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Hopefully were no Obama-nation

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With Barack Hussein Obama clinching the Democratic nomination for president one thing is clear: They’ve nominated the most radical, left-wing Marxist candidate in their shaded history.

And, that’s not to mention the one with the least meaningful experience of anyone in my memory.

Where’s the hue and cry about "no gravitas?"

I’m sure you were taken aback when I mentioned "Marxist."

However, there is much in his background that leads me to that conclusion.

There are a lot of skeletons in Mr. Obama’s closet; enough to supply Halloweens for years to come. What’s positively astounding is the mainstream media’s kissy-face relationship with Obama from the onset of his campaign.

They’ve gotten chills up their legs when he has spoken, had their hearts go pitty-pat, and he’s made them forget the really tough questions they needed to ask – if they ever had any they really wanted to ask.

Oh, we’ve become familiar with Obama’s radical preacher, Jeremiah Wright, but no one has asked him about Wright’s hero, James Cone.

Any time Wright was interviewed he’d hammer at the interviewer asking if they’d read any of Cone’s books.

Cone is the black militant who is the father of the doctrine known as "black liberation theology" and his 1969 book, "Black Theology and Black Power," is a second Bible in the Trinity United Church of Christ, Obama’s former church.

I’m convinced he resigned to avoid any further questions, however, there are quite a few questions yet needing answers.

Questions such as has Obama read any of Cone’s books and does he agree with what Cone wrote?

Has Obama taught Sunday school classes on Cone’s theology?

Cone believes Jesus Christ was black, that blacks are the true chosen people and Africa is the Promised Land.

Does Obama share those beliefs?

Cone believes the white man is the "devil" and the white church is the "anti-Christ."

Does Obama share those beliefs?

Cone’s protégé is Dwight Hopkins.

Hopkins teaches black theology at Obama’s former church.

Did Obama ever hear Hopkins speak or did he ever attend classes held by Hopkins?

Obama’s preachers all believe the notion that the American government cooked up the HIV virus to destroy black people.

Does Obama hold with that belief?

It has been widely reported about Obama’s close relationship with former Weather Underground terrorists William Ayres and Bernadine Dohrn.

David Horowitz and Peter Collier detail the goings on of these two in his book "Destructive Generation."

That book should be a must read for everyone now that Obama’s relationship with these two is of no small consequence.

In the book Horowitz tells about Ayres’ reaction to not being prosecuted because of surveillance techniques the FBI used.

He sneeringly said, "Guilty as hell, free as a bird. Isn’t America a great country?"

Too bad he didn’t mean it. Bernadine Dohrn described herself as "a revolutionary Communist."

These two are unrepentant in their beliefs and Ayres stated shortly after 9/11 he regretted they didn’t do more (bomb more buildings, that is).

They cheered for a Communist victory in Vietnam, visited Havana and Hanoi. Tom Hayden of "Progressives for Obama" once wrote a letter urging a Communist military victory over America and was involved with Ayres and Dohrn. Some friends.

One of Obama’s close associates, Tony Rezko, was just recently convicted of multiple crimes.

It was Rezko who helped Obama get his $1.6 million home in Chicago and part an adjoining lot so they could have a really nice property. Just one more of his troubling associations.

In Obama’s 1995 book, Dreams from My Father, he wrote of the great influence on him of a man named "Frank."

Among other things, according to Obama’s book, "Frank" told him blacks had a reason to hate and he should not believe all that sh*t about the American way of life. Gerald Horne, a history professor at the University of Houston and a contributing editor to the Communist Party journal Political Affairs, disclosed that "Frank" is really Frank Marshall Davis.

It has been confirmed Davis was a significant influence over Obama during the three or four years Davis was his mentor and played a great part in the formation of Obama’s political views.

Davis was a member of the Communist Party and moved to Honolulu from Kansas in 1948 at the suggestion of his good friend and secret CPUSA member, Paul Robeson.

Speculation is that Obama covered up the identity of "Frank" because of the notoriety surrounding Davis’ political views. After all this was a black Communist who stayed with the Party long after some others broke with it.

Perhaps the most disturbing thing is what Obama wrote in The Audacity of Hope.

He said if the political wind went wrong, he’d come down on the side of the Muslims.

Doesn’t that give you a sense of security in the face of the terrorist threat we now face, that a potential president has written he’d side with the enemy? It’s high time Barack Hussein Obama was fully vetted and his views closely examined.

It’s my opinion they come nowhere close to matching mine.


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