Wednesday, June 24, 2009

You can run Bambi, but you can't hide.

Don't panic ... Obama will be gone November 6, 2012
Keep tryin.


Stay Tuned for More of 'The Obama Show'
By Dana Milbank

After the obligatory first question from the Associated Press, Obama treated the overflowing White House briefing room to a surprise. "I know Nico Pitney is here from the Huffington Post," he announced.

When Obama prominently exposed the soles of his shoes, toward Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He Obama, officially legitimized Jew hatred. And now Cap'n Clueless keeps his heil hitler going smooth, going steady, going strong. V e r y prominently calling on the current virtual bastion/repository of anti-semitism ... the HuffPost, during his presser. Coinky dinky? Hardly. This man ain't proud. He is gunna try and take America down with him. By crazed, demented, Islamist narcississt plan ... you know ... kinda like Ahmadinejad. Just like Ahmadinejad.

Obama knew this because White House aides had called Pitney the day before to invite him, and they had escorted him into the room. They told him the president was likely to call on him, with the understanding that he would ask a question ...

The use of planted questioners is a no-no at presidential news conferences, because it sends a message to the world -- Iran included -- that the American press isn't as free as advertised.


And this is news Dana? Bug Killa Barry's campaign/election coverage wasn't a clue? (A really big one).

But yesterday wasn't so much a news conference as it was a taping of a new daytime drama, "The Obama Show." Missed yesterday's show? Don't worry: On Wednesday, ABC News will be broadcasting "Good Morning America" from the South Lawn (guest stars: the president and first lady), "World News Tonight" from the Blue Room, and a prime-time feature with Obama from the East Room.

Careful there Dana, slow down. Unemployed newspapermen really are a dime a dozen.

"As a former smoker, I understand the frustration and the fear that comes with quitting," McClatchy News's Margaret Talev empathized with the president before asking him how much he smokes. Obama indulged the question from the studio audience. "I would say that I am 95 percent cured. But there are times where I mess up"

Is it just me, or is this OFFICIALLY the very first time. That Obama has (actually) admitted to being a liar? In front of the TV cameras [or of course thusly exposing MSM, as being complicit in his smokery subterfuge (perty much the whole world new)].
The ease with which Obama lies, the constancy, the quantity.
Maybe it is just me? But I'd tend to think that that makes the whale sized whoppers, just a whole lot easier to free (Willy).

But yesterday's daytime drama belonged primarily to Pitney, of the Huffington Post Web site. During the eight years of the Bush administration, liberal outlets such as the Huffington Post often accused the White House of planting questioners in news conferences to ask preplanned questions. But here was Obama fielding a preplanned question asked by a planted questioner -- from the Huffington Post.

Orwell's corpse, surely must be a pile of itsy bitsy dust molecules, by now. From sustained spinning, at the speed of light.

Pitney said the White House, though not aware of the question's wording, asked him to come up with a question about Iran proposed by an Iranian. And, as it turned out, he was not the only prearranged questioner at yesterday's show.

Can we change Mohammed Chucklehead Obama's middle name from Hussein to taqiya now? Huh ... can we?

Of course, I was rather taken aback by Kommandant Sitzpinkler's authoritative declaration, towards the end of the presser: (only) "I'm the President" (of the United States). Yeah, keep reminding yourself there, Obie. Maybe it will actually make it true? That you indeed are a President. Sure ... hard (very) for us to believe (the fear is real). And we'll need to do a hell of a lot more (than simply being scared), to get your nasty stinkbut out the door. You (not the gov of SC), have been Missing in Action. For more than a week (you can run Bambi, but you cannot hide). Call that Presidentin do ya, sh*thead? And f*ck me, MSM is still walking three steps behind your Pharoah/Mahdi ass, smiling like idjits, toting a four pack of Charmin. Now calling your response to events in Iran ... forceful (!!!).



Ooops, sorry (thought you forgot your hat). My mistake.
The Obamanation crowns their new Pharoah, Mohammed Chucklehead Obama.




And seems Taranto also, was watching some of the same broadcasts
, as your intrepid blog host.

To wit ...

Journalism Without Reporters

On Saturday we tuned in and watched some of CNN's Iran coverage, and we were astonished to see that the network was relying almost entirely on "social media"--specifically Twitter, Facebook and YouTube--for information .... Later we switched to Fox News Channel, which also had a reporter, in the studio with a laptop, monitoring Twitter and other sites.

In the world of communication, it's hard to overstate how much has changed since the Iranian regime came to power in 1979. Even CNN didn't exist back then (it debuted in 1980).

