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I reckon WND and Corsi are crapping themselves about a Mitt Romney win. A big chunk of their business model would fall through the floor if they don't have Obama as President.

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Meanwhile, over at World Nut Daily. Joe Kovacs takes a break from writing puff pieces about birthers:

DOES BIBLE CODE PREDICT PRESIDENT ROMNEY?

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"A well-known Bible-code researcher has bad news for Barack Obama, as he claims hidden texts in the Holy Bible indicate Mitt Romney will be America’s next president.

Moshe Aharon Shak, an orthodox Jew and author of “Bible Codes Breakthrough” has produced a series of videos on YouTube with his modern analysis of Scripture."


O RLY?

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"Shak says the Hebrew code goes beyond merely stating that Romney will be president, but also describes the kind of leader he’ll be.

“The codes are telling us: a fitting president,” he explains, adding that Romney’s name is associated with the phrase, “the man (is) for Him,” referring to the Master of the universe.

“I suppose that means that he (Romney) will follow His (God’s) ways,” said Shak. “But the term goes both ways. It also means that the Master of the universe will be for him, for Romney.”


Desperate much??

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That Bible Code can be tricky. Just ask Harold Camping.

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Joseph Farah has expressed his contempt for the media in the past (a contempt that's more than likely returned).

Now Erik Rush just wants the media - and liberals in general - to be put up against the wall and shot.

How to disarm the Mainstream Media

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"Since it is Free Speech Week, I can’t think of a more perfect time to clarify just what free speech is and, more importantly, what it is not."


I'm going to make a guess and say his definition of "free speech" is "everything World Nut Daily agrees with".

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"It is improbable that the framers of the Constitution anticipated a situation in which the press were entirely given over to seditious, anti-American policies. If they had, it is likely that their modus operandi would be similar to that for any faction found guilty of high crimes. Trials for treason and the requisite sentences would apply, and I would have no qualms about seeing such sentences executed, no matter how severe."


Ever get the feeling that nobody at World Nut Daily has ever bothered to read the Constitution?

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"Those whose speech and actions impinge upon the God-given rights set forth in the Declaration of Independence and codified in the Constitution are, by definition, excepted from protection under the First Amendment (as well as the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment). This is a very important concept to consider, because it is based on these presumptions of protected speech and equal protection for all that progressives and socialists have engaged in their predation upon our liberties.

If these truths can be acknowledged and widely accepted as such (as opposed to progressives’ Orwellian interpretations), then the political disenfranchisement of liberals, progressives, socialists and Marxists can begin in earnest, and in the open."


In other words, Erik Rush believes that only conservatives that believe the same as World Nut Daily does should have any political or social rights.

(Also, from Right Wing Watch: WND Columnist: Prosecute Liberals, Journalists for Treason

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So, it is October 31 and I must have missed the enormous October surprise that has been concocted over the last year by Corsi, Zullo and Arpaio. I know I must have missed it, cause they all said they had the goods on Obama. Just wait and see. -xx

Oh well, I guess I will have to wait until tomorrow when Occidental hands over Obama's records to Orly. I don't think that Carl A. Botterud, general counsel for Occidental College has a clue about what he is about to run into....Orlylaw! All I can say is that he better bring ALL of the papers along with industrial-grade hearing protection for the inevitable screeching! :-


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I knew Corsi had nothing. He's a loser. And this ain't 2004.

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I think Corsi/WND felt like the whole Cold Cut Posse would have a lot more to it than it has. I mean they got a Republican darling in Arpaio to publicly go birther. This is a guy that every single Republican candidate during the primary was BEGGING for an endorsement. Begging. Every politically adroit Republican in the country knows who he is. He's been on 60 Minutes. Etc.

I think they figured that having him sign on would make the story go national, and make it something that mainstream Republicans could support without looking crazy or risking themselves politically. Instead it's made Sheriff Joe radioactive. No one has been touting his endorsement like they did even two years ago.

They were wrong, and while they won't drop it, I think they feel like pressing it right before the election will hurt more than help.

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Joseph Farah on Mitt Romney.

In 2007:

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I'm astounded. I don't know how else to say it. I just continue to be amazed at the number of Republicans who are so easily conned, duped and hoodwinked by Willard Mitt Romney.


