Wednesday, September 03, 2008

A Question Of Experience

"I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a 'community organizer,' except that you have actual responsibilities." ~ Sarah Palin

Regarding the above quotation: I think she should have added, "and every decision you make you are held accountable for."

The Liberally biased media keeps insisting that the American people be enlightened as to the qualifications of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to be Vice President.

Have you noticed they continue to reference her experience as the mayor of a small town, while completely ignoring the fact that she is the Governor of Alaska? That experience alone qualifies her to be Vice President, if not President, in my opinion. After all, the office of Governor is executive branch experience, is it not?

In her acceptance speech Wednesday evening, Ms Palin not only ably answered those questions, she raised questions about the Democrat Presidential nominee's own qualifications.

And why shouldn't she? The Liberally biased media hasn't asked them yet. Nor will they unless Obama says or does something to turn the media against him.

Don't hold your breath waiting for that to happen.

In an attempt to defend himself against the charges levied at him by Governor Sarah Palin, Barack Hussein Obama has gone on record now defending his belief in his qualifications to be President based on his vast experience as a community organizer, then a civil rights attorney, then a law professor.

But since the media won't ask him these questions, I will. Here are the things I want to know about Obama before I pass final judgment as to his qualifications:

First, what exactly does a community organizer do? I suppose they organize communities. (duh) But to do what? And is that necessarily a good thing?

I seem to recall another community organizer in another community not too long ago. His name is Al Sharpton. What did Community organizer Al Sharpton organize his community to do?

Not much. Community organizer Al only spread a false rumor about a fictitious rape, causing race riots, millions of dollars in property damage, and nearly ended a young prosecutor's career in the process. He was judged guilty of complicity in a civil suit, but to this day, has refused to admit he did anything wrong.

After a black child was accidentally killed by a Jewish motorist, Community organizer Sharpton organized hundreds of community citizens to march through the Jewish neighborhood, chanting, "No justice, no peace." A rabbinical student, Yankel Rosenbaum, was surrounded by a mob shouting "Kill the Jews!" and stabbed to death. Again, no apology was offered by community organizer Sharpton.

When the United House of Prayer, a large black landlord in Harlem, raised the rent on Freddy's Fashion Mart, Freddy's white Jewish owner was forced to raise the rent on his subtenant, a black-owned music store. A landlord-tenant dispute ensued and Community organizer Sharpton took advantage of the situation to incite racial hatred. "We will not stand by," he warned, "and allow them to move this brother so that some white interloper can expand his business." Sharpton's National Action Network (a Community organization) set up picket lines. Customers going into Freddy's were spat on and cursed as "traitors" and "Uncle Toms." One citizen of Al Shartptons community burst into Freddy's, shot four employees point-blank, then set the store on fire. Seven employees died in the inferno. Guess what? Sharpton never apologized for his role in the massacre.

Now we know Barry Hussein Obama was a community organizer, but that's all we know. Was he a Community organizer in the mode of Al Sharpton? How about Screwy Louie Farrakhan? Did he improve his community in his capacity as a community organizer, or did he, like Sharpton, Jeremiah Wright, and Farrakhan et al, stir up racial unrest and further separate the races?

We know he helped build affordable housing for poor black families on Chicago's southside by securing taxpayer funded funding. It cost the citizens of Chicago millions of dollars in higher taxes, and eventually, the whole project failed miserably. His partner in the venture, Tony Rezko, the infamous Chicago slumlord, built the units below code guidelines and instead of creating "affordable" housing, created dangerously unsafe slums, full of rats, insects, poor sewage, and deadly levels of lead and asbestos. Not to mention the danger of the community being exposed to murderous street gangs.

I wonder if the citizens of Chicago appreciate how hard Obama worked to waste their hard earned money?

How about his tenure as a civil rights attorney? Did he do anything in this capacity to bring blacks and whites together? Is there no evidence to indicate who's civil rights he defended? And did he ever win? Or was it his role to violate someone's civil rights?

Who knows? I don't. Do you? All we know is he was a civil rights attorney.

Then, he was also a law school professor. What did he teach his students? Did he teach them the actual law? Or did he teach them the law as he sees it? How does he see the law? Does he see it as something that works for him or against him? What or who's law did he teach? Did he teach his students to obey the law or disobey the law? We don't know those details. Will we ever know?

Now, the ultimate question:

In what way does any of the preceding occupations make Mr. Hussein Obama qualified to be President of the United States of America?

Just askin'.

By the way, I think the media's treatment of Governor Palin and her family is below shameful. I don't have the vocabulary to describe how low they are. Suffice it to say they are so low, they could walk upright under an ant. Here is an example of Liberally biased journalism at it's worst.


Trader Rick said...

The democrats are in a blind panic, scared to death of Palin--They will stop at nothing to get her off the ticket. And nothing short of revealing she is a serial killer will abate our enthusiasm for her!

Jim said...

Ready on day 1? Palin isn't even ready to face the media for at least two weeks. What a joke!

Lone Ranger said...

Up to 10 thousand people have canceled their subscriptions to Us Magazine. Who knew even that many HAD subscriptions? These liberals don't know how to respond to Palin's selection. It is not in their nature to be fair and balanced. They just keep digging themselves in deeper and deeper. They're going to need that big hole to bury all their dreams on November 5th.

Marie's Two Cents said...

That's alot of questions Mark.

I dont have any idea the answer's to those questions. But I sure would like to know more about Obama's Connection to Screwy Louie Farrakhan!

Mark said...

According to mindless Obama worshipper Jim, "Palin isn't even ready to face the media for at least two weeks".

She has already faced the media and did an outstanding job. She demonstrated poise, intelligence, and strong moral values.

What has Obama demonstrated? As far as I can see, he has demonstrated an ability to read a teleprompter with passion. But on his own, he stutters and stammers like a nervous schoolboy trying to get up the courage to ask the homecoming queen out.

And, as I asked, which you, Jim, have no answer to, is which of those previous experiences qualifies him to be President? By the way, I asked you in the last post to name me three things he has accomplished in the legislature, and I notice you can't think of even one thing. But, thanks for playing. Come back when you have something of substance.

Mark said...

Uh, by the way, Jim. I realize you take umbrage with me calling you an idiot, but take solace in the fact that I call anyone an idiot that worships Obama.

Anyone, no matter how smart they think they are, who worships Obama so blindly, so mindlessly, without reason, is an idiot. To support someone for President who has absolutely no credentials to be even a dog catcher is just plain idiotic.

Therefore, unless you can tell me something Obama has done that qualifies him to lead this country, you are an idiot.

Trader Rick said...

I think Obama might make an adequate dog catcher, Just give him a chance...

Jim said...

Regarding Obama's achievements in the legislature:

Obama gained bipartisan support for legislation reforming ethics and health care laws. He sponsored a law increasing tax credits for low-income workers, negotiated welfare reform, and promoted increased subsidies for childcare.

In the US Senate Obama has sponsored (besides over 600 co-sponsored) 136 bills.

Father Gregori said...

Like you Mark, I would like to know the answers to those questions, and I would like to know just where exactly he was born and I want to see proof. I would like to know if an actual investigation has been started or done into the allegations that the "birth certificate" he posted to his website is a forgery.

I would also like to know if an investigation has been started into the allegations that millions of dollars of his campaign money came from sources in the Middle East and China.

Will we ever know? I doubt it.

Ms.Green said...

Four words.

The Liberals are Scared.

Trader Rick said...

And if they're not, they will be.
They WILL be.