Impeach the Speaker

A Pattern of Concerns | Not Fit To Be Commander in Chief

Why would a presidential candidate choose to avoid placing his hand on his heart during the national anthem?

Obama pledge of allegience
Barack Obama, Governor Bill Richardson, Senator
Hillary Clinton and Ruth Harkin during the national anthem.

Is it coincidence that this is the presidential candidate who's wife, Michelle Obama, stated February 18, 2008 "For the first time in my adult life I am really proud of my country." Is she only proud of her country because her husband campaigns to be its leader and previously has not been proud of her country?

Is it further coincidence that this is the presidential candidate who's spiritual advisor for the last 20 years, and the man who married he and his wife, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr., is anti-semitic and claims that America supports terrorism, invited the 9/11 attack, invented the HIV virus as a means of genocide against African Americans, blames the Jews for the world's problems and seemingly enjoys the repeated rant of "God Damn America"? Is it a coincidence that this is the presidential candidate endorsed by Louis Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam, the New Black Panther Party and other anti-white and anti-semitic hate groups?

Is it anything less than a double standard and complete bigotry when Obama stereotypes with the phrase "typical white person", knowing that if Hillary Clinton, John McCain or any other non-African American recast the same phrase in the form of 'typical black person' they would themselves be cast a racist and their resignation demanded?

Are these behaviors that the American people can trust to their Commander-in-Chief? These are difficult questions that when posed individually can be easily dismissed, however, when posed collectively give the appearance of a pattern which is clearly not in the best interest of America.

The sadness, ridiculousness and danger of Political Correctness (PC) in America.

Barack Obama

Racism is a one way street - from white to back. The words, actions and history of a black man are immune from scrutiny and racial bigotry.