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Old January 14th, 2012 #1
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Default Israel Forming Super PAC to Attack Paul & Obama

This is some big dookee, yaw'll.

http://runronpaul.com/interviews/isr...on-paul-obama/

Jew journalist Max Blumenthal exposes and explains this attempt by a foreign government Israel, to buy the presidential election for the neo-con, war-mongering republican establishment.

Like I've been saying, the kikes simply do not trust a lame-duck black president with the name Hussein. Jews fear his re-election, thus this jewish Super PAC to defeat him.

Questions:

1) Will Ron Paul and his close supporters fight back against this alien super-PAC by telling the truth about jew power in the U.S. ?? It's insightful and somewhat assuring that the above video news report was posted on www.runronpaul.com.

2) How will Hussein and his 45 million black supporters and the tens of millions of other liberals and anti-war Americans react to this jewish attack on their president and commander in chief ??

3) How will the democrat establishment react, and the so-called liberal media ??

4) Does this signal a huge split among jews, and if so how big is the split ??

Like Dr Pierce once said, "the jews have a tiger by the tail, and they dare not turn loose."

It sure looks to me like their grip is slipping.

Sieg Heil !!!
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Old January 14th, 2012 #2
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I googled "news", then "Israel super PAC against Obama and Ron Paul" but got very little from MSM. It looks like most internet reports are coming from Ron Paul sites.

No way can MSM cover this shit up - not millions in TV, radio, and newspaper ads attacking a sitting president and the GOP's #2 candidate. So what spin will they put on it ?? Will O'Reilly, Hannity, and Limbaugh as well as the Obama liberals ignore it ??

Will Obama and Paul get on their knees and grovel for kike forgiveness ??

Where, oh where, are the forums VIPs who usually jump to tell us what to think about everything. . . . .after the fact, that is, like Monday morning quarterbacks.
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Put this on your Facebook wall:

 
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jewess Dana Bash

Dana Bash gets grilled by Paul supporters

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Old January 14th, 2012 #6
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Where, oh where, are the forums VIPs who usually jump to tell us what to think about everything. . . . .after the fact, that is, like Monday morning quarterbacks.
I am too busy having fun with this on the Ron Paul forum:

http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...=1#post4030457
 
Old January 15th, 2012 #7
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Dana Bash gets grilled by Paul supporters

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOcVt3Yw9sk
LOL! @ 2:20 " It's like the Arab-Israeli conflict"
 
Old January 15th, 2012 #8
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Zionists are a Fifth Column in America


Israeli dual citizen Carl Levin (above) has suspended
the civil rights of Americans,
another step to establishing
a Zionist (Illuminati) police state
in the once "land of the free."



"A cardinal technique of the fifth column is the infiltration of sympathizers into the entire fabric of the nation under attack and, particularly, into positions of policy decision and national defense." -- Encyclopedia Britannica

by Richard Evans
(henrymakow.com)


What if US Senators and heads of national security agencies were found to have sworn oaths of loyalty to Iran or China?

The bill Obama signed into law on December 31st called the Indefinite Detention Bill, now called the National Defense Act of 2012, which suspends habeas corpus protection of US civilian citizens in their own country at the behest of that bastard child of false flag 911 - Homeland Security - was authored and presented by Michigan Senator Carl Levin. Senator Levin holds dual citizenship as an Israeli.

"What's wrong with that? Israel is our Ally", most Americans would say. I used to believe that. But the history of US/Israeli relations relative to Israeli relations with other nations tells another story.

Israeli foreign policy has a history of covert operations directly counter to the national interests and domestic welfare of the United States dating back to 1961.

This is conflict of interest. Conflict of interest occurs when an individual or organization in a position of public trust is involved in multiple interests, one of which could possibly corrupt the motivation for an act in the other. Questioning dual citizenship of elected officials is in no way antisemitism. The issue is conflict of interest pure and simple.

more at headline link.....
 
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Rounder,

SisCyn and I have been ruffling the feathers of the Christards for Paul who are under the illusion that America is a Christian nation at the Ron Paul forum.

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So where does Masonry fit into this fine kettle of soup?
You will like this.

The following chart is based on Baylor University sociologist Rodney Stark's study of American Christianity titled What Americans Really Believe. Stark’s new book is anchored in research he’s done on religion in the U.S. for more than 40 years, and relies on recent surveys conducted in 2005, 2006 and 2007 by the Gallup Organization for Baylor University.



Most Christians today are unaware that church attendance in America really did not pick up until after the Civil War and that Christianity was in a decline prior to that. From the early 19th century to the mid 19th century there was a growing interest in Free Thought in America.

Robert Green Ingersoll (1833-1899) is too little known today. Yet he was the foremost orator and political speechmaker of late 19th century America -- perhaps the best-known American of the post-Civil War era. On tour after tour, he crisscrossed the country and spoke before packed houses on topics ranging from Shakespeare to Reconstruction, from science to religion. Known as the Great Agnostic, Ingersoll was the best-known and most widely respected ambassador the American freethought movement would ever have.

