More reasons to be leery of Obama *UPDATED*

I’m assembling another collection of quality “be careful of Obama” posts.

At Power Line, there is an excellent post looking at the way in which Obama seems more willing to give our enemies than our allies the benefit of the doubt.

American Thinker compares how Obama and McCain talk about Iraq — and how Obama talks about McCain.

Clarice Feldman explains why Obama’s 2003 anti-War vote wasn’t the moment of prescient genius Obama claims.

Lee Cary, at American Thinker, talks about Obama’s clever little word games that enable him to avoid an answer. I noted that when I wrote about his evasion of the fact that Jeremiah Wright makes antisemitic, black supremacist statements. Michelle Malkin also has a little bit more about Obama and his faith.

Michelle Malkin passes on a post that talks about the Hispanic takeover talk driving parts of the Obama campaign.

Robert Novak gives us a bit of an overview about the Obama-Rezko connection, as well as Hillary’s inept usage of this potentially damaging scandal.

The New York Times tries to prove to Jews that Obama is a good guy when it comes to Israel. That may be, both the Times’ and Obama’s evasions about his friendship with and support from people hostile to Israel simply cannot be overlooked. The Times even throws in a statement that the ADL has no problem with Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s pastor. That’s peculiar, because even Richard Cohen, a liberal Jewish columnist at the I has a problem with Wright and Wright’s adulation for Farrakhan, noted anti-Christian, anti-White and antisemite. Cristy Li has a nice rundown of why it really doesn’t matter that Wright hasn’t been caught saying something blatant such as “all Jews are evil and should die.” His record speaks loudly on the subject, both in his role as an individual and as head of a church. (And that, by the way, is a nice liberal prevarication, which is the effort to distinguish Wright from his church, a church that is clearly an extension of himself.)

UPDATE:  Two more for today’s anti-Obama roster (h/t Soccer Dad):

The Volokh conspiracy examines the reality behind the NY Times’ blithe “Obama and the Jews” story, which is that JewThs for the most part are so liberal they don’t have a problem with Obama and, for those Jews who are not liberal, there’s actually reason to have a problem.  Volokh also catches Obama mid-lie, which is always edifying.

The Pillage Idiot warns that American Jews, who routinely pick peace over everything (even when a 10 year old can figure out that this is a dumb tactic), are really the ones to be blamed if America fails to show support for Israel, especially since all American politicians aside from the radical fringes will always say they support Israel (Obama included).

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  1. rockdalian says

    Okay, I’m confused. This article is misleading.
    Clarice Feldman explains why Obama’s 2003 anti-War vote wasn’t the moment of prescient genius Obama claims.
    Obama was a state senator in 2003. He was not elected til 2004.
    Miss Feldman even cites this; ” I think what people might point to is our different assessments of the war in Iraq, although I’m always careful to say that I was not in the Senate, so perhaps the reason I thought it was such a bad idea was that I didn’t have the benefit of U.S. intelligence. And, for those who did, it might have led to a different set of choices. So that might be something that sort of is obvious. But, again, we were in different circumstances at that time: I was running for the U.S. Senate, she had to take a vote, and casting votes is always a difficult test. (Emphasis supplied.)”
    When did he vote against the war?

  2. Zhombre says

    The most beautiful sound I ever heard:
    Obama, Obama, Obama, Obama
    All the beautiful sounds of the world in a single word:
    Obama, Obama, Obama.

    Obama, I’ve just voted for a guy named Obama,
    and suddenly the name will never be the same to me.
    Obama! I’ve just seen a hope named Obama.
    And suddenly I’ve found how wonderful a sound can be.
    Obama, say it loud and there’s music playing.
    Say it soft and it’s almost like praying,
    Obama, I’ll never stop saying: “OBAMA!”

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