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Obama's Morbid Vanity

Bernard T. Wrote: May 22, 2012 10:16 AM
Great insightful observation, Seraph. Let me postulate further that since he was born of a father that was a Kenyan communist, or should I say, Communist, who hated the British, "The Little Barack," is not & refuses to be loyal to the United States of America. I say the USA because he not only hates his country, the US, but he equally hates the symbolism & dream of "America."
traitorbill Wrote: May 22, 2012 11:01 AM
And, his mentor, Frank Marshal Davis, was a communist. The fact that Obama only identified him as "Frank" in his autobiography, indicates a consciousness of guilt about the association. Frank advised little Obama "Don't trust white people," and "Black people have a reason to hate." Frank was also rumored to have strange sexua.

As an adult Obama complained that "white man's greed runs a world in need," and says that he "nursed a sense of grievance and animosity against my mother's race." These feelings made him easy prey for the false satisfactions of socialism and black liberation theology.

He professes a belief in reparations and considers the constitution to be "fundamentally flawed." Don't look now, but we have a weirdo in the WH.
I recently came across Nathaniel Hawthorne's haunting short story "Wakefield," and I couldn't help but notice similarities (and differences) between Wakefield and President Obama.

In "Wakefield," a man tells his wife he is leaving for a short trip, but instead, he moves in to a rental home a block away, where he remains for 20 years, unbeknownst to his wife and friends. At the end of this period, he waltzes right back into his house "as from a day's absence, and became a loving spouse till death."

Perhaps at first Wakefield isn't sure why he left. He could be experiencing a midlife crisis...

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