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GarfieldJL
10-27-2008, 09:48 AM
Apparently The LA Times is hiding an Incriminating Video of Senator Obama, particularly one Radical by the name of Rashid Khalidi. I got the story from Little Green Footballs, which had sources from 2 other newspapers, and another blogsite. I'm going to be pulling additional sources that will corroborate Little Green Footballs.

Courtesty of Little Green Footballs (http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/31688_LA_Times_Hiding_Incriminating_Video_of_Obama _with_Radical_Palestinian_Update-_Ayers_and_Dohrn_Attended_Khalidi_Party_with_Obama )

A special tribute came from Khalidi's friend and frequent dinner companion, the young state Sen. Barack Obama. Speaking to the crowd, Obama reminisced about meals prepared by Khalidi's wife, Mona, and conversations that had challenged his thinking. -- LA TIMEs (http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-na-obamamideast10apr10,0,1780231,full.story)

Their source was: LATIMEs (http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-na-obamamideast10apr10,0,1780231,full.story) which is now refusing to release a video tape as reported in the article by: the Gateway Pundit (http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com/2008/10/confirmed-msm-holds-video-of-barack.html).


Even more interesting is the fact Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn (both domestic terrorists), were attending the dinner as well.
In bringing professor Khalidi to Morningside Heights from the University of Chicago, Columbia also got itself a twofer of Palestinian activism and advocacy. Mr. Khalidi's wife, Mona, who also served in Beirut as chief editor of the English section of the WAFA press agency, was hired as dean of foreign students at Columbia's SIPA, working under Dean Anderson. In Chicago, the Khalidis founded the Arab American Action Network, and Mona Khalidi served as its president. A big farewell dinner was held in their honor by AAAN with a commemorative book filled with testimonials from their friends and political allies. These included the left wing anti-war group Not In My Name, the Electronic Intifada, and the ex-Weatherman domestic terrorists Bernadine Dohrn and Bill Ayers. (There were also testimonials from then-state Senator Barack Obama and the mayor of Chicago.) -- New York SUN (http://www.nysun.com/new-york/mideast-parley-takes-ugly-turn-at-columbia-u/8725/)

Det. Bart Lasiter
10-27-2008, 11:13 AM
well thank god little green footballs, the crack team of political journalists random guy who runs the gateway pundit, and a right-leaning newspaper that couldn't even stay in business are on the case! http://lucasforums.com/picture.php?albumid=16&pictureid=2186

actually scratch that last one since the article cited is from 2005.

also khalidi is a professor of middle eastern studies at colombia and his knowledge may or may not be of use to a presidential candidate when it comes to debating about what to do in iraq and the rest of the middle east and to form ideas about what to do there if elected.

GarfieldJL
10-27-2008, 11:25 AM
Actually, the LA Times is a left wing newspaper, and the New York Sun article is from 2005. (Because the LA Times is the one trying to bury the tape).

also khalidi is a professor of middle eastern studies at colombia and his knowledge may or may not be of use to a presidential candidate when it comes to debating about what to do in iraq and the rest of the middle east and to form ideas about what to do there if elected.

He's also a member of the PLO and is known to advocate for the destruction of the state of Israel. Furthermore Bill Ayers and co. was also at the dinner.

Det. Bart Lasiter
10-27-2008, 12:12 PM
Actually, the LA Times is a left wing newspaper, and the New York Sun article is from 2005. (Because the LA Times is the one trying to bury the tape).i was referring to the ny sun with the bias comment, hence the addition of "couldn't even stay in business".

He's also a member of the PLO and is known to advocate for the destruction of the state of Israel. Furthermore Bill Ayers and co. was also at the dinner.israel isn't a beacon of freedom and democracy in the middle east, it's a country that kills civilians and elected a war criminal as its prime minster until 2006, i'd be stunned if there's a palestinian who doesn't hate israel after all the poo they've gotten away with. tl;dr the guy's a professor at colombia and i'm not going to write off all of his opinions because of a few. and stop jamming this obama-ayers connection down everyone's throats in every political thread you post in, go post about in in the thread you made to discuss it.

GarfieldJL
10-27-2008, 12:30 PM
i was referring to the ny sun with the bias comment, hence the addition of "couldn't even stay in business".


*shrugs, they didn't have a motive in 2005 to go after Obama though.


israel isn't a beacon of freedom and democracy in the middle east, it's a country that kills civilians and elected a war criminal as its prime minster until 2006, i'd be stunned if there's a palestinian who doesn't hate israel after all the **** they've gotten away with. tl;dr the guy's a professor at colombia and i'm not going to write off all of his opinions because of a few. and stop jamming this obama-ayers connection down everyone's throats in every political thread you post in, go post about in in the thread you made to discuss it.

Actually, I'm talking about the video (which the LA Times is withholding) of the dinner party of which Ayers and Obama both attended.

Principly, I'm going after the LA Times in this thread, but I do need to tell the background as to what the LA Times is trying to cover up.


Update: Sounds like the Tape does exist and Bill O'Reilly is trying to get a copy of the tape.
http://newsbusters.org/blogs/p-j-gladnick/2008/10/28/oreilly-factor-calls-la-times-about-khalidi-video