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8/14/2009

Roxana Mayer Invited to Town Hall by Obama Organizer Who Sported Che Guevara Poster at Obama Campaign Office

Filed under: General,Media Bias,Obama — Patterico @ 9:24 am

The Houston Chronicle reports:

U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee on Thursday distanced herself from a University of Houston graduate student and Texas Obama delegate who falsely identified herself as a pediatric physician at the congresswoman’s health care reform town hall meeting this week.

“I’ve never met her,” Jackson Lee said as she prepared to take questions from doctors and other health care workers in a session at St. Joseph Medical Center.

Roxana Mayer, who warmly embraced Jackson Lee at the close of Tuesday’s session at a Fifth Ward community center, had spoken in favor of the president’s health care package. The Texas Medical Board, which oversees doctors in Texas, has no record of Mayer, 31, holding a physician’s license.

In a West Coast political blog, Patterico’s Pontifications, Mayer admitted she is not a doctor.

When queried by the Houston Chronicle if she held a medical license outside Texas, she responded via e-mail: “If my initial statement to the Houston Chronicle can not be substantiated, then I understand your responsibility to omit it.”

Jared Woodfill, chairman of Harris County Republican Party, on Thursday said Mayer’s misrepresentation “shows you what we’ve known all along.”

“The Democrats,” he said, “will do anything it takes to pass Obamacare, whether it’s misrepresentation, deception, trickery or outright fraud. It appears there are no boundaries to what they are willing to do.”

I don’t know if Jackson Lee had anything to do with Mayer’s attendance. But I do know that Mayer was invited to the event by a radical Obama supporter who ran an Obama campaign office that sported a picture of Che Guevara.

Mayer yesterday told me that she was invited to the town hall meeting by a listserv message sent by Maria Isabel, who ran an Obama campaign office sporting a Che Guevara flag:

Look, Maria Che-Guevara lady, or whatever, I saw her at about three events during the primaries, and she was a county delegate, too. I know she has been very involved with a lot of stuff with the campaign, but I did not get involved in the general election. I am on a listserve where she sent out a message about the town hall. I haven’t coordinated with her, didn’t even say that I was going. She’s a bit over the top, huh?

Yes, she is, Ms. Mayer.

Maria and Che
Maria Isabel (identified by Babalu blog) at Obama/Che HQ

Isabel in Audience
Maria Isabel at town hall meeting

Isabel with Obama
Maria Isabel with Obama

But you know what. Ms. Mayer? It’s also a bit over the top to lie about whether you are a doctor to enhance your credibility in a discussion about health care. So I’d say you and Maria Isabel are two peas in an “over the top” pod.

Funny how the two of you ended up sitting together in the front row.

Front Row Together

To add to the intrigue, Hot Air yesterday revealed that Mayer was an organizer for Obama’s Organizing for America. So you have two Obama activists sitting in the front together, one of whom invited the other via a listserv. One is a Che Guevara fan and the other lies about being a doctor.

Yes, Mayer says she acted on her own. Given her track record of dishonesty, I am skeptical. Also, note that she has now been “advised” by unnamed people not to talk any more:

In an e-mail to the Chronicle today, Mayer said she’d been advised not to talk further about the matter, but did not say who counseled her.

I have sent her an e-mail to ask her who gave her this advice. But, you know, she has been “advised” not to respond. So she probably won’t.

P.S. What are those similar looking clipboards being held by Isabel and the woman sitting next to her?

Clipboards

UPDATE: As I reported last night, the Lone Star Times was the first to report Ms. Isabel’s presence, and her Che Guevara connection. What this post adds is the fact that Ms. Mayer was invited by Ms. Isabel (who is, by the way, one of Ms. Mayer’s Facebook friends). In addition, most of the photos in this post are from the Lone Star Times site. They have done excellent work on this.

168 Responses to “Roxana Mayer Invited to Town Hall by Obama Organizer Who Sported Che Guevara Poster at Obama Campaign Office”

  1. “If my initial statement to the Houston Chronicle can not be substantiated, then I understand your responsibility to omit it.”

    Wow. Parse that, Chronicle!

    mojo (8096f2)

  2. Totally off Topic but Breaking News – Squeeky Frome Just released from Prison… For you youngsters she was the Manson Family Member that tried to shoot President Ford!

    GM Roper (85dcd7)

  3. OMFG! You racists never quit. It is like you cannot feel alive unless you feel the crunch of a minority under the heel of your jackboots.

    Denounced. Denounced and condemned.

    JD (522121)

  4. “If my initial statement to the Houston Chronicle can not be substantiated, then I understand your responsibility to omit it.”

    “Please forgive us if we do not omit it and call you a lying loser of a cunt?”

    nk (661b9f)

  5. “P.S. What are those similar looking clipboards being held by Isabel and the woman sitting next to her?”

    Zooming in on it it sure looks to me like a database printout of entries. Sure is a lot of paper in the clipboard so it must be a large database. Really good quality clip boards, though. That there are two of them, it might be divided in half, like A-M and N-Z.

    1. Campaign volunteer list?
    2. Campaign contributor list?
    3. Voter registration list for the district?
    4. District list of fishies? /Snark

    That they are mounted in a rather permanent fashion that doesn’t lend itself to adding, removing, makes 1 and 2 less likely.

    Just off the cuff thoughts, but if I were an organized opponent, I’d have voter rolls, particularly if the format was to announce who you were before speaking, just to check if it was a constituent (it isn’t a check guarantee it but the check probability is would be high.) Did the town hall require announcing who you were?

    Dusty (7bba43)

  6. About time for another GWB investigation, wouldn’t you say?

    I love how the Left does the limbo over this kind of thing. If a Republican did it, wow, it would be Olbermann that night. But if it is done by supporters of You Know Who…

    crickets chirping…

    Then…

    Republicans are so much worse!

    Sigh.

    Not to worry, Patterico. A troll attack will begin soon to take your mind off of this.

    Eric Blair (49591c)

  7. Which is bigger ?

    1) Roxana’s lies,
    2) Isabel’s glasses, or
    3) Teh One’s ears?

    JD (40d677)

  8. Ah, I just love the feel of the crunch of a lying minority shill under the heel of my jackboots in the morning!

    Jay (3e53c5)

  9. “Hello,” she lied.

    Mitch (890cbf)

  10. “OMFG! You racists never quit. It is like you cannot feel alive unless you feel the crunch of a minority under the heel of your jackboots.

    Denounced. Denounced and condemned.”

    That there is some outstanding satire, well done. Exactly what a shrieking, empty headed, hysterical dolt from the left would say.

    How predictable – exposing pathetic phony lying about deathcare automatically equals racism…. that’s the sort of weapons grade imbecility I’ve seen all over the web from these freaks.

    Uncanny resemblance. Kudos.

    2Brixshy (262d4a)

  11. Really, this gets more hilarious by the day. I am having the BEST time watching the liberal stupidity on full display.

    Catherine (af7191)

  12. Roxana is hot! I’d pound her hard and make her belly fat bounce. So what if she’s a lying opportunist, it’d be just like my other relationships!

