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Date: 23 Jan 2009 23:59:06
From: Irish Mike
Subject: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
I've said from the beginning that I believe Obama is a liar (20 years in the
pews, didn't hear a thing) and that I don't trust his word. However, I
didn't expect to see his hypocrisy reported in the liberal mainstream press.

"CNN) -- Just a couple of nights ago, we heaped praise on the new president
for announcing what he called a new era of openness, where in his
administration, transparency would rule the day.
And the lobbyists that he was so critical of during the campaign? Well, he
told us they will now face even tougher new restrictions.

President Obama: "The executive order on ethics I will sign shortly
represents a clean break from business as usual. As of today, lobbyists will
be subject to stricter limits than under any other administration in
history. If you are a lobbyist entering my administration, you will not be
able to work on matters you lobbied on, or in the agencies you lobbied
during the previous two years. When you leave government, you will not be
able to lobby my administration for as long as I am president."

That's what he said two days ago. But as we first told you Thursday, and
sadly we are learning more about this Friday, President Obama already wants
an exception to his own rule.

You see, what happened is, there is this former lobbyist for a big defense
contractor called Raytheon. His name is William Lynn.

President Obama wants him to be deputy defense secretary. So, the Obama
administration wants a waiver to its own rule.

That basically means they are saying, we will mostly put tough new
restrictions on lobbyists, except when we won't.

Really? Is this how it is going to be? "



Irish Mike






 
Date: 25 Jan 2009 15:31:04
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
On Jan 23 2009 10:59 PM, Irish Mike wrote:

> I've said from the beginning that I believe Obama is a liar (20 years in the
> pews, didn't hear a thing) and that I don't trust his word. However, I
> didn't expect to see his hypocrisy reported in the liberal mainstream press.
>
> "CNN) -- Just a couple of nights ago, we heaped praise on the new president
> for announcing what he called a new era of openness, where in his
> administration, transparency would rule the day.
> And the lobbyists that he was so critical of during the campaign? Well, he
> told us they will now face even tougher new restrictions.
>
> President Obama: "The executive order on ethics I will sign shortly
> represents a clean break from business as usual. As of today, lobbyists will
> be subject to stricter limits than under any other administration in
> history. If you are a lobbyist entering my administration, you will not be
> able to work on matters you lobbied on, or in the agencies you lobbied
> during the previous two years. When you leave government, you will not be
> able to lobby my administration for as long as I am president."
>
> That's what he said two days ago. But as we first told you Thursday, and
> sadly we are learning more about this Friday, President Obama already wants
> an exception to his own rule.
>
> You see, what happened is, there is this former lobbyist for a big defense
> contractor called Raytheon. His name is William Lynn.
>
> President Obama wants him to be deputy defense secretary. So, the Obama
> administration wants a waiver to its own rule.
>
> That basically means they are saying, we will mostly put tough new
> restrictions on lobbyists, except when we won't.
>
> Really? Is this how it is going to be? "
>
>
>
> Irish Mike

The propaganda machine is in a ditch somwhere in Texas.. hope someone
strips it and it rots right there !!


Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
Voltaire

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Date: 24 Jan 2009 14:48:58
From: pfffft
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
On Fri, 23 Jan 2009 23:59:06 -0500, "Irish Mike"
<mjostar@ameritech.net > wrote:

