I got a letter from Joe Biden!

This is dangerous:

From Joe Biden info@barackobama.com

Dana –

Look — Barack and I need you.

We recently found out that, as we head into the final push, Mitt Romney and the Republicans have $45 million more in the bank than we do.

That’s a problem, folks. In a race that’s as close as they come — and with Election Day almost here — we’re not willing to lose this in the end.

The good news is we’ve got you. And if you chip in today, we can close that gap more quickly than you think.

You’re someone who stepped up to support this campaign in 2008,1 and you better believe we’re counting on you this year, too. Time’s running out — please help us out with a donation of $75 or more today:

[Hyperlink to donate to Obama campaign deleted; I wish to do nothing to help the miserable failure who sat on his dead ass while our people were being murdered in Benghazi.]

When you do, you’ll be automatically entered to come out to Chicago for Election Night — you and a guest will meet Barack and watch his speech from right up front.

Don’t pass this one up, Dana.

Thanks,

Joe

While it would be somewhat amusing to be in Chicago to listen to President Obama’s concession speech, I think that I will pass on donating $75 — or even 75¢ — to the Obama campaign.

The Republicans have $45 million more in the bank than do the Democrats? Well, guess what: they now have $45,000,100 more in the bank than do the Democrats! Your Editor took this opportunity to make another campaign contribution to the Romney/Ryan campaign.2 And if you click on the campaign symbol to the left, you can also contribute to the Romney campaign.

I never thought that Barack Hussein Obama was a good President: his policies were misguided and harmful, and his social and legal views have led to permanent harm with his judicial appointments. His economic policies have doubled our deficit — which he had promised to halve — and burdened us with trillions more in debt.

But his recent performance in allowing brave Americans, including one he knew personally, to go to their deaths without lifting a finger, have me just boiling mad. Policy differences are one thing, but this isn’t about a policy difference; it is about a complete inability of this nation to trust Barack Hussein Obama to defend this country and defend its citizens. The man is a complete disaster, and a total incompetent. He has failed in his duty as Commander-in-Chief, and no duty he has is more important.

Not every reader of THE FIRST STREET JOURNAL can afford to donate $100 to Mitt Romney’s campaign; some can afford only $50, or $25, and some may not be able to afford even that. But if you can afford to give, even a little, now is the time: the race is in the home stretch, with just ten days to go, and every patriotic American citizen needs to do what is right, to do whatever he can to allow our Commander-in-Chief to get a four-year head start on his presidential memoirs, and turn that job over to a man who will actually care more about the safety of Americans than the sensibilities of the Muslims.
_______________________________

  1. I don’t know where the Obama campaign got that cockamamie idea; I did not donate to, or support in any way, the Obama campaign in 2008.
  2. The campaign button is a direct link to the donation page; the text link is to the campaign website in general.

23 Comments

  1. But his recent performance in allowing brave Americans, including one he knew personally, to go to their deaths without lifting a finger, have me just boiling mad. Policy differences are one thing, but this isn’t about a policy difference; it is about a complete inability of this nation to trust Barack Hussein Obama to defend this country and defend its citizens. The man is a complete disaster, and a total incompetent. He has failed in his duty as Commander-in-Chief, and no duty he has is more important.

    Fast and Furious proved Obama didn’t care how many died, or on which side of what border, so long as he use those deaths to push his agenda.

    Bill Ayers was a leader of the Weather Underground, which declared they would have to kill 25 million Americans to get their agenda accomplished. Bill and Barack have been tight for decades.

  2. Wagonwheel says:
    October 28, 2012 at 14:58

    Bill and Barack have been tight for decades.

    Citation please, otherwise you have lied again, John!

    Don’t give me any of your bullshit, bullshitter Perry. You have been documented to be a serial liar across multiple blog sites while you have yet to document a single lie I have ever published. Not a single one, and everyone knows it.

    It has also been heavily documented that Barack and Bill have been tight for decades. Annenberg Challenge in Chicago comes to mind. The fact Bill was Barack’s ghost-writer for Barack’ fictionalized “autobiography”. And more. Much, much more.

    Evil, lying sleazebags like Perry have no room to call honest people like myself, ropelight, Eric, Hoagie, Koolo, the Editor, Yorkshire liars.

  3. Citation please, otherwise you have lied again, John!

    Eat sh**, idiot. You didn’t provide a source for your claim that Mourdock would legislate what he personally believes, so until you for ONCE abide by the standards you demand of everyone else, shove it up your colostomy bag.

