Special Extra: Campaign Blitz #6 — Just say NObama

This is the sixth and final installment in our series of special posts supporting the candidacy of John McCain, whom we have endorsed as be the best choice in the upcoming U.S. election where Russia policy is concerned. Search “campaign blitz” in our sidebar engine to read the prior entries.

It’s hard to imagine a more convincing argument against voting for Barack Obama, the man Charles Krauthhammer accurately calls “the most inexperienced presidential nominee in living memory,” than the fact that the New York Times has endorsed him.  No thinking person should need any more information than that to cast their vote for John McCain.

The Gray Lady is wallowing in abject failure in the wake of the infamous Jayson Blair scandal, with its corporate bonds about to descend into the “junk” classification on the Moody’s rating system. Profits are down, readership is down, and accuracy is at an all-time low. Sure seems like they must be doing something wrong, and perhaps the editorial page’s pathogical hatred of George W. Bush has something to do with that.  And now the great GL thinks the country wants to know who it believes should be the next president?  The only sensible people interested in that information are those who want to do the opposite.

Now, to be sure, it’s in Obama’s favor that the great GL rejected him in the Democratic primaries.  But ever since then, it has been skewing its coverage in his favor to a truly obscene extent, bashing the Republican candidates even though they are strongly critical of the Bush administration and publishing a series of petty attacks on Sarah Palin that it would surely decry as sexist if they had been made against Hillary Clinton.

And no amount of stupid GL propaganda can obscure the fact that Barack Obama is simply not qualified to be president, particuarly insofar as America’s foreign policy is concerned.  As Krauthammer writes:

Well, how has [Obama] fared on the only two significant foreign policy tests he has faced since he’s been in the Senate? The first was the surge. Obama failed spectacularly. He not only opposed it. He tried to denigrate it, stop it and, finally, deny its success.  The second test was Georgia, to which Obama responded instinctively with evenhanded moral equivalence, urging restraint on both sides. McCain did not have to consult his advisers to instantly identify the aggressor.

No wonder the Dumbocrats are so obsessively attacking Sarah Palin’s alleged lack of foreign policy credentials; the man at the top of their own ticket is just as lacking in such experience.  The gibberish Obama babbled when Russia first moved into Georgia was sickening and offensive to those who generate the content on this blog, and terrifying.  What if Obama reacts that way as president when Russia moves into Ukraine’s Crimean penninsula?  We’d rather not think about it.

And we won’t have to if Americans do the responsible thing and require that Obama prove himself before becoming president.  It is premature, arrogance to an revolting extreme, for Obama to deem himself ready to be president and to gamble with the nation’s future in the manner he is doing.  We urge the American voters to demand the basic credentials they always have demanded in the past and not, at this most critical juncture in their history, to simply flip a coin and hope for the best.

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6 responses to “Special Extra: Campaign Blitz #6 — Just say NObama

  1. Not being an American your election is not really any of my business.

    However in the UK on a television news broadcast the other night I was reassured to note that one of Obama’s advisors is Zbigniew Brezinski, a man who has absolutely no illusions about how Russia past and present operates.

  2. TBILISI, Georgia — Georgia’s Interior Ministry said Thursday that Russia had deployed 2,000 extra troops in South Ossetia in the past week and was preparing to stir up more trouble in the breakaway region.

    “In the past week, Russia increased the number of troops by 2,000 to 7,000 staff,” Georgian Interior Ministry spokesman Shota Utiashvili told reporters. “We fear Russia is preparing provocations in South Ossetia.”

    Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov dismissed the charges, saying all of Moscow’s troop deployments to the region were openly declared. “It’s very difficult to comment on official declarations of Georgian representatives because there is very little truth in them,” he said.

    Utiashvili said dozens of Russian armored vehicles had been positioned in the disputed Akhalgori district, the southeastern corner of South Ossetia that Tbilisi insists should be returned to its control under a French-brokered cease-fire deal. The Kremlin has recognized South Ossetia and a second breakaway region, Abkhazia, as independent states and said it will station 7,600 troops there to provide security — a figure Lavrov repeated Thursday.