2010:

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There is perhaps no more dangerous man in America today than Mitt Romney. If he succeeds Obama, it will be the final nail in the coffin of American liberty. You've been duly warned.


October 2010:

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If Mitt Romney were to become the next president, America would be done as an experiment in freedom. We would see this 235-year experiment in liberty perish before our eyes. That’s a guarantee.

I wouldn’t vote for Romney if he ran against Satan himself for president....

This is not hyperbole: Mitt Romney is the most dangerous man in America today.


February 2011:

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As I have concluded in a previous commentary, I wouldn’t vote for Mitt Romney if he were running against Satan himself.


September 2011:

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There are many Americans who simply will not reward Mitt Romney with the presidency simply because he gets the nomination as the candidate to oppose Barack Obama. You can count me as one of those millions.


March 2012:

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I don’t think I’m alone when I tell you that I could vote enthusiastically for Santorum in a race against Obama. I could not do that if Romney is the nominee.


Election Eve 2012, in a column titled "Vote for Mitt Romney"

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Fortunately, I never said what I would do if [Mitt Romney] were running against Barack Obama...

That’s why I will go to the polls today and vote enthusiastically for Mitt Romney.

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Now that is funny.

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ROFL!!!! Fortunately for him, nobody in his fan club actually reads.

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So Joseph Farah is a lying hypocrite.

And in other news, the sun rose in the east today.....

(Great collection, BTW!!) =))

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ROFL!!!! Fortunately for him, nobody in his fan club actually reads.


The only thing to rival that change of tune is Mitt himself on every single issue he has ever commented on or taken a position on.

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Below are excerpts from two Joseph Farah columns. One was published the day after the 2008 election. One was published tonight.

Can you tell which is which?

Joseph Farah: America pronounces judgment on itself

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For those of us who fundamentally reject Obama’s policies, things are going to get very rough for the next four years. We have allowed our fellow Americans to pronounce judgment on the nation.

That’s what Obama represents to me – God’s judgment on a people who have turned away from Him and His ways and from everything for which our founders sacrificed their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor...

This election could very well represent the beginning of the end of the American Dream, American exceptionalism, the American way.

But it’s no time to give up – to throw up our hands in disgust and walk away from politics. Neither is it time to surrender to the radical social agenda Obama has championed to win his victory.

It’s time to change tactics.

It’s time to double-down and fight harder.


Joseph Farah: Is this the end of America?

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America has been the boldest, most successful experiment in personal liberty in the history of the world.

Today, many Americans are wondering whether that experiment has run its course – that we might be on the verge of trading our unique heritage of independent, sovereign, limited constitutional republicanism for interdependent globalism and virtually unlimited central government power unbridled by constitutional and moral restraints.

I am one of those wondering...

I have to tell you, again. We’re better off dealing with Obama and his radical agenda now, rather than being saddled with a president who is a Republican in name only – one whose own policy prescriptions would prove disastrous for the nation and his party’s future.

So, the silver lining is that a re-energized Republican Party, responsive to its base, has a chance to make great inroads in the Congress just two years from now and to find a new face of principled leadership...

It is, indeed, a dark day in America. It’s unfortunate that enough Americans have been seduced into voting for a false political messiah. It is, indeed, a dangerous time for America.

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crossposted from voter suppression thread:

Aaron Klein has a typical hit piece up on WND --

"DID THIS DIRTY TRICK GET OBAMA ELECTED? President didn’t win single state that required Voter ID"

Then the article makes clear they mean Photo Voter ID. And I don't even know if that's true.

These people disgust me.

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crossposted from voter suppression thread:

Aaron Klein has a typical hit piece up on WND --

"DID THIS DIRTY TRICK GET OBAMA ELECTED? President didn’t win single state that required Voter ID"

Then the article makes clear they mean Photo Voter ID. And I don't even know if that's true.

These people disgust me.

I think Florida requires Photo ID. (Florida is still not done counting so maybe the article is correct)

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Since WND has come up, anyone heard a peep from face rash since the election?

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Since WND has come up, anyone heard a peep from face rash since the election?

As I recall, Genome was flying on Rmoney's plane. He may have leaned out the window and ...

