The Left Will Use Foreign Poll Observers to Fight an Obama Defeat

The presidential election has the Left in panic mode.  In addition to preparing brigades of lawyers to challenge every alleged irregularity and try to reverse the voters’ verdict in court if need be, the Obama administration and its leftwing boosters are looking to an international cavalry of “election observers” to save them.

The Hill has reported that “United Nations-affiliated election monitors from Europe and central Asia will be at polling places around the U.S.” on Election Day.  There will be at least forty-four foreign observers sent by The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which is a regional inter-governmental organization that engages in democratization and human rights projects in partnership with the United Nations. Their job will be to “assess these elections for compliance with international obligations and standards for democratic elections” according to the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.

The OSCE, headquartered in Vienna, is comprised of 56 participating member states encompassing not only Europe (the one continent included in its title), but also the continents of North America and Asia.

While the United States is one of the members of the OSCE,  just as it is a member of the United Nations, neither the OSCE nor the United Nations has any jurisdiction to intrude into our elections. Yet that does not stop either international organization from doing so. For example, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights, Ben Emmerson, already injected himself into the U.S. election by his self-righteous declaration, quoted in an article by The Canadian Press, that a Romney victory would constitute “a democratic mandate for torture.”  When I asked the spokesperson for Secretary General Ban Ki-moon whether the Secretary General would be concerned that an official with a UN title was commenting on the U.S. election, he noted that “special rapporteurs are appointed by the Human Rights Council and have an independent mandate under that body. They are not appointed by the Secretary-General.”

While this high level UN official has chosen to gratuitously attack one of our presidential candidates, the OSCE is getting ready to monitor our democratic election process. They will be sending representatives not only from democracies such as France and Germany, but also from countries with dubious records on human rights and democratic freedoms such as Belarus, Serbia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan.

The 2012 presidential election will not be the first time that OSCE representatives have been invited by the U.S. government to observe our elections. The OSCE had representatives present during the last two presidential elections. However, this time around the Left is trying to use the OSCE observers to cry foul in the event Barack Obama loses in key battleground states.

The NAACP, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, ACLU and other like-minded leftist groups wrote a letter to the OSCE earlier this month saying “we believe it is particularly important that safeguards, including election monitoring, are in place in key areas around the country, and believe your presence would be particularly critical in districts in Colorado, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin.”  The letter alleged, without any credible evidence, “a coordinated political effort to disenfranchise millions of Americans.”  These leftist groups also met with representatives from the OSCE last week to reinforce this message.

Earlier in the year, officials from the NAACP presented their case against U.S. voter ID laws to the Islamist-dominated United Nations Human Rights Council. Hillary Shelton, the NAACP’s senior vice president for advocacy, said that the photo ID law “undercuts the integrity of our government, if you allow it to happen. It’s trickery, it’s a sleight-of-hand…we are utilizing the U.N. as a tool to make sure that we are able to share that with those countries all over the world.”

Matthew Colangelo, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights at the Obama Department of Justice, was formerly the Director of the Economic Justice Group at the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund.  He met with OSCE officials in his official capacity during their preliminary visit in April 2012.  Consistent with the ideology of the NAACP from where he came, Colangelo has compared voter ID requirements to a poll tax and literacy tests.  He also overruled career Department of Justice officials who had recommended that South Carolina’s voter ID law be precleared.

The Obama administration’s relationship with the OSCE deserves special scrutiny in light of its selection of Salam al-Marayati, founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council, to represent the United States government at the annual human rights conference sponsored by the OSCE this past July.  The U.S. embassy in Poland, where the OSCE conference was held, put out a statement saying that the United States is “proud” to have Salam al-Marayati serving as one of the “public members in the USG delegation.”

The Islamist Salam al-Marayati, whom the Obama administration is so proud to have sent to the OSCE human rights conference, once said that Israel should have been added to the ”suspect list” for the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack:

If we’re going to look at suspects [in the 9-11 attacks], we should look to the groups that benefit the most from these kinds of incidents, and I think we should put the state of Israel on the suspect list because I think this diverts attention from what’s happening in the Palestinian territories so that they can go on with their aggression and occupation and apartheid policies.

The OSCE was once a leader in the fight for freedom against Communism during the Cold War. But now in the fight against the global jihadist threat to freedom, the OSCE is showing signs of trending towards a pro-Islamist stance.  Approximately one year ago in Vienna, it held a High Level Conference on Countering Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims in Public Discourse. The OSCE also issued a publication entitled “Guidelines for Educators on Countering Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims – Addressing Islamophobia through Education,” in which the OSCE, the Council of Europe and UNESCO singled out for special attention alleged intolerance towards Muslims. On October 3, 2012, the Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office on Combating Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims declared that “provocative behavior purposely insulting Islam should not be justified by freedom of expression.”

The OSCE is becoming yet another dupe of the Islamists in their propaganda campaign to stifle criticism of their supremacist ideology. For its part, the Obama administration is “proud” of the 9/11 truther it sent to represent the United States at the OSCE’s human rights conference.

This same OSCE is the organization that the Obama administration and its friends on the Left so eagerly want to monitor our national elections on November 6th.

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  • objectivefactsmatter

    "If we’re going to look at suspects [in the 9-11 attacks], we should look to the groups that benefit the most from these kinds of incidents"

    Jihadis and Islamists.

