Ok, here it is:
There’s a lot of “I believe” Obama quotes in this video (which I think is from Obama’s speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention), but what you don’t hear, and won’t, is Barack Obama saying “I believe that liberalism is the way to go in America, because I – ladies and gentleman – am a liberal, more liberal than Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy.”
Katherine Kersten at the Star Tribune has an eye-opening piece that contains a detailed speculation that the imams who were escorted off the US Airways flight at Minneapolis/St. Paul International airport a few weeks ago may have been trying to drum up some publicity for a proposal that has been languishing in the House for the last two years called the “End Racial Profiling Act” – sponsored by Michigan Rep. John Conyers who, as noted in the article, represents a district with one of the largest Muslim populations in the country. Kersten writes:
Eason Jordan, who infamously accused US troops of deliberately targeting the media in Iraq and who also admitted that CNN deliberately covered up stories of attrocities being committed in Iraq in order to be able to keep a news bureau in Baghdad, is back in the media business. Captain Ed has the details on Jordan’s latest media venture, many of which you won’t find in the referenced E&P piece.