Wednesday, August 6, 2008

The Tarnished Messiah Who Would Rule Over Us

Stained Glass Window
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Or this?

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Is Obama still the hope of the world (if not America)?

"Obama is an overly ambitious, arrogant, supremely overconfident politician with something of a god complex, a royal sense of entitlement that would put Henry VIII to shame, and an anti-democratic belief in his own inevitability (and perhaps invincibility)."
--Rick Moran at "Right Wing Nuthouse"

The Obama woman has assumed that she will be reigning in the White House (will it be renamed so as not to smack of racism?) as she spouted in an interview for Ebony magazine, where she appears on the cover, along on those of various other magazines. She will pattern herself after Jaqueline Kennedy, as the Obama man keeps comparing himself to John F Kennedy (JFK). When JFK ran for the presidency, he had not only served in defense of this country, he had served in the U.S. Senate* longer than BHO (Barak Hussein Obama). As for the Obama couple's fervent wish to create another Camelot, the best advice for them is "Be careful what you wish for, you may yet get your wish."
--Leslie White, "Islamic Danger to Americans" (The blog that you are reading now)

In response to the Rick Moran article, quoted above, there are several pertinent comments.

Gayle Miller Said:
Any candidate who implicitly and explicitly calls for a national police force (as Obama did within the past 7 days) is far too dangerous to be permitted to remain in the SENATE let alone the Oval Office!
Here’s the deal: McCain would be a 4 year problem who would at least maintain our national security. Obama could trigger the end of the Republic while putting in place a paramilitary gang of stormtroopers (word used deliberately) to “whip us into shape” as he sees it – whilst trampling merrily over the Constitution. I am NOT willing to risk that.

Kilroy Said:
2:23 pm
While everyone sits and debates Barack Hussein Obama he is out there sharpening his skills waiting to destroy America. Don’t believe me? Check out what I found yesterday

jambrowksi Said:
3:22 pm
i feel your frustration almost to the T.
thing is, with this obamessiah, i am no longer just like, “dude i don’t like your politics”, i am morally creeped out by him, something really, really repulses me from him, and his followers to the tune of your tale above. is this going a bit beyond charisma and JFK crap? who does he really think he is? is it just because i am conservative that i don’t like him, and my liberal shades are on. he really seems to be swooing the crowds, why not me? can Americans really be this blind, to his charades, stance changes, position changes, history re-writing, media love (the most blatant disgusting thing i have ever seen), narcotic taking, and lack of any real achievements?...
WTF (sorry if you are from north carolina) is going on… and seriously how can McCain still be within 4-5 points of him…

18Gayle Miller Said:
4:18 pm
Republicans have not failed; leftwing kooks have proclaimed over and over again that we have failed when in fact, the SURGE has worked, Saddam DID have yellowcake (which is now safely lodged in Canada), Barack Hussein Obama is a worthless sack of excrement and unfit to be a Senator much less a president (wasn’t one stone liar – Clinton – destructive enough to this country).

McCain is no prize but at least he won’t destroy this nation. From the perspective of my advanced age and extensive knowledge of history, Obama easily could! Hence I will vote for McCain in November and pray to a God that liberals don’t want to believe exists (would put a crimp in their hedonistic lifestyles) that there are enough people uninfected by the cult-of-Obama that do likewise or surely, we are doomed as a Republic.


"In past campaigns, there have been extremely artful pivots to the center among candidates of both parties. Obama’s turn to the right was an unmitigated disaster. Placing himself above other politicians meant that Obama – to maintain his “authenticity” – needed to stick to his leftist principles and positions in order not to ruin his brand.

"Alas, Obama could never come close to winning running on the same platform he ran on in the primaries. McGovern tried it and got slaughtered. Hence, the wild lurch to the center that confused even his most rabid acolytes, angered the left, and put off the great center of American politics who recent polls have shown moving toward McCain."
--Rick Moran

John McCain is a complete and well-formed man. Barack Obama is completing himself. As he moves to fit what he perceives to be a right-of-center country, he distances himself from the simple and authentic passion of a young candidate who once pledged “Change We Can Believe In.”
--GOP heavyweight politico Alex Castellanos
*John F. Kennedy, a Democrat, served three terms (six years) in the House of Representatives, and in 1952 he was elected to the U.S. Senate. [He was 36 years of age at the time of his election to the U.S. Senate]
In 1956 he was almost picked to run for Vice President. . . . On July 13, 1960 the Democratic party nominated him as its candidate for President. [At the time of his nomination, JFK had served six years in the House and eight years in the Senate.]
Biography of John F. Kennedy

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