From the Memory Hole

Chen looked like he was having so much fun going down into the boiler room that I decided to do some dumpster diving on my own. Guess what Clueless McDumdum – you were accusing Obama of being an anti Semite not so long ago.

Obama Campaign Throws Antisemitic Blog Down the Memory Hole

Charles Johnson
Sun Jun 8, 2008 at 12:34 pm PDT • Views: 300

After it was exposed, the Obama campaign has now pulled down that shockingly antisemitic blog post that was on their site for more than two months.

And guess what? They’re also now blocking Google’s cache from saving their pages. And they’ve also removed their pages from the Internet Archive and the Coral archives.

They’re running scared, and they’re trying to make sure that when they throw a post down the memory hole, it stays there.

But they still have an awful lot of cleaning up to do.

UPDATE at 6/8/08 12:47:55 pm:

Here’s how you can explicitly request that Google remove cached pages: Clear Google Web Cache.

via WeaselZippers – if you want to play the guilt  by association McDumdum what do you think of this Daily Kos thread?

Update: Is this his Daily Kos page? Markos (who has blamed the shooting on Palin) flushed it down the memory hole.


78 Comments on “From the Memory Hole”

  1. Internet Septic Tank Engineer says:

    *Slide… Grunt… Clang… YEAH!…*

    That was the sound of the lid being put over the LGF Memory Hole.

    What is in the hole stays in the hole, and what is in the hole cannot ever be dug up and cremated.

    This quote from Charles is prophetic, he is now the one running scared.

    They’re running scared, and they’re trying to make sure that when they throw a post down the memory hole, it stays there.

    How do you like it now Charles? Yep, Charles you erased your past from Webarchive, and you cleared Google cache and you now block access to comments on your site from the past.

    Laughing at Charles Johnson, le asshole extraordinaire (that is polite French for really big asshole that cannot be fully described in English so we use the French version. That is like educated people say “Déjà vu” and us common people say “What the fuck” or now in polite company “WTF”)

    Aw shit! one of my boots is leaking…

    later.

  2. Speranza says:

    “They’re running scared, and they’re trying to make sure that when they throw a post down the memory hole, it stays there.”

    Charles is too fucking stupid to see the irony of that statement.

  3. Metatron says:

    After turning his blog into a fearful echo chamber, Churlz no longer has anyone to tell him that his hopes for a warm welcome and a big payoff from the left are illusory. The lefties all still think he’s an asshole. And they’re right.

  4. Doppelganger says:

    that screenshot of KOS needs to be on the front page of Drudge.

    Expose this leftist trash.

    It’s time to put the spotlights on these progressive cockroaches, who try to pin everything on the tea party.

  5. Doppelganger says:

    Guilt by association is fun

    charles now links to KOS : a blog that harbors leftist fanatics who promote violence.

    therefore Charles promotes violence

    I blame Charles Johnson for this shooting

  6. Metatron says:

    And while I’m here: I’ve gone over the AZ shooter’s available rants with a fine-toothed comb, looking for something that would connect him to the Tea Party. Because I actually do think that their rhetoric about “Second Amendment solutions” will eventually lead to more violence. But in this case there is no discernible ideology of any kind. Not even an idea. The kid is just a garden variety untreated schizo who showed plenty of warning signs. The reading list means nothing. In fact it looks like a typical syllabus from a dropout’s shelf of “books I was assigned but never read.”

    Pathetic LGF blamegame fail that brought Churlz a rare day of four digit threads.

    • Whatever says:

      There was a documented instance of alcohol poisoning, which can cause permanent brain damage. The evidence prior to the incident was that he was a hard lefty. Afterward, he became a general-purpose kook. Open-and-shut case of someone who should have been institutionalized.

      And no, he wasn’t a vet.

    • Arachne says:

      WHAT rhetoric about “second amendment solutions?” Please provide links and quotes. I have attended several TEA Party rallies, watched more on video and have yet to hear anything urging violence.

      • Whatever says:

        I don’t think Ned’s been to a tea party rally. He thinks those LaRouch Obama/Hitler posters are officially sanctioned by the organization.

      • Basement Cat says:

        Me too.

        If there were any such instances, the lamestream media would have discovered them by now and reverberated them all over the planet.

      • Basement Cat says:

        I would also suggest that anti-Semitism goes with craziness like peanut butter goes with jelly. Mein Kampf, some association with an anti-Semitic group…not inconsistent with craziness.

