Thursday, September 11, 2008


I just finished watching the “9/11 Presidential Forum”.
Several things struck me. Senator Obama echoed much of
what Senator McCaine said, almost to the letter, with the
exception that Obama got much more applause, even when
the audience was not supposed to do that. And the reason
for that?............... the forum was held at Columbia
University, Senator Obama’s Alma Mater.

I applaud Senator McCain for mentioning that Columbia
should have an ROTC presence on campus. During his time
slot, Senator Obama agreed with John McCain, probably much
to the chagrin of the president of Columbia. Both candidates
want to see more volunteer cooperation, but McCain wants it
to be primarily voluntary, with no remuneration whatsoever,
while Obama seems to tie all his suggestions up with additional
benefits for the volunteers.............meaning more government
supervision or cooperation and probably remuneration. One
way or the other, Obama’s plans will involve bigger government
and more federal expenditures. So where is the "volunteerism"?

I was fascinated by how Obama twisted the “community organizer”
flap around, to make it seem as though he was attacked by the
Republicans. He seems to forget that it was his campaign that
initiated the exchange, by accusing Sarah Palin of being unqualified, based on the fact that she had been a small-town mayor. Two things that they totally failed to mention were that Sarah Palin was mayor for a ten year period, before moving on to Governor of Alaska, which Obama’s campaign always seems to ignore.
Obama's "community organizer" accomplishments pale in comparison. w

On a one-on-one basis, there is no way that Obama’s two years
as a junior senator can hold a candle to even the small-town mayor
standing of McCain’s choice of VP candidate. Add to that the
prestige and experience of her Governorship, and the undeniable
fact that Obama has been campaigning for half of his tenure in the
senate. Just more cheap shot by Obama...........even at such a forum.

Aside from that, both the candidates more or less agreed on quite
a few points. But.................did anyone notice that Obama quoted McCain word for word, as though this were his original statement? At the end of his segment, he stated that, “change happens from the bottom up, not from the top down”, how original!

McCain has been saying that for weeks!

Another Example of Dem Hypocrisy!

One of the Obama campaign’s chief talking points is
the "high rate of unemployment" that we presently have.
But yet, they still aim to compound the problem.

This is how the Democrats have been able to “increase
their voter registration”
, by filling the country with aliens,
legal and not. And at the same time taking a swipe at the
Bush administration for having lost American jobs.
Not to mention (ahem!) that the unemployment rate during the
Clinton years was higher.

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee desperately wants
to give away 550,000 American jobs! If it were to pass, H.R. 5882 would bring in 550,000 permanent greencard holders, above the 1 million immigrants already planned! With U.S. unemployment shooting up to a five-year high, this is the very worst time to add more competition to Americans.

But Nancy Pelosi and her allies backed down yesterday before they could get the immigration increase past the Judiciary Committee. They thought it would be easy. Instead, they ran into a buzzsaw.

Thanks to caring groups such as “Numbers USA”, (check it out), the
Congress has been flooded with phone calls and faxes,
virtually killing the “Democratic give-a-way of American

And then the Obama campaign has the gall to accuse the
Bush administration of causing Americans to lose jobs overseas?

This is political BS, and the voters should be made to know
just who is causing this and why this is happening.

I can assure everyone that if Obama is elected, we can all kiss
our jobs goodbye. Or maybe we should all just move to Mexico,
since there will no longer be anybody there!

Community Organizer-in-Chief

Obama teaching at the University of Chicago Law School. The topic is apparently “Power Analysis,” also his topic at ACORN training. The illustration is Labeled “Relationships Built on Self Interest.”
"I don't intend to lose this election. John McCain doesn't know what he's up against."Senator Barack Obama
Now that’s an ominous statement wouldn’t you say, someone campaigning to become President of the United States of America using a veiled threat of some sort against his rival and just what is Senator McCain up against when he campaigns against Barack Hussein Obama?

Sen. Obama is a community organizer turned politician by his own admission, so just what is a community organizer any way?

I’m thinking if placing lipstick on a pig still results in a pig then a community organizer elected to the White house will still be nothing more than a community organizer.

Here’s a truth, you can put a community organizer in the White house but you’ll still have a community organizer and not a President. Any ways here’s how Senator Obama is connected with the notorious left wing political agitation group ACORN.
[…]ACORN noticed him when he was organizing on the far south side of the city with the Developing Communities Project.

He was a very good organizer. When he returned from law school, we asked him to help us with a lawsuit to challenge the state of Illinois’ refusal to abide by the National Voting Rights Act, also known as motor voter… Obama took the case, known as ACORN vs. Edgar (the name of the Republican governor at the time) and we won.

Obama then went on to run a voter registration project with Project VOTE in 1992 that made it possible for Carol Moseley Braun to win the Senate that year. Project VOTE delivered 50,000 newly registered voters in that campaign (ACORN delivered about 5000 of them).

Since then, we have invited Obama to our leadership training sessions to run the session on power every year, and, as a result, many of our newly developing leaders got to know him before he ever ran for office.

Thus, it was natural for many of us to be active volunteers in his first campaign for State Senate and then his failed bid for U.S. Congress in 1996. By the time he ran for U.S. Senate, we were old friends.
—Toni Foulks, a representative of ACORN (see source)
So Sen. Obama was a community organizer for a community group with the acronym ACORN or the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, that is a radical left wing agitation group which still to this day receives federal funding for its voters registration arm.

But registering voters is not all that ACORN does, ACORN attempts to rally the vote for particular candidates but first what is ACORN: (see video)

ACORN also holds Rallies as a political action group mostly encouraging those who would identify with left wing ideology to get out and vote. (see video)

There have been accusations of corrupt practices regarding collection of voter registration cards and ACORN Voter registration collectors falsifying voter registration cards.(see video)

Maybe Senator Obama is correct, maybe Senator McCain doesn’t know what he’s going up against. Maybe Senator Obama should tell us all exactly what ACORN is about. In the least tell us what role they are playing in this election.
…according to ACORN, Obama trained its Chicago members in leadership seminars for several years in the early '90s. And Obama sat on the boards of the Woods Fund and Joyce Foundation, both of which poured money into ACORN's coffers.

Naturally, ACORN's political action committee has warmly endorsed his presidential candidacy.
Michelle Malkin
Tony Rezko,Weatherman terrorist William Ayers, Rev. Jeremiah Wright and now ACORN, just another in a long line of radical affiliations in the life of the most Liberal and inexperienced Democrat candidate to run for president of the United States Sen Barack Hussein Obama the Democrat presumptive Community Organizer-in-Chief.