  4. As I anticipated, no documentation, no truth, again!

    There is a distinction between honest disagreements and lies, a distinction beyond your arrogant, self-assigned pay-grade.

    And please, don’t drag others down with you, John.

  5. And please, don’t drag others down with you, John.

    Translation: Stop listing people I’ve accused of lying or committing crimes or threatened while they were busily documenting my own lies. I don’t want anyone knowing my Delaware Socialist serial lying has been documented anywhere.

    Perry, you are absolutely known — here and at multiple other blog sites — as the serial liar you are. And your games, all of them, are just as well known and documented. You cannot run and hide from yourself, Perry, because “there is no place to run to, nowhere to hide”.

  6. My mistake, koolo is already down there with you, John, grovelling in the garbage!

    On Richard Mourdock, here is what he said: “I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.”

    Romney continues to support this confused individual, so does koolo.

  7. On Richard Mourdock, here is what he said: “I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.”

    I reiterate: Provide a cite to show he would legislate what he believes.

    Secodn, for one who cannot bear to see how Dictator Obama has FACTUALLY and PURPOSEFULLY lied about Benghazi, etc., and who speaks about “nuance” and “context,” you sure abandon these quickly when it comes to conservatives. IOW, you’re a partisan, hypocritical, reality-denying hack.

  8. Romney continues to support this confused individual, so does koolo.

    So? You support Dictator Obama who supports infanticide, abortion for gender selection, and releasing the names of rape victims to the media.

    Which makes you a LOT more radical than Mourdock or I.

  9. John continues to divert:

    Perry, you are absolutely known — here and at multiple other blog sites — as the serial liar you are. And your games, all of them, are just as well known and documented. You cannot run and hide from yourself, Perry, because “there is no place to run to, nowhere to hide”.

    No examples, just a personal attack put forth by the famous John Hitchcock, who calls everyone a liar who does not agree with him.

    And still there is no citation which demonstrates that “Bill (Ayers) and Barack Obama have been tight for years”.

    This is an attempt to once again play the old ‘guilt by association” game, a game played by extremists when they have run out of substantiated comments to make. You could call it a ‘smear’ — worthless to those in search for truth. That would not be John Hitchcock, or koolo either!!!

  10. And still there is no citation which demonstrates that “Bill (Ayers) and Barack Obama have been tight for years”.

    And there’s no cite which shows Mourdock would legislate his beliefs.

    Hypocritical loser.

  11. Barack Obama’s political career began in Bill Ayres’s living room. Both of them sat on the Board of the Annenburg Challenge, Ayres admitted to writing Obama’s autobiography, and Ayres wife introduced Michelle Robinson to Barack Obama. This ain’t rocket science friends and neighbors.

    Ayres and Obama are thick as thieves and anyone who says differently is actively engaged in concealing the truth.

  12. No examples, just a personal attack put forth by the famous John Hitchcock, who calls everyone a liar who does not agree with him.

    That is a lie from the pits of Sheol, Perry, and you know it. How many times have I sung the praises of aphrael the Leftist man who has a “husband” and Jeff the Leftist Jewish man who supports homosexual “marriage” and practically everything else Leftist? You know I have, because you’ve snidely commented on more than one occasion when I did. So that’s more documentation that you’re a serial liar, Perry.

    You really cannot help yourself, can you, Perry? “Study to shew thyself approved unto [Providence], a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” — 2 Timothy 2:15

  13. Ayers’ wife. That would be one Bernadine Dohrn, herself a radical socialist unrepentant terrorist who sang the praises of the Charles Manson clan after she found out they violently murdered police.

  14. and then we have this further embarrassment from another extremist running for Congress in MO:

    Missouri Senate candidate Rep. Todd Akin said during an interview in August that women’s bodies have ways of preventing pregnancy in cases of what he called “legitimate rape.”

    These extremists are endorsed by the likes of John Hitchcock and school teacher koolo, because they dare not say a word against a fellow Republican: Extreme right wing ideology all the way: That’s their mantra. They ought to give a little more thought before burying their own persona to be replaced by outrageous statements made by members of their own tribe.

  15. Perry, quick! Take a screencap of my site before I change it! Then you can prove that I have endorsed Todd Akin! You can also prove that the Editor is a liar! Because he said I didn’t have any non-Hispanic white men in my list of endorsements!

