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The Americans knows nothing about him, but the Islamic terrorists knows a lot about him.


Amman- The Islamic Action Front (IAF), Jordan’s largest political party, on Wednesday expressed guarded optimism over the election of Barak Obama as the next US president and said they considered his win an “apology” from the American people to the peoples of Iraq and Afghanistan. “We welcome Obama’s election and believe that his win represents a clear message inside as well as outside America,” IAF Secretary General Zaki Bani Ershaid told Deutsche Presse-Agentur.

“Obama’s victory is also tantamount to an apology from the American people for the crimes committed by the outgoing Republican administration in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere,” he added.

Bani Ershaid said that his party, the political arm of the influential Muslim Brotherhood movement, was “cautiously optimistic” over the change promised by Obama and believed that the “starting- point for this change should find expression in a correction of the US foreign policy on Palestine, Iraq and Afghanistan.”


And just in case you have forgotten the islamic terrorist’s project, here is a reminder:


Bani Ershaid said that his party, the political arm of the influential Muslim Brotherhood movement, was “cautiously optimistic” over the change promised by Obama and believed that the “starting- point for this change should find expression in a correction of the US foreign policy on Palestine, Iraq and Afghanistan.”

Yes, we should let the terrorists win for a change. After all, it’s only fair (in Obama’s mind).

“Yes, we should let the terrorists win for a change. After all, it’s only fair (in Obama’s mind).” (Mike)

Of course! Remember what Obama wrote in his book: “I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”

Why didn’t they say this in their magazine BEFORE the election?

We all know why…

Say it with me friends,

Patriotism is already building

The press vindictively exacted their pound of flesh from the Republicans for George W. Bush’s two terms. Now, they are left with the alternative, which they never really looked at all that closely. Buyer’s remorse will continue to set in as they realize WHO they actually put into office. My mother used to say, don’t cut off your nose to spite your face. I think that is exactly what happened.

Here is my logic – all those obama fans that want to soar on “hope” and “change” – all those ready to go to Heaven or feel like they are going to have Heaven on Earth with this man – those people are obamanauts. Like cosmonaut. But when they discover that his suit is empty, the weeping and gnashing of teeth begins and the cries of all this work and money for the same old thing – for naught. Then they become the “disheartened obamanauts”. They become “obamanaughts” who now worship the big zero instead of the big O.

I just want the man to pay for my gas and mortgage, and I’ll be fine. That’s reasonable given his talent.

Thank you for reiterating what I had said about the Obamessiah for months. His charisma and well-spoken, yet, empty words reminds me of the cult of personality similar to Hitler and Stalin. As President, he will be another LBJ, a power-hungry liberal whose directive will be to pervert the Constitution and punish success. His choosing of Rahmbo as chief of staff is a perfect example that we should be very concerned about the future direction of this country. Looks like this country’s going to hell very quickly, but we won’t be able to afford the handbasket.

Oh please. These media morons just need to start reading righty blogs like Patterico and Beldar’s blog where they are dismissing all of the last 2 decades of Barack Obama’s background and now have deemed him a “decent and good man”.

Some people on the right are so desperate to be seen as decent people, they have to completely go over the edge and redefine what is a “decent and good man”.

I am all in favor of the right not suffering for the next 4+ years from Obama Derangement Syndrome as the Left has been infected with BDS for the last 7+ years. However, to go completely overboard and say that Obama is a “decent and good man” and say we must give him the benefit of the doubt on things? Unbelieveable.

It’s no wonder we lose elections, when we allow the Left to be despicable people for decades and then turn around and call them “decent and good” people.

If Patterico and Beldar represent the “new tone” of the Right upon the election victory of Obama, I’m prepared for us to not win another Presidential election in my lifetime (I’m 33).

If this is the new definition of “decent and good”, then everyone, no matter what is “decent and good”. I’m just at a loss for words after reading Patterico and Beldar and many of the comments on their sites from people agreeing with them.

I’d be interested in reading what the authors here have to say about this situation with deeming Obama a “decent and good man”.

Also, go figure the irony…

I used to go to places like Patterico for reasoned and logical analysis and now I see that the mass media is more credible in their analysis of Obama than Patterico. Unreal.

I don’t know him well enough to say whether he is a good person. I have serious
questions and doubts about all of his radical associations. I also have some serious concerns about his support of abortion and his view of wealth distribution. I also want to know exactly what training and advice that Obama gave to ACORN. I am wondering if his advice is what inspired those activists to terrorize the children of bankers by going to their schools and holding up signs calling their parents racists. I had heard about that in a MIchelle Malkin column she wrote. I am also concerned about a man who only spending three years in office has already taken over 900 million dollars in pork from the taxpayers to dole out to his friends. His attitude towards tax payer money remind me of a king who thinks of it as his personal treasury.

