Friday, March 14, 2008

Can We Trust Obama?

Shall we take this moment to take stock of the evidence that Barack Hussein Obama is, in some fashion, fundamentally anti-American and therefore a threat to the people of the Western world?

Let's briefly review what we know about Barack Hussein Obama.

1) He was raised by a mother who was described by her own friends as a "fellow traveller" and who expatriated herself and would later, when asked by her husband to go to business functions in Indonesia where Americans would be President, angrily denied that they were "her people."

2) Frank Marshall Davis, who Obama describes as a mentor in his autobiography was a member of the Communist Party.

3) Obama refuses to wear a flag pin because, he claims, true patriotism consists of opposing the Iraq War. The colliery to this, of course, is that Obama must therefore believe that people who support the war are not "true patriots" a position which is, to say the least, odd.

4) One of Obama's friends is William Ayers, a man who unsuccessfully attempted to blow up an Army dance and, when asked about this terrorist activities after September 11th, said, "I don't regret setting bombs; I feel we didn't do enough."

5) His wife infamously recently claimed that the fact that her husband was doing well in the Presidential election made her feel proud of America for the first time in her adult life.

6) He belongs to a radical Church whose Pastor - a man who he is close to and who provided the title of his second book - says that we should sing "God Damn America" instead of "God Bless America" and says that American got what it deserved on September 11th.

All of this, I should add, is leaving aside the Moslem issue, his connections with radical Palestinians, and so forth. I'm not even getting into the Islamic doctrine of al-Taqiyya, which permits the faithful to conceal their true faith from infidels. I am simply offering facts here, not suppositions.

What do we know, then, about Barack Hussein Obama?

We know that he's the child of a mother with radical and seeming anti-American views. He was mentored by a communist and claims that "true patriotism" consists of trying to ensure that America loses wars. He likes to hang around with unrepentant terrorists. His wife has never been proud of American in her whole adult life. The man who married him, whose Church he has attended for two decades, and who baptized his children hates America.

Can we trust this man to defend our civilization? Should we?

2 Comments:

Blogger PALGOLAK said...

As always, I find Adam a fascinating read.

That someone obviously semi-literate is so unembarrassed about this failing is, IMHO, a testament to the strength of the human spirit.

In today's paean, for example, Adam wrote "The colliery to this..."

Hilarious! A "colliery" is a place where they mine coal.

It is possible that Adam meant "corollary", which certainly sounds similar.

I prefer Adam's "colliery", though, since mentioning a coal mine in the middle of the rant makes the whole thing much less boring (not to mention more confusing).

March 14, 2008 10:10 AM  
Blogger Casey said...

There's more to it than this, Adam. You've got the Chicago slumlords that funneled millions of U.S. federal taxdollars into a urban revitalization effort and pocketed it, while those that lived on his numerous properties continued to live in dilapidated housing. He's one of Obama's biggest contributors. In his old State Senate district, no less; yet, he feins ignorance.

Obama's campaign is also predicated on the fact that he's as honest as old Abe' Lincoln (something, if you examine his announcement speech, he's trying to subliminally link himself to). However, on NAFTA, and most likely on many other issues, it's been proven that behind the scenes, he's assuring people who's toes he'd potentially be stepping on that he's not really serious about implementing what he's talking about in his high-oratoratic campaign speeches.

With no legislative accomplishments to speak of, whatsoever, we simply cannot trust Barack Obama.

March 14, 2008 10:25 AM  

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