Thursday, July 31, 2008

Obama Fingers Critics as Racist

"What they're going to try to do is make you scared of me. ... You know, he doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills."

Here we go again, Barack the almighty, is going after his opponents by smearing their motives.

Yes, we should be scared of Obama, not because "he doesn't look like all the other presidents." The Presidential race is not a beauty contest. We should be scared because Obama has ZERO experience to qualify him for the Presidency. He is WRONG on the issues. He is the MOST LIBERAL senator. His influences like Reverend Wright and William Ayers are RADICAL ANTI-AMERICANS. Obama is self-infatuated and sanctimonious beyond belief. We don't need an ARROGANT ass for President.

You'd damned well ought to be scared, not for what Obama looks like, not for his race, but for who he is and what he could do if elected.

Obama is the most dangerous candidate since George Wallace and Curtis Lemay ran as a third party in 1968. Obama could be worse.


Buddy said...

RMF, I almost took exception to your comment that Senator Obama is the most liberal senator. However, I did a little research. The National Journal has indeed ranked him as the most liberal senator for 2007. (

It is amazing how far left he is when you consider he ranks ahead of:

Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. (#4)
Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y. (#17)
John Kerry, D-Mass. (#20)
and MD's on senators Ben Cardin, D-Md. & Barbara Mikulski, D-Md. (#19 & #24, respectively).
At #44, Joe Lieberman, ID-Conn., looks like a right-wing crony.


Right Minded Fellow said...

This are excellent observations. Establishing Obama as the most liberal senator is really a matter of splitting hairs.

Obama's Liberal track record established despite numerous absentees combined with other factors, his inexperience, opportunism, and hubris make him a terrifying presidential candidate.

The big news from the Senate this week was the much deserved indictment of Ted Stevens. His misdeeds are a bipartisan phenomenon the result of deeply entrenched incumbency.