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About Obama's "I've Got a Bracelet, too" Comment

So many people were abuzz about Barack Obama's "me too" statement during the first presidential debate on Friday night. After John McCain said he was wearing a bracelet bearing the name Cpl. Matthew Stanley, Obama said he was wearing a bracelet too, that of Sergeant Ryan David Jopek at the request of his mother who didn't want other soldiers to die as her son did. Well, that's not the truth. Newsbusters has learned that the parents of fallen soldier Sergeant Ryan David Jopek didn't want Barack Obama to wear their son's bracelet any longer because he was making their son's death a campaign issue. He's ignoring their request. Newsbusters has all the details, including the information that Jopek's mother is an Obama supporter and now finds herself in a tough position. She supports Obama for president but he's refusing to stop using her son's death as a political tool to support his opposition to the Iraq war. Jopek's father was on a radio show where he discussed this issue:

Jopek began by saying that his ex-wife was taken aback, even upset, that Obama has made the death of her son a campaign issue. Jopek says his wife gave Obama the bracelet because "she just wanted Mr. Obama to know Ryan's name." Jopek went on to say that "she wasn't looking to turn it into a big media event" and "just wanted it to be something between Barack Obama and herself." Apparently, they were all shocked it became such a big deal.

But, he also said that his ex-wife has refused further interviews on the matter and that she wanted Obama to stop wearing the reminder of her son's sacrifice that he keeps turning into a campaign soundbyte. This begins at about 10 minutes into the radio program. (Download radio show HERE)

TRANSCRIPT

Brian Jopek: Because of some of the negative feedback she's gotten on the Internet, you know Internet blogs, you know people accusing her of... or accusing Obama of trying to get votes doing it... and that sort of thing.

Radio Host Moberg: Yeah

Jopek: She has turned down any subsequent interviews with the media because she just didn't want it to get turned into something that it wasn't. She had told me in an email that she had asked, actually asked Mr. Obama to not wear the bracelet any more at any of his public appearances. Which I don't think he's...

Moberg: It has been a while since he's brought it up.

Jopek: Right. But, the other night I was watching the news and he was on, uh, speaking somewhere and he was still wearing it on his right wrist. I could see it on his right wrist. So, that's his own choice. I mean that's something Barack Obama, that's a choice that he continues to wear it despite Tracy asking him not to... Because she is a Barack Obama supporter and she didn't want to do anything to sabotage his campaign, so, if he's still wearing the bracelet then, uh, that of course is entirely up to him.

Moberg: Maybe there's a difference between wearing it and making a point to bring it up in your speeches?


What a callous and cruel thing to do to anyone, let alone to one of your own supporters, for Pete's sake. Jopek's mother asked Obama to stop wearing the bracelet because it was supposed to be only between the two of them and not for public consumption. Obama, however, went back on that request because politics is simply more important than the request of a dead soldier's family. Because she's one of his supporters, it seems he's just going to continue to wear it, banking on the fact she won't say anything to hurt his candidacy. Obama is an arrogant, selfish, and self-consumed jerk.

So will we see this picked up by the mainstream media? Not a snowball's chance in hell.


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So will we see this pick... (Below threshold)
wbgonne:

So will we see this picked up by the mainstream media? Not a snowball's chance in hell.

You know why? Because the MSM, like the rest of the country, has more important things to do. Now, you go play in the sandbox with all your bracelets.

Nothing is more important a... (Below threshold)
Pretzel Logic:

Nothing is more important at this time, than this election. There is too much at stake to give the job to a man with so little credibility, so little common sense and over all inexperience. The only thing Mr. Obama seems to care about is Mr. Obama.

Nothing is more importan... (Below threshold)
wbgonne:

Nothing is more important at this time, than this election.

Yet you want to talk about bracelets.

That's right wbgonne, EV... (Below threshold)
Sue:

That's right wbgonne, EVERYTHING that shows how callous, and empty Obama is and his shady associates is just "not important" for the MSM to report. (and yes this is sarcasm)

Just like abortion and same sex marriage are "distractions" from the real issues because liberals know that most people don't agree with liberals on this. Only the far left want availability of unlimited abortion and homosexuality touted as a "normal lifestyle" that we should "celebrate".

Everything that shows liberals and Obama in a bad light; everything that would keep them from winning is "irrelevant" and "a distraction" or else a "lie" when it really is the truth.

