Thursday, October 30, 2008

Out of the Mouth of Babes

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Obama and the Wrong Reverend Wright. A match made in ...

Obama cannot defend his sitting in a hate filled racist church for 20 years, most of his adult life. Right up until March 2008. Right up until his Presidential run. In 20 years he has never complained about the hate. Obama hoped we wouldn't remember his support for (gave the church at least $23,00) and membership in this hate filled church. We remember.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Obama wants to Redistribute Your Wealth. Just like Communism.

Obama, in his own words, lets you know exactly who he is. An extreme socialist with Communist ideals. A Marxist in the making. Don't let him remake this great country into a socialist Marxist nightmare.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Obama Spokeswoman in Ohio and a Dozen Staffers Caught Committing Voter Fraud

Why Prosecutor Ron O'Brien did you cut a deal with 13 out of state lawbreakers? They committed a crime. They infringed on every Ohioans Constitutional right to have their vote count. 13 illegal Obama votes negate 6 legal McCain votes. One of those could be yours. These Obamabots registered illegally then actually cast the votes. And all O'Brien had to say was "examine your conscience." Well, guess what, O'Brien? They did examine their conscience and decided it was A-okay to fraud the system for Obama. Where's your press conference, O'Brien? The one that puts voters who are thinking about voting illegally on notice that they will be searched out like the thieves that they are. Where is your press conference, Mr. O'Brien? The one where you warn all Ohioans that voter fraud will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Ohioans deserve a legal election!
New York Post
Thirteen campaign workers for Barack Obama yesterday yanked their voter registrations and ballots in Ohio after being warned by a prosecutor that temporary residents can't vote in the battleground state.

A dozen staffers - including Obama Ohio spokeswoman Olivia Alair and James Cadogan, who recently joined Team Obama - signed a form letter asking the Franklin County elections board to pull their names from the rolls.

The letter - a copy of which was obtained by, a Fox News affiliate - came a day after prosecutor Ron O'Brien publicly urged out-of-state campaign workers for both Obama and John McCain to "examine your conscience" before the elections board beings begins opening absentee ballots today.

Earlier in the week, O'Brien spoke with lawyers for both camps and urged them to make sure their staffs met permanent-residency rules, or face possible felony charges.

Also pulling his ballot yesterday was Hofstra University grad Jake Smith, an Obama volunteer who had voted in Knox County, Ohio.
On Thursday, O'Brien cut a deal with 13 out-of-staters, including four from New York, who tossed out their already-cast ballots and admitted they didn't meet residency requirements.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Obama Supporters Suspected of More Voter Fraud in Ohio

C'mon, Ohio. Start making some noise. Call Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner's office and demand a legal election in Ohio. Call your local Board of Elections and demand to know how they are going to ensure that voters are legal citizens of the United States and legal residents of the great state of Ohio! Whatever way you vote, if two illegal votes are cast opposite of your vote, you have just lost your vote! Demand that voters be verified! Note that the guy in the video is wearing an Obama sticker. And the van has an Obama poster on its side.
Groups of recent college graduates are in Ohio working to get voters to the polls. But are these out-of-state volunteers registering themselves to vote in Ohio legally?

A group called "Vote Ohio Today" is similar to the "Vote From Home" group we told you about last week.

Carol Luper reports both organizations are now under investigation.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Obama Hecklers at McCain Rally Part II

Part II is a continuation of the heckling and provocation by Obama supporters at the McCain rally in Westerville, Ohio. A heckler interrupts McCain's speech when McCain mentions Joe the plumber. Heckler calls him "Joke the plumber." Watch the smirk on the Obama supporter's face when a McCain supporter approaches him and asks him to just relax. No respect, to be sure.

Added note: Rike Center held 5,000 and filled to capacity. The overflow crowd watched the rally on a big screen TV outside.

Female Dems called "Menopausal" for Speaking Out about Obama/ACORN Connection

October 19, 2008. Westerville, Ohio. Otterbein College. Spokesperson Paulie Abeles of Real Democrats shared with me the intimidation and name calling she and and other female Democrats were and are subjected to for trying to bring to light the Obama/ACORN connection that goes as far back as the Primaries. The women were called, among other things, "bitter" and "menopausal". Paulie Abeles says the group, now 14,000 strong, is under relentless personal attack for trying to do the job the media won't Obama.

