Wednesday, July 11, 2012

George Soros-Backed SuperPAC Targeting Allen West Confidential Memo Leaked

Soros-Backed SuperPAC Targeting Allen West Confidential Memo Leaked

By Javier Manjarres
By Javier Manjarres
The ‘Dump West’ Super PAC, backed by George Soros himself, is taking aim at Conservative Congressman Allen West. As we reported earlier, a “top national Democrat operative has been retained by a new George Soros-backed super-PAC to target Congressman Allen West for defeat this November.”
 The Super PAC has been christened “Dump West” and is expected to file with the Federal Election Commission early next week.  Sources have told The Shark Tank that a website along with a targeted web advertising campaign will soon be launched.  Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi asked former Congressman Larry Smith, who’s now working as a lobbyist, to help line up initial funding for the group. West is said to be at the top of Pelosi’s hit list.
 Sources have also us that left wing billionaire George Soros is among those who committed to a $5 million war chest to defeat West. “It’s not surprising that the hard Left is seeking to beat West”  said Florida Tea Party leader Eric Von Tausch “West’s a conservative hero.”-(Source-Soros SuperPAC)
 Our source has confirmed that the PAC will indeed file early next week, most probably on Tuesday, and hope to immediately start fundraising.
Now the Shark Tank has obtained the actual ‘Confidential Memorandum” that was circulated among “Interested Parties.

Here is the Memo



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COME ON ROMNEY LIGHT OUR FIRES... Palin to Romney: 'Light Our Hair on Fire'

Palin to Romney: 'Light Our Hair on Fire'

Wednesday, 11 Jul 2012 07:52 AM
By Greg McDonald




Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says Mitt Romney has the right message on the economy to win the White House this year, but needs to do a better job of connecting with independents and the party’s “base supporters,” who want the presumptive GOP nominee to “light our hair on fire.”
“He’s already got the right message,” the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee told Fox News’ Sean Hannity Tuesday.
But Palin added, “There are a lot of his base supporters — independents — who are saying, well, light our hair on fire, then! Remind us how important it is that we get engaged in the presidential election because it is the election of our lifetime.”
The Fox News contributor encouraged the former Massachusetts governor to be more “courageous and bold and passionate” in presenting his case, a point that many GOP and conservative leaders have been making over the past couple of weeks.
Palin also ventured a guess on what Romney is looking for in a vice presidential running mate.
Recalling her own controversial ride in the 2008 campaign as Republican nominee John McCain’s partner, Palin said, “I think Gov. Romney will probably play it safe, relatively speaking, in terms of finding someone who is a known commodity — so that the media doesn’t do what the media did to me.”


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WE HAVE THE NUMBERS!!!

DHS continues to target conservatives and ignore Islamists



"Groups that believe that one's personal and/or national 'way of life' is under attack and is either already lost or that the threat is imminent." describes potential terrorists? WTH? DHS is using left wing hate groups and even Islamic groups with ties to terrorism as consultants to determine who are threats.

From a Jan, 2011 article "How Dept. of Homeland Security identifies 'right wing extremists':

The radical leftist group Southern Poverty Law Center has partnered with the Department of Homeland Security in a 'Working Group' called Countering violent Extremism to paint conservatives as hate groups and extremists.
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Former Attorney General Edwin Meese says it is "despicable" for the Southern Poverty Law Center to classify the Family Research Council and a dozen other top conservative organizations as "hate groups" similar to the Ku Klux Klan.

The SPLC has a history of targeting conservatives and conservative groups as racist, homophobic, or extremist if they disagree with the radical left positions of the SPLC on any number of issues. An article at Discover the Networks.org says "What makes the Southern Poverty Law Center particularly odious is its habit of taking legitimate conservatives and jumbling them with genuine hate groups (the Klan, Aryan Nation, skinheads, etc.), to make it appear that there's a logical relationship between say opposing affirmative action and lynching, or demands for an end to government services for illegal aliens and attacks on dark-skinned immigrants. The late novelist/philosopher Ayn Rand called this "the broad-brush smear.""

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The SPLC has joined the Department of Homeland Security in a 'Working Group' called Countering violent Extremism. John Cohen, President and CEO of SPLC is listed as a member and Laurie Wood, Analyst, Southern Poverty Law Center/Instructor, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center is listed as an 'expert in subject matter'. The members of the group also include three from Muslim organizations but we don't see any conservatives. (see the list at the end of the report)

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) which has been determined by the courts to be a terrorist support group proudly points out on their Facebook page that its Michigan members 'participated a Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Working Group meeting with law enforcement officials and community advocates in Dearborn, Mich.'[ibid].

So we have the Southern Poverty Law Center, also known as The Church of Morris Dees, which calls groups and individuals like the Family Research Council, Eagle Forum, the Heritage Foundation, Rush Limbaugh, Lou Dobbs, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Rep. Steve King (R-IA), and Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) 'right wing extremists' and the Council on American-Islamic Relations which the FBI has proven to be linked to a terrorist organization teaming up with the US Department of Homeland Security to determine what groups in America should be categorized as 'extremist' and potentially violent.
Now you can see why the DHS came out with its Rightwing Extremism report in April of 2009 that warned of potential violence by people against illegal immigration and gun control, and returning military veterans. Now that's change.

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