      • Whatever says:

        Which brings us to the strange case of Buford O. Furrow, the guy who shot up the Jewish center in LA in 1999, and then killed a mailman. The media narrative is that he was a right wing militia type. The actual story is that he was released from a mental institution, was trying to get re-committed, and a judge basically released him to the public again. The shootings happened about a week later.

        He was certainly connected with some white supremacist types, who knew how to exploit people like him, but he should have never been released from the mental hospital in the first place.

      • Metatron says:

        Who is Ned?

      • Metatron says:

        Sharron Angle, Teabagger, originated the “Second Amendment solutions” talk. Or was it remedies.

        Sorry if that hurtz your butts.

    • Overlook says:

      “Because I actually do think that their rhetoric about “Second Amendment solutions” will eventually lead to more violence.” It is convenient that most mass killings are by guns. What a shame the 2nd Amendment did not establish the right of individuals to bear bombs: that would have made it possible to place all mass murderers as anti-government conservatives.

      And how would you set about demonstrating cause (rhetoric) and effect (mass killing)? Would you need to show that the 22 year old listened to a lot of the “vitriol”, actually heard the politician who spoke about 2nd amendment solutions? Understood what she was saying to be taken literally? As you point out, looking at the shooter’s book list does not indicate whether he read them, and if he read them how well or badly he understood them.

      The 2nd amendment is simply code for “conservative” and it is a tenet of leftist thinking that conservatives are more violent (because they support gun ownership) and more stupid. Bunch of literalists – unlike the left, which uses French and Russian metaphors of mob overthrow of the rich and powerful safe in the knowledge that nobody will misunderstand this as literally a call to take up pitchforks and stones.

      Your understanding that 2nd Amendment rhetoric is more dangerous rests on two rather primitive ideas: advocacy of the right to bear arms by individuals means one is more likely to be conservative; conservatives are more likely to have guns; shooters are more likely to be conservative.

      This is logic results in the policy of prohibiting gun ownership, and more importantly, silencing conservative “rhetoric”. Conservative speech is as dangerous as the guns. Equating conservatism with inciting to violence/hate speech is what all the “vitriol” rhetoric is all about.

  7. kansas says:

    Trying to use logical reasoning with psychotic liberals is a waste of energy. Some nut shot a congresswoman. We all feel bad this nice woman was injured, a child was killed, and a federal judge murdered.

    • Basement Cat says:

      I feel bad too.

      I also wonder about another thing that I haven’t seen mentioned: Where are the parents of the crazy dude? Didn’t they spot anything wrong with their son? Wasn’t it their responsibility to get him some help, or at least make sure he didn’t harm anybody?

      • Whatever says:

        1. He had an incident of alcohol poisoning that probably caused permanent brain damage.

        2. Once he’s 18, there isn’t a legal thing in the world that they can do unless he explicitly threatens someone else or himself. I don’t know about AZ, but some states remove parental rights even earlier. For example, in WA, id your 12-yo runs away, the parents can’t compel them to come back.

        I don’t know diddly about his parents or AZ law, but I do know that parents with a problem child don’t have the legal options or rights that they had 20 or 30 years ago, and are often completely helpless to do anything about an out-of-control child, even one with a demonstrable mental illness.

        Thanks, ACLU.

    • Arachne says:

      Chen, Clueless is such a hypocrit that in looking up the word in Websters, it says “see” him.

  8. Speranza says:

    Whatever :
    I don’t think Ned’s been to a tea party rally. He thinks those LaRouch Obama/Hitler posters are officially sanctioned by the organization.

    I have attended several tea parties and have not once seen any signs advocating violence.

    • Metatron says:

      Just nudges and winks from Beck, Angle, and Paleon, right?

      • poteen says:

        No nudges, no winks. Clearly stated in the Declaration of Independence and The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution and referenced by Beck, Angle and Palin.
        No butthurt here. Buttpucker on your part?

      • Whatever says:

        Since he runs around with his nose up his butt, it’s are to tell buttpicker from nosepicker.

      • Doppelganger says:

        courtesy of YELLOW FLAG on the blogmocracy

        ** Obama: “They Bring a Knife…We Bring a Gun”
        ** Obama to His Followers: “Get in Their Faces!”
        ** Obama on ACORN Mobs: “I don’t want to quell anger. I think people are right to be angry! I’m angry!”
        ** Obama to His Mercenary Army: “Hit Back Twice As Hard”
        ** Obama on the private sector: “We talk to these folks… so I know whose ass to kick.“
        ** Obama to voters: Republican victory would mean “hand to hand combat”
        ** Obama to lib supporters: “It’s time to Fight for it.”
        ** Obama to Latino supporters: “Punish your enemies.”
        ** Obama to democrats: “I’m itching for a fight.”