While James alludes to the reg'lar normal ... everyday new millenium meme .... rapidly changing tech/comm (blah blah). I kinda think .. maybe .. he missed the true significance, of what he was watching/seeing? That being, that we no longer need the networks. At all. Why would we watch someone else surfing the net? That's stupid. We can simply do it ourselves. If something appears on the evening news, likely we've already seen it, in the morning. And investigated, and commented at various blogs. Lending a kind of deja vu vu/Alice looking glass veneer, to the whole deal. We certainly don't need their imprimatur, or directive. Let alone their "news."


Seems Obie bin bizzy lately, penning love letters to his Dear Supreme Leader (what's Michelle gunna do ... divorce him?)

Prior to this month's disputed presidential election in Iran, the Obama administration sent a letter to the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei ...

Get a f*ckin room already Obie, fur cryin out loud ("I've made it clear that the United States respects the sovereignty of the Islamic Republic of Iran and is not interfering with Iran's affairs"). Right. Sure. Whatever. And the back door communications with Hamas? This freak cannot be trusted. At all. This is some truly scary sh*t peeps.


Caught Axelrod, on Campbell Brown/CNN, round 5:15 p.m, yesterdee as well (could only watch his vile filthy mug, for only a minute): "let's see what happens in the next couple of days?"

Pretty much the total and complete foreign policy response, of the vaunted Obama administration. Pathetic. Near celebratory craptastic ... nothingness.

"They're going through their process" Rather Mengele of him [maybe that's just me (snarf)].

That was it, that was all I could watch.

Next to final note: since this be either the Twitter Revolution, or the Lipstick (revolution). Does that make all the courageous women in the streets of Tehran, pigs?

Final note: The L.A.Daily News (finally), after more than a week (just like their Messiah). Put Iran on the front page, above the fold (kinda). Secondly, with an article still conceptually reveling in a "disputed vote." And first, with a pic/story straddling the fold (didn't read past the front page/tyvm) about local/ized tributes to Neda.

Her eyes have been shut forever, but the haunting, graphic amateur video released over the weekend of 26-year-old Neda Agha-Soltan dying on a Tehran street, will live on as an iconic symbol of brewing discontent and deep seated desire for change.

Wrong. A symbol of Islamist terror, fascism, murder. She ain't just another Hopey McChange lapel pin. Sorry. She was a human being. Slaughtered by Militant Radical Islam.

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Seems I ain't the only one with a mancrush on the Great and Powerful Ozama.

Via Atlas

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Also via Atlas (you go Girl)

"the number of Jewish births."

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Big decision (dddddon't sprain your brain there Obie).


Via Allah

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It's about the women

It took the tragic killing of Neda Soltan in Iran for the world to realize that the lives - and deaths - of women are at the center of the struggle for human rights against religious extremism.

The astounding protests taking place in Iran over the past week, since the fraudulent victory of Islamic extremist Mahmoud Ahmadinejad over Mir Hossein Mousavi, is really a story about women. According to an article in last weekend's Yediot Aharonot, written in collaboration with a journalist inside Iran, the protests were started not by supporters of Mousavi but rather by supporters of his wife Zahra Rahnavard ...

For Ahmadinejad, the ideal woman is not only covered from head to toe, literally, but is not to be seen in public - ever. Iranians have no idea what his wife looks like because, as per his wishes, she is never seen. Ahmadinejad's vision of an ideal society is not just Israel-less but also women-less. I believe that women's oppression is the symbol of radical Islamic rule around the world ...

So now women are finally protesting in a way that the world can see and hear. And lots of men are joining as well. It took the leadership of a powerful woman to bring them out, but once the truth begins to emerge, there is no turning back ...

That's why there is really no such thing as neutrality, especially not when a terrorist regime is systematically and brutally killing those who fight for human rights. Neutrality in the face of aggression by definition empowers the aggressor. The only ones to benefit from this false stance of neutrality are the brutal attackers. The victims - in this case, women - are crying out for help.

2 Comments:

Blogger Ben said...

I am worried about planted questioners. This isn't right. Presidents shouldnt stoop so low. This is Benjamin from Israeli Uncensored News

7:03 PM  
Blogger AnechoicRoom said...

Barry's gunna stoop a lot lower. In the days and weeks leading up to his forced removal from office. By rule of law.

He longer scares me. Yes, I am fearful of the damage he is doing, and yet will do.

He not a man, nor a leader. A quite large inconvenience. Once frightful, inducing scurry. Now only destined for history's dust bin. Good riddance to rubbish I say.

Sayonara/adios Obie Won Kenyobi.
So long creep.

7:07 AM  

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