Wednesday, September 24, 2008

A Time To Reap Answers From Obama

So many odd photos, so many questionable associations, so few serious inquiries. I have opined recently that the mainstream media is so desirous of finally breaking the black barrier for the top office in the world that they really don't have the sort of hunger for answers, real answers, that is their hallmark.

Call it hypnosis. As it stands right now, according to Rasmussen, 52% of Americans have been mesmerized by Obama and refuse to see the evidence that something just doesn't pass the smell test. Further, many of those 52% intentionally treat such rare reporting as something akin to a UFO sighting. It simply can't be, they'll say, and others will readily agree. For anyone watching with a keen eye, this is becoming a nightmare. My intention is to wake people up and and free them from the terrible dream.

The opening photo is a random one I found on the internet, but there is one from a campaign office of the Obama campaign. Behind the desk of the office worker, working for Obama, hangs a picture of Che Guevara. This was quickly forgotten by the MSM after the campaign explained that it was an independent campaign office, and there was no follow-up at all. Gone, forgotten.

The problem is, it wasn't the only office. Still, the reaction was, "Nothing to see here, folks, move along". Still not enough Socialism for you? Sit tight, there's more.

Obama has previously advocated for a "National Police Force" at least equal to the United States Military. In a July 2nd speech in Colorado Springs, he said:

"We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."

Couple this attitude with his comment that folks in Pennsylvania, et al, "Cling to their guns and their religion", and what you have is a candidate for President of the United States who wants to take your guns and then surround himself with a national police force. Joseph Farah from WorldNet Daily couldn't have said it better:
"Certainly there have been initiatives like this elsewhere – Cuba, the Soviet Union, China, Venezuela, North Korea. But has anything like this ever been proposed in a free country?"

Now combine all of the above with Obama's other mysterious shortcomings, and there is more than enough to keep the press busy, would that they were inclined to seek out the endeavor. It seems that they are completely uninterested in digging, however, so it falls to people like us. We are the only ones who seem interested in learning about such things as Obama's Muslim past, his connections to George Soros, and his Constitutional qualifications to even assume office.

I started this blog less than a year ago, and I have tried to promote it as subtly as possible, relying on word of keyboard, as it pertains to type-written words on the internet. Here, I am asking all of you to either pass this along or at least take the general message and run with it. I'm not seeking anything here but the spreading of the truth, so use your own discretion in how you relay the information provided. I seek nothing more than a genuine scrutinizing of this man who would be President.

It's the least the press could do before we succumb to tyranny.

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