More Bad News For Barry

on Friday, March 28, 2008

Barack Obama's magical campaign of wonder is slowly bleeding to death - leaving him with nothing more than a shifty campaign plagued by controversy and lies resembling something you would expect to see in a Clinton camp.

As scores of non-thinking Americans nationwide were hypnotized with his words "hope" and "change", people slowly began to realize that the more you see of Barack, the less you like.

And his ship continues to sink...

Barack Obama's pastor, a man who has been the cause of much distress to the Obama-train as of late, a man who spent his life brainwashing his congregation into thinking that blacks are still an oppressed minority and that we as a nation have made no progress to the civil rights movement since the 1960s, a man who violated tax-exempt laws by endorsing Obama in church countless times, is nothing more than a phony hypocrite and a liar.

Rev. Wright - the same man who preached black liberation theology from his pulpit, whose teachings include shaking off the dregs of middle classism, and chastises its followers for too much materialism - is himself living in "materialism" with his shiny new 10,340 sq. foot home in a ritzy neighborhood, paid for by none other than his church. "But Rev. Wright?... I thought you said the white man was keeping you down."

Black liberation theology is the doctrine that snagged liberal Jesus into Wright's church as he himself so admits in his book. In fact Barack, who publicly lied when he said he never heard Wright make any controversial remarks, recounts in his autobiography the first sermon he ever heard Wright preach:

It is this world, a world where cruise ships throw away more food in a day than most residents of Port-au-Prince see in a year, where white folks' greed runs a world in need, apartheid in one hemisphere, apathy in another hemisphere ... That's the world! On which hope sits."
"Where white folks' greed runs a world in need." It's also appropriate to note here that Obama claims that this speech made him weep, leaving me with no other option than to reject his recent claim that he would've left Wright's church now if he was still the pastor. Why leave now? Why not 20 years ago when you first heard him preach racist sermons?

Theological differences aside, however, Americans are also finally realizing that while Barack Obama is promising everything to everybody, offering hope and change to any person that has ever been unhappy at least once in their lifetime and touting himself as the solution to ALL of society's problems, he is also refusing to show us how he will make those changes, what they will cost us in monetary terms, and what freedoms we will have to sacrifice in order to make those changes.

...but here's a sneek peek of things to come:

First, [Barack] said the Bush tax cuts ought to die... Maria Bartiromo on CNBC's "Closing Bell" asked, "Who should pay more and who should pay less?" Predictably, the politician chose to talk about who would benefit from his higher tax plan, not who would get socked the hardest, [but added that he would raise taxes -ed.] on those making more than $75,000.
Raising your taxes during a recession, THAT'S the price you will pay for Obama's "change"

Keep in mind, the word 'change' doesn't always mean "positive change"... there IS such a thing as change for the worse...

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