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Vindicated, unfortunately

Vindicated, unfortunately

Victor Davis Hanson (h/t Instapundit) writes of those who were skeptical of Obama:

The skeptics of 2008 proved prescient; those who demonized them should be embarrassed.

I was a skeptic from Day 1:

Obama may be a post-racial healer, or he may be someone who carefully uses race and false accusations of racism to advance his political career. Obama may not have known about Jeremiah Wright’s political race-baiting, or he may have known but not cared. Obama may be someone who views this country as inherently good, or he may secretly share the views of his political enabler, William Ayers, that this country is inherently bad. We may know Obama better than Jeremiah Wright and William Ayers know Obama, or we may not know Obama at all.

And on Day 2:

The suppression of legitimate political expression through false accusations of racism by the Obama campaign and its supporters is the defining theme of the 2008 campaign. This tactic, while it may be successful, is shameful and has damaged our society in ways we may not understand for years.

And on Day 3:

Barack Obama also is the deep thinker who ponders great things.  And the thing that Barack Obama seems to ponder most is his own greatness.  He doesn’t write biographies, he writes only autobiographies.  He gives speeches which he declares to be historic.  He recognizes his place in history long before he has created history.  This nation is but a stage upon which Barack Obama creates his life story, and it’s all about him….

Yet what great achievement has Barack Obama obtained other than his own political advancement? What historic law did he author, what historic court case did he argue, what historic battle did he fight, what cause greater than himself warranted more than a passing interest in his historic life?

And on Day 4:

Fear is stalking this land, and being stoked by Obama. The genius of Obama is that he has taken a message of fear, and sold it as hope. And the public buys it.

And on every day since those October 2008 posts.

Everything we see coming true on the streets is the culmination of three years of pitting American against American as a campaign and political strategy.

Now he’s got it down to a science, moving from the Top 5% to the Top 2% to the Top 1% to just “Wall Street.”

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Here are Brokaw and Rose talking about how little they actually know about Obama.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzMas1bVidw
The surreal stuff starts at 2:35. A complete suspension of common sense.

In the 1980’s Obama was predicted in this interview re-posted at moonbattery.com:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Iz3VjoHXLA&feature=player_embedded

I regret not seeing this interview in 1980s (I once was a brain-dead Liberal) however am thankful I finally saw it in 2002.

Yuri Bezmenov: Sleepers Emerge and Messiah Appears

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZHRgTskEhE&feature=related

I don’t have blogging proof, but I knew he was a phony empty suit, at best, from the beginning.

I became worried when the media jumped the shark when Obama, trying to wriggle free from the “Reverend” Wright controversy, for the first time made it not about him, but about everybody else … about America and its past sins.

Not only did the media watchdogs prove to be lapdogs, eating it all up, some actually called the painfully obvious diversion a “historic” speech and called for it to be mandatory teaching in our schools.

That’s when I knew we were in trouble.

And on the 1,386 day, the people will rise up and tell the Obamessiah verily:

“take thy false hope and thy false change, pack thy bag and GTFO.”

And shortly thereafter, there shall be much rejoicing in the land, hopefully with TEA (and possibly flavored with Black Walnut).

    FrankNitti in reply to Chuck Skinner. | October 18, 2011 at 7:27 am

    And on the 1,386 day, the people will rise up and tell the Obamessiah verily:

    “take thy false hope and thy false change, pack thy bag and GTFO.”

    And shortly thereafter, there shall be much rejoicing in the land, hopefully with TEA (and possibly flavored with Black Walnut).

    I likey…

I was a skeptic from Day -180

The first time I heard the name Bill Ayers uttered in relation to Obama I knew this would end badly. Everyone I warned told me I was crazy. Uh huh.

I remember quite well a similar experience in my youth. I went with friends to a travelling circus and as we passed a tent the barker was expounding on the marvels within; certainly they were wonders never seen by the likes of we, who stood in front of the tent, and our lives would be that more enriched if only we would pay the dollar to see what lay beyond the opening.

It was a dollar wasted. The marvels were drunks and addicts…apathy couched in a carnival atmosphere.

The 2008 elections had MSM barking the same pitch as old carnies from the midwest luring us to the wonders beyond the tent flap. I expect the 2012 elections will be the same tune with slightly altered lyrics. They’ll be busily trying to pass off horse manure as oatmeal cookies.

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