Friday, July 25, 2014

Business As Usual: The Snake Is Having Sex With The Vulture

Yesterday, The First Wookiee spoke at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in Chi-Town to extort exhort the party faithful to “dig deep” into their pockets.  Fearful of losing the senate in the November midterms, something that will call a halt to The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer’s socialist agenda she said, "I kid you not.  I'm going to be honest with you. That's what we need you to do right now. We need you to write the biggest, fattest check that you can possibly write."

She continued, “Writing those checks is the single most impactful thing that you can do right now. When you dig deep, when you max out, that translates into staff hired and offices opened and ads running where they need to run.”

Let’s step back in time for just a skosh.

Four months before the 2008 general election, “The Messiah” reneged on his long-standing support of public financing.  His decision to become the first candidate to opt out of public financing freed him to raise vast amounts of money via Internet-driven fundraising.

After the election The Washington Post reported that his political shakedown machine had raised half-a-billion dollars online in his 21-month campaign for the White House.

On November 15, 2012, Time was reporting that when the final numbers were counted, $1 billion had greased the grubby palms of TWMDCO.

He is paid $400,000 a year.  We have already heard that there is “donor fatigue” and Mark Schlapp, former White House political advisor, is suggesting that the “Obama political machine is broken.”

There was speculation this week that TWMDCO and The Wookiee were eyeing a Rancho Mirage mansion worth $4.25 million.  TMZ now reports that famed interior decorator Michael S. Smith didn't like the house at all.  “It's pushed up against the mountain, it doesn't have a lot of light and it's just not that stylish.”  The buyer passed.

Even so, the mere fact that the mansion was under consideration is a clear indicator that the pretentious outrage of “too much money in politics” is a false flag.

The Wookiee added, “There’s special interests that have too much influence. But they had all that money and all that influence back in 2008 and 2012 and we still won those elections,” as she pleaded with fellow Dems to add even more cash to the political system.

Yep, the snake is having sex with the vulture.

UPDATE 3:04 PM 7/26/2014:  I wish to apologize to any of my readers who may have visited here between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM today.  Someone posted a vile comment that was egregiously offensive.  As proprietor of this blog and moderator I welcome opinions that differ from my own but I will not permit repugnant, abhorrent videos and salacious slurs.  The commenter responsible has been blacklisted and Disqus has been duly notified.

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