>former


 
Date: 24 Jan 2009 08:32:34
From: bo dark
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
On Jan 23, 10:59 pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> I've said from the beginning that I believe Obama is a liar (20 years in the
> pews, didn't hear a thing) and that I don't trust his word. However, I
> didn't expect to see his hypocrisy reported in the liberal mainstream press.
>
> "CNN) -- Just a couple of nights ago, we heaped praise on the new president
> for announcing what he called a new era of openness, where in his
> administration, transparency would rule the day.
> And the lobbyists that he was so critical of during the campaign? Well, he
> told us they will now face even tougher new restrictions.
>
> President Obama: "The executive order on ethics I will sign shortly
> represents a clean break from business as usual. As of today, lobbyists will
> be subject to stricter limits than under any other administration in
> history. If you are a lobbyist entering my administration, you will not be
> able to work on matters you lobbied on, or in the agencies you lobbied
> during the previous two years. When you leave government, you will not be
> able to lobby my administration for as long as I am president."
>
> That's what he said two days ago. But as we first told you Thursday, and
> sadly we are learning more about this Friday, President Obama already wants
> an exception to his own rule.
>
> You see, what happened is, there is this former lobbyist for a big defense
> contractor called Raytheon. His name is William Lynn.
>
> President Obama wants him to be deputy defense secretary. So, the Obama
> administration wants a waiver to its own rule.
>
> That basically means they are saying, we will mostly put tough new
> restrictions on lobbyists, except when we won't.
>
> Really? Is this how it is going to be? "
>
> Irish Mike



i understand obama appeared in the press room unannounced and someone
asked him a question and he didn't like it.he said he just came by for
a little introduction/hand shaking etc.and like the old saying,hell
hath no fury like a woman scorned,the press,or at least those
scorned,will turn on obama.

i noticed that bush in his second term had fewer press conferences,or
maybe it just seemed that way to me.reagan and clinton seemed open
presidents to me,with at least the ability to field questions and
respond to them without getting to flustered.

if you don't have that ability then obviously your going to avoid the
situation,and if you have a good knowledge of whats going on and your
subordinates have done their jobs briefing you then why wouldn't you
feel confident fielding questions.

we will see how obama does,if he can take the blunt force trauma bush
took,and if people defect from his administration for other than
personal reasons or to write books about him.


  
Date: 24 Jan 2009 22:41:55
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine

"bo dark" <tx1456@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:38bf54d0-7f7d-4823-a52f-6a9be6a1265e@z6g2000pre.googlegroups.com...
> On Jan 23, 10:59 pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
>> I've said from the beginning that I believe Obama is a liar (20 years in
>> the
>> pews, didn't hear a thing) and that I don't trust his word. However, I
>> didn't expect to see his hypocrisy reported in the liberal mainstream
>> press.
>>
>> "CNN) -- Just a couple of nights ago, we heaped praise on the new
>> president
>> for announcing what he called a new era of openness, where in his
>> administration, transparency would rule the day.
>> And the lobbyists that he was so critical of during the campaign? Well,
>> he
>> told us they will now face even tougher new restrictions.
>>
>> President Obama: "The executive order on ethics I will sign shortly
>> represents a clean break from business as usual. As of today, lobbyists
>> will
>> be subject to stricter limits than under any other administration in
>> history. If you are a lobbyist entering my administration, you will not
>> be
>> able to work on matters you lobbied on, or in the agencies you lobbied
>> during the previous two years. When you leave government, you will not be
>> able to lobby my administration for as long as I am president."
>>
>> That's what he said two days ago. But as we first told you Thursday, and
>> sadly we are learning more about this Friday, President Obama already
>> wants
>> an exception to his own rule.
>>
>> You see, what happened is, there is this former lobbyist for a big
>> defense
>> contractor called Raytheon. His name is William Lynn.
>>
>> President Obama wants him to be deputy defense secretary. So, the Obama
>> administration wants a waiver to its own rule.
>>
>> That basically means they are saying, we will mostly put tough new
>> restrictions on lobbyists, except when we won't.
>>
>> Really? Is this how it is going to be? "
>>
>> Irish Mike
>
>
>
> i understand obama appeared in the press room unannounced and someone
> asked him a question and he didn't like it.he said he just came by for
> a little introduction/hand shaking etc.and like the old saying,hell
> hath no fury like a woman scorned,the press,or at least those
> scorned,will turn on obama.
>
> i noticed that bush in his second term had fewer press conferences,or
> maybe it just seemed that way to me.reagan and clinton seemed open
> presidents to me,with at least the ability to field questions and
> respond to them without getting to flustered.
>
> if you don't have that ability then obviously your going to avoid the
> situation,and if you have a good knowledge of whats going on and your
> subordinates have done their jobs briefing you then why wouldn't you
> feel confident fielding questions.
>
> we will see how obama does,if he can take the blunt force trauma bush
> took,and if people defect from his administration for other than
> personal reasons or to write books about him.

