Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Amazed at the number of Obama supporters in our country...

I just can not understand how people think that Barack Hussein Obama is the best choice to run our country. I am a bit surprised that so many agree with his thinking. * It's OK for a 15 year old girl to go have an abortion without her parents knowing b/c she is so wise at the age of 15 to decide what is going to be best for her? *It's humane to pull a baby partially from it's mother's body, shove a pair of scissors in it's head to killing the baby. *It's OK to allow illegal immigrants to stay in our country, in fact he wants to give them rights even though they are not here legally. For all we know, they could be criminals in their homeland & came here to escape being caught down there. *He surrounds himself with people that are ugly and full of hate for religious groups or people who's lifestyle is different from their own (Jewish and Gay are the two I am speaking of). He seems to be a sneaky, up to no good liar if you ask me. After 20 years of attending the same church how could you not have any idea what the minister stands for? Seriously? How could anyone believe that? But yet they do...

I have NEVER been more passionate about an election before, nor have I ever paid attention like I have this year. I think he has truly pulled the wool over the eyes of many Americans. How is it that he can be prejudice and it's OK? It is unacceptable no matter which way the racial slurs are being thrown in my opinion.

Obama writes, "there were no cigar chomping crackers like Beau Connor (ph) out there."This is a confirmed quote out of Barack Hussein Obama's book. Why would we want a president that calls white people "crackers" anymore than we would want a white president that calls black people n$#&%@s? It's wrong either way it goes!

"The point I was making was not that my grandmother harbors any racial animosity. She doesn't. But she is a typical white person who, if she sees somebody on the street that she doesn't know, there's a reaction that's been bred into our experiences that don't go away, and that sometimes come out in the wrong way, and that's just the nature of race in our society." What does he mean by "typical white person"? We are not all the same, just as all Asian people or all African American's are not all the same.

Imagine if Mitt Romney’s church proclaimed on its website that it is “unashamedly white.”
The media would pounce, and Romney’s presidential candidacy would be over. Yet that is exactly what Barack Obama’s church says on its web site — except in reverse.
“We are a congregation which is unashamedly black and unapologetically Christian,” says the Trinity United Church of Christ’s website in Chicago. “We are an African people and remain true to our native land, the mother continent, the cradle of civilization.”

It's great to see that this man can do or say whatever he wants & for some reason people still follow and adore him. Will be a shame to see what may happen to our country if he wins. Especially with having such good friends as Rev. Sharp, Bill Ayres and Rashid Khalidi.

I pray that this man is not voted into office next Tuesday. McCain may not the best one for the job either, I'm not saying he's perfect by any means but he is definately the lesser of two evils! At least he loves this great country, is proud to be an American and has fought to defend it. That to me shows he has our best interest at heart.

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