One final thing. Your constant condensending comments are really getting old. It says more about you and your ugliness than those you are talking to. I just shake my head at your childishness.

That's nuthin', just wait t... (Below threshold)
Barack Obama:

That's nuthin', just wait till I put on my spear and magic helmet.

The "bracelet" says much ab... (Below threshold)
Sue:

The "bracelet" says much about Obama's frame of mind (win at all costs, even if it involves hurting a supporter), and his judgement. If he's this petty about this what will he be like with other countries and their leaders.

Hey wbgonne, since we dont ... (Below threshold)
Pretzel Logic:

Hey wbgonne, since we dont have a resume to look at for the guy, most of us arent ready to discuss issues, we have to question his qualifications and character. He's not fairing very well thus far.

most of us arent ready t... (Below threshold)
wbgonne:

most of us arent ready to discuss issues

FINALLY. Somebody here speaks a bit of truth. Congratulations to you, My Friend.

I just sent a link to the a... (Below threshold)
Mitchell:

I just sent a link to the audio/transcript to the Chair of the Dim. party here in NC. I had asked earlier that his minions please refrain from stealing my McCain signs, as they had done recently.

I indicated that since this sort of problem seems to only crop up on his side of the aisle, that it might be a bit much to ask for the benefit of the doubt.

Certainly anyone supporting Obama shouldn't.

I did get a very nice NC Dimocrap flyer the day my sign was stolen, so I got that going for me.

most of us arent ready to d... (Below threshold)
Pretzel Logic:

most of us arent ready to discuss issues

FINALLY. Somebody here speaks a bit of truth. Congratulations to you, My Friend.


Not with this guy we're not, just because 17 million nut jobs decided he's the nominee, he still needs another 43 million votes. He's asking us not to look at the man, his record or list of achievements. Pretty arrogant don't you think?

My goodness, you folks real... (Below threshold)
Parthenon:

My goodness, you folks really seem to believe this stuff. It's not every day one meets a true believer that the other party is corrupt and morally bankrupt and that the other party's candidate is dangerously - dangerously I tell you! - unfit for the job.

For my part, this sort of histrionics seems to crop up every election cycle - a certain shrill minority on either side will act as if armageddon will ensue immediately if the other party's guy is elected. I just want to ask these people, "Do you really think EVERY candidate from the other party is this dangerous?" But of course the answer will be "No, but THIS time they are. Yep. That's it."

Two points: Barry thought e... (Below threshold)
RicardoVerde:

Two points: Barry thought enough of the issue to point out he also had a bracelet. And, I suppose we should let him off the hook for ignoring the parents request since he seems to have trouble remembering whose bracelet he wears.

The "bracelet" says much... (Below threshold)
Parthenon:

The "bracelet" says much about Obama's frame of mind (win at all costs, even if it involves hurting a supporter), and his judgement. If he's this petty about this what will he be like with other countries and their leaders.

Sue, don't people behave differently when there are different stakes? Do you put the same amount of thought in how you spend two dollars in how you spend two thousand?

Obama could have at least a... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:

Obama could have at least asked her. Some people like things to stay private. wbgonne, stop being a parroting as*hole and get off this blog. All you do is mimic the comments and ad one-liners. Jesus, and you nuts are telling us to stay away from the polls! You must think like Obama, who's voting style is, "Whatever the party sez!" or "I was there."

Two points: Barry though... (Below threshold)
Parthenon:

Two points: Barry thought enough of the issue to point out he also had a bracelet. And, I suppose we should let him off the hook for ignoring the parents request since he seems to have trouble remembering whose bracelet he wears.

Two points of my own, sir:

You folks referring to a United States Senator with the name he went by when he was much younger (and please, don't try to pretend it's not supposed to be an insult) have ceded all rights to taking righteous umbrage when somebody makes fun of one of your guys.

Regarding the bracelet, had it been the mother's wish he not wear it, I wish he'd taken it off, but it's not something to make a federal case over. He can still do honor to the man in his own way without the mother's approval.

"I wanted him to ... (Below threshold)
Denise:


"I wanted him to know my son's name"

Obama couldn't even remember the name - this bracelet was just a political prop to him.
Why can't people see what a opportunist this idiot is? Has the media's lust for Obama blinded the public?

