Putting Obama’s Radicalism on the Ballot

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There’s been a heap of criticism placed upon President Barack Obama’s domestic policies that have promoted government intrusion and prolonged our fiscal crisis and his foreign policies that have emboldened our enemies. Any criticism of Obama pales in comparison with what might be said about the American people who voted him in to the nation’s highest office.

Obama’s presidency represents the first time in our history that a person could have been elected to that office who had long-standing close associations with people who hate our nation. I’m speaking of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s pastor for 20 years, who preached that blacks should sing not “God Bless America,” but “God damn America.” Then there’s William Ayers, now professor of education at the University of Illinois at Chicago but formerly a member of the Weather Underground, an anti-U.S. group that bombed the Pentagon, U.S. Capitol and other government buildings. Although Ayers was never convicted of any crime, he told a New York Times reporter, in the wake of the September 2001 terrorist attack, “I don’t regret setting bombs. … I feel we didn’t do enough.” Obama has served on a foundation board, appeared on panels, and even held campaign events in Ayers’ home, joined by Ayers’ former-fugitive wife, Bernardine Dohrn. Bill Ayers’ close association with Obama is reflected by his admission that he helped write Obama’s memoirs, “Dreams from My Father.”

Many Americans thought that with Obama’s presidency, we were moving to a “post-racial society.” Little can be further from the truth. Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, in a National Review (1/18/2012) article titled “Obama’s Racial Politics,” says that Obama’s message about race and his charges of racial bigotry are “usually coded and subtle.” Criticizing Republicans, before a Mexican-American audience, Obama said that he ran for office because “America should be a place where you can always make it if you try — a place where every child, no matter what they look like (or) where they come from, should have a chance to succeed.” If you don’t get it, “no matter what they look like” is code for nonwhite.

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  • Steve Chavez

    He needs the young vote again so the Democrats and Obama are pulling out the "Tuition and Loan Card." Four years ago, it was "free tuition for all" and gullible and naive students believed it. Our Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) had a headline news story in the university paper outlining the plan. (Remember Hillary's "$5000 per newborn child" as only the stupid people would have children to collect since raising that child would cost tens of thousands.) Now that the free tuition plan was another LIE TO GET VOTES, IT'S THE PAYMENT ON LOANS AND TUITION "THAT ARE TOO DA-MN HIGH" AND EVEN THE "FORGIVING OF LOANS."


    ALL THESE PEOPLE/JUNKIES ARE NOW ADDICTED to heroin and in order to get their fix, they have to vote for Democrats and they will!

  • Whit

    The bigger the government the smaller the citizen.

  • Brujo Blanco

    It is likely that if Obama is re elected he will attempt to insert government into every facet of out lives possible. If one has to depend on government for everything government will control everything.

  • umustbkidding

    The race card. Well they always have the black and hispanic vote. So using race card is meant to make sure those voters come out. Nothing new there.

    Well I say that it will do the same for the rest of us. We are all sick of being victims of slander. We are sick of Democrats getting their wishes due to lies. I say that it is going to start bring out people that aren't black and hispanic due to frustration, people that don't usually vote or the fearsome independents. Enough is enough.

  • Michael S

    Blacks will vote for a black regardless of his worthiness. Just like Jews will vote Democrat even if the candidate is anti-Israel and pro-Muslim. Something is awry with the current situation: people are being laid off and our government says everything is fine. Pipelines are cancelled or vetoed and we are told that we need energy independence. Solar manufacturers steal 500 million dollars and our president smiles on. He is protected by the color of his skin as too many are scared to call him out for his failed presidency. It's almost like the scene in Blazing Saddles when Cleavon Little is surrounded by the white townsfolk pointing loaded shotguns at him. He takes out his revolver, points it at his head and says "put your weapons down or I'll shoot the (insert N word)". Confused, they put their guns away. If Obama were a white man he'd be put down for being a lousy president but since he is black any slight is seen as racist. I guess equal rights is a fantasy; whites have fallen behind!

  • Ghostwriter

    Somehow,I doubt this is what Martin Luther King had in mind.

  • cedarhill

    Actually, what I'd like to see is that each American voter looks exactly like their photo ID.

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