Disturbing Video: Children as Young as 5 Forced to Memorize, Sing Obama Song


I posted this comment on YouTube, on the page the video appears:

This should have taken place at night in an open air stadium, with torches blazing and Obamstika flags fluttering in the breeze.

I bet the post will be taken down, just like our free speech will be taken down by the so-called “Fairness Doctrine” if Obama wins.

Here’s the creepy video:

Notice the O-Hole logos the kids had placed on them.

UPDATE: The link in my headline to the story on Obama’s web site has been taken down.

What’s A Hillary Supporter to Do?

If you are a PUMA, there are 4 actions you can choose from:

1. Don’t vote
2. Write in Hillary’s name
3. Vote for a third-party candidate
4. Vote for John McCain

So what should a die-hard Hillary Supporter do? How do they play this game of making sure Obama does not win so Hillary can be president in 4 years?

1. Not voting does nothing to help Hillary.
2. Writing Hillary’s name in helps, you give 1/2 a point to Hillary by taking away a vote from Obama.
3. The same goes for voting for a third-party candidate, 1/2 a point for Hillary.
4. But if you vote for McCain, you give Hillary a whole point. The 1/2 point you take from Obama, and the 1/2 you give to McCain equals a full vote swing. The other 3 options do not add up to fully using your vote to help Hillary.

Therefore, PUMAs truly in the know will vote for McCain… and not tell too many people about it!

Germans Still Like Conservative Coalition

Angela Merkel

What party would you vote for in the next federal election?

Sept. 17 Aug. 20 Aug. 6
Christian-Democratic Union (CDU) /
Bavarian Christian-Social Party (CSU)
37% 37% 36%
Social Democratic Party (SPD) 26% 25% 24%
Left Party (Linke) 12% 13% 14%
Free Democratic Party (FDP) 12% 12% 12%
Green Party (Grune) 10% 10% 11%

Source: Infratest-Dimap
Methodology: Telephone interviews with 1,000 German voters, conducted on Sept. 16 to Sept. 17, 2008. Margin of error is 2.5 per cent.

McCain Makes Modest Gains in Iowa

McCain (R) Obama (D) Other / Not sure Date
(12) Rasmussen Reports 43% 51% 6% Sept. 25
(11) Marist College 41% 51% 8% Sept. 18-21
(10) Research 2000 39% 53% 8% Sept. 15-17
(9) SurveyUSA 43% 54% 3% Sept. 17-18
(8) University of Wisc-Mad 45% 45% 10% Sept. 14-17
(7) Selzer & Co. 40% 52% 8% Sept. 8-10
(6) Opinion Research Corp. 40% 55% 5% Aug. 31-Sept. 2
(5) Univ. of Iowa 43% 50% 7% Aug. 4-13
(4) Rasmussen Reports 44% 49% 7% Aug. 7
(3) Rasmussen Reports 38% 48% 14% Jul. 10
(2) SurveyUSA 45% 49% 6% Jun. 13-16
(1) Rasmussen Reports 38% 45% 16% Jun. 10

(12) Rasmussen Reports – Telephone interviews with 700 likely Iowa voters, conducted on Sept. 25, 2008. Margin of error is 4 per cent.
(11) Marist College Institute for Public Opinion – Telephone interviews with 467 likely Iowa voters, conducted from Sept. 18 to Sept. 21, 2008. Margin of error is 4.5 per cent.
(10) Research 2000 – Telephone interviews with 600 likely Iowa voters, conducted from Sept. 15 to Sept. 17, 2008. Margin of error is 4 per cent.
(9) SurveyUSA – Telephone interviews with 702 likely Iowa voters, conducted on Sept. 17 and Sept. 18, 2008. Margin of error is 3.8 per cent.
(8) University of Wisconsin-Madison – Telephone interviews with 643 registered Iowa voters, conducted from Sept 14 to Sept. 17, 2008. Margin of error is 4 per cent.

(7) Selzer & Co. – Telephone interviews with 616 likely Iowa voters, conducted from Sept. 8 to Sept. 10, 2008. Margin of error is 4 per cent.
(6) Opinion Research Corporation – Telephone interviews with 828 registered Iowa voters, conducted from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, 2008. Margin of error is 3.5 per cent.
(5) University of Iowa – Telephone interviews with 617 likely Iowa voters, conducted from Aug. 4 to Aug. 13, 2008. Margin of error is 4 per cent.
(4) Rasmussen Reports – Telephone interviews with 700 likely Iowa voters, conducted on Aug. 7, 2008. Margin of error is 4 per cent.
(3) Rasmussen Reports – Telephone interviews with 500 likely Iowa voters, conducted on Jul. 10, 2008. Margin of error is 4.1 per cent.
(2) SurveyUSA – Telephone interviews with 528 likely Iowa voters, conducted from Jun. 13 to Jun. 16, 2008. Margin of error is 4.4 per cent.
(1) Rasmussen Reports – Telephone interviews with 500 likely Iowa voters, conducted on Jun. 10, 2008. Margin of error is 4.1 per cent.
Compiled by Angus-Reid Global Monitor