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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Obama's history: A summary

If you haven't noticed or thought to ask previously, consider how much (or how little) you know of Obama's past compared with any other president in recent memory. In other words, consider how little vetted Obama was as a presidential candidate in 2008. Only recently has it come out that he was into drugs. Do you know how well he did in school? Do you know who his friends are? Do you know particulars of what he did for a living? Do you know his past and present political philosphies? Breitbart.com did some digging and found out many things the liberal news media were not interested in asking or reporting in the 2008 election, and reported it as part of "The Vetting" series.  You may find a summary of them here. Basically, everything Obama's done is straight out of radical Saul Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals."

Obama is more radical than people generally expected. Hindsight is 20/20, but in this case a little decent investigative reporting might have preserved our country from additional trillions in the deficit, declining GDP because of anti-government policies particularly after recovering from a recession, Obamacare and its trillions in expenses, a partisan and divisive president, an anti-American foreign policy, billions if not trillions of dollars spent on crony-capitalism, and the addition of millions of Americans to welfare. If you want more of the same, you go ahead and vote for Obama again. I'm guessing that most Americans don't want to stay on this road we've been traveling, and will vote for Mitt Romney to turn around the economy, make our entitlement programs sustainable for the future, lower the unemployment rate by adding jobs instead of having people drop out of the labor force, improve our position abroad, and unify our country instead of pit Americans against each other.

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