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Acorn, Obama, Stanley Kurtz, NY Post, October 13, 2008, Acorn and Democrat allies, Built Mortgage Disaster, Radical agenda, 1995, Urged on by ACORN, Congressional Democrats, Clinton, High risk loans

Stanley Kurtz has written a very compelling article of how Acorn used it’s influence with congress to push the acceptability of risky subprime loans. Here are some exerpts from the must read article: “SPREADING THE VIRUS HOW ACORN & ITS DEM ALLIES BUILT THE MORTGAGE DISASTER” “By STANLEY KURTZ” “TO discover the roots of to day’s economic crisis, consider a tale from 1995. That March, House Speaker Newt Gingrich was scheduled to address a meeting of county commissioners at the Washington Hilton. But, first, some 500 protesters from the AssociationRead More


Keith Larson Show, Charlotte NC, Obama, Wright, Ayers, Blackwell, Lessig, NC primary, Clinton

The Keith Larson Show airs on WBT radio in Charlotte NC. The NC primary, is Tuesday, May 6, 2008. Larson tells it like it is and has been revealing the real Barack Obama, including, but not limited to the hate filled, anti American, anti semitic sermons and speeches of Jeremiah Wright. I have contacted Keth Larson with some additional information abot Obama. Since Larson is a champion for the truth and the best for this country, I expect he will cover these facts about Obama that the MSM is coveringRead More


NC primary, PA primary, Obama, Clinton, Citizen Wells endorsement

NC primary voters, PA primary voters, primary voters in other states. I consider myself more of an independent these days. I will be honest with you, I have never been a Hillary Clinton supporter. However, she looks really good compared to Barack Obama. I have thoroughly researched Obama and what I already know scares the hell out of me. Then there is the devil I do not know. Rather than try to summarize why I have this stance, read my blog. Do as much research as you can elsewhere, butRead More


April 10, 2008, April 11, 2008 polls, polling data, Obama, Clinton, McCain, Obama slipping, Associated Press-Ipsos national poll, AOL poll

Barack Obama has lost his 10 point lead over John McCain in a presidential matchup. Obama and McCain are in a statistical tie in a Associated Press-Ipsos national poll taken Thursday, April 10, 2008. Obama dropped 10 points among women from February to April. Clinton and Obama basically maintained their prior positions against each other. The results from a unscientific poll taken  on AOL, Friday, April 11, 2008 at 9:00 EDST are as follows: Who do you think will win the Democratic nomination? Barack Obama 63% Hillary Clinton 37% Total Votes:Read More


Election 2008, latest polls, AOL, CNN, Rasmussen, Obama, Clinton, McCain

Barack Obama has slipped in the polls due to his connection with racist pastor Jeremiah Wright. Polling data is always suspect, however, the new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll today, March 18, 2008 looks suspect. Here is the Rasmussen data that came out yesterday: “The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows John McCain with a six-percentage point lead over both potential Democratic opponents. McCain currently leads Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton by an identical 48% to 42% margin. McCain has a double-digit lead over Clinton among unaffiliated votersRead More