Making people aware of Obama’s peculiar fondness for the Muslim Brotherhood

The only problem I have with this video is the narrator’s voice.  It grates on me.  Otherwise, I think the video says things that need to be said, and I hope it gets lots of air play:

And while we’re on the subject, the Washington Examiner, in its sterling multipart series about the Obama we don’t know (because American reporters refused to do their job), has a whole chapter devoted to Obama’s strong Arab-American connection. Incidentally, there’s nothing wrong with a strong Arab-American connection, because there is no ipso facto wrong about any group of hyphenated Americans — unless, of course, as is the case with Obama’s friends, they have ties to terrorist groups and keep getting prosecuted for corruption.

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  • ExAFCrewDog

    I read the Examiner’s posting earlier today. How the hell did the Clinton’s, during the primary race, not catch all this? It won’t be seen by anyone caught up in the lamestream’s hourly pandering to their King, for sure. I’ve sent the link to everyone on my mail list. I encourage everyone to do the same.

  • jj

    Yeah, there’s plenty wrong about hyphenated Americans.  Though I only rarely agree with Teddy Roosevelt, I am as offended as he was – recognizing the problem more than a century ago – by the idea that anybody who regards himself as a citizen and beneficiary of this country would refer to him/herself as anything but an “American.”  Much of my own baqkground is Irish, but I’m not an Irish-American: I’m an American.  Period.  And if I put the “Irish” part ahead of that, then I damn well belong in Eire, not here. 

  • Caped Crusader

    Voice does not grate me, and I am easily grated.

  • Mike Devx

    More subtle deceitfulness from the mainstream media.

    WE have a reuters article concerning Egyptian leadership demands that the U.N. criminalize free speech.

    The lead paragraph says:
    Egypt’s president and other Muslim leaders should demand the U.N. criminalize contempt of religion after the release of an anti-Islamic film and cartoons which demonstrate growing racism
    But what the Salafists in Egypt truly said was this, from later in the article, and it is a quote:
    “We call for legislation or a resolution to criminalize contempt of Islam as a religion and its Prophet,” said Ghaffour, one of four permanent assistants to the president, on Saturday.

    Criminalize contempt of religion, as Reuters claims… or criminalize contempt of Islam, as the quote says?  And what is this claim that they seek this criminalization to prevent actions which “demonstrate growing racism”.  Huh?

    I’d be irritated by the sloppiness of Reuters and the obvious decline in the standards of journalism, but one can only muster outrage for so long.  This decline and deceitfulness has been going on for so long, I’m getting used to it.  Oh well, another day, another deceit, another step on the ladder downward into irrelevancy.