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Thursday, October 30, 2008

The Truth about Obama

I think it is imperative for every sane thinking person to read the Human Events paper, The Truth about Barack Obama: What Every Citizen Needs to Know.

Of course, the Obamaniacs will probably throw a hissy fit because of this paper. Be that as it may, this paper must be spread far and wide across the U.S. and even the world.
The Truth about Barack Obama must come out.

Here are the first two paragraphs:

"Barack Obama's quest for the presidency is remarkable in many ways, not least of which is the utter lack of close scrutiny by the dominant liberal media of Obama's history. What little we know of it is a history that belies nearly everything those who see him as their political messiah believe to be true: that he is a reformer, an agent of 'change,' a 'new style' of 'post-partisan' politician, that his relationships with (to put it mildly) unsavory characters like Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers are irrelevant outliers, and that Obama is a moderate who works well with Republicans and Democrats alike to get important things done.

"In his new book, The Case Against Barack Obama, (published by Regnery and available at Amazon.com) political reporter David Freddoso lays out in great detail (averaging 65 footnotes per chapter) the many substantial flaws in Obama, showing him to be anything but a new sort of politician and anything but a force for positive change or real change of any kind, other than change to benefit Obama and advance the liberal agenda. Obama is, as Fred Thompson said, George McGovern without the credentials."

Read it here!

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