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neonzx wrote:
Since WND has come up, anyone heard a peep from face rash since the election?


WND told us this on Tuesday:

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It hardly went unnoticed by the jealous and zealous monolithic media when WND senior staff writer and multiple No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Jerome Corsi began traveling with the Mitt Romney campaign weeks ago.

Various news agencies questioned Corsi and WND why he was on the press plane.

His answer was simple: “I’m a journalist covering a presidential candidate. Where else should I be?”

If only these press gatekeepers were aware of what happened yesterday – when Romney’s inner circle invited Corsi to abandon the press plane and travel with the Romney plane!

Corsi, who had planned to spend a week or two on the campaign trail, ended up staying much longer – capping it off with a stay tonight in Boston for the planned election victory night celebration.


And he shared this byline yesterday:

http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/americans-fi ... president/

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verbalobe wrote:
Aaron Klein has a typical hit piece up on WND --

"DID THIS DIRTY TRICK GET OBAMA ELECTED? President didn’t win single state that required Voter ID"

Then the article makes clear they mean Photo Voter ID. And I don't even know if that's true.


According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Florida all have Photo ID laws.

And while Klein says that Obama won four states that had non-photo ID requirements (Washington, Colorado, Ohio and Virginia, according to Klein), the NCSL says that Connecticut, Delaware, and Rhode Island also require non-photo ID to vote.

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Loren wrote:
verbalobe wrote:
Aaron Klein has a typical hit piece up on WND --

"DID THIS DIRTY TRICK GET OBAMA ELECTED? President didn’t win single state that required Voter ID"

Then the article makes clear they mean Photo Voter ID. And I don't even know if that's true.

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Florida all have Photo ID laws.

And while Klein says that Obama won four states that had non-photo ID requirements (Washington, Colorado, Ohio and Virginia, according to Klein), the NCSL says that Connecticut, Delaware, and Rhode Island also require non-photo ID to vote.

Oh. He must have made a mistake then.

:sarcasm:

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neonzx wrote:
Since WND has come up, anyone heard a peep from face rash since the election?


Face Rash was on Coast to Coast AM the night of the election. I listened to the replay last night but he's such a disgrace to the human race that I really didn't pay much attention. One of the Canadian stations (CJOB out of Winnipeg, IIRC) maintains an audio vault so you can listen to their programming from the previous 30 days or so online. I might go back and listen to the dribble...I seem to recall he was still hitting the Birfer Button....something he hasn't done on most of his previous appearances, preferring to expound on the wonders of abiotic oil or the situation with Iran.


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Oh... and he was posting here:

Romney Camp Smells Victory In Early Returns

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TRAVELING WITH THE ROMNEY CAMPAIGN – Mitt Romney is on the verge of becoming the next president of the United States, because Democrats didn’t get the votes they needed in early polling, the Republican nominee’s top strategist told reporters before the campaign plane took off from Pittsburgh this afternoon.

Later, en route to Boston, a very upbeat Romney came to the back of the plane to talk to the traveling media.

He referred to an unexpectedly large and enthusiastic crowd in Pittsburgh today.

“Just getting off the plane and seeing those people there, cheering as they were, connected emotionally with me,” he said.

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Epectitus wrote:
Oh... and he was posting here:

Romney Camp Smells Victory In Early Returns

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TRAVELING WITH THE ROMNEY CAMPAIGN – Mitt Romney is on the verge of becoming the next president of the United States, because Democrats didn’t get the votes they needed in early polling, the Republican nominee’s top strategist told reporters before the campaign plane took off from Pittsburgh this afternoon.

How'd that work out for ya, Jerry?
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Loren wrote:
verbalobe wrote:
Aaron Klein has a typical hit piece up on WND --

"DID THIS DIRTY TRICK GET OBAMA ELECTED? President didn’t win single state that required Voter ID"

Then the article makes clear they mean Photo Voter ID. And I don't even know if that's true.


According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Florida all have Photo ID laws.

And while Klein says that Obama won four states that had non-photo ID requirements (Washington, Colorado, Ohio and Virginia, according to Klein), the NCSL says that Connecticut, Delaware, and Rhode Island also require non-photo ID to vote.


I answered over here: viewtopic.php?f=61&t=6510&start=450#p441423

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