Thursday, August 04, 2005

The Big Bad Wolf Huffed and Puffed, But He Couldn't Blow President Bush's House Down, So He is Going to Take His Money and Go Home

George "Flaming Commie" Soros and his Commie-in-arms Peter Lewis funneled $38.5 million into the Hate Bush groups, America Coming Together and the Media Fund to oust President Bush last year. And as we all know, their money bought them NOTHING!! So they are closing up shop, and scampering away like cockroaches in the night.
A year ago, the liberal group America Coming Together was on the cutting edge of national politics, spending tens of millions of dollars on a massive voter-mobilization project in every presidential battleground state.

The dream was that ACT -- heavily funded by billionaire George Soros -- would play a decisive role in getting Democratic nominee John F. Kerry elected president and then remain in business as a permanent force in liberal politics.

Instead, the group this week began sending e-mails to most of the 28 people who make up the remaining ACT staff warning that their paychecks would stop at the end of August. All the state offices have been, or are soon to be, closed.

The news represented a long fall for ACT and its sister group, the Media Fund. The groups had attracted such Democratic heavyweights as former Clinton aide Harold Ickes, Emily's List founder Ellen Malcolm and Service Employees International Union President Andrew L. Stern.

Big Names, Big Money, Big NOTHING!!
The architect of ACT was Steve Rosenthal, who had won his spurs as political director of the AFL-CIO and by 2003 was determined to build a liberal voter-mobilization organization that would be independent of the Democratic Party, labor unions or other traditional interest groups.

The idea captured the imagination of liberal donors. Soros and other wealthy contributors saw ACT as a vehicle for taking the fight to President Bush, whose policies in Iraq and at home they vehemently opposed, at a time when many Democrats in Congress were treating a war president gingerly.

Soros and his close associate -- Progressive Corp. Chairman Peter Lewis -- together put $38.5 million into ACT and the Media Fund. With this seed money, the two organizations collected $196.4 million, enough to set up voter mobilization programs in every presidential battleground state and to flood the airwaves with pro-Democratic commercials in the early spring of 2004 when Kerry's campaign was broke.

By all measures but one, ACT and the Media Fund were a great success, helping to turn out record numbers of new voters. But that one measure was the one that counted. After Bush's reelection and GOP gains in the House and Senate, Soros and Lewis pulled the plug on their support.

This Leftist Organ spent $196.4 million to lie, cheat and steal a presidential election, and thank God, the American public was not stupid enough to fall for their dirty tricks and blatant lies. They thought that with all their money and with all the childish energy from their kool-aid drinking drones, that they could topple President Bush. But the problem was that their money was not enough for the American public to buy their transparent rhetoric and outlandish lies. So now that they have lost all their money down a sink-hole for the Donks, and that President Bush is doing all the things that they hate, they have decided to pack it up and go home. Well, all I can say is: Don't Let the Door Hit You in the Ass on Your Way Out!!

Mr Minority