Wednesday, July 30, 2008
What Barack Obama hid from his readers
Barack Obama likes to talk about something he calls "economic justice."
And "restoring fairness to the economy."*
Why would Obama promote divisiveness and class envy?
In his book "Dreams From My Father", Obama reveals his childhood mentor was a man he cryptically refers to only as "Frank."
"Frank" was infamous communist Frank Marshall Davis, who fled Chicago after the FBI and Congress began investigating him.
Obama followed in Davis' footsteps, becoming a "community organizer" in Chicago... with disastrous results.
His boss was a man named Gerald Kellman, whose identity Obama also tries to disguise in his book. Kellman and Saul "The Red" Alinsky were infamous Chicago socialists; Alinsky authored "Rules for Radicals" and advocated the overthrow of the U.S. government.
And though his own book is dedicated to his memory, Obama also omits his father's feverish communist leanings.
Barack Hussein Obama Sr. challenged Kenya's pro-Western government for being insufficiently socialist. "Theoretically, there is nothing that can stop the government from taxing 100% of income so long as the people get benefits from the government commensurate with their income which is taxed," Obama Sr. wrote.
Among Obama's first campaign sponsors were William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn; both are unrepentant terrorists and self-admitted communists who believe that the U.S. government must be toppled.
Though he's written two books about his life, Obama hid his father's background and his own career-long affiliations with radical socialists and communists. All were striving together for "economic justice" and class warfare as unreconstructed Communists.
Vote accordingly in 2008.
* Perhaps Obama learned these falsehoods from Jeremiah Wright, his racist spiritual adviser who also believes the economy is a "zero sum" proposition.
Linked by: Ace of Spades, American Thinker and Common Sense Junction. Thanks! Major hat tip: Investor's Business Daily.
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