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Why I think Obama is a Very Bad
F. Earle Fox
(This began as an email to my family...)
Xxxx, we may all be a little bit racist, but I do have a different opinion
of Obama from you.
I do not think he is any part of a good
president, or that he is being honest with the America people -- beginning
with his outlandish refusal to be up front on his birth cert. The only
rationally possible reason he can be doing this is that he does not have
And if there are other reasons for doing
so, they would probably also disqualify him. His secrecy bellows at us that
he is not trustworthy -- until proven otherwise. How can we
rationally come to any other conclusion? Secrecy where openness is demanded
is prima facie evidence for dishonesty -- until proven
otherwise. And how is it possible to prove either way other than by an
open and honest trial of the facts? Is not that what our courts are for?
So why is there resistance to being in that way open and honest? Well, it
is not "nice".
As I have asked in other emails on this
subject -- as yet unanswered: if someone came to you to build a bridge you
wanted over a chasm, and said that he had all the credentials, degrees, and
licenses to do so, but would not show them to you, would you give him the
job -- knowing that your loved ones would be using the bridge, and that the
lives of many others depended on its being well built???
In addition to that, why would I approve
of someone who thinks killing little babies -- for any reason or no reason
at all -- is a good idea -- ? (Ask the little babies waiting to be born --
so to speak -- to "get off Obama's case...")
And why would I approve of someone who wants to mandate assisted
suicide for the elderly? (See page 425 of the "health bill".)
The "right to die" will soon become the "duty to die". Just as
the two ends of life on earth are being targeted, so will the middle -- when
Obama types think they can pull it off. No one is safe with such a
"nice" ?president?. Our government is becoming an accomplice to murder in
more and more ways. I should approve?
Why would I want to approve of someone
who thinks centralization of government is a good idea? rather than the
limited government given us by our founding fathers (and, oh, by the way, by
Centralization of government means
centralization of coercive power. Getting rid of guns does not get rid of
guns. They just go somewhere else. After all, to take them away from
people, you must yourself have them. The same people who want to remove
guns from citizens want to give them all to the govt. That is sanity?
Government (quite apart
from wartime battles) has done more killing and butchery than all other
sources combined, by a large margin. Read almost anything by R J Rummel
are things about Rummel's view with which I do not agree... But that is for
another story.) In all of those countries where government butchery took
place, the citizens had been disarmed -- for their own safety, of course.
A part of the successful brainwashing
which has been accomplished among us is our obsession with being "nice"
rather than factual or logical -- i.e., truthful. That is a prescription
for disaster, and we are headed right for it. It plays right into the
hands of the manipulator. Being "nice" turns out to be not nice at all.
Now I could be all wrong in my
assessment. So I ask, Xxxx, just supposing that what I am saying turned out
in fact to be the case, would that in any way change your opinion about
Obama and his program?
More and more Americans are waking up to
what we have done to ourselves. I pray that it will not be -- too late.
It is never too late to
follow Jesus, the already winner.
"Contemplate the mangled bodies of your countrymen, and then say what should
be the reward of such sacrifices? If ye love wealth better than liberty, the
tranquility of servitude than the animating contest of freedom, go from us
in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands
which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity
forget that ye were our countrymen!"
-- Samuel Adams, speech at the Philadelphia
State House, August 1, 1776.
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Date Posted - 08/05/2009 - Date
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