Obama’s Vile Claims that Republicans, McCain Are Anti-black, Anti-women Justify ANY Counterattack

After John McCain announced that he supported ending the federal ban on offshore drilling and allowing states to make their own determination, Barack Obama said:

SEN. BARACK OBAMA (D), Illinois: This is yet another reversal by John McCain, in terms of his earlier positions. And I think we could set up an interesting debate between John McCain 2000 and John McCain 2008.

This was only one day before Barack Obama on June 19, 2008 announced his decision to go back on his earlier promise to support campaign reform by accepting – and publicly calling upon other candidates to accept – public financing.

Barack Obama has been all over the place on a whole host of isses: his all-over-the-place stance on gun control; his staffers telling Canada his official NAFTA position was merely “populist positioning”; his position on talking to rogue leaders such as Iran’s Ahmadinejab without preconditions which he has since hedged beyond recognition; his position on the status of Jerusalem which changes based on whether he’s talking to Jews or Arabs; his previous demand that telecommunications companies be unprotected from lawsuits for cooperating with the US government; his initial call for an immediate and unconditional withdrawal from Iraq; his reversal over the Cuba embargo; and on and on. John McCain has been the rock of consistency compared to Barack Obama – even in spite of the fact that Obama hasn’t had much of a career to actually have time to reverse positions. Most of McCain’s flips – in direct contrast to Obama’s – were announced prior to the primary elections so voters could consider the ramifications and vote accordingly. And his recent change of position over allowing states to decide whether to pursue offshore drilling is perfectly understandable given the new situation of $4.50/gallon gas. And yet here Barack Obama is, talking smack just like the self-righteous, self-aggrandizing hypocrite he is.

And consider Obama’s reasoning for breaking his promise to accept public funding:

“We’ve made the decision not to participate in the public financing system for the general election,” Obama says in the video, blaming it on the need to combat Republicans, saying “we face opponents who’ve become masters at gaming this broken system. John McCain’s campaign and the Republican National Committee are fueled by contributions from Washington lobbyists and special interest PACs. And we’ve already seen that he’s not going to stop the smears and attacks from his allies running so-called 527 groups, who will spend millions and millions of dollars in unlimited donations.”

Liberal and Democratic 527s have ten freaking times the cash conservative and Republican causes have. Liberal money is all over the place. Obama is expected to raise shocking loads of money – $500 million dollars in just the final 2 months of the campaign alone – at a time when Democrats are out hysterically proclaiming that we’re in the second coming of the Great Depression. And liberals constantly talk about “swiftboating” (they’ve turned the noun into a verb), disregarding the fact that the Swiftboat Veterans for Truth was made up of over 200 fellow members of John Kerry’s riverine unit in Vietnam – including a Rear Admiral and Kerry’s own direct superior – as well as most of Kerry’s former fellow boat skippers. They also conveniently forget the fact that the Swiftboat Veterans caught a number of Kerry “misstatements.” And let’s not also forget those forged documents allegedly proving President Bush sought and received preferential treatment as a National Guard flight officer that showed up on Dan Rather’s CBS newscast.

A recent Democratic attack ad campaign engaged in a clearly racist attack against a Republican candidate of Italian ancestry named Dino Rossi, playing the theme music from The Supranos as it attempted to unfarily tie him to the mob. Even a number of Democrats characterized the ad as “racist and beyond offensive.” Democrats are every bit as good at “gaming the broken system” as Republicans have ever been.

You remember the MoveOn.org ad that ran at a substantially discounted rate in the New York Times that proclaimed, “General Petraeus or General Betray Us?” Try reading MoveOn or the DailyKos for a little sampling of some of the nastiest bile ever vomited out of the mouth of the sleaziest creature that ever crawled.

Please don’t try to argue that Barack Obama somehow has to go to extraordinary lengths to clear his pure-as-the-driven-snow reputation from those dirty Republicans.

Having said all the above, allow me to introduce a particularly pathetic recent example of Obama launching despicable cheap-shot character attacks against John McCain:

“John McCain, if he’s elected, is going to pick a Supreme Court that will roll back every gain women have made in the last 50 years.”

Now, you see, I hear that kind of crap, and I have to ask: why NOT label “Barack Hussein Obama” as a covert Muslim who will introduce sharia law into the United States? All it would take would be one Supreme Court Justice appointment to do precisely that.

Let me tell you something: there’s a far better case that Barack Hussein Obama is a Manchurian-type Muslim candidate than there is that John McCain will roll back every gain that women have made in the last 50 years.” A FAR better case.

John McCain is somewhat against abortion, it is true. The anti-abortion position has been a significant plank on the Republican platform for a generation. Is this news to you? I have written at length that “a woman’s right to choose” is in fact the denial of any kind of right for men, who are forced to either sit by while women murder their children, or who are forced to provide nearly two decades of child support for a child they may not want to “choose.” And I have argued that nothingnothing – has been more destructive to fatherhood than 1) defining a child in the womb as a thing that deserves absolutely no dignity, status, or protection; and 2) taking away any element of right or privilege that ought to be accorded to fathers.

