Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Charman Maobama: Spreading the Graft Aound

UPDATE 25 September 2009: Welcome, Google searches for "Chairman Maobama." I should point out that Mike Church (Host of the Mike Church Show, Sirius Satellite Radio channel 144, 9am - 12pm Eastern; find a link to his web site on the sidebar) made the graphic below, which I have stolen for my own purposes. Click on the banner above to see what I am spewing today.

Chairman Maobama has been caught on tape explaining to a plumber, concerned about tax policy, how his Bright New Future will benefit others by "spreading the wealth around."

I was hoping the man would pop Dear Leader square in his nose for saying something so completely ignorant of American tradition and philosophy.

Do you need some more reasons to vote against Dear Leader? Read Stanley Kurtz at NRO . Here is the opening paragraph:
It looks like Jeremiah Wright was just the tip of the iceberg. Not only did Barack Obama savor Wright’s sermons, Obama gave legitimacy — and a whole lot of money — to education programs built around the same extremist anti-American ideology preached by Reverend Wright. And guess what? Bill Ayers is still palling around with the same bitterly anti-American Afrocentric ideologues that he and Obama were promoting a decade ago. All this is revealed by a bit of digging, combined with a careful study of documents from the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, the education foundation Obama and Ayers jointly led in the late 1990s.

Chairman Maobama has got his grubby fingerprints all over everything that is going wrong right now. If any of it is pointed out, Dear Leader immediately denies association, denies knowledge, or simply plays the race card. His willing accomplices in the mainstream media (useful idiots) lay down covering fire for him by repeating the lies and excoriating whomever shines the light on the truth.

Since Chairman Maobama is using the far-left playbook Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky, I would strongly urge Senator McCain to remember Machiavelli: "Men will forget more quickly the death of their father than the loss of their patrimony...he who begins to live by stealing always finds a reason for taking what belongs to others." And sometimes, it is necessary to do something which one finds uncomfortable or undesirable in order to achieve one's goals. Senator McCain does not like being confrontational. Apparently, he fears that the public will perceive him as being "mean-spirited." He must put this aside. He must pound Obama during the debate on Dear Leader's alliances, associations, and hard-left radical policies. He must continue to name names, and put Obama into "prevent defense." That is, of course, if he really wants to win not only the debate, but the election in November.

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