    • Chiggles

      Muhammadism, period. Look how so many in the western world fall all over themselves since 9/11/01 competing to see who can bow and scrape (and bend and spread) before their new alien overlords.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        Exactly my point. Terrorism works for them. They know how to use it politically, with a few exceptions…but the bottom line is that for every moron sticking dynamite up his butt after asking for religious permission, and every Taliban incident, there are those politicians who emerge as the supposed good cop "moderates" to make all things better for us.

        They're all opposed to us, or else they're not following their texts.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "The OSCE is becoming yet another dupe of the Islamists in their propaganda campaign to stifle criticism of their supremacist ideology."

    Seems more like infiltration from where I'm sitting.

  • Annika

    Dick Morris has organized a petition against this U.N. involvement. Go sign the petition http://www.dickmorris.com/un-sends-monitors-to-pr

    • objectivefactsmatter

      Thank you

  • Steve Chavez

    GOOD, since if they were true neutral observers, they will see the fraud is by the Democrats in a conspiracy to steal this elections with people voting twice in different states and maybe more states.

    Maybe they'll see the New Black Panthers with clubs.

    If they're really lucky, they'll see Mickey Mouse voting.

  • Miriam

    the OSCE is a new ACORN. Obama tries everything to win by cheating. Stop all the foreign"observers".
    Send them back or arrest them. There have been too many cases of voter frauds (for Obama). Stop him and his thugs.

  • Schlomotion

    WHAT HAS HAPPENED is that the Republicans have alleged Democratic voting fraud, even though they control the voting machine companies and have demolished the delegate voting mechanism using coup and violence. The Democrats have now responded by calling in the UN to monitor the polls. Both parties have slimily degraded the voting process of the United States, and Frontpage Magazine was right there in the vanguard contributing to it, claiming that the Black Panthers are going to throw the election and calling for e-Verify and biometric IDs.

    • Omar

      Schlomotion, quit exporting your nonsense propaganda. No one has demolished the "delegate voting mechanism, much less used coup and violence (except for the voting intimidation case in Philadelphia four years ago). What you really want is a totalitarian society where everything goes your way and no one else's. That is so selfish, but not surprising considering the fact that you often export leftist/Islamist propaganda in your annoying comments.

      • Schlomotion

        You are wrong. The RNC excluded many district polling results. They suspended Robert's Rules of Order for meetings. They blocked duly selected delegates from attending conventions. In Louisiana the chairman was unseated and retaliated by breaking the fingers and dislocating the hip of the replacement chairman. Then they hastily moved to change the delegate selection process to exclude representation. Those constitute violence and coup. Both parties stoop to these antics, but Frontpage is trying to show one side and hide the other.

        • Omar

          Where did you find all of this so-called "information", Flipside? none of this is true at all. Where are your sources? You are simply trying to annoy us with your senseless propaganda.

          • Schlomotion

            Go ahead. Go ahead and claim right now that Maine's districts were all properly counted and were not contested. Claim that Roger Villere was not unseated at the Louisiana RNC and did not have the fingers and hip broken of the man who was elected in his place. Claim that Utah did not issue statements banning Robert's Rules of Order at the State Caucuses to ensure top down imposition of candidates.

            It only makes people who watch the elections and read the news know that you are a liar.

            I don't have to prove the sky is blue, or that 2 + 2 = 4. There are people who are paying attention to the election, and they probably aren't reading this site. If they are, then they are laughing at your vehement denial of current events.

          • Omar

            Flipside, you are in denial of current events. What you are trying to do is export paranoid propaganda.by falsely accusing the GOP of things the party didn't do. Quit repeating paranoid leftist propaganda.

          • Schlomotion

            This is another of those golden moments like when Joseph Klein said yesterday that his writing is outside the realm of academia. Also, yesterday, the idea that Mr. Hornik was performing his own Entartete Kunst was too much to handle. Today, one of the star pawns of Frontpage has to deny basic facts of the whole RNC election season by calling current events themselves leftist propaganda. This really demonstrates the narrowness of the peripheral vision of this movement.

          • Omar

            How is denouncing paranoid propaganda "narrowness"? The fact is that you keep falsely accusing conservatives and the GOP of wrongdoing when they have done nothing wrong. You believe that America and the free world should be appeasing leftist and Islamist enemies because you support totalitarianism. The RNC election season went very smoothly, but the isolationist Ron Paul campaign supporters are trying to discredit the primary election season by making an alliance with the left and falsely accuse the GOP of "gerrymandering" when nothing of the sort happened in the primary season. Flipside, keep your annoying propaganda to yourself.

          • Schlomotion

            How is defending the paranoid propaganda and character assassinations of Likud taking a broad-minded approach? Don't hurt yourself answering. Your worldview requires accusing everyone who disagrees with it of being either a leftist or an Islamist. You have severely limited your rhetorical moves by doing that. You also have to deny basic and prominent facts about the latest election cycle. You do not do this well.

          • Kufar Dawg

            So what you're really saying is you can't prove your allegations against the GOP? It certainly took a lot of ten dollar words and obfuscation to state that didn't it?

    • Ghostwriter

      In the battle between Omar and Schlomotion,I choose Omar. He seems reasonable and well-informed. On the other hand,Schlomotion attacks Jews in nearly every post he writes. His stuff is like reading "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" every day. He blames them for all the problems that afflict the world. I'd hate to be his psychiatrist. Schlomotion's mind is a scary place to be.

      • Schlomotion

        You choose Omar because when backed into a corner, he writes just like you do. He restricts himself to a few bounded output statements and tautologies. But for Zionism.

