Sunday, August 24, 2008

Obama Mentor Loved Children

That is right. Obama's communist mentor Frank Marshall Davis loved children. And not in a good way. The American Thinker has this "lovely" quote from The Telegraph UK:

The Telegraph UK is reporting that Davis, a close friend of Obama's mother and his maternal grandfather, published an autobiographical, pornographic book, "Sex Rebel:Black," under the pseudonym "Bob Greene."

Marshall admitted to having written the book, which he said describes factual sexual encounters that he and his wife had with minors and other couples. "I could not then truthfully deny that this book, which came out in 1968 as a Greenleaf Classic, was mine," said Davis. The Telegraph states that, "In the introduction to Sex Rebel, Davis explains that although he has "changed names and identities...all incidents I have described have been taken from actual experiences."

Marshall's book describes, in lurid detail, his sexual encounters, including multiple group encounters with his wife and a 13 year old girl: "I'm not one to go in for Lolitas. Usually I'd rather not bed a babe under 20. But there are exceptions. I didn't want to disappoint the trusting child. At her still-impressionistic age, a rejection might be traumatic, could even cripple her sexually for life."
I have nothing against kinky sex. Some people like it. Most others don't. And America is a free country. We have room here for all kinds. However, statutory rape seems to be pushing the envelope a little far.

The question for me is: was Obama a not only a willing student of Frank's Communism, but also involved in his other educational activities? Heaven knows we don't need another Clinton in the White House. It is unseemly and a distraction. The President is supposed to concentrate on Foreign Policy. OTOH if Biden takes on that job it could free Obama for more pleasurable pursuits. Maybe the deal is Obama takes on one kind of Foreign Affairs and Biden takes on the other kind. A division of labor if you will.

4 comments:

Pal2Pal said...

He didn't want to disappoint the trusting child? I guess we now know where Obama gets his incredible arrogance.

I am presuming that the "trusting child" was, in fact, a 13 year old virgin. What kind of twisted mind does a person have to have to think like this?

Doug said...

Obama, on the other hand, has no great affection for fetuses or recently born babies.
(if one can infer a certain lack of caring from his loving embrace of infanticide)
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They're Paying Attention Now

The Rick Warren debate mattered. Why? It took place at exactly the moment America was starting to pay attention. This is what it looked like by the end of the night: Mr. McCain, normal. Mr. Obama, not normal. You've seen this discussed elsewhere. Mr. McCain was direct and clear, Mr. Obama both more careful and more scattered. But on abortion in particular, Mr. McCain seemed old-time conservative, which is something we all understand, whether we like such a stance or not, and Mr. Obama seemed either radical or dodgy. He is "in favor . . . of limits" on late-term abortions, though some would consider those limits "inadequate." (In the past week much legal parsing on emanations of penumbras as to the viability of Roe v. Wade followed.)

As I watched I thought: How about "Let the baby live"? Don't parse it. Just "Let the baby live."

As to the question when human life begins, the answer to which is above Mr. Obama's pay grade, oh, let's go on a little tear. You know why they call it birth control? Because it's meant to stop a birth from happening nine months later. We know when life begins. Everyone who ever bought a pack of condoms knows when life begins.

To put it another way, with conception something begins. What do you think it is? A car? A 1948 Buick?
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- Exclusive Obama's lost law review article -
His article acknowledged a public interest in the health of the fetus, but also seemed to demonstrate his continuing commitment to abortion rights, and suggested that the government may have more important concerns than "ensuring that any particular fetus is