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DNC fabricates over 200,000 signatures

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

According to the Washington Post, the DNC has no problems with fabricating signatures to make good on their promises.

“Supporters of President Obama’s Budget to Hand Deliver 642,000 Pledges Gathered from Around the Country to Capitol Hill,” announced the Democrats’ news release.

CNN and the Huffington Post dutifully reported the DNC’s claim of 642,000 pledges. Network cameras and the BBC showed up to film the operation. “We had one of the big printers downstairs smoking last night,” party spokesman Brad Woodhouse said.

The DNC got to 642,000 by making three photocopies of each pledge so that each signer’s senators and representative could get one.”

In reality, the DNC only had 214,000 pledges. So, in order to meet their announced goal, they lied. They fabricated two thirds of the signatures they claimed.

This is the same democrat party that wants to take the federal Census out of the hands of the non-partisan Commerce Department and let Obama Hatchetman Raum Emmanuel run it.

This is not giving me a warm fuzzy feeling.

The Podcast of the Week

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

If you listen to one pod/netcast this week, make it episode 43 of Brassballs Radio.

Wendy “RightGirl” Sullivan interviews Ezra Levant about his 900 day ordeal with the Canadian so-called “Human Rights” Commission, which is actually a rigged “kangaroo court.”

Here is the first in a series of videos of one of Levant’s interrogations by the “Human Rights” commission. 

Mr. Levant went on to write a book about his ordeal and how these so-called “courts” in Canada operate.  Shakedown: How Our Government is Undermining Democracy in the Name of Human Rights is selling out all over Canada. It’s a wake up call for what can happen in America if the left continues to push its agenda of “political correctness.”

Tesla Model S announced

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Details on this all electric four door luxury sedan (with a hatchback & 3G wireless) at Urbin Technology.