I have serious doubts about him and I believe that a lot of people will have a lot of disappointment. There are enough “signs” about him that should give you pause. I think he is more dangerous than Mrs. CLinton and I thought she was very dangerous for this country.I am truly afraid for this country.

God bless,


After the MSM bias, here his the Internet bias:

November 5, 2008

#3 Craig: I was told the quote about his standing with the Muslims was just a comment that had been floating around the blogs. I don’t know what to believe anymore.


The comment by Obama that he will stand with the Muslims if the political winds change is a true quote by Obama. However, many say that it is taken out of context and he simply meant that if people start getting bigoted against Muslims, then he will stand with them. I can see that, however, I have never heard him (or any politician for that matter) say anything similar about Christians or Mormons or Baptists, etc.

Plus, put into full context with his entire political career and his political allies of the past 2 decades, I have come to the conclusion that he is more sympathetic to the Muslim community than any other, to a fault.

The man has always been suspect with me given his membership in a Islamic-sympathetic “Christian” Church, his allies of Wright and Farrakhan and his involvement with Project Islamic HOPE in Chicago. For a so-called Christian, he has many ties to Islam and Muslims and very little with actual Christians. (No, I don’t consider TUCC a Christian Church, I consider it a Black Liberation Theology Church. Same with Westboro Baptist Church. I don’t consider it Baptist, I consider it anti-homosexual).


“I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”

The quote comes from page 261 of the paperback edition of Obama’s book: The Audacity of Hope.

Huh the thinglingin the legshas disappeared. Wow that was a short Honeymoon.

And now that this is coming out, I wonder how much credibility the MSM is going to have. None.

Thanks fellas. I always thought it was true but did not have the reference to back up my claim.
His sympathy or allegiance to Muslims is evident also when he describes the Muslim call to prayer as ‘one of the prettiest sounds on earth at sunset’. I do have the reference for this.



I hate to be the thorn in your sides regarding this supposed quote, but it is NOT accurate.

Here is what his book actually says:

“(T)he stories of detentions and FBI questioning and hard stares from neighbors have shaken their sense of security and belonging. They have been reminded that the history of immigration in this country has a dark underbelly; they need specific assurances that their citizenship really means something, that America has learned the right lessons from the Japanese internments during World War II, and that I will stand with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”

He is speaking of Arab-Americans and Pakistani-Americans here.


The quote that you reference about the call to prayer is accurate however.

Here’s a fastball down the center if you want to smack it.

Years ago I qualified as a Certified GraphoAnalyst. I’ve obtained some web images of his handwriting of sufficient quality to work with.
Briefly, some high points:

Overwhelming egotism, fully invested in a public “persona”, all actions and communications directly aimed at bolstering it.

DEEPLY fearful of embarrassment and public failure; he is “cautious” to the point of paranoia or obsession. Will therefor do everything and anything possible to prevent being made to look “wrong”, making sure that “the fix is in” wherever and whenever possible.

Intensifying the above is powerfully emotional rejection of blame or responsibility for error or mishap; very glib and fluent in redirecting attention and accusation back on accusers.

Few or no philosophical or ethical principles. Instead, many deep prejudices and emotional fixations, plus a highly developed ability to rationalize actions and positions from virtually any point of view.

Bluntly certain of all his own opinions, and prepared to impose them without qualm; very persistent in this regard. Will not ease up or allow disagreements to “ride”. MUST have acquiescence.

Thoroughly self-deceptive; able to make himself believe anything for as long as necessary.

Brian H I know NOW why the leftists went for Odumbo…based on your profile of The Magic Negro,…they saw so much of themselves in him it was an act of self affirmation!
Thank you for your input …
PS is grapho-what-you-said one of the techniques used by intel agencies in psychological profiling? And how accurate is it; i know some will compare it to phrenology , as a diversion….just asking


In other words, a narcissitic sociopath?

GraphoAnalysis is a coherent system taught and advanced by the IGAS, International GraphoAnalysis Society. They like to refer to it as the study of “brain writing”, because it applies regardless of whether script is generated by hand, foot, or mouth, etc. It works at the stroke rather than letter level, and hence can readily be adapted to even Chinese or Arabic, etc.

The description seems reasonable, but “syndromes” and “mental illnesses” do not have uniform patterns of writing, so such terminology is left to the psychiatrists and psychologists. GA stays with the specifics, rather than global labels.


Okay, but what about these quotations in Dream of my father:

“I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.”

“I never emulate white men, and brown men whose fates didn’t speak to my own … I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, Du Bois, and Mandala.

