Oh well, his photo stream, his right to delete comments he doesn't like.
The image in question, a picture of far left extremist democrat Barak Obama in full cult of personality Che mode.
I didn't bring that aspect up though, I just pointed out that he was clinging to his religion because he was bitter. After the person who posted it soapboxed about his running a campaign without the big money corruption the way "Republicans" and the Clintons did it, I pointed out that he made the 'bitter people clinging to guns and religion' comment at a fat cat fundraiser in San Francisco and was preaching to the choir in order to rack in the big bucks.
That is what probably annoyed him enough to delete my comments.
Oh, he just didn't delete my comments, he went as far as to block me, to keep me from making any more comments that didn't fit his far left liberal world view.
I guess it really is true that there is nothing more close minded and intolerant than a so-called "tolerant and open minded liberal."
He probably doesn't want to know about Michelle Malkin pointing out that Obama is taking money from the fat cat, big industry donors as well. It's so obvious that even the far left leaning NPR is reporting it.
Ace chimes in with this delicious tidbit,"[Obama] just took $125,000 from Jack Abramoff's old firm, too."
UPDATE: By way of Rob at SayAnything, Obama Takes $50,000 In Bundled Cash From Code Pink.
Code Pink, as you know, is a far left extremist group that protests against the United States Marine Corps and gives money to Islamofascist groups.
The co-founder of the radical anti-war group Code Pink has “bundled” more than $50,000 for Sen. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, and pro-troops groups are demanding that he return the money.
Jodie Evans, a Code Pink leader, gathered at least $50,000 from friends and associates and donated it to Obama’s presidential campaign, according to information compiled by the nonpartisan watchdog group, Public Citizen.
Evans and her son, a student who lives at her Southern California address, each also gave the maximum individual allowable donation of $2,300 to Obama’s campaign.
The donations have raised questions about Obama’s association with the more radical elements of his base. Code Pink has harassed, vandalized and impeded military recruiters across the United States in a campaign it calls “counter-recruitment.” The group also gave $600,000 to the families of Iraqi terrorists in Fallujah, whom it called “insurgents” fighting for their homes.
Not what you expect from someone who is supposed "to loosen the stranglehold big business and other special interests have over our government."