Why Obama Should NOT Be President, Part IV

 

 In no particular order:

  • Bill Ayers
  • Bernadine Dohrn
  • Rashid Khalidi
  • Joe Biden
  • ACORN
  • Tony Rezko
  • Jeremiah Wright
  • Trinity United Church of Christ
  • Price of arugula
  • Michael Plfeger
  • Saul Alinski
  • Joe the Plumber
  • Fairiness Doctrine
  • Employee Free Choice Act
  • Jim Johnson
  • MIke Klonsky
  • Frank Marshall Davis
  • Vera Baker
  • “Spread the wealth”
  • Public financing
  • Credit card fraud
  • Barackopolis
  • Gun control
  • “No preconditions”
  • The Great Seal of Obama and other “O” accouterments
  • Louis Farrakhan
  • Born Alive Infant Protection Act
  • Bitter, clingy, racist Amercians
  • Voting “Present”

Please feel free to add your own suggestions.

Stoutcat

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6 Responses to Why Obama Should NOT Be President, Part IV

  1. rwg says:

    * No Ethics, No honesty
    * No experience
    * Unwilling to correct voter registration fraud
    * Sought relationships with people who hate the U.S.
    * Khalid Al-Mansour
    * Castro, Chavez,Kim Il Son, Qadaffi, Ahmendinajad, etc.

  2. Ummm…

    * A rising tide raises all boats
    * Married to a woman who wasn’t proud of America when all those first responders (black and white) raced into the WTC on 9/11
    * Won’t condemn hanging effigy of Palin, a mother of 5
    * Sweety
    * Unwillingness to release college records until after the elections

  3. And then there’s…

    * Biden says that terrorists will test Barack within 6 months
    * Obama and Biden are on different pages concerning the definition of “rich”
    * Obama and Biden are on different pages concerning clean coal

    Oh brother

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