Hillary Pretending to Kiss Obama – Yeah Right is Lead on Today’s Drudge Report.

Yeah Right! The Drudge Report’s lead today got that right. A picture is worth a thousand words.

I’m not so sure about this whole unity idea.

2 Responses to “Hillary Pretending to Kiss Obama – Yeah Right is Lead on Today’s Drudge Report.”

  1. sisterrosetta Says:



    This video, which I found on Rezko Watch, outlines the district in which Barack Obama represented in the Illinois State senate……….this is also the community he “organized”……..the district he claims he changed…what a joke…not a funny joke, but a f***ing joke…a f***ing lie……

    The 13th district, Obama’s district, is a sad place…a place that has stayed the same for decades…..a place that money-bribed politicians keep down, for their own benefit…..

    The 13th disctrict, is unfortunately known for out of control gang violence, drug warfare, school violence, hate churches, hate mosques, Louis Farrakhan, Jesse Jackson, Bill Ayers, Rev. Wright, corrupt alderman, and notorious slumlords……

    Obama’s Failures in Illinois…Blood on Barack’s hands

    Added: January 26, 2008

    A Video set to the song “Wisemen” by James Blunt, which highlites the blunders of Barack Obama while in the Illinois State Senate representing Chicago. From his dealings with slum lord Tony Rezko to his inability to control Gang Violence that brought with it shootings, stabbings and homicides, especially with the Gang MS-13.

    Good Music Good Info

    THINK before you VOTE…

    2008 is the time for CHANGE not Lies…

    On a Sensual Note

  2. sisterrosetta Says:

    Grim proving ground for Obama’s housing policy – With Video Link

    The candidate endorsed subsidies for private entrepreneurs to build low-income units. But, while he garnered support from developers, many projects in his former district have fallen into disrepair.

    By Binyamin Appelbaum, Globe Staff | June 27, 2008



    As a state senator, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee coauthored an Illinois law creating a new pool of tax credits for developers. As a US senator, he pressed for increased federal subsidies. And as a presidential candidate, he has campaigned on a promise to create an Affordable Housing Trust Fund that could give developers an estimated $500 million a year.

    But a Globe review found that thousands of apartments across Chicago that had been built with local, state, and federal subsidies – including several hundred in Obama’s former district – deteriorated so completely that they were no longer habitable.

    Grove Parc and several other prominent failures were developed and managed by Obama’s close friends and political supporters. Those people profited from the subsidies even as many of Obama’s constituents suffered. Tenants lost their homes; surrounding neighborhoods were blighted.

    Some of the residents of Grove Parc say they are angry that Obama did not notice their plight. The development straddles the boundary of Obama’s state Senate district. Many of the tenants have been his constituents for more than a decade.

    “No one should have to live like this, and no one did anything about it,” said Cynthia Ashley, who has lived at Grove Parc since 1994.

    Obama’s campaign, in a written response to Globe questions, affirmed the candidate’s support of public-private partnerships as an alternative to public housing, saying that Obama has “consistently fought to make livable, affordable housing in mixed-income neighborhoods available to all.”

    The campaign did not respond to questions about whether Obama was aware of the problems with buildings in his district during his time as a state senator, nor did it comment on the roles played by people connected to the senator.

    Even as Lawndale Restoration and Rezmar’s buildings were foreclosed upon, and Grove Parc and other subsidized developments fell deeper into disrepair, Obama has remained a steadfast supporter of subsidizing private development.

    And although he has distanced himself from Rezko, Obama has remained close to others in the development community. Jarrett participates in the campaign’s senior staff meetings. And Obama chose another close friend, Martin Nesbitt, as his campaign treasurer. Nesbitt is chairman of the Chicago Housing Authority, one of the key overseers of the shift toward private management and development.

    “Throughout his career in public service, Barack Obama has advocated for the development of mixed-income housing and public-private partnerships to create affordable housing as an alternative to publicly subsidized, concentrated, low-income housing,” the Obama campaign said in a statement provided to the Globe.

    As a result, some people in Chicago’s poorest neighborhoods are torn between a natural inclination to support Obama and a concern about his relationships with the developers they hold responsible for Chicago’s affordable housing failures. Some housing advocates worry that Obama has not learned from those failures.

    “I’m not against Barack Obama,” said Willie J.R. Fleming, an organizer with the Coalition to Protect Public Housing and a former public housing resident. “What I am against is some of the people around him.”

    Jamie Kalven, a longtime Chicago housing activist, put it this way: “I hope there is not much predictive value in his history and in his involvement with that community.”

    Video Link:


    sisterrosetta here: Long article. Read the whole thing at link at top of post.

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