    A 225-member European Union mission is monitoring the cease-fire, patrolling the former buffer zone around South Ossetia up to its de facto border. Lavrov called for better cooperation from the European monitors, whom he held responsible for the security of the two regions, to prevent what he said were continued violations of cease-fire agreements by the Georgian side. “Russia is concerned they are taking a light-hearted view of the situation of what is happening there,” Lavrov said of the EU observers. “This is a dangerous game with fire.”
    At 11:47 PM on Election night, if CNN calls the Election for Obama, then the clock starts for the end of Georgian Independence. A day after Obama is sworn in, Russia will complete its take over of Georgia. Putin will then put another piece of USSR Empire back into Russian sphere of influence.

    Obama will be deferring to the UN, while Saak is hung as war crimminal.

    If any one cares for the fate of Georgia, Vote McCain.

  3. If anyone cares for the fate of the United States, vote Obama.

  4. Obama is a Communist cheat whose only qualification is to be gray.

    The subprime crisis is already a consequence of anti-white racist intimidation. That catastrophe is one too many and should be the last one.

  5. BOGDAN OF ENUCHALIA

    Frank, you are sawing off the very branch on which you are sitting… Yoy are for a VERY RUDE AWAKENING!

  6. What is most telling, are the recent utterances of Senator Joe Biden in Seattle on Oct. 19.

    This is what people should expect if Barack Obama becomes president.

    From http://blogs.suntimes.com/sweet/2008/10/joe_biden_seattle_fund_raiser.html

    See also:

    http://embeds.blogs.foxnews.com/2008/10/20/biden-if-elected-the-world-will-test-obama-with-a-crisis/

    http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalradar/2008/10/biden-to-suppor.html

    Excerpt follows:

    ard. This is gonna be really, really, really hard. We’re gonna have the largest systemic deficit in modern – not modern – in the history of the world. Literally. Literally. We’re gonna find ourselves inheriting a debt, yearly debt this year, that may approach three-quarters of a trillion dollars. You hear me? We left this guy with a $232 billion surplus. At a minimum when we take office – God willing – we’re gonna have a $450 billion deficit. And the way the economy is tanking the way it is now it may be as high as $750 billion.”

    “28 states are in serious trouble and they’re about to contribute to the economic downward spiral because what are they doing? Cutting services, laying people off as they lose their tax base. So there are going to be a lot of tough decisions Barack’s gonna have to make, a lot of tough decisions, including on foreign policy.”

    “And here’s the point I want to make. Mark my words. Mark my words. It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. The world is looking. We’re about to elect a brilliant 47-year old senator president of the United States of America. Remember I said it standing here if you don’t remember anything else I said. Watch, we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy. And he’s gonna have to make some really tough – I don’t know what the decision’s gonna be, but I promise you it will occur. As a student of history and having served with seven presidents, I guarantee you it’s gonna happen. I can give you at least four or five scenarios from where it might originate. And he’s gonna need help. And the kind of help he’s gonna need is, he’s gonna need you, not financially to help him, we’re gonna need you to use your influence, your influence within the community, to stand with him. Because it’s not gonna be apparent initially, it’s not gonna be apparent that we’re right. Because all these decisions, all these decisions, once they’re made if they work, then they weren’t viewed as a crisis. If they don’t work, it’s viewed as you didn’t make the right decision, a little bit like how we hesitated so long dealing with Bosnia and dealing with Kosovo, and consequently 200,000 people lost their lives that maybe didn’t have to lose lives. It’s how we made a mistake in Iraq. We made a mistake in Somalia. So there’s gonna be some tough decisions. They may emanate from the Middle East. They may emanate from the sub-continent. They may emanate from Russia’s newly-emboldened position because they’re floating in a sea of oil.”

    After again touting Cantwell’s judgment, Biden told the crowd to “gird your loins.”

    “Only thing I’m asking you is, you know, gird your loins. We’re gonna win with your help, God willing, we’re gonna win, but this is not gonna be an easy ride. This president, the next president, is gonna be left with the most significant task. It’s like cleaning the Aegean stables, man. This is more than just, this is more than – think about it, literally, think about it – this is more than just a capital crisis, this is more than just markets, this is a systemic problem we have with this economy.”
    (end of excerpt)

    Consider this before you cast your votes.

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