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  • just a conservative girl 10:15 AM on 05/25/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: George Soros, , , stacy mccain, streisand, , tides foundation   

    Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day 

    There really are no adequate words to describe the ruthlessness of Brett Kimberlin.  His story is all over the conservative blogosphere.  (With some very notable exceptions; Breitbart.  Andrew would be so ashamed).  

    Another really important aspect of this story is the mainstream media silence on this story.  Mr. Kimberlin doesn’t really care all that much what your political persuasion is if you dare tell the truth about him.  He has harassed people on the moderate left who also have dared expose him for what he really is.  A convicted felon, suspected murderer, liar, and just all around scum.  

    Don’t take anyone’s word for it.  Do the research yourself on this man.  Then ask yourself why the likes of Barbara Streisand and Teresa Heinz-Kerry are giving this man money.  It becomes obvious that they care none for the good of the country, but about an agenda that will limit free speech in this country.  One of the bedrocks of our great nation.  

    I personally have tweeted main stream media reporters to ask them why they are not covering this story.  To date, I have yet to get any response from any of them.  I am not surprised for the most part, but I did have hope that at least Jake Tapper would have the fortitude to get this story out there.  I believe him to be one of the few good reporters out there in the mainstream media.  He is still willing to speak truth to power and ask some of the uncomfortable questions that most in the media will not.  

    You don’t have to like Stacy McCain’s viewpoints to realize that this is dangerous precedent to set.  A man with a wife and children was forced from his home in fear of their safety.  His wife’s place of employment was contacted.  We have had other bloggers who have swat teams showing up at their homes.  We have bloggers who have lost their jobs due to this.  The employers were concerned for the safety of their other employees.  Which is understandable, but think about the economic impact this has on a family.  

    Here is a site that has been set up to help financially with the people who have lost their jobs and their home due to this man.  

    This can not be allowed to stand.  We, as Americans, have the right to get our opinions out there without fear of our lives and livelihood.  Ignore this at your own peril.  Sooner or later they will come for you.  

    I know that I have quite a few left leaning readers.  I ask you, is this OK?  Disagree with Stacy.  Heck, I know Stacy and I don’t always agree with him.  But, he speaks his truth.  He is a seasoned reporter.  He knows the lines that cannot be crossed.  What he did was report the facts.  Brett Kimberlin is a dangerous and well-funded man.  Follow the money.  Then ask yourselves if you still want to support a leftist agenda that targets private citizens.  Heaven help us all if you do.  

    • Macross 4:09 PM on 05/25/2012 Permalink | Reply

      I haven’t been following up on this story, but if the allegations are true, then rope in other liberal bloggers to assist. No one in their right mind would stand by this. A criminal is a criminal, regardless of their political affiliation. Give it ago. You might be surprised. In addition, mail/tweet Ms. Streisand or anyone else you claim to be linked to this man.

      I’ve had a personal experience with hacking, so I can only imagine how terrified McCain must be feeling right now. While I easily remedied my situation by reclaiming my account and using a VPN to protect my anonymity, it is not as easy for McCain.

    • anticsrocks 11:49 PM on 05/25/2012 Permalink | Reply

      I re-posted a story from CH 2.0 on this.


    • kerry 10:17 AM on 05/26/2012 Permalink | Reply

      when will you update this to show that several posts were done by breitbart.com?

      • just a conservative girl 10:38 AM on 05/26/2012 Permalink | Reply

        This I am leaving. They were very late to this story even though they were well aware of it. Makes me wonder why. Don’t you wonder as well? This is the type of story that was right in Breitbart’s wheelhouse. Why the site choose to let this story sit until Friday afternoon is beyond my comprehension.

  • nosheepleshere 7:10 AM on 11/18/2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , George Soros,   

    Spooky Dude Pissed Away A Fortune On A “Bad Investment” 

    Hinting darkly that the Rambler-in-Chief may not have his support for much longer, George Soros, the Hungarian-American financier said “We have just lost this election, we need to draw a line and if this president can’t do what we need, it is time to start looking somewhere else.”  Uh oh.  When Daddy’s not happy, nobody’s happy.

    Soros, speaking to an annual gathering of Democracy Alliance, told the progressives that he is “used to fighting losing battles but doesn’t like to lose without fighting.”

    Requests for comment from the White House were not returned, though a Democratic operative sympathetic to the administration said that Soros’s dissatisfaction with the White House was “hardly news.” Sources who relayed that and other exchanges insisted on anonymity, citing the strict rules against talking to the press that come with being part of the gathering.

    The election results have the partners in the Democracy Alliance scurrying like rats to find a way to change the rules.  So, if you thought we had seen ugly, think again.

    Anna Burger, retired treasury secretary of SEIU said, “Instead of being pushed over by this election it has empowered people to stand up in a bigger way.”

    Look out America.  You stood and delivered in the 2010 mid-terms.  The courage we must muster for 2012 will be a thousand-fold greater.  Have you the courage for this fight?

    Read more at No Sheeples Here.

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