Daily Archives: October 27, 2008

Obama 2001 Racially Motivated Redistribution Philosophy On Radio

Obama Bombshell Redistribution of Wealth Audio Uncovered

October 26, 2008


Barack Obama sure has had an uncanny lucidity in his comments lately.  First he has revealed his true mantra of spreading the wealth.  Ask any Socialist and they will tell you that is a core belief.

Now we have Obama caught spewing forth his racially motivated spreading the wealth mantra on a 2001 Chicago Public Radio Interview at WBEZ.FM 91.5.  It has to do with courts and Civil Rights.  Not courts and anyone.  Any American.  Anybody.  Civil rights.

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Wright, Ayers, Obama Mixed In With Money And Ideologies

“Reverend Jeremiah Wright.  Trinity United Church of Christ.”
Image courtesy of http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/03/13/the-wright-controversy/.

Stanly Kurtz at the National Review has revealed more about Senator Barack Obama and his mentors and associates, for our enlightenment.

In Happy October…Surprise!, Kurtz summarizes the main article as follows.

…from his position as board chair at the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, Barack Obama was funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars to education programs built around the same extremist anti-American ideology preached by Jeremiah Wright. As I argue in today’s piece, this puts the Wright issue back in play in this campaign.

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Pfleger Sensationalism At Trinity

Senator Barack Obama’s Catholic Priest good friend, Reverend Michael Pfleger, mocked Senator Hillary Clinton during a church service at his former church of twenty years, Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago.

When was the last time a guest, a man of the cloth, sarcastically and dramatically mocked a public figure in your church?  And the main pastor was thankful for the message and thanked the messenger afterwards?

Rev Michael Pfleger, Hillary thinks “I’m white I’m entitled”


Temptation Of The Willing

“Picking the apple from the tree.”
Image courtesy of http://www.azparks.gov/parks/slro/gallery_09.html.

The Obama Temptation by Mark Levin at National Review highlights the most important issues, fallacies, misrepresentations, characterizations, blind appeal, and plain illogical rationale for those who support Senator Barack Obama, in his vastly ambitious quest for the presidency of the United States.  The inexperienced man who was completely and utterly dissatisfied and ineffectual with bringing about change from within the system, and whose quest to bring his own cloaked style of Socialistic fundamental change to America, has been met with blind acceptance of far too many who readily succumb to the Kool-Aid mesmerizing spell.  Willing complicit victims they are.  The following quote is just a segment of an entirely awesome read.

But beyond the elites and the media, my greatest concern is whether this election will show a majority of the voters susceptible to the appeal of a charismatic demagogue. This may seem a harsh term to some, and no doubt will to Obama supporters, but it is a perfectly appropriate characterization. Obama’s entire campaign is built on class warfare and human envy. The “change” he peddles is not new. We’ve seen it before. It is change that diminishes individual liberty for the soft authoritarianism of socialism. It is a populist appeal that disguises government mandated wealth redistribution as tax cuts for the middle class, falsely blames capitalism for the social policies and government corruption (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) that led to the current turmoil in our financial markets, fuels contempt for commerce and trade by stigmatizing those who run successful small and large businesses, and exploits human imperfection as a justification for a massive expansion of centralized government. Obama’s appeal to the middle class is an appeal to the “the proletariat,” as an infamous philosopher once described it, about which a mythology has been created. Rather than pursue the American Dream, he insists that the American Dream has arbitrary limits, limits Obama would set for the rest of us – today it’s $250,000 for businesses and even less for individuals. If the individual dares to succeed beyond the limits set by Obama, he is punished for he’s now officially “rich.” The value of his physical and intellectual labor must be confiscated in greater amounts for the good of the proletariat (the middle class). And so it is that the middle class, the birth-child of capitalism, is both celebrated and enslaved – for its own good and the greater good. The “hope” Obama represents, therefore, is not hope at all. It is the misery of his utopianism imposed on the individual.

Hyponosis of the willing?  Think carefully before falling for the Obama brand of politics.

Image courtesy of http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/barackobama/ig/Barack-Obama-Pictures/Hopenosis.-32e.htm.


Mark My Words, An International Crisis

On October 19, 2008, Senator Joe Biden as the Vice Presidential nominee, was speaking with assurances not heard in this country on this level ever before.  He was talking about an international crisis the President presumed Barack Obama and America would be faced with within 6 months of taking office.  And America needed to support the President who would be tested by this crisis.

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