Parthenon~Bullshit... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:

Parthenon~

Bullshit! The only reason Obama even mentioned that bracelet was to say, "me too!" And then he included personal information the mother wasn't expecting him to use as a debate tactic.

Don't give me that crap about insults. "Bushitler", "Bushbots", "shrub", etc.. doesn't sound familiar to you? At least we call him Barry, which is actually a name he went by at one time. He was adopted by a man named Lolo Soetero at one time, so he also went by Barry Soetero. If you want to talk about insults, fine, at least we use his name most of the time. Obamamessiah, because that is what he is made out to be.

This just in: Obama is a se... (Below threshold)
Baron Von Ottomatic:

This just in: Obama is a self-serving jerk. Fire up the presses, Mabel!

If the fact he's got goon squads stifling free speech doesn't resonate with voters who the fuck thinks some stupid bracelet will?

Alinsky and Ayers have won. Radicals control academia and the press. Get used to it, it's only going to get worse.

The very same people in Congress that spawned and nurtured the underlying conditions behind our latest "dire" economic situation will still be in Washington ten years from now when it blows up again.

We've got $100 trillion in unfunded Social Security/Medicare liability. Who's going to ride to the government's rescue when it becomes insolvent? We are screwed, and when the shit hits the fan a willing, compliant, and left leaning media will hang it on Bush, the Republicans, and their failure to rein in capitalism.

But bracelets are important too, I suppose.

LaMadusa -I don't ... (Below threshold)
Parthenon:

LaMadusa -

I don't know Barack Obama, so I can't honestly say whether you are correct or not. It's debatable, IMO. I'll make the rather safe assumption that you don't know him either, and I'll hope that had the parties been switched you wouldn't be more inclined to give the Republican the benefit of the doubt. Had they been switched, John McCain would have gotten the exact same benefit of the doubt from me, because I don't know him either.

And I've never been one to use one of President Bush's many pseudonyms. Feel free to rag on politicians all you like; they can take it. I'm just saying don't use 'Barry' and then pretend to be offended if somebody later rags on a Republican, that's all.

OT, Speaking of the President, looking forward to that 'W' movie... It has to be treated as fiction - it doesn't appear to have treated the president terribly fairly - but it looks like a hell of a story...

Unfortunately I lack the... (Below threshold)
irongrampa:

Unfortunately I lack the adequate vocabulary to describe my feelings, in polite society, regarding Obama. Suffice it to say he ranks below Kerry.
I CAN say, however, I wore the uniform with PRIDE, and it'd be an honor beyond measure to wear it again alongside these fine young men and women serving today.

*Correction at 17: Last na... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:

*Correction at 17: Last name was Soetoro.

Parthenon~"...and ... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:

Parthenon~

"...and I'll hope that had the parties been switched you wouldn't be more inclined to give the Republican the benefit of the doubt."

You don't have to know him personally to perceive his motive. If a Republican candidate used the same tactic, it would be just as disgraceful. It's not so much about a bracelet, as it is why he used it. I have seen political satire before. If you are so inclined, maybe you could check out The Mouse that Roared with Peter Sellers. You might not enjoy it as much as I did, but it is riddled with cold war and coup d'etat humor that has made it a classic.

"You folks referring to a U... (Below threshold)
cirby:

"You folks referring to a United States Senator with the name he went by when he was much younger"

...and which he still uses to sign autographs, from time to time.

He only goes by "Barack" when he's trying to make a political point. It's becoming more a stage name than what people really call him in his personal life.

On the contrary, Parthenon.... (Below threshold)

On the contrary, Parthenon. I think we've been provided plenty of information on both candidates to asses their characters. The most telling are their respective books. I feel I do indeed 'know' both men now and I simply do not like much at all of what I've seen in one of them. If ever there is a way to get into the mind of a man, it's to read his own words.

I said in another thread a while back that I felt one of the most fundamental character flaws Obama has was embodied in his glorification of a man who abandoned him and his dismissive attitude toward a grandmother who was always there for him by referring to her as a "typical white person".

Speaking as a person who also never knew her own father, when I was younger I had difficulty accepting that I could be rejected by a biological parent and I pursued him with a dreamy-eyed expectancy of finding a great man who simply didn't know where I was only to finally locate him and learn that he never even looked for me. In the mean-time, I was being raised by a man my mother married, whom I had never given proper credit. It took me years to figure it out. My father abandoned me and this man who raised me lovingly was the one who deserved my affection and admiration. If *I* had written a book, it would have been about him.

