Jul 272012
 

The Obama Fairy Tale Is Not For Kids

Obama stokingFairy tales come in many flavors. Some uplift us with their inspirational messages—often with sound ethical lessons. The Obama Fairy Tale does not meet that criteria. First, it was created by a politician to sell others a false story. Second, it has convinced far too many adults that the fairy tale is not a fairy tale at all, but that it is a wonderful and true story about Barack Obama, President of the United States of America. Therefor, it is not uplifting at all. It is just one more con job foisted on us by Barack Obama. Tough language? I call them like I see them.

Watch this:

Come on America, we all have to face the facts about our president. Our future and the future of our children depend on it. The truth (there really is such a thing.) is that this video does not even begin to expose the scope and reach of Barack Obama’s deception. In fact, Mr. Obama’s two most remarkable traits are his rhetorical gift and his habitual and disturbingly casual propensity to lie.

These are not partisan claims made by equally dishonest opponents of Mr. Obama. You just watched a video in which his dishonesty could not be more clear. But as I have said, the video barely begins to tell the whole story. In fact, my research prompted me to write an article entitled, Documented Obama Lies. You can read it and make up your own mind. You can find even more articles on Mr. Obama’s dishonesty here: Obama’s Dishonesty.

A personal note: I can only imagine how difficult the journey of growing up must have been for young Barack Obama. He never knew his father. His mother abandoned him at an early age. He was a bi-racial child, though identified as Black. As though these conditions were not enough to confuse and challenge him, he was raised by his grandparents who were both White. So yes, it must have been a rough ride. Perhaps he needed to create a fairy tale for himself in order to cope a little better with his many challenges. I don’t know. However, none of it changes what we must consider when we assess the qualifications we set for our presidents, and character, which includes honesty, is at the top of the list.

What do you think? We want to know.