In an age when oratory was the dominant form of public entertainment, Ingersoll was the unchallenged dean of American orators. He was seen and heard by more Americans than would see or hear any other human being until the advent of radio and motion pictures.

Ingersoll bitterly opposed the Religious Right of his day -- yet though he was an outspoken agnostic, he was also the foremost political speechmaker of the Republican Party. During Ingersoll's public life no GOP candidate for whom he declined to campaign attained the White House.



http://www.freethought-trail.org/pro...=Person&Page=5
 
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I am too busy having fun with this on the Ron Paul forum:

http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...=1#post4030457
Wow. Great job Smoky, posting that video on the RP forum.

Israel's kikes are desperate and panicing to do such a thing. They themselves, are exposing the jewish menace, big time, while pissing off tens of millions of American gentiles of all colors when this gets out.

The ball's in Obama's corner. He knows now, he won't have much jewish support during his run for re-election. He also knows he'll have far less jewsmedia support.

I'd love to be a fly on his and Michelle's bedroom wall listening to them whispering "what to do bout dem jews". HE HE
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Dana Bash gets grilled by Paul supporters

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOcVt3Yw9sk
That's the most delightful video I've seen lately, Serbian. Those highly politically astute college students really know how to hurt a lying, biased, Israel-first, kike, jewsmedia bitch. And they did it on video for youtube.
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Can Dana Bash winee like a horse? She appears to have that bloodline down pat.
 
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jewess Dana Bash is married to John King
Ugh, she is one fugly looking jewess

 
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Ugh, she is one fugly looking jewess

Mein Gott !!! Imagine sleeping with that thang. I'll bet he takes a handful of viagra before bed every nite, and still has difficulty. . .

Marrying the homely kikess runt has sure proven to be a rewarding career move for him, though.
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2 days have passed since this TV news report came out, and still nothing comes up on google news.

Sooooo....I phoned Bill Draper of the Associated Press in Kansas City, 816-654-1050 and gave him the link to check out. He'd heard nothing about this before, but agreed with me that, if true, it's one hell of a news story. Said he'd pass the story and link onto his superiors in Washington, DC (or maybe he said New York)
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Default Jewish Forward Mentions Israel Super Pac

The Emergency Committee for Israel, which recently accused President Obama of “blaming Israel first” in full-page major media ads, is taking a pioneering role in the new world of campaign finance spawned by the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent landmark Citizens United decision.

Among the advocacy groups fighting for the Jewish vote in 2012, ECI is the only one to have formed its own Super PAC, a new kind of campaign finance committee that is allowed to take contributions and make expenditures without limit so long as it remains formally independent of any candidate or political party.

ECI’s Super PAC, established in 2010, has seen little use since the election cycle of that same year. But its existence suggests that ECI’s political strategy is focused more on campaign messaging than on influencing policy. The Super PAC’s filings also indicate that the group is reliant on a few major donors rather than on broad grassroots support.
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Besides its recent anti-Obama ads, ECI, which was also founded in 2010, made large ad buys in a few major 2010 midterm races and special elections. But unlike its dovish opponent J Street, ECI’s strategy doesn’t call for spending time on the traditional occupations of advocacy groups, such as currying favor with incumbents or building a grassroots operation.

“We aren’t interested in funneling money to candidates to induce them to take positions they might not otherwise take,” wrote Michael Goldfarb, ECI’s treasurer and a public relations executive with Orion Strategies, in an email to the Forward. “We believe that the vast majority of Americans are pro-Israel and that if there is a real contrast on this issue between the two candidates in any given race, voters will make the right choice if they have all the information before them.”

Founded in July 2010, ECI is guided by William Kristol, a prominent neoconservative and editor of The Weekly Standard, a right-wing opinion journal. A one-time booster of Sarah Palin, Kristol has close ties to the Republican establishment. The ECI board is rounded out by prominent evangelical and former GOP presidential candidate Gary Bauer and Rachel Abrams, wife of Republican foreign policy stalwart Elliot Abrams. The group’s executive director is Noah Pollak, a former editor at Azure, a journal published by the Israel-based Shalem Center.

ECI itself is incorporated as a nonprofit 501(c)(4) organization. Such groups are allowed by the IRS to engage in political campaigning so long as they do not spend more than half their expenditures on political activity. But ECI’s associated Super PAC, called the Emergency Committee for Israel PAC, faces no such limits.

Super PACs first appeared in early 2010 following the landmark Citizens United Supreme Court decision, and constitute a sort of Wild West of election law, unfettered by the complex limits and spending requirements that restrict traditional political action committees and 501(c)(4)s.

As of the latest available filings, there are only about 200 Super PACs, officially known as independent expenditure-only committees. Only one besides ECI’s appears to deal with Israel policy. That group, called US Israel Friendship PAC, was created to run advertisements in support of California Democrat Barbara Boxer in her 2010 senatorial race. Sam Lauter, a California political affairs professional whose name appears on the group’s filings with the Federal Elections Commission, said that it had no plans to be active in the 2012 cycle.

