The comprehensive case against Barack Obama

October 22, 2008

In case you’re undecided and don’t have time to read David Freddoso’s book, this post at Hot Air makes a good summary case of why we should not want Barack Obama to be president: CLOSING THE DEAL

Don’t be put off by the web site. Yes, Hot Air is solidly and loudly conservative. But, Ed Morrissey and Mary Katherine Ham are fair-minded writers. (I’m not familiar with the third writer, Guy Benson.) Their arguments are thoughtful, not sensational. They talk, rather than scream. They back up their arguments with Obama’s own words. I think it’s well worth your time.

One note: The post isn’t wholly comprehensive, since it leaves out Obama and the Democrats’ support for the Orwellian "Employee Free Choice Act," which, if passed, means the end of secret ballots in union elections. For more about this, read here, here, and, for a possible shock to those of you who remember George McGovern, here.

LINKS: Tigerhawk thinks a vote for Obama is a vote against democracy, and has more about the EFCA here. Fausta has video of Obama’s pledge to gut the military.

 


Another one of Barack Obama’s pals….

October 22, 2008

In this case, Rashid Khalidi, radical Palestinian intellectual and former PLO terrorist. Martin Kramer has followed Khalidi’s career for years and links to some very informative articles.

(hat tip: LGF)

 


The battle of Pennsylvania

October 22, 2008

McCain-Palin is battling to flip Pennsylvania to the "red" column, and a 527 called Let Freedom Ring has a series of commercials out, making the points McCain himself has been reluctant to make. Here are two for the Keystone State. Roll’em, Tito!

 

I think they’re pretty effective and, Heaven knows, there’s fertile ground there given the contempt Obama, Biden, and their own congressman have show for western Pennsylvanians. Don’t forget, Hillary clobbered Obama here late in the primaries. I don’t think two many of those Democratic voters have changed their opinion of The One since then.

But, will it be enough? Nailbiting

(via Pax Parabellum)

 


Sarah Palin on CNN

October 22, 2008

A surprisingly good interview, given the network, but the reporter, Drew Griffin, has done good work covering ACORN’s shenanigans in Indiana — almost alone among the MSM. Anyway, I think Governor Palin handles herself well in this encounter and reinforces the notion that Team McCain made a mistake keeping her in a cocoon for those first few weeks after the convention. Roll the tape, Tito:

Part one:

 

Regardless of McCain winning or losing in November, you’re looking at my candidate for 2012. Happy

(via Ace)

UPDATE: I replaced the crappy CNN embed code with links from YouTube which I know will work. Lesson for the future: skip CNN embeds.


The silenced majority

October 22, 2008

From Doug Ross:

Read the whole thing. It’s a thorough, damning list.

(via Fausta)

 

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I am Spartacus!

October 22, 2008

..er… Joe!

 

But where’s my hero, Tito Munoz?

If McCain pulls this out, he owes Palin, Wurzelbacher, and Munoz some very big thank-you cards. Big Hug

LINKS: Hot Air, Confederate Yankee.