Sunday, April 13, 2008


Common America, wake up and smell the coffee. It just seems as every time I turn on the news, Barack is trying to qualify, clarify, and justify, a blunder made at one of his sermons. That’s right, I don’t call them speeches anymore. I call them sermons as more and more of Reverend Jeremiah’s sound bytes become Obama's, if yet disguised by his elitist style of delivery.

Just in case you missed it, the Huffington Post Web site reported Friday that Obama, speaking of Pennsylvanians told supporters at a San Francisco fundraiser: “You go into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years…And it’s not surprising they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”

The next day, Obama admitted he chose his words poorly: “I didn’t say it as well as I should have…” but for the second day in a row he stood by the comments. Do you see the pattern? In all his blunders, the Reverend Wright affair, the Bill Ayers controversy, the man does what politicians do best, stand corrected and re-deliver through the use of carefully selected words, specifically designed to distract listeners from whatever caused the controversy. On the other hand, notice too, the pattern also has an embedded model of non-repentance, or detraction – as though to say, whether we like it or not, I am standing by the controversies.

Once again, Obama’s statement about small towns, all but hides his bitterness towards mainstream America, their religious values and their inalienable rights to
be against illegal immigrants and obscure trade policies. Obama portrays mainstream America as militant fanatics when he speaks of “clinging to guns”.

It is no wonder that your enrollment as a youth in the Wahabi school of radical Islamic teachings, followed by politically expedient change to the United Trinity Church lead by Reverend Wright, have had a serious influence in your political views when you dare condemn true religious values, unlike those taught by the militant Muslims. We have, Mr. Obama, many religious sects in the US – none of which I may add, rely on racism or divisiveness as their gospel. Regardless of the God, they rely in promoting racial equality and have never encouraged the use of arms for the purpose of destroying the United States as proclaimed by radical Islamist throughout the world.

This time around, I am sorry to say, Obamamaniacs, cannot allege their rhetorical defense of “guilt-by-association”. Too bad, as it was the candidate himself who blundered the comment about Americas’ small towns this time around. So...the guilt-by….is out. To now, Obamians, you have been able to get away with it. It was bound to happen though, he just can’t help himself. You know what they say: “you can lie to some of the people, some of the time, but not all of the people all the time.”

Your political / religious masquerade is starting to wear off. No sooner we wanted to give you the benefit of the doubt when you first started your race for the Presidency as our potentially first black American President, no sooner we were able to transcend the racial barriers, no sooner you’ve managed to shatter our hopes for these landmarks. It is truly a shame that, our hopes have now been turned into a great disappointment in you and what you stand for.

I blame not you for what you are. I blame your parents for abandoning you and letting you grow up as a confused young man, who’s caretakers made the decision to bring you up as a Wahabic follower – a faith that wages the Jihad wars against the western world. America’s small towns, Mr. Hussein Obama, do cling to religion and cling to bear arms not against their fellow-Americans but to defend and protect the Constitution of the United States of American and the nation for which it stands. It’s about time, Mr. Obama, that you define your pledge, sir!

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