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September 25, 2008

More Proof of Obama’s Lies and Radicalism

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , , — tkweber @ 7:37 am

In an article for the Wall Street Journal, September 23, 2008, titled “Obama and Ayers Pushed Radicalism on Schools,” author Stanley Kurtz shows that Obama’s attempts to distance himself from radical leftist and unapologetic terrorist Bill Ayers are a sham (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122212856075765367.html).

Kurtz also shows that Obama endorses and promotes an extreme leftist agenda regarding public education, which he will, no doubt, seek to advance if (God forbid) he is elected as the next President of the United States of America.  Based on these facts and much more that is readily available, Barak Hussein Obama is completely unfit to serve in the U.S. Congress, let alone as President. 

I urge all Americans: Vote for John McCain for President!

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5 Comments »

  1. I urge all Americans to vote issues, and not parties. I urge Americans to educate themselves on the issues so that they are not just a monkey pulling a lever. I too urge Americans not to vote Obama based on this particular point as well as several other issues, but would not encourage them to vote McCain as he hasn’t really been a solution either.

    Vote for whomever best suits the majority of your views. I personally liked McCain 4+ years ago, but he has shown he is not a ‘maverick’ anymore and just a party hack, just like what we’ve been seeing over the last several election cycles. I couldn’t endorse him.

    Comment by loudelf — October 10, 2008 @ 9:37 am

  2. At this point, a vote for anyone other than McCain is a vote for Obama, so please vote McCain, even if you don’t like him. There is more at stake here than the economy or healthcare. Perhaps the most compelling reason to vote McCain is the fact that the next president will not only appoint 1 to 3 Supreme Court Justices, but also hundreds of other federal judges (for life). This will impact our nation for at least a generation to come. McCain will appoint judges who will uphold the Constitution as it is; Obama will appoint judges who have little or no respect for the Constitution (a ‘living document,’ in their view) and who will legislate from the bench. VOTE MCCAIN!

    Comment by Todd — October 25, 2008 @ 7:39 am

  3. A vote for anyone other than McCain, is a vote for anyone other than McCain. Only a vote FOR McCain or Obama is a vote for McCain or Obama. Seriously, ” vote McCain, even if you don’t like him”? Come on, why vote for anyone you don’t like. If you feel he’s not going to win because some people might vote third party, then he wasn’t a strong enough candidate on the issues as issues-based people didn’t agree with him.

    I won’t say vote against McCain, unless your issues differ. Then vote for whomever you feel reflects your vote. Don’t be a sheep.

    Comment by LOUDelf — October 26, 2008 @ 12:21 pm

  4. Sorry, loudelf, a vote for anyone other than McCain IS a vote for Obama. Your argument is sound in theory, but we don’t live in theory. In the real world, the fact of the matter is – whether we like it or not – that only McCain and Obama have any realistic chance of being elected. Yes, there are several other candidates on the ballot, but regardless of who they are or what they stand for, none of them will get enough votes to get anywhere close to the oval office; therefore, casting your vote for any of them only takes away from one of the top two. So, why waste your vote by voting for someone who has no chance of winning? It may make you feel good, but what will it do for our country? Don’t be a lame voter.

    Comment by Todd — October 30, 2008 @ 11:20 am

  5. If I vote for Baldwin, it is because I like his issues and approach. It is not because I want Obama to win. This is reality and practicality, not theory. Your theory is what Democrats and Republicans want you to think as for them, it’s easier to market against the other party, than it is to describe the issues, and get people to vote for the candidates based on them. It gets them a lot of sheep who buy into the very theory you describe.

    Comment by LOUDelf — October 30, 2008 @ 5:33 pm


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