Friday, June 27, 2008

Something Wicked This Way Comes

In August of this year, the democrats will stage their convention in Denver. They have picked a left wing ideologue who will say anything to get elected. This political “hollow man” stresses that he will bring change to our nation and abandon the Bush administration’s foreign and domestic policies.

I have no doubt that Obama will bring change. That’s the real problem. Obama talks a lot about change but provides very few details. It’s too easy to point out the problems of a sitting President, especially when we are involved in a fierce global war against terrorism, the economy is shaky, and oil prices are skyrocketing.

So what the hell will Obama do to change any of that? He can’t tell us, and the democratic controlled Congress won’t help him either. Since the democrats took over congress in 2006, oil prices have soared, the housing market has collapsed, and their only response is to go after the oil companies, which don’t set oil prices, propose amnesty for illegal aliens, obsess over athletes on steroids, try to impeach Bush for war crimes, and declare defeat in Iraq. Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Jack Murtha, the three top dems in congress, have been exposed as fools.

Obama wants to pull our troops out of Iraq. Sounds great, but in the last year the US military and the Iraqi government have made huge strides in securing that country. Does Obama really want to abandon those people and declare defeat for the US? How can you diminish our stature like that and still expect to sit down with the leader of Iran and be respected? This junior Senator will get eaten alive, and he’s too arrogant to realize that fact.

Obama as president will never have the chance to enact major domestic change because he will be assaulted early in his term by those bent on our destruction. His attentions will be focused on fighting those forces because he is weak-willed and pandering to those who oppose the US. And they are lying in wait. Israel may even be considering an attack on Iran if Obama is elected because they fear Obama will be a reincarnation of Jimmy Carter impotency.

The truth of the matter is that Obama actually stands for nothing. His message of change is as hollow as his personality. He is a slick politician who has attained “rock star” status in the Senate because of media hype, not because of achievement. Barack is a shallow opportunist who will say anything to get elected. I didn’t support Hillary, but I’d vote for her in a minute if I had to choose between the two.

Let’s not elect a straw man to the presidency, face it, even Perot would be a better choice than Obama…at least he’s accomplished something.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Success!! -- PUMA vs HOUND / Ed Rendell and the DNC take NOTICE !! Jun 28, '08 3:00 PM
for everyone

Good Saturday to you, fellow PUMAs!


Here is a reward for all your efforts, time, focus, and hard work:


http://riverdaughter.wordpress.com/2008/06/28/saturday-ed-youre-making-this-too-easy/


(...a *huge* "Thank you" to Riverdaughter at the Confluence for bringing this to our attention!!)


We have Ed Rendell and the DNC concerned... and on the run!


And be sure to read his "One Last Point"! Primary reform is why so many of us are PUMAs in the FIRST place! We are making a difference!


However! Don't let this appease you in ANY way! We MUST keep the pressure on, now more than ever !! You now know more than ever that we are a force to be reckoned with, so onward PUMA soldiers!


Thank you!


Your fellow PUMA,


Will

CKAinRedStateUSA said...

If, indeed, something wicked this way comes--and, it does, and it's name is Barack H. Obama and the leftist/Marxist/morally unanchored philosophies he bring--then it's up to us to stop that.

Well, actually, we'll need help from above, from the Lord.

This election is a test, it seems to me, of whether we in America have the will and remaining right to be free.

If we don't act, and Obama becomes the next president, then we'll know.

777denny said...

Good article.

I especially liked the part about "His message of change is as hollow as his personality. He is a slick politician who has attained “rock star” status in the Senate because of media hype, not because of achievement. Barack is a shallow opportunist who will say anything to get elected."

Sounds like he should be selected for a possible future entry in encyclopedias for the meaning of the word 'charlatan.'

NO! Obama nation!

Anonymous said...

After reading your article, I won't challenge your expertise on wickedness. It's important for Americans to not only understand how poorly republicans have run the country under Bush but how uncivil and mean spirited republicans can be. Please keep it up.