Seven years passed yesterday since 9/11 and for those who lived a few blocks away from Ground Zero, it was a somber and sad anniversary. Unfortunately, I had a business meeting on Broad Street and saw the police and firemen lined-up as bag pipes played in honor of those who were slaughtered by the Islamofacists. It was too much for me and brought back memories of the lost souls who roamed the streets of New York posting signs on behalf of missing friends, relatives and loved-ones. The images were horrifying including those who jumped from the towers to their death in order to avoid fires. The stench from the fires enveloped the city as a surreal calm overtook us when all the traffic was blocked for a while. Who would have thought that the 21st Century would have commenced under such tragic circumstances?
America remained a land of innocence and promise, even though we faced many challenges over our short yet prolific existence. However, when innocent civilians are attacked and massacred at a major hub in an American City, you begin to question many things, including how something so unthinkable could happen to a country that is so bountiful, generous and humane. Hopefully, we have learned from 9/11 that we are hated by many for the freedoms and wealth we enjoy, as well as our propensity to want to provide such benefits to those who live under the yoke of oppression like so many in the Middle East. In light of 9/11, America came together to fight against the forces that led to this terrorist attack, but soon the Left tried to take political advantage of the situation when tough decisions had to be made about our response to these attacks.
As a consequence of their ambitious and ruthless campaign to discredit the policies that have kept us safe for the last seven years, the Left ruptured the fabric of this nation with their divisive and hateful campaign that has been funded by sordid financiers like the economic war criminal George Soros. For many years, their assault failed and the GOP consolidated their majority with electoral victory after the next, but in 2006, America had grown tired of the Iraq War that over 71 United States Senators voted for including John Edwards, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry and Obambi’s running mate, Joseph Plugs Biden, who claimed the other day that he was less qualified to be Vice President than Hillary Clinton. What does that say about Obama’s judgment in light of McNasty’s brilliant selection of Sarah Palin?.
Once things in Iraq got tricky, the Democrats bailed on the effort and tried to gain politically from the mistakes that were made in the prosecution of the war. Fortunately, their efforts failed and today victory is in sight after a long battle that has cost billions, strained our military and ruptured some of our international alliances. No matter how misguided this effort may have been, leaving in defeat as the Democrats wanted would have been an international embarrassment and moral failure of unsurpassed magnitude. Furthermore, it would have sent a message to the Islamofacists that we bend in the face of pressure, which would have encouraged them to further challenge our interests at home and abroad.
Instead of sending a message of weakness as the Obama-Pelosi-Reid Congress wanted, McCasty led the effort to win the war in Iraq after Rumsfeld & Company screwed the occupation up so badly they almost made Pope Pelosi look competent. But now in the aftermath of the surge, the Democrats are sputtering with rage since they don’t have a war effort they can undermine for political benefit.
As an alternative, they decided to mount a relentless and ruthless attack against Sarah Palin with a litany of lies and distortions. Ms. Palin finally had a one-on-one interview with Charles Gibson, and the Left is now attacking her for sounding too scripted. Are they kidding? Obambi doesn’t detach himself from a mirror unless he has a teleprompter and now they are complaining about a scripted politician. That is like John Kerry condemning Jane Fonda for her anti-American efforts during the Vietnam War.
Beyond the scripted charge, they are also claiming that Palin displayed her ignorance when she didn’t know what Gibson meant when he asked her to comment on the Bush doctrine. Frankly, I’m not sure what he was talking about either since that could have meant many things including compassionate conservatism, faith-based initiatives or an aggressive foreign policy. When Gibson finally condescended to explain himself, Palin gave a careful response and suggested that a preemptive war might be necessary under certain circumstances. Oh, my God!! How stunning!! She really does sound like a fanatic.
Rather than making up pretend controversies about a rather staid interview, perhaps the Left might want to take a clue from their master and start yelling oink oink oink at Sarah whenever she enters a room. Of course, the Left is claiming Obama wasn’t degrading Palin in his infamous pig gaffe, but what else should we expect when the MSM consists of cheerleaders like Chris Matthews who gets a tingle up his leg every time the Messiah speaks.
But even if we concede that the pig crack was not a sexist and misogynist remark, the story that has been untold in this affair is Obambi’s fish reference, which was even more derogatory towards woman. Indeed, after he got finished calling Governor Plain a pig, he then went on to say that if you leave fish around for eight years, it begins to stink. Thus, in reference to McNasty’s selection of Palin, we first get a pig analogy and the fish one as well, which in some circles is often a crude remark that is made about a female’s special private place. Perhaps if Michelle Obama douched more often, Obama wouldn’t think of rotting fish every time a woman politician enters his life.
