Obama shows uber arrogance by blatantly lying to America

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Barack Obama is not fit to run this country, policy issues aside and lack of experience aside, because:

1) He chooses to align himself with, and still defend, a hate-mongering, anti-American, racist pastor that stirs the most destructive emotions in the African-American community; and,

2) He flat out lied about an issue that is important to Americans by claiming he didn't know about what was going in his Church, even though we see on video that the flock loves what Rev. Wrong is saying. Obama has insulted the American people with his arrogance and lies thinking his "charm" will work on us the way it's worked on his completely unobjective supporters. Many of his supporters are college airheads and rich white liberals who are voting for a black man to asuage their guilt at running many of America's most classist and elitist institutions (such as our universities).

3) He thinks he's fit to now lecture on us race tomorrow!!

Obama has shown a level of arrogance that makes many Democrats seem humble. For those of us who still have our sanity, let's get rid of this arrogant slimeball! Come on and let's start donating to the RNC and bury Obama and his fellow Democrats in the political graveyard!

On a conference call today, Dick Durbin is now trying to spin this as Jeremiah said these things before Obama became a member.

"The Obama campaign has just wrapped up a conference call with reporters. On the call, top Obama supporter Sen. Dick Durbin claimed that "many" of the controversial statements made by Rev. Jeremiah Wright were made before Barack Obama joined Trinity United Church of Christ. "Many of the quotes that have been disclosed publicly were made by Reverend Wright at a time before Barack Obama became part of his congregation and in places where Barack Obama was not even present," Durbin said. Later, asked about fallout from the Wright affair among Democrats, Durbin said, "Let me just say that the people I have spoken to understand, as I hope we all do, that to hold Sen. Obama accountable for speeches and sermons that were given before he joined the church is fundamentally unfair."

http://corner.nationalreview.com/

My God, just how stupid does Obama and his minions think we are? Was Hillary running for president 17 years ago? Did 9/11 happen in the 80's? Holy Cow! This is almost reaching the point of embarrassing.

about Obama's arrogance. I don't really know who Fournier is but he included some telling quotes.

Some of it is kidding around of course but I think it speaks to a pattern of thought:

"The freshman senator told reporters in July that he would overcome Hillary Rodham Clinton's lead in the polls because "to know me is to love me."

A few months later, he said, "Every place is Barack Obama country once Barack Obama's been there."

"a light will shine down from somewhere."

"It will light upon you," he continued. "You will experience an epiphany. And you will say to yourself, I have to vote for Barack. I have to do it."

Michelle on Barak:
"Barack is one of the smartest people you will ever encounter who will deign to enter this messy thing called politics," his wife said a few weeks ago, adding that Americans will get only one chance to elect him."

All quotes from the following article:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap_campaignplus/20080317/ap_ca/on_deadline_arrog...

saved me from having to write one of my own.

I'll add-

"...Privately, aides and associates of Obama tell stories about a boss who can be aloof and ungracious. He holds firmly to views and doesn't like to be challenged..."

Funny how the left has just trashed Dubya on this very thing.

"...Obama's cool self-confidence got him into trouble in New Hampshire when he said Clinton was "likable enough," faint praise that grated on female votes who didn't appreciate him condescending to the former first lady."

arrogance among those who are too inarticulate, unhopeful or mired in traditionalism to note their true humble and meek nature.

Obama showed complete lack of judgment and an insensitivity to fellow citizens by joining this church. I've heard that Oprah left this church years and years ago because of what was being said. So if she, as a public figure, left the church why can't we ask for the same judgment in our PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES?

from 1984-86. They would not comment on why she left or on Jeremiah's hate speech.

Look for BHO to be on her show soon to explain himself.

to tell Larry King she wouldn't want to be president herself, because she can do some good with her wealth and influence on her own terms without having to worry about everything on a president's plate.

I'm surprised the MSM didn't turn on Obama earlier because it was they who pretty much talked him into running in the first place.

lesterblog.blogspot.com

me on race. I won't hear one word of it.

or so ago on how I thought Obama lacked humility, and she jumped down my throat and wanted a list of details as to why.

I couldn't give her the resonse she wanted, because it was something I felt, more than had a specific incident to prove the feeling.

I still never convinced her that Obama lacks humility, but some of the recent stories have confirmed my initial feeling.

BHO has nver set well with me. And I couldn't finger it completely either.
Now, I know.

Democrats are clearly filled with hatred for each other and their country and I can't even imagine living my life with all that cynicism and rabid anger. The Democratic party thinks of cynicism and hatred as moral virtues. This is not to say that some Republicans aren't haters either but we've come around for John McCain -- our "divisive" candidate that was going to split the party -- even though we disagree with him on a lot of things. The Democrats kicked out their centrist, Joe Lieberman, and the only thing that unifies them is hatred of George W. Bush and the Christian Right. Here's to loving my party and my country!

Freedom of Religion not Freedom from Religion

While I would agree that Obama has a real "situation" on his hands,
I wonder why "that lib'rul media" has given Senator McCain a pass
about the two something-less-than-mainstream preachers endorsing him."

Threadjack:

To take over the content of a message thread by changing the subject of discourse to a topic outside the purview of the original subject and/or forum,

Write a blog if you want to discuss it: we expect at least two paragraphs, and some actual insight.

Have fun.

The Fuzzy Puppy of the VRWC. I've been usurped!

and we will point out to you that Sen McCain did NOT endorse those two "less than mainstream" preachers by plopping his fat a** into a pew for 20 years listening to them rant.

They endorsed HIM, Obama endorsed Wright (with his 20 years of presence. Any other questions you need answered?

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Oh, just a simple question for you.

It was just a simple question isn't a defense if the question is couched in a manner designed to inflame or provide lots of controversy or comments unrelated to the posted topic.

Or to put it another way: not all simple questions are created equally.

And Rightly So!



Fighting for conservatism one day at a time.

I don't recall anyone looking into Wright or other black nationalist preachers when they endorsed Kerry, Gore, or Clinton. You are missing the big deal.

Obama choose to go to this church. He choose to have his marriage blessed by this man. He choose to have his children baptized by him. He choose to put his children in front of this hate speech on a weekly basis. He choose to be part of a racialized church. He choose to call a man as vile as Wright his "spiritual mentor."

This is not about an endorsement. This is about a close mentor who believes in conspiracies, race hatred, and hate speech. And it's not even his family. He could have at any moment chosen to end his relationship with Wright. He didn't.

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who doesn't know how to phrase a question that doesn't offend
the wise sages here at redstate. I wish I knew how to ask
why we can't seem to discuss our differences better,
but apparently I don't, so good evening.

 
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