December 06, 2008

It sucks to be an Obama supporter



Before the election I was making the case with friends and family that there was no real difference between Obama and McCain (aka Bush). Over at truthdig.com (a so-called "liberal" blog) they are smelling the stench of republican neo-conism emanating from the Obama camp. They smell betrayal while I'm (sadly) being proven correct. Obama will keep the American empire in tact (kill more arabs!) and will continue to have the deficit spending and bailouts coming.

Check it out for yourselves:

Obama chooses Wall Street over Main Street - Bush's economic policy

Will Obama Stay the Course? (Yes) - Bush's foreign policy

Confronting the Terrorists Within - explains the truth about the "war on terror" and how Obama's embrace of Bush's murderous language spells doom for all of us!


One note about picking Hillary for Secretary of State. Many can argue that Obama beat Hillary in the primary because he was against the Iraq War from the start while Hilary refused to apologize for supporting and voting to authorize it. Therefore in a nutshell, the Democratic base chose Obama over Hillary because he was better than her on foreign policy. The voters had spoken!
What does Obama do as soon as he is elected president? He hands Hillary the keys to our foreign policy. The voters have been jipped!

Does this make any sense? If you are truly anti-war then you have best to jump ship now and forever forsake the Democratic war party before they eat your soul and wreck your sanity!

Click here For an anti-war perspective on Obama's (predicted) betrayal of his "liberal" base.

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November 05, 2008

Florida's 3rd Party Presidential Results

A total of about 59,131 voters can rest with a clean conscience in Florida for not having endorsed Obama or McCain. According to the Florida Dept of Elections here were the top 2008 Presidential vote winners:

1) Nader / Gonzalez: 26,537

2) Barr / Root: 16,240

3) Baldwin / Castle: 7,524

4) McKinney / Clemente: 2,690

5) Keyes / Rohrbough: 2,379

6) La Riva / Puryear: 1,428

In 2004 61,744 voters chose a 3rd party candidate. Until all the votes are officially counted in Florida it will seem that Obama's popularity and Bush-fatigue may have cost the non War Party candidates a few votes this year. More work needs to be done to wean the public off the Demo-Publican duopoly of tyranny!

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FL-21: Martinez looses badly to Diaz Balart

In other election news, Democrat Raul Martinez, with all of the name recognition in the world, about a MILLION dollars, support from the national Democratic party and exposure all over the news... got beat like a dog!

Martinez with all of his money and attention received practically the same results as Lincoln's last opponent, Libertarian-Democrat Frank Gonzalez!

Frank Gonzalez barely had money (I think it was less than $10k), had NO TV commercials, NO media exposure, NO name recognition (compared to Martinez who was the former Mayor of Hialeah), and NO support from the national Democratic party and he still won 41% of this tough district.

Again, congrats to Frank J. Gonzalez for the tough and intelligent race he ran in 2006 against the hideous Republican who represents Florida's 21'st district.

Had the DNC (and DailyKos) flooded Frank's campaign in '06 with the money and attention they gave Martinez we would have eliminated the fascist Diaz-Balart long ago.

Lets hope Frank Gonzalez gives this district another shot and the DNC and the Ron Paul supporters give him a bigger financial boost next time around.

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September 25, 2008

Obama & McCain: Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dumb!

Yes McBama is Dumb and Dumber on both the cause and the solution of the Great Depression II:

Our one-party system is complicit in yet another crime against the American people. The two major party candidates for president themselves initially indicated their strong support for bailouts of this kind – another example of the big choice we’re supposedly presented with this November: yes or yes. Now, with a backlash brewing, they’re not quite sure what their views are. A sad display, really.


The debate between Obama and McCain on economics is going to be about regulations and more regulations. One will call it something like "common sense regulations" and the other will propose "broad or sweeping regulations", all bullshit.

Any man, woman, child, organization, political party or country that seriously believes it can control or "save" the economy is full of it. It's like proclaiming that you can control the weather. Yeah you could probably seed a few clouds and make rain but you can never contain the full force of the weather, nor the economy.