Between the formation of ECI PAC in October 2010 and the end of that year, the Super PAC raised $152,000. During the 2010 midterm elections, the group spent $40,000 on airtime for advertisements opposing Joe Sestak, the Democratic candidate for senator in Pennsylvania who eventually lost to Pat Toomey; $37,000 on airtime for advertisements opposing Rush Holt, a New Jersey Democratic congressman who won his re-election fight; and $37,000 on airtime for advertisements opposing John Tierney, a Massachusetts Democratic congressman who also won re-election.

Between May 2010 and April 2011, ECI’s separate but affiliated 501(c)(4) raised over $700,000, according to tax filings the group provided to the Forward. As a 501(c)(4), ECI is not required to report on its political expenditures to the same level of detail as ECI PAC, but the organization notes that it ran five advertisements in July and August 2010 “that called on members of the public to contact their elected representatives — who were standing for re-election in the November 2010 election — and tell them to support a strong U.S.-Israel alliance.”

ECI’s 501(c)(4) also ran an advertisement during the September 2011 special election in New York to replace Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner. The group spent $25,000 on the distribution of an advertisement in support of Bob Turner, whose eventual victory was cast by some Republicans as a referendum on Obama’s Israel record.

Traditional political action committees, such as those operated by J Street and the Republican Jewish Coalition, can give funds to candidate committees or to other PACs, up to a legal limit of $5,000 per candidate per election. The money comes from individual donors to these PACs, who may give up to $5,000 per year per PAC. Donors can also direct their contributions to candidates through traditional PACs like the RJC or J Street as conduits for their donations to candidates, demonstrating their support for the PAC’s political goals and giving leverage with the candidates to whom the PAC donates.

“We raise a lot of money,” said Matt Brooks, executive director of the RJC. “Literally tens of millions every cycle, our members and leaders raise for candidates.”

ECI’s structure and its lack of a traditional PAC precludes that kind of influence.

Instead, ECI appears to draw support from a small number of wealthy donors. Only five individuals have given to ECI PAC. And in its 2010 fiscal year, five individuals provided all but a few thousand dollars of ECI’s 501(c)(4) revenue. The 501(c)(4) is not required to name its donors, so it is unclear whether there is overlap between the two groups of supporters.

“They clearly have the ability to raise large sums of money from a very small number of disgruntled hedge fund billionaires,” said Jeremy Ben-Ami, J Street’s president. “But they don’t have the ability to demonstrate a broad base of activist support of thousands and tens of thousands of people all across the country who want to signal their support on this issue for their views.”

ECI’s effectiveness is difficult to gauge only a year and a half into its operations. Though it has been criticized by mainstream Jewish groups for attempts to use Israel as a partisan wedge issue, it has become emblematic of a Republican Jewish core that hopes to cut into the 78% of Jewish voters who went with Obama in 2008.

ECI executive director Pollak said that his group will focus on Obama’s record in the 2012 election cycle. “We’re going to remind people of what a truly terrible president he’s been when it’s come to Israel, the way he’s increased Israel’s isolation, coddled Israel’s enemies… .These are things that are very much out of step with American voters, who are pro-Israel.”

The plans for ECI’s Super PAC are unclear. As of its latest filing in July, the group had only $60 in the bank, and recent advertisements have been the work of the 501(c)(4).

Meanwhile, ECI’s position as the only active Israel-focused group to have its own Super PAC may not last forever.

“Just because they’re the first Super PAC doesn’t mean they are going to be the last,” said The Israel Project president Jennifer Lazslo Mizrahi.


Read more: http://www.forward.com/articles/1488...#ixzz1jYyjhNQW
 
Old January 15th, 2012 #17
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Donors to the Emergency Committee for Israel:
http://www.opensecrets.org/outsidesp...e=A&cycle=2012
LOEB, DANIEL MR
NEW YORK,NY (accounts for over half of the funding, over $100,000)

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Daniel-Loeb/20555487171 (can someone friend him on FB and get more details on him?)

In a few weeks, we should have an update on who else is pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into this effort.
 
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If I were interested in system politics, I’d look into setting up a single-issue PAC to promote non-interventionist foreign policy.
 
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Donors to the Emergency Committee for Israel:
http://www.opensecrets.org/outsidesp...e=A&cycle=2012
LOEB, DANIEL MR
NEW YORK,NY (accounts for over half of the funding, over $100,000)

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Daniel-Loeb/20555487171 (can someone friend him on FB and get more details on him?)

In a few weeks, we should have an update on who else is pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into this effort.
I could be wrong, but I don't think that the ECI (Emergency Committee for Israel) is the same PAC as the one reported in the video at post #1.
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Ugh, she is one fugly looking jewess

She's slender and has a nice set of teeth. What else do you need ?
 
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