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Video: “We’re Feeding at the Trough of Our Own Cultural Divide”

June 5th, 2008 by mopns · No Comments

What the hell does that mean??? We offer you today this video of St. Louis County Congressman Todd Akin’s Democrat sacrificial lamb for this election cycle, Byron DeLear. It’s pretty much the same socialist/Marxist rhetoric that the party’s standard bearer Barack Obama is spouting to voters; corporations are greedy, we’re destroying the planet etc.

Mr. DeLear even goes so far to say that are healthcare system is so bad, that people are sewing up their own wounds. We can’t make this up folks!

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  • 1 Jackson // Jun 5, 2008 at 2:02 pm

    What a true democrat. He takes advantage of the weak minded electorate with oration that might tickle the ear but a) is meaningless, b) he has no clue as to what he is saying but knows it sounds good, c) wouldn’t know how to do it if he did know what he was saying, and d) his democrat colleagues wouldn’t let him get near this issue because he might accidently do something.

    He’s just another nut case who will doesn’t have any chance of beating Akin. Hell, Sherman had a better chance of beating Akin and looked how that turned out. Where is George Weber?

    For those interested, I saw this in the WSJ last week. Gives a very different perspective that I for one hadn’t considered but think is on target.


  • 2 Marian Galbraith // Jun 5, 2008 at 2:35 pm

    Nice compliments, Jackson!

    Byron DeLear is obviously ready to make some awesome changes in Washington. Check out his website video :


    It’s a great compliment to Byron to be compared with Obama, who won the primary in Missouri and the Democratic nomination, and will be kicking McCain’s ass in the next election. Go Byron!

  • 3 John // Jun 5, 2008 at 2:51 pm

    Sounds like he knows what he is talking about to me.

  • 4 Liberty and Justice for All // Jun 5, 2008 at 3:43 pm


    If you think there are not people who sew up their own wounds, then I want to live in your world! There are many good, hard working Americans who are “self insured”, i.e., are not members of a healthcare plan, who don’t want hand-outs at the emergency rooms, who do what they can to take care of themselves within their means. I would like an honest answer from you on one question: should all members of our working class have access to healthcare they can afford? I would like a simple Yes or No answer before you go off on another journey into the private world of Jackson. Thanks in advance.

  • 5 Diane // Jun 5, 2008 at 4:24 pm

    Socialist/Marxist rhetoric? Are you kidding me?? What exactly has Todd Akin done for the citizens of Missouri? How about an article on that?

  • 6 Annette Saint John // Jun 5, 2008 at 5:07 pm

    For anyone having the eyes to see and the ears to Hear, Byron DeLear is a very Bright Light in the Darkness.

  • 7 Mizzou Dude // Jun 5, 2008 at 6:26 pm

    Ha! Can’t wait to see the looks on your faces when Delear wipes the floor with Akin. Get used to him folks, Delear is for real whether we like him or not. Good ideas, and a very nice guy. I’m no liberal, but we need a change in this country and Delear is someone we can trust. Sacrificial lamb? McCaskilll proved me are not as dumb as we look.

  • 8 Jane Bozman // Jun 5, 2008 at 6:30 pm

    Byron you hit the nail on the head. (several times in fact) If the Republican attack machine has decided to target you—-you must be doing something very, very, right.

  • 9 Michael McCue // Jun 8, 2008 at 4:18 pm

    Byron DeLear is a welcome relief from the corporate-owned, “centrist” Democrats (like Clinton) who are always ready to sell us down the river for corporate, or their own personal advantage. We don’t need anymore Lieberman-type betrayals from the Democrats who are corporate-owned like Akin. Judging from his voting record, Akin is akin to a Republican! I support Byron DeLear and have contributed to his campaign. He deserves it and I hope others will do the same–for the sake of Missouri and our nation! It makes total sense if we are really going to change things this year.

  • 10 Crazy Davie // Jul 22, 2008 at 6:56 am

    I have one question for Byron DeLear……..

    When was the last time you worked, attened church or spent time ACTUALLY LIVING in the 2nd Cong. Dist.?

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