Points to Ponder LXIII

Here’s a story:

Media Springs Into Action – Defends Obama For His ‘Born in Kenya’ Lie

Barack Obama was either born in Kenya or he lied about it for years.
Breitbart.com published a 1991 booklet by Barack Obama’s literary agent today that says Obama was “born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.”

And a video clip:

And then there is the issue of the press having to explain how Obama didn’t mean that someone else built the business owner’s business when that is clearly what the transcript says:

Now here’s my question:

How can anyone know what Obama believes when he has shown he either lies, someone else “misinterprets” or that he has to wait on the teleprompter and/or media to explain what he means after he says it?  And how can anyone defend a man who offers nothing but lies, “mis-speaks” and excuses?

And my comments:

If Bush had done this sort of thing, there would have been people on the right who would have attacked him for it.  How do we know?  Because the record shows that many conservatives did attack him for it – including Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck, Levin and many others (myself included).  But when was the last time you heard a leader on the Left going after Obama for what is clearly a disingenuous attitude toward the American people?

Personally, I don’t care about Obama.  He is a symptom of the problem, not the problem itself.  The problem is much bigger, and much more pervasive.  Obama could not possibly do the damage he is doing by himself, he has had a great deal of help.  All Obama does is put a face to it; he provides a focal point for our anger.  No, the problem is in the American people.  If we still cared about right and wrong, neither Obama nor the people supporting him and carrying out his anti-American agenda would be in positions of power.  And, until the American people wake to this fact, and to the reality that the answer will not be found in Party politics, we will continue to travel down the road to tyranny.

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