The 3 boxes of freedom; the soap box, the ballot box and the ammo box
By Matthew Vadum on 9.28.09 @ 6:09AM
Newly discovered evidence shows the radical advocacy group ACORN has a man in the Obama White House.
This power behind the throne is longtime ACORN operative Patrick Gaspard. He holds the title of White House political affairs director, the same title Karl Rove held in President Bush's White House.
Evidence shows that years before he joined the Obama administration, Gaspard was ACORN boss Bertha Lewis's political director in New York.
Lewis, the current "chief organizer" or CEO of ACORN, was head of New York ACORN from at least 1994 through 2008, when she took over as national leader of ACORN. With Gaspard at work in the White House, Lewis might as well be speaking to President Obama through an earpiece as he goes about his daily business ruining the country.
Nationally, its voter registration is often fraudulent. So what about here?
ACORN was once the darling of Democrats for its support of every item on the left-wing wish list. ACORN's foibles may seem largely irrelevant here in Minnesota, where the organization has so far been able to keep its nose relatively clean.
But ACORN does have a special place in its heart for at least one prominent Minnesota politician. Last year, it showered praise on Al Franken, endorsing his run for the U.S. Senate. Franken returned the esteem: "I'm thrilled and honored to receive this endorsement," he gushed in a press release. He added that he was "more motivated than ever to work with ACORN." Secretary of State Mark Ritchie assures us that Minnesota's system of voter verification protects electoral integrity. But here's an uncomfortable fact: Ritchie himself was endorsed by the now-notorious ACORN and elected with its help. Read the rest here :http://www.startribune.com/opinion/commentary/61519432.html?page=1&c=y
WASHINGTON – Bank of America Corp. is suspending its work with the housing affiliate of embattled community organizing group ACORN. The decision comes as three Republicans in Congress ask Bank of America and 13 other financial institutions to give Congress a complete accounting of their dealings with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now or its affiliates.
The military general credited for capturing Saddam Hussein and killing the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq says he has spoken to President Obama only once since taking command of Afghanistan.
"I've talked to the president, since I've been here" just once, via teleconference, Gen. Stanley McChrystal told CBS reporter David Martin in a television interview that aired Sunday.
"You've talked to him once in 70 days?" Mr. Martin followed up.
"That is correct," the general replied.
September 28, 2009
Fearful that they’re losing ground on immigration and health care, a group of House Democrats is pushing back and arguing that any health care bill should extend to all legal immigrants and allow illegal immigrants some access.
Kliphnote: Why would Obama talk to Gen. McChrystal?
What would he ask him? How's the weather?
He knows nothing about war and has no military experience. NONE! All his talk about Afghanistan was BS.
Obama know's nothing about anything.
He knows what he want's done but doesn't know how to do it.
Obama wants out of Iraq and Afghanistan.
He wants Government run health care.
He wants Government tell people what to drive.
He wants Socialism.
He is the least experienced president in the last 100 years. And it shows.
Obama is the weakest president ever. Worse than Carter.
What the difference between Carter and Obama is, Carter thought he was doing good, Obama doesn't care what people think, he's going to do what he wants to do.
It was said "that's why he has Biden" they must have been joking.
They said Palin has no experience. She had more than Obama!
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