Obama hasn't figured that out yet. It's the ones who suffer WITH you and fight with you and are there for you that deserve praise, and not through just some obligatory mention in the context of some ephemeral dream of what you see in another person who was never there.

What was the purpose of- or... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:

What was the purpose of- or reason for- McCain not looking at Barack Obama during the debate?

What was the purpose of Oba... (Below threshold)
ODA315:

What was the purpose of Obama rolling his eyes, smirking, and interrupting John McCain during the debate?

According to supports of Ba... (Below threshold)
Baggi:

According to supports of Barack Obama, character shouldn't be an issue in how we choose our President.

I suppose i'd say that too if my candidate were Barack Obama. They said the same thing about Bill Clinton.

What was the purpo... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:
What was the purpose of- or reason for- McCain not looking at Barack Obama during the debate?

That's actually a good question, Adrian. I am guessing McCain couldn't believe the out and out lies that came from Obama's mouth. Such as "I have been again the war from the very beginning" (Clinton said that was a fairy tale, even back in 2002) and "Kissinger agreed that I should be meeting with Iran on a presidential level." Kissinger called him on that one, himself, I think even as the debate was going on. He also lied by saying Al Quaeda infiltration was worse than ever, back-peddling from his interview with O'Reilly when he said the surge was working beyond anyone's wildest dreams. In the debate, he even called it a tactic, downplaying the success we had achieved over there.

Dang *against the war...</p... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:

Dang *against the war...

"What was the purpose of- o... (Below threshold)
Lyana:

"What was the purpose of- or reason for- McCain not looking at Barack Obama during the debate?"

In a debate format, it is customary to look at the moderator. It is generally considered overly agressive to look at the other participant. For a televised debate, one could also look into the camera, but that often ends up looking strange as camera angles change.

Oyster, that is such a trag... (Below threshold)
Oh, bother:

Oyster, that is such a tragic story! I do hope your (step)father lived long enough for you to reconcile with him.

I believe a person is known by his associates. For this reason alone I will vote against Obama. He is also known by whom he casts off. When he disrespected his grandmother I was dumbstruck. It's not surprising that such a one would refuse to remove the bracelet even after the deceased's mother asked him to.

"What was the purpose of- o... (Below threshold)
ijosha:

"What was the purpose of- or reason for- McCain not looking at Barack Obama during the debate?"

Very important question.
And what was the significance of wearing that tie for the debate?

Oyster, you write better th... (Below threshold)
Mitchell:

Oyster, you write better than Obama, because while your writing style is clear and persuasive, the most important thing is that you're real, and you write about real things, as opposed to the "ephemeral," as you called it.

Being real is always more compelling than being a phoney who's obsessed with himself.

R U Kidding me???!!! ... (Below threshold)
PHD:

R U Kidding me???!!!

You people just don't get it!

Senator McCain gave facts and responses that were presidential --- BHusseinNOBama spouted a bunch of trite catchphrases and looked Hollywood pretty.

When asked what favorite programs BHO would cut from his laundry list of entitlements because of the $700 BILLION bailout to cover the po-folks bad debts - he listed almost a DOZEN "gotta have" programs that he just COULDN'T cut....

Well how do you think he's gonna pay for 'em you dopes (who watch MessNBC)? HUH?!
HIGHER TAXES!!! On your bosses small business, your neighbors corp business, your brother-in-law's start-up company - ALL BUSINESSES will take a hit. During a time when our country DESPERATELY needs business to grow - he's gonna TAX the SH!@# out of it.

And don't get me started on the "I'll just go over and talk directly to Iran & Ahmadinejad with no preconditions...." WHAT an International JOKE he'll be if he becomes Prez.! Our foreign policy will be WORSE THAN WHEN CARTER WAS President....Get real people -

BarackHusseinNO'Bama is gonna make us all broke with HUGE taxes and get us all killed by the Taliban or Al Qaeda with his NAIVE stupid ass inexperience.

Calm down PHD, given the ba... (Below threshold)
marc:

Calm down PHD, given the bailout neither candidate regardless of who wins will raise taxes, at least for the next 4 years or so.

That campaign line is history, at best (or worst dependent on your point of view) one can hope to remain at the current tax rates.

