Liberal Prostitutes For Sale (Cheap)

I told you about Ellie Light earlier. More info about Ellie Light: The latest count is at least 62 publications in 29 states and the District of Columbia; national publications and a Yahoo link; and 2 foreign publications. For an extremely wealthy woman (she lives in homes all across the country, and in places the uber-wealthy do not live) to send email from Saudi Arabia (212.24.236.50) to Ed Morissey defending her uber-rich self is, well, rich. Everyone who believes she is a real person who lives everywhere, say “aye.” Those who say Ellie Light is a leftist, pro-Obama astroturfer (or group of astroturfers), say “nay.”

In the opinion of the Chair, the Nays have it.

But wait, there’s more!

Mark Spivey doesn’t appear to be quite as wealthy as Ellie Light. He appears in fewer newspapers with fewer addresses, but with the same pro-Obama letters. But you cannot deny his prodigious letter-writing campaign from his various homes.

Or he’s another astroturf pro-Obama name.

Don’t buy just yet! We have even more to make this deal even sweeter!

Gloria Elle and Jan Chen wrote identical pro-Obama, anti-Republican articles while on opposite sides of the country.

But that’s not all!

Jen Park and Lars Deerman wrote identical, word-for-word pro-Obama articles in diferent news outlets.

Not only that but you get them all interconnected by their various different letters being published at the same time in different news outlets!

How much would you pay for this astroturf? You don’t have to water it! Unlike grass, which needs watering for its roots to spread and create more grass, this astroturf is very low maintenance! And since it is fake grass, it won’t fade, guaranteed!

([Cass] Sunstein advocates that the Government’s stealth infiltration should be accomplished by sending covert agents into “chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups.” He also proposes that the Government make secret payments to so-called “independent” credible voices to bolster the Government’s messaging (on the ground that those who don’t believe government sources will be more inclined to listen to those who appear independent while secretly acting on behalf of the Government).)

Those of you who thought Glenn Beck was wrong about Cass Sunstein, are you ready to change your minds yet? Those of you who want to blast Conservatives, are you yet ready to admit there is an agenda of corruption and lies in the Obama/liberal/socialist/Marxist crowd in the US?
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Cross Posted on Truth Before Dishonor

7 Comments

  1. (rifles through wallet) Ten bucks. I’m kinda blog-blocked right now, but I’m also short on cash. Think that’ll buy me a few sentences at least?

    This is one of those rare conspiracy theories that actually turns out right (and explains why I doubt most other conspiracy theories – most “conspiracies” are made up of idiots like Sunstein that spill the beans). Of course, before I let y’all get too high up on that moral horse, I’ll just say this: Armstrong Williams.

  2. Reminds me of a conversation I had with a former employee of Pravda, who under the Soviet regime, used to do the same thing: write fake letters to the editor to push and pretend public support for the party line.

    Looks like Sunstein, and probably certain members of our collaborationist press as well, are tuned in to her moral wavelength.

  3. Umm, wow. I just got done checking Patterico’s Pontifications. First, all the “astroturf” articles lost all the comments. Then, the link broke altogether. An attack or a coincidence?

  4. “Ellie Light revealed: I’m Barbara Brooks, a nurse, says Pro-Obama letter writer”

    “WASHINGTON — Ellie Light, the ubiquitous letter writer arousing blogosphere suspicions that she is a White House operative spreading the gospel of Barack Obama, is actually a registered nurse. She lives in a California community near Bakersfield.

    And her real name is Barbara Brooks. Or so she told The Plain Dealer today after a series of phone interviews, e-mails and records checks involving Brooks/Light, a family member, licensing records and property information. …

    News of Light’s tactics left multiple newspapers embarrassed, with some apologizing to their readers. But it also triggered suspicions in the blogosphere that Ellie Light might not even be real, and that the letter-writing campaign was a duplicitous spin strategy from the Obama White House or the Democratic Party. …

    She works as a nurse, traveling to assignments throughout the country for lengthy stints. Her travels have made it easy for her to pick addresses to use when sending letters to editors of newspapers, many of whom believed falsely that she lived in their circulation areas. …

    She focused mostly on smaller papers, she said … “That was by design,” she said …

    A proud Democrat, she said that “I want to deliberately talk to the enemy” …

    …she expressed a mix of amusement and aggravation at the claims she’s heard since news of her story — or what was known of it — went viral, thanks largely to Drudge Report and other Web sites and then Fox News. She sees little logic in the claims that senior White House advisor David Axelrod is the wizard behind the letters.”

    Maybe the other letter writers will now turn up. Or not …

  5. And now (before I go home for the day) from AOL.

    To paraphrase a leftist nutcase Senator from his diaper wearing days: More Lies and the Lying Leftist Liars who tell them

    Jan. 27) — “Ellie Light,” who penned more than 60 pro-Obama letters to newspapers across the country from fake addresses, is a man.

    In an e-mail to The Cleveland Plain Dealer late Tuesday, the mysterious Obama supporter identified himself as Winston Steward, a 51-year-old health care worker from Frazier Park, Calif., which the newspaper says it has verified. The Plain Dealer was the first media outlet to notice “Ellie Light’s” suspicious letter-writing campaign. …

    On a Philadelphia radio show Tuesday morning, the letter writer appeared to come clean. “I’m only me,” the letter writer said, claiming to be a nurse from California by the name of “Ellie Light.” The gravelly voice could easily have been that of a woman or a man. Later in the day, another development seemed to close the case. The Plain Dealer reported that “Ellie Light” was actually Barbara Brooks, a registered nurse from Bakersfield, Calif.

    But according to The Plain Dealer, both these people were actually Steward, who used the pseudonym “Ellie Light” to publish his many letters, and the name Barbara Brooks to create yet more confusion. …

    Steward denied that he was working for a political organization and said he was simply interested in bolstering support for the president….”

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