Agree with Inhofe


Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe says that Barack Obama can’t win the presidency. I agree with his reasoning, and have for a long time.

Regardless of what polls show, Inhofe said, voters will have to ask themselves a question once they get behind the curtain in the voting booth on Election Day.

“Do you really want to have a guy as commander in chief of this country when you can question whether or not he really loves his country?” he asked.

“That’s the big question.”

I’m not part of the crowd that thinks it can, or should, judge the patriotism of others based on their politics. I’ve never questioned anyone’s patriotism that I can recall. But Barack’s affiliation with Reverends Wright and Pfleger, along with his close alliance with the domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, present compelling evidence of an underlying radicalism. Throw in his wife’s statements about the country for seasoning.

Inhofe went on to deny that he was doing what he was doing.

After he was asked for an explanation on why voters should question Obama’s love for his country, Inhofe issued a written statement on Friday to clarify his earlier comments.”Let me be clear,” he said.

“I am not questioning Sen. Obama’s patriotism, but you have to question why at times he seems so obviously opposed to public displays of patriotism and national pride, like wearing an American flag lapel pin.”

Inhofe said Americans can show pride in their country in different ways but suggested all should be straightforward.

Of course he’s questioning Barack’s patriotism, as well he should. But in our world of dumb media, this technique protects the stater of fact from facing the music for stating the facts. McCain used this trick quite successfully.

When Barack’s alliances are explored by the 527’s over the next several weeks, his dropping poll numbers will get down for good.

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