    [note: this is the same IP as unknowit, with the same type of inappropriate content. The IP has been placed in moderation until Patterico or DRJ make final disposition.]

    poundin4jesus (0f0e9f)

  13. OK, that’s it –

    In a previous comment, I’d counseled against going all “witch-hunt” on this woman, citing the left’s politics of personal destruction (see JtP, Palin, etc.). I had left myself some wiggle room, saying something like, “if this is all there is…”

    It wasn’t.

    OFA, invited by and sitting next to a Che fan? Clamming up instead of contrition? This story is beginning to have a really bad smell to it.

    cthulhu (ca0fc5)

  14. I am on a listserve where she sent out a message about the town hall, and one of her Facebook Friends.

    FIFY, Roxana.

    Dusty (7bba43)

  15. “P.S. What are those similar looking clipboards being held by Isabel and the woman sitting next to her?”

    Notice that in the first picture, the one with the Che poster, she’s got the pink clipboard on her desk. In the pictures at the townhall, she’s got a blue clipboard, and the lady next to her has the pink one. Looks like someone bought a bunch of the same clipboards and distributed them to their minions.

    And of course the minions pack the townhall. Just sayin….

    PBinTX (f8e01e)

  16. No no no, you’ve got it all wrong, haven’t you heard. Dr. Roxana Mayer was really a GOP PLANT! It’s true, I read it in ALL CAPS so it has to be!

    She might even be a lizard-person.

    Gonad the Testicularian (b90bc6)

  17. [...] Houston Chronicle reports (h/t Patterico) U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee on Thursday distanced herself from a University of Houston graduate [...]

    Remember Roxana Mayer during the campaign? The fake doctor with the Che Guevara flag in her office? | Fire Andrea Mitchell! (20d20a)

  18. has Scott Jacobs heard back yet from the dean at UH? i’m betting that someone in the admin at the school is who advised her to shut up. if she had lawyered up i think the lawyer wouldve released some spun up press release. between Scott Jacobs and mike in houston talking about their attempts to contact the school they probably told her to shut up and are investigating whether they have to take action or can sweep it under the carpet.

    chas (3a293b)

  19. Nice story. Too bad it was lifted from Lone Star Times without credit.

    http://lonestartimes.com/2009/08/13/obama-camp-plants-fake-doc-che-fan-at-jackson-lee-forum/

    [Maltboy,

    The Lone Star Times published its story on August 13, 2009, while Patterico's first post on this subject was August 12, 2009. Here is Patterico's follow-up post on August 13, 2009, in which he specifically linked and recommended the Lone Star Times post.

    Kudos to Lone Star Times for independently reporting on this subject and for providing excellent information, but please don't take away from the similarly excellent contributions made by Patterico.

    -- DRJ]

    [further edit: Maltboy is also posting from the same IP as unknowit and poundin4jesus, which is now in moderation until Patterico or DRJ have time to make a final decision.]

    Maltboy (0f0e9f)

  20. I am on a listserve where she sent out a message about the town hall , and also Facebook Friend.

    FIFY, Roxana.

    Dusty (7bba43)

  21. Roxana tapped my chest during a physical exam.

    Unfortunately, she used an ice pick.

    Ow.

    I tried to omit the exam but, too late …

    Where is my substantiation?

    Ow.

    BJTexs (a2cb5a)

  22. So what if Che was a mass murderer, killing thousands of political prisoners in Cuba? The ones he killed were all on the Right, so they can’t be “victims” can they? Only the downtrodden poor that Che freed to live in the Cuban paradise can be “victims.”

    Or something like that. I get confused when spouting leftist BS.

    Kevin Murphy (805c5b)

  23. I’m going to be a totally shallow red-blooded American male and say what I suspect a lot of fellas viewing this thread are thinking: I’d like to perform the Dr. Alfred Necessiter brain-transfer procedure on “Dr.” Mayer and replace her scheming, snarky, socialist mind with that of a woman who thinks like, say, Laura Ingraham (a la Kathleen Turner as Dolores Benedict). IMHO, there’s nothing wrong with the exterior.

    Roxana’s new to my “if only” list with Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Anne Hathaway, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Contessa Brewer, and other lovely looney lefties.

    There, I said it. Sue me.

    L.N. Smithee (cedcbe)

  24. 2brix – It is a gift ;-)

    JD (be8dcd)

  25. These two better be careful. The combined IQ level is likely to make them a target of Emanuel’s healthcare advisories.

    mcnorman (a385f7)

  26. “If my initial statement to the Houston Chronicle can not be substantiated, then I understand your responsibility to omit it.” Roxana Mayer can’t give a straight answer to any question. Not only does she lie, but she always has to be coy about it. Is that the way she writes her papers in grad school? Is that the way she’s going to write her social casework? She takes PoMo to a whole new level of head-pounding annoyance.

    gp (72be5d)

  27. Roxana,

    I’m guess you’re probably reading this thread because you told Patterico you read his story and liked it.

    If so, be aware that some good can come out of this story. The ‘I was pushed into doing this by OFA and Maria (or whoever) and this is a full account of what they’ve told me to do with their emails. I sincerely regret doing this and hope the debate can be more honest’ is the right way to handle this crisis in your life.

    Tell Patterico everything. Let it all come out immediately so that there’s nothing left hanging. The story will probably go away a lot more quickly if there’s no story left to tell or guess about. You’ve got a family to worry about too. Just get the truth out, explain you messed up and have never done this before, and offer contrition (and use your contrition to explain why you are letting the real truth come out).

    People will understand you and like you much more, and this mess will go away much more quickly, if you face up. And Patterico will treat you politely and honestly. It’s a really good idea.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  28. Maltboy, ease off. This is an original article, and Patterico has been in the lead on this story.

    I can see that red circle photo is probably based on the same editing, and that may have led to you thinking something evil is going on, but Patterico is legitimately adding to the story, and he’s the one who really broke the story by getting Roxana to admit she wasn’t a doctor. It’s true that Maria is being added by several blogs today, but that doesn’t mean every example but the earliest mention is stealing the story.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  29. If a Republican did it, wow, it would be Olbermann that night.

    This is because Olbermann’s show is material he borrows from very good left of center blogs. I think they’re pretty tired of that game. Eventually they’re going to push back and demand that Olbermann credit the original reporting.

    Nice story. Too bad it was lifted from Lone Star Times without credit.

    Maltboy: I think you have a good point. However, I don’t know if Patterico read all the comments in the monster thread. Most of this information is in there. He should, and I’m sure if you email him, would post a link crediting the original material.

    Honestly though, who brings form based materials and clipboards to a townhall meeting that isn’t either a member of the elected official’s staff, a reporter or a local historian affiliated with the public library?

    The raw photos from Lonestar Times are fantastic. I’d love to see a competing photo wire service that gathers all these photos. There’s great information to be gathered from them.

