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October 11, 2007
Google 'Hearts' MoveOn.orgTopics: Political News and commentaries
So, is Google a bastion of leftists? Given Google's history of leftist bias and now, this, one could surely think so.
Some things are becoming more and more obvious. In so far as political leanings go, Google, MoveOn.org, the Democrats, and our media, all follow the George Soros line in lockstep. And since 2003, according to Soros, tearing down what he views as the "fascist" tyranny of the United States, as he has put it, is the central focus of his life:
Through networks of nongovernmental organizations, Soros intends to ruin the presidency of George W. Bush "by any legal means necessary" and knock America off its global pedestal. "His view of America is so negative," says Sen. Joe Lieberman, who, like Gen. David Petraeus, has been a target of Soros' electoral "philanthropy." "The places he's put his money are . . . so destructive that it unsettles me." Soros' aim seems to be to make the U.S. just another client state easily controlled by the United Nations and other one-world groups where he has lots of friends.And from the same above-linked post, Soros' efforts go beyond spin. He has also bankrolled groups involved in the manipulation of elections, an activity that has increased since his money came into the picture. Two groups -- Americans Coming Together and the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now -- were sanctioned recently by the Federal Election Commission for fraud.
Google, the Dems, our media, Soros - not the kind of people I want to have anything to do with or for them to have anything to do with the America I know and love.
Posted by Abdul at October 11, 2007 12:04 PM
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