A White House of their own libelous two-faced smear… hello Alinsky

The White House’s unfounded and libelous (in my opinion and no doubt, in fact) attack on the US Chamber of Commerce and the GOP is both outrageous and totally hypocritical at the same time. Leave it to the Socialist Administration to be guilty of doing what they falsely accuse others. …pure Alinsky crapsandwich all the way.

The Chamber of Commerce and the GOP does not need any money from foreigners whatsoever. They have PLENTY OF MONEY, unlike the DEM Party in this election cycle.

The video below is a 2004 Presidential Primary Campaign Ad from a progressive/socialist organization that was required by law to disclose it’s donating contributors, yet refused to do so knowing the deadline for doing so was after the 2004 general election.

Robert Gibbs, Obama’s White House Press Secretary, was the official spokesman for that organization, Americans for Jobs, Health Care & Progressive Values.

From the Daily Caller:

The White House plans to continue attacking groups like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other conservative organizations for not disclosing the names of donors behind political ads. But during the 2004 Democratic primary campaign, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs was involved with a political advocacy group that refused to reveal its own donors until the law required it.

During a press conference Tuesday, Gibbs scolded groups that would not disclose, and has said that Americans have a right to know who is behind “largely negative campaign attack ads.”

“Simply tell us who you are,” Gibbs said.

In a speech last week in Maryland, President Obama even called the practice “a threat to our democracy.”

“The American people deserve to know who’s trying to sway their elections,” Obama said.

Under campaign finance law, the Chamber is not required to release the names of its donors. When pressed by reporters as to why groups not mandated by law should disclose their donors, Gibbs said they should do it in “the spirit of political disclosure.”

During the 2003-2004 presidential primary season, however, Gibbs worked as the spokesman for a liberal  advocacy group that ran attack ads against then-Democratic candidate Howard Dean. The “secretive” group, called Americans for Jobs, Health Care & Progressive Values, spent months organizing scathing ads without disclosing who was paying for them.

One particularly damaging  TV spot that aired in December 2003 showed a photograph of Osama Bin Laden while an ominous voice declared, “Americans want a president that can face the dangers ahead. But Howard Dean has no military or foreign policy experience. And Howard Dean just cannot compete with George Bush on foreign policy. It’s time for Democrats to think about that. And think about it now.” The ad, part of a series of anti-Dean spots, crippled the Dean campaign.

The Dean camp was furious, and called on the group to disclose who had funded the ad.

“Whoever is behind this should crawl out from underneath their rock and have the courage to say who they are,” Former Dean Spokesman Tricia Enright told The New York Times at the time. “It is hateful, it’s cynical, it’s exactly the kind of ad that keeps people from voting, that keeps people from getting involved in the process.”

The organization’s Treasurer, David Jones, refused.

“We will disclose donors when the law requires,” Jones was quoted as saying in The New York Times.

By law, organizations listed under the 527 tax code only have to reveal their donors once a quarter. Given the timing of the ad, Gibbs’ group knew they could withhold the names until after the January 2004 Iowa caucuses, which were about a month away from the time the Osama bin Laden spot hit the airways.

Read the rest of the article here.


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43 Responses to A White House of their own libelous two-faced smear… hello Alinsky

  1. Foxwood says:

    The Marxist Dems can tell you all day long that they are Capitalists, but it’s the same sh!t coming out of their mouths as comes out of their ass.

  2. tellitlikeitis says:

  3. tellitlikeitis says:

  4. VotingFemale says:

    A growing majority of people are seeing these lamers for exactly what and who they are.

  5. tellitlikeitis says:

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  7. VotingFemale says:

    Tellit! how are things going, dear?

  8. VotingFemale says:

    Did you see Christine O’Donnell jerk a knot in Chris Coons’ tail when he said in the debate he was a Capitalist?

    She whacked the holy crap out of that Marxist.

  9. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hello VF, I am doing ok. Getting real excited about Nov 2. Thanks for asking. Hope everyone else is well and doing ok.

  10. tellitlikeitis says:

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  12. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF said: “Did you see Christine O’Donnell jerk a knot in Chris Coons’ tail when he said in the debate he was a Capitalist?”

    “She whacked the holy crap out of that Marxist.”

    The last video I posted illustrates your point.

  13. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Tellit!

    G00d afternoon Bob!