    Brennan (7e7343)

  30. DON’T LISTEN TO JUAN, ROXANE!

    Keep lying. Keep dissembling. Keep being a smarmy biatch. Keep digging. The more you pile it on, the more material your future employers will have on hand to peruse when researching your background. Sure, you probably have a job lined up with some sympathetic social agency doing whatever b.s. think you do (HAWC i would bet), but it’s going to come back to bite you, eventually. When you go for that promotion, or that agency head position, or on some board somewhere that really, really matters to you- they will be able to read all this and say “eff you, lying skank”.

    So keep digging, Roxane. Someday we can all look back on this and smile.

    Gonad the Testicularian (b90bc6)

  31. Juan: I agree. There is no guarantee against ridicule, but there will be plenty of supporters that advocate the truth to step forward and stand with people that show the courage of contrition.

    Brennan (7e7343)

  32. The LA Times story suggests that future “town halls” will be packed with $15/hour acolytes and little more will be learned from the crowd inside the hall. I don’t think the anger will subside, however.

    Mike K (addb13)

  33. Okay, I love the fact that Maria Isabel wore the same jacket to the town hall meeting as she did when getting her picture taken with President Obama. It is like she is flaunting her presence at the town hall meeting. Or she just has a very limited wardrobe.

    Bru (a6da0b)

  34. Her father, who actually is a real doctor, is also an Obama supporter.

    http://stories.barackobama.com/healthcare/stories/99467

    Gerard Harbison (57fbdb)

  35. Racists

    JD (9de9ff)

  36. Maybe she’s actually considered a doctor in Cuba.

    Jim Treacher (796deb)

  37. Dusty in 14 (& 20) mentions that the two are Facebook friends. For those of you not on Facebook I can corroborate this statement.

    Granted, just because they are friends on FB doesn’t necessarily mean anything. But it’s a bit more than just being on a listserve, no? I suppose they could have all written their names down at some Obama delegate meeting and Maria sent out friend requests to all of them. Just for benefit-of-the-doubt type stuff.

    Andy (0d5f50)

  38. Maybe Dr. Roxana Mayer is the one doing all those unnecessary tonsilectomies and amputating diabetics’ feet then they aren’t looking.

    Gonad the Testicularian (b90bc6)

  39. I want to know who the woman is squatting down in front of all of them (Lee staffer?) and what is she talking about or coordinating? They are all listening intently. Please find out Patterico.

    kag (8cfa10)

  40. Roxana Mayer, the Plant at Rep. Jackson-Lee’s Town Hall was Invited There by an Obama Organizer…

    Patterico continues to follow this story:

    I don’t know if Jackson Lee had anything to do with Mayer’s attendance. But I do know that Mayer
    was invited to the event by a radical Obama supporter who ran an Obama
    campaign office that……

    Defend America (5815fb)

  41. Maybe she’s actually considered a doctor in Cuba.

    You are probably right. Che wanted to become a physician.

    mcnorman (a385f7)

  42. Roxana, it is so disappointing that you are a sociopathic liar.

    http://lonestartimes.com/2009/08/13/obama-camp-plants-fake-doc-che-fan-at-jackson-lee-forum/

    slp (2c993b)

  43. Holy Crap, Roxana made Hannity. Congrats, little princess, your lying skankocity is live and nationwide.

    Gonad the Testicularian (b90bc6)

  44. Roxana does not represent the best of what our little country is capable of producing. She looks at the tapestry of our little republic if we can keep it and thinks what’s one more shit stain.

    It’s Barack Obama’s America and this is who we are now. It’s important that we try as long as we can to remember we used to didn’t be like that.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  45. Roxana does not represent the best of what our little country is capable of producing. She looks at the tapestry of our little republic if we can keep it and thinks what’s one more shitstain.

    It’s Barack Obama’s America and this is who we are now. It’s important that we try as long as we can to remember we used to didn’t be like that.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  46. Can you imagine if someone impersonated a doctor at a Republican townhall and spoke out against ObamaCare? Within 24 hours we’d know her SSN and blood type.

    Jim Treacher (796deb)

  47. hrmm. I have a comment in the filter probably twice can you rescue one? I don’t think the filter liked my judicious use of profanity.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  48. You know, I never seem to be in sync with folks here, but I honestly think that attacking Roxana is the wrong direction to go.

    It’s offensive and stupid that she acted the way she did, but I think she was caught up in a whirwind of astroturfing jerks who knew they were setting her up to take the fall. The real culprits behind this, the congresswoman whose townhall coverage was greatly helped by this, and the OFA stooges who got their mission accomplished, get to slink away.

    Roxana was nice enough to Patterico that I think she clearly knows she’s in the wrong. She can really help the dialogue in this country by coming out and telling us the entire mechanism in place here. She can turn over all her emails and describe the conversations she had with OFA in person. How she was seated in the front, what those other people near here were up to, etc.

    The democrats are losing their credibility because it doesn’t seem like it’s led by members that will admit this kind of stuff is wrong. Roxana can do her party a lot of good by explaining exactly what happened and why it’s wrong. She can be contrite and let it all come out, and instead of being a shamed loser who is hiding and notorious forever, she will be a young lady who made a mistake and had the courage to fix the problem.

    In the long run, it’s better for her political views and for this country… and for her.

    If we let Hannity take this issue over, it will just be a completely polarizing anger fest (I haven’t heard Hannity in ages, so correct me if I’m wrong). Roxana doesn’t strike me as a Rev. Wright. I think she simply went too far and regrets it.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  49. Am I the only one who has noticed the irony of the home of the Astros being the king of the astroturf?

    Carolynp (e0dd0f)

  50. #46 well said.

    It would be nice if that would happen – not just in this case but oh so many others.

    Call me a pessimist – but I think the divide is too great, and the press (and right- and left- wing nut jobs) will keep the gap wide and the finger-pointing to a maximum.

    Corwin (ea9428)

  51. Che wanted to become a physician.

    Instead, he opted for the death panel.

    Kevin Murphy (805c5b)

  52. “Her father, who actually is a real doctor, is also an Obama supporter.”

    So, you think Daddy had a hand in her statement/question to SJL? He must be so proud of his daughter.

    PatAZ (9d1bb3)

  53. See the update.

    I meant to credit the Lone Star Times as I had in previous posts, but hit control-z a bunch of times to recover some text, and that made the link disappear. Anyway, I’m happy to give them even more explicit credit as I did in the update. Their photos and expose on Maria Isabel were invaluable.

    Patterico (86182d)

  54. Hi, thanks for the links. From our point of view, the story wasn’t about the plant itself but the lack of vetting by the Chronicle. Which is why we chose to wait to publish. It was obvious by early am on the 12th that she was a fake but we wanted a direct quote. I finally got her on the phone at 4:30 pm, we actually confirmed that to Patterico via email before anyone published.

    It really sucks to live in such a large city and not have a decent newspaper. I think it is great that we were able to tag team this with Patterico for more exposure, that is what we have to do in today’s media environment if we want the truth to come out.

    As for the last photo in your post, I took that because they were discussing OFA business. They had both petitions (see this) and the forms for the “visit your congressman” link from the OFA website.

