected, with 57 percent disagreeing.

“That concern is higher among Democrats, at 48 percent, than Republicans, at 36 percent,” Schneider said.
The CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll was conducted by telephone on June 4 and 5, with 1,035 adult Americans questioned. The survey’s sampling error is plus or minus 3 percentage points for the overall sample and 5 percentage points for the answers of just Democrats or Republicans.

This story was originally found on CNN.COM

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Jack Cafferty wants to know: What Will Hillary Do Now?

May 7, 2008

CNN’s Jack Cafferty needs to be on air MUCH MUCH MUCH more than he is now. His candor is a missing necessity when it comes to the many facets of an ever changing news media. If he’s EVER pandered it would be the first I’ve ever heard of it. I’ve never responded to any of his BLOGS but one question in particular got me oh so restless. After last night’s primary results Jack asked;

What Will Hillary Do Now?

My answer;

Mental illness is an issue that is all too often overlooked in this country. Our streets are littered with homeless… most suffering some form of mental illness. Hillary Clinton should stay in as long as her dementia persists or as long as it takes for her to get the proper mental care… so kudos to the Clintons for bringing this problem to the forefront of the democratic primary race. She should be rewarded not shunned. Unfortunately if she doesn’t get the care needed and remove herself from this election process she may find herself homeless (metaphorically speaking of course).

This was found on CNN.COM on the The Cafferty File

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CNN’s Richard Quest Playing With Ropes

April 22, 2008

This is VIDEO of the The CNN anchor (Richard Quest) that got arrested in Central Park with a bag of methamphetamine and a rope around his neck and genitals. HERE, HE IS PLAYING WITH A ROPE! Did he do this in the park?

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CNN Reporter Richard Quest Found With Rope Around His Balls

April 19, 2008

The blog story of the week so far, and it’s only Monday, CNN anchor Richard Quest was arrested Friday after being stopped in Central Park after curfew. The 46 year-old Quest was apprehended 3:40 on Friday morning for possession of methamphetamine. It’s also been reported that at the time of his arrest Quest had a sex toy in his boot and… a rope tied around his neck with the other end of the rope secured around his genitals. How those facts came to light we don’t know. Quest has been ordered to drug counseling. The misdemeanor charges will be dropped upon completion of the drug treatment. We wish you all the best Richard.

He wasn’t joking around!

If you’re gonna get arrested, that sure is a memorable way to do it!

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*** From what I can tell, this gives a whole new meaning to choking the chicken. Ouch!


DNC Sues To Stop McCain Heist

April 15, 2008

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With all the divisive fighting between Clinton and Obama McCain is slowly creeping from the top bedroom window with the jewels in his sack. OK, perhaps it’s not quite that nefarious but this story is pivotal. After eight horrific years of the American people being stonewalled and lied to (regularly) by its leader(s) this year’s elections are about Change (which translates to TRUTH). This year the American people would like to insert a leader that can hold a little accountability.

 

The DNC is not asking for an indictment, they do not claim to know all the facts. The DNC is asking for all the facts. The DNC’s official statement from the DNC’s Executive Director Tom McMahon on CNN reads; “Despite Sen. McCain’s apparent belief that the reforms he championed apply to everyone but himself, there is a compelling public interest in determining whether Sen. McCain agreed to participate in the matching funds program so he could get a loan for his campaign, then violated the terms of that agreement so he could ignore the spending cap and raise unlimited money from lobbyists and special interests…”

 

The Federal Elections Commission (FEC) MUST investigate the going’s-on with John McCain. If, he in fact broke laws or even bent them to his liking, he should be held accountable before he manufactures false data to justify a war. His lack of candor or perhaps even his honesty will be indicative of his Presidency should he win the nomination. And crooked, manipulated facts are plentiful and served up regularly by its leaders here in the United States, a little truth and honesty would serve us all better now and in the long run. So McCain, drop the jewels and come clean NOW! Leave the double talking, truth bending egregious BS to our current Commander-In-Chief.

 

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/04/14/dnc.mccain/index.html

 

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