Sunday, June 26, 2011

Political Contribution Season

My good friend Mike Marnell has sent an e-mail to his friends urging them to contribute to Ron Paul's presidential bid.  I also received a call from Michele Bachmann's campaign. As well, I have been very favorably impressed by Gary Johnson.  Johnson told me that he favors repeal of the legal tender law, which is close to favoring abolition of the Fed.  Paul favors abolition of the Fed. I'm not sure of Bachmann's position on the Fed, but I have heard that the legacy media hates her, which I verified by taking one look at the ridiculous spin that CBS calls news.  I don't get annoyed with the legacy media any more; I simply don't pay attention to it. (I never watch broadcast journalism, but might make an exception for Fox Business News's Judge Napolitano.)  Since CBS hates Bachmann, I am going to support her too.

I decided to kick off the 2012 presidential campaign by giving small donations to Paul, Johnson and Bachmann. I'm not ruling out support for the Libertarian Party, though.  I'm still not sure if a split government (Republican Congress, Democratic President) wouldn't be better than a Republican Congress and a Republican president given the Republicans' stupidity the last time around.   The problem, of course, is Obama's distasteful position on Israel and his insistence on destroying the American economy by inhibiting development of energy and other natural resources such as coal and oil.  Obama, a banker lackey, is even more corrupt than the Republicans were. Bush made a mess of the economy. Obama made the mess 50 times worse.   In other words, the Democrats are so bad that even a Wall Street marionette like Mitt Romney is better than an anti-Semitic Whig  like Obama.

18 comments:

Doug Plumb said...

Why don't you write a little booklet on common sense like Thomas Paine did and read it into a You-Tube video or something like that ?

You have a big readership, you could attract more folks this way.

There is a lot of noise out there, I'm sure you could get many hits.

I'm really curious why you don't do something like this. I know there must be a reason.

Mitchell Langbert said...

Doug, thank you very much. I have been thinking about that. In fact, you must have read my mind because I was just thinking about it yesterday. Can you recommend a camcorder?

Anonymous said...

Any proof that Obama is anti-semitic?

Mitchell Langbert said...

There is much more proof that Obama is anti-Semitic than that I am a racist, which is what his bigoted followers have been calling me since 2008.

The evidence that he is anti-Semitic:
1. He attended a church in which anti-Semitism was a routine part of its culture.
2. He did not criticize speakers there who were anti-Semitic, such as Reverend Farrakhan.
3. He has repeatedly attacked Israeli politicians
4. He has taken anti-Israeli positions.

Evidence that I am a racist?

1. I oppose Barack Obama.

So maybe you should question Obama campaign's bigots first.

Mitchell Langbert said...

And by the way, do you also ask for proof as to the anti-Semitism of KKK or neo-Nazi members? But you need it for people who attend churches where every week there is an anti-Semitic diatribe?

Mitchell Langbert said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIVO8MZYXo8

Also, in the above video Percy Sutton, former Borough President of Manhattan, says that an important representative of the Saudi Royal family, Kahlid al Mansour, asked Sutton, who had been Malcolm X's attorney, to write a letter of recommendation on Obama's behalf when Obama was applying to Harvard Law School.

Now, why would an associate of the Saudi royal family make such a request? The Obama camp's response is to deny that it occurred.

Now, perhaps you know that the largest producer of anti-Semitic literature in the world is the Saudi royal family. Much larger than the neo-Nazis in America or in eastern Europe.

So a representative of the largest producer of anti-Semitic material in the world took an interest in Obama when he was 22 years old applying to law school. If in 1936 Hitler's government wrote a letter on behalf of a law school applicant, you wouldn't suspect that the applicant might possibly be anti-Semitic?

Anonymous said...

By your argument, reading this blog with its racist diatribes, makes me a racist. Perhaps, I should stop reading what you write lest I be branded a racist.

Doug Plumb said...

As an audio engineer who regularly consults with studio owners, I would suggest spending a bit of money and getting a wedding photographer or someone like that to do this for you. There is more to these arts than meets the eye in many cases.

You want to look good, more importantly, sound good. I bet you can get a half day of studio time in a basement with a videographer for maybe less than you think. You could buy software and do the edit yourself - that part is easy and best done by you.

Mitchell Langbert said...

Doug, thanks for your suggestion. I'll have to give that some thought. I've been busy with my academic work, dealing with some medical problems my wife faces and maintaining my house, which is something of a part-time job.
Actually, I have a friend, Mike Marnell, who used to run a TV show and may have some ideas.

Mitchell Langbert said...

