Sunday, August 24, 2008
More Reasons Why I Despise Barack Obama
Life is not all flowers, trees, and rainbows. Life also is not fair. I despise Obama because he is a despicible human being. He would kill a newborn baby outside the womb if that's what the woman wanted (solely because that is what the woman wanted). On that point alone, I do not see any redeeming qualities in him. His speeches annoy me to no end. He speaks a lot of words and yet he says nothing. He wants to turn the United States of America into the Divided Socialist States of America. The rock star mentality does not appeal to me. I don't care how many Hollywood moonbats support him, I WILL NOT EVER support Barack Hussein Obama. BHO is NOT patriotic. He wants to destroy this country. He wants to bankrupt our country to "save" the Third World because he says we don't give enough. I have news for him: America is the world's most generous nation. Period. We don't need a $2,500 per capita tax to prove how generous we are. Who sent aid to Georgia? Who sent aid after the Myanmar cyclone (which THEIR gov't refused)? Who sent aid after the tsunami in Indonesia? We did. Barack Oshama is out of touch with reality and real America. He is more liberal than Hillary Clinton (as if that is possible). John McCain finished near the bottom of his class because he partied too hard -- and he will readily admit that. At least he was not bolstered to the top of his class because his Daddy was an admiral. He earned his class position. As far as McCain's "agents of intolerance comment is concerned, I have this to say: Have you ever heard Reverands Robertson or Falwell??? Some of the things they say make me cringe, and I consider myself ultra conservative and Evangelical. Also, liberals fail to remember that we conservatives don't agree with McCain 100% of the time. Heck, I don't agree with my husband 100% of the time, and I love him more than life itself. Liberals can be pretty black and white too. They seem to think that conservatives must agree with McCain 100% of the time. I would rather agree with someone 60% of the time (McCain) than agree with someone 0% of the time (Obama). If I agree with you 0% of the time, it means that I disagree with you 100% of the time. It is not a hard concept to understand. It's one thing to vote one way and then realise later that you made a mistake (hindsight is 20/20). It's another thing entirely to gloat and dwell on your mistake or change of heart ad nauseum. It's also bad when you try to revise your own history on your position or vote or when you constantly flip-flop to gain the support of whoever it is you are trying to pander to. McCain has said that even though he did not vote for Bush's tax cuts, he will keep them in place if he is elected. The only position that Obama holds continuously is that abortion is okay from conception to birth. Obama would never had told the people of Pennsylvania or Ohio that all they do is cling to their guns and religion, but he did say that about working-class Americans to a group of San Francisco liberals. Unlike most liberals, most conservatives do not see many gray areas. We are black and white because we take a position on an isssue. To most conservatives, sitting on the fence is not a valid position at all, it's a cop-out (and besides, sitting on fences hurts).