    Oh, and thanks Patterico for not being available for the Breitbart B Cast! I had my fifteen minutes. ;-)

    David Jennings (233471)

  55. The commentary is more revealing than the blog itself. The impulse to cry “racism” is a sure sign of the intellectual bankruptcy of another me-too liberal. I am quite certain that Ms. Mayer and the other players in this comedy could have been as white as the driven the snow and the blog would have appeared just as it does now. For you so-called liberals out there, try to realize how this behavior completely obliterates what little credibility your arguments might have. Debate is fine, but effective debate actually requires some genuine thought and logic, fyi.

    Using your tactics… If I am a racist, then you are unquestionably a complete moron.

    GGE (c95dc6)

  56. #46
    That would be nice, but don’t hold your breath. That would be doing the deathpanel’s work for them.

    Gonad the Testicularian (b90bc6)

  57. This is our decision: to live fast and die young. We got Obama and our freedom’s come undone. Yeah, it’s overwhelming, but what else can we do. Let dirty socialists make life and death decisions for you?

    forget about a cost curve what can bend we were fated to pretend I think

    happyfeet (42470c)

  58. When queried by the Houston Chronicle if she held a medical license outside Texas, she responded via e-mail: “If my initial statement to the Houston Chronicle can not be substantiated, then I understand your responsibility to omit it.”

    This is a popular excerpt in this comment section, and for good reason. I’ll add one more thought.

    She’s being coached by a professional.

    Bet on it.

    tim maguire (4a98f0)

  59. [Comment by Andy — 8/14/2009 @ 11:30 am]

    Thanks for the corroboration. I have a screenshot if needed via Isabel’s site.

    Sorry about the double post. Re: #20, I thought I might have closed out the page before submitting because #14 didn’t post for a while.

    Dusty (7bba43)

  60. David’s right that the blogosphere is very different from traditional media. you can’t scoop a story on your own and really get anywhere. You have to work with several bloggers to build momentum and get a story out there. It’s really interesting, and I think it works so much better this way.

    The ‘FIRST POST!’ phenomena is actually a lot like what traditional media has been doing. They print ANYTHING that approximates the story, just to say ‘you saw it here first!’. Blogs that try that just show their ass and get ignored. Patterico patiently waited for Roxana to email back, and he’s gracious with Lonestar as they are with him. That’s why it’s working. I think that’s really interesting. If the Chronicle understood this topic, they could have cemented themselves as a paper with staying power on the internet. I hope they learn their lesson.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  61. oh. sorry for the double commenting thing. I killed super-cache on this machine I think but maybe there’s some other delay what can happen.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  62. happyfeet, I find that if I run another browser and always have no cookies saved, I have better results (though not perfect) with the supercache. Seamonkey and IE are valid options for my second browser.

    I’m impressed that this website has weathered the storm lately. It’s been imperfect, but it’s clear someone’s been working hard to improve the site.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  63. I retract comment #55 recognizing in context that it appears to be but subtle satire by JD. Don’t I feel like the complete moron now!

    GGE (c95dc6)

  64. It really sucks to live in such a large city and not have a decent newspaper

    Tell me about it – we haven’t had one decent newspaper in Chicago for over a decade now – for just one example, see the awesome power of the press that was on display here during Obama’s vetting process when he ran for Senator.

    Dmac (e6d1c2)

  65. [...] I’m sure her supportive words were WHOLLY organic and random, as if they came from somebody interested simply in the “facts” being presented by Congresswoman [...]

    wikistan » Too awesome to check: fake doctor at townhall sent by no other than . . . our old Che-lovin’ Obama organizer friend from Houston (4b31fc)

  66. I read the left wing blogs, even if they don’t let me comment. I am struck by the fact that they are oblivious about the building backlash on this health care monstrosity. With great fanfare, Wash Monthly links to a lame attempt to (for the zillionth time) dis Sarah Palin and accuse her of not knowing what she is saying.

    As it happens, I am also reading a very long and very good history of the French Revolution. I don’t mean to to overdo the analogy but the tone on the lefty blogs and the tone in Louis XVI’s circle sound an awful lot alike. They simply do not understand that this is a real citizen uprising.

    Mike K (addb13)

  67. At 3:45 PM CST I have yet to receive any reply to my email to Dean Colby (U of H). This may be due to the student confidentiality rules, so I will sent him another email as a hypothetical which I’m sure he will enjoy. Io those who say this is too harsh on Ms. Mayer, I say that this is a fundamental violation of the ethical code of her chosen profession and needs to be addressed

    mike in houston (041f6b)

  68. that’s how it is here Mr. Juan but still the site seems funny today.

    I don’t think there’s been enough in the way of uprisey calls to action being put out there and answered for the dirty socialists or their media to be too concerned yet Dr. Mike.

    So far you Americans strike me as a remarkably passive people really.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  69. [...] I’m not sure what the connection’s supposed to prove — was Che into using people with fake credentials at rallies? — but no righty blogger can resist a recipe with ingredients like this. It’s the political equivalent of a “This Is Why You’re Fat” concoction. Che + Obama + health-care sockpuppet = crazy delicious! [...]

    Hot Air » Blog Archive » Perfect: Fake doctor at Dem’s town hall was invited by Che-loving Obama volunteer (e2f069)

  70. happyfeet,

    We aren’t rebooting and cleaning the cache as much today as yesterday. So if things are running a little off now, it’s because we’re still exhausted from keeping it going yesterday!

    DRJ (cabca2)

  71. Perfect timing on that Hot Air link. Time for me to get back to work.

    DRJ (cabca2)

  72. Comment by GGE — 8/14/2009 @ 12:42 pm

    JD is being sarcastic, using the cry from the left to mock them.

    Also, I have sent your post to flag@whitehouse.gov. :)

    Scott Jacobs (d027b8)

  73. As I reported last night, the Lone Star Times was the first to report Ms. Isabel’s presence, and her Che Guevara connection.

    Now it’s become “her Che Guevara connection.”

    And my kid’s got a “Derek Jeter connection” posting his picture on a wall.

    I’m glad she was busted, but this is getting Nixonian.

    steve (07845d)

  74. Comment by mike in houston — 8/14/2009 @ 2:09 pm

    His secretary is sending everyone to talk to the school’s Media Liason.

    I think that ever they are smelling blood in the water.

    Scott Jacobs (d027b8)

  75. looksies a two trillion dollar deficit la la la oh hey for reals I can has cash for mah clunker? yay! You know who is the mostest perspicacious one? Larry Kudlow! Let’s put him in charge cause of he’s sooo smart.

    I’m just kidding he’s a douchey wanker but he’s a lot on par with American leadership these days especially the anemic kind you see in the not-dirty socialist camp.

    I don’t see anything too scary about not-dirty socialists and their uprisings.

    They need to show me a little sumpin sumpin.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  76. I don’t mean to sound complainy DRJ it’s just it’s messin’ with my flow.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  77. Mike K.,

    “I don’t mean to overdo the analogy…”

    Allow me. Remember that Louis the Headless got the party started by taxing the propertied/ productive classes in order to appease the underclass.

    The Strategic MC (cf0c5e)

  78. She should change her name to Roxana Dunlap.

    Because her gut has dunlapped over the edge of her skirt.

