barak's Judgement

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    BHO is running on his vague platform of change and extols his exemplary judgement in lieu if experience in matters of state. but what of his so called judgement? I remember the old saying "show me your friends and I'll tell you who you are" and looking at bho's friends i wonder.

    Let's see we all know about rev wright so enough said there,

    but what about bill, the weatherman ayers, a home grown terrorist that bombed gov't buildings and wishes he had done more

    http://noquarterusa.net/blog/2008/05/07/just-a-guy-in-baracks-neighborhood/

    http://noquarterusa.net/blog/2008/04/16/obama-asked-about-william-ayers-in-tonights-debate/

    http://noquarterusa.net/blog/2008/05/03/stomp-on-this/

    is it me or does bho "judge" people who hate this country as being worthy of his loyalty and respect???

    makes you wonder who will be his picks for cabinet not to mention any supreme court judges he may nominate


    P.S. do you think if mccain felt the same way about bill ayers as bho that he would be given a pass on it??
     
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    McCain likes to fondle the balls of G. Gordon Liddy, who went to prison for subverting the Constitution. Liddy also advised his radio audience that, when confronted by federal agents, they should shoot them in the head because they wear flack jackets.

    Obama sat on a board with Ayers. Big fucking deal. McCain praised Liddy on his radio show, and allowed Liddy to host McCain fundraisers in Liddy's home.

    McCain openly seeks support from a man who advocates headshots for federal agents, and the corporate media has yet to say jack shit about it.
     
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    For the dem faithful, Obama can do nothing wrong. After the stucco falls off of him, there's really not much left.
     
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    "Let's see we all know about rev wright so enough said there, "

    to be honest. the only thing he said (and i've watched the whole 40 mintues speech to NAACP)

    the only thing i found offensive was the asine suggestion that the us gov started AIDS...course that was also in the context of the tuskeegee deal...and lord know the gov has actually done shitting things.

    so i mean to condem obama because he knows someone who said sompin stupid?

    when we can just condem GW cause everything the man says is stupid?
     
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    plus i don't think those people even hate america

    they are simply pissed at some of the things it has done.

    that's a big difference.
     
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    a lot of the things rev wright said that got people all riled up were true. the big exception was the aids claim, which was rediculous. I don't agree with the conclusions he draws or the context in which he brings up many of these historical facts, but to write (no pun intended) off obama because he attended the largest church in chicago seems a little extreme, especially since he hasnt himself expressed these views (at least not that im aware of). nearly every politician has connections with extremists
     
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    Oprah had the good judgement to leave the church....why didn't BO?
     
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    It isn't the largest church in Chicago, Meeks is. You may be thinking it's the largest of UCC in nation?
     
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    prolly the same reason all the catholics didn't stop being catholics when the pope condemned america for the iraq war.
     
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    He didn't condemn the US or the war; just because newspapers put that in the headline, doesn't make it so:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/2654109.stm
     

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