Is voting for Obama really making a change? Let’s just look at the college educations of the last 3 presidents in comparison to Barack Obama.

George H Bush – Yale University
Bill Clinton – Yale University & Oxford
George W Bush – Yale University & Harvard University

Barack Obama – Harvard University

John McCain – United States Naval Academy

Which one do you suppose is the real change?


At the end of World War I, Germany was both a democracy and a country that was heavily in debt where inflation was out of control and severe social problems were a grave concern. Adolf Hitler promised to CHANGE his Germany and restore the “respect” that many Germans thought was so unjustly taken from them.
Funny how history repeats itself.

He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future
  — Adolf Hitler

Rock the Vote

Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.
— Adolf Hitler

From the Hitler playbook.

It is always more difficult to fight against faith than against knowledge.
— Adolf Hitler

I am not saying that Barack Obama is like Adolf Hitler. I am saying that the campaign tactics being employed are like those Hitler employed over the youth of Germany in the 1930’s.
The usage of fear, emotion, propaganda, and religious symbolism is all too similar.
Of course there could be another reason for the blind devotion of his followers.

Excellent explanation about where money comes from. It’s about 40 minutes and well worth the watch. If you watch it, think about what happens to our system, when millions of borrowers are given loans when they couldn’t afford to pay them back. (i.e. No Doc Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac)

Which candidate talks more about what they will do and how they will govern and which candidate promises more things and in a sense trys to bribe you for your vote?

Which candidate is more likely to to reform a system filled with criminals and which will not? Which candidate surrounds themselves and associates themselves with the people of the criminal ilk?

The type of voter that will vote for Obama, is the type who wants a hand out, or is of the type who has benefited economically in an undeserved way. Essentially the top and bottom of the financial spectrum.


Barack Obama consistently votes for, or votes present, on issues relating to increasing taxes and transferring wealth from those who have worked for it to those who do not. This is not an issue of having empathy for those in need. I can’t think of many people who don’t. What is at issue is how do we help those in need? Do we make them forever dependent on the state or is the help temporary until they can support themselves?

Sure, sure, Barack Obamas ‘PLAN’ says is lowers taxes on everyone except the rich, and the rich is defined as anyone earning over 250k. Now that the dollar has been devalued so much, what will 250k be equivalent to a few years from now? How is rich defined?

This question has been coming out a lot lately. The Obama campaign, the news media, and pundits, actors, and the like have all been asking it. I have never seen this question asked before. Is it just because she is a women? And why is it that mostly the liberal establishment have been asking that question? Where is the feminist outrage? I thought that the liberals democrats championed womens rights? Or is that only when those rights match their ideology?

So what are the qualifications for the office of President (and Vice President) of the United States?