    Dave (dc14b8)

  79. Blair’s Law Meets The Obamic Convergence…

    Blair’s Law postulates:
    “The ongoing process by which the world’s multiple idiocies are becoming one giant, useless force.”
    But theory is one thing; here’s a perfect real-world (such as it is) demonstration: “Fake do…

    Ed Driscoll (a3d746)

  80. maybe she recently quit smoking Dave jeez you big meany face why gotta be so mean

    happyfeet (42470c)

  81. I guess Sheila Jackson, Roxanne Meyer and Maria Isabel forgot that: “The EYES OF TEXAS ARE UPON YOU, all the live long day; the eyes of Texas are upon you; YOU CANNOT GET AWAY.

    Noreen (36cf14)

  82. Juan @49 “I think she simply went too far and regrets it.” What evidence do you see that shows any regret? She snarked at P in the 2nd email, knocking his “journalist” cred. She never says anything in a straightforward declarative. It’s always coy doubletalk.

    gp (ddb675)

  83. gp,

    I’m going with my gut, but the fact that she didn’t ignore Patterico says something to me. I speculate that in between the time she faced him and now, some organization has intervened and convinced her that shutting up is going to save her a lot of trouble.

    That’s not true. Shutting up with allow the world to vilify her as an independent crank, and allow those who orchestrated the astroturf to hide or even point fingers at her.

    I was pretty clear that I thought her tone and actions are bad. But I’m giving her some credit, and I hope we all do. If she did come out and tell us the full truth, would that be a good thing, or a bad thing? For her. I want it to be good for her, since it’s good for everyone else. That requires me to assume some common humanity.

    Why did she answer Patterico’s email at all? She didn’t come across as stupid. I think she got caught up in something and wants to talk about it.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  84. [...] Patterico has more juicy details associated with Mayer’s attendance: I don’t know if Jackson Lee had anything to do with Mayer’s attendance. But I do know that [...]

    Representative Sheila Jackson Lee and Poser Roxana Mayer | Indisputable (b45320)

  85. Maria looks as though she may be “mentally challenged”.
    Especially that picture with Big Ears.
    She is probably not responsible for her own lies.
    Someone else is.
    A Republican no doubt.
    Republicans cut funding from ________ FILL IN THE BLANK.
    Btw, Che Guevara rocks! In a mass murdering Marxist sort of way!!

    gus (36e9a7)

  86. Bug Eyes Isabel is wearing the same clothes at the town hall as when she met President O’Big Ears.
    Take a look1!!!

    gus (36e9a7)

  87. Same CLIPBOARDS at Town Hall and Che Guevara campaign Opie headquarters.

    Hmmmmmmmmm.

    gus (36e9a7)

  88. Speculation again. Why does everything has to coordinated? First you said she was connected to Rep. Leee husband. When that was denounced, now she connected to a “che lover”. I have a poster MJ. Does that mean I like/support pedophiles? Your connection is always stupid. Folks know each other. That does not mean they support each other. I invited a female last night to a blues concert. I don’t know her politics or even if she likes the blues. she might not even like the blues but will go just to be around me. Does not mean she supports eveything I do. or likes Michael Jackson

    MICHAEL SPENCER (9f89a5)

  89. [...] saw this over at Patterico’s. 3.OMFG! You racists never quit. It is like you cannot feel alive unless you feel the crunch of a [...]

    I am stealing this at Bride of Rove (ca7f8e)

  90. She’s a stupid lying dirty socialist skank, Juan. You’re just too nice is the deal. The smart lying dirty socialist skanks all said hey you go first and dumbass Roxana Mayer did.

    Roxana Mayer isn’t just a stupid lying dirty socialist skank she’s a FAMOUS stupid lying dirty socialist skank. That always always always means you were doing it wrong.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  91. We need theme music. How about Roxane by The Police?

    nk (661b9f)

  92. Juan – Fess up. You’re just looking to hit that.

    daleyrocks (718861)

  93. “Speculation again.”

    Michael – No, it was completely made up and pulled out of Patterico’s ass, like a post on a lefty blog. There is absolutely no possible evidence for the contention. Thank you, thank you for pointing this out JEENYUS!!!!

    daleyrocks (718861)

  94. Hey, can you blame me? She’s cute and snarky.

    In all seriousness, I’m really just trying to be hopeful. There’s a big fucking machine trying to steamroll our nation. I have no idea how big, but evidence is that it’s really huge and really dangerous. I can’t stop it, but someone on the inside can.

    I’ll gladly kiss their liberal ass when their patriotism overcomes their zeal for liberal policies. Especially if it’s a nice ass.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  95. Congratulations to Patterico on is sleuthing, but threads like this (and threads on subjects like this) make me want to take another commenting hiatus. I know it’s weird to say that in a comment, but what the hell…

    Leviticus (f565c1)

  96. First you said she was connected to Rep. Leee husband. When that was denounced, now she connected to a “che lover”

    Point of fact, it wasn’t proven to not be true.

    I have a poster MJ. Does that mean I like/support pedophiles?

    Yes. Yes it does, because MJ was a pedophile. You may support him because you really like his music, but your support of him, by definition, is support of a pedophile. In the case of Che, the only think he ever did was commit acts of brutality – if he has music he put out I remain unaware – so supporting him really IS support of a brutal, murderous socialist. While it largely stems from general ignorance, much of the left idolized Che, and that is not something we should turn a blind eye to.

    Your connection is always stupid. Folks know each other. That does not mean they support each other.

    But when you invite someone to a non-date (like a town hall) that’s support of a kind. When you ask a soft-ball, policy supporting question, that’s support. When you lie to sound more important when you ask that question, that is also support. I would hope SJL wasn’t a part of it, but knowing her history I have a hard time not suspecting.

    I invited a female last night to a blues concert. I don’t know her politics or even if she likes the blues. she might not even like the blues but will go just to be around me. Does not mean she supports eveything I do. or likes Michael Jackson

    No, but if she has posters of Stalin and Che on her wall, you can wager highly that she supports the ideas those people held.

    Scott Jacobs (d027b8)

  97. David Jennings – Your last photo of the women in the front row was taken because they were discussing OFA business?

    Roxanna appears attentive. She was participating in this discussion?

    The woman kneeling down talking to the others – was she in the audience (and member of their little OFA jamboree), or a Lee Staffer?

    Is she a facebook friend of Roxanna, too?

    SarahW (692fc6)

  98. [...] about being a doctor … and turns out she’s really an Obama deligate … and now we find out she was contacted by the Che-lover in the picture above to attend the Jackson Lee event and pretend to be a doctor supporting socialism—- er, [...]

    Real Doctors Tell The Truth and Oppose ObamaCare … Fake Doctors Lie and Support It (1442ad)

  99. Remember that Louis the Headless got the party started by taxing the propertied/ productive classes in order to appease the underclass.

    Comment by The Strategic MC

    Actually, he was a guy who could never make up his mind. he would support one side and promise to do what they wanted, then someone else would get his ear.

    Sound familiar ?

