Saturday, January 23, 2010

Chicago Style Politics Moves East to Cleveland, Maybe?

The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Sabrina Eaton sleuthed out that a very articulate writer identifying him/herself as "Ellie Light" has been writing letters to newspapers all over the country WITH A LOCAL ADDRESS ATTACHED TO EACH LETTER:
“It’s time for Americans to realize that governing is hard work, and that a president can’t just wave a magic wand and fix everything,” said a letter from alleged Philadelphian Ellie Light, that was published in the Jan. 19 edition of The Philadelphia Daily News.
A letter from Light in the Jan. 20 edition of the San Francisco Examiner concluded with an identical sentence, but with an address for Light all the way across the country in Daly City, California.
Variations of Light’s letter ran in Ohio’s Mansfield News Journal on Jan. 13, with Light claiming an address in Mansfield; in New Mexico’s Ruidoso News on Jan. 12, claiming an address in Three Rivers; in South Carolina’s The Sun News on Jan. 18, claiming an address in Myrtle Beach; and in the Daily News Leader of Staunton, Virginia on Jan. 15, claiming an address in Waynesboro. Her publications list includes other papers in Ohio, West Virginia, Maine, Michigan, Iowa, Pennsylvania and California, all claiming separate addresses.

Light – who e-mailed an identical missive to this reporter on Jan. 16 without listing a hometown – would not answer e-mailed questions about the address discrepancies in newspapers that ran her letter, or her identity, although she did say she wasn’t a former co-worker of this reporter’s who had a similar name.
“I do not write as a representative of any organization,” she said in an e-mail. “The letter I wrote was motivated by surprise and wonderment at the absence of any media support for our President, who won a record-breaking election by a landslide less than 18 months ago, and now, seems to be abandoned by all, supposedly for the infantile reason that he couldn’t make all of Bush’s errors disappear in one day.”

Any observer with a journalistic background knows that these "false flag" operations have a number of different M.O.'s. For instance, the JournoList All Stars project with their online and occasionally dead-tree offerings, all coordinated & activated by Soros-financed types like Alterman and other paid hacks and flacks. I remember a while back when GWBush's team had allegedly inserted a reporter into the press pool and one would think that the First Amendment was under attack the way the political commissars on the Ultra-Left spun it.

Now that the SCOTUS has ruled that corporations can act as persons, a rule that was true until the silly McCain-Feingold aberration in '02, the Ueber Left in one of their coordinated scrums dishonestly claims the SCOTUS has overthrown "over a hundred years of precedents" and doesn't mention that the SCOTUS slam-down of M-F supports the First Amendment. Even the corrupt NYT has now abandoned the First Amendment crusade it promoted when it threatened national security by publishing numerous "security leaks." I guess one of the reasons the Grey Lady is losing circulation lies in the dishonest hypocritical pivot left the NYT and other journals have taken in supporting Obama..

Obama's plan is to impose statist socialist nanny rule by Politically Correct second-raters like Janet Napolitano. She of the "dangerous tea party activists" who pay their taxes, have jobs and don't get gov't kickbacks like ACORN.

I doubt if the slugabeds at ACORN have the candlepower to pull off a feat like "Ellie Light" does. One blogger mentions that both "Ellie" and Light mean the same thing if you use a Greek language template. Perhaps those rumored phone chats every morning between Rahm-bo and George Stephanopoulos has resulted in this cute little scam, executed by eager-to-please go-fers at ABC News [which selected Michelle Obama Friday instead of Scott Brown as "Person of the Week."]

Or again, this may be Soros money doing its corrupt thing with the delusional Far Left amoral totalitarian wannabes driving the talking points of "Ellie's" little letters.

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