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Just A Friendly Reminder Of Your President’s Past Associations


Remember when John McCain, running for President in 2008 against Barack Obama, decreed that talking about Obama’s past influences was verboten and not important to the election? Remember when the legacy media declared that vetting a poorly known and poorly understood candidate was racist?

Well, this is a different election. As has so aptly reminded us, we still haven’t fully vetted the current President of the United States.

Here’s just a little reminder of the heavy spiritual influences on Barack Obama.



Jeremiah Wright: Obama’s Spiritual Mentor for 20 Years


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  1. September 10, 2012    

    Damn! That’s intense!

    • admin's Gravatar admin
      September 10, 2012    

      And in their own words … very damning, if voters really pay attention this time.

      • maxredlines's Gravatar maxredlines
        September 10, 2012    

        Sadly, the information has been available – unlike, say, Obama’s college records. It’s just that few dared look for fear of being labeled.

        • admin's Gravatar admin
          September 10, 2012    

          Yes but we all saw how that information was all around us, and many voters participated in burying their heads in the sand. This time, it can and should make a difference.

  2. RiverFred's Gravatar RiverFred
    September 10, 2012    

    Don’t forget his terrorist buddy Ayers and his luny liberal anti-America friends.

  3. September 10, 2012    

    Hey great managed and designed blog! I can’t wait to come on over I get my column done!!

    Next time you pop on by, would you contribute you incredible-ness to our survey? The Contemplative Thinker

    • admin's Gravatar admin
      September 10, 2012    

      LOL I don’t know how much incredibleness I have in the tank, but I’ll do my best.

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