That’s Right Nate

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Why I Don’t Trust the Obamas

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The reason I don’t like the Obamas is because I don’t trust them.  Everytime we get wind of something negative against Obama, they cover it up immediately.  Remember that Whitey video?  When was the last time you heard about it.  The Obamas obviously got to the video, we expected that, but they also managed to cover it up so the press doesn’t talk about it anymore.

Larry Sinclair who has a wonderful anti-Obama site that has sent many readers over here told of how he had a gay affair with Obama where they took massive ammounts of drugs together.  After addressing the National Press Club, Sinclair was taken off by federal marshalls over a federal charge in Delaware.  WIth his long rap sheet they will probably be able to effectively shut him up.

What about the Rezko trial, where the prosecutors dealt with other issues of corruption and pretty much left Obama out of the trial completely?  Even the Republican prosecutor went along with protecting Obama.

It seems everytime we find knowledge of Obama engaged in wrongdoing, it is immediately covered up.  They’ll do things like change the subject like when Obama pointed out that McCain doesn’t wear a flag pin just because he was accused of not wearing one.  They’re slick and crafty and that is not a good thing.

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Written by thatsrightnate

June 22, 2008 at 9:58 am

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  1. Well the reason the so called “whitey video” disappeared from the media is because it doesn’t exist. Even the person that originally went on FOX talking about it has admitted he didn’t see it. This is the internet age. It would be virtually impossible (no pun intended) to get rid of it online if it did exist. Someone, somewhere would still have a copy. It just goes to show how you can’t believe everything you read online.

    embrownny

    June 22, 2008 at 10:22 am

  2. You don’t know that embrownny! That would be something a Obama worker would say! Good reporters do not go around spreading that kind of thing without knowing that its true..other words all reporters are not like the ones at The New York Times! 🙂
    http://goodtimepolitics.com/2008/06/22/col-oliver-north-slaps-the-kfc-out-of-barack-obama/

    goodtimepolitics

    June 22, 2008 at 10:46 am

  3. @ goodtimepolitics–I don’t know a lot of things. But I do know that all reporters are not good reporters and everyone who decides to spread a rumor is not a reporter. News outlets often report things that are not verified in the name of ratings and being “the first” to get the word out. I work in the publishing industry and know about fact-checking. Therefore, I just don’t believe everything that I read–especially online on blogs particularly.

    embrownny

    June 22, 2008 at 11:07 am

  4. Well I’m glad you stopped by embrownny. One thing you can be sure if is that I will never spread an unfounded rumor. That’s why I’ve spent so much time recently clearing up smears against John McCain.

    thatsrightnate

    June 22, 2008 at 12:03 pm

  5. I dont trust them either.

    Ben K

    June 22, 2008 at 12:39 pm

  6. yeah, you really cleared up that smear about mccain being old. oh, wait…he’s still old.

    thatswrongnate

    June 22, 2008 at 9:03 pm

  7. I don’t trust Obama either. With only two teams to choose from, he’s a White Sox fan. Everyone knows the Cubs are the best team in all sports.

    Suck on this weekend 2005 World Series “Champions.”

    steve

    June 22, 2008 at 9:17 pm

  8. You know the last time the Cubs won it all, was 3 years before John McCain’s father was born.

    thatsrightnate

    June 22, 2008 at 9:58 pm

  9. Then Papa McCain would have been seven or eight when the White Sox perverted the World Series.

    steve

    June 23, 2008 at 5:39 am

  10. Its kind of hard to believe that two Chicago teams would get paid to throw the World Series in back to back years. With their record of futility paying either the White Sox to lose the World Series (like gamblers did in 1919) or the Cubs to lose (like gamblers did in 1918) would be akin to paying the Democrats to lose an election.

    thatsrightnate

    June 23, 2008 at 8:23 am

  11. Is this true? Obama’s a White Sox fan? I’m disappointed to hear it. Hillary said she was a Yankees fan which didn’t improve her popularity in this household. Two candidates with two teams each to choose from and they both pick the wrong one? It’s disturbing.

