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A Man Is Known by the Company He Keeps
by Robert M. Liu   
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Last edited: Thursday, October 09, 2008
Posted: Thursday, October 09, 2008

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To be sure, Obama is not an Islamic terrorist, but he is certainly a terrorist sidekick due to his close association with William Ayers, who was a bomb-throwing Weather Underground terrorist in the 1970s and is still unrepentant today. Like they say, a man is known by the company he keeps.

A Man Is Known by the Company He Keep

-- by Robert M. Liu

Opinion surveys show that the percentage of Americans who believe Obama if elected president will be able to handle economic issues better than John McCain is higher than the percentage of those who believe McCain will do a better job on the economy. But on what basis? Because Obama is a Nobel prize winner in economics? Certainly not. Judging from what he has to say about the economy, he doesn’t seem to have read much on economics. But the economy has tanked under a Republican administration, and McCain is a Republican. So McCain is guilty by association. Like they say, a man is known by the company he keeps.

Now, opinion surveys also show that Obama is 9 to 11 percentage points ahead among registered voters. In other words, he is very likely to win the November 2008 presidential election. If investors also believe that Obama if elected will be able to do a better job on the economy than McCain, they should love the current election prospects and buy more U.S. stocks. Instead, they have kept selling and the bottom has fallen out. This suggests that investors are scared of the strong possibility of an Obama presidency. This is because they know who Obama is.

To be sure, there is no evidence that Obama is an Islamic terrorist. What is known is that Obama’s father was Muslim and that Obama himself is a terrorist sidekick. According to media reports, he is closely associated with a man by the name of William Ayers, who was a bomb-throwing Weather Underground terrorist in the 1970s and is still unrepentant today. America is a free country, where there is no law forbidding Obama to be close to an unrepentant ex-terrorist with a strong leftist ideology. But again like they say, a man is known by the company he keeps. There is definitely something in common between unrepentant ex-terrorist Ayers and Obama, at least in ideology. It should be very safe to say that Obama is a politician from the far left.

Judging from the fact that he has been associated with Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s church, listening to Wright’s un-American leftist sermons with a sympathetic ear for so many years, there is every reason to believe that Obama has been a political activist from the far left for years. Now, he is very likely to be the next president of the United States of America. Investors understand that would be a disaster to their portfolios. Conservatives understand that an Obama presidency would not only change the colour of the American presidency, but also the fundamental nature of America as a capitalist superpower with hefty responsibilities to protect the entire capitalist Free World.

The question is who you are. If you are from the far left, you should vote for Obama. If you are conservative, you are not likely to vote for Obama. Chances are you are neither left-wing, nor conservative. And there are many meatheads who are incapable of using their brains to do logic. They eat too much and don’t want to bother their minds. Or they simply don’t care. Most likely, they seldom read good books or reputable newspapers and magazines, because reading hurts their eyes. But that’s our world. Take a look around you and count… How many people you know are serious thinkers? America is at a crossroads. A great country like the United States of America could be destroyed by a bunch of stupid people who vote the wrong way. This possibility is so strong that even Iranian president Ahmadinejad started to talk about the American superpower’s collapse and demise recently. Why? Because he saw the strong growth of un-American forces in America itself. The question is who represents such un-American forces? John McCain? You wouldn’t believe that, would you?

Oct. 10, 2008
 

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Reviewed by Aubrey Hammack
Good write.
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