Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Thank God for Glenn Beck

Mrs. Clinton received another impressive victory last evening in Kentucky, winning with a huge margin and continuing to expose Senator Obama's weaknesses. While he would go on to claim this election is over as he has won a majority of pledged delegates, Mrs. Clinton will surely remain competitive until at least May 31st-what could be the culmination of this seemingly eons long primary election.

May 31st-the day the Rules and Bylaws Committee of the DNC will convene to hear the cases of Florida and Michigan. If the seats are admitted would it completely alter the dynamic of the contest?

That question has become irrelevant; the media has all but written off HRC from any possible chance of winning the nomination for the simple reason that she is not as liberal as Senator Obama. The rhetoric Obama spews relentlessly at every stump speech is exactly in line with the suppression type ideals that the liberal media holds so dear.

So what does all this have to do with Mr. Glenn Beck?

Mr. Beck is one of a mere few professional and credible commentators within CNN. He is not afraid to tackle the larger issues which the rest of the electorate seems to be ignoring. As I mentioned earlier, suppression is a key theme within the Obama camp. This is because BHO is an elitist hypocrite who panders to his liberal base and refuses to engage in real issues. Whenever an attack is hurled his way (he gives us so much material though) he turns his back on the mainstream saying he will not play the "politics of the past".

Just recently on Good Morning America BHO said the following:

"If they (GOP) think that they're going to try to make Michelle an issue in this campaign, they should be careful because that I find unacceptable, the notion that you should be attacking my wife or my family."

Excuse me Senator, but when an individual decides to step into the political arena and deliver stump speeches and town hall meetings, they are certainly open to ridicule and criticism. This man does not want to abide by the rules; and the list of topics which are verboten in this campaign is endless. Here are just a few things BHO has deemed not worthy of discussing...

~Michelle Obama"for the first time in my adult life I am proud of my country"
~Relationship with Tony Rezko (Chicago slum lord on trial for fraud and extortion charges)
~Having the wrong Reverend Wright as his mentor (A +20 year companionship)
~Association with Bill Ayers (Terrorist member of Weather Underground)
~His middle name
~Holding him accountable for serious foreign policy gaffes

Also it is commonly held knowledge that this man loves throwing his nearest and dearest under the bus doesn't he? Was it not BHO himself who said this just two short months ago:

"I can no more disown [Rev. Wright] than I can disown the black community. I can no more disown him than I can my white grandmother... a woman who once confessed her fear of black men who passed by her on the street, and who on more than one occasion has uttered racial or ethnic stereotypes that made me cringe."

This is a very disturbing trend; one which could hold severe repercussions. Mr. Beck has been referring to Senator Obama as 'Chairman Barack'.

For the sake of this country it is our obligation to the principles of democratic process to ensure these issues are thrust into the spotlight. We know this is a responsibility the liberal media will surely ignore.

1 comment:

michele said...

Barack needs to just print out a list for all of us as to what is acceptable to ask him about. I suspect it will be a short list. My understanding was that a candidates life personal and professional needs to be open to scrutiny and criticism. He must feel he is exempt from that long held practice.