11 March 2009

Another Obama Nominee Goes Down in Flames


Ay Dios Mio! Creepy Mao-Apologist, Chas Freeman, has withdrawn his nomination as National Intelligence Chairman. This is the first presidential honeymoon I've been blogging, but it seems a bit...strange...that so many political appointees have been kicked to the curb like a sack of tangerines. But Chas Freeman didn't go down quietly like crooked New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, because he took a swat at the worldwide Jew conspiracy! Apparently, they control our foreign policy or the IMF or some such craziness. From Political Punch:

Freeman says, "The libels on me and their easily traceable email trails show conclusively that there is a powerful lobby determined to prevent any view other than its own from being aired, still less to factor in American understanding of trends and events in the Middle East. The tactics of the Israel Lobby plumb the depths of dishonor and indecency and include character assassination, selective misquotation, the willful distortion of the record, the fabrication of falsehoods, and an utter disregard for the truth.
Haha! Perhaps, he's auditioning for a guest spot at Jew Watch or some other wacko organization rehashing debunked conspiracy theories about the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. Between this and Nancy Pelosi abusing the Air Force to go to San Francisco tanning salons on the weekend, I'm not seeing Obama's promised "New Era of Responsibility".


Shea said...

I like Obama because he's optomistic.and upbeat.
The whole change thing, well, I was not so nieve to believe he was going to be able to turn washington upside down,

Bag Blog said...

I have never had the optomist view that Shea has, but I do think Obama is turning Washington upside down.

subrookie said...

I do think Obama is turning Washington upside down.

That's how he gets the last few thousand dollars out of our pockets to fund the stimulus bill.

Word is Seattle's Police Chief will be named Drug Czar today.

J. said...

Just because Freeman identified a concerted effort by Israeli lobbyists against his nomination doesn't mean that he's anti-semetic or wrong. If you think that AIPAC isn't very active in Congress (or for that matter, in active espionage), then you need to get wise.

Freeman didn't couch his analyses in flowery, diplomatic language. He laid it out and made no apologies. You of all people should appreciate that and damn the weak-kneed sissies in the administration who didn't have the courage to retain him.

Nixon said...


I stand by my comments that he was out of line with that weird pro-Mao shit.