What have we Learned after Nearly 3 Years of Obama?

By | December 1, 2011

In his National Review Article, Professor Victor Davis Hanson breaks out this startling statistic:

The U.S. government is already borrowing every three days what all of America spent on Black Friday.

He continues with his Obamavisceration:

Even the Nobel Prize committee will soon grasp that it tarnished its brand by equating fleeting celebrity with lasting achievement.

And a final warning/lesson we who wish to see Obama defeated in 2012 fail to heed at the peril of our nation as we know it and of Liberty in general:

One lesson, however, has not fully sunk in and awaits final elucidation in the 2012 election: that of the Chicago style of Barack Obama’s politicking…in his first political race, in 1996, Barack Obama sued successfully to remove his opponents from the ballot. Or that in his race for the U.S. Senate eight years later, sealed divorced records for both his primary- and general-election opponents were mysteriously leaked by unnamed Chicagoans…Obama was the first presidential candidate in the history of public campaign financing to reject it, or that he was also the largest recipient of cash from Wall Street in general, and from BP and Goldman Sachs in particular. Or that Obama was the first presidential candidate in recent memory not to disclose either undergraduate records or even partial medical…

We, you and me, we are the Media this time around and our job is to complete the ‘vetting’ of Barack Obama that wasn’t even begun in 2008 or earlier and to distribute what we and others find Far and Wide.

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