Thursday, October 9, 2008

Food for thought (Links)

I'm going to be providing some links to some interesting articles I've found on the internet. Be forewarned that I am a supporter of the John McCain/Sarah Palin ticket and do not want to see Barack Hussein Obama as the next president of the United States of America so if that offends or if you don't agree, then don't bother reading these links. We still have freedom of speech so I'm going to take advantage of it while I can.

What If Obama Doesn't Have America's Best Interests at Heart?

The Forgotten Issue: Illegal Immigration and Crime

Who Wrote Dreams From My Father?

Polls: Obama or McCain Is Winning

Obama the Facilitator



Traces of nuts

A guide to the political left

Updated: More links

Question: Does Barack Obama Have Any Friends Who AREN'T Communists?

All That Darned Conservatism

Can America Afford Another Jimmy Carter?

What happened to the media?


OBAMA THE SOCIALIST. Watch the video HERE. Be prepared! (in a nutshell)

A plumber asks Obama:“Your new tax plan is going to tax me more. Isn’t it?”

In his own words Obama says: “It’s not that I want to punish your success, I just want to make sure that everybody that is behind you, that they have a chance for success too. I think that when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.”

Huh? How about the PEOPLE BEHIND US GET OFF THEIR ASSES AND WORK TO MAKE MONEY FOR THEMSELVES? Why should people who work hard have their money taken away from them and given to people who don't work all in the name of "spreading the wealth" around? This is INSANITY!


Brandy said...

I cannot understand this man's appeal to the people. He does not have ENOUGH experience, if anything his advisors, staff, etc would be better suited to run our country. His "policies" are worthless and he flip flops entirely too much for me. Also the whole "I didn't understand the wording" excuse he has used on certain bills BLOWS MY MIND, if the man cannot understand the "wording" how can he run our country? Very scary in my opinion.

Karen said...

I truly think that most people are voting without actually reading up on either man which is unfortunate. I don't think McCain is ideal either, but he's closer to what I would like for a President than Obama is. At least he isn't anti-American.

The whole election is starting to get to me at this point. I have faith that the right man for the job will win but if not, life will go on and those who have followed Obama without knowing what he is all about will be in for a rude awakening when they see what he is all about. I am picturing Reverand Wright and Bill Ayers in the White House for dinner or drinks and that's an alarming thought.

Brandy said...

I agree wholeheartedly, these Nobama supporters are in for a rude awakening should he get into office. It is a scary prospect. You're definitely right as well that McCain is not ideal but and that's a big BUT for me he has much more experience and he is Pro-America. Obama is using smoke and mirrors and people are drawn to that crap like moths to a flame so I would not expect less from his supporters.

OMG on the dinner, drinks and SMOKES at the White House, you are so right with that. Unbelievable.

Karen said...

And as entertainment, perhaps they can get Snoop Dog or one of those foul-mouthed rappers. What fun!

Brandy said...

LMAO NO DOUBT. OMG on all these celebrity endorsements as well, as if I need their endorsement to sway my vote, lmao. Majority of them couldn't speak if they did not have someone telling them what to say.

Karen said...

Perhaps Bill Ayers can have bomb making workshops for the children of our nation as well on the front lawn of the White House.

The celebrities who think we care what they think are as vacuous as the day is long. They are voting for a well groomed man in a nice looking suit--that's as deep as their thinking goes.

Brandy said...

LMAO NO DOUBT! OMG I am dying laughing over here.