        • Omar

          Flipside, you are so ridiculous. Ghostwriter supports me because he knows I'm right. You, on the other hand, have the need to deride anyone who doesn't agree with you as an "extremist". You also have the need to export leftist/Islamist propaganda in your posts in order to annoy readers. Schlomotion, do us a favor and keep your ignorance to yourself.

          • Schlomotion

            Or…. as is plainly visible, neocon Zionists only have the "leftist/Islamist" accusation to go on when all is said and done, and quite laughably, it usually issues from a hive of people who were once Communists against people who were never even soci.alists.

          • Omar

            Or, leftists and Islamists misuse the word Zionism to try and give it a negative meaning. You really need to stop exporting leftist/Islamist propaganda.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "Or, leftists and Islamists misuse the word Zionism to try and give it a negative meaning. "

            That's a fundamental tactic of virtually every savvy totalitarian movement.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            They're not being clear. They don't mean your a hack (unless I'm misreading them), they think you're a dupe. In other words, of course you're not aware of your own biases. Few people are.

            People abbreviate too much. They should say you're a leftist Muslim dupe.

        • Kufar Dawg

          If Zionism is taken to mean the establishment of a single state of the face of the earth for Judaism and you have a problem with that, why do you have nothing to say about the 57 islamofascist states of the earth that are established for muslimes at the expense of anyone non-muslime?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            " why do you have nothing to say about the 57 islamofascist states"

            The short answer is always "dupery."

          • Schlomotion

            No, the short answer is "I don't live in one. I live in America, where the problem isn't Islam, but Hasbarism."

          • Omar

            What exactly is "Hasbarism"? Anyway, the main problem in America today is radical Islamism, which is trying to infiltrate the U.S. government through so-called "moderate" organizations. The Muslim Brotherhood is trying to use stealth jihad in order to transform the United States into an Islamist country. Sharia is one of the main problems the world faces today.

          • Schlomotion

            Hasbarism is propaganda / PR warfare for Israel with tactics and vocabulary being set up by BICOM, BIRAX, UJIA, the Likud Party, The Israel Project and others. It is highly financed, multi-tier network centric warfare for social engineering favorable attitudes toward Israel and disfavorable attitudes toward its critics. Think tanks develop tool-kits and talking points and disseminate them to their minions. These are passed back and forth in pro-Israel articles and in targeted character assassinations of high profile personalities that are selected by strategists behind closed doors. Also, the existence of such a movement is simultaneously proudly defended, denied, and blamed on Muslims.

          • Omar

            This is so ridiculous. Obviously, you don't care about the Muslim Brotherhood network that is trying to transform the United States into an Islamist country. Islamists blame anyone who criticizes their agenda of being a "racist", a "bigot" and/or an "Islamophobe". The fact remains that while Israel supports peace, democracy and freedom, its Islamist adversaries support world domination and totalitarianism. That's the reality.

          • Schlomotion

            You are right. I don't care about the Muslim Brotherhood network. Why should I? I am a 245 lb, physically fit, college educated, self-employed tall caucasian with a gun license who knows the Constitution, has been a free man all his life, has traveled about 35 states, met very few Muslims with the exception of computer programmers, mathematicians, and a few Algerian variety store managers. What in the living hell am I supposed to be afraid of from less than 2% of the US population?

            I ask you again. Why am I supposed to be unsure of my own existence so much so that I am supposed to p.ee myself every time you say "Muslim Brotherhood?"

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

            You don't care because you seem to share much of the values they have.

            And if you knew the constitution you wouldn't be taking the positions you take. How far you have traveled doesn't mean nearly as much as what you see and feel.

            The entire thread here shows how false a narrative you try to spin.

          • Omar

            Schlomotion, This is not about Muslims. This is about radical Islamism. The problem is that there are powerful Islamists who are trying to take over the world through either terror (outright violence) or stealth jihad (setting up front groups that appear moderate, but are really like Trojan Horses). The Muslim Brotherhood is trying to transform the U.S. into an Islamist country by using stealth jihad (creating front groups like the MSA and the ISNA). The fact is that the Muslim Brotherhood has a strong influence on certain institutions in this country. That's the reality.

          • Schlomotion

            You still haven't described why able bodied, physically fit, educated Americans with good citizenship need to be afraid of the Muslim Brotherhood. This seems like something only frantic weaklings obsess over.

          • Omar

            Flipside, didn't you see this video from May. It is called "The Coming Muslim Reich", and it explains the dangerous influence that the Brotherhood has regarding the election campaign of the now "president" of Egypt. The link is here: http://frontpagemag.com/2012/david-horowitz/the-c

          • Schlomotion

            Yes. I thought the tune was quite catchy. I was thinking of sampling it.

          • Omar

            Schlomotion, that song is promoting genocide. How could you say it was catchy? If that song was played in America, the people who made it would have been accused of hate speech (because it is hate speech).

          • Schlomotion

            It was catchy. It has a good beat, and the lyrics have a chipper spirit and good rhyme scheme. I liked it.

          • Omar

            Well, you just admitted the truth about yourself, Flipside. I don't understand how your mind works, but it is probably a scary place to be, considering the fact that you praised a song that calls for genocide.

          • Schlomotion

            Oh, baloney. It's no different than a Sioux war chant.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

            Yawn….

            Schlo, you are the best thing to the old Keith Olbermann show. So much nonsense and left leaning I'm thinking your computer is on it's side by now.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "You still haven't described why able bodied, physically fit, educated Americans with good citizenship need to be afraid of the Muslim Brotherhood."