I saw the clip. Obama walked in to the press room and waited for them to
line up and kiss his ass as usual. Well a member of his propaganda corp
fucked up and actually asked him an unscripted question. Needless to say
this kind of insolence pissed The Messiah off so he left abruptly. Trust me
bucko, the press learned it's lesson and will not presume to question The
Messiah again unless following the script they are given.

Irish Mike




 
Date: 23 Jan 2009 22:29:34
From: OrangeSFO
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
Mike's president is a black man and he's having difficulty adjusting.


  
Date: 24 Jan 2009 02:46:15
From: RazzO
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.gambling.poker/msg/ef955b96142419d7?dmode=source



On Jan 23 2009 10:29 PM, OrangeSFO wrote:

> Mike's president is a black man and he's having difficulty adjusting.


RazzO

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Date: 23 Jan 2009 23:04:27
From: Paul Popinjay
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
"OrangeSFO" <intangible103@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:1ceb40e2-fc41-4211-8dc1-50c7fd45a7bb@k36g2000pri.googlegroups.com...

> Mike's president is a black man and he's having difficulty adjusting.

It's not the black part, it's the red part.

Y'know, Orange, one of the few consolations in seeing my country going to
hell in a handbasket, is that fucks like you are going to fall along with
it. If we ever have famine in this country, it will be comforting to know
that you'll be starving too. Asshole!

warmest,
-Paul Popinjay




   
Date: 23 Jan 2009 23:26:57
From: RazzO
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
You can't blame President Obama for this;

http://www.blacklistednews.com/news-3065-0-9-9--.html

Paul, seriously. I know I'm not smart. But please tell me how the country
is worse off then the path that President Bush and the GOP had us trailing
on?


On Jan 23 2009 11:04 PM, Paul Popinjay wrote:

> "OrangeSFO" <intangible103@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:1ceb40e2-fc41-4211-8dc1-50c7fd45a7bb@k36g2000pri.googlegroups.com...
>
> > Mike's president is a black man and he's having difficulty adjusting.
>
> It's not the black part, it's the red part.
>
> Y'know, Orange, one of the few consolations in seeing my country going to
> hell in a handbasket, is that fucks like you are going to fall along with
> it. If we ever have famine in this country, it will be comforting to know
> that you'll be starving too. Asshole!
>
> warmest,
> -Paul Popinjay


RazzO

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Date: 24 Jan 2009 02:48:08
From: Paul Popinjay
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
"RazzO" <razzo@razzo.com > wrote in message
news:1fsq46xlg6.ln2@recgroups.com...

> You can't blame President Obama for this;
>
> http://www.blacklistednews.com/news-3065-0-9-9--.html
>
> Paul, seriously. I know I'm not smart. But please tell me how the country
> is worse off then the path that President Bush and the GOP had us trailing
> on?
>

Obama is not worse than Bush. They're both on the same team!
The New World Order Team.

I would rather see a dirty rotten commie like Obama at the helm, because
that may be the only thing to wake up the American people as to the danger
we're in.

By the way, you're into guns, right Razzo? Next time you're talking to a
gun dealer, ask him how gun and ammunitions sales have been lately. People
are nervous. And they're nervous for a reason.

-PP





  
Date: 23 Jan 2009 22:43:42
From: Clave
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
"OrangeSFO" <intangible103@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:1ceb40e2-fc41-4211-8dc1-50c7fd45a7bb@k36g2000pri.googlegroups.com...
>
> Mike's president is a black man and he's having difficulty adjusting.

