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Keith, Obama has no such ethical guideline as yours

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Submitted by wharold (Canada), Nov 3, 2008 at 03:00

Keith, Obama has been far from up front about his background and alliances; the MSN has shilled for the Big 0 for two years, looking into nothing and therefore, reporting same. Obama has not been scrutinized, as you say, in fact, he hasn't given a press conference in over a month but promises to "give" one on Nov 5.

Luckily we all found everything there was to know about "Joe the plumber" inside of two days. Obama doesn't like the Constitution as it isn't sufficiently Marxist and in that it doesn't mandate the redistribution of wealth by law. He said so in 2001 which would be a logical statement given the alliances he had and sought out. Do you want your president to have worked for many years very closely with a man (Bill Ayers) who's terrorist group dedicated their manifesto to RFK's assassin? Do you think that'll be "cool" in a post-modern way?

From ACORN to Project Vote, Obama has deep alliances with "community" organizations dedicated to voter fraud, so I don't know how you manage to suspend reality to say things like, "Sure, I want Senator Obama to win but I am not willing to lie, cheat, and steal or what ever it takes to do that." Obama has no such ethical guideline as yours. What Marxist does?


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