19 August 2009


This sort of story is — of course — only relevant if it's about non-Liberals, because we just know Liberals are the most trustworthy, high minded people by their very nature. It's the Right who are the true scum of the earth. Nonetheless, I shall plod onward ...

He can't produce a legit birth certificate, hangs out with all manner of rabble affiliated or directly involved with trying to overthrow the government or cause racial warfare, makes Castro look like a capitalist ... all of that is fact and all of that is — as SRM would have us believe — smoke, with absolutely no possibility of fire attached.

Well, here's another one for the smoke-no-fire file. (This President has a serious credibility issue and he's only eight month into office. Wait until the SRM gets fed up with him).

"President Barack Obama's push for a national health care overhaul is providing a financial windfall in the election offseason to Democratic consulting firms that are closely connected to the president and two top advisers.

"Coalitions of interest groups running at least $24 million in pro-overhaul ads hired GMMB, which worked for Obama's 2008 campaign and whose partners include a top Obama campaign strategist. They also hired AKPD Message and Media, which was founded by David Axelrod, a top adviser to Obama's campaign and now to the White House. AKPD did work for Obama's campaign, and Axelrod's son Michael and Obama's campaign manager David Plouffe work there.

"The firms were hired by Americans for Stable Quality Care and its predecessor, Healthy Economy Now. Each was formed by a coalition of interests with big stakes in health care policy, including the drug maker lobby PhRMA, the American Medical Association, the Service Employees International Union and Families USA, which calls itself "The Voice for Health Care Consumers."

"Their ads press for changes in health care policy."

The SRM would be salivating into their camera lenses if this was about a Republican president. But alas and alack.

Full story HERE

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