Uploaded on Jul 21, 2008
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, swims like a duck—it's a duck; but enough with modern theology, let's exam the facts.
Barack Obama's childhood hero, Nation of Islam spokesman Malcolm X said after President Kennedy's assassination that, "chickens are coming home to roost."
Barack Obama's spiritual mentor, Jeremiah Wright said after 9/11 that, "America's chickens are coming home to roost."
Jeremiah Wright traveled to Libya with (to meet Muammar Qaddafi, who at the time was a sponser of Islamic terrorism) and gave a Lifetime Achievement Award to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
Barack Obama's cousin in Kenya is Raila Odinga, who among other things advocates Sharia (Islamic) Law. After he lost Kenya's presidential election in 2007, his supporters went on a violent rampage killing hundreds of people across Kenya, some of whom were Christians taking refuge inside a church. Odinga's supporters surrounded the church and burned it to the ground, burning the people alive who were inside. Obama campaigned for Odinga when he visited Kenya in 2006.
Barack Obama has said he will meet without preconditions with the leaders of terrorist nations, but he refuses to meet without preconditions his U.S. political opponent John McCain.
On the campaign trail Barack Obama has stated, "Why don't we follow the guidelines in the book of Leviticus" and has called the passage in Romans that addresses homosexuality an "obscure passage." No Christian would say this. These are Muslim talking points.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, the same people who cheered when the Twin Towers fell and celebrate in the streets every time Jewish civilians in Israel are killed, are campaigning for Barack Obama. Don't believe me, here's the video.
Ever wonder why the Islamic world is the poorest, the least educated, the most violent, and the most intolerant place on the planet?
For more information on Barack Obama listen to "Who Is Barack Obama - An Introduction," and "Who Is Barack Obama - Connecting The Dots."