May 20, 2008

Obama: Outside Looking In

I suppose I should apologize for the lack of updates. To all that have emailed, all is well, I've just been terribly busy with work recently. Rest assured that the blogging will return very soon with fresh updates regarding how Obama's campaign is being viewed overseas here in Southeast Asia.

To my compatriots back home, many who are war weary and hopelessy enslaved by political correctness, it is difficult to explain exactly how a vote for Obama = a vote for appeasement, but what Americans are playing with is "fire".

In many ways I'm shocked to hear how my original reporting on Obama has been refered to by the mainstream media as simply rumours and fear mongering. It is amazing how so many Americans will trust CNN and simply dismiss everyone else "out of hand".

With your support we can win, we can expose CNN and Obama for the lies they have told the American people. And with your support I will do all that is required to see that Obama never sees the White House.

Never in my life have I been so outspoken, but then again, I've seen the other side and I know exactly how the prospects of an Obama presidency will be perceived.

Obama must be stopped at all costs.

Say tuned.


  1. Is is possible that his presidency could be helpful?

    Recovering alcoholics say that you never get any real change until you really "hit bottom."

    Could Obama somehow enable this to happen in 8 years time?

    What would have to happen here for Americans (among others) to recognize the war that Islam Ascendant implies? Including "soft jihad." Could the West appease itself into situations that alarm people awake?

    I don't know if this logic is valid, and it is a big question, bigger than I have knowledge to analyze it with.

    But I think that that may ultimately be the main strategic direction open to us.

  2. I don't know you, of course, but --

    In stark contrast to you own statements, I say, Obama must be all costs.

  3. Obama is the dream of the elites.
    Don't expect thanks from his adoring fans.
    Me, I supported Hillary: Better a crooked politician who has cojones than a wimp who despises working folks and never read Hayak.
    But then, I'm prejudiced, like most white women/Asians/Hispanics.

  4. The Politics of the Big Lie (vs. all the little lies)

    In the beginning, there was only Iowa. Iowa, innocent and unknown, was most likely tiring of all the political focus. Iowa was weary of the political saturation from the ceaseless efforts of ten presidential candidates, no twelve, okay, maybe more than a dozen. At some point Iowa just wanted it over. There were so many political ideas, ways of ‘getting IT done’, and ‘this is the right process’, that it was confusing. I mean they (the dozen or so presidential hopefuls) professed solutions that were in complete conflict with each other. They were downright divergent. They were ‘all the little lies’ to anyone who thought differently from whomever was espousing the idea or remedy of the day.
    So where is a ‘Big Lie’? Was there a ‘Big Lie’ too? Yes, it was in Iowa. It happened in December. It fell from the lips of the candidate who would later claim victory (albeit: the slimmest of victories, a meager third of the vote) in the Democratic Caucus. He said (and this is a quote from the NY Times), “….the only nuclear legislation that I’ve passed. I just did that last year….” (The Big Lie). This was in response to a discussion on leaks in Illinois of nuclear plant groundwater contamination. Nuclear contamination.
    Again, I quote the author, Mike McIntire from his February 3, 2008 article in the New York Times, titled, Nuclear Leaks and Response Tested Obama in Senate.
    The Big Lie was told to a crowd in Iowa and was in response to nuclear plant regulation concerns. It went like this…

    “…Mr. Obama scolded Exelon and federal regulators for inaction and introduced a bill to require all plant owners to notify state and local authorities immediately of even small leaks. He has boasted of it on the campaign trail, telling a crowd in Iowa in December that it was “the only nuclear legislation that I’ve passed.”
    “I just did that last year,” he said, to murmurs of approval.

    A close look at the path his legislation took tells a very different story. While he initially fought to advance his bill, even holding up a presidential nomination to try to force a hearing on it, Mr. Obama eventually rewrote it to reflect changes sought by Senate Republicans, Exelon (contributed over $225,000 to Obama) and nuclear regulators. The new bill removed language mandating prompt reporting and simply offered guidance to regulators, whom it charged with addressing the issue of unreported leaks…”

    It is ‘The Big Lie’ because he never passed the legislation, many in Iowa believed him, and the Illinois senator was never quizzed about it. He then moved forward basing a part of his entire campaign on something he didn’t do, but said he did.
    To base your first win on ‘The Big Lie’ is to have the rest of your wins cast in that shadow of your ‘First Big Lie’. Judgment is critical to Senator Obama’s presidential hopes. He has little else, no bills or legislation of his own passed, no lengthy time in the US Senate, and maybe just his veracity as his only virtue. But where is that ‘good judgment’, and veracity, if you told ‘The Big Lie’ first?

    A. Ross Morris

  5. Looking forward to a bang up 4th of July, Mr. Expat. Cheers.

  6. "In stark contrast to you own statements, I say, Obama must be all costs" says rich stadler...

    You're kidding, right?

    I mean McCain isn't my choice by any stretch but do you really want to see a neo-marxist moron defiling the Oval Office?

    Are YOU willing to shell out the TOTAL costs of an Obama Presidency?

    From the Tax Foundation: First Hard Numbers on Obama Tax Plan Show Dramatic Tax Redistribution

    "Under the Obama plan for 2009," explains Hodge, "more than $131 billion would be redistributed from the top 1 percent of taxpayers to all other taxpayers."

    As a result, the top 1 percent of households would pay more federal taxes of all kinds than the bottom 80 percent of households. That lopsided distribution under Obama does include payroll taxes and other federal taxes, but it excludes the new payroll tax hike that Obama plans to levy on people making more than $250,000 because details about that plan are currently unclear.

    "In other words," says Hodge, "it is at this point a cautious estimate to say that in 2009, under Obama's plan, 1.13 million Americans would pay more in all federal taxes than 128 million of their fellow citizens combined."

    Obama, Hagel, Cantwell, Smith Hail Committee Passage of the Global Poverty Act

    "With billions of people living on just dollars a day around the world, global poverty remains one of the greatest challenges and tragedies the international community faces," said Senator Obama. "It must be a priority of American foreign policy to commit to eliminating extreme poverty and ensuring every child has food, shelter, and clean drinking water. As we strive to rebuild America's standing in the world, this important bill will demonstrate our promise and commitment to those in the developing world. Our commitment to the global economy must extend beyond trade agreements that are more about increasing corporate profits than about helping workers and small farmers everywhere. I commend Chairman Biden and Ranking Member Lugar for supporting this bill and moving it forward quickly."

    Maybe you should do some HOMEWORK first...

    Barack Obama's Stealth Socialism

    Election '08: Before friendly audiences, Barack Obama speaks passionately about something called "economic justice." He uses the term obliquely, though, speaking in code — socialist code...


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