    Actually, the French Revolution began the process of totalitarian government that still vexes us. The term “left” was first used in a political sense. When Chou En Lai said it was “too soon to tell” about the French Revolution, he was right. It has many lessons for us today. Every leftist would-be ruler is a child of the FR. The hatred in patriotism (patriotism of party, too) began there. When Montgomery had the German general to dinner after he surrendered Tunisia, he was severely criticized, no doubt by children of the FR.

    I read lefty blogs and see echoes of Marat and Desmoulins.

    Mike K (addb13)

  100. Bride of Rove @ #89 just made my day !!!!

    JD (f086e6)

  101. [...] Update: Not only was Roxana Mayer sitting with the Che loving Maria Isabel, Isabel invited her! [...]

    Obama town hall plant pretends to be a physician | The Lonely Conservative (79c154)

  102. Mike K, My Masters at UMich was in French History and I see a lot of baby Robespierre-wannabes. And Dear Leader Brobambi started out a lot like Louis XVII [and GWB ended up like him, as Cheney is now beginning to complain].

    Obambi is beginning to geld himself in public.

    The fake daughter of a senior MA DNC type got to the mike at Portsmouth and the MSM doesn’t even peep. Brobambi is laughing at the honkie/slave journo-skanks and suck-ups who eagerly sing in his choir.

    daveinboca (d0db99)

  103. Mike K, My Masters at UMich was in French History and I see a lot of baby Robespierre-wannabes. And Dear Leader Brobambi started out a lot like Louis XVII [and GWB ended up like him, as Cheney is now beginning to complain].

    Obambi is beginning to geld himself in public.

    The fake daughter of a senior MA DNC type got to the mike at Portsmouth and the MSM doesn’t even peep. Brobambi is laughing at the honkie/slave journo-skanks and suck-ups who eagerly sing in his choir.

    daveinboca (d0db99)

  104. Mike K, My Masters at UMich was in French History and I see a lot of baby Robespierre-wannabes. And Dear Leader Brobambi started out a lot like Louis XVII [and GWB ended up like him, as Cheney is now beginning to complain].

    Obambi is beginning to geld himself in public.

    The fake daughter of a senior MA DNC type got to the mike at Portsmouth and the MSM doesn’t even peep. Brobambi is laughing at the honkie/slave journo-skanks and suck-ups who eagerly sing in his choir.

    daveinboca (d0db99)

  105. Mike K, My Masters at UMich was in French History and I see a lot of baby Robespierre-wannabes. And Dear Leader Brobambi started out a lot like Louis XVII [and GWB ended up like him, as Cheney is now beginning to complain].

    Obambi is beginning to geld himself in public.

    The fake daughter of a senior MA DNC type got to the mike at Portsmouth and the MSM doesn’t even peep. Brobambi is laughing at the honkie/slave journo-skanks and suck-ups who eagerly sing in his choir.

    daveinboca (d0db99)

  106. Mike K, My Masters at UMich was in French History and I see a lot of baby Robespierre-wannabes. And Dear Leader Brobambi started out a lot like Louis XVII [and GWB ended up like him, as Cheney is now beginning to complain].

    Obambi is beginning to geld himself in public.

    The fake daughter of a senior MA DNC type got to the mike at Portsmouth and the MSM doesn’t even peep. Brobambi is laughing at the honkie/slave journo-skanks and suck-ups who eagerly sing in his choir.

    daveinboca (d0db99)

  107. “If my initial statement to the Houston Chronicle can not be substantiated, then I understand your responsibility to omit it.”

    I love that leftist mind, always striving to get a little ahead of the curve. And apologies, you know, are so bourgeois.

    rrpjr (bb77e7)

  108. “…who is, by the way, one of Ms. Mayer’s Facebook friends…”

    Can’t wait for the Congressional investigation:

    Are you now, or have you ever been, a Facebook friend of …?

    AD - RtR/OS! (48f167)

  109. She’s a lying skank. If I ever see her out in public out in Houston I’ll be sure and shout that out.

    Gonad the Testicularian (731363)

  110. When it comes to French history, Obama reminds me of Napoleon III, with health care reform being his Mexico.

    Mike LaRoche (63288a)

  111. The trolls are hilarious. Once again, we’ve found that the Democrats’ accusations are all nothing but hypocracy and projection.

    SPQR (26be8b)

  112. Hannity is about to cover the story.

    Northeast Elizabeth (46452c)

  113. … And he just mentioned this blog

    Northeast Elizabeth (46452c)

  114. [...] … tell me it ain’t so!. Turns out Obama delegate and Organizing for America activist Roxana Mayer, who lied about being a pediatrician, was invited to the forum by that nutball Obama campaigner who sported a Che Guevara poster in her office. [...]

    ObamaCare Townhall Sockpuppets [Darleen Click] (38c333)

  115. hypocracy

    Since it’s a word we’re going to apparently need to be using a lot during this administration….

    spelling-Nazi coward regular who is SICK of the word "hypocrisy" being misspelled all over this blog (1ebbb1)

  116. You are going to be busy.

    SPQR (26be8b)

  117. [...] at Patterico’s Pontifications and Lone Star Times !  Print This Post This entry was posted on Friday, August 14th, 2009 at [...]

    Flopping Aces » Blog Archive » Fake Doctor Gets Front Row Seat at Dem Town Hall Meeting (e7cd22)

  118. Well, “hypo” is “under”, and “hipo” is nothing unless it’s a misspelling of “hippo” which is “horse”. “Crasy” is “rule” as opposed to “crisy” which is “judgment”. So I suppose “hypocracy” could be rule by inferiors and “hipocracy” could be rule by horses.

    nk (39eaba)

  119. “cracy” “cricy”. Whatever.

    nk (39eaba)

  120. Obama is a hypocrat… the highest level a hypocrite can achieve… a state of being.

    SteveG (97b6b9)

  121. Mike K, My Masters at UMich was in French History and I see a lot of baby Robespierre-wannabes. And Dear Leader Brobambi started out a lot like Louis XVII [and GWB ended up like him, as Cheney is now beginning to complain].

    - DaveInBoca

    Dave would you please extrapolate on your Louis XVII comment. I’m not quite getting the Louis XVII analogy (he was the son of Louis XVI & Marie Antoinette who was taken from his mother while in prison and died a horrible death).

    Lesley (4e0dda)

  122. [...] Obama supporter who ran an Obama campaign office that sported a picture of Che Guevara. Patterico Roxana Mayer Invited to Town Hall by Obama Organizer Who Sported Che Guevara Poster at Oba… Huh. Pretended to be a doctor and spoke in favor of Obamacare at a "Town Hall Meeting." [...]

    Whistle-blower: Health care industry engaging in PR tactics - Page 3 - PennJersey.info Forums (d127f7)

  123. don’t you figure Mr. Boca probably just meant Louis 16 then? That’s what I figure.

    All this talk of the French makes me uncomfortable personally. They are an asshole nation what did us and our soldiers in particular a tremendous unkindness prior to and during the war to liberate Iraq.