      • Metatron says:

        Where in the 2nd Amendment does it mention the right to overthrow the lawfully elected govt of the US? That’s the nudgey-winky bit. The AZ shooter was probably not affected by it. He’s clearly nutz. But the Tides guy was a Beck fan. And I predict worse will come.

      • Whatever says:

        Since I know how much you like to nudge your winky, just do it. Now. Ned.

      • Metatron says:

        WHO THE FUCK IS NED?

      • Speranza says:

        Nope not a one.

        At leftwing rallies I have witnessed signs calling for the killing of George W. Bush and the nuking of Israel though.

      • Whatever says:

        Ned calls about RealDoll

  9. Philip_Daniel says:

    Metatron :
    Sharron Angle, Teabagger, originated the “Second Amendment solutions” talk. Or was it remedies.
    Sorry if that hurtz your butts.

    I’m not a “Teabagger”, or associated with the movement in any way.

    Regardless, violent rhetoric is not the monopoly of the right alone — see far-leftist Ted Rall’s call for violent revolution to overturn capitalism, on the Dylan Ratigan Show on MSNBC…

  10. Philip_Daniel says:

    Whatever :
    1. He had an incident of alcohol poisoning that probably caused permanent brain damage.

    That explains his nonsensical youtube videos…

  11. Arachne says:

    Metatron :

    Sharron Angle, Teabagger, originated the “Second Amendment solutions” talk. Or was it remedies.

    Sorry if that hurtz your butts.

    Cut the TEA bagger insult. And provide the quote please and in context.

  12. Beeduwine says:

    How does one make love sideways? Americans must be built differently.

  13. Arachne says:

    Whatever :

    Yeah, what kind of a low class dolt would say something like that?

    Hmmm…let me think. Oh yeah. That guy NED over at LGF who used to say the same kind of things about Sarah Palin.

  14. ISpeakJive says:

    Metatron :
    Where in the 2nd Amendment does it mention the right to overthrow the lawfully elected govt of the US? That’s the nudgey-winky bit. The AZ shooter was probably not affected by it. He’s clearly nutz. But the Tides guy was a Beck fan. And I predict worse will come.

    Why? Is an army of politically active schizophrenics suddenly mobilizing themselves?

  15. Doppelganger says:

    Hey Ned

    still wearing a diaper?

  16. Arachne says:

    Speranza :

    Fuck you sideways? Is that what Haku does to you?

    Misogynist asshats can only go so long before their true colors emerge. Ned’s probably upset that he accidentally revealed his secret identity. Honestly, it’s laughable – such an inappropriate and extreme response to a request to cut out the use of an inappropriate appellation and a simple request for you know, proof.

  17. nesoi says:

    Speranza :
    Fuck you sideways? Is that what Haku does to you?

    Speranza,
    I don’t think he’s Ned.
    Call it an educated guess.

  18. Arachne says:

    Speranza :

    Nope not a one.

    At leftwing rallies I have witnessed signs calling for the killing of George W. Bush and the nuking of Israel though.

    Not to mention a journalist suggesting that Jews go back to Germany and Poland. And I’m trying to think of the names of Sarah Palin’s friends who said they “didn’t do enough” bombings of America back in the day. I’m sure it’ll come to me, though.

    I love how the lamestream media focused on statements by Democrats decrying the “right wing” rhetoric on the morning shows and Sarah Palin’s website, all the while ignoring the Daily KKKOS and the wonderful movie about assassinating President Bush (which I don’t recall them condemning at the time).

    And this condemnation comes without a single shred of proof that this madman listens to talk radio, visits Sarah Palin’s website, participates in any TEA Party rallies, is a registered Republican, or even voted in the last election.

    But remember – there was to be no rush to judgment when a man with jihadist literature took 12 lives at Ft. Hood (but first! A shout-out to my Red Brother!)

    • Whatever says:

      Don’t spoil a perfectly good narrative with banal facts. What kind of a philistine are you, anyway?

    • Stillactive says:

      Jared Loughner, Alleged Shooter in Gabrielle Giffords Attack, Described by Classmate as “Left-Wing Pothead”

      Waiting for this page to be posted in the Swamp

    • Speranza says:

      “But remember – there was to be no rush to judgment when a man with jihadist literature took 12 lives at Ft. Hood (but first! A shout-out to my Red Brother!)”

