Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Politics Being The Ethics Of Aggression, It All Comes Down To Who Stands For More Aggression...

..to be visited on those within the jurisdiction for which the decision (of the electorate) is to be made. No other consideration is relevant in comparison to this, as the politics can only reasonably be distinguished from the non-political realm, by reference to whether it falls under the heading of ethics of aggression, or not.
From the Augusta Chronicle:
"Mr. Obama was the only member of the state Senate to vote against a bill to prohibit the early release of convicted criminal sexual abusers; and was among only four who voted against bills to toughen criminal sentences, increase penalties for criminals whose offenses were committed in the furtherance of gang activities..."
From GC of GNXP : " Obama is beloved by both Yale *and* Jail, and is an apologist for criminal vermin like the Jena Six. "
Supporting link for the above: Krissah Williams Thompson reports on the push to register felons to vote for Obama. Is there a reasonable expectation, other than operator error, in which such felons are registered, and would vote other than for Obama? If not, that tells us quite a lot in itself.
The following quotes are from Corsi's bestselling exposé and are adduced as unchallenged by Obama:
"Obama was deeply influenced by Frantz Fanon..." [JB characterization of Fanon: poster boy of anti-caucasianism for the academic left, known for advocating violent aggression against whites as liberating for blacks]
"Odinga supporters expressed their anger at losing the December 2007 election by engaging in a wave of tribal and religious violence in which machete-wielding Luo mobs killed 1,000 people and displaced approximately 350,000 more. [pages 103-107]
The post-election violence included massacres of Christians in which Luo mob supporters of Odinga damaged more than 300 churches, including burning to death 50 people who sought refuge in a Christian church in the town of Eldoret. [page 104]"
This is the same Odinga who was supported by Obama, and who through U.S. intervention has now acquired a top position in the Kenyan government. Obama's loyalties are to the subhuman aggressor, and America will not accept that.

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