Dear Anonymous: Actually, I was somewhat afraid of being called a neo-Nazi for posting your comments. But I have withstood may fear of criticism. Perhaps I am excessively tolerant of bigots like you.

Anonymous said...

3. He has repeatedly attacked Israeli politicians
4. He has taken anti-Israeli positions.


So even if Obama takes a Pro American position it is anti semitic because it is anti-Isreal?

Mitchell Langbert said...

He is anti-Semitic because he attended an anti-Semitic church where Jeremiah Wright made weekly anti-Semitic diatribes, because he attended a lecture by Reverend Farrakhan and refused to criticize him for anti-Semitism, because he has received support from the Saud family, the world's largest purveyor of anti-Semitic literature, because he was sent to Kenya to mediate with his cousin, who was conducting an insurrectionist against a democratically elected government and who stated that his aim in overthrowing the democratic government was to institute Sharia laws, and Obama took his cousin's side, AND because he has repeatedly ill treated Israeli politicians and that is NOT in the United States's interest.

Barack is an anti-Semite.

Mitchell Langbert said...

He is anti-Semitic because he attended an anti-Semitic church where Jeremiah Wright made weekly anti-Semitic diatribes, because he attended a lecture by Reverend Farrakhan and refused to criticize him for anti-Semitism, because he has received support from the Saud family, the world's largest purveyor of anti-Semitic literature, because he was sent to Kenya to mediate with his cousin, who was conducting an insurrection against a democratically elected government and who stated that his aim in overthrowing the democratic government was to institute Sharia law, and Obama took his cousin's side, AND because he has repeatedly ill treated Israeli politicians and that is NOT in the United States's interest.

One can be anti-Israel and pro American (although generally I do not believe most people who are anti-Israel are pro American, they are generally either anti-Semitic or anti-American, as in the American left and Obama himself). But no one who is anti-Semitic is pro Israel. That is called a necessary condition.

Obama is anti-Israel, which is a necessary condition for anti-Semitism. But there are other factors which constitute sufficient conditions, such his association with Pfleger, Wright and anti-American thugs like Bill Ayers.

Looks like MS-NBC forgot to fill you in.

Doug Plumb said...

I don't think there is anyone in congress that can be donated to. I do not agree with the Ron Paul Gold/Silver standard - I am a believer in fiat currency, but government printed fiat currency and a separation of government and business. This separation may cause other problems. I do not like Bauchman.

I think most problems originate from the adoption of this phony idea of evolution and consequently, Social Darwinism. We have to change our consciousness to make the necessary changes and we can look to legacy media and education to do this. Trouble is, they are paid off. The Nazi/Hegel/Marxist view of consciousness needs to be more widely understood. I'm working on understanding this now. I think we either do this or lose to the globalists. There is lots of reasons to think we are in the lidst of a NAZI takeover. I think the NAZI's won WW2 and got the UN. The German people lost, but so did the American people.

NAZI ideology is the rule of today but applied slightly differently, perhaps, then when it was first applied.

Anonymous said...

because he has received support from the Saud family

What is your proof? So Bush, too is antisemitic because he too received support from the Saud family.

Mitchell Langbert said...

The proof is in the video with Percy Sutton that I posted earlier. Did you watch it? Al Mansour, a representative of the Saud family, helped Bush, I mean Obama, get into Harvard Law school.

Are you aware that Prescott Bush, George W. Bush's grandfather, went to prison for aiding the enemy during World War II? His bank, the Union Bank, supported Hitler. And yes, Bush is scum, much like Obama.

It's interesting that you equate the two, as I agree with the comparison.

Bush is an economic illiterate who created a mess. Obama is also an economic illiterate who created a bigger mess.

As far as Obama's anti-Semitism, you're saying that his choosing to join a church whose preacher is an overt anti-Semite doesn't reflect anti-Semitism. But you wouldn't say that about a Republican. You're not arguing rationally.

His association with al Mansour betokens an involvement in the anti-Semitic black separatist movement that the church he joined also is party to.

His association with Ayers is an association with a violent, anti-American extremist. If you hate Jews and hate America, then Obama is a good choice for you.

It's funny that the Democratic media attacks Republicans who make one slip of speech. But they claim that joining an anti-Semitic church and being associated with al Mansour is meaningless.

You have bad judgment and lack logical coherence.

Mitchell Langbert said...

Doug, I'd be interested in hearing your arguments against the gold standard. Have you read Murray Rothbard's "Mystery of Banking"?

Mitchell Langbert said...

Doug, also, as far as the corruption associated with fiat/paper money, the two are inseparable. Paper money will always be the source of most government corruption wherever it exists. That is its purpose. It's like saying you favor a square circle, paper money without wealth redistribution to banks.