      YEs I recall that very well.

  19. Arachne says:

    Whatever :

    Don’t spoil a perfectly good narrative with banal facts. What kind of a philistine are you, anyway?

    I don’t know. But it involves something “sideways.”

  20. Speranza says:

    nesoi :

    Speranza :
    Fuck you sideways? Is that what Haku does to you?

    Speranza,
    I don’t think he’s Ned.
    Call it an educated guess.

    Whoever he is that was totally uncalled for.

  21. Arachne says:

    Speranza :

    nesoi :

    Speranza :
    Fuck you sideways? Is that what Haku does to you?

    Speranza,
    I don’t think he’s Ned.
    Call it an educated guess.

    Whoever he is that was totally uncalled for.

    It’s where you go when you’ve lost the argument.

  22. Speranza says:

    Arachne :

    Speranza :

    nesoi :

    Speranza :Fuck you sideways? Is that what Haku does to you?

    Speranza,I don’t think he’s Ned.Call it an educated guess.

    Whoever he is that was totally uncalled for.

    It’s where you go when you’ve lost the argument.

    When they start with the ad hominems start fLying, you know you’ve won. Also when they pull out the Nazi or “raaaaacist” card.

  23. Speranza says:

    Whatever :
    I think it was supposed to be a clever allusion to Ludwig’s most famous words, but YMMV.

    Oh I go the LVQ reference. Still, that is no way to talk to a lady.

    • Arachne says:

      Flyboy, looking at the context, said I should have answered.

      “Nope. I don’t think that’s the quote.”

  24. Bunk X says:

    Uh-oh. The truth finally comes out about the assassin. Seems the 22 year old had a class with a 52 year old fellow student who wrote this:

    From June 10:
    "As for me, Thursday means the end to week two of algebra class. It seems to be going by quickly, but then I do have three weeks to go so we'll see how I feel by then. Class isn't dull as we have a seriously disturbed student in the class, and they are trying to figure out how to get rid of him before he does something bad, but on the other hand, until he does something bad, you can't do anything about him. Needless to say, I sit by the door."

    ALGEBRA!
    http://voices.washingtonpost.com/44/2011/01/jared-loughners-behavior-recor.html?hpid=topnews

  25. poteen says:

    Metatron :
    Where in the 2nd Amendment does it mention the right to overthrow the lawfully elected govt of the US? That’s the nudgey-winky bit. The AZ shooter was probably not affected by it. He’s clearly nutz. But the Tides guy was a Beck fan. And I predict worse will come.

    It doesn’t. The 2nd only specifies the right to bear arms. The purpose being to retain the ability to ‘throw off’ any government that becomes destructive to those who elect it as stated in the Declaration of Independence.
    Reminding the government of that is neither a wink nor a nudge and damn sure not a ‘dog whistle’ for the mentally deficient.

  26. Mongoose says:

    Bunk… BUNK!!!

    Can you just ease the trapdoor up just a little bit please?

    (I got my tail trapped…)

  27. wolfie says:

    IIRC, there actually were a couple of violent incidents at TEA parties: one where a guy was beaten up and another where someone’s finger was bitten.
    True, the violence was perpetrated by lefty counter-protesters, but so what? It still wouldn’t have happened if the TEA partiers hadn’t assembled, so it’s their fault. 🙄

  28. Whatever says:

    Not to get all serious and shit, but Glenn Reynolds hits it out of the park with this:

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703667904576071913818696964.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_LEADTop

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Yes, that was excellent:

      “To be clear, if you’re using this event to criticize the “rhetoric” of Mrs. Palin or others with whom you disagree, then you’re either: (a) asserting a connection between the “rhetoric” and the shooting, which based on evidence to date would be what we call a vicious lie; or (b) you’re not, in which case you’re just seizing on a tragedy to try to score unrelated political points, which is contemptible. Which is it?
      …….But those who purport to care about the health of our political community demonstrate precious little actual concern for America’s political well-being when they seize on any pretext, however flimsy, to call their political opponents accomplices to murder.

      Where is the decency in that?”

      Chuck, are you listening?

  29. Speranza says:

    Whatever :
    Not to get all serious and shit, but Glenn Reynolds hits it out of the park with this:
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703667904576071913818696964.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_LEADTop

    I have a thread about this later today.