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One of the.. I think, tragedies of the civil rights movement was, um, because the civil rights movement became so court focused I think there was a tendancy to lose track of the political and community organizing and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalition of powers through which you bring about redistributive change ... - Barack Obama, 2001

Redistribution of Wealth? That's not the America I know. Too bad the news media is too chicken to follow up on this for fear of being punished by the Obama campaign.

More stuff they're too afraid to pursue:

PLUMBERGATE - After embarrassing "The One" by asking a single question that exposed Obama as being a Socialist, state government computers in Ohio were used to dig up any "dirt" on "Joe the Plumber" they could find.

Richard Nixon was driven from office by a botched burglary he didn't even know about but chose to cover up.

Will the source of this shameless invasion of property be discovered before the election, and to whom the information was forwarded?

Will this send a chill up the spines of people, causing them to wonder who's listening to what they say, and how far they'll go to punish them if they say the wrong thing?

RASHID KHALIDI & VIDEOGATE - I've mentioned the anti-Israel pro-Palestinian Rashid several times as one of the questionable associations he's had over his career (Obama has denied any "close association" with the former PLO spokesman and apologist).

Now it seems that the LA Times, which published a story back in April by Peter Wallsten about a dinner Sen. Obama attended honoring Khalidi, actually has a video of Obama toasting him. In the story, Obama contradicts his claim that he had no close association with Khalidi by mentioning that:

His many talks with the Khalidis ... 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."


I guess it depends on the legal definition of the word "association".

Unfortunately, they ain't releasing the video!

That's funny. We have a right to know that Joe the Plumber owes back taxes; why is Obama so off limits? Is nothing that might embarrass Obama worthy of publication in the mainstream media?

BOMBERGATE & BILL AYERS CONNECTION - I'm so tired of reporters referring to Ayers as a Vietnam War protester and (currently) "respected" professor. Bill Ayers was involved in a war against the United States, was and still is an admitted Marxist, and still seeks to promote his leftist ideology using education instead of bombs.

Ayers, like Obama, is a close friend of Khalidi, and shares his anti-Israel sentiments, which by the way were also shared by Obama's "former" church and pastor Jeremiah Wright.

Are you one of the people who still think Bill Ayers is mainstream and "rehabilitated"? Read what Bill Ayers has to say about himself today:

I considered myself partly an anarchist then and consider myself partly an anarchist now. I mean I'm as much an anarchist as I am a Marxist.... I'm very open about what I think and nobody here is surprised by what I think.
Is one of those regrets that I took extreme measures against the United States at a time of tremendous crisis? No it is not. I don't regret that. The people of the world are being exploited and oppressed and militarized by the great imperialist powers, led by the United States. That is the situation today in my view.
- Bill Ayers - April 12, 2002

Ayers is still promoting his Marxist/Socialist Revolution, recently in heaping praise upon Hugo Chavez's Marxist government in Venezuela. I challenge you to listen to what Obama has said in the past as well as today, and tell me he doesn't share those leftist/Socialist viewpoints.

More Ayers hopefully later, including excerpts from Prairie Fire, the Weathermen Manifesto written and published in 1974. Here's a tease:


Bombings or not, Bill Ayers doesn't appear to be mainstream Middle America to me. I have my doubts about Barack Obama too, based on his history and words. Check following audio for the 2001 quote from above:


It's amazing half the country still thinks this is all about who's the coolest candidate, and how big a tax credit they'll get. These people want to tear apart our Constitution and rebuild this country in a way they envision it.

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