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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Just Words?

23 September 2008

Perhaps we who are veterans of Democrat Franklin Roosevelt's World War II, Harry Truman's Korean War and Lyndon Johnson's Vietnam War are among those Barack Obama wants to argue with the Republicans and Independents - to "get in their face." If so, we can do that, but we need help from the Democrat party leadership.

We need the Democratic National Committee to explain to us how our "opponents" are lying when they say the senator received more political monetary contributions from "Fannie Mae" and "Freddie Mac" than any other politician except the chief of the senate banking and housing committee, Christopher Dodd.

The DNC must tell us what to say when our "adversaries" claim Barack is a communist whose close and durable relationships with communists and bomb throwers like William Ayers, Bernadine Dohrn and Frank Marshall Davis helped mould his political leanings. Should we assert Obama is not a communist when his every proposal for new legislation calls for transfer of wealth and nationalization of industrial production?

The DNC must tell us how we should explain Barry Hussein's "post-national" stance - why he asserts he is a "citizen of the world," and is reluctant to demonstrate any affinity for the Flag of The United States. Is he simply a man without a country?

Cliff Kincaid, Jerome Corsi, David Freddoso and others have documented their critical information on Barack Obama. (See "Special Report on Barack Obama," "The Obama Nation," and "The Case Against Barack Obama.") When will the DNC provide specific refutations of published assertions?

Absentee ballots are already being cast. The only way this urgently needed information will reach the electorate in the few weeks remaining is in video; e.g., television. By and large, we get our news and views from television, not talk radio. Getting in the faces of adversaries on the street is useless if we don't have supporting facts to articulate.

Francis Baker
POMIL Research Analyst


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