October 17, 2009
Here’s a post from barry’s birth certificate pal KOS on June 1, 2004.
“The dKos 8: Senate statements (Barack Obama — Illinois)”
Link to barry’s website Barak Obama [sic] doesn’t work.
KOS [emphasis added]:
Electing Barack Obama to the Senate is a key part of taking back our Democracy from the right wing,
but to make it happen we need your energy and support.
And he lists the same history and same platform that anyone can recite…except barry voters.
Let me tell you why Kos and the Daily Kos community need to support Barack.
The most recent published poll shows US ahead, but we know that this race is going to tighten. WE can and will win back this seat, but
only if we receive grassroots support from across the country.
[Thought I'd include this paragraph because of how barry threw him under the bus.
OUR opponent has strong support from the right-wing Republican establishment, and he is extremely well funded both independently and by his party. Worse still, he recently hired the media team responsible for running ads against former Georgia Senator Max Cleland that compared the heroic Vietnam veteran to Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein. What the ads failed to mention was that Cleland lost three limbs while fighting to defend his county.
The same Max Cleland that barry disinvited to a fundraiser in July 2008 because Cleland was a healthcare "lobbyist". Strange, since barry has never had problems with Axelrod the lobbyist and if Tom Daschel--who in 2 years made $5.2 M off the healthcare industry--had just paid his taxes, he would have been Secretary of HHS.
barry minion spin:
Steve Hildebrand, in an email. He cited Obama's policy of banning lobbyists from participating in fundraising or giving money. "If we make exceptions, we will open ourselves to criticism".
Back to KOS…grassroots and money, money, money, mo-ney…
…WE need the support – and funding – of a strong national grassroots organization
to beat back the Republican disinformation machine.
How the KOSSACKS can help:
the Daily Kos community has shown what is possible when individuals around the country decide to get involved and make a difference.
We need your help.
For the short attention-spanned:
We can do it – but we need your help.
And in the comments they weren’t even sure how to spell his name and they ended up talking about Blago.