Every four years the United States has a presidential election. Each election cycle generally presents a unique reason, or reasons, for the public to vote for one candidate or another. It may be a one issue vote, such as taxes, the economy, health care, national security, or ideology. This coming presidential election is categorically different. The American people have been presented with two choices for president. One being a semi-conservative, and quasi-Republican John McCain, and the other being a consummate Socialist, Marxist– terms of endearment vis-a-vis Obama’s categorical definition: Democratic anarchist.
Barack Obama has the acumen and the pugnacious drive to become America’s Hugo Chavez. Please, don’t get the wrong impression from the title of this Leninist discourse, Barack Obama is Even Hypocritical as a Socialist, since this is as endearing a communistic apologetic as I can produce. I am just disappointed in my pal, Barack, for straying from our Marxist beliefs before he wins the election, by a landslide, no less, and can implement our (us on the left) agenda. Don’t think I am being facetious, because I really do luv me some Socialism.
ACORN has a fundamental problem–not its government supported criminal enterprise, but a much deeper problem at its core. And so does any other activist group of the same ilk. ACORN’s base defect is not the criminal, ethical issues that have been highlighted in the media this election cycle; those are the by-products of inherently corrupt radical organizations.
“Your new tax plan is going to tax me more, isn’t it?” the plumber asked, complaining that he was being taxed “more and more for fulfilling the American dream.”
“It’s not that I want to punish your success. I just want to make sure that everybody who is behind you, that they’ve got a chance for success too. My attitude is that if the economy’s good for folks from the bottom up, it’s gonna be good for everybody … I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.”
This is just Obama speaking without a teleprompter during an exchange with a soon to be over-taxed American worker if Obama wins the election. For the record, this is not a fat-cat Wall Street investment banker, an oil baron, or any other rich type, he is a plumber. A skilled laborer who just so happens to make more money than some people, who more than likely falls into the 55% category of American adults that pay taxes, but will make less if Obama is elected, and support the 45% of Americans that don’t pay taxes–now that is a promise Obama will keep.
For those of you who think Cynthia McKinney is moon bat crazy, think again. McKinney claimed on October 6th, that the Department of Defense executed 5000 people during Hurricane Katrina. There is some truth to the caper, but with a macabre twist.
Casting a vote for Obama is not as simple as just voting him into office. You are voting into office all the radical, Un-American supporters behind him, with him, and around him, who only fifty years or so ago would be in prison for their actions. You are voting for a broken Democrat Congress. To vote for Obama simply because you don’t like McCain, is not a vote for one candidate or the other. A vote for Obama because the thought of Palin being a heartbeat away from the Presidency will only get you the ensuing list.
What is the difference between the two most prominent community organizer groups, ACORN and La Raza–and the Mafia? There are four primary differences: The Mafia does not get millions of tax payer dollars per year for operating expenses to wreak havoc; the Mafia snuffs out people, while ACORN and La Raza snuff out America’s financial systems and voting systems; the Mafia does not have a “Made Man” running for President of the United States; and the Mafia is less dangerous to the American way of life than ACORN and La Raza.
The Joe Biden and Sarah Palin debate, when completed, presented a mathematical anomaly–there were two debaters, yet innumerable losers.
This is one of the more comprehensive explanations of the sub-prime mortgage crisis in video format. The only thing it is lacking is an in depth explanation of community organizer’s involvement in the bad mortgage regulation, such as ACORN.