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Dec 29, 2011 11:50am

Obama’s Billion-Dollar Campaign? ‘That’s Bullsh**’

In an end-of-year fundraising video, Obama campaign manager Jim Messina appeals for grassroots cash, describing as  ”bullsh**” the speculation that theirs is a billion-dollar campaign.

“People have speculated that this is a billion-dollar campaign. That’s bullsh**,” he says. “We don’t take PAC money, unlike our opponents. We fund this campaign in contributions of $3 or $5 or whatever you can do to help us expand the map, to put more people on the ground, to build a real grassroots campaign that is going to be the difference between winning and losing.”

Watch the video HERE.

The Obama campaign has never explicitly thrown out the billion-dollar figure and aides have pushed back hard on media reports that they anticipate raising that much during the campaign.

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Obama Needs One Billion Dollars For 2012 Campaign

Democratic Super PAC raises individual, union, corporate and Super PAC contributions 

By Bill AllisonJun 23, 2011 6:05 p.m.

  1. The House Majority PAC, one of the two Democratic Super PACs currently seeking permission from the Federal Election Commission to have federal candidates and party officials solicit funds for them, has disclosed its first batch of donors in the 2012 election cycle. Among the big givers are stalwart Democratic donors, including unions like the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees ($200,000) and the Communications Workers of America ($50,000), individuals like Fred Eychaner ($100,000) and George Soros ($75,000), trial law firm Kazan McClain Lyons Greenwood & Harley ($10,000), tech company Integrated Archive Systems ($25,000) and America’s Families First Action Fund ($50,000), which is itself a Super PAC.Read all about it

Law firm Perkins Coie represents both groups; Robert Bauer, an attorney at the firm and former White House Chief Counsel, represents the Democratic National Committee and President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign.

Obama returns to Chicago Jan. 11 for fund-raisers

By Lynn Sweet on December 29, 2011 12:00 PM | No Comments

WASHINGTON–President Barack Obama returns home to Chicago on Jan. 11 for high end fund-raisers to bankroll his re-election drive, as he jumps back on the traveling fund-raising circuit after taking a break for a few weeks over the holidays. This will mark Obama’s tenth visit back to Chicago since becoming president.

Obama will be hosted at the North Side home of media mogul Fred Eychaner, who is also one of the biggest donors to third-party Democratic “SuperPacs,” playing a role in the 2012 campaign.



Big Government

From the New York Times:

Despite a pledge not to take money from lobbyists, President Obama has relied on prominent supporters who are active in the lobbying industry to raise millions of dollars for his re-election bid.At least 15 of Mr. Obama’s “bundlers” — supporters who contribute their own money to his campaign and solicit it from others — are involved in lobbying for Washington consulting shops or private companies. They have raised more than $5 million so far for the campaign.

Because the bundlers are not registered as lobbyists with the Senate, the Obama campaign has managed to avoid running afoul of its self-imposed ban on taking money from lobbyists.

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This former FBI informant says that it is absolutely essential to support the FBI and other law enforcement agencies in order to defeat the anti-American violent left. Brandon was a leader in the revolutionary movement, traveled to Venezuela, and was an associate of such figures as Medea Benjamin and Jodie Evans of Code Pink.





Part 1: The History of Political Correctness!


Part 2: The History of Political Correctness


Part 3: The History of Political Correctness

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Barney Frank then and now

October 17, 2010

FLASHBACK: Barney Frank in 2005: “Will Continue To Push For Home Ownership”; Frank in May 2010: “I Was Very Much In Disagreement With A Push In Home Ownership”

In 2005, Rep. Barney Frank addressed the House of Representatives in which he said “you’re not going to see a collapse that you see when people talk about a bubble. Those of us on our committee in particular will continue to push for home ownership.” Racist “Brown Berets” invade a peaceful, pro-Arizona crowd rallying in front of the All-Star Game in Anaheim, July 13, 2010. Modeled after the Black Panthers, the Brown Berets (nicknamed the “Tan Klan” because of their virulently racist views) want a “racially pure Aztlan” with all White Europeans and Jews forcibly removed. They are pro-Islamic terrorism and have called Osama Bin Laden the “Muslim Pancho Villa”. Imagine if a handful of white Tea party folks walked into a pro-illegal rally and said similar things – it would make every national news broadcast for days on end. But of course, unlike the NAACP slander claims – the Tea Party does not stand for racism. But watch as the “Tan Klan” gets a pass for their hate by the media once again.

Michelle Obama delivers remarks  during the 101st annual NAACP convention.

Michelle Obama delivers remarks during the 101st annual NAACP convention. | Photo by APClose

By AMIE PARNES | 7/12/10 2:13 PM EDT

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When the first lady appeared before the NAACP at the group’s annual conference here Monday to talk about childhood obesity in African-American communities, she connected easily with the crowd. Reaching back to her Chicago South Side roots and her years as a working mom, Michelle Obama made clear she understands how hard tackling the problem can be for working parents.

“In my house, in Marian Robinson’s house, we ate what we were served,” she said. “We ate what was there, or we didn’t eat; [and] there was always a vegetable on the plate.”

“In the afternoon, there was no way we’d be allowed to lie around the house watching TV,” she continued. “Our parents made us get up and play outside.”

Later, she added, “As I tell my kids, dessert is not a right.”

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    “As I tell my kids, dessert is not a right.”

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    “As I tell my kids, dessert is not a right.”


    “As I tell my kids, dessert is not a right.”


    Hilda L. Solis

    American Patrol Report:   Video of  Solis made in 1996 to a voter registration group that, quote, ‘we are all Americans whether you are legalized or not.’

    The American Patrol Report has the video showing Solis making this statement.

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    America Patrol has more information on Hilda Solis