Take a look at this article by one of his former college classmates. What do you think?
http://www.lvrj.com/opinion/obama-s-age … 16764.html
Interesting summary, and interesting that it came from a former classmate. However, discerning intent is a wee bit different from quoting a conversation where the intent had been stated. I can't help but wonder if Mr. Root participated in any personal discussions or debates back in 1983 where the overall agenda for America had been discussed.
Not very convincing. Root says he was a classmate of President Obama. But I wonder if he ever actually meet him. A few members of my college class have gone on to do great things, but I never met any of them and wouldn't try to comment as he did in this article which strikes me as Libertarian B.S.
Reads to me like written by the neocon ministry of disinformation. Obama is 100% right wing corporate capitalist.
His agenda? The Kenyanization and Muslim takeover of this great country...
OH! and the persecution of Christians
Don't forget the fact that he's going to de-middle class America so he can usher in the New World Order, complete with a robotic hegemonic swarm, driven by a handful of men with shades and top-hats.
The only agenda Obama has is to be reelected and funnel as much taxpayer money to his campaign donors as he can. He has plenty of money, doesn't really give a damn about the rest of us. Just his image and his "legacy".
Pretty much a FOX News prime time show article.
For all of the "facts" he presented, there was nothing to support his assertion. Of course, its easy to throw dirt on a man trying to fill in a hole he didn't dig.
Typical neo con trash.
I wonder if you and Ron would like some cheese with all those w(h)ines?
Yes, preferably a nice Kenyan cheetah milk cheese.
Speaking of cheese and milk products....... the other day while watching a tv show about milk cows, horses were also mentioned. It had never occurred to me that horses might give drinkable milk too! I googled the subject, and unless it was a joke, horses' milk is consummable, they just don't produce as much milk as cows. And it would be expensive I imagine.
Forget the Kenyan cheetah milk, Ron! Or any cheetah milk. Bllllecckk. I don't trust milk from wild animals. ha
Out here a lot of people keep goats to milk.
My husband was given goat's milk during part of his childhood. He has some stomach problems, acid reflux, etc.
I've never tried it. Guess it's also expensive.
Whining would be the writer of the article. I'm just having a little bit of fun at the expense of all the people who are scared of the skinny guy with the funny name and the big ears...like you.
Yes indeed I am scared of a man who has the audacity to get on a public podium and say he wouldn't want his daughters punished with a baby, and who has the audacity to set foot in a church and proclaim tolerance for blasphemy.
But what's even scarier is the people who saw him do those things and still voted, and will probably vote again, for him.
It's common sense to be scared of wickedness. I advise you to run away from him while you still can!
I choose to vote for the individual who's policies align with my best interests. As such, I don't see any solutions that I as a rational individual would consider viable for the middle class being proposed by the other side.
My votes don't go to those who claim to be Christians and want to run the country as such. My Christian beliefs may not fit into their concept of what Christianity is. And if you weren't aware, Christianity is a religion of tolerance...at least as practiced by Jesus, even if it isn't as practiced by some of His followers.
Judge not lest you be judged. Be blessed.
And if you weren't aware of it, Jesus's message was REPENT, just as His predecessor John the Baptist's message was. It was not the message of extreme tolerance that our current "leader" Mr. Obama is trying to preach. Surely you conveniently forget that.
I'm glad you, Brenda, mentioned these audacious comments. I'd not known he'd said these things.
I've found out that several people didn't know he said those things! I sure did. I was really interested in what he had to say during his Campaign, so I watched a lot of his televised speeches. First of all, he's a Democrat, so I figured he'd be too liberal; but I watched to give him the benefit of the doubt. He lost me the minute he said that stuff about abortion. It was replayed over and over on the internet, too, so I guess I assumed most people knew what his morals were like; yet they still voted for him.
I've been accused time after time (as you can see Ron hinting above) of being racist when I speak against Obama, even by people who claim to hold to Christianity and conservative principles in general. In truth, my view of him had nothing to do with his skin color. As far as that, he himself is the one who brought that subject into the mix; he has said things that make his skin color an issue with HIM and others who have his agenda, in an attempt to drag us all into that issue. His naivete, or deliberate attempts (I dunno which) to make that an issue (as in the situation with the firefighter and the professor) is, to me, really a dangerous thing which has caused a huge amount of civil unrest in America. That's another reason I call him unfit for the Office he holds. Nobody's that unaware of the effect their words have, surely! So I'm to conclude that he does it deliberately.
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