To further explore the transparency of another deceiver, let’s go into the evil mind of a communist dictator who meant to destroy America:
“America is like a healthy body and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality, and its spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within.”
No, this is not Obama’s statement; this is Obama’s predecessor, Josef Stalin.
-- Bradlee Dean, Sept. 13 WorldNetDaily column
A U.S. ambassador is dead, and over 30 U.S. embassies across the globe are under violent attack as a direct result of President Obama’s attempted appeasement of radical Islam. How many more Americans will die before that policy can be reversed and Obama removed from office?
-- Tom Tancredo, Sept. 14 WND column
Second, Romney must stress the fact that Obama is ineligible to be president because he is likely Kenyan-born and not a natural born citizen – meaning that both of his parents were not U.S. citizens at his birth. The framers put this requirement into the Constitution to avoid the harmful foreign influences we are now living through with Obama. Romney must take the gloves off and pound away at this legitimate eligibility issue, which underscores, reinforces and explains why Obama’s actions have been un-American and severely harmful to the United States.
-- Larry Klayman, Sept. 14 WND column
Webster’s definition of stupid is: acting in a careless and/or unintelligent manner. I submit that they should have Obama’s picture beside the word in their dictionary. Observing the way he has conducted himself and witnessing his lack of leadership ability, calling his actions stupid is the most generous thing I can say about him.
-- Mychal Massie, Sept. 17 WND column
Forgive me, folks; this can be annoying. But I’m trying to save the country. We’ve got to get rid of this president!
One reason sports will always be more popular than politics is that this kind of fraud can’t work in sports. If there were a quarterback or a pitcher who did his job as poorly as Obama does his and yet had the major sportswriters and commentators constantly and lavishly praising him and denigrating his betters, those commentators would get angry letters in New England, lose their jobs in North Carolina and need police protection to leave the studio in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
-- Barry Farber, Sept. 18 WND column
Did the state-run media forget about the landslide that took place in 2010, when the American people’s votes proved they had enough with Obama and his criminal administration?
Did the state-run media forget that the American people just exposed the fact that 70 percent of Obama’s Twitter followers were found out to be fake or inactive?
Did the state-run media forget that just two weeks ago, the American people watched as Obama’s speech at the DNC had to be moved from a 74,000-seat arena to a 20,000-seat arena due to lack of attendees?
Did the state-run media forget that America knows about those in Obama’s own party and support base who are forsaking him in droves, as he is being taken in his own craftiness?
-- Bradlee Dean, Sept. 21 WND column
In the cult TV series “Numb3rs,” a professor helps the feds catch criminals by using higher mathematics. In real life, the lack of elementary mathematical knowledge among the nation’s gumshoes is not the least of the reasons why, so far, Black Jesus has gotten away with his Mickey Mouse “birth certificate.”
-- Christopher Monckton, Sept. 25 WND column
By allowing Barack Hussein Obama to be elected president and commander in chief, God was reminding us poor deluded mortals that when we choose someone because he looks and sounds like someone born to be the D.J. at a hip-hop club, we’re just asking for trouble.
-- Burt Prelutsky, Sept. 25 WND column
In his 40 minute soliloquy, Obama did not utter the words “terrorism” or “terrorist attack” one time. Were they just too harsh for his constitution?
Like a helpless thespian, who could not unlearn a previously memorized script, he relied on words like “violence” and “intolerance” to describe the events of the previous weeks.
-- Jane Chastain, Sept. 26 WND column