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America Rising: An Open Letter to Democrat Politicans

h/t AoSHQ

1:47 pm ET
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The Politics of Power: Are You a Citizen or a Subject?

Please, do yourself a favor.  Read it all. (h/t Instapundit)

12:02 pm EST

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More than once?  No problem.  Just contact an ACORN office near you and they’ll be glad to help you register multiple times using different addresses, different dates of birth, whatever works.  They’re experienced and have a long history of alleged voter registration fraud, all of which benefits Democrats who, in turn, are more than happy to see that the organization receives tax-dollar funding.

7:35 pm EST

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So much so that he’s willing to ask the Deparment of Justice to conduct a criminal investigation in an attempt to silence citizens’ political speech. (via Instapundit)

Never heard of Bill Ayers?  Don’t know about his history or connections to Obama?  Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit, among many others, has written excellent posts on Ayers and Obama’s relationship with the former domestic terrorist who admitted in his biography that “he participated in the bombings of New York City Police Headquarters in 1970, of the Capitol building in 1971, the Pentagon in 1972.”  If you only have time to read one post, then I suggest this one from June 19, 2008 that includes (emphasis mine):

In an interview with the New York Times he was quoted as saying ”I don’t regret setting bombs,” Bill Ayers said. ”I feel we didn’t do enough.” The interview appeared on September 11, 2001.

6:04 pm EST

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DNC begins tomorrow

Do I care?  No.  Do I plan on watching television coverage?  No.  However, I wouldn’t miss the circus sideshows for anything. So naturally, I’ll be following the reports from one of the most seasoned internet reporters of nutroots lunacy:

Little Green Footballs and Pajamas Media are joining forces to send the undead creature known only as Zombie to the Convention, for the kind of exclusive, slightly bent coverage only an undead creature can provide.

We have a full schedule of newsworthy stuff laid out, but you’ll just have to keep checking LGF because the Recreate 68 moonbats may act up and change our plans. We’ll be staying in touch with Agent Z minute by minute during the circus, through the magic of teh innernut.

Recreate 68 protestors are already active in Denver.  Moonbattery notes highlights from the Recreate 68 activity schedule.  And, don’t miss reports from Hot Air special correspondent Jason Mattera who’s gone undercover in Denver and already has two moonbat interviews posted.  Keep checking Hot Air for more.

Then there are the Hillary Clinton supporters.  It’s going to be a very interesting week.

6:00 pm EST

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Nancy Pelosi has hall monitors out in force.  On August 2, under a new, April 17 hallway policy issued by Pelosi, they recently censored a poster tribute to fallen Marines from Camp LeJeune that Rep. Walter Jones (R) from North Carolina had displayed outside his office in the Capitol Building (via Deebow @ B5).    More here, via Hot Air Headlines.

The Republican congressman now opposes the War in Iraq after initially supporting it. He has even called for President Bush to apologize for the war. It seems that it is not political opposition to his views of the war that spurned Speaker Nancy Pelosi D-CA to order the removal of the poster. They were on the same ideological team in that regard. So what was it about the poster that bugged the Speaker?
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Mr. Fein, when reached for further comment explained that in the weeks before this incident, the Speaker had complained about the poster which rested on an easel. In response the congressman had removed it from the easel and hung it on the wall so it would not obstruct hallway traffic. Still the Speaker persisted and had it removed from the wall. Some observers consider that a direct affront to service members and veterans stemming from at best a callousness towards the intent of the placard, to recognize those who died for our country.

It’s not just about the poster though.  Democrats in the House have also been accused of attempting to limit the free of speech of our elected Representatives.  Do Americans really want another term for Speaker Pelosi?

1:43 pm EST

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I admit it

This John McCain web ad tickled me.

But. this one really cracks me up.

11:50 pm EST

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