I was linked to a couple posts about Obama recently, both very long, and both seemed to have countless hours of research behind them. See article 1, and article 2. Guess which one drove me to decide to vote for Obama?

Go oh, guess.

I’ll give you more time if you need it.

Come on, bitch. Let’s go, I don’t have all day.

Both of them.

You see, the KOS article there has a lot of nice specific references and verifiable content about Obama’s stances, the bills he’s introduced, the bills he’s co-sponsored, and the successes he’s seen in his legislative service.

The Freedom’s Enemies article, however, proves a different point. It’s a smear, and an ineffective one at that, largely because it spends very little time addressing the man himself, and more time addressing his ancestry. It is trying to paint a picture of Obama as some kind of Muslim Manchurian Candidate, programmed by his communist mother and radical islamic father to insert himself into this country and take it over, for, uh.. the islamofascist-socialists, I guess. But the overall picture is more clear. Anytime a page whose stated purpose is to inform the world that “Islamic radicals and their supporters on the left have made systematic efforts to numb the United States and its allies to the threat of radical Islam.”? That’s a page worth disagreeing with.

I’m well aware of the logical fallacy of “My enemy’s enemy is my friend” but in this case I’m willing to make an exception.

2 thoughts on “Fascinating…

  1. i can’t believe the recent greg oden blog on his reasons for voting for obama, including his recent conversation with the guy, didnt even get a mention.


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