    zenyenta

    June 23, 2008 at 10:00 pm

  12. Obama is a huge White Sox fan (as is Nate). He, Obama, even threw out the first pitch at the Sox first World Series game in 2005. True Americans are part of Cubs’ Nation. The White Sox threw the World Series, demolished the ball park, beat up the umpires and opposing first base coaches, corked their bats, and scalped tickets. The ticket scalper, Eric Soderholm, was young Nate’s boyhood hero.

    steve

    June 24, 2008 at 3:44 am

  13. First I’ll admit that for the smell of fresh ivy and urine, Wrigley Field can’t be beat. Secondly, while the White Sox did throw the 1919 World Series as the Cubs did in 1918 (http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=401966). The White Sox never did keep a whole race of people from playing in our nation’s game the way that the Cubs did (http://baseball.suite101.com/article.cfm/the_birth_of_negro_league_baseball). Yes, former White Sox player Eric Soderholm retired and became a ticket scalper, but that’s different than the team scalping its own tickets–to me that’s far worse (http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=zumsteg/060810). As the team of the working class South and West sides, the White Sox have had a traditionally large following among Chicago’s African-American and Latino fans, wheras Wrigley Field tends to draw more fans of non-color. I don’t think it is a case of good judgement on Obama’s part so much as a cultural thing.

    thatsrightnate

    June 24, 2008 at 8:08 am

  14. That’s a classic Republican technique, Nate. Divert attention from the real issues by slinging mud at your opponent. I notice you could not counter the corked bats, field demolition, and brutal physical attacks on umpires and opposing coaches. Is this then what you admire in the White Sox — cheating, mass destruction, and violence? With those qualities I am sure your John McCain is the biggest White Sox fan of all time.

    steve

    June 24, 2008 at 9:44 am

  15. Ah corked bats – None of those with the White Sox. However, there was that time when Sammy Sosa…(http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/baseball/news/2003/06/03/sosa_ejected_ap/)

    Field Demolition – Almost a forfeit this year(http://www.baseballthinkfactory.org/files/newsstand/discussion/one_homer_15_balls_returned_a_new_trend_at_wrigley_rr/)

    Physical attacks – Remember the drunken Cub fan who attacked Dodger catcher Chad Kreuter?
    (http://out-of-rightfield.blogspot.com/2008/05/its-been-8-years-since-cubs-fans-fought.html)

    thatsrightnate

    June 24, 2008 at 1:03 pm

  16. As you well know Nate, it’s easy to smear the opposition with web sites from questionable sources that no one will check anyway. It’s another to have the evidence at hand — such as Albert Belle and the corked bat. If you really, truly believed in the supremacy of the White Sox, why not put some of what you value most in this world — money — on the table for this weekend’s series? because you are afraid. A team that ranks Richard J. Daley, Barack Obama, and Al Capone among it’s most loyal supporters, truly does not embody the nobility of America’s pastime.

    steve

    June 24, 2008 at 2:07 pm

  17. A little background to those uninitiated in Chicago baseball lore and Peele family politics.

    CHICAGO — Round One goes to the Cubs.
    Aramis Ramirez hit his fourth homer in the last three games and drove in two runs, and rookie Eric Patterson belted a two-run blast to power the Cubs to a 7-1 Interleague victory Sunday night over the White Sox and help Ryan Dempster stay unbeaten at home.

    Ramirez hit a solo homer in the fifth and an RBI double in the seventh, as the Cubs posted the third sweep at Wrigley Field of their intracity rivals since Interleague play began in 1997. The White Sox will get a chance to play by American League rules next weekend at U.S. Cellular Field. Cubs fans who had their brooms confiscated by ushers might want to hang onto them.