The market will sort itself out if only we could leave it alone. In Friday's presidential debates you'll only see McBama trying to out-do himself on further meddling of the economy.

America gets the president she deserves.

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September 10, 2008

Ron Paul shits on Obama and McCain

Today Ron Paul is calling on all Americans to reject the two-party cartel that has turned our presidential elections into a pissing match between two evils. No matter how you look at it you're still voting for evil. In a nutshell this is Ron Paul's reasoning behind rejecting Obama and Mcain... I agree wholeheartedly with him:

We cannot expect withdrawal of troops from Iraq or the Middle East with either of the two major candidates. Expect continued involvement in Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Georgia. Neither hints of a non-interventionist foreign policy. Do not expect to hear the rejection of the policy of supporting the American world empire. There will be no emphasis in protecting privacy and civil liberties and the constant surveillance of the American people. Do not expect any serious attempt to curtail the rapidly expanding national debt. And certainly, there will be no hint of addressing the Federal Reserve System and its cozy relationship with big banks and international corporations and the politicians.

There is only one way that these issues can get the attention they deserve: the silent majority must become the vocal majority.


Even before Ron Paul announced that he was going to make this joint press conference with the major 3rd party candidates I already was leaning towards supporting the Green Party candidate Cynthia McKinney. Check out some of the other candidates as well if you care about truly abolishing the evil American empire that provokes more war and homicide worldwide.

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July 12, 2008

McBama


McBama actually looks like Hugo Chavez. This creepy bastard has promised more war and more violations of civil liberties.

McBama said:
I will do everything in my power to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. (hint, hint)

McBama also famously sang:
Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran


McBama also voted to allow the Bush Crime Family to continue to spy on us.

McBama also wrote an article where he essentially drools all over another illegal-war conducting, constitution-shredding republican fuck-tard: Abe Lincoln.

These and many more promises of war and homicide and keeping the American empire intact is why we must oppose this jerk. McBama will guarantee more wars, no liberty. God bless America! (Get McBama T-shirts and bumper stickers here)

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February 06, 2008

Ron Paul Revolution Report Card

As of Super Tuesday here are Ron Paul's national results:
StateVotesPercentDelegatesPlace
Montana:40025%02nd
Nevada:6,08714%42nd
North Dakota:2,08221%53rd
Maine:85119%03rd
Alaska:1,95517%53rd
Iowa:11,81710%25th


With the other states, so far, Ron Paul garnered about less than 10% of the vote while placing 4th or lower. In these top races, with Paul snatching up close to 20% of the vote in a 4-way race you can see that he's got a powerful base of support that made a difference in the primaries. Had the races not all been "winner take all" you'd see Ron Paul banking more delegates.

So far these results are more than I expected from the Republicans but I'm not surprised either. Remember, this is the party that nominated and supported the Bush Crime Family: twice! Ron Paul even got booed at some Republican event for mentioning that Jesus was known as the Prince of Peace. He got booed for that!

The fight for liberty and peace was a tough one from the start. The D.C. sewer and the Military Industrial Gravy Train will not go down without a fight either. We're succeeding at waking up our fellow citizens this year. We now have a stronger foundation than ever before and have many successes that we will continue to build on.

I pray that Ron Paul will get some speaking time at the GOP convention in St. Paul and continue to stir up more support for our cause.

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February 05, 2008

Super Tuesday Ron Paul BlackOut!




Ron Paul, the candidate who broke John Kerry's all-time single day fund raising record, beat Guliani at every turn in the primaries, out fund raised his opponents in the 3rd quarter, damn near won or finished strong in the Louisiana, Nevada, and Maine contests... and yet still if you ask the two major South Florida News Papers... he's not even running.

Two newspapers, two publishers, two different markets, the same media bias.

The photos of today's front pages tell it all. For those of you who want to vote for change you can clearly see that Ron Paul must have struck a real nerve with the establishment if he's caused this widespread reaction.

