I think what was "defining" is, the Republicans chanting "USA, USA, USA"
and the Obama supporters chanting, "NO USA, NO USA, NO USA"
Here is a nice video from the Canadian Free Press. Thank you Canada
Obama & Odinga - Birds of a Feather? You betcha they are.
Both good Communists that promise to redistribute the wealth.
See Comrade Obama campaigning in Kenya for Odinga at, guess who's, expense? You got it, the ****drumroll please***** American taxpayers.
And the illustrious Odinga when he lost the election goaded all the people into anarchy
|A frequent Corsi tactic is to point to some link between Obama and various unsavory persons and to imply that Obama somehow shares in their unsavoriness. He devotes an entire chapter to violent uprisings in Kenya following a disputed presidential election in 2007. The link to Obama? During a visit to Kenya in 2006, Obama and his wife, Michelle, arranged to take an AIDS test to publicly demonstrate the test's safety. While there, Obama spoke to the assembled crowd. Raila Odinga, one of the two candidates running for president, was on the stage when Obama spoke. Corsi concludes that the event constituted an endorsement of Odinga. He goes on to attribute all the violence in Kenya to an elaborate Odinga plot.
Corsi, however, offers no evidence that Obama actually did endorse Odinga. In fact, MSNBC reported that during that same trip, Obama also met with Mwai Kibaki, who was Odinga's opponent in that election, as well as with opposition leader Uhuru Kenyatta. And Human Rights Watch reported that both Odinga and Kibaki (or their supporters, anyway) had a hand in the violence that followed the election.