Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Why I am Voting Against Barak Obama

I know. You're wondering why I am talking about politics on this blog about astronomy, UFOs, aliens and other such stuff? Well... Let me explain.

This election will affect all of us. Not just Wall Street. Not just Joe America, but all of us. Even us way out on the fringe's edge! I'm sure that some would have you believe that myself and others from THE MILLENNIUM GROUP have no values, not even any morals, and not any beliefs. That's just not true. (In the next few months, you'll find out that I am very unlike the usual fringe writer. The new website is soon to be launched and I think if you are a regular reader you will be happily surprised at what I have for you).

First, let me speak personally. I believe that to disagree, is alright. You can feel free to disagree with me. But I also feel it's alright, and even my legal right if not obligation to express my opinion. If you disagree with me, as long as it is civil, I will post it and I won't call you names!

I'm voting against Obama because of his voting record and thus his stance about abortion. This is very wrong and in my belief is even evil. He has supported legislation that says that it is alright for an abortionist to kill a newborn after he has induced labor, if that baby is alive out of the mother's womb. Here's a quote from Michael Gerson of the Washington Post on Obama's stand:

"Obama's record on abortion is extreme. He opposed the ban on partial-birth abortion -- a practice a fellow Democrat, the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan, once called "too close to infanticide." Obama strongly criticized the Supreme Court decision upholding the partial-birth ban. In the Illinois state Senate, he opposed a bill similar to the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act, which prevents the killing of infants mistakenly left alive by abortion. And now Obama has oddly claimed that he would not want his daughters to be "punished with a baby" because of a crisis pregnancy -- hardly a welcoming attitude toward new life."

And in this next quote Gerson speaks of another popular senator's position:
When Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer was pressed to affirm that she opposed the medical killing of children after birth, she refused to commit, saying that children deserve legal protection only "when you bring your baby home." It was unclear whether this included the car trip."

That reason is the reason why I'm voting against Obama.

Now to the issues that probably concern you and me. I have this idea that many who call themselves, or think of themselves as, "Liberal", honestly believe that if a Liberal Democrat is in theWhite house that there will be more disclosure. Well, the sad fact of the issue is that we have had Liberal Democrats in the White house, and here we are. Not much better than we were 10, 20, or 50 year ago. There was admittedly some limited help from the Freedom of Information Act, but the greatest leap that we have made in understanding this issue has been from persistent researchers. Even the Freedom of Information Act was very controlled and if there weren't people like fifteen year old John Greenewald jr. we would never know the things that we do know.

So if you're expecting Obama to suddenly come out and say "here's what we know about the UFO/alien issue", you're very lost in this world. which brings me to another reason I'm not voting for him. This last month money has been tight around my household. I started looking for ways to cut back of course, like any sensible person might do. I looked at my paycheck stub first. Have you done this lately? I can't believe how much gets taken out of my hard earned bucks! Then I took a look at my utility bills. WOW! I can't believe the taxes and fees that every stinking one of tack on to the bill. It's not just paying for the service anymore. Than in our little Southern California town, they want to pass another add on to the local utility bills to pay for the city council's past poor budget handling. This is why I can't vote for Obama. Today he told a plumber that he wants to "redistribute wealth".

I am tired of government involved in my life and taking away what I myself have earned. Am I concerned about the poor? Of course I am. In fact I gave more to charity over the last ten years than Biden and Obama did together. I'm not bragging... well I guess I am. Please forgive me. But I'm not really all that wealthy, not like those two guys are. But the point is - LESS GOVERNMENT, NOT MORE! More government means more control not less. More government control means less info on the subject at hand. Does that mean that McCain will be more forthcoming? What do you think? At least there's a better chance at less government and not more.

So this election does concern us interested in this issue. Someone please ask these candidates if they will be more forthcoming on this issue! See you soon!

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Anonymous said...

The reason why the U.S. is in trouble right now isn't because of more government but less! When government began to remove many restrictions in the financial sector, all sorts of speculation took place.

tmg_founder said...

Actually - "Anonymous", what started this last fiasco, is the liberals demanding more regulations, requiring Fannie May and Freddie Mac to give loans to the "underpriviledged" or in other words subprime loans to people that couldn't pay them back. In my (what used to be) little town, house building wnet crazy over the last few years. And now every third house or so, is empty, the lawns are dead and there is a real estate sign in from that says "bank owned". I was grateful for Bush's tax cuts. One of the few things he did right. So it wasn't removing restrictions, strictly speaking it was giving the big banks the opportunity to give subprime loans to those that couldn't pay for them. Now you and I get to pay for them.
gary d. goodwin