Mission Statement

Posted on August 17, 2008. Filed under: Purpose |

The presidential election is nearing the homestretch. Many are considering the election a formality in, what they believe, is an enevitable Barack Hussein Obama presidency which will result in a new, better government that trancends party lines and unites the United States with its own political adversaries and also unites the US with the rest of the world. Who wouldn’t want this outcome from any election? However, from plenty of research, I am not convinced that Barack Hussein Obama is the candidate to fulfill this mission. In fact, from looking at Barack Hussein Obama’s past voting record, political moves, and associations, I am firmly under the belief that he is the candidate most likely to do the exact opposite of his campaign slogan promising “Change”, “Reform”, and “Hope.”

On this blog, there will be four main themes that research and opinions will fall into:

1. Barack Hussein Obama’s policy positions.

2. Barack Hussein Obama’s history of choosing to follow strict party lines during opportunities for real bipartisan change and reform.

3. Personal associations with characters undesirable to a leader claiming to invoke real unity and his uncanny ability to cut ties with any personal relationship when it becomes politically inconvenient.

4. Obama’s quasi-religious following is based on a feeling for the candidate and not on matching ideology. This following makes it nearly impossible to criticize Obama without being accused of practicing personal attack politics or smearing Obama.

I am sure that by posting this blog, I will be labeled many very hateful names because I doubt the message Barack Hussein Obama delivers in spite of his history. Most of the information here will be an attempt to gather what I feel is important in judging Obama. While I will have my own personal take on the information, and a few areas I pursue research on my own, most will be information gathered from other sources and will be cited accordingly.

So, if you are not already filled with anger and hate because I used Barack Hussein Obama’s middle name multiple times in what his supporters claim is playing hate politics, I hope that you will take the time to review the information gathered here and consider it when deciding your vote this November. Also, take a look at any comments from his supporters, taking that anyone outside of my circle reads this and feels like commenting, and ask yourself if these are the people you want to be associated with. The ultimate goal, of course, in a blog like this is to change the mind of Obama’s supporters. In fact, if just one voter changes their mind causing them not to vote for Obama, all of the effort that went into this blog will be a great success. Enjoy and check back often as I will be working furiously to add new items reguraly.


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