(Malcolm X, convicted criminal, a Muslim minister, one of the leaders of Nation of Islam. Du Bois, communist, winner of Lenin Peace Prize, praised Joseph Stalin as the greatest man of the 20th century.)

As to precision, the tool is more exact than practitioners can fully utilize. In my mind, it’s a bit like spectographs. Scientists are squeezing more and more information from them as they learn more, but much study was necessary to get to where they are already. Imaginary e.g.: a practiced spectroscopist might look at a displayed graph and say, “Good grief! Look at all the water in there! But hardly any sodium! And far too much iron!”

Isaac Newton and I would say, “Whaaaa? What’re you talking about? All I see is jaggedy colored lines!” because we aren’t trained or experienced in picking out specifics.

It’s “Dreams From My Father”, and it was mostly written by William Ayres. So I’d take anything in it with more than the usual dose of salt!

Brian H,

It’s “Dreams From My Father”,

“…and it was mostly written by William Ayres”
That proves that they were very close friends.

“So I’d take anything in it with more than the usual dose of salt!”
WHY? Obama approved the book before it was published.

@Craig: 28Reply to this comment

“So I’d take anything in it with more than the usual dose of salt!”
WHY? Obama approved the book before it was published.
Two known liars working together are better than one? 😉

The goal of both autobios was to set up O’s career. Any resemblance to his actual experiences or opinions is purely manipulative.

Brian H;
Very good analysis. Explains quite a bit. When I see and hear Obama, he reminds me exactly of a black-sheep uncle I have. He too is a compulsive liar and even convinces himself what he says is true. He will not listen when you point out he is clearly mistaken, even when substantiating it with irrefutable documented facts.

My uncle is an addict to various things; sex, drugs, alcohol, money, and control over others (since he cannot control himself) and he will resort to any and all means to get what he desires. I’ve even seen him flirt and attempt to seduce the wives and daughters of other family members. His body language and gestures are uncannily identical to Obama’s. When my uncle and Obama lie, you would never know it by how collected and serious they portray themselves. They do not do the rapid blinking and other clues. There is some sort of power they have over their emotions. If you catch them in a lie, as I’ve seen with Obama in interviews, they look downward for a moment, tilting their heads, display the same identical toothy grins on their faces, and immediately resort to taking the topic towards a totally different direction.

Both are expert con-artists. When my uncle was released from the penitentiary last year, his skills at it had improved immensely. I don’t know if it has something to do with urban street skills picked up from other inmates or what. Our entire family, except for my grandmother who dolts on him as “her baby”, no longer has anything to do with him. We finally legally broke all remaining ties with him after he turned our grandmother against the rest of the family and harassed my mother to the extent that she suffered a stroke. She signed over her share of their measly inheritance to get him to agree to never have contact with her, any of her children, or her grandchildren ever again.

I suspect Obama’s own self absorption is similar and that’s why he refuses to allow anyone access to information of his past, his denial of the rest of his family unless it suits his needs, etceteras. Everyone is to blame for his lot in life except himself. My uncle has been in prison for repeated drunk driving offenses, one of which included a manslaughter charge, the last time he got my grandmother to put her house up to pay his bail, then talked her into signing over the title of her car to him and took it to jumped bail. When he showed up at one of my siblings houses and that sibling got a call that a bounty hunter was after him and our grandmother’s house could be forfeited if he wasn’t caught, that sibling turned him in. Thereafter, according to him, it wasn’t his own drunk driving and jumping bail while on probation, that put him in prison it was our mother and all of her children.

There has got to be a psychological term for such behavior and conditioning, but I haven’t read up enough on it to put a name to it. If we can peg that, we can know what to expect and how to counteract him.

MEACHAM: You know, they don’t let him out. And have you ever seen a victory speech where there was no one else on stage?

Huh? That could have been for security purposes. How do you counter this statement when they all came out later? This guy, and this blog, should probably look for simple answers to the obvious as the more complicated ones are clearly giving you trouble.

MEACHAM: He watches us watching him.

Schizophrenics also think people can see them through the TV.

LIMBAUGH: They only now after they think they got him into office are now starting to talk about their fears about how nobody knows anything about him, his resume is thin, he’s only written two books, and they’re autobiographies…

How many books is the average person supposed to have written? 75? Obama’s written more books than Bush has read. Both were biographies yet you idiots still don’t know anything about him? That’s the fucking point of a biography!

LIMBAUGH: …we don’t know what other books he’s read. Yes, we do. We don’t know anything about him

Which one is it, fat boy?