    Personally I think their asshole French hands were behind Turkey’s last-minute disallowance of a Northern Front for the invasion, which could have made an enormous difference in post-war stability.

    The French are dirty losers what can eat shit I think, and that is how I feel about the French.

    People I like more better than the French include lepers and communications majors.

    happyfeet (42470c)

  124. hypo hipo hippo hipaa

    hipaa = Doctor

    So there. We’ve got out own doctor too.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  125. Sheila Jackson-Lee has nothing to worry about. She’ll be re-elected in a landslide.

    That’s fine. She’s what her constituents want.

    But, really, what’s pathetic is that she had to resort to an obvious plant to maintain some semblance of credibility outside of her district.

    What’s sad is she used a well-intentioned, educated — and misguided — dupe to do her bidding.

    And people wonder why the “haters” are mad.

    Quite frankly, they are sick and tired of being manipulated by politicians and the media. They are tired of being called names by people in power. And, most importantly, they are tired of being lied to for expediency’s sake.

    What makes me mad is the left thinks they can get away with lying because they really, truly believe most people are too stupid to understand what’s best for them.

    Ag80 (9ddd74)

  126. All this talk of the French makes me uncomfortable personally.

    The French are merely a bigger version — politically speaking — of large cross sections of San Francisco, New York City, Hollywood/West LA, Boston, Seattle, Austin, Chicago or any variety of locales where limousine liberals and their phony compassion and ass-backwards perceptions of reality abound.

    Mark (411533)

  127. I dunno, Ag80… The video of her talking on the phone (or with staffers) while being asked a question will be rather powerful come campaign-ad time…

    Scott Jacobs (d027b8)

  128. The French are merely a bigger version — politically speaking — of large cross sections of San Francisco, New York City, Hollywood/West LA, Boston, Seattle, Austin, Chicago or any variety of locales where limousine liberals and their phony compassion and ass-backwards perceptions of reality abound.

    The difference being in Chicago, you would be very hard-pressed to find a democrat/Liberal who would ever surrender, for any reason. :)

    Scott Jacobs (d027b8)

  129. [...] PATTERICO has a video of the event, many photos from the event and a great expose article about this entire Phony Doc escapade. [...]

    FROM PATTERICO, ACE & HOTAIR: OBAMA CAMPAIGN WORKER FAKES BEING A DOCTOR W/REP. SHEILA JACKSON LEE – suzyrice.com/BIRD (47121e)

  130. Yeah but at least Obama’s not astroturfing.

    Sean P (3928ec)

  131. Scott Jacobs:

    I appreciate the comment, but the district she lives in will re-elect her until she dies. Trust me on this. She’s voter-proof, just as Pelosi.

    Any show she puts on is to reinforce her credibility outside her district.

    Everyone in the rest of the state knows she’s a buffoon. It’s too bad her constituents don’t realize it. She does nothing to help them.

    Unfortunately, I can say that about a lot of Texas Congresspeople. If the GOP in Texas wants to make some inroads in the state, they should target Chet Edwards. That lying weasel pretends to be conservative at home and votes liberal almost down the line.

    And now my opinion:

    Texas is an interesting state to keep an eye on. Hispanics are overtaking African-Americans as the predominant minority, if they haven’t already.

    Although predominately conservative at this point, the state could quickly become Democratic because of the changing demographics. Texas is destined to be the next California.

    What is interesting to me is the fact that most Hispanics are Catholic and a good portion of African-Americans are fundamentalist Christians. At some point faith will come into conflict with the Democrat Party’s values.

    George W. Bush understood this and it made him a very successful governor. And, to give credit where credit is due, so did some former Democrat governors, including Mark White and Ann Richards.

    Right now, the GOP has no credibility with minorities because, with good reason, it is seen to be the party of powerful white men.

    The GOP’s challenge is to connect with minorities on faith-based values that are important to those communities.

    At this point, I don’t see that as a goal that can be accomplished. There are too many forces aligned to denigrate the right despite its willingness to accept and respect a diverse electorate.

    What’s the solution? It’s pretty simple: Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

    Ag80 (9ddd74)

  132. ag80, no doubt Texas is demographically similar to California in many ways. Lots of prosperity, lots of great resources, and proximity to water and Mexico.

    But the government here is formed in a way that makes it tough for Texas’s legislature to accomplish anything. I remember how mad this made my poli-sci professor. It’s just so slow and easy to bog down. He didn’t understand that Texas just happened to be a relatively prosperous, stable, and free place. In comparison to the rest of the union right now, it’s clear that less government is a great thing for us.

    The real thing to watch for is any kind of fundamental reform of the way Texas makes laws. I think Texans will show up and vote out any nonsense for quite some time. I’m so grateful whenever I see Hollywood or some internet troll bash Texas as a backwards hillbilly place. I very much want the place to scare off anyone who wants the government to fix everything.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  133. Oh, and you’re right about Sheila. It’s a damn shame, but gerrymandering has slammed all the nuts into one district. Personally, I would prefer 2 or 3 blue dog democrats, even though Sheila probably makes a ton of money for the GOP in donations.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  134. Juan:

    Good comments.

    Just to let you know, I was born in the a small town called Crockett (as in Remember the Alamo) in the great state of Texas and I’ve lived here almost all of my life, so I know where you’re coming from.

    Thanks.

    Ag80 (9ddd74)

  135. Maria is a credit to her race. She’ll do anything to show her contempt for the despised Gringos. That was Che’s passport to his overwhelming popularity in Cuba: Gringos out of our Latin America!
    Gringos are responsible for all of Latin America’s trouble. Viva Che! Gringos owe us a living. Gringos should pay for the birth of all of our illigimate babies.
    Maybe Maria could fabricate a stupid lie -como Che- about getting on a motorcycle and visiting leper colonies in South America. She already has the goggles.

    jason (e720b0)

  136. 3.OMFG! You racists never quit. It is like you cannot feel alive unless you feel the crunch of a minority under the heel of your jackboots.

    Denounced. Denounced and condemned.

    Comment by JD — 8/14/2009 @ 9:44 am

    Is the above a joke or the words of a racists idiot?

    richard (0b9b55)

  137. It’s a joke that has a point. JD thinks the term “racist” is so overused that it has become meaningless. He takes it to an extreme as a way of illustrating that.

    DRJ (cabca2)

  138. Wait a second! Isn’t the real story that there is an Obama campaign office with a Che Guevera poster hanging on the wall? Che Guevera is a mass murderer and a totalitarian communist. I wonder how the left would behave if there had been a GWB campaign office with a picture of a right wing facist say Musolini or Hitler hanging on the wall?

    bill (8a5b56)

  139. Bill,

    This was a major story in the run up to the election. The voters apparently didn’t care.

    And it would indeed be newsworthy if a republican campaign office had posters extreme leftist national socialists like Obama or Hitler or race baiters like Al Gore Sr or Mussolini.

