I’m doing my part. Spending money. Increasing the value of my home. Keeping other people working. Et tu?
I can’t wait for the debates so there will be some policy things to discuss here because I am tired of having to keep reporting on the ickiness of Obama’s campaign. And frankly I’m not even sharing all of it.
Today however, The Jawa Report needs to be shared. It’s a long one that will probably be updated throughout the day. Bottom line: The original smears of Palin look to have been created on Youtube by a professional ad team and cleverly spread through the internet making it appear to be random, amateur, no big deal. The team itself has ties to David Axelrod.
Since Rusty posted:
UPDATE: Within an hour of this post going up, YouTube videos implicating Ethan Winner were yanked, sockpuppet accounts deleted, and more importantly, the Wikipedia entry on David Axelrod began to edit out mentions of his well know astroturfing campaigns. Hmmm, it sounds to me like we’re on to something.
In the meantime lies continue to circulate as news stories. Why on earth is that??
From a Breitbart story out of Drudge noting a British Government Official who doesn’t like Palin, first they note the quote from the official, then they give a bit of ‘background’ on Mrs. Palin:
She has previously remarked that US soldiers in Iraq were being sent on a task from God.
The Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus is now seeing the lies of the Obama camp.