Hawaiian-born, Indonesian-raised, Son of an Atheist, Son of a Kenyan Muslim, 20-Year Member of Radical Black Liberation Church, Colleague of Terrorist William Ayers, Friend of Convict Tony Rezko, Most Liberal U.S. Senator… Now Holds Kansas Heartland Values

June 19, 2008 at 8:22 pm 1 comment

…And if you believe that, I’m sure you buy the idea of Winnie the Pooh leading the war on terror too.

Here’s his “Country I Love” (so much my wife calls it “Mean,” my Reverend calls it the “US of KK-A” and I want to “Change” it) ad.

Now that I’ve stopped laughing: He was “taught” “values straight from the Kansas heartland.” Oh really? His mother was an atheist and quasi-commie who had a thing for foreign Muslims (one from Kenya, the other from Indonesia). Not exactly a script screaming “middle American values” eh?

BACK TO REALITY: For a reminder of his real values. He’s made the southside of ChiTown his home for the past 20-plus years. Which also happens to house Tony Rezko, William Ayers, Louis Farrakhan, Jeremiah Wright, et al. All those Kansas Heartland types, ya’ll.

Let’s go to the tape. Remember, this is his spiritual mentor; his pastor of  TWENTY YEARS; the man who baptized his children; the man who married him; the man who delivered such a stirring sermon, he named his book after it. And on and on and on.

Roll…

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