    Juan (bd4b30)

  140. Astroturf: Who is Really Laying Down Sod?…

    Folks, I was curious about people calling the health care protests “astroturf;” meaning, the protesters are recruited to be there by right-wing fringe leaders like Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly, and, the mobfather himself, R…

    The Harrington Report (3a5cf0)

  141. What is with the snark coming from Allahpundit over at Hot Air concerning this blog story?

    I swear that guy was on the fence while Rome was burning asking “Why is everyone worried about a few fires?”

    ghost707 (643494)

  142. it is always funny, when all you do is eat crumbs from the table, when you have nothing to offer back, at least nothing your freedom to do so has earned, but when called on it, you have your excuses and your “card” to play, i am bless not to have to be yolked like that… vote the chicago thug and his gang out, save freedom, save the USA.

    Jefferson (2e0226)

  143. Do not forget that this behavior is part of the radical/fascist playbook. Facts are irrelevant to the message. Remember that we saw the same rationalization during ‘Rather-gate’. As to attacking Ms. Mayer; give her an opportunity to come clean and decide if this is the type of activity she wishes to be a part of. If she decides to be a part of the coverup, then by all means attack her credibility, but leave the personal attacks to the left. I will be disappointed if the university does not sanction her in someway. I know that if during law school I held myself out as a lawyer in a public proceeding I would have had to answer to the Dean of Students and would have to answer to whatever state bar association I would apply to. I hope the same standards apply here.

    Kevin (5d34ab)

  144. “I am not a crook”
    “I am not a Kenyan national”
    “I am not a doctor”
    The check is in the mail”
    “I won’t put it all the way in”
    Which of the above is true?

    goo goo eyes (24f0d7)

  145. Slowly….slipping….off…the….high….road….Please, please, please destroy these women. I want to know: every grade on every transcript (since we’ll never see O-blah-blahs); every abortion they’ve ever had, who were the fathers; did their fathers ever try to impregnant them; did they ever answer a business email using a personal account; dress size; bmi; where do they shop; did Che buy their wardrobes for them…..what else? Destroy them professionally and personally please.

    Okay….slowly gaining my footing again. I’m upright. Whew, man this turn the other cheek and log in your eye thing drains all my strength sometimes!!! I need a nap now….

    kag (8cfa10)

  146. Geez do you mean that a group of Obama supporters are spreading lies? Thats the policy of this administration. He thinks he is a real Robin Hood. Stealing from the rich and “redistributing the wealth” to the less fortunate. Lets try get off your fat lazy asses and work for it like the others who have actually earned it.

    elliott gates (07715f)

  147. Since y’all are doing good with the main topic, thought I’d add a comment about a side issue.

    The “word” hypocracy could, IMH, refer to the practices of the leftists currently in power, i.e., a democracy that has morphed into a hypocritical “democracy,” condemning practices that they themselves used when they were not in power.

    Also, while I agree with some of the parallels mentioned re Louis XVI’s (?) France, I also see a bit of Weimar Republic/Brownshirts (read SEIU/Acorn) under the bed (in the closet?). Hope I am paranoid because, otherwise, we have a bad patch coming.

    Take care, all, and keep your powder dry.

    cruisingbull (e8583c)

  148. [...] by KingShamus on August 15, 2009 Patterico has been johnny-on-the-spot with this [...]

    More Plants: Roxana Mayer, Maria Isabel & the Sheila Jackson Lee town hall/greenhouse « Blog de KingShamus (05b5a7)

  149. It’s good to see that y’all have adopted the traditional underdog role of calling the opposition Nazis.

    Leviticus (f565c1)

  150. Should the idea that the Obamanites would would arrange the appearance of a fake doctor at a townhall meeting surprise anyone – Obama himself is a fake president,and he showed up at the same townhall meeting – but then birds of a feather flock together. Just my opinion.

    Beaudreaux (2689e0)

  151. What if someone at the meeting had suddenly fallen victim to a heart attack? Would this fine American woman have gone to the aid of the victim? Is it not CRIMINAL to falsely claim to be a physician?

    Dan (211e5e)

  152. [...] Roxana Mayer Invited to Town Hall by Obama Organizer Who Sported Che Guevara Poster at Obama Campaig… [...]

    » Daily Links - 08/15/09 NoisyRoom.net: Where liberty dwells, there is my country… (eb3c70)

  153. Leviticus, if its good enough for Democrats, its good enough for us… isn’t it?

    SPQR (26be8b)

  154. Leviticus, if your comment was directed toward my comment, a small correction… If you read the comment closely, you might notice that I DID NOT call anyone Nazis.

    What I said was that there were parallels in the behavior of the Brownshirts (Nazis, admittedly) and the SEIU thugs beating up the vendor, and the Acorn people bussing in people from Philadelphia to a Town Hall in a Conservative district.

    The second is perfectly legal, but also proof that the Union Label has on its reverse side the motto, “Obama Is God.” The first… well, Conservatives have more guns, and the SEIU should consider that before they try more of their “bully-boy” tactics.

    I could have drawn parallels to Hoffa’s Teamsters, or the French Communists, or Il Duce’s Blackshirts; any group that tries, through violence, intimidation, lies, and ridicule, to silence free speech and freedom of assembly. Those organizations that do are tools and puppets of their power-mad masters, and know not what they do. Perhaps you should read Saul Alinsky’s Rule #13 as an example of the support your Democrats are accepting with open arms. It says “identify, isolate, freeze and escalate.” Excellent way to achieve cooperation and domestic tranquillity, don’t you think?

    I consider myself an Independent; as such, all I want from government is for it to provide a level playing field. I DO NOT want it as one of the players; there is enough governmental regulation, implemented by bureaucrats, don’t you think?

    I also am extremely exasperated by our Congressional representatives slip-sliding away from accountability (e.g., Frank, Dodd, Rangel, et al.), and spending OUR money on their favorite boondoggles and ear-marks. [That includes both the donkeys (please notice, I didn't say jackasses) and the elephants.]

    Sir, if you are satisfied with the currently proposed programs and the cost of the aforesaid programs, in this economy, then I don’t know what to say to you.

    P.S. SPQR, thanks for your comment. It was right on point. And I appreciate your moniker.

    Take care, all, and once again, keep your powder dry.

    cruisingbull (e8583c)

  155. Leviticus, if its good enough for Democrats, its good enough for us… isn’t it?

    Frankly, no. It isn’t.

    Even if there are many, many possible, potential, and near abuses of federal power occurring, we should be able to debate the individual actions without calling anyone a Nazi.

    However, the second someone from the Federal Government (or some group organized on the president’s behalf) knocks on my door because I have appeared on a list of dissenters, I’ll gladly use the term “fascist”, as it would closely mirror Italy and the Brownshirts.

    Scott Jacobs (d027b8)

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  158. In some cases, using Godwin to preclude any attempt to illustrate parallels is a false Godwin, or, Niwdog’s Law – falsely claiming Godwin’s Law when an actual parallel is true.

    steve miller (c5e78c)

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    THE GREAT SATAN (3311b4)

  161. THE WORD “NAZI” IS BASED ON THE FIRST TWO SYLLABLES OF THE GERMAN WORD NATIONALSOZIALIST… the letters ti are pronounced with a z effect. the word applied ot Obama’s policy anhd ideology is appropriate.

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