As much as I like McCain, his Military record of service and his dedication to this country; he is still a flip flopper. Obama … well, as much as I admire his charisma and charm; he is also a flip flopper.
Does anyone else find it painfully ironic that John Kerry — a man who the American people found, via the electoral system, unfit to lead — is engaging in pointless commentary, while waging baseless claims against Sen. John McCain?
“Hope.” “Change.” “A new kind of politics.” Barack Obama’s promise to implement these ideals has led him top of the Democratic pack, as millions of Americans have contributed to his highly successful campaign. And who can blame Americans for jumping on board? On the surface, a platform that promises the invoke hope and change is surely enticing — especially after eight years of political and social turbulence. But, what do “hope” and “change” actually mean? If actions count for anything, Obama’s promise to ignite a “new kind of politics” is laughable at best. So, why are the American people missing all of the cues?
I am clearly not taxed enough. I realize that there are some people in our society that just can’t help themselves; and it’s my responsibility and duty to take care of these people. I don’t give to charity – so forced redistribution of wealth works much better for me.
Sending some love to the Urban Grind (no relation to the Urban Conservative) for making me aware of this video. It’s about 13 minutes long, and a little outdated but it really pieces together Barrack Obama’s true nature.
- Obama says “NO” to Dream Team but what about McCain and Condi?
- Video: Obama on National Security and Defense Spending, or lack thereof
- Obama wins a very favorable Hollywood celebrity endorsement: Barbara Streisand
- Barrack Obama on Abortion, Capital Punishment, Healthcare and Gun Control
- Barack Obama Endorses Communist Punk Che Guevara
Mark my words, friends. If Obama gets elected as President, we are pretty much screwed on all ends. It’s no wonder why terrorist organizations across the Middle East are pulling for him. I am surprised that this video hasn’t received any media coverage at all; and I am wondering why my conservative brethren in the blogosphere haven’t picked up on this. In a nutshell, Obama says and I quote:
- I will not develop new nuclear weapons
- I will cut investments in missile defense systems
- I will slow our development of future combat systems
Democratic candidates for the U.S. presidency are consistently supported by terrorists and renegades, yet many Americans fail to question these allegiances and their potential ramifications. Barack Obama — the man who is known for his incessant and rampant use of the word “hope” — is the latest candidate to score terrorist support.
Traditionally, the presidential election is a time to select a candidate, to vote for someone. The 2008 election will prove to be a different sort of election, however: one wherein a conservative’s focus might not necessarily be who to vote for, but who to vote against. Barack Obama is a dangerous political opponent for John McCain. This isn’t necessarily because he poses a strong threat as a candidate, but because his following’s loyalty borders on fanatic obsession. John McCain might not be your ideal Republican candidate, but he deserves your vote precisely for who he isn’t: Barack Obama. What follows are the five reasons I’m voting for John McCain and against Barack Obama.
If Barack Obama is defined by the company he keeps, he’s a racist, anti-American extremist. From Jeremiah Wright to William Ayers to Bernadine Dohrn, just enough of Obama’s skeletons have come out of the closet and endorsed him to cast a cloud of danger over his electability as the president of the United States. Indeed, much of Obama’s primary campaign has been fraught with various allies from Obama’s past and present dancing into the media spotlight. Then, after a fair amount of unsavory press, Obama apologizes for and separates himself from the same friends he aligned himself with mere months earlier. We need only consider Obama’s remarks about Reverend Jeremiah Wright as his mentor, then the exposure of Trinity United Church and Obama’s subsequent denouncement of Wright’s anti-American speech to recall the pattern. Known terrorists, both domestic and international, endorse Barack as their man. Young Palestinian men lobby on his behalf in earnest. They do this because Obama in office serves their own interests. Read the rest of this entry »
… but what if it was Bush who said it? Wouldn’t the media and the late night talk shows crucify him for it? What if it was McCain? Wouldn’t the media blame his old age for inaccurate statements? So, tell me why Obama gets a free pass for this? I am not going to fault the guy for misspeaking. He’s been on the campaign trail for over a year; and these candidates work up to 20 hours a day. He’s fatigued, tired and obviously doesn’t get enough sleep! This is a clear example of liberal media bias, period.