            Political concessions already made in the name of "multi-culturalism" and "tolerance" (of the intolerant). Stand your ground laws don't apply when you get pissed about being woken up constantly by people shouting "allah akbar" in the middle of the night. I wish they did though.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "You are right. I don't care about the Muslim Brotherhood network. Why should I? I am a 245 lb, physically fit, college educated, self-employed tall caucasian with a gun license who knows the Constitution, has been a free man all his life, has traveled about 35 states, met very few Muslims with the exception of computer programmers, mathematicians, and a few Algerian variety store managers. What in the living hell am I supposed to be afraid of from less than 2% of the US population?"

            Then why are you as a provincial nihilist involved in discussions that don't concern you? Those who care know quite a bit more than you do. Let's leave it at that and if you become curious, start with being more concerned about establishing facts and discerning them from lies.

          • Schlomotion

            Of course they concern me. They wouldn't if these conversations were only happening in Israel, but they aren't. They are also happening in Boston. We also have Larry Summers here and Charles Jacobs, and Richard Landes. You guys want my country to go to war for your country.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "Of course they concern me. They wouldn't if these conversations were only happening in Israel, but they aren't."

            Isreal is a very small front in the war, and the one that gets the most attention. If it was contained there in the first place, it would be over by now. It wasn't and isn't.

            "They are also happening in Boston. We also have Larry Summers here and Charles Jacobs, and Richard Landes."

            Yes, and?

            "You guys want my country to go to war for your country."

            Which guys? Whose country? I thought you were American?

          • Schlomotion

            I am American, and there is nothing American about being fearful and paranoid of Muslims or going to attack Iran as a Hessian for Israel.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "I am American, and there is nothing American about being fearful and paranoid of Muslims or going to attack Iran as a Hessian for Israel."

            Well, if you got to define what is and isn't American, I suppose many people would be worried, and somehow I doubt they are.

            But you also missed my point. What does this line mean: "You guys want my country to go to war for your country?"

            Whose country is going to war for what? What are you talking about? You're inventing BS because you don't have any facts on your side. You repeat lies authored by Soviet and Islamic propagandists. Whether you do so innocently is another matter. This is why you are an dupe.

            For example, show me your list of people denied justice by Israel. Supposedly there are masses of land stolen. Stolen from who? "The Arabs?" Really? Which ones?

            Oh, do you mean "sovereignty" that they never had because it takes skills, will, and effort not to mention other intangibles to create sovereignty and their interests were always to destroy for religious motives? Is that your "evidence' of "stolen land?"

            Dude, check your objective facts before ranting. Quoting other bigots, no matter how well known, just won't cut it.

          • Schlomotion

            If I am a Soviet dupe, then you are a poor man's knockoff of Roy Cohn. Here we are in 2012 and you are accusing people of repeating the USSR's party line. It's beyond silly. It's false drama. And now I am supposed to step and fetch lists for you of people denied justice by Israel, the mere act of my obedience or disobedience being the paltry token which is the measure of said service to you, and not any genuine proof or disproof? Please. It is a case of the evidence being SO easy to give that the hard part is getting a wheelbarrow at midnight to put all the names into. You capitalize on the fact that the readership is still so wildly ignorant as to accept a bundle of links and names and rosters as facts or misfacts. When they are provided, they are dismissed anyway as suits the deen of your sophistical sharia.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "Hasbarism is propaganda / PR warfare for Israel with tactics and vocabulary being set up by BICOM, BIRAX, UJIA, the Likud Party, The Israel Project and others."

            Propaganda http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=propag

            1718, from Mod.L. propaganda, short for Congregatio de Propaganda Fide "congregation for propagating the faith," committee of cardinals established 1622 by Gregory XV to supervise foreign missions, properly ablative fem. gerundive of L. propagare (see propagation). Modern political sense dates from World War I, not originally pejorative.

            Not originally pejorative. It literally is propagation. So what? If they use facts, and assume in an open society that lies are going to be discovered when fighting OPEC and liberals, it makes no sense to lie. They don't. You simply disagree with their conclusions because you believe Muslims and other bigots over Jews. If you actually knew their religious texts, you'd know why we scoff at you for your stubbornness.

          • Schlomotion

            No. I simply disagree with their conclusions. Your "because" is all messed up. I have to keep reminding you that I don't believe Muslims qua Muslims and I have read the Koran several times.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "I have read the Koran several times"

            I said "texts," not "the Koran. If you don't know why I say that, you've again confirmed my claim.

            >"You simply disagree with their conclusions because you believe Muslims and other bigots over Jews."

            "I simply disagree with their conclusions. Your "because" is all messed up."

            Your narratives are aligned with the Muslim's. Therefore if they are wrong, you are their dupe. They are wrong.

          • Schlomotion

            It is a great irony that it is never a Muslim, but always an Israel advocate that evangelizes me to read the Koran, but that that is not enough, I must also read the Hadiths, and even still, I must read the fanatical paperbacks of Wahhabist apologetics that they sell in Mosques and incense kiosks.

            Truly, I have never been evangelized by a Muslim. It is always Jews or Christian Zionists who insist that I read and read every last pungent syllable of Islam. Muslims get so much free publicity.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "It is a great irony that it is never a Muslim, but always an Israel advocate that evangelizes me to read the Koran, but that that is not enough, I must also read the Hadiths, and even still, I must read the fanatical paperbacks of Wahhabist apologetics that they sell in Mosques and incense kiosks."

            You lose again by trying to put words in my mouth. Islamic texts are those considered canonical. Yes, you must read the hadiths. You want us to think you have, but you haven't. Sectarian rhetoric might be interesting in some cases, but when you don't even understand the fundamentals of Islam, why would I mention any sect at all? I didn't. You're trying to use smokescreens.

