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Obama's Leftist Conundrum

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Submitted by Judith D (United States), Nov 29, 2011 at 16:01

How can one deny Obama's leftist anti-Semitic leanings when he alone as a candidate for President in 2008 visited 57 states. We have 50, the Islamic nations are 57 to my recollection. He spent several years listening to anti-Semitic rants at Jeramiah Wright's church in Chicago and according to several news sources in the past accepted money from Kahlidi the anti-Semitic Palestinian for his educational expenses in college. The guy has a long history he did not try to hide. Now he faces having to make choices regarding the Islamist's he wishes to support and those he does not, and perhaps none of us will ever know why he chooses as he does.

We see him switching loyalties which do not make sense but he has his reasons. He, himself, is a conundrum. He pandered to minorities during his campaign and then went out of his way to pass legislation that would and did certainly put them out of work for a very long time. He raves against the financially successful people in the U.S. and encourages class warfare, and then goes golfing more than 80 times during his short presidency. You never see him in the communities he pandered to in the South Side of Chicago, the industrial areas of the country, or the inner-city areas of "kids-at-risk." Contradiction after contradiction would lead the thinking person to believe the only consistency of his man's persona is inconsistency.

So what does it all mean? Perhaps someone owns his soul and is paying big money to him to create confusion and anger among the masses of humanity for a reason, perhaps to create a country divided against itself...or, perhaps he's just not a smart guy and would do better working for the U.N. In the meantime, perhaps he's just enjoying the fun. He is not a serious president, but he is dangerous.


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