The case against Barack Obama

Posted by: ST on October 21, 2008 at 9:41 pm

Nope, not talking about Freddoso’s book – as good as a I hear it is – but instead sort of a condensed version of the arguments lots of us have made against Barack Obama, written by Ed Morrissey, Mary Katharine Ham, and Guy Benson. You can read it in full here. It’s one of those must-read, must-forward posts that you should bookmark.

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  1. Freddoso’s book is very good. I’m a little more than halfway through it: very easy reading, but very informative and scrupulous with its footnotes. :-b

  2. Great White Rat says:

    Anthony, it’s a well-researched and documented book. I read it a couple of months ago. It would be an eye-opener for most people. Those of us who are political junkies already knew most of the material, but it’s good to have it compiled so well.

  3. Sandra says:

    If you ask me, the case against Barack Obama is an easy one when you look at the people he surrounds himself with – slumlords, racists, socialists, communists, unrepentant domestic terrorists… any one of these relationships should be an immediate disqualifier. They are all documented at The Friends and Associates of Barack Obama with sources from CNN and numerous others. You have to literally go to each individual source line by line to piece together the facts regarding these relationships. How nice for Obama that he has the media’s complicity in concealing the nature of his past while he takes the presidency of this country.