America Needs Commander-In-Chief, Not ACORN Lawyer!
By: John Lillpop
Everyone, saving perhaps the most outrageous racist, would agree that Barack Obama is a charming, articulate fellow.
In addition, with the exception of bigots, most Americans would like to elect an African-American to atone for slavery and 250 years of discrimination.
Yes, America has been mismanaged for eight years by a short-sighted man who should probably not have been elected to begin with.
However, the very future of our nation is at stake.
The November 4 election must not be frittered away on a “feel good” gesture to an unqualified candidate just because he looks good and speaks well.
Style without substance is NOT what America needs.
Consider these facts about Barack Obama:
*He has a history of associating with dangerous anti-American characters including William Ayers, Reverend Jeremiah Wright, and Tony Rezko.
*He has no executive experience or accomplishments to his name.
*He believes that government should define who is rich and who is poor, and also believes that that government should be authorized to forcibly take assets from the haves and give those assets to others.
*He has sent $800,000 to ACORN, an organization known to be involved in voter fraud.
*He may not even be a US Citizen.
When it comes to protecting and defending the U.S. Constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic, and shielding 300 million Americans from harm, there is much more involved than being clean and articulate.
Barack Obama has spent most of his 47 years as a community organizer, working with unsavory characters like Weather Underground terrorist William Ayes, Islamofascist apologist Rev. Jeremiah Wright, and “Tony” Rezko, a Syrian immigrant who allegedly became a powerful political fixer in Chicago.
Oh, yes, Obama has also served in the United States Senate for four years, less the 20 months that he has spent campaigning for higher office.
Being elected to the U.S. Senate does involve a commitment to one’s constitutes and carries with it the expectation that the office holder will actually accomplish good things for the voters.
However, to paraphrase Hillary Clinton when it comes to Barack Obama, “Where are the worthy accomplishments? Where are the achievements of note?”
“What positive difference has Senator Barack Obama made for the people of Illinois, and/or for all Americans?”
“What good that now exists, and which is directly attributable to Barack Obama, would not exist if he had remained a Community Organizer in Chicago?”
Hillary’s rhetorical questions were really meant to highlight the fact that Obama has absolutely no record of experience or accomplishment that would qualify him to command the most powerful military force in human history, or to manage the most sophisticated and prosperous society ever.
Being “clean and articulate” is commendable, and may be enough for some Democrats, but, in and of itself, is not sufficient reason to vote Obama.
Bottom Line: America does not need a community organizer as president.
What we urgently need is a man with the skills, experience, tenacity, toughness, and intelligence to serve as the United States Commander in Chief.
Visible battle scars a definite plus!