The Enigma, Part 1: Strange Bedfellows


We’re told Barack Obama’s history and character are somehow off-limits. But personal history makes character, and the character of the President of the United States is something we have a right to be interested in.

In Part 1 of this meticulously researched and and sourced series, Bill examines both the Dunhams and the Obamas — each steeped in Marxism and anti-Americansm and each a long, long way away from mainstream American culture.

H/T NewZeal

Update: At American Thinker, Obama’s Birthplace Mystery: The Real Issue

…An inquiry to Obama’s birthplace should be viewed in light of the sheer weight of the position he holds: a national and world leader. If the job involved were a county-level clerk position, questions about Obama’s personal history would indeed be less relevant and a distraction. Instead, what is at stake here is the America’s future. Voting for someone to be US President is akin to mortgaging the nation’s future to that individual. As such, knowledge of the background of the person is essential. Even taking out a low dollar mortgage loan requires a diligent, proper, and thorough review of the applicant’s historical financial information. As the recent years have shown, when basic principles of prudent lending were abandoned, financial crisis ensued. Is this an foreshadowing of Obama’s presidency?

Which brings us to the real issue in the saga of Obama’s birthplace mystery: character and trust. Obama’s principles and paradigms of thinking, which guide his leadership and policy making, are not independent from his character. This is because character, which can be understood as the moral qualities unique to an individual, defines who a person really is and reveals his moral purpose, exposing the kind of actions and policies he chooses and avoids…

…So far, Obama wants us to trust his own version of his life stories, with no regard to inconvenient facts (or common sense)…

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