If a Disgruntled Homewrecker’s Bitter Spewings Are So Vital to National Security and Informed Consent of the Governed That the Media Feels We MUST NEEDS Be Subjected
…to her rehashing of ancient marital ills, then an equal point of “openness” and “informed citizenry”/”danger danger danger” could be made towards yet another request that The Los Angeles Times FINALLY release the 2003 Obama/Rashid Khalidi videotape, squirreled away in their vaults since 2008, eh?
…However, of greater importance in my view is the silence, save for a few journalists and pundits on the right, regarding exposing a videotape recorded in 2003 of Barack Obama at the farewell dinner for terrorist-supporting Palestinian Rashid Khalidi. News of the videotape’s existence came to light while Obama was a candidate, and the free pass given to him by the mainstream media was only just beginning to come to light when the enamored Chris Matthews’ shared news of the tingle up his leg.
While the birthers’ demands did draw some media attention, it was mostly negative and only made fun of the supposedly crazy loons on the far right who apparently were representative of all petty and irrational conservatives. No one seemed to notice that Obama had not written a single article while serving as editor of The Harvard Law Review, and no one pressed the issue of Obama’s suppressed college and law school transcripts since it was a given that his brilliance was perhaps surpassed only by the likes of Albert Einstein.
But there is a videotape sitting in the vaults of the Los Angeles Times, and every American should be screaming from the rooftops for its release…
According to accounts Roger Simon has gathered of the evening, it was very, shall we say, “Palestinian-centric” and an aspiring presidential candidate’s reaction/lack there-of to some of the purported inflammatory (no Molotovs attached THIS time) rhetoric…oh, well gosh. Could be problematic if viewed from the wrong perspective ~ like, anybody who wasn’t a Jihadi and supported Israel, schmaybe? Or your normal red-blooded American who hated poetry…
…And? Well, that’s about it. Wellsten doesn’t tell us much more from the videotape or the party other than:
“a young Palestinian American recited a poem accusing the Israeli government of terrorism in its treatment of Palestinians and sharply criticizing U.S. support of Israel. If Palestinians cannot secure their own land, she said, “then you will never see a day of peace.”
One speaker likened “Zionist settlers on the West Bank” to Osama bin Laden, saying both had been “blinded by ideology.”
So, think ~ visualize what The Dreamy, Cool, Distant One’s face was like as the “youth” recited his stanza. Of course you have to “imagine”, because his Praetorian Guard has ensured you won’t get to check your creative powers against the real thing.
Shoot. Is the tape even in existence any more? Accidents do happen.
Well, they have a way of happening.
Attempting to torpedo Newtie (who, by the way, is PERFECTLY capable of torpedoing himself and has REPEATEDLY) over Number One homewrecker’s ancient dreck about Number Two Homewrecker, when we’re ALL agreed Newtie’s a humongous ego and massive turd personally (We didn’t know this?), yet someone sits at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue this very minute and no one has ever even heard an interview with an old girlfriend, or read a single college paper he wrote. And he’s a genius.
And he’s golden tongued like Daniel Webster, so there should be a trail of tapes, interviews and moments a mile wide of this young fellow blazing his way through the cornfields and boroughs of America, especially in THIS day and age, culminating in his ascension to that most American of aspirations: the White House.
But really, nobody knows Jack about Barack. Oddest thing, that.