Should support Barack Hussein Obama from this day forward as the president of the United States of America?
I myself cannot. Why? Hussein. It’s his middle name. We’ve been talking about this for months. The media hasn’t touched it. Anyone with the courage to ask why isn’t he addressing the name Hussein or talking openly about his Muslim faith and background was labeled a Islamophobe, racist, someone who’s denying hope to the country etc. etc. It was happening in the media and it was happening on MySpace. Here’s the example in the media:
“To his credit, Mr. McCain scolded a radio host who repeatedly referred to ‘Barack Hussein Obama’ and later called him a Manchurian candidate.”– Nicholas Kristof, New York Times, March 9
“In the primary, aides to Mrs. Clinton referred to their rival as B.H.O.–initials of Barack Hussein Obama, including his middle name, which has been a politically sensitive issue–while Mr. Obama’s team simply referred to him as B.O. The B.H.O. shorthand is frowned upon inside Mr. Obama’s campaign headquarters, a warning for any Clinton staff members coming aboard.”–news story, New York Times, June 26
“Then there have been the speakers at McCain-Palin rallies who continue, unchecked by the candidates, to refer to ‘Barack Hussein Obama.’ . . . The latest occurred Wednesday in Pennsylvania, when Bill Platt, the Lehigh County Republican chairman, mentioned Obama’s former reluctance to wear an American flag lapel pin and said: ‘Think about how you’ll feel on Nov. 5 if you see the news that Barack Obama, Barack Hussein Obama, is president of the United States.’ McCain-Palin spokesman Paul Lindsay said, ‘We do not condone this inappropriate rhetoric, which distracts from the real questions of judgment, character and experience that voters will base their decisions on this November.’ “–news story, San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 9
“It wasn’t always thus with McCain. In February he loudly disassociated himself from a speaker who brayed ‘Barack Hussein Obama’ when introducing him at a rally in Ohio. Now McCain either backpedals with tardy, pro forma expressions of respect for his opponent or lets second-tier campaign underlings release boilerplate disavowals after ugly incidents like the chilling Jim Crow-era flashback last week when a Florida sheriff ranted about ‘Barack Hussein Obama’ at a Palin rally while in full uniform.”–Frank Rich, New York Times, Oct. 12
Here is an example of this way of thinking on MySpace. I made a comment I made on a person who calls himself Ali Akbar who wrote in his blog about the Iowa GOP primaries in the winter. I believe this person was one of the reasons for the division amongst online conservatives and republicans. He supported McCain, who at the time I didn’t support and I thought his response to my invoking the name Hussein on his blog reeked of non-Kosher fish. I wrote a comment that I thought Barack Hussein Obama would win. All he could do to address a fellow conservative’s concerns about the man’s middle name was something to the effect of “why do you have to bring up his middle name?” or “what does his beliefs have to do with it?” Akbar’s admission of guilt was that he later, months later, removed the comment from the blog.
This was the response by so many leftist idiots, low-stream media pundits and Snopes reading, fair-minded moderates and Islamists posing as 18 year old bloggers trying to throw a grassroots monkey wrench into the GOP campaign. Well he lied. He bobbed and weaved. He was elusive about it. He had his campaign manager serve certain media outlets with lawsuits to prohibit them from saying that his name was Hussein and reduced all of us as a “right wing nut” or rouges of the republican party. To him and all of you who said that…I say, F-U!
Barack Hussein Obama is just another run in the mill, duck and weave, pompous, elitist, race baiting liberal politician. Ask yourselves, Why didn’t he just fess up? Why not level with the American people who were suspicious and nervous about his name and origins? Now, he slaps us in the face with it while taking the oath. He wasn’t told he that had to say it. Reagan didn’t say Wilson and I don’t think Jimmy Carter said his middle name either. Not every president has to use the middle name at the oath. He CHOSE to say it just to piss most Americans off. A sort of “look at me now F-u” thing. Believe me, I tried to show a little faith. I tried to think positively that maybe he won’t screw us over. I tried to think maybe he won’t be so bad. Until I heard that name. Now I cannot respect a man who cannot even come clean about himself, his past, his family, religion, medical records, how many packs a day etc. etc.
I also cannot respect a man who, every chance that he got, invoked the memory of MLK when was it not MLK who said we should judge a man by his character not by the color of his skin??? Did the mainstream media judge him for his character? What is Barack Hussein Obama’s character anyway?
And on this race thing…
Hussein Obama’s family in Africa came from the Luo tribe in EAST Africa. Weren’t the blacks in Africa who were sold into slavery and sent to America from WEST Africa??? So what in the hell does he know about being the descendant of a slave? In fact, he knows just as much about it as a white, red-headed Iowa stepchild. As for his religious beliefs, as he has tried to keep them hidden too, we believe him to be closet Muslim. If that is true, then his Muslim ancestry has an equal impact, if not more, on the blacks who were sold into slavery. The Arab Muslim slave trade of blacks was said by historians to be of greater magnitude than the European slave trade.
To my conservative brothers and sisters, republicans who are waiting for the city on the hill to turn the lights back on and even to the moderates who have conservative/gop leanings, now’s not the time to waiver, get disillioned with the conservative movement or the Republican Party. The whole country now has the Hussein Hangover. It will probably be suffering from the Hussein hangover for a couple of weeks, maybe a month or maybe a year. And if a terrorist attack GOD FORBID does happen on our soil, whether during his admin or after it, his little middle finger to Americans by saying the name Hussein will come back to bite his ass in a big way and potentially ruin what this egomaniac calls “the Obama brand”. What’s the presidency all about now? Marketing? Advertising?
When thinking of the Hussein hangover, when the party favors are put away and history becomes just that, I think of that ole’ saying “the bigger he comes, the harder he shall fall”. Or my personal favorite: “Humpty dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses, all the kings men…” You get the picture. And I think they’re already putting the pieces of the puzzle together. I don’t like Jon Stewart, really I don’t. I don’t think he’s funny and to me he’s just another phony TV host who is only as good as the nerdy comedy writer backstage. But I give them credit for doing this skit. It’s what I’ve been saying all along. If you voted for change, I’m sorry to say, you’re buyers guilt is near. You didn’t get hope and change. You got Bush v2.0 with a Clinton CD Rom.