For someone so effete, I’m surprised he would be so crude and insensitive, but what else should we expect from a Obama and his campaign who went on a sexist massacre on Big Momma Clinton, along with pulling the race card on one of the worst Presidents in American History who stole furniture from the White House, sexually assaulted interns and widows, lied under oath, got impeached and disbarred while at the same time leaving us vulnerable to one of the worst attacks on American soil in our history.
After McNasty called them on it a few weeks ago, you would have thought they would have stopped, but now Obambi and his sycophants are suggesting that the attacks on his work as a community organizer are also racist. What’s so bizarre about that is that it was always my impression that most college graduates who went into community service were usually white children of wealthy parents who were too childish and irresponsible to get a job supporting themselves. Instead, they would slum around doing “good works” to make them feel better about themselves, while at the same time keeping mommy’s and daddy’s coffers open so that they will have pizza money.
In Obama’s case, he didn’t have wealthy parents to keep him afloat, but he did meet up with Tony Rezko who financed and mentored his career through the Chicago political machine. More importantly, what is so disturbing about Obambi’s community organizing has nothing to do with race and a lot more to do with his radical affiliations with Marxist anti-American scum. Indeed, Obama’s entrée into community organizing was sponsored by Jerry kellman. Kellman’s organization was a product of Saul Alinsky’s organization, who was a Marxist that wrote Rules for Radicals. As I’m sure you all recall, Michelle Obama quoted Alinsky in her speech to the Denver Democrats.
What is even more remarkable is that Obama quoted the same line from Alinsky’s book at Columbia University last night at a National Service Forum when he said:
And that’s why, you know, one of the premises of our campaign from the start has been that change happens from the bottom up. It doesn’t happen from the top down. It happens because the American people look up and they say, we imagine a world not as it is but as it should be, and we are willing to roll up our sleeves and put in the hard work to change this country, block by block, neighborhood by neighborhood, state by state. And that, I think, is the kind of president I would like to be is one that inspires more of that feeling and provides the avenues to express it.
For the record, in Chapter 2 of Saul Alinsky's book, it is written: "The means-and-ends moralists, constantly obsessed with the ethics of the means used by the Have-Nots against the Haves, should search themselves as to their real political position. In fact, they are passive but real allies of the Haves…The most unethical of all means is the non-use of any means... The standards of judgment must be rooted in the whys and wherefores of life as it is lived, the world as it is, not our wished-for fantasy of the world as it should be."
One of central rules taught by Alinsky is that the word “change” should be used as a code word for a socialist revolution even if it meant that radicals would cut their hair, put on business and a flag lapel pin intermittently. Alinsky also taught organizers to hide their true intentions in the words they spoke. Thus, Obama is well schooled in the Alinsky methods by Kellman and for anyone with the smarts to notice, it is clear that his community organizing is very indicative of the kind of policies he wants and the methods he will use to get them.
Thus to throw the race card at anyone who questions his years as a community organizer is nothing but a smokescreen intended to hide his plans for wealth redistribution, socialized medicine and a foreign policy that bends to the whims of anti-American international organizations like the United Nations. We also have to wonder what Obama ever accomplished as a community organizer. Has any evidence ever been presented that he helped anyone other than himself through his efforts at Kellman’s organization? What we do know is that Obama was introduced to Tony Rezko who found him a job at the Chicago equivalent of the Rose Law Firm, Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Galland.
The lead partner at this esteemed law firm did most of the legal work for Tony Rezko, the slumlord and felon who financed Obama’s mansion in the South Side of Chicago. So when Obambi claims he was a civil rights lawyer and law professor, we need to seriously question what he means by that. Since the law firm he associated with carried on the dirty dealings of Rezko who littered the South Side with abandoned and uninhabitable properties. Who could ever take that seriously other than Keith Olbermann and Michael Moore.
Now that sounds like change we can believe in!! Dr. Jack Wheeler, an American hero, nicely summarizes what we are dealing with in Obama when he describes him as “an eloquently tailored empty suit. No resume, no accomplishments, no experience, no original ideas, no understanding of how the economy works, no understanding of how the world works, no balls, nothing but abstract empty rhetoric devoid of real substance.”
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