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January 27, 2008

Scenes from the Revolution in Florida

Sorry folks, this is not Rudy Country... it's the front lines of the Ron Paul Revolution. The record-breaking peacefully revolution that has united both Republicans who voted for Bush twice and Democrats who DID NOT vote for Bush twice (true story!). I'll give you a few shots of how the revolution is taking over South Florida and a few ideas for the Ron Paul grassroots supporters:


SOUTH BEACH, FL



Little Havana, FL



Some Tapped Phone in FL





Random Super Market Newsstands (Leave magazines open to Ron Paul interviews and articles for the public to see.)


At a drive-thru Bank Teller in Ft. Lauderdale, FL


Movie Theater in Miami Lakes, FL

The traditional media may ignore the revolution but 'We the People' are well aware of what is happening. Lets hope the masses that support Ron Paul can remain organized and motivated to keep movement going no mater what happens in November. The Bush Crime Family and the D.C. sewer will not give up power that easily. Never give up!

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January 08, 2008

The 9/11 Plot Thickens - Ron Paul right again!



Word on the street is that our own government is selling nuclear secrets to Pakistan, Turkey and Israel. Why am I not surprised?


Watch the video with Sibel Edmonds and her testimony on how your tax dollars are again funding the next "terrorist" attack on the USA. Ron Paul is the only candidate that I've ever seen on TV and in the debates ever utter the words "Military Industrial Complex". He fully understands how dangerous it is to have these war-profiteering vultures circling D.C. while awaiting their next murderous meal at our expense.

Obama may speak of change but he won't go far enough to prevent a future George W. Bush or future Woodrow Wilson from involving us in another useless and horrible war.

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December 17, 2007

Daily Kos Ignoring Ron Paul will be its Downfall!

So yesterday's Tea Party was historic! $6 Million in the bank - breaking John Kerry's record. We're talking about John Kerry with the friggin' Democratic Party Machine + Major Dissatisfaction with the Bush Crime Family + Media News Outlets Spreading the word far and wide + No other "liberal" candidates left carry the "progressive" torch. Even with all of that in John Kerry's favor we pulled off $5.7 million in a single day while Ron Paul pulled that off with VOLUNTEERS!!!

Are you all fucking kidding me? And not a fucking peep over at Daily Kos! The only dairy I found this morning was way at the bottom of the list and hardly being recommended. The Daily Kos gang is ignoring Ron Paul just like the Republicans did and I had to leave the following comment:



Daily Kos Ignoring Ron Paul will be its own downfall. I used to visit DK daily in the run up to the 2004 elections. I even blogged often, commented often, participated in Democracy for America and Democratic Party meetings, the whole nine yards. The typical liberal life-long democrat activist. But the bullshit the Dems have pulled this year after we fought tooth and nail to win back congress in '06 has left many of us disgruntled.

Ron Paul's revolution is an authentic people-powered movement, like the kind Kos described in his "Crashing the Gate" book (that I purchased early and read and still want my free drink from Kos when I meet him someday). Ignoring the Paul revolution is going to bite Daily Kos in the ass.

Paul is peeling away so many talented and passionate democrats and activists that Obama and Hilary are already feeling the effects. Paul had twice as much online activity than Obama and Paul has more meetup groups than the Dem front runners.

Ignore the revolution at your own peril.


Amen!

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May 20, 2007

Aint that sump'n? The people love Ron Paul!



Democrats AND Republican alike. Read the blogs, read the youtube comments out there. I'm reading about left-wing youngsters actually agreeing with their far-right grandparents and elders on Ron Paul. Add to the fact that Ron Paul's web activity, web hits, and grassroots attention is exploding. Even the ladies on The View were debating and supporting Ron Paul.

What is so sad (and obvious the the American Public) is how the traditional media is shitting on Paul. They are shooting themselves in the foot over this. That's why Ron Paul's name is the most searched item on Technorati (the unofficial portal for the blogosphere) because "we the people" are the only ones providing the honest coverage of the Ron Paul Revolution.

