Tuesday, August 28, 2012

The Patriot Post (Burt Prelutsky's quote)

   This following quote was included in an email letter from The Patriot Post that came yesterday.  I very much enjoy reading the Patriot Post newsletters because they include news and commentary that mainstream media omits or relegates to an insignificant section of the news.  (If you're not familiar with this great resource I have included some info at the bottom.)
     I am extremely baffled at the support our president still has when he has been so dishonest and secretive with the American people.  Where is his birth certificate?  How about his college and law school transcripts?  His passport records?  How can he flagrantly disobey the Constitution and no one says anything about it?  I can only hope and pray America wakes up and votes him out this election!  Otherwise I have little hope for this country.
    If you're interested, you can read yesterday's entire newsletter here.  Mr. Prelutsky's quote can be found under the section, "The Last Word" near the bottom.

"[I] find it annoying that even after three years of this administration's lies and incompetence, Obama remains personally popular with so many people. I mean, even if you support his policies, as apparently many people do, why is it that more people aren't turned off by his obvious arrogance, narcissism and hypocrisy? ... In spite of all that, according to the polls, Obama is running neck-to-neck with a genuinely decent guy like Romney. I'm afraid that says less about Obama than it does about the typical American voter. On top of everything else, Obama wants to condemn Romney for being wealthy, although he is not as wealthy as such Obama supporters as Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey, Barbra Streisand or George Soros. Obama condemns Romney for outsourcing American jobs, even though the liberal Washington Post points out that's an outright lie, while Obama has personally overseen the out-sourcing of billions of American tax dollars to such places as China, Finland and Brazil. Whether it's because of his traumatic upbringing or his later political influences, which, by his own admission, included racists, radicals and communists, I sincerely believe that Obama has several screws loose." --columnist Burt Prelutsky

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