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Some Questions to Ponder

In prospect of the Obama presidency.

I don't have any answers, but I do have some questions that I believe are pertinent.

  1. Obama has spent most of his adult life consorting with Communists, America-haters, and/or racists who have made a very fine life for themselves in white-dominated, capitalistic America and who try to portray themselves to the world as anything but what they are.

    Why would somebody who has spent his life in close association with such people want to be president of the United States of America? And what would he really want to do as president of the USA? Or, why would they want him to be POTUS? What would they want him to do as POTUS?

  2. Obama's executive experience is either (a) so slight as to merit little notice, or (b) so bad as to require assignment to the memory hole, or (c) both.

    In a country and world rife with crises of all kinds, is Obama actually prepared to be the top decision-maker of the US federal government? And what will it take to show us whether he is? And why in the world are these considerations still to be pondered after his election?

  3. On the record, Obama's experience with the military is AFAIK non-existent.

    What will he do as Commander-in-Chief, especially considering (a) he has associated his whole life with people who consider the American military the locus of evil in the world and (b) he has no positive executive experience worth mentioning?

  4. What answers have our enemies — both foreign and domestic — given to these questions already?

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Wed. 01/07/09 08:04:58 AM
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