I'll have to confess that I just gave $25 to Ron Paul's campaign thru his website. That's my first political donation of the 2008 cycle. And here I was thinking that maybe Bill Richardson or Obama was gonna get my cash first. When people speak the truth funny things happen. I want to wait and see how this long election turns out before I commit any more money to any candidate.

By the way, Ron Paul is more popular on YouTube than ANY candidate in this election.. except for Obama. Imagine that!

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April 29, 2007

Must See TV: Why Hillary is full of Shit!

My mind has been made up for a long time about Hillary Clinton. She's full of shit whenever she tries to justify her vote for authorizing force against Iraq. She allowed congress to piss away it's constitutional authority to wage war and placed it squarely in the hands of the Bush Crime Family.

Fuck Hillary!

I still wish Russ Feingold would have ran for president... but I do understand why he decided to remain in the senate instead.

Check out this PBS special highlighting how the media fell for the lies that led us to this disastrous war. Surprising, even to me, was how many reporters were highly skeptical of the propaganda and how often their articles were buried and ignored. The facts were out there and the opposition did exist. I had no idea that many, including Senator Kennedy, expressed their doubts publicly and gave warnings of how this adventure in Iraq would be disastrous. I guess I wasn't paying much attention back then.

Again, Hillary should have known better. We pay these congress critters to stay up on these things and do what's best for our country. Fuck her and fuck these rat bastards who fed us this propaganda and the plate full of lies that has lead to so much death and destruction.

Watch the PBS special and you'll see why I'm so angry. Peace!

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January 22, 2007

Leaning towards Richardson for President...

Nuff' said:

Gov. Richardson's resume speaks for itself: a two-term governor of New Mexico, a key battleground state; a seven-term congressman; a former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations under Bill Clinton; a former Secretary of Energy under Bill Clinton; and a former chairman of the Democratic Governors' Association. He has executive, legislative and international experience, all essential ingredients for a successful president.

Richardson, as the only Hispanic contender, has the greatest chance of instituting immigration reform (he supports comprehensive immigration reform), he can win the Hispanic vote in swing states such as Florida and he can attract Republican moderate crossover voters. He has clout in energy policy, as the former energy secretary and proponent of alternate fuels to help solve America's oil dependency. He has cut taxes and expanded jobs in New Mexico and enjoys the libertarian Cato Institute's top ranking of any Democrat for fiscal and economic policy. Also, he would dominate New Mexico in any national election, a state that tilted toward Bush in 2004. Richardson's regional notoriety could shift Colorado and Arizona, both competitive Bush-leaning states.


Since Senator Russ Feingold (the only candidate I would have bent over backwards to get elected) announced he wasn't running I haven't seen any other Democratic candidate worth taking serious. Clinton, Obama, Edwards... nah, I'm not too excited (for various reason that I might explain latter). Still, (with the exception of Clinton) I'd vote for any Democrat over ANY Republican (with the exception of Ron Paul). I'm glad to see there's finally a candidate who I'd consider advocating for in the upcoming elections: Bill Richardson.

I'll admit that I don't know too much about Bill Richardson at this point, but based and what's out there he's more qualified and experienced for handling the executive branch than the gang of senators who are seeking the presidency. Also, I checked out Bill's intro video in spanish and I'm glad to see a serious candidate who can articulate fluently en español. The Bush brothers piss me off when they speak their choppy-ass spanish. I also appreciate his respect for state's rights and his ability to negotiate with dictators and weirdos on an international level. A skill we desperately need after watching Dubya McChimpy and Secratary of State Chevron Rice diplomatically shit on just about everyone on earth.

Remember, we're not governed by angels and none of these candidates are saints, they all have their personal problems and potential downfalls. The best candidate for me is ultimately... me! Anyways... unless I find out otherwise, I'll say that Bill Richardson's the candidate I can tollerate the most. He's unfortunately a drug warrior, but I'll settle for that if it means Energy Independence becomes a top priority of the White House.

Still I know better than to depend on the federal government to solve my problems, much less the president.

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