Originally Posted by ckblv
Nope, I didn't link to anything to do with Jerome Corsi as you would know if you had bothered to open and read the link.
Also, if you had bothered to open and view the video of Obama campaigning for Odinga with Odinga at his side or I should say Odinga with Obama at his side.
You aren't seriously saying that one can't trust video's now are you?
I am confused why one would comment on a post if one hasn't bothered to open the link and view the video.
Your guy has awful, horrible terrorist friends Z. I don't want him in my White House.
I am voting for McCain for all the reasons I have stated on this forum many times. McCain has been my man ever since the primaries. Not all people are buying Obama's baloney.
That's kind of mean.
Actually, Jerome Corsi was the first one to make up this story-- your source was just repeating his lies. I'm sorry if I hurt your feelings, but I am dreadfully tired of not debating any actual issues and instead having to discount things that are easily proven false with a minimal amount of research. There are things I don't like about Barack Obama, too, but they are differences of policy, rather than me believing lies from the spin factory.
And it isn't YOUR White House. It belongs to all of us equally, and right now a fair few more of us do want Sen Obama in it.
So far, your contention that Obama doesn't have a birth certificate has been proven false, your claim that he is never been bipartisan has been proven false, your claim that Dr King was a republican is slightly dubious... If I found out I was so misinformed by the news I was reading, I would probably start looking for some other sources.
I used to like McCain too-- when it looked like Clinton might be the nominee I was truly considering McCain, an 'undecided' voter, you might say. There are a lot of us who, whether the far right wants to believe it or not, weighed the options pretty fairly and weren't fooled by McCain's about-face pandering to the very people our country desperately needs to stop listening to. McCain of 2000 was a pretty good prospect, I remember thinking at the beginning that no matter who won it would be pretty okay. That McCain, unfortunately, disappeared sometime well before convention season, and a long time before Gov Palin.
And I did watch the video, Cindy. Why would you think I hadn't? See, if you watched the video without thinking ahead of time that it was proof of Jerome Corsi's lies, then you would see that it isn't actually at all. Proof they've met, proof they might know each other. Gasp, proof that he's been to his father's homeland! On the stage you can also find Odinga's opponent. They were both there, and Obama was campaigning for neither. He met both of them, because, you know, they were the two major contenders http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14512605/
And as for Annenberg (I pass the darn thing every single day on my way to work and class, and it's no bastion of liberalism)-- it was founded by this guy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Annenberg
who served in the Nixon administration and was friends with the Reagans. That's some serious liberalism, there!