Thursday, September 18, 2008

Blips on the Screen: 18 Sep 08

Can you say “Marching Orders”?

Posted on September 18th, 2008 by Stephen Kruiser

The FBI went hacker hunting for the cretin who got into Sarah Palin’s private emails and guess what they found? The son of a Democratic state rep in Tennessee.
“Coincidence!”, you might say. Have fun in your ideological Disneyland, I don’t believe in coincidence.
Ace is on it with a post about how Obama mobilizes his Digital Army to crush perceived enemies. More thoughts of his on this are here.
What Obama has done is take the old Clinton model and put it on steroids. LOTS of steroids. Nut shrinking, slam-your-head-into-a-wall and drop when you’re 35 steroids. It’s a “nudge-nudge, wink-wink” world of plausible deniability that has a record number of foot soldiers to carry out the mission.
Obama has a blindly devoted corps of youthful followers to do things like this. And you’re nuts if you believe this is a lone-wolf operation. College kids don’t go after politicians when they’re bored. They get drunk and hit the Playstation when they’re bored.
McCain/Palin supporters got a little goofy and relaxed when the polls took a tiny bounce our favor. Many were acting like this was in the bag. Maybe this will help all of us understand that the Obama people will stop at nothing to win this election. It’s on, kids.
And yes, it’s the Obama people who have been behind every little bit of the toilet swimming that Sarah Palin’s attackers have been doing. They all nod when he claims to be a great uniter. Who are we to assume that any of them are striking out on their own?


  1. Obama is dangerous, and it is only a matter of time before most people see him for who he is - one evil man.

  2. The MSM are saying that McCain is running a dirty campaign, but the truth is that Obama will do anything, say anything to any one to get elected. This has been a pattern of his.

  3. When have we seen a candidate for the US Presidency with so may inconsistencies, let alone those with whom he chose to associate?
    Based upon the standard questions asked regarding a security clearance; "Do you know anything that would reflect adversely upon this person's (SUBJECT) loyalty, integrity, discretion, morales (ethics) or character?"
    Under my interrogation, he'd flunk.