Here's her comment in italics):
> From: "darlajames84":
I joined this group to voice my concerns about Obama and his political>views. But it has become very apparent that some of the members are> blinded by their hatred of blacks in general. They can't even> respond to a subject without injecting disparaging remarks aimed at blacks. Where are the discussions about Obama's stand on gun> control, abortion, or the economy? How do we derail his bid for the> oval office? These are the issues we should be addressing.
Here's my response (part of it) to Darla and the Group:
Obama's views on the issues are pretty much standard fare for far-left Democrats. He believes in raising taxes dramatically and then passing out the funds to people who vote for him. In 2007, he was noted by the National Journal, a bipartisan publication, as the most liberal member of Congress, significantly more liberal than Mrs. Clinton.
If you value very liberal politics, mainly involving taking from some and distributing it to others, then Obama's your man.
My point has always been that there are much more serious issues involved here than just complaining about Obama's contempt for everyone in general. Of course, he's changing his position on many issues. Does this really surprise anyone?
As for his stand on abortion, he believes it should be allowed to take place in any and all instances, right up until the ninth month of pregnancy. He opposed in Illinois The Live Birth Infant Protection Act. That means he wanted to deny medical care to infants born alive as result of botched abortions. His view apparently was that nurse and physicians should be allowed to pretend the live infant was in fact dead.
In short, he not only believes in just about any and all abortions, but he also seemingly believes in infanticide. Those who are "pro-choice" in the extreme will vote for Barack H. Obama. Those who believe in protecting the lives of all infants born alive will vote for John McCain.
I have pointed out that the most liberal groups in our country -- including Moveon.org and the Daily Kos -- support Obama strongly -- and hate Hillary with a passion. Am I somehow wrong on this?
In Barack Obama as the presumptive nominee, the Democratic Party got exactly what it deserved: an inexperienced, unqualified, dishonest, and dangerous candidate.
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