We Are Building a Religion

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,General — posted by 3wire on 10/30/2008 @ 11:12 am

If I Am a Racist, Hate-Filled, Fear-Monger – Can Obama Still Be a Marxist?

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 10/28/2008 @ 4:04 pm

Some people dismiss my insistence that Obama is a communist (Marxist) as the ranting of a racist, hate-filled, redneck who is just opposed to change.   Well if you believe that is that path that brought me to this point then please don’t bother to read this and certainly do not respond. To quote that brilliant statesman Al Gore, “The time for debate is over.”

If you can read (or better yet listen) to the man’s actual words and still maintain that he is not a Marxist, bent on the complete reinterpretation of the constitution and dismantling of our capitalist society, then all I can say my friends is, get your excuses ready because the train’s a come’n.

The transcript below is from a radio interview on Chicago Public Radio from 2001.  I heard it for the first time yesterday. If you don’t understand what it means, just watch The Daily Show or Saturday Night Live. They will explain it to you in a way that will make you laugh at what a fearful buffoon I am.

Barack Obama, in 2001:

You know, if you look at the victories and failures of the civil-rights movement, and its litigation strategy in the court, I think where it succeeded was to vest formal rights in previously dispossessed peoples. So that I would now have the right to vote, I would now be able to sit at a lunch counter and order and as long as I could pay for it, I’d be okay, but the Supreme Court never entered into the issues of redistribution of wealth, and sort of more basic issues of political and economic justice in this society.


Biden Bans CBS Station from Interviews

Filed under:Culture War,General — posted by 3wire on 10/27/2008 @ 9:37 pm

Boston to Shut Down City’s Cigar Bars

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War — posted by 3wire on @ 9:29 pm

There is no end in sight to Fascism in the name of Public Welfare.

From: Boston.com

Dr. Barbara Ferrer, director of the city’s Public Health Commission, said she doesn’t want any more young people to pick up the deadly habits.

She said she wants to “de-normalize” smoking.

The restrictions, which face a final vote by the commission’s seven-member board on Nov. 13, also would ban smoking on outdoor patios at restaurants and other businesses and prohibit tobacco sales on college campuses and by all drug stores in the city.

“Ideally, I’d like to say by 2025 that we don’t have anybody smoking,” Ferrer said.

The push has sparked debate about how much government intervention is too much, how far into private lives government should reach, and why, in a tough economy, the city would propose shutting down viable businesses.

Cigar Masters co-owner Brett Greenfield said he and his partners invested $270,000 in the Back Bay bar, relying on the smoking ban exemption.

“We’re in a 20-year lease and they want to shut us down,” Greenfield said. “There aren’t people who are in there who are expecting to not be around second-hand smoke.”


Ayers’ Weathermen planned “re-education”, genocide

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War — posted by 3wire on 10/24/2008 @ 10:33 pm

From the 1982 documentary “No Place to Hide”

While many defenders of Weather Underground co-founder William Ayers have sought to minimize his bomb attacks on the U.S. Capitol and other landmarks because they purportedly did not target people, a former FBI informant who penetrated the group claimed he witnessed a meeting in which members discussed a future communist takeover of America in which some 25 million “diehard capitalists” would need to be killed.

Video clip of the interview  with Larry Grathwohl:


Sony Succumbs To Muslim Threats

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Technology,War on Terror — posted by Q Ball on 10/21/2008 @ 5:26 pm

Sony, like Comedy Central and the Danish newspapers before it, has bowed to the threat of terrorism. A few verses from the Koran were combined with music in a new game that was to be released this week. Instead the game will be delayed while Sony removes the “offensive” lyrics and music after receiving a letter from a muslim demanding it be taken out of the game. Everyone in this country says we are for freedom, but when no one is willing to stand up and defend it, the words we speak are simply that and nothing more. Our ideas mean absolutely nothing unless people are willing to defend them, with their life if it must come to that. I am sick of people cherry-picking what causes to defend and which ones to let fall and die. If we are for freedom then we are ALWAYS for freedom everywhere for everyone. I fear that we are no longer producing the type of people willing to take a stand and fight back against the forces that would run us over. If you think this is trivial, you are in denial.

Missouri “Truth Squads” To Protect Obama Campaign

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,General — posted by 3wire on 10/3/2008 @ 3:22 am

Some Missouri Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Officials say that Obama is a Christian who wants to cut taxes and that they will prosecute the producers of political ads that say otherwise.

The Missouri Governor is not happy. Says these prosecutors meant to intimidate, and that kind of abuse of power is a federal offense.

End to Global Warming?

Filed under:General,Science — posted by 3wire on 10/1/2008 @ 11:28 pm

Sunspot activity is at a 50-year low.

From: SpaceWeather.com

“There is also the matter of solar irradiance,” adds Pesnell. “Researchers are now seeing the dimmest sun in their records. The change is small, just a fraction of a percent, but significant. Questions about effects on climate are natural if the sun continues to dim.”


Sarah Palin and Political Courage

Filed under:Culture War,General,Our Money — posted by 3wire on @ 2:57 pm

From: Fred Thomson

For many years we have failed to address looming problems that will prove catastrophic to our nation. It’s not because we are bereft of leaders with great experience. And it is not because they do not understand the “essential current of events.” They know these things all too well. It is because they do not have the political courage to do anything about it.