Posted by: Scott Lee | August 20, 2008

Who is Obama?

Someone who cares about you and your family! (I think I just threw up a little in my mouth!) No, really, this is more like it:

Obama, for example, for the first time has acknowledged that the mysterious “Frank” in his 1995 autobiography, “Dreams From My Father,” is in fact Communist Party USA member Frank Marshall Davis, who during the height of the Cold War was investigated by both the FBI and Congress as a pawn of Moscow.

Communist Party?  Is the picture coming together for you? Demonizing profits, the successful, captialism, and America is in his inner-core:

In arguing for a heavier mix of government, he assumes that capitalism unfairly favors the rich, almost exclusively so, and fails to spread prosperity. “The rich in America have little to complain about,” he carps. “The distribution of wealth is skewed, and levels of inequality are now higher than at any time since the Gilded Age.”

Obama’s entire background is found on socialism, communism, and racism.  He is a product of that environment:

After college, where he palled around with Marxist professors and took in socialist conferences “for inspiration,” Obama followed in Davis’ footsteps, becoming a “community organizer” in Chicago.

His boss there was Gerald Kellman, whose identity Obama also tries to hide in his book. Turns out Kellman’s a disciple of the late Saul “The Red” Alinsky, a hard-boiled Chicago socialist who wrote the “Rules for Radicals” and agitated for social revolution in America.

What about inherent racism:

In fact, Obama’s own words appear to support the claim. On Page 171 of “Dreams,” Obama flies into a fit over chronic black poverty in Chicago’s South Side, blaming whites who took flight to the crime-free suburbs and took jobs with them. He’s overcome by the same black rage Davis radiated in his Waikiki bungalow years earlier.

Obama took to heart Davis’ advice to “keep your eyes open” to signs of institutional racism. He became race-conscious like never before. He admits he never “let it go,” even when he could see that overt racism was a thing of the past.

Also, see OBAMA EXPOSED.  At an incredible risk of sounding like my brother, Richard, unfortunately Obama will probably be our next President.  (yep, I did throw up in my mouth!)


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