Wednesday, October 08, 2008


When push comes to shove, C
hicagObama supports the status quo: ineffective teachers and an expensive, impotent school system.

That's the gist of Part IV. In the preceding instalment of his four-part series, Sowell gave a sharp snapshot of Obama's addiction to Senate pork, especially where it had a directly self-serving benefit.

The series started with a view of David Freddoso's
Case Against Barack Obama , and moved on to the significance -- in regards to character, or perhaps "mettle"-- of Obama's (yes it's TRUE) belief that sex education for kindergartners is "the right thing to do." The theme of Sowell's 4-part series is the notion of the "real issues" -- something the pundits often talk about but fail to grasp.

Attention should be paid.

Not as spectacular as hanging around with terrorists or being nursed at the breast of hard-core communism or the race-grievance industry, but revealing and important nonetheless, and a more concrete basis on which to say NOBAMA.
Third parties on the outside can never know precisely what passed between Barack Obama and Bill Ayers. But they can know what passed from the Obama/Woods partnership to the forces of corruption in Chicago: BIG MONEY. And we can know the consequences of recorded votes in Illinois and Washington D.C. And therein hangs a tale for the next 28 days.

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