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The comprehensive argument against Barack Obama

October 21, 2008

I could spend more time trying do to it myself but three bloggers have put it together for me:  The comprehensive argument against Barack Obama.

It’s chock full of video, links and pithy arguments. Ed Morrissey is one of the fairest guys out there. Check it out and chime in back here if you have time. I would espcially check out the “Radical Associations” piece (esp. the video of Bill Ayers where he’s wearing a “open minds” t-shirt.) Also, on a quick read, the “race card” section looks good. Spread it around.

From their summation:

Perhaps if Barack Obama had taken more time to build his resumé – especially with executive experience – he might have made a more compelling candidate, and might have demonstrated at least a little of the moderation he has claimed. Instead, Democrats want America to support at once the most radical and least qualified candidate for President in at least a century. They have tried to conceal this with the complicity of a pom-pom-waving national media that has shown much more interest in the political background of a plumber from Ohio than in a major-party candidate for President.

America deserves better than that. Voters deserve the truth from the press, not vague cheers of “hope” and “change” while willfully ignoring or air-brushing Obama’s record. We hope to set that record straight with our essay.

Much of the support I see of Obama trusts him to do things differently than he has promised. I think that is a dangerous hope.

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