The Party is Over

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by TheGolem, Sun May 11, 2008 at 10:39:38 PM EST

The Democratic Party Will Crash and Burn

There really were NO surprises. The destiny of the Democratic Party is in
the hands of African-Americans and anti-Zionist "liberal" Democrats. It is
no longer the party of white, blue-collar workers. It is no longer the    
party of women. It is no longer the party of older Americans. It is the
party of African-Americans and elitist "liberal-progressive" Democrats.

Another wave of Democratic defectors
    will join the ranks of the neo-cons in November.

"a neocon is a liberal who has been mugged by reality"

"....The bottom line is if you subtract the black vote, Obama decisively
lost in North Carolina. It doesn't take a genius to figure out what is  
going to happen when you go to the general election in which the black
vote is a much smaller proportion of the general electorate."

Almost FIFTY percent of Clinton voters told exit pollsters they would vote
for McCain over Obama.

As for the Jewish vote, "The rise of anti-Semitism around the world will  
be on their minds in November and events in the Middle East will play a  
role in how they vote. When they step into the voting booth, most will    
hesitate to vote for Barack Hussein Obama no matter what their party
affiliation may be."

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Hank Roth
(on the InterNUT since 1982)

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Obama adviser met with Hamas; now fired

Picture this story a week before election day in November.
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May 10, 2008

One of Barack Obama's Middle East policy advisers disclosed yesterday that he had held meetings with the militant Palestinian group Hamas - prompting the likely Democratic nominee to sever all links with him.

Robert Malley told The Times that he had been in regular contact with Hamas, which controls Gaza and is listed by the US State Department as a terrorist organisation. Such talks, he stressed, were related to his work for a conflict resolution think-tank and had no connection with his position on Mr Obama's Middle East advisory council.

"I've never hidden the fact that in my job with the International Crisis Group I meet all kinds of people," he added.

Ben LaBolt, a spokesman for Mr Obama, responded swiftly: "Rob Malley has, like hundreds of other experts, provided informal advice to the campaign in the past. He has no formal role in the campaign and he will not play any role in the future." The rapid departure of Mr Malley followed 48 hours of heated clashes between John McCain, the Republican nominee-elect, and Mr Obama over Middle East policy.

Mr Obama, who has been trying to assuage suspicion towards him among the influential Jewish and pro-Israel lobby, spoke at a Washington reception marking the 60th anniversary of Israeli independence on Thursday when he promised that his commitment to the country's security would be "unshakeable". However, Mr McCain has high-lighted the Democrat's pledge to negotiate directly with nations such as Iran - whose leaders talk of wiping Israel off the map - and a statement from Hamas saying that it hoped that Mr Obama would win the presidency.

This was denounced as an offensive smear by Mr Obama, who repeated earlier statements saying that Hamas was "a terrorist organisation [and] we should not negotiate with them unless they recognise Israel, renounce violence".

He went on to suggest that Mr McCain's attack showed that he was "losing his bearings". This remark triggered a furious reaction from Mark Salter, the Republican's senior adviser, who said that Mr Obama was "intentionally raising John McCain's age as an issue" - a claim the Democrat vehemently denied. The intensity of this dispute reflects both Mr Obama's desire to move beyond his battle with Hillary Clinton and how Republicans are already beginning to train their sights on him.

The Republican National Committee has amassed a 1,000-page dossier on Mr Obama, with researchers spending weeks in Chicago seeking fresh material. He is already being criticised for his links with Rashid Khalidi, a Columbia University professor who has branded Israel an "apartheid system in creation".

Mr Malley, a respected commentator on Middle Eastern issues and part of President Clinton's negotiating team at the Camp David talks, has come under attack in recent months from right-wing bloggers. Yesterday, asked if Obama campaign was aware of his contact with Hamas, he said: "They know who I am but I don't think they vet everyone in a group of informal advisers."

Randy Scheunemann, Mr McCain's foreign policy chief, suggested that Mr Malley was part of an emerging pattern in which other advisers had been repudiated after throwing confusion over policies on trade and Iraq. "Perhaps because of his inexperience Senator Obama surrounds himself with advisers that contradict his stated policies," he said.

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Dead Politically

I didn't think it would be possible, but Hillary Clinton actually gave me a reason to vote for McCain if she somehow manages to become the Democratic nominee.
I hate racists and racially polarizing figures, and Hillary has become one. The fact that she is a sitting US senator is a disgrace. I will not tolerate her in any capacity, and I will remind everyone of her "working, hard-working Americans, white Americans" comment, and I may actually work to unseat her in NY.
Could you imagine what would have happened had McCain said what Clinton said? The entire Democratic Party, and a large proportion of the Republican Party, would be up in arms against McCain if he had said such a thing.
Hillary Clinton is dead politically.

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Global Warming Gamble

Al Gore is at it again.  The devastation of Myanmar is his newest war cry against a warming planet.  Despite the news that the ice over the poles in increasing and has done so over the past two years.  (keep in mind that the last few years the ice melted and its now come back again)

The political expediency of his comments are very disturbing and opportunistic to say the least.  The ridiculous claims of increasing disasters caused by carbon build up is nothing more then a scare tactic to raise our taxes and remove what few freedoms we have left.

let's be logical, and please follow closely:  The major reason for global warming has nothing to do with this planet.  The sun is the major contributor of heat and for the past two decades the sun's spot activity have been more erratic, causing more fluctuations in the Earths warming and cooling patterns.

Hello?  Is anyone listening?  Its the SUN Stupid.

Number two on the list of reasons why the earth temperatures fluctuate is the oceans.  3/4 of the world is covered with Water and that water is heated or cooled due to its exposure to the sun, not our use of carbon emitting substances.  The oceans warm and cool despite what we puny humans do.  

The Chilean volcano erupted more carbon emissions into the air in once day then all the cars and factories have done in over 50 years.  Wake up folks, Al Gore is selling us a small piece of swamp land and is calling it Park avenue.  He wants nothing from us but total obedience and acquiescence.  More taxes, less freedom to chose and more obligations toward his idea of life and liberty....Wake up..    

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Why the Kentucky Derby is a metaphor for Tuesday?

If anyone saw the kentucky Derby this Saturday how can you not see the irony and the metaphor for what might happen on Tuesday?

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