  14. Foxwood says:

    Funny, the Lame Stream Media sees it as a lose for O’Donnell. Guess they saw it thought Marxist glasses.

  15. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good afternoon foxwood!

  16. tellitlikeitis says:

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  18. Foxwood says:

    Fox New is talking about Shark Protection. This is the first thing I thought of.

  19. tellitlikeitis says:


    White House Meeting for Black Journalists Doesn’t Stay Off-The-Record for Long


    The White House is usually quite good at keeping a muzzle on the media after one of its off-the-record sessions with President Obama and senior members of his administration.

    But not this week.

    A group of black bloggers and journalists from outlets like Essence and BET were invited to the White House on Monday for a half-day of policy briefings by the president’s advisers. The White House provided the journalists with an agenda that spelled out the ground rules: the first half of their briefings was to be on background, meaning they could report any information they learned but not attribute it to any specific official; the second half was off the record entirely.

    Still, that did not stop bloggers from writing about the event and, in one case, posting a video of the president’s remarks to the group.

    The blog ConcreteLoop.com posted a clip shot by a blogger for http://www.theybf.com of Mr. Obama’s meet-and-greet with the journalists. In it, the president stressed the importance of White House outreach to black media, especially blogs with large black followings.

    “The media is changing so rapidly,” the president said, acknowledging the role of the Web in allowing his administration to reach out beyond audiences that are mainstream media consumers.

    “It allows us to reach audiences that may not be watching ‘Meet the Press’ — not that there’s anything wrong with ‘Meet the Press.’ I’m just saying that, you know, it might be a different demographic,” he added, stirring a few laughs from the group.

    The black blogosphere, he added, was a crucial medium through which the White House could covey its message and get feedback from the black community.

    “Part of what’s so powerful about the Web is that it’s not just a one way conversation. And what that then means is we have the capacity potentially to get information about how people are thinking, what their concerns are, what’s working, what’s not in the way that allows us to do our job better,” he said, adding, “We’re very excited about the possibility of our interaction.”

    The White House periodically reaches out to members of the media through off-the-record sessions with journalists. The president has hosted recent gatherings with prominent liberal commentators like Rachel Maddow of MSNBC, Eugene Robinson of The Washington Post and Gail Collins of The New York Times. And after complaints from the White House Correspondents Association that the president and his staff parcel out access too sparingly, Mr. Obama hosted a group of reporters for lunch in August.

    Few details about either of those events — even the complete list of invitees — ever leaked out. But some of the bloggers who visited the White House on Monday apparently felt unbound by the ground rules.

    The blog Jack and Jill Politics, which bills itself as a having “a black bourgeoisie perspective,” wrote that Valerie Jarrett committed to having more meetings with black bloggers.

    Jack and Jill Politics also wrote about the feeling among some who attended Monday’s gathering that they were being used for political expediency. “We essentially told the White House that we are not willing to be ‘pimped,’” the blog said. “Oh, we used better articulation, but it was direct and could not be taken out of context, misunderstood or ignored.

    Keli Goff, an author and blogger who writes for theloop21.com, a news and opinion Web site aimed at a black audience, agreed with that sentiment. “I respect that the second half of the briefing was off the record, but I feel comfortable enough to say I think we made it clear that we want to be taken just as seriously and receive the same measure of access as the mainstream outlets already do,” she said. “This was a good first date. Now let’s see if there some substance there going forward.”

    Angel Laws, editor of the ConcreteLoop.com, declined to comment.

    The attention the meeting received in the black blogosphere highlighted the vast gap that remained between mainstream media outlets and ones focused at minority groups. Though the meeting occurred on Monday and had been a topic of discussion in black media circles for three days, it received virtually no attention in the mainstream press.

  20. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good political ad!

  21. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama and the Democrats theme song.

  22. tellitlikeitis says:

    A song for a sinking president.

  23. tellitlikeitis says:

    An important message for voters.

  24. Foxwood says:

    Good for you O’Reilly!

  25. Foxwood says:

    One for Whoopie and Joy…

  26. tellitlikeitis says:

    Bonus song lol!

  27. Foxwood says:

    This is what the Dems are telling Obutthole:

  28. tellitlikeitis says:

    Is Obama’s head in the clouds or is he?

  29. VotingFemale says:

    Doing well here Tellit, dear. Glad you are fired up!

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