            "Truly, I have never been evangelized by a Muslim."

            That is not the point at all. In fact, if you had been learning about Islam rather than fighting for it, you'd know why.

            "It is always Jews or Christian Zionists who insist that I read and read every last pungent syllable of Islam."

            For you, this makes sense in the context of you presenting yourself as having proved Islam is benign. You're clearly wrong, so it's natural that people redirect you to the evidence of this. Your denials mean nothing to those who know the facts.

            "Muslims get so much free publicity."

            It's not free for those who lose blood and their lives. Why not compare the supposed crimes of Israel you talk about in proportion to those crimes committed in the name of Islam according to the culprits?

            As opposed to how many "Anthrax killers" who shouted "Jesus is great" while detonating their devices? How many did you find?

          • Schlomotion

            Harry S. Truman counts.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "Harry S. Truman counts."

            You've just lost the argument for as long as anyone can remember what you've said here. The fact is the Truman agonized over the decision and believed he was saving lives, if I assume correctly that you are talking about using the atomic weapons.

            The facts are without question on his side, but it is the emotional baggage and political correctness arguments that are used against him, also authored by the Soviets.

            No loyal American who had knew the facts of history would ever argue the points you try to make. Only communists and dupes opposed his decisions, except some hawks wanted to use them again in Korea, but that would have just given more ammunition to the future liars, now wouldn't it?

            In war, killing 50 to save 500 is not immoral, unless you hate the people you've saved. You must hate American soldiers.

          • Schlomotion

            The reason why you must rely on the "communists and dupes" argument is because you simply squat in the shell of Cold War rhetoric from when America was at its peak. The Hasbara squadron found that old abandoned tank lying around and think they can crush Americans with it who don't join the lunatic fringe of Zionism. It doesn't work. We don't squash.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "What exactly is "Hasbarism"?"

            It's those Jews who hate our culture and freedoms, hate the fact that we in the West were founded on Biblical principals.

            Islam is benign. So is Anthrax. Look at the lake in the sky. The moon is made of cheese, and Mohammed split it in 2, or something like that.

          • Schlomotion

            The Anthrax attacks were done by a Roman Catholic. OH NO!!!! Roman Catholics. Aaaaahhhh! Biblical principles at work! (Principles, by the way, not the managers of schools).

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "The Anthrax attacks were done by a Roman Catholic. OH NO!!!! Roman Catholics"

            Show me the cause and effect of the Roman Catholic theology or texts and his actions, and then you can start to make your case (but you'd be better off if you can repeat this for at least a fraction of the times anyone can do the same for showing Islamic theology causing chronic terrorism).

          • Schlomotion

            I have shown sufficiently that one or a few examples of wrongdoing can be used, as Zionists use it, to indict a whole religion and its followers. Getting bogged down in a theological debate over it is for seminarians.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "No, the short answer is "I don't live in one. I live in America, where the problem isn't Islam, but Hasbarism."

            This is the answer of a dupe.

          • Schlomotion

            Your argument is identical to the one where I am a dupe of Satan because I don't believe in Judgment Day. Another of your weird suction cup handles on my psyche doesn't attach.

      • Omar

        Thanks, Ghostwriter. You are reasonable and well-informed too. As for Schlomotion, we all know that he is a lunatic who repeats leftist/Islamist propaganda to annoy us. Schlomotion supports leftist/Islamist totalitarianism.

    • jose

      The black panthers did intervene in the election. I saw the video proof. You must be blind.

      • Schlomotion

        I saw the video too. It was one guy and he got busted down for it. Every election season some jackass gets busted at the polling place for obstructing. Every season, a different kind of person.

        • Omar

          What happened in Philadelphia was a significant event because it disproved the left-wing myth that there is only one form of racism. Obviously, Holder doesn't believe in a color-blind society and he doesn't care about the rule of law either. He helped deport young Elian Gonzalez to Castro's Cuba. Holder also encouraged Clinton to pardon 16 members of the Stalinist/Maoist FALN terrorist group without meeting with the victims' families to discuss the issue. Bottom line: Eric Holder is a disgrace and he must leave his job as Attorney General.

          • Schlomotion

            Bah. Everybody knows there is more than one form of racism. Southeast Asians hate one another. Jews hate Arabs. Dominicans hate Puerto Ricans. The event in Philadelphia was just quadrennial nonsense. We agree on Eric Holder's dismissal, though.

          • bkopicz

            Don't forget and Schlomotion hates Jews

          • Omar

            Yeah, well leftists and Islamists hate anyone who opposes their agenda for world domination.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

            Do you say that like you're defending racism?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "We agree on Eric Holder's dismissal, though"

            That's the central point. The rest is rhetoric.

  • LibertarianToo

    WHAT HAS HAPPENED is that the Fascist Left are in a dither because they know that simple ID reqirements weed out some of the felons, foreigners and frauds that are Obama's natural constituency.

    And of course they don't trust Americans to run our own elections -or raise our own kids, run our own businesses, think our own thoughts, speak our own minds, or run our own lives.

    • Schlomotion

      It does not make you a "fascist leftist" to not want to show your Nazi papers to the Nazis. You, on the other hand would probably be happy if they clipped a tag on your ear, like a good farm animal.

      • Omar

        Once again, you are annoying people with your totalitarian propaganda, Schlomotion. Voting ID is simply a way to ensure that there is no voting fraud in elections. It does not exclude any voters based on characteristics.

