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Bill Whittle Cites “1001 Reasons to Vote for Barack Obama” in Firewall Video

Bill Whittle, one of my favorite conservative commentators, gave a generous mention of 1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama in the July 17th edition of his video series “Firewall.” The first installment was originally entitled “1001 Reasons to Vote for Barack Obama,” but the irony was difficult to convey on New Media outlets so… Read More »

1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama: Closing Arguments

The following points have been demonstrated and documented over the course of the previous posts: President Obama was elected in part due to a deceptive media that failed to properly vet an obviously radical president. Candidate Obama had a lengthy left-wing track voting record compiled from his days as a state senator and U.S. Senator,… Read More »

1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama — Part VIII

The website “Fight the Smears” denied that President Obama was a part of the socialist New Party while in Illinois. Another lie. Investigator Stanley Kurtz revealed new evidence from the Wisconsin Historical Society that corroborates that not only was Obama a member of the New Party, he signed a pledge that he would publicly support… Read More »

1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama – Part IV

In August 2009, President Obama exhorts citizens to “snitch” on one another regarding any supposed lies or disinformation regarding Obamacare. His website, “FLAG,” actually led to blog-tracking for information related to the program. In 2011, Obama relaunches similar program, and becomes Internet laughing stock, with Attack Watch. Obama has sought authority for an Internet kill… Read More »

1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama – Part III

The third installment of just over one hundred reasons: President Obama’s signature program, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), referred to colloquially as “Obamacare,” was signed into law in March 2010. According to CNN, public opposition at the time was 59%, or nearly six out of ten adults surveyed. All Republicans in the… Read More »