    Dempster (9-2) improved to 9-0 at home, giving up 10 hits and striking out four over eight-plus innings. His streak is the longest by a Cubs pitcher since Jon Lieber won 11 in a row in 2001.

    “Next time we go on the road, we’ll leave him here and he can start the first game of the next homestand,” Cubs manager Lou Piniella said.

    He’s kidding. Dempster’s next scheduled start actually will be on the road in his hometown when the intracity series resumes on the White Sox home turf.

    “It’s Chicago — South Side, North Side, what’s the difference?” Piniella said. “That’s why we’re pitching him twice [in the series] — Sunday and Friday.”

    Actually, Dempster now will go on Saturday in the second game of the rematch. The right-hander nearly notched his second complete game in his last three outings, and talked Piniella into letting him go back out in the ninth. But he gave up back-to-back singles to Jermaine Dye and Nick Swisher, and was pulled.

    What’s the reason for his home-field advantage?

    “Otis’ cooking,” Dempster said of clubhouse manager Tom Hellman’s clubhouse cuisine. “We’re going to start having him cook on the road.”

    It’s more than the tuna fish sandwiches.

    “I don’t think my fastball command has ever been as good as it is right now,” Dempster said. “That comes with work and consistent delivery. I’m trying to throw as many strikes as I can. We have a very good defense, and they’re making plays all over the place and turning double plays. I feel if I stay aggressive, and the fewer guys I walk, the better my game is.”

    All he wants to do is attack the hitter, get ahead, and make them earn it. It’s working. Dempster posted his 10th quality start, and got double plays when he needed them.

    Piniella even seemed to be caught up in the energy of the evening when he sprinted to the mound in the eighth to check on Dempster, instead of his us

    steve

    June 24, 2008 at 2:12 pm

  18. FOR ALL REPORTERS COMING TO LARRY SINCLAIR’S BLOG TO GET THE TRUE STORY OF LARRY SINCLAIR’S ALLEGATIONS AGAINST SEN. BARACK OBAMA, YOU WILL BE SORELY DISAPPOINTED.

    I WOULD LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT YOU ARE TRULY IGNORANT AND SHOULD HAVE YOUR PRESS PASSES REVOKED.

    PLEASE NOTE THE FAQ SECTION WITHIN THE HEADER. THERE IS LARRY’S FULL STATEMENT, COPIES OF RECEIPTS AND LEGAL PROCEEDINGS, RADIO INTERVIEWS, A TV INTERVIEW, YOUTUBE VIDEOS, VIDEO OF HIS NATIONAL PRESS CLUB STATEMENT, PHOTOS, NEWSPAPER ARTICLES AS WELL AS CONTACT INFORMATION TO PERSONALLY INTERVIEW LARRY SINCLAIR.

    IN OTHER WORDS, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING USEFUL OR INTERESTING TO A REAL REPORTER.

    PLEASE, WE BEG FOR YOUR ATTENTION TO LARRY’S STORY AND WELCOME YOU TO PERSONALLY INTERVIEW HIM FOR A JANITORIAL POSITION IN YOUR ORGANIZATION.

    SHOULD BY SOME MIRACLE YOU PREFER TO CONTACT LARRY SINCLAIR THROUGH HIS DISGRACED AND DISBARRED ATTORNEY MONTGOMERY BLAIR SIBLEY, HIS INFORMATION IS ALSO READILY AVAILABLE IN LARRY’S BLOG, YOU DUMBASS.

    PLEASE E-MAIL LARRY IF YOU NEED FURTHER INFORMATION OR ASSISTANCE.

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!

    NURSERATCHET

    July 1, 2008 at 9:43 pm

  19. Not everything has to be upper case. As for revoking my press pass–I don’t have one. I’m what’s called a citizen journalist.

    thatsrightnate

    July 2, 2008 at 7:14 am

  20. no, actually, you’re just a fool.

    thatswrongnate

    July 2, 2008 at 8:30 pm


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