        • Schlomotion

          Voting ID is the Mark of the Beast, and you are happy to be a beast if you know your master is going to give you good feed. I am not a beast, so I oppose it. I am a free man, and you are a voluntarily domesticated animal. Big boys get the Constitution. Little boys get the purple thumb. You are of the purple thumb crowd.

          • Omar

            How am I the purple thumb? I get the Constitution. You and other leftists and Islamists do not. I support democracy, while you support tyranny. That's the reality.

          • Schlomotion

            Please. You can't get in line fast enough for your whiffle, your ear tag, your magnetic strip, your rectal RFID, and your happy sticker.

          • Omar

            And you just don't want to accept reality, Schlomotion. You post totalitarian propaganda in order to annoy us readers. I post facts, while you post lies. That's the reality.

  • http://tarandfeathersusa.wordpress.com/ Iratus Vulgas

    If Romney wins, will the dems accept the results? In 2000 they howled about Bush stealing the election but they eventually backed down. I wonder to what extent they might go to hold on to the presidency at any cost this time around. I don't think it's over the top to speculate that Nov 6 might be a flashpoint for something catastrophic. Someone set my mind at ease and call me paranoid.

    • Kufar Dawg

      To be fair, Dubya didn't have members of the New Black Panthers utilizing intimidation to stop non-blacks
      from voting at polling stations.

  • pierce

    Some one ought to throttle Schlomotion, he has more minuses than pluses. I would say that he is out of touch with reality. Oh, and if Romney wins they, the deems, will ask for a recount.

    • Kufar Dawg

      I don't have a problem with that, it might be interesting to see how much voter fraud they shake out on Obama's votes.

    • Pam

      It won't just be a recount e need to be worried about. I am worried about full scale riots the likes of which we have never seen before.

  • Omar

    Flipside, why do you keep bringing the Likud Party into this conversation? Likud operates in Israel, not America. Instead, talk about how the United Russia Party is trying to influence America's national security just like the KGB used to do. Talk about how the Muslim Brotherhood is using stealth jihad in order to infiltrate America's institutions to transform America into an Islamist country. Yet, you don't complain about what URP or the Muslim Brotherhood are doing in regards to America's national security because you support them. I criticize leftists and Islamists because they are anti-freedom and anti-democracy. Both leftists and Islamists wish to do harm to America, Britain, Israel and the free world allies. That's the reality.

    • Schlomotion

      Likud also operates in the United States, just not legitimately. You can deny it. Add it to the list. The United Russia Party is also trying to influence America's national security. They use RT to do it. The Muslim Brotherhood has not convinced our Presidential wannabes to dedicate four minutes to appeasing Saudi Arabia, so I am not worried about them. On the other hand, Kach Party tried to assassinate Darrell Issa. That's pretty bad, considering he does such a good job ferreting out Muslim proxies.

      • Omar

        Likud doesn't operate in America, period. On the other hand, there are 29 organizations in this country that are affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood network. The Brotherhood's memorandum says so.

        • Schlomotion

          There is no mafia.

          -American Friends of Likud
          -World Likud
          -Netanyahu / Romney donor overlap: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-ea

          I can do this all day.

          • Omar

            And do you know the dangerous forces affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood that are trying to infiltrate and control the U.S. government? Didn't you read the "Islamists in Government" section of Discover the Networks? Didn't you read the "Muslim Brotherhood in America" pamphlet? Besides, our president has received the endorsement of numerous figures with connections to either radical leftist or Islamist organizations. Obama has also received the endorsement of some foreign figures, including Mariela Castro (the daughter of Raul Castro, the dictator of Cuba), who came to the United States this past June to lecture Americans on "gay rights" (despite the fact that her family dictatorship has persecuted homosexuals in the past). The president has also received the endorsement of the despotic autocrat, Hugo Chavez, who stole another election in Venezuela a couple of weeks ago. The fact is that there are dangerous influences surrounding the presidency today.

          • Schlomotion

            Yes. I have been reading Discover the Networks since 2005. I have been watching the CSPC since 1989.

            Really, Kurt Nimmo is a kook, but his description of Discover the Networks was accurate:

            Horowitz’s lumping together of such disparate people as Ted Kennedy and Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman sends an unmistakable message, the same message sent five days a week by the proto-fascist radio demagogue Michael “Savage” Weiner: if you are left of center-right, you are a “cancer cell” (in Weiner’s words) and thus a dangerous threat to the body politic and should be excised pronto.

            http://www.pressaction.com/news/weblog/full_artic

            I definitely read the various pamphlets. If I can commit myself, the Islamophobia one needs a total rewrite and debunking. It's on my to-do list.

            Really, a lot of your claims of nefarious influences are at two and three removes to the President. At that distance, I am practically shacked up with Paris Hilton.

          • Omar

            Flipside, are you really buying Nimmo's BS? Nimmo writes for CounterPunch, the neo-Stalinist propaganda "newsite" founded by the late Alex Cockburn. I knew you were going to use an article written by a leftist to try and discredit me, but it is not working because facts always beat propaganda any day.

          • Schlomotion

            There isn't anything wrong with that particular article that I can see. It's pretty accurate.

          • Omar

            No it is not, Flipside. Nimmo's article consists of false BS against Discover the Network. The author writes for CounterPunch, which is a neo-Stalinist website. Nimmo is really biased.

          • Schlomotion

            Your argument is really thin. "writes BS, neo-Stalinist, and biased" apply to this site as well.

          • Omar

            Schlomotion, my argument is based on facts. Front Page Magazine posts accurate information about the news, while CounterPunch lies about the news in order to export their totalitarian propaganda.