    Hurry before I change my endorsement list!

    Oh wait, I never endorsed Todd Akin. And neither has Koolo. More documentation that Socialist Perry from Lose, Delaware, is a serial liar!

  16. these extremists are endorsed by the likes of John Hitchcock and school teacher koolo, because they dare not say a word against a fellow Republican: Extreme right wing ideology all the way: That’s their mantra. They ought to give a little more thought before burying their own persona to be replaced by outrageous statements made by members of their own tribe.

    You’re lying again, scumbag. I clearly noted I support Akin in no way in the other thread from yesterday.

    And YOUR mantra is precisely the same, if that is ours, Perry. You support Dictator Obama whose views on abortion/rape are at LEAST as radical as Akin’s. This is a FACT.

    And you seriously wonder why you get so much invective thrown your way, Perry? This is a perfect example. We all simply get tired of your outlandish double standards and hypocrisy, all the way lecturing us about our supposed “radicalism” and nastiness. IOW, you never, ever, dialogue in good faith. This is exactly why you get the nastiness in here. And you deserve every single bit of it. And then some.

  17. Hey, look at that. The Des Moines, Iowa newspaper has endorsed the Republican candidate for President. It’s the first time in 40 years they have done that. And they cited the economy as their reason.

    Yes, they endorsed Obama in 08, and they endorsed Gore, and Dukakis, and Clinton, and Mondale, and Carter, and on and on.

  18. Let me help WW here: I absolutely support the candidacy of Todd Akin, to unseat the slimy Claire McCaskill from the United States Senate. Mr Akin ios not perfect — no one is — and his statement concerning conception due to rape was unwise, but as a United States Senator he would be a huge improvement over Mrs McCaskill, and a solid vote to organize the Senate under Republican control.

    And I’ll state firmly that I oppose abortion in all circumstances other than an immediate or nearly immediate threat to the life of the mother. That exception is based completely on practicality: if the mother dies due to her pregnancy, her unborn child will die with her, and the life of the mother is equally as important — neither more nor less important — as is the life of her unborn child.

    Rape is a terrible thing, and a pregnancy resulting from rape a terrible burden for a woman to bear. But it is still a temporary burden, one which can be survived. In Kennedy v Louisiana, the Supreme Court held that the state could not impose capital punishment for rape, if the victim was not also killed. It is unconstitutional in the United States to execute a rapist who is not also a murderer, but some, including yourself, would hold that it is perfectly reasonable to execute the unborn child of the rapist.

    As for Mr Akin in the Senate, as long as Roe v Wade stands, his views concerning rape and pregnancy and abortion will be meaningless, unless Mitt Romney wins the election, and nominates Justices who will vote to overturn Roe. Then Mr Akin will be very important.

  19. Sister Toldjah has the testimony of a child of rape.

    “And I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen” –Richard Mourdock, October 23, 2012

    My name is Scott Braddock, and I am a product of date rape. My birth mother gave me up for adoption 10 days after her 16th birthday in 1967. So, naturally, when Mr. Mourdock made these statements, they were certainly attention-getting, and quite personal for me.

    For many, belief in the sanctity of life is based on one’s religious upbringing. That is not the case for me. If abortion were legal at the time and the laws regarding underage notification were as they are now, my birth mother told me I would have been aborted. She’s 61 years old now and much wiser and more mature, so that is obviously no longer the case.

    I was adopted by two wonderful parents who were unable to have children, have led a completely blessed life, and now have a beautiful wife and two teenage children of my own. I have been blessed to have accepted Jesus Christ as my savior, and am working at a demanding, yet satisfying job.

    When I turned 25 and was newly married, I received a call from Catholic Charities. My birth mother was trying to contact me! Now I have a relationship with her and her husband, as well as three brothers and a sister. My adoptive parents have been supportive of this as well, which is a testament to their selflessness in raising me.

    While I might not be a doctor or an educator, a scientist or engineer, didn’t I deserve the chance at life, even though I was the product of a rape? Also, as a Christian, is it proper for me to say that God allowed the rape to happen? I would certainly say so. I close with a simple quote from Joseph in the book of Genesis, referring to his brothers selling him into slavery.

    Genesis 50:20

    But as for you, ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day.

  20. In a final insult the Republicans have colluded with God to have a “Frakenstorm” wipe out early voting along the East Coast. The Republicans are now using God to suppress the vote. Have they no shame?

Comments are closed.