Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Obama own words......


If you take the time to read the books that Obama wrote, or at least says he wrote you might be surprised by what he said:
From Dreams of My Father:'I ceased to advertise my mother's race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.'

From Dreams of My Father: 'I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother's race.'

From Dreams of My Father:'There was something about him that made me wary, a little too sure of himself, maybe. And white.'

From Dreams of My Father: 'It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.'

From Dreams of My Father:'I never emulate white men and brown men whose fates didn't speak to my own. It was into my father's image, the black man, son of Africa , that I'd packed all the attributes I sought in myself , the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela.'

And FINALLY the Most Damning one of ALL of them!!!

From Audacity of Hope:'I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.'

Barick Hussen Obama is he really an American or part of a bigger picture, the enemy within????

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sport, As you should know this is a chain e-mail letter that started around May 19, 2008. It is a racist attempt to instill fear among white men who are too lazy to check the facts. All the quotes are taken out of context to give an entirely different meaning to them. One of the quotes was NOT in any of Obama's books, but was instead written by a conservative book reviewer. politfact lists this quote as a "pants on fire lie".

The last quote is also wrong. Obama never said "muslim", besides being out of context. He was speaking of American citizens of Pakistani or arab heritage and the discrimination and hatred by some rednecks of anyone looking like an arab (including Indians) right after 911.

The TRUTH is on these sites. You might try to check the facts and read the books before spreading racist campaign material on your website.

Snopes.com

Politifact.com

Anonymous said...

Here's the complete article "E-mails twist context of Obama's memoir" URL:

Politifact complete article

Truth, not distortions and lies.

Anonymous said...

My mother asked me the other day if I knew who was behind Snopes. com and Politifact.com.

That is a good question I think.

Does anyone here know.

Thank you for publishing these Obama quotes, whether true or not. I like em.

Now for some real truth:
John McCain:

Barack Obama has put out an ad that simple minded John McCain cannot
use a computer.

Well guess what? Barack Obama cannot land a jet plane on an aircraft
carrier at night.

So there, check it out on Snopes or whichever imaginary source of truth is valid in your opinion.

Peace all.

Sport said...

See that is the great thing about the internet. You can easily check out things that people post.

And if I was trying to spread a racist view, I won't have posted your comments.

It actually sounds like you might be a little racist by calling white men to lazy to check the facts.

See how easy it is to get a fire going....where are those shift boats at again.

On September 24th, 2001 I flew to Phoenix, AZ and there were about 20people on the plane, the flight had a crew of 8. There were two guys that where from India or Pakistan, or somewhere over there.

The rest of the passengers didn't take there eyes off those two the whole trip, including myself. I was the only redneck on the flight that I could tell. But again you come off sounding a little racist by calling everyone a "rednecks" that had thoughts about those two guys.

Of course, I didn't know I was a redneck until I thought the French Riviera was a foreign car. I knew I was a real redneck when my 4 year old grandson became a member of the NRA.

When a sign that says "Say No To Crack!" reminds me to pull up my pants. In an effort to watch my cholesterol, I now eat Spam Lite.

I have refused to watch the Academy Awards since "Smokey and the Bandit" was snubbed for best picture.

My wife has "ammo" on her Christmas list, so I guess I am a redneck. Which to me means, Duty, Honor and Country.

"Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you can be, what you will be. They are your rallying point to build courage when courage seems to fail, to regain faith when there seems to be little cause for faith, to create hope when hope becomes forlorn."
Douglas MacArthur

Bob and Cathy said...

I voted for McCain/Palin yesterday.

All over I see the same stupid comments that basically say this...."if you don't vote for Obama you are a racist".

Damn, I am prejudiced. Whenever I see a woman's name, she gets my vote. (shhh...I would have voted for Hillary if she ran)

As far as I am concerned, Obama is just another man who will screw things up.

How are those beans?

Craig said...

Dennis, your reply to anonymous is a little disappointing as it seems to be over defensively avoiding the point, which are that your 'quotes' are twisted out of context. As an outside observer I just cannot get my head around why anybody would vote for more of the same given that the last two terms have been such a raging success (tanked economy, 2 un-winnable wars), but maybe I'm missing something...

Juan said...

Mac got my vote today.
To me "BO"(Hussein)with his Kenyan Father, Indonesian Stepfather, Hippie Mom, growing up in Hawaii (where natives have a problem with non-natives) and Muslim Faith 'till his late 20's compared to MAC who was not as lucky as "BO" with so many choices and influences, The poor Mac had only 1 choice: Good old USA.
Just like trading, keep it simple.

Juan.

Anonymous said...

It saddens me to see Americans claim to be patriotic, while bashing religious freedom, and while repeating lies and distortions, spreading fear and loathing. Granted, this seems to be the norm in our country these days and both the right and the left are guilty of this to some degree. It saddens me even more to see people tout their Christianity in one post and in the next post pass along lies that could easily be exposed as such. That is NOT Christian OR American.
Shame on you Dennis. You should know better. Attack on policy. Attack on politics. Please don't attack on lies.

Sport said...

Yea, it's almost as bad as posting a comment using anonymous ID. At least I stand for something and don't hide.....

Gary54 said...

Concerning the comments by Anonymous made on 10/26 . . . Anonymous proclaims certain statements made in the blog are NOT Christian and NOT American. Perhaps Anonymous will elaborate and draw a contrast between what is correct Christian, American attitudes and the flawed non Christian, non American views he has read in the blog. It seems history is full of individuals such as Anonymous who take it upon themselves to decide what is proper religion and do us the favor of defining it and correcting out mis steps along the way. I assume Anonymous is well versed in the writings of Joseph McCarthy. Who better to know UnAmerican when he sees it than McCarthy? Anonymous is keeping the tradition of exposing UnAmerican activities alive. Thank you Anonymous, your comments go a long way in reminding me where the real yet subtle danger resides.