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Zeituni, Manicotti, Rigatoni – Which One Of These Doesn’t Belong

If you guessed Zeituni you would be correct because Zeituni is Barack Hussien Obama’s illegal alien aunt living in a Boston slum without receiving much of the shared wealth we hear Obama talk so much about. I mean not the Obama “family” wealth that is.


Aunt Zeituni certainly shares some taxpayer wealth. With the Obama “95% of Americans get a tax break plan” Aunt Zeituni will probably be a little better off. Come to think of it, she may be able to make a donation to the Obama for President Campaign larger than the $260 bucks she donated this time.


My God you can’t make this stuff up!!!!


I hereby renounce my opposition to the election of communist Barack Obama to the Presidency of the United States in order to continue this slow bloodletting of how the Left in America really behaves in their personal lives, and of course who protects and supports it.


America needs to take a good four-year look at what the Liberal Left has offered up for President, and most of all, what the main stream media has unflinchingly protected and nourished since the decision to sell this communist standard-bearer of the Democrat Party as material qualified to be President of the United States.



Reader Comments (10)


What we have here is another example of the right using subtle and not so subtle forms of racism to advance their agenda. Don't let Ed Hussein Naile fool you. America HAS taken a good hard look at the past eight years of what the right has done to this country and is in the process of deciding that we need a new direction.

Ed, although you continue to call Sen. Obama a communist, Marxist, socialist, etc., can you please explain why Warren Buffet, one of the world's wealthiest men AND an incredible capitalist has endorsed Sen. Obama?

Actually, I'll give you your answer:

1. I'm a moron.
2. I need to go to Amsterdam.
3. I'm not a real man.
4. I'm a chowderhead.

OK, Mr. Naile. Let's see you try and supply us with one thoughtful response. Or will you simply disable comments and flee like the empty windbag you are?
November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterEd's bald spot
Oh have we got a bee under our bonnet.

I guess I should finally admit I have a bald spot - the one you named yourself after.

It is located on the shady side of my... well, glad you noticed anyway.

And now I'm a racist! How old fashioned a term. It that all you have in your Amsterdam Democrat playbook?

I wonder if Teituni's old blue jacket she is wearing in the AP photo is a hand-me-down from Barak?
November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Great non-answer to my Warren Buffet question Ed. Thanks!
November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterEd's bald spot
The answer to your Warren Buffet question is simple:

Buffet is not interested in preserving the Constitutional Republic of the USA. He is a globalist and along with other megalomaniacs, is only interested in advancing the cause of world government like the rest of the (truly) 'rich'. (Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Fords, Annenberg's etc) Obama is the best puppet to serve this end.

The other problem with your candidate Obama is, he's stirring up hatred and class warfare for those of us who have produced and are self-made, but hardly can be called 'rich'. You know, covet thy neighbor's goods?

This attack on those of us who have been productive members of the middle class and thus who may have a little something after a lifetime of hard work is what is so disturbing.

His racism against any whites who may fall into this category, the backbone of our nation, is even more disturbing.

Obama likely has been the most divisive hate-mongering candidate from the far left that has ever been presented.
November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterObserver

It is comical to read your comments about Sen. Obama and racism. In my opinion, your posts here are by far the most most angry (bordering on violent,) racist, partisan, and divisive on this blog (and THAT is saying something!) You conveniently forget -- or ignore -- the fact that Sen. Obama's mother is white. The accusations you hurl at him here do nothing to foster an actual dialogue. Sen. Obama has been called a once in a generation politician and we've witnessed races, classes, and politicians break ranks and support him. Yet, there are those who are so fearful of him due to hate and ignorance that all they can do is sit here and, on one hand, write utter nonsense about how he has created a class warfare, and on the other hand, incite racism against Muslims and African Americans as well.
November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterEd's bald spot
Who was it that sat in the hate-monger church for twenty years lapping up the Black nationalist nonsense?

Oh, it was the communist Messiah.

Pardon me if I don't bow.

You can call me a racist again if it makes you feel good. I am used to dealing with moonbats.

Just don't use your real name whitey, TT, pinko.
November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile

I don't think you are a racist.

November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterEd's bald spot
Ed's bald spot

Monty Python is just the appropriate ending for this bizarre political corner of the universe.

November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterChaz Proulx
I know. My thick self thinks you are me.
November 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterEd's bald spot
Ed's bald spot

Is this what you mean by a "new direction?"

November 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterObservant

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