James Clyburn: “Great Possibility” Greene Was Paid, Voting Machines Rigged

Must have been the same people who rigged the machines in Ohio back in ’04.

Watch the video here.

SC-Sen Clyburn On Greene Win: “Great Possibility” Someone Tampered With Machines

Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) says US Senate candidate Alvin Greene’s (D-SC) win in last week’s primary race is highly suspicious.

Clyburn says South Carolina used voting machines that all other states rejected. In fact, they were bought from Louisiana, he said.

“Something went wrong with these machines,” Clyburn said. “They were very unreliable,” he added.

“All you need is a magnet” to compromise the machines, Rep. Clyburn said.

Who would have a motive? “The motive could very well be to embarass the Democratic party. This could be embarassing if we do not get it worked out. Or this could be someone who wanted to ensure a victory [for incumbent Sen. Jim DeMint],” Clyburn said.

Clyburn concluded there is a “great possibility” that someone paid for him to run and tampered with the machines.

Dude, the Democratic party doesn’t need any outside help to be embarrassed.

Jonah Goldberg: What Emergency?

Jonah Goldberg’s take on the frenzied final push for ObamaCare:

The time for talk is over.

So proclaimed the most talkative president in modern memory. I can’t remember when Barack Obama said that. Maybe it was during the first “final showdown” on health care. Or maybe it was the third. The fifth? It’s so hard to tell when pretty much every week since the dawn of the Mesozoic Era, Obama or Nancy Pelosi or Harry Reid has proclaimed that it is now Go Time for health-care reform.

So you’ll forgive me if I’m somewhat skeptical about the possibility that the health-care reform debate is about to come to an end.

The president recently said, “Everything there is to say about health care has been said, and just about everybody has said it.”

But wait. If everything, pro and con, has been said about the subject, by everybody, that means someone isn’t telling the truth, right?

Read on…

As of yesterday, the House vote counter admitted that the votes still are not there while Dough Boy Gibbs declared ObamaCare will be law by next Sunday’s morning news shows. 

Keep the heat up on the Blue Dogs.  Remind them that Scott Brown received donations and volunteer support from across the country and, for many, their sole motivation was to kill ObamaCare.  If they vote for this, the same people’s sole motivation will be to elect Republicans to repeal it.  

Contact list of Blue Dog Democrats.

Rep Clyburn Compares Town Hall Protesters To Attackers At Civil Rights Marches

The sign of a movement/party on the ropes?  They throw down the race card as Clyburn did yesterday.

“I have seen this kind of hate before. I have seen this discussion before,” he said. “I have seen snarling dogs going after people who were trying to peacefully assemble. I have seen the eyes of people who were being spat upon.”

“This is all about activity trying to deny the establishment of a civil right. And I do believe that health care for all is — a civil right,” the House Majority Whip argued. “And I think that is why you see this kind of activity. This is an attempt on the part of some to deny the establishment of a civil right.”

Clyburn, a veteran of the civil rights movement, said he was particularly appalled by the use of the Swastika symbol at some of these town hall events. Noting that one had been painted on the office of Rep. David Scott (D-Ga.), an African-American, Clyburn insisted that was proof enough that some of the protests were racially motivated.

“There is no question in my mind,” he said.

Here’s the problem: they have used this despicable tactic so frequently of late that it is becoming a predictable joke.  Chris Matthews thinks we have a problem with having a black president.  Carlos Watson thinks “socialism” is the new “n” word, Nancy Pelosi compares us to Nazis, Brian Baird likens us to Brown Shirts, John Dingelll compares us to the KKK and now Clayburn chimes in with the latest ridiculous charge.  They are alienating average Americans who are not only sick of the baseless accusations but also causing them to be on continuous gaze mode when they see any of these race baiters on their TV screens.

Has anyone seen a snarling dog at any of these protests?  And as far as being spat on goes, I needed to take a shower after being screamed at by an ObamaCare supporter at the Portsmouth town hall protest.  Where do I go to report this hate crime?