What a genteel way of putting it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oep4mRpmrkQ&feature=related

Jim




 
Date: 23 Jan 2009 22:13:47
From: pokertank.us
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine
On Jan 23, 10:59=A0pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> I've said from the beginning that I believe Obama is a liar (20 years in =
the
> pews, didn't hear a thing) and that I don't trust his word. =A0 =A0Howeve=
r, I
> didn't expect to see his hypocrisy reported in the liberal mainstream pre=
ss.
>
> "CNN) -- Just a couple of nights ago, we heaped praise on the new preside=
nt
> for announcing what he called a new era of openness, where in his
> administration, transparency would rule the day.
> And the lobbyists that he was so critical of during the campaign? Well, h=
e
> told us they will now face even tougher new restrictions.
>
> President Obama: "The executive order on ethics I will sign shortly
> represents a clean break from business as usual. As of today, lobbyists w=
ill
> be subject to stricter limits than under any other administration in
> history. If you are a lobbyist entering my administration, you will not b=
e
> able to work on matters you lobbied on, or in the agencies you lobbied
> during the previous two years. When you leave government, you will not be
> able to lobby my administration for as long as I am president."
>
> That's what he said two days ago. But as we first told you Thursday, and
> sadly we are learning more about this Friday, President Obama already wan=
ts
> an exception to his own rule.
>
> You see, what happened is, there is this former lobbyist for a big defens=
e
> contractor called Raytheon. His name is William Lynn.
>
> President Obama wants him to be deputy defense secretary. So, the Obama
> administration wants a waiver to its own rule.
>
> That basically means they are saying, we will mostly put tough new
> restrictions on lobbyists, except when we won't.
>
> Really? Is this how it is going to be? "
>
> Irish Mike

You sound surprised... Remember, he was born and bred in Illinois
politics.



  
Date: 24 Jan 2009 02:05:35
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: A crack in Obama's propaganda machine

"pokertank.us" <hank@pokertank.us > wrote in message
news:154c4357-1b8f-4f79-9dcc-8363da1610d9@m15g2000vbl.googlegroups.com...
On Jan 23, 10:59 pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> I've said from the beginning that I believe Obama is a liar (20 years in
> the
> pews, didn't hear a thing) and that I don't trust his word. However, I
> didn't expect to see his hypocrisy reported in the liberal mainstream
> press.
>
> "CNN) -- Just a couple of nights ago, we heaped praise on the new
> president
> for announcing what he called a new era of openness, where in his
> administration, transparency would rule the day.
> And the lobbyists that he was so critical of during the campaign? Well, he
> told us they will now face even tougher new restrictions.
>
> President Obama: "The executive order on ethics I will sign shortly
> represents a clean break from business as usual. As of today, lobbyists
> will
> be subject to stricter limits than under any other administration in
> history. If you are a lobbyist entering my administration, you will not be
> able to work on matters you lobbied on, or in the agencies you lobbied
> during the previous two years. When you leave government, you will not be
> able to lobby my administration for as long as I am president."
>
> That's what he said two days ago. But as we first told you Thursday, and
> sadly we are learning more about this Friday, President Obama already
> wants
> an exception to his own rule.
>
> You see, what happened is, there is this former lobbyist for a big defense
> contractor called Raytheon. His name is William Lynn.
>
> President Obama wants him to be deputy defense secretary. So, the Obama
> administration wants a waiver to its own rule.
>
> That basically means they are saying, we will mostly put tough new
> restrictions on lobbyists, except when we won't.
>
> Really? Is this how it is going to be? "
>
> Irish Mike

You sound surprised... Remember, he was born and bred in Illinois
politics.

I'm not surprised that Obama's a liar and hypocrite. I'm surprised the
liberal press actually reported it.

Irish Mike