Barack Obama has assembled a frightening assortment of appointments, friends, and associates. The following few are merely the tip of the sword Barack Obama wields in his plan to transform America in his own image.
Reverend Jeremiah Wright
The racialist black supremacist of “god damn America” fame presided over the Obama’s marriage as well as baptizing Sasha and Malia. Barack and Michelle perched in a pew, listening while the Right Reverend Wright preached racialism and hatred from the pulpit, for 20 years. He may not deserve the “Right” or the “Reverend,” being decidedly unrighteous and un-entitled to reverence. Yet the president heard nothing from his “spiritual mentor,” the man who actually coined the phrase “audacity of hope,” the title of the president’s hugely successful second autobiography. When you are a truly great man, one just won’t do.
Rick Perry once hunted at a club where, 25 years ago, a racial epithet was scrawled on a rock by the front gate; he was labeled a racist. Yet Obama listened for decades while a man preached vile racial hatred from the pulpit, and like Sgt. Shultz from Hogan’s Heroes, he knew nothing and saw nothing.
Terrorist Bill Ayers
A founding member of the Weather Underground and unrepentant terrorist, he and his wife planted explosives in federal buildings in 1970s. He hosted one of the first fundraisers for our transformational messiah. He was just a guy in the neighborhood, the president has claimed. A neighborhood in which a convicted felon, Antoin Rezko, helped our future president buy the mansion he could not afford for less than it was worth.
Yet Ayers’ style of writing bears remarkable similarities to the president’s first autobiography Dreams from My Father, but not to anything else the president has ever penned before or after, thin though the selection may be, limited by a decided lack of production from the smartest man to ever hold the office.