Monday, April 14, 2008

Barrack Hussian Obama, guns and religion

Elitist (and Liberal) Barrack Hussian Obama told a group in San Francisco last week that some rural voters are bitter and "cling to guns or religion."

Tell us Obama Hussian, what do you really think about ordinary Americans living in rural America?

It's not like your church is mainstream America or do you think it is?

Bitter are the words spoken by Rev. Wright!

His words were not an issue while your children and wife were attending church and before you were running for president. I gather that's the norm your used to and Rev. Wright gets a pass on being a bitter American, as you surely thought that was the norm when he spoke them or you would have left the church in search of another.

What of Chicago with the strictest of gun laws?

Last available data shows 15,964 robberies, 17,943 assaults and 448 murders for the last reporting period.

I would be a bitter American if I had to put up with that and definitely be clinging to my guns. A little religion wouldn't hurt either.

Yellowstone County Commissioner Democrat Bill Kennedy said it best...

Going to church and going hunting are part of Montana's heritage not "something we 'cling to' out of bitterness or frustration." He says Obama's comments showed a disconnect with rural Montana.

I think Mr. Kennedy speaks for all of America, not just Montana!


  1. You are full of shit... Once you get past your myopic, arrogant high horse... you may start to realise that Obama is really all you have got. He will be the best president America ever had.

  2. please xplain you sound somewhat semi retarded sir