Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Pro-Obama Thugs Shut Down Phil Berg Interview--Please Protest

Phil Orenstein just forwarded this e-mail from Vigilant Freedom:

"On the No Compromise Show recently the guest was Attorney Phil Berg, who has filed a lawsuit against B.Hussein Obama asking to see Mr. Obama's birth certificate. After about 10 minutes into the conversation between No Compromise and Mr. Berg the show was shut down.

"There is no proof of what or whom promoted the outrageous lies, excuses and defamation of why the No Compromise show was shut down, but an educated guess would be it was most likely those same people who are suppressing the proof that Barack Hussein Obama does or does not qualify to be President of the USA.

"I understand that the host reported that:

"I was about 13 minutes into my show and BTR decided to remove my show right in the middle of my interview claiming that my show was “racially or ethnically offensive, defamatory, unreasonably violent, threatening, intimidating or harassing; 2. contains falsehoods or misrepresentations that could damage BlogTalkRadio or any other person;” stated BTR assistant Director of Customer Relations, Shannon Dingee-Kramer.

"Of course, Ms. Dingee-Kramer provided no proof of this apparent violation of this vague and arbitrary offense. It’s just pure opinion which seems to be more important than my opinion or Mr. Berg’s opinion.

"Her decision to remove my show was ARBITRARY and unacceptable! There was nothing abusive about my show on ANY level however, the action taken against me was very abusive!

"In fact, I find BTR’s and specifically, Ms. Dingee-Kramer’s opinion and action politically offensive, defamatory, unreasonably violent, threatening, intimidating and harassing; 2. which contains falsehoods and misrepresentations that HAS damaged ME as a person!

"Those who are voting for Obama didn’t like my guest, nor my content, and they demanded my show be removed. Is this acceptable behavior? NO! Is this how BTR handles free speech issues? YES! They shut people down because they disagree with the speech?

"This is disgusting and Orwellian at best! The BTR leadership ought to be ashamed of themselves for their unAmerican actions! Americans should NOT care about offending people MORE than protecting one’s Right to speak! Where do you people live? North Korea?

"Regards

"Aeneas

Vigilant Freedom urges that you please email Blog Talk Radio to express your outrage at the way the No Compromise Show has been treated. Not sure who the appropriate person would be to complain about this free speech issue but there are some people who could perhaps be contacted for an explanation at the following link:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/contactus.aspx

I have written the following message to Mr. Philip Recchia, Director, Programming and Communications, BlogTalkRadio:

Dear Mr. Recchia: I understand that thugs who support Barack Obama have shut down the Phil Berg interview. I have personally experienced harrassment from Obama supporters who triggered a spam mechanism on Blogger that shut down my blog (http://www.mitchell-langbert.blogspot.com). Similarly, there are reports of repeated incidents of harrassment, intimidation and attacks by the Obama campaign against all who disagree with it (see http://www.texasdarlin.wordpress.com who have been reporting on these and similar attacks on an ongoing basis).

I urge you to air Mr. Berg's interview in full. The lying and misrepresentation surrounding Barack Obama's candidacy has not been examined by the mainstream media. For instance, his residence in Indonesia for four years as a child and questions about the place of his birth are cloaked in secrecy. When Mr. Berg attempted to obtain simple documents such as birth certificate through the legal process, rather than simply provide the information Barack Obama and the DNC have preferred to fight revealing birth information in court. Yet, being a natural born citizen is a Constitutional requirement for presidency.

Your station would do a major public service by re-airing the Berg interview and not allowing pro-Obama thugs to inhibit free speech as they have done with respect to the mass media.

Sincerely,

Mitchell Langbert

5 comments:

TruthHurts said...

Interesting article about internet rumors that may hit a little too close to home for you.

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/10/15/internet.rumors/index.html

I especially like the part that mentions...
"The Obama rumors have spurred action both for and against the Illinois senator -- including a suit filed in Pennsylvania arguing that he is not eligible to be president because he is not a "natural-born U.S. citizen," and a Web site at isobamamuslim.com that contains a single word: "No."

Philip J. Berg illustrates how hard it is to quash rumors once they spread.

The Philadelphia-area lawyer, who filed the suit against Obama's candidacy, is aware that the Web site FactCheck.org has examined Obama's Hawaii birth certificate and ruled it kosher.

But he doesn't believe it."

And this bit:
"there is a certain segment of the population that is never going to believe that Obama is a Christian, just as there is a certain segment of the population that is never going to believe that Trig Palin is Gov. Palin's son."

Thoughts?
Let me guess.
CNN is crazy and they're apart of the conspiracy too.
You may have to soon face the reality that there is a solid chance he might be president.

Con: You may be fuming about it.
Pro: You can keep writing about your dedication to his downfall for as long as he's in office.

Either way, I hope you find some silver lining.

Mitchell Langbert said...

Silver lining will be if the US still is a free country and there is not additional socialism under Obama as there has been under Bush. Also, if Israel is still standing. As far as CNN, I do not give them much credence.

I have a suggestion. Every time a stock analyst comes onto CNN or one of the financial stations, buy the stock that they recommend. Then, at the end of five years see how much money you have. I suspect at that point you won't be quite so trusting of CNN and the news media. Don't worry, though, I'll put a dollar bill in your tin cup!

TruthHurts said...

When this crisis unfolded, my knee jerk reaction was that the government should let the banks fail and I work for one of the last banks on Wall Street. I think you have the same view. Obviously...that would have proved disastrous if nothing was done to inject liquidity to the system. That being said, both McCain and Obama pushed that this plan was necessary to restore confidence and free up credit markets. So the "socialism"(as you put it)in the rhetoric of both candidates was shared. I'll emphasize that I do not like the idea of heavy government regulation/intervention in the banking system,(especially the compensation limits, but that's another topic)
but what are the alternatives. Worldwide market collapse?

Another note for you:
Christopher Buckley, the son of conservative icon William F. Buckley is backing Obama and quiting the National Review stating "Eight years of 'conservative' government has brought us a doubled national debt, ruinous expansion of entitlement programs, bridges to nowhere, poster boy Jack Abramoff and an ill-premised, ill-waged war conducted by politicians of breathtaking arrogance. As a sideshow, it brought us a truly obscene attempt at federal intervention in the Terry Schiavo case".

And I wouldn't need a CNN, FOX, or MSNBC analyst to pick stocks,..I got nothing left to invest. So yes..I'd appreciate that dollar donation.
Enjoy your day.

Mitchell Langbert said...

I'm sorry about the market. I've been hurt a little. I'm somewhat in gold stocks that have underperformed, but they are likely to snap back very fast. I may short (buy puts) on Friday afternoon as I am expecting a nice crash on Monday. Thereafter, the market will do well, so maybe borrow money from your boss and get in if there's a bottom. Will the market go below the 2002 bottom? Possibly yes. Good buying opportunity. Follow the money--with massive infusion of banking reserves there will be a bull market.

I do not pardon Bush or McCain for stupidity in handling the American economy. Their stupidity in handling this crisis will give Obama the election, and I hope he can do a better job than Bush, although I still consider him to be a sociopath, but that might not matter.

Peter Tremulis said...

I think it is quite possible that Obama was not pre-qualified by the DNC. There have been enormous breakdowns in systems as of late, including the banking industry, the credit rating industry, the housing industry, the mortgage industry, and it now seems the political system. Wake me when a qualified leader is identified.