March 28, 2008
Barack Obama's Middle Name

"Barack Obama's middle name is Jimmy Carter."

Quote by Steve Beren, Candidate for Congress, 7th
Congressional District, Washington State.

Could be. During Carter's four years we saw the military weakened, double digit inflation, long gas lines, US support for replacing the Shah of Iran with a radical Islamist (favor repaid by seizure of our embassy), national malaise speech and canceled US participation in the Olympics. On the good side, he did lay the groundwork for Ronald Reagan.

Obama would have his own set of issues but his inexperience and naïve approach to foreign policy could result in a Carter style four years. The youthful JFK was tested by the Soviets and found wanting. The result of that was the Cuban Missile Crisis. Obama will almost certainly be tested by our enemies but at what cost to America, another 9-11 or worse?

He claims he wants to "bring us together" but his very liberal voting record indicates that his "together" is well to the left of center. This election is about change but it does not have to be a lurch to the left. We can vote for controlling spending and taxes, reigning in the nanny state and strong national security. We can vote for Republican candidates at all levels.

Yes we can! Yes we can!

Warren Peterson

Posted by warrenpeterson at March 28, 2008 08:43 PM | Email This
1. This is a better approach than calling him 'Hussein.' That is an obvious attempt to smear him as some kind of undercover Muslim, of which there is no evidence.

Obama needs to be instead questioned about 'liberation theology' which is Marxism wrapped in Catholocism. The 'Black liberation theology' of Rev. Wright is apparently a variant.

Posted by: russell garrard on March 29, 2008 11:12 AM
2. Yeh he and all the Democrats are already talking about the trillions of dollars in new taxes they are going to slime out of everone on top of all the other neverending hikes the normal family is strapped with today.

He and his wife may have a 1.6 million dollar a year salary coming in, but he is not feeling the pain that the normal taxpayer is feeling, nor is he willing to take on any issues that do not add significant taxes to the citizens.

No Thanks!

Posted by: GS on March 29, 2008 07:20 PM
3. Ok, that quote made me laugh out loud.

Posted by: Cydney on March 30, 2008 04:12 PM
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