Obama's past, associations don't comply with democracy
“All men having power ought to be distrusted,” according to James Madison, who was known as the “Father of the United States Constitution.”
He was the fourth president of the United States and served during the War of 1812. I can’t prove this, but I’ll bet Madison would agree with me that it is foolhardy to put someone in a position of power, such as president of the U.S., that we know nothing about! Blame in large amounts fall on the traditional media, both broadcast and print. Never before have we elected a chief executive that we know nothing about.
Let’s not forget the ridiculous strategy of the GOP leadership. They thought it would be a mistake to talk about Mr. Obama’s past, including his past and present associations. Did not Mom and Dad always say “Birds of a feather, flock together”?
Obama’s mother divorced his father and she married another Marxist. His mentors as a child were communists. He has spent his entire life surrounded by communists. Having trouble thinking of some names? Ever hear of Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, also known as the “unrepentant terrorist”? Professor Ayers and his wife, also a professor, have been working for the overthrow of the government of the U.S. since the 1960s. Dohrn and Bill Ayers founded the far left “Weather Underground.” This organization was committed to the violent overthrow of the U.S. government.
One bombing resulted in murder charges against Ms. Dohrn. She also spent several years on the FBIs Most Wanted list. Among her other accomplishments, Ms. Dohrn was/is an officer of the “Students for a Democratic Society.” The name obviously is to confuse you into believing this isn’t a communist organization. Once asked if she was a leftist, Bernadine Dohrn replied, “I am a revolutionary communist.”
Why bother to speak of these two?
They happen to be best friends with Barack Hussein Obama. Mr. Obama announced his intention to run for office from the Ayers/Dohrn home!! More recently Ayers is helping to keep the “occupy” movement well organized and funded with money from George Soros, a billionaire “monetary terrorist” who also happens to own a lot of our information sources in the U.S. His money goes to ACORN, MoveOn.org, Modern Matters and many others. Mr. Soros is also a big supporter of B. Obama, having contributed millions of dollars to his campaign.
In spite of his radical associations, the traditional media calls Mr, Obama a “middle of the road” Democrat. He has most recently been referred to as a “European socialist,” Rush Limbaugh and others are finally openly referring to the president as a Marxist!! Those who did not grow up in post-World War II America might ask “What is wrong with a Marxist/communist?”
Hayward S. Bellah,
Obama's past, associations don't comply with democracy
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