Be Careful What You Vote For

If you’re considering to vote for Sen. Obama, your first reaction to the picture above is probably to dismiss its message as Republican scare tactics. But before you do that, please ask yourself whether your reaction would be the same if instead of Sen. Obama, there was someone else running for the Oval Office. That somebody would be a politician, whose mentor was known as a father of modern left radicalism and proponent of “silent revolution”; a polician who has publicly called for creation of a domestic “security force” as powerful as U.S. military; someone who just as publicly has said that U.S. should be more like communist China; someone who said that as The President he would make every American middle student (i.e. every 11 year old  kid) to perform 50 hours of public service a year. If the candidacy of this person makes the picture above less far-fetched, you may want to reconsider your initial reaction. That politician is, in fact, Sen. Obama himself, though it’s not the Sen. Obama you may know from the news.

Sen. Obama has been an ardent follower of legendary Saul Alinsky, whose book Rules for Radicals (considered one of the best handbooks by the radical left) states the following in its opening chapter: The Prince was written by Machiavelli for the Haves on how to hold power. Rules for Radicals is written for the Have-Nots on how to take it away. Saul Alinsky’s son has recently praised Sen. Obama’s shrewd use of socialist methods in his campaign and stated that “Obama learned his lesson well”. It was Sen. Obama who called for creation of powerful domestic security force, it was he who very recently said that America should be more like China, and it was he who recently promised a mandatory service for every kid and every student: “when I’m President, I will set a goal for all American middle and high school students to perform 50 hours of service a year, and for all college students to perform 100 hours of service a year” and it was he who has clearly hinted at reestablishing the draft.

Sen. Obama indeed learned his lesson well. Very well, in fact, for he was able to deceive many voters who would never even consider voting for someone with his views and agenda, had they known the truth. And part of the lesson Sen. Obama’s teachers have taught him is the need for a huge, strong, controlling government that knows better what’s good for the country than its citizens. It’s the same sort of government that other talented students of this doctrine have established successfully in quite a few countries over the last century. Soviet Russia, China, North Korea, Nazi Germany and–very recently-Venezuela. It’s called police state and you simply must have it if you want to push your agenda on your citizens whether they want it or not. This is the true nature of change that Sen. Obama would bring if elected. As for the use of the familiar round logo in the picture above–watch out for the upcoming post on the role symbols play in politics.

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13 responses

  1. Hello. I was reading someone elses blog and saw you on their blogroll. Would you be interested in exchanging blog roll links? If so, feel free to email me.


  2. I”m so glad you came by! You want to meet some friends of mine like the people at No Quarter — you art and text are perfect. I’ll be linking you. Your art is contra their message — could we ever have long talks about that…it’s all been about target marketing a logo via Alinsky tactics using propaganda for a long time. A long time, and I have theories on why it is working–this is the ritalin set — they are drugged? On prozac and other things and so they can’t reason? the feeling function is shut off–but that is another conversation — thanks for coming by!

    It’s no different to this demographic than getting a certain brand of coffee? They are going by the logo only—-no thought. Ala Brave New World

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog,. I am impressed with the images (and sickened by the Obama posters at that designsforobama site.) I’ll add this site to my blogroll.

  4. Doc,

    Excellent stuff here! Enjoyed your graphics and posts.


  5. Maybe enjoyed was the wrong word for the graphics, they’re effectively alarming.

  6. Thanks everyone for your support. It’s great to hear you guys all agree with the approach.

    Valentine – people are people. I don’t blame them for just wanting to go on with their lives and getting polical perspective from the likes of CNN. We’re all used to democracy and it’s hard to recoginize the fundamental change the country is going though only by reading papers–in large part because of their extremely biased position. We need to start the conversation, we need to open people’s eye before it’s too late and the human mind is just wired in such a way that making a 5-sec impression is often the best way to start. We should do whatever it takes to prevent the Brave New World taking over.

  7. Sam – thanks for linking.
    Jack – I know what you mean. With Future News you have found a very effective format yourself. Feel free to directly plug in my Flickr repository into yours. Keep in touch.

    – Jeff

  8. Thanks for your visit to Say Anything. Always nice to have new commenters.

    Best of luck with your new blog, and I’m glad you enjoyed my piece this morning on the buyer’s remorse Americans are sure to feel if this con man gets the job.

    Great pic with your article, by the way.


  9. Excellent work here. It’s unfortunate the majority of the media are niave enough to let this guy (obama) get a pass. Or maybe their not naive, maybe the media really are radical leftisits that could care less about our country.

  10. Let’s hope it doesn’t come to this! I will never understand why any average American citizen could believe that putting a socialist in the White House is the best option for our country.

  11. I can’t tell you how very much I appreciate your comments left at my blog..thank you for dropping by.

    I will urge my readrs to follow the links to here.

    There is much to be done, and so little time to do it.

    Thanks, again.

  12. Scott Ferrarello | Reply

    Great photo….but too real for my tastes.

  13. Great stuff! Both article and graphic work.

    The “Obama phenomenon” reminds me the German Folklore of the “Pied Piper of Hamelin,” in which the piper kidnapped all the chidren from the town of Hamelin with his magic flute in 1763 when their parents refused to pay the Piper for his rat-exterminating services. In this modern tale of campaign election, the town is America and the magic sound of Obama’s flute is the propaganda machine of US mainstream media. This is the only way we can explain why there were a lot of dumb ass listening to Obama’s magic spell of “Change.” Hopefully, the Internet would be another magic incantation that could break Obama and his Democratic cohort’s radical revolution.

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