Obama wants to change Washi... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Obama wants to change Washington by having as his VP a senator that has been entrenched in the Washington mess for decades and Obama has Kerry out speaking for him, another professionanl politician. Wow! What change. Er, not.

Obama treating his own supporter disrespectfully. How not surprising. ww

<a href="http://www.nbc15.c... (Below threshold)
jp2:

http://www.nbc15.com/state/headlines/29864149.html

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The mother of a Wisconsin soldier who died in Iraq says she was "ecstatic" during Friday's debate when Senator Barack Obama mentioned the bracelet she gave him in honor of her son.

I expect an update Kim.

An apology would be nice as well.

Partheon said"He can... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Partheon said
"He can still do honor to the man in his own way without the mother's approval.
"

If you are going to wear a bracelet to honor a fallen soldier at least have the F*CKING DECENCY TO REMEMBER THE MAN'S NAME WIHOUT HAVING TO LOOK AT THE BRACELET.

That was a disgrace.

"What was the purpose of- o... (Below threshold)
retired military:

"What was the purpose of- or reason for- McCain not looking at Barack Obama during the debate?"

Maybe the cameras didnt show McCain looking at Obama. They weren't on McCain the whole time.

I've just updated the origi... (Below threshold)

I've just updated the original story; AP contacted the mother.

http://www.dehavelle.com/2008/09/bracelet-update-she-did-ask-him-not-to-use-it/

===|==============/ Level Head

You folks referrin... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
You folks referring to a United States Senator with the name he went by when he was much younger (and please, don't try to pretend it's not supposed to be an insult) have ceded all rights to taking righteous umbrage when somebody makes fun of one of your guys.

If Obama is elected he'll inherit the left's nick name for the person who holds the office of the Presidency. It can't be an insult, because the high minded lefties use it all the time. Obama will simply be referred to as the "Chimp" by many commenters. However, I prefer the more accurate title of "unmanned suit".

An apology would be nice... (Below threshold)
Denise:

An apology would be nice as well.

An apology? The woman says "She acknowledges e-mailing the campaign in February asking that Obama not mention her son in speeches or debates."

She also said she wanted Obama to remember his name - HE DIDN'T.

Ac Lorry - "Obama will ... (Below threshold)
marc:

Ac Lorry - "Obama will simply be referred to as the "Chimp" by many commenters. However, I prefer the more accurate title of "unmanned suit".

While I wouldn't quibble over either moniker, I suspect the first time ObamaMessiah sends any troops into, or near combat I be using the tried and true - CHICKENHAWK!

Kim, you really need to cor... (Below threshold)
jp2:

Kim, you really need to correct this post. It's becoming more and more clear how wrong you are, factually and morally.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-ap-wi-obama-bracelet,0,6413408.story

"I think it was an appropriate response -- he was just saying there's another side to the story, there's two different viewpoints..."

"I think he knew my intention, he understands it was a gesture between me and Sen. Obama," she said. "It was just little piece of peace for us. I don't understand how people can take that and turn it into some garbage on the Internet."

Kim, this dead soldier's mother is referring to posts like yours as "garbage." Update and correct if you have any decency.

Kim, this dead so... (Below threshold)
maggie:
Kim, this dead soldier's mother is referring to posts like yours as "garbage." Update and correct if you have any decency.

jp2:
Look down at your feet, see all of that glass?
You've been posting amoral, crude, and rude
pap on Wiabang for quite some time.

This is really sad. People ... (Below threshold)
Baggi:

This is really sad. People put their politics ahead of all sorts of things. In this case, this woman is allowing her son to be used when she clearly doesn't want it to happen.

She admits that she emailed Obama and asked him not to use her son in speeches or debates:

She acknowledges e-mailing the campaign in February asking that Obama not mention her son in speeches or debates.

But as soon as Obama stupidly uses her son in a debate that millions of people watched, well, what choice does she have?

Stand on principle and embarass your candidate, possibly even help him lose the election, or, change your mind and decide that in certain circumstances it's ok to use my son as a political tool to be wielded against John McCain.

This reflects really poorly upon both Obama and the mother.

So, the father was right and they didn't want the Obama camp to use their son for political gain. But now that he's used their son for political gain, better back up the bus!

Jopek says Obama's comment rightfully suggested there's more than one viewpoint on the war.

OIC, as long as Obama is using her sons death to showo there are other views on the war, well, that changes everything.

