Jesse Jackson: Obama Hates Jews, Just Like Me!

From a NY Post interview with Jesse Jackson:

The most important change would occur in the Middle East, where “decades of putting Israel’s interests first” would end, (Jackson said).

Jackson believes that, although “Zionists who have controlled American policy for decades” remain strong, they’ll lose a great deal of their clout when Barack Obama enters the White House.

“Obama is about change,” Jackson told me in a wide-ranging conversation. “And the change that Obama promises is not limited to what we do in America itself. It is a change of the way America looks at the world and its place in it.”

For the record, I think Jackson’s nuts. Obama, like every other U.S. President since Jimmy Carter, will get into office and immediately see the imperative nature of our alliance with Israel. It will be more of the same. But still, you can see why Jackson would say that.

Yasser would be proud. An American President we can work with!

Yasser would be proud. Finally! An American President we can agree with!

P.S. Watch your sack Barack…

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Goodchild Exclusive: An October Surprise of the Third Kind?

The Aliens are coming and we’re all going to die. Just thought you should know.

His name is Charlie. And he looooves Spaghetti.

His name is Charlie. And he looooves Spaghetti--and blood.

Damn it. Now that we actually need them, all of our resident Alien killers are busy politiking!

I'll get the alien, you guys take care of the Democratic Legislature.

I'll get the Alien. You guys take care of the Democratic Legislature.

I’ll even take the Navy Seal/Alien Killer/Governor:

Sure, i'm a douchebag, but, wait, what was the question?

Sure, i'm a douchebag, but, uh, wait, what was the question?

Oct. 14th – Would Peaceful Aliens Pick A Time Of Great Fear?

Blossom Goodchild Is A Genius

Hey McCain, Why Don’t You Say Something Like This:

November 4: The Dude Will Be “Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound”

Hank Williams Jr. is stumping for John McCain today.

Will it make any difference? No. But if McCain loses, this song will keep me company on that terrible, terrible day.

Mark Levin on The Worst Person In Television


First off, I’m 100% disgusted by Keith Olbermann… And on a totally unrelated note, I find this video to be beyond freakin’ hilarious. Mark Levin calls KO’s office during his radio show.

You gotta love the fact that Levin doesn’t back down from anyone and isn’t afraid to tell you how he feels. I also like the fact that he hates Bathtub Boy. So listen to this clip and prepare to smile.

       h/t OlbermannWatch

From now on, every time I get down in the dumps or depressed about the world coming to an end all, I know I can sit back and listen to this clip and it will put a smile on my face. Greatness.

By the way, I’ve asked this before, here, but Why in the hell is this guy on NBC’s Sunday Night Football coverage? What’s up with that?

Classy

Classy

NFL: A Conservative League?

I may be shallow and all that, but am I the only one who gets a sick pleasure out of knowing athletes agree with me politically? I love knowing that, Brady Quinn and Joe Thomas, for instance, are on my side, fighting the good fight. Even if they do play for Cleveland…

Owners too!

Cowboys owner big backer of McCain

“John McCain has big backers in the world of pro football, reports ESPN.com. Six of McCain’s top 10 pro sports donors are with NFL teams…”

P.S. I’m down here in Texas, trying to get the word out for John McCain and the Cowboys are really popular, so how do you say, “The Dallas Cowboys Love John McCain” in spanish? Hit me up. -Dude

Guys In Obama’s Neighborhood Vs. Guys In The Dude’s Neighborhood

“This is a guy who lives in my neighborhood, who’s a professor of English in Chicago…”
-Barack Obama, in the Dems’ Debate before the Pennsylvania Primary, talking about his friend, Bill Ayers, a current radical and former domestic terrorist.

The Dude recently went toe-to-toe with the One on the topic of “Affiliations”. I think I made the stronger argument, but, in the spirit of fairness, I’ll let you be the judge.

Dude: Todd.
A new father, Todd, doesn’t venture out of the house much, nowadays. He drives a truck and fills up the candy and toy machines at grocery stores and some such. Definitely not a terrorist.

