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An oldie but goodie, and one of the most painful moments in television history:

Obama’s goes to that city and makes a presidential visit, before he is president. He refers to himself as “a fellow citizen of the world.” I am not interested in a citizen of the world being my president, I am looking for an advocate, someone who puts his country first. The rock concert that followed Obama’s speech did well enough despite Obama playing the part of ‘opening act’. Hurry, hurry, hurry — step right up and see the amazing shrinking messiah!! What Rock Concert? I was wondering when that aspect of the 200,000 Germans being there was ever going to be mentioned in the MSM. Glad to see they maintain a perfect 1000 batting average in the predictable category.

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The Obama kids came to my door yesterday evening.  Children under 20 years old with the mentality of an acorn when it comes to politics?  How can I assume this?  They were soliciting votes for the messiah, that’s how.  Today I got an e-mail today and I wish I could have shown this to these kids.  Could it have made a difference and turned them around?  I don’t know.  Common sense is no longer something natural to mankind.  Watch this video and then submit others to it.  Make a call and make a difference.  After all, a president is pretty useless without a congress to back him/her up.

If it says “Made in China” and includes fur, you might want to check your moral compass before purchasing.

Lest we go too far falling all over ourselves to welcome China into the first world, here’s a news item on the area where culture and economics intersect. Cheap ain’t always worth the price (and everything that PETA investigates is not misguided).

Not for the squeamish. Seriously.

Don’t click to read the rest unless you have a solid existential position vis a vis pure evil.

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Guest Post By Nancy Matthis at ADMC

The election of 2008 promises to be an all-out battle throughout the country for the soul of America. Will we continue to be a nation of individuals who pride themselves on personal responsibility? Or will we keep sliding deeper into increasing government entitlement programs (and meddling) on the path to socialism?

The answer will largely be determined by the outcomes of the 435 hard-fought Congressional races throughout the United States. And in many of those races, the margin of victory or loss on average may be less than three percent. Which is to say that illegal aliens may decide the future of our democracy.

Our voting processes are deeply flawed. For quite some time the problem of voter fraud has been discussed, but tolerated. The website Illegal Aliens US comments:

Those ‘undocumented’ are actually ‘highly documented’ with fraudulent documents our government readily accepts.

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Between the phony fireworks display and the little girl miming her lines there appears to be a lot of chicanery on the part of the socialist dictators in Beijing. There is fear in China. The people, wisely, fear their government. Government fears the people. This is socialism in the age of the internet.

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As of about 10 minutes ago, China is lapping the world with 35 gold medals – the US is second with 19. The US is slightly ahead in overall medals, 65 to China’s 61.

Apart from their five impressive golds in gymnastics and diving, the Chinese have accomplished the remarkable and clever achievement of dominating “sports” that no one knows are part of the Olympics, outside of the Olympics are only played in backyards and bars, and are never televised under any circumstances. These include table tennis, badminton, air pistol, jarts, mens bocci, throat tromnet, rock skipping and caps.

It is disappointing the US has floundered in track and field so far. No places in the womens’ marathon or 100 meter, or mens’ 1500 meter – all of which we were expected to at least have a decent showing in. But the good thing about track and field is it is still a pure meritocracy and “judges” have no role in determining the winners, so the highlight events of the next week should have less of a WTF factor (N. Korean lands on her knees and still wins gold, at the expense of Alicia Sacramone, among numerous ripoffs dealt by the judges this Olympics).

Supposedly after tonight’s pea-shooting finale the Chinese will have practically no presence the final week of the games so maybe we’ll catch up a bit.