          • Schlomotion

            You keep saying that, but it's not very accurate, especially considering that Alexander Cockburn put David Horowitz to shame so many times.

          • Omar

            Flipside, you are so ignorant of the facts of reality. Alex Cockburn was a leftist/Islamist propagandist. Discover the Networks is a useful website dedicated to explaining the connections of the unholy alliance between the far-left and radical Islamists. The truth is that Cockburn was part of that unholy alliance because he falsely viewed America and its allies as "terrorists". Cockburn was a Stalinist/Maoist and an Islamist sympathizer. He supported tyranny and totalitarianism. That's the reality.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

            He's reduced to name calling and denial of facts. It's so much fun to dismantle the muslim friendly trista parsi kind of trolls!

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "Really, a lot of your claims of nefarious influences are at two and three removes to the President. At that distance, I am practically shacked up with Paris Hilton."

            I take your point, but (and I could be wrong here) the discover the networks articles (which I find a waste of time for me) are about showing affiliations where evidence might emerge. It's not an indictment for each relationship.

            That's how I take it, and that's why I rarely find use. The exception is that when new evidence emerges about conspiracies, some times it's interesting to go back to see who cited this first as a potential problem.

            Don't extrapolate when it's not called for. You do that a lot. Liberals do that to each other, and paranoid conservatives do too, but generally the idea of conservatism is advocating the original doctrines and values of the nation, due process and so forth. Making suggestions or talking about connections is not persecution per se.

          • Choi

            OF COURSE YOU CAN AS YOU'RE A PAID TROLL.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

            They are so predictable.

            And they all desperately stick to a single set of talking points. Most are Iranian friendly when you dig through them. They're muslim friendly and they're not very flexible, they must expect us to fall as easily as Neda.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        "The United Russia Party is also trying to influence America's national security. They use RT to do it."

        RT is nothing. They have more influence than any other foreign entity if we count legacy effects of the Soviets. Their effects today? Do you think all of their operators went home after Gorbachev said uncle? This is extremely naive.

        "The Muslim Brotherhood has not convinced our Presidential wannabes to dedicate four minutes to appeasing Saudi Arabia, so I am not worried about them"

        This comment alone illustrates how your opinions are generally missing important facts. You miss the most important facts that unpin virtually every argument you make on this site.

        You trivializing the seriousness of a threat that has been unstopped for nearly 14 centuries is just beyond belief given how much time has been spent explaining it to you. It's called willful ignorance. You've got it because it works for you.

        • Schlomotion

          I know for a fact that their operators didn't go home after Gorbachev said uncle. I used to track members of ANSWER, Spartacus, I.W.W., ISO, Avakianites, and NEFAC who used to hijack protests and censor legitimate criticism of government. They didn't go home, but they are not very good at what they do.

          Their influence and effectiveness is overstated, and that of American Islamists even more so.

          • Omar

            And you are part of the ANSWER/ ISO hate cult, Flipside. The so-called "anti-war" protesters who tried to save Saddam's brutal regime do not care about peace nor democracy. The "anti-war" hate cult cares about imposing Stalinist/Maoist/Islamist totalitarianism on the world's population. You happen to support that crowd since you dislike America's democratic system. Keep your ignorance to yourself.

          • Schlomotion

            Ah, no. I am not. You are definitely full of it there, "Omar." My interactions with ANSWER and ISO have always been negative, and to their detriment. I have consistently portrayed them negatively and outed members of their groups who were acting secretly to control protests or media sites. That's a really dumb accusation on your part.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

            Schlo, why do you think anyone might be dumb enough to take you even slightly seriously?

          • Omar

            Flipside, you, ANSWER and the ISO share a common goal, which is to demonize the democratic state of Israel. The three of you also have the need to demonize America and its democratic and free-market system. You share common goals with those radical groups.

          • Schlomotion

            OK, so you are basically being dumb on purpose now. You are also harming your argument by insisting that someone who is against ANSWER and the ISO is for ANSWER and the ISO. You are also harming your argument by lumping all critics of Israel into the category of "soc.ialist." That's not only incorrect, it's wildly dumb and quite self-sabotaging.

          • Omar

            Then how come you support the isolationist Ron Paul? His foreign policy is a leftist's foreign policy.

          • Schlomotion

            Easy. He's not an isolationist. You just hate good candidates.

          • Omar

            Yes he is. If Ron Paul is not an isolationist, then why is he endorsed by the so-called "Occupy" movement and its supporters? The OWS movement wants to impose Communist totalitarianism in America.

          • Schlomotion

            Your argument is circular. Ha ha.

          • Omar

            Your argument is circular. Mine makes sense.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

            His is too lumpy to be really circular, ovoid perhaps?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "Their influence and effectiveness is overstated, and that of American Islamists even more so."

            A bull in a China cabinet may not find what he's looking for, but he's going to wreak a lot of trouble for the China owner. I don't care how effective they are. They are deluded, yet dangerous. They like to use violence and murder to make the news and shout how their moon idol is the greatest god. We don't expect them to be geniuses. They still are very dangerous and as soon as a mosque opens near you, you'll wish you took more time to learn from some of us what you should have been worried about all along.

            It's happening already, even though their end game will fail completely. It still sucks for us to have to put up with present day violations of our constitutional rights in order to please politically correct morons.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "They didn't go home…"

            OK then.

            "…but they are not very good at what they do…Their influence and effectiveness is overstated, and that of American Islamists even more so."