I’ll tell you what is obvious. You can still tell what unintentionally hilarious bullshit looks and smells like. Even when it’s posted on the internet. Like this blog.

madmom: “fat boy?” You really showed your true colors in the comment above idiot. There’s no reason to respond to the rest of your garbage because you are clearly beyond reason. That’s what happens when you drink too much of the Obama Kool Aid.

I hope you enjoy the hangover. It’s going to be a long one.

The fat boy was for Limbaugh. And the lack of any substantive rebuttal on your part only indicates I was right to begin with. I didn’t need confirmation, but thanks for it anyway.


Yeah, I got it madmong. And the lack of any substantive response indicates that I think you are a fool, beneath my contempt, and any time spent trying to bring reality into your fevered brain would be a waste of time.

Think yourself right if you want because it is clear to me you already live in a fantasy world.



“Obama’s written more books than Bush has read.”

— how do you know how many books Bush has read? He managed to get through Yale with higher grades than John Kerry and got through Harvard Business School — so I would suspect he has read more than 2 books. You seem to be showing your ignorance here.

“Both were biographies yet you idiots still don’t know anything about him? That’s the fucking point of a biography!”

— First, there is the arrogance of a mere 47-year old writing not one but two biographies. Most politicians who write books talk about their actual political experiences or accomplishments. Obama wrote two self-absorbed books about his efforts to “find himself” or some such nonsense. Second, both books are full of self-aggrandizing statements that it is really difficult to come away from reading them to say “yes, now I really know who Barak Obama really is”.

An earlier poster wrote about what the Obamabot internet posters would do with their time now that the election is over. I guess we know — you will be continuing to amuse us with your bilge.

Actually, President Bush is an avid reader. When Karl Rove was in the White House he had a competition with Bush to see who could read the most books in a year. And we’re not talking light stuff.

Here’s a partial list from 2006:

Alexander II: The Last Great Tsar by Edvard Radzinsky

American Prometheus by Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin (a biography of Robert Oppenheimer, an inventor of the atomic bomb)

Clemente: The Passion and Grace of Baseball’s Last Hero by David Maraniss (about the late all-star Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder)

Lincoln: A Life of Purpose and Power by Richard Carwardine

Lincoln’s Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural by Ronald C. White Jr.

Mao: The Unknown Story by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday

Nine Parts of Desire: The Hidden World of Islamic Women by Geraldine Brooks

Polio: An American Story by David Oshinsky (discussing how polio affected the United States in the mid-20th century)

The Big Bam: The Life and Times of Babe Ruth by Leigh Montville

The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History by John M. Barry

Salt: A World History by Mark Kurlansky

The Stranger by Albert Camus

And if Madmoonbat were to read this blog before spouting his idiocy he would have realized that we cited Obama’s books often as proof of his radical past.

Perhaps I would have bothered to point that out, but it was clear that Madmoonbat is a waste of time, space and oxygen.

Did you check out that link he left us? What a Jacka$$:

Translation: In your face, suckas!
Me? My first thoughts were ”Time to gloat!
So Democrats, it’s time. Time to celebrate! Celebrate like your team just won the Super World Series Bowl.

Paint your body blue, put on a giant foam #1 hand, get into everyone’s face screaming ”Wooooo!!” just like that guy everyone hates. We’ll find ourselves standing in a parking lot, ripped up stadium seating in hand, staggering and staggeringly drunk, missing a tooth. Later we’ll get arrested.

There have been some true a$$holes out there who deserve some obnoxious derision.
It’s nice to actually be intelligent and have friends around the world once again. It’s sort of needed in order to accomplish anything.

He thinks the Obama win somehow magically increased his intelligent? How nice for you Madmonq. I think a methadone clinic has missing a rehab patient. Haven’t seen that kind of incoherence for a while. Best check on that crystal meth brewing on the stove moonbat, that stuff has a tendency to turn houses into piles of toothpicks.


Don’t bother with that asshole idiot. I never look at his links. I know in advance that it is a waist of time. I just don’t understand why the FA authors of this site tolerate idiots like him here. It diminishes the quality of this blog. One day, when the whole blog will be infested with stupid leftists like him, they will realize that they should have reacted sooner.

“We tend to idealize tolerance, then wonder why we find ourselves infested with losers and nut cases”
Patrick Nielsen Hayden

@Mike’s America:

When Karl Rove was in the White House he had a competition with Bush to see who could read the most books in a year.

According to Robert Draper in Dead Certain, not a pro-Bush propaganda book by any stretch of the imagination, he was up to 87 books for that year; but I have no idea at what point in the year Draper received that information. Even if his interview was on December 31st with Bush when that figure was given, it’s an impressive number.


WOW! This an average of 1,67 book a week.