$1.00 says she didn't add that clause to the Email though. But hey, Obama's not going to listen to this lady, he'll use her son if he wants to and she'll just have to suck it up and, choke back the pain of his death, and let Obama do what he knows is best for her and the rest of the country.

Pathetic.

Oh, and now it will definat... (Below threshold)
Baggi:

Oh, and now it will definately be picked up by the mainstream media.

I expect an update... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:
I expect an update Kim.

An apology would be nice as well.

jp2, notice how you worded this? You expect an update and apology. Maybe it was subconscious, but all you have proven is what a self-serving, self-important jerk you really are, and you care nothing for this mother at all.

from 41:"If Obama ... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:

from 41:

"If Obama is elected he'll inherit the left's nick name for the person who holds the office of the Presidency. It can't be an insult, because the high minded lefties use it all the time. Obama will simply be referred to as the "Chimp" by many commenters."

Mightn't that annoy Chimpy?

Chimpy OHitler?... (Below threshold)
epador:

Chimpy OHitler?

I'm glad to see all you chi... (Below threshold)
Parthenon:

I'm glad to see all you chimps and chickenhawks working on your presidential nicknames. Yer gonna need 'em, sez I. :)

"jp2:Look down at yo... (Below threshold)
jmc:

"jp2:
Look down at your feet, see all of that glass?
You've been posting amoral, crude, and rude
pap on Wiabang for quite some time"

SO it is immoral and crude to post a quote from the mother that shows she wasn't actually bothered by what Obama did and considered it "appropriate?"

That is really smart. I'm convinced. I mean god forbid somebody bring evidence to back up a claim, the nerve of the bastard.

First Kim introduces evidence and a claim to support the idea that barack was wrong to use the bracelet in a political debate (after responding to mcCain using a bracelet in a political debate). She then goes on to draw the conclusion that barack is a jerk for hurting the mother.

Then jp2 shows up with evidence that rather conclusively proves the mother was not hurt by what barack did and thought it was "appropriate" and somehow that makes jp2 a jerk.

One can imagine you in kindegarten:

You: " 2+2=5"
Teacher: "Actually it equals four"
You: "You are a mean horrible teacher for correcting me on my error!"


"and somehow that makes jp2... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:

"and somehow that makes jp2 a jerk."

jp2 is a jerk because he could care less about the topic. He makes a point to insult the writers whenever he feels like it, and rarely displays any acumen that justify his insults.

The article jp2 posted was published in a number of places today. Her original request that he not use the bracelet was ignored, and Obama used it anyway. I wouldn't doubt her e-mail put a lightbulb over his head, or someone who works for him, and thought, "Hey, what a great idea for a debate strategy!" McCain uses it, then Obama. That's why her e-mail wasn't answered. I doubt that she wants any more attention, and "someone" suggested that she leave it on a positive note.

And jp2, you know where you can put your request for a retraction and apology.

jmc:It's the fact ... (Below threshold)
maggie:

jmc:

It's the fact that jp2, and others such as you
are not willing to debate and disagree with civility, instead coming into someone elses domain and crapping all over the floor with assumed impunity.
Your attitude is one of thinking of yourselves
as divine and above any and all consequences.

Dear Totalitarians <p... (Below threshold)
Brian Richard Allen:

Dear Totalitarians

I hereby promise to never again use the name "Barry" in any reference to the Stalinist Saul Alinsky rabble-rousing self-and-own-culture loathing, un-and-Anti-American, mobbed-up Marxist murtadd Muslim Arab-African: B Milhous bin B Hussayn bin Hussayn Muhummud Ubama.

No more "Barry," that is, for he, who, but for his own, (he effects being an Afro-American) ) would long long long ago -- and on just the basis of his lifetime of serial associations with Stalinists, with terrorists and with every other known and insidious variety of America haters and with gangsters and for so arrogantly and so contemptuously having so obscenely profited from a career of overt graft, corruption, earmarks (including to buy his minder Michilda a sinecure) and -- have been laughed from the race.

So, totalitarians -- and your totalitarian numero uno: B Milhous bin B Hussayn bin Hussayn Muhummud Ubama?

No more "Barry," for you!

Brian Richard Allen
Los Angeles - Califobamacated 90028

Thank you for the post its ... (Below threshold)

Thank you for the post its very intresting




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