A Further Look at The Clinton Die Hards From PUMA

Steve M. at No More Mister Nice Blog provides follow up to the post yesterday on CNN’s report on the PUMA groups of Clinton supporters who would prefer to see McCain as opposed to Clinton be elected. CNN’s report quotes Webster Tarpley as believing “a McCain victory might be the best result if Obama is the Democratic nominee.” Steve provides some background on Tarpley:

Tarpley is a LaRouchenik and a 9/11 truther who thinks Obama is a puppet of the Trilateral Commission and “the candidate of the U.S. intelligence community,” Obama apparently having been recruited by The Conspiracy in his “lost years where nobody knows anything about what he was doing, we’re not even sure where he was. 1981, 1982, 1983 his last two years in college,” all of which Tarpley recounts in his new book, Obama: The Postmodern Coup: Making of a Manchurian Candidate, the cover of which pairs a photo of Obama waving and a photo of Mussolini giving a fascist salute.

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    Noetical says:

    My favorite “Democrat” from this group has to be Will Bower, who recently quit his job to spend all his time administering the site: JustSayNoDeal.com. One of the main areas of this site is the “Oppo-research” are.

    If you have any doubt about the motives of this site, go there and you’ll find a list of links to right-wing blogs on topics that range from Obama’s “Muslim Heritage” to his “Terrorist Ties.” It’s hard to imagine any reason to foster these false rumors and innuendos, meant to smear and “swift-boat” Obama, other than a desire to keep Republicans in the White House for another term. Pointing visitors to lies about Obama will hardly change the outcome of the primaries and make Hillary the Democratic Nominee. It might improve McCain’s chances of being elected. It’s certainly an effort to make people more afraid of things that aren’t true about Obama than they are about the things that are true about McCain…like the fact that McCain has promised to continue numerous policies that have been unpopular under Bush if he, McCain, is elected.

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