Yet despite the ongoing attacks, she and members of her group are traveling the country trying to get the truth out about Obama, one state at a time. These Democrats now support McCain because, as Abeles puts it, "How can you (Obama) be a Chief Executive of a nation when your supporters and the organization you're supporting is breaking the law?" That's a good question, Paulie.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Obamatrons Heckle McCain Supporters at McCain Rally

Westerville, Ohio. October 19, 2008

McCain supporters were treated to Obama revelers as they filed into the Rike Center at Otterbein College. The screaming at McCain supporters was nearly nonstop for about two hours before the rally. As the media tries to portray McCain and his supporters as rage filled intimidaters, I have seen just the opposite. The Obama supporters show up at McCain rallies apparently trying to provoke confrontation with McCain supporters. I covered two Ohio McCain rallies. One in Bexley, Ohio with McCain and Palin there (see my report on this site). And this one. Both times, Obama supporters were the instigators. Here's Part I of today's rally.

Saturday, October 18, 2008


Obama's people and the media are trying to silence all the Joe Americans out here and we will not be silenced! Shame on the media for trying to destroy an American expressing his right to free speech. Expect more of this if Obama is elected. America is not a tyranny, yet. And we don't intend to be, so help us God.
I hope you will join me in expressing a simple bit of solidarity with this guy, Spartacus style. I AM JOE. I am a Wal Mart schlub in flyover country who changes my own oil and unclogs drains without a license. I smoke and drink beer and toss the football in the front yard with my kid, and I figure I can fend my way without handouts from some Magic Messiah’s candy bags. Most everyone in my family and most everyone I grew up with is another Joe, and if you screw with them, you screw with me.

Are you a Joe? Say it proud. Leave it on every goddamn newspaper comment section and online forum. Let these pressroom and online thugs know you won’t stay silent when they try to destroy the life of a private citizen for speaking his mind — because for every one of them, there are a million Joe Wurzelbachers. And for that we should all be thankful.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Behold the One. Barack Hussein Obama

Monday, October 13, 2008

Why aren't these Obama Kids in School?

Is it me or do these look like high school kids? Getting extra credit for protesting on Obama's behalf? This is about 1:00 in the afternoon at a McCain/Palin rally (9/29/08) at Capital University in Bexley, Ohio. I'm not sure what they're protesting exactly. Maybe that someone has the audacity to run against Obama? Are they against free speech? They do know that Bush isn't running for President and that McCain isn't the President, right?

Behold our future leaders.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Senator Lieberman on Supporter Frustration

October 12, 2008. Bexley, Ohio. Senator Lieberman met with McCain supporters at Cup 'O Joe's for a coffee with Joe session. I asked Senator Lieberman about McCain supporters' frustrations with McCain not seemingly willing to take the gloves off and fight. This is what he had to say.

There were about 50 people at the small coffee house in Bexley. I spoke to several supporters who were very frustrated with what they perceive as McCain's lack of willingness to "take the gloves off and fight." They expressed that frustration to Senator Lieberman in hopes that he takes the message back to McCain. Team Hillary Columbus was there in full support of John McCain. I spoke to one of the representatives and will have video later.

Update: Jamie Dixey of Team Hillary Columbus is now an avid supporter of John McCain. The group had about 400 members, many of whom are now working to get McCain elected. Dixey states that most members will never vote for Obama. She explains why.

Monday, October 06, 2008

Mark Levin is a National Treasure

As Mark Levin notes below, Obama presents himself as mainstream. I suspect that almost every Cornerite could make each of the following statements:

* My career was not launched with the assistance of an unrepentant terrorist.
* My pastor has never said "God damn America."
* I don't think our troops are "just air-raiding villages and killing civilians."
* My spouse doesn't think America is a "downright mean country."
* I've never sat on a board with an unrepentant terrorist.
* I've never directed millions of dollars to radical organizations.
* I've never opposed requiring medical care for babies who are born alive.
* I bought my home without assistance from a convicted felon.
* I've never taken my kids to a church whose pastor thinks AIDS was created by the government.

If Obama's mainstream, most Americans are extremists.

Posted at the corner.

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Good News Ohio!

Today the Supreme Court put Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner in her place.
State Supreme Court overrules Brunner on absentee-ballot check-box issue
Application forms had been mailed by McCain campaign
Thursday, October 2, 2008 2:56 PM
Updated: Thursday, October 2, 2008 03:19 PM
By Mark Niquette

The Ohio Supreme Court this afternoon ordered Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner to direct county elections boards to accept disputed applications for absentee ballots that don't have a box on the form checked.

Brunner, a Democrat, had ruled that the applications from Republican John McCain's campaign should be rejected because the box must be checked to affirm that the applicant is a qualified elector as required by law.

But two Hamilton County residents sued, arguing that there is a statement on the form declaring the applicant is qualified, and that the applicant's signature is enough to satisfy the law even if the box isn't checked.

The court agreed, ruling that there is no requirement in the law that a box be checked or that the applicant's signature be close to an affirmation statement.