In Obama's latest campaign ad directed toward white voters (he already has the Black vote), he says of his grandfather ("never saw combat") and grandmother ("typical white person") and mother (whose race he began to keep secret): "They taught me values straight out of the Kansas [i.e., almost all white] heartland." That was the heartland presumably where, in his autobiography's words, "the farm boys stank like pigs." His mother, Anna Dunham, was an athiest whose main goal in life was to have as little to do with Kansas as possible. C'mon Barack, we read your book (Dreams From My Father), so tell us how you really feel -- or do we have to rely on Michelle for that?
Barack Obama's Solution to the Problem of High Gas Prices . . .
Many years ago, an author named Robert Musil wrote a book called "The Man Without Qualities." It might as well have been about Barack Obama. He has no real legislative record, so he feels called upon to invent one.
The following is from National Review Online:
"Among those six absentees was Barack Obama. So he cites a bill he didn’t even vote for."