Cult of personality watch

September 10, 2008

And you thought I was joking when I called Barack Obama "the Prophet Barack." Well, if you don’t want to believe me, how about Democratic Congressman Steve Cohen, who compared Obama to Jesus and Governor Palin to (Roman governor) Pontius Pilate:

Hmmm…maybe I should update this picture:


And I wonder if Representative Cohen‘s constituents in Tennessee’s 9th district know their congresscritter is repeating Daily Kos talking points? I wouldn’t be happy knowing my representative was a ventriloquist’s dummy for a flaming moonbat.

(hat tip: Power Line)

NOTE: This is just a Bad Posting Day(tm). First, a long post vanishes without a trace. Now, the video sin’t showing up in this post, even though it worked fine earlier and it’s still on YouTube. Argh.

Clueless Joe Biden: “Please replace me!”

September 10, 2008


I can’t believe he actually said this:



“Make no mistake about this, Hillary Clinton is as qualified or more qualified than I am to be vice president of the United States of America. Let’s get that straight,” Biden said testily when a voter told Biden he was glad the Delaware senator had been chosen and not Clinton.


“She’s a truly close personal friend and she is qualified to be President of the United States of America, she’s easily qualified to be Vice President of the United States of America and quite frankly it might have been a better pick than me,” he continued.


"I mean that sincerely, she’s first rate.”


(Emphasis added.)


So there you have it, folks. Even his running mate is saying Barack Obama made a mistake picking the Senator from MBNA to be his Vice-President. With millions of Hillary supporters still angry over the way she was treated by the Prophet Barack and the Democratic National Committee, he just blessed their resentments and all but invited them to vote for McCain.




Like Ace, I wonder if the Eagleton scenario is now in-play at Obama World-Citizen HQ.


LINKS: Hot Air, Michelle Malkin.




OK, that’s freaky

September 10, 2008


A couple of hours ago, I uploaded a post called “Cultural divide?” that referenced a Rasmussen survey showing differing perceptions in the US on the role of the courts.


That post is now gone. Surprise


I didn’t delete it, but there’s no trace on this site it ever existed. The trackback reference to Sister Toldjah’s site is there and Technorati lists it, but clicking either returns a “file not found” error.


I’ve filed a trouble ticket with Typepad; I’ll be curious to learn their explanation. That post was a lot of work and it is seriously annoying to have it vanish into the ether. And, no, I don’t have a saved draft. Angry




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