Tuesday, October 07, 2008


DID YOU READ our previous post? If not, please oblige. Then face some facts about our Democratic nominee.

Does not this Obama-Odinga relationship, just like so many of his past relationships, barrel directly to the question of Obama's oft-stated position of his supposed superior judgement? Of course it does. And no, his judgment is not only not superior in any sense of the word, and is not even ordinary, but is demonstrably suspect.

Raila Odinga, running on the slogan—Agent of Change—lost the race for President of Kenya in December 2007 and shortly thereafter waged a campaign of widespread ethnic warfare in protest of this loss. Following the post-electoral crisis that resulted in the deaths of 1,500 people and the displacement of 600,000 more, Odinga took office as Prime Minister, at the head of a national unity government, in April 2008.

Read more in this posting by Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs—which is also home to a frightening exposé of the candidate's citizenship controversy, as well.

To be clear about this, on August 2007, Odinga signed an agreement with Islamic extremists to institute Islamic Law should he be elected President of Kenya, and he vowed to end cooperation with the United States in the war against terror. We have one question. Why did the junior senator from Illinois actively campaign for him on the American tax dollar? When Obama went to Kenya in August of 2006, he was hosted by Raila and spoke in praise of him at rallies in Nairobi…

Obama’s bias for his fellow Luo (tribe) was so blatant that a Kenya government spokesman denounced Obama during his visit as Raila’s “stooge.”

Obama’s older brother still lives in Kenya. Abongo “Roy” Obama is a Luo activist and a militant Muslim who argues that the black man must “liberate himself from the poisoning influences of European culture.” (sounds a bit like Reverend Jeremiah Wright, doesn’t he?

To further undermine democratic elections, our own democratically elected president, Bush, as well as the extremely undemocratically appointed EU beaurocrats urged power sharing between Odinga and the duly elected Mwai Kibaki:

Asked in a Reuters interview whether Kibaki and Odinga should share power, President Bush remarked: “I believe that they have an opportunity to come together in some kind of arrangement that will help heal the wounds of a closely divided election.”

The European Union urged them to form a coalition government, a plan that was then put into play.

Imagine having foreign nations demand that John Kerry or Al Gore share power with Bush—or Obama share with McCain for that matter*#151;if a hotly contested election is the result.

Combine more than two decades of hate inspiring rhetoric of Reverend Wright & Louis Farakhan, the re-education camps and explosive ambitions and experiences of William Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn (& their Weather Underground cohorts), the varied and expanding financial links to Middle Eastern/anti-American/pro-sharia interests—with the current democratic nominee. Add a global media industry fully engaged in pro-Obama advocacy under the guise of anti-racism memes.

A recipe for political pandemonium.

In breaking news, Jerome Corsi, who wrote the book called The Obama Nation went to Kenya recently to dig into more about Obama. He has being jailed by Kenyan immigration officials, who announced today they are releasing but deporting Corsi.The DEmocratic camp has said it has no comment on these developments.

Obama, change you can believe in...

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