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The Media That Ignored Obama’s Beliefs Goes After Mitt’s Mormonism

patriotveteran Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 11:57 PM
Next to complacency, stereotypes, prejudice and propaganda are some of the most evil tool of politics, they have hurt how people understand the politics of how our country is supposed to be run, ended the lives and freedom of many and threaten you now. To know your enemy is one thing. To understand your place in the world of politics and the U.S. Constitution is another. I hope and pray my words are clear and to the point. The healing of our Nation and its survival depends on you. I am a Constitutional Moderate (voting Republican) and America is a Republic, as in: "...and to the Republic for which it Stands..."

When the former junior state senator from Chicago, one Barack Obama—a man no one knew diddly about—decided, “Hey, I’m gonna run for president!” people were eager to learn more about this promising upstart. Uncle Joe Biden was curious about Barack. Joe said at first blush that Obama seemed “clean” and “articulate,” which, I think, would be a hate crime if a conservative said that about him.

Anyhoo, Obama impressed many chiefly because he could enthusiastically read vague, cliché-riddled speeches off a teleprompter that included lots of big words like nobody’s business! This ability to read hazy political speeches in...