Why should fathers stick around? They did nothing more than contribute half the genetic materials that abortionists call “products of conception” when they burn a baby to death with acid or chop it into pieces and vacuum it out of the womb. Why shouldn’t fathers be resentful that they are forcibly required to pay support for the very same children that women could have legally butchered in their wombs?

That isn’t a right of women; it’s an abject denial of rights of children and fathers.

And “roll back every gain women have made in the last 50 years“? Is Obama serious, or simply slanderous? This kind of language is just as loaded as saying that John McCain will roll back every gain blacks have made in the last 50 years.” It is absolutely vicious.

Oh, wait, Obama has already used that vicious, hateful, cheap-shot too:

JACKSONVILLE, Florida (Reuters) – Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama said on Friday he expects Republicans to highlight the fact that he is black as part of an effort to make voters afraid of him…

“They’re going to try to make you afraid of me. He’s young and inexperienced and he’s got a funny name. And did I mention he’s black?”

If this isn’t “playing the race card,” then there is simply no such thing as “playing the race card.” Obama doesn’t have a single piece of evidence to cite that Republicans have done any such thing. But a truly dishonorable man simply doesn’t need any evidence to slander his opponents.

No. There’s a much better case that secretly Muslim Barack Hussein Obama will seek to impose sharia law on the United States.

British journalist Melanie Phillips has quite a story in the Israel Insider titled, “Obama takes on the Great Global Blogosphere Conspiracy Against His Holiness.” She links to Obama’s official website, which carries a denial titled, “Barack Obama Is Not and Has Never Been a Muslim.” It contains the statement, “Obama never prayed in a mosque. He has never been a Muslim, was not raised a Muslim, and is a committed Christian.” And Phillips points out that Obama has said, “I’ve always been a Christian,” and “I’ve never practiced Islam.”

However, as Phillips points out:

But none of this is true. As is explored in detail on Daniel Pipes‘s website, Obama was enrolled at his primary schools in Indonesia as a Muslim; he attended the mosque during that period; his friends from that time testify that he was a devout Muslim boy. A former teacher at one of these schools, Tine Hahiyary, remembers a young Obama who was quite religious and actively took part in “mengaji” classes which teach how to read the Koran in Arabic. The blogger from Indonesia who reported this commented:

“Mengagi” is a word and a term that is accorded the highest value and status in the mindset of fundamentalist societies here in Southeast Asia. To put it quite simply, “mengaji classes” are not something that a non practicing or so-called moderate Muslim family would ever send their child to… The fact that Obama had attended mengaji classes is well known in Indonesia and has left many there wondering just when Obama is going to come out of the closet.

His father was a Muslim, as was his stepfather. His grandfather was a Muslim convert. His wider family appear to have been largely devout Muslims. Yes, we only know about Obama?s early years as a Muslim; and yes, twenty years ago he became a Christian. The issue, however, is why he has been less than candid about his early background and his family. Indeed, he appears to have actively deceived the public about it. That is why the blogosphere is so exercised about it.

There’s actually a whopping load of documentation proving that Barack Hussein Obama has been disengenuous to the extreme about his background – which is exactly what we would expect a Manchurian-style candidate to do.

Phillips also points out:

Now here’s another curious thing. Much has been made of his membership of the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago whose former pastor and his long-standing mentor, Jeremiah Wright, Obama was forced finally to renounce on account of his obnoxious views (although he has signally failed unequivocally to denounce those views themselves and the no less obnoxious philosophy of the Trinity United black power church). But according to a passing reference in a profile in The New Republic last year, Pastor Wright was himself a Muslim convert to Christianity. He seems to have moved from being a Muslim black power fanatic to a Christian black power fanatic — which might go some way to explaining his close affinity to the Muslim black power ideologue Louis Farrakhan.

I went to the article she cited and – sure enough:

After many lectures like this, Obama decided to take a second look at Wright’s church. Older pastors warned him that Trinity was for “Buppies”–black urban professionals–and didn’t have enough street cred. But Wright was a former Muslim and black nationalist who had studied at Howard and Chicago, and Trinity’s guiding principles–what the church calls the “Black Value System”–included a “Disavowal of the Pursuit of ‘Middleclassness.'”

And just Google “black liberation theology” and “Marxist” and see that the one is virtually identical to the other.

Now, I’ve written over 70 articles – many directed at Barack Obama – and never once used his “full” name until now. Nor have I ever attempted to link him to Islam until now.

I want to make it clear: I am directly responding to incredibly cheap shots by Barack Obama against an honorable man.

Barack Obama: don’t you dare whine and cry foul every time someone criticizes you, and then go out and unload these kinds of hateful and unsubstantiated charges on your opponent.

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One Response to “Obama’s Vile Claims that Republicans, McCain Are Anti-black, Anti-women Justify ANY Counterattack”

  1. goodtimepolitics Says:

    Obama has flipped and flopped all over the hot frying pan and has no room to talk! http://goodtimepolitics.com/2008/06/26/sen-john-mccain-gives-barack-obama-the-left-jab/

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