            I think you're simply confused. I've said more than once that the risk of a totalitarian ideology is present long before there is any risk they will realize their end goals. The proverbial bull in a China factory is probably not looking to expand his China collection, but can wreak a lot of damage anyway. Likewise with totalitarian goons.

  • http://twitter.com/undefined @undefined

    "The OSCE was once a leader in the fight for freedom against Communism during the Cold War. But *now* in the fight against the global jihadist threat to freedom, the OSCE is showing signs of trending towards a pro-Islamist stance." Only "now"? Really? A little dose of Julia Gorin (e.g., re the "Racak massacre")? Too pro-Serbian?

    • guest

      Its like CAIR, and muslim brotherhood, is a muslim controlled group. They should have to wear jihad jackal ids.

  • Ghostwriter

    If I had to choose between Omar and Schlomotion,I'd choose Omar. He,at least lives in the real world,unlike Schlomotion who uses anti-Jewish stereotypes in his post. He's a Jew hating idiot and I wish he'd get a brain. What a nitwit Schlomotion is.

  • Ghostwriter

    Why is the U.N. trying to monitor our elections? We do a pretty good job on our own. We don't need the U.N.'s help in this matter.

  • don

    pastor john haggelof san antonio stated that people do what they do
    because they do what they are. before they change what they do
    they have to change what they are as a person. we know that our preident was raised and mentored by socalists/communists. he has admitted that he haa a islamic aith back in 2008 in a inerview with geo stephanopolis. he has een shown tlo be a compulsive sretcher of the truth many times.
    he has surrounded himself with people o the same type. why woulld anyone expect him to change after getting a second term? or, is this what the people of the usa are lookinng for in a leader of our country and the world.

    has been shown to be a compulsive it has been s

  • riverboatbill

    Let the UN flunkies watch our elections on CNN.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    Why do I get the idea that they will do more than observe, who will be watching them,
    they will probably vote and do so often……………William

  • popseal

    This Obamamania is so out of hand, the closer the election comes, the more hyper the social commentary seems to be getting. Can the results of the election be accepted peacefully? I don't think so!

  • amused

    Yea , I wonder too , especially if Obama manages to win .

  • amused

    If the last four years of behavior, on the part of Republicans is any indicator , I'd say there will be trouble .

  • amused

    Should Obama lose , I wonder if Democrats will publicly declare that " We want to see Romney fail "

  • amused

    I also wonder , if the newly elected Romney will have to put up with a Democra verson of the Republican jerk -Wilson , will stand up in Congress in front of the Nation and the World and call him a LIAR .

    • jose

      Let the truth be told he is a lier.

    • bkopicz

      I wonder if Romney will win the Nobel prize for nothing like Obama

  • amused

    I wonder if the newly elected Romney will have to put up with insults to his wife and family

    • mommy

      omg will u need the suicide prevention lifeline if Romney wins?

      • SCREW SOCIALISM

        Nah. Give amused some of the meds shown on TV. The ones that have suicidal thoughts as a side effect.

    • bkopicz

      I wonder if Romney will have schools named after him within weeks of getting into office like Obama did

  • amused

    And what if one muslim should be found employed in his Admin . would Pres.Romney be called a muslim who wants to destroy America ?

    • mah29001

      No "international observer" has ever condemned the hyper usage of the "anti-Islamophobia" campaign. I'm so tired of that damn movement.

    • jose

      Obama said he has "muslim faith" on cbs interview with stephanopoulous. 4 Million hits buddy. :(

    • objectivefactsmatter

      Let's wait to see if he behaves like Obama before making baseless accusations. Obama had his chance and played his cards. Most smart people can see his hand from any polling station. Obama is not judged unfairly. He had huge support on inauguration day. He blew it. Get over it you loser.

    • bkopicz

      And I wonder will Romney news casters get a thrill up their leg like Obama caused

  • amused

    Yup , it's gonna be reeeal interesting to see who will peaceably accept what , after election day .

  • amused

    Sorry about all the posts , but I guess I'm on a one way street when it comes the same harsh words you guys use , when I use it against republicans , it's unacceptable to Admin .

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Try the daily kos. They like your kind of crap.

    • objectivefactsmatter

      "Sorry about all the posts , but I guess I'm on a one way street when it comes the same harsh words you guys use , when I use it against republicans , it's unacceptable to Admin"

      I think it's funny when children mimic what they hear and try to "turn the tables," never paying attention to see if the inverse accusation has the same veracity.

      How old are you again?

      Face it; Obama is a horrible leader. Are all of the accusations true? Probably not all of them. There are however factual reasons for making them in the first place. Use that as a guideline for your own accusations and people will treat you with more respect.

  • mah29001

    Why haven't international observers condemned Obama supporters' obsession into claiming opposition to Obama means they "hate" his ethnic background?

  • Cold Hard Truth

    The united nations is a fraud and our continued membership only puts our sovereignty and future freedoms in jeopardy. Their poll watchers have no business being here and should not be allowed access to any polling places as they are not US citizens and have no business in these locations._

  • https://www.facebook.com/richard.terrell.524 Richard Terrell

    Mr. Obama and his minions will attempt to continue his administration (regime) whether he wins the election or not. This is the imposition of Chicago-style politics on a national scale. Look for trouble after the election, either way. If Romney clearly wins, the rioters are already in place. If U.N. "observers" come in here and declare Obama the winner after an apparent Romney victory, the nation will divide into groups that despise and hate each other.

  • jose

    Remember ,barack obama lied about 40times to Americans through the media. '"its all about anger for that movie on YOUTUBE" . LOL ;) ///what movie*