Barack: Reverend Jeremiah Wright.
He’s a staunch supporter of the Palestinian people, he thinks the U.S. Government created the AIDS virus and he has enriched himself by spreading hate throughout Chicago, the United States and the rest of the World. But, definitely not a terrorist.

Dude: My good friend, Keith.
Keith is just about the nicest guy you’ll ever meet. He installs doors for Home Depot and he’s the type of guy that would give you the shirt off his back–you wouldn’t even have to ask this guy. Again, not a terrorist.

Barack: Well, there’s Bill Ayers.
Now, he’s a guy i’ve known for some years. I’ve been to his house, worked on many education issues with him, served on boards and managed millions of dollars at his behest. But, a terrorist? Why all this focus on terrorism, anyway? These are the types of issues that are setting us back. I denounce terrorism in every way, and again, I stand by my opposition to terrorism and devisiveness.

Dude: Jeremy.
Jeremy works with Keith. He recently broke his ankle playing softball, and now goes by the name ‘Gimp’ (As in bring out the…). He has two dogs and a fiancee. He loves America and is certainly not a terrorist.

Barack: Father Michael Pfleger
My friend, Father Michael Pfleger, is a truly devout christian who does a great deal of good work in my neighborhood. He is a vehemently anti-white white guy who panders to the crowd in front of him. Terrorist? Of course not. It’s absurd.

VERDICT: The Dude pals around with some interesting guys, for sure, but he doesn’t run around with anti-American radicals, or even, terrorists.

Other Interesting Items:

“My Opponent”

Are Biden’s Gaffes Contagious?

“The Next Vice President of the United States, John McCain!”

Huh? WTF?

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Obama Against Genocide–Just Not The Iraqi Kind…

Barack Obama preached, last night, about the need for American interventionism in order to stop genocide around the world, but that same standard, he says, does not apply to the strategically important nation of Iraq. Why? Someone should ask him.

At Tuesday’s Presidential Debate, Obama argued that America should take action to prevent genocide, “in situations where there’s a humanitarian crisis, but it does not affect our national security,” such as “the Congo, where 4.5 million people have died since 1998,” or Rwanda or Somalia.

In such cases, answered Obama, “we have moral issues at stake.” Of course the United States must act to stop genocide, he said. “When genocide is happening, when ethnic cleansing is happening . . . and we stand idly by, that diminishes us.”

Genocide isn’t a real devisive issue here in America, we are all pretty much against it and want to do something to stop it.

But, during the Democratic primaries, last year, when Obama had an opportunity to help to PREVENT a possible, some say likely, genocide in Iraq, Obama was far less sympathetic. He turned his back on the people of Iraq and advocated a precipitous withdrawal from the country–with no after-action plan.

In an interview with the Associated Press in July 2007, Barack said:

“Well, look, if that’s the criteria by which we are making decisions on the deployment of U.S. forces, then by that argument you would have 300,000 troops in the Congo right now — where millions have been slaughtered as a consequence of ethnic strife — which we haven’t done,” Obama said.

“We would be deploying unilaterally and occupying the Sudan, which we haven’t done. Those of us who care about Darfur don’t think it would be a good idea,” he said….“There’s no doubt there are risks of increased bloodshed in Iraq without a continuing U.S. presence there.”

Does Obama hate the Iraqi people? Or does he just love his ideology more?

Somebody should really ask Obama, in light of his sermon at the debate on Tuesday, whether or not the American military, under his command, would have returned to Iraq in the event of a genocide in that country? Is there a reason for the seemingly dueling arguments? What does Joe Biden think, I wonder?

By the way, As Obama was pushing for a withdrawal from Iraq, he continually said the surge would not work and actively tried to stop General David Petraeus from carrying out his plans. To this day, the junior Senator from Illinois has not fully admitted that the surge has even worked.

There’s plenty more where that came from….

Obama: Full of Hot Air?

Obama’s 180 on genocide

“Barack Obama is swiftly becoming the poster boy for far leftist moral relativism”

The home mortgage buy-up has already been approved

Obama’s Cheap Moralism

Who was the Obama plant at last night’s debate?

That One

President Barack Hoover

The McCain Resurgence Plan

Palin 1, Protester 0

Palin Scoreboards Protester…

Ready to Lead?