I’ve seen Jack Cashill’s video speeches. I’ve read Stanly Kurtz’ book, Radical in Chief. And it’s because of them and all the comments that cali has made that I believe there is more to this president’s past than we know.
- Am I convinced that he was born in Hawaii? NO.
- Do I think there’s a possibility that he was born outside this country? YES.
- Do I think that Obama could be playing us all as rubes and he really is Hawaiian born? YES.
- Do I know for certain that he’s a Christian? NO.
I’m not prepared to discount anything. And what does that say about this man we elected? It says that we really know nothing for sure about him. All that remains are more and more conspiracy theories and I see this as something that will never die. There will be theories about this guy’s life in perpetuity.
Maybe that’s what he wants to leave history: something like an Arthurian legacy. Can anyone prove, without doubt that King Arthur lived? No. Can it be proven that he didn’t? No.
Can anything be definitively proven about Obama’s early life? Very little.
He’s a little like Jesus, isn’t he? There’s a large gap of time during childhood that is all but non-existent, in both men’s lifes. The difference is that we take on faith the life of Jesus because we have no kindergarten teachers or childhood friends to question. Somehow, Obama has kept most of his past a secret and kept quiet almost all those who had to have known him.
I just don’t know what to think about this man – aside from knowing that he’s a Marxist who shares none of my beliefs or my vision of what America really is about and knowing that he has plans that will destroy the America that we love. He is dangerous to our future and another term as president will create almost irreversible damage to us as a people and a nation.