Watching Bill O’Reilly on the Factor tonight this story broke on his policing the Internet segment. Who is tracking Proposition 8 contributors with an interactive GoogleMap online database? This is very disturbing!
Financial contributors to campaigns are a part of public records and are there for accountability, as they should be. But, what is the purpose of the anonymous person and/or group who developed the Prop 8 Maps site, with Google’s help to post this information with contributors names, the location of the contributors addresses and the dollar amounts given? What could possibly be the motive?
Isn’t this intimidation? Bullying? Where’s the tolerance?
What will be the end result of this information being accessed so quickly online? What could be the possible outcome of an enraged gay person or a sympathizer having this information at their finger tips? What might a person do in a fit of rage? What might a person do if they feel their neighbor caused the Proposition 8 victory and in their mind they believe that a “right” had been taken from them?
Could it be that this Prop 8 Maps site is about putting fear and intimidation into the Prop 8 contributors of California? There are also other contributors who gave large sums tagged in other states on this map. What happens to the large donor in the Washington, DC area where there is a very active and angry gay political community? What happens if one person is critically beaten, or a lot of property destroyed, or worse, what if someone is killed? (God forbid!) Who all might be held responsible? What about a group of these contributors realizing that this Prop 8 Map web site has actually put their lives and families at risk –what might this group do legally to protect themselves? Could this become a class action lawsuit? If I were the site owners and organizers, GoDaddy, Inc. who is providing the server, and Google, Inc. who has obviously prepared the interactive map; I would be calculating the real possibilities, culpablity and the liability.
We are living in new days, and CHANGE is here.
This interview by John Ziegler is truly eye opening. This is a must watch video!
John Ziegler does a great job of revealing how Barack Hussein Obama was elected at www.howobamagotelected.com. Most media in the United States of America is now a propaganda machine for the liberal left. Mr. Ziegler is currently working on a documentary of this historical event of unprecedented biased media coverage in the United States of America, called “Media Malpractice Documentary.” This documentary will air sometime in February. Sean Hannity says, “2008 is the year journalism died in America” because the malpractice of journalism is at an all time high. The media slobbered all over Obama and made him out to be a god. It is very hard to believe anything you hear in the media. One must truly dig to find the truth. Deception, lies, slander and gossip are being completely normalized in our society by reporters, journalist and the media corporations. There is a 9 minute segment filmed by John Ziegler on YouTube and his web site that gives a glimpse of the new documentary. Sarah Palin asked, “What is it that drives some one to believe the worst and perpetuate the worst in terms of gossip and lies?”
Good question! I believe it is the father of lies, and that we live in a fallen world and unfortunately the media (the air ways) are being controlled by darkness. Sarah Palin’s summation of the media attack of her character and family is the truth: we are at an all-time-low of truth tellilng in the media. John Ziegler’s question to Sarah Palin about how she felt with Tina Faye and Katie Couric being treated as heroians by the liberal media elite for the attacks on her and her family. Sarah Palin answered first, with a very fun loving response: that job security is important to her and for the state of Alaska. Sarah then noting that she had seen that Tina Faye was awarded AP Entertainer of the Year, and that Katie Couric’s ratings have really gone up and a lot of people have capitolized on hurting her and by exploiting her, her family, her administration; and then Sarah said something that we should all grieve over; the state of our country: Sarah said, that it’s perplexing, yet this says a great deal about our society. Truly this is an indictment of the US media of being completely untrustworthy and even dark. It is also an indictment that the majority of the citizens of the USA are becoming careless, self-absorbed and immoral, or at the very least, deceived.
I have been watching the last segment of Hannity & Colmes (FoxNews.com) this evening. I was very impressed with Sean Hannity and Alan Colmes in how they ended their show tonight. They were both very professional, spent time actually blessing one another, recalling the last 12 years and airing highlights, they were very complementary of one another, even admiring each others differences and ended the show with a fun gift exchange. They seem to actually enjoy one another this evening and complemented their friendship. Sean was very classy and topped the giving time as he gave Alan a beautiful Rolex watch as this final show ended. What a terrific guy! Wouldn’t it be great if people who disagreed could be so civil and actually be maturely tolerant. Wouldn’t it be especially great if it could be true from those who scream for tolerance the loudest?
Sean Hannity is my favorite news commentator and talk show host on television and radio. Truthfully, I have rarely enjoyed listening to Colmes. I have actually wished that Sean would have his own show. When FoxNews launched “Hannity’s America” I was thrilled! I am very excited to see “Hannity” air this week. I agree with him almost all the time, matter of fact I think I can count on one hand when I have actually disagreed with Mr. Hannity. It is really rare when I do not agree with Sean. I could never say that about O’Reilly or Limbaugh, though I also enjoy listening to their programs as well. I also really enjoy the new program Huckabee. Mike Huckabee’s show is also a must watch. A new program slated for this coming week on FoxNew is Glen Beck’s. I look forward to watching Glen. FoxNews just keeps getting better and better!
Sean Hannity (www.hannity.com) and I have a few things in common. We both have mother’s from Ireland and they are first generation immigrants. Sean is 100% Irish, with both parents and grandparents immigrants, yet I am only a little over half. However, we both love our Irish heritage. We were both raised as Catholics and we both have attended Catholic parochial schools. Sean excelled in that environment and went on to attend Catholic seminary. We both have been attacked about our “lack” of education because neither of us have a formal degree from a university. The superiority of those who attack a person on such bases reveal a true arrogance, ignorance and their own insecurity with a degree. The training we have received has been mocked. We are also born in the same year as the new President-Elect Obama, 1961. What a great year! John F. Kennedy became the President the day before I was born! Well, the thee of us, Obama, Hannity and I will be 48 years old in this Y2K9.
I am really hoping that Y2K9 doesn’t go to the K9’s with the Democrats in control of everything. It seems it could all go to the dogs in Y2K9. However, I have great hope that Sean Hannity will be watching things very closely with fair and balanced coverage in this new age of American politics. I applaud FoxNews for giving Mr. Sean Hannity a show of his own without the liberal left chiding in at every turn in the presence of Alan Colmes. One merely needs to flip the channel to all the other networks to get the leftist point of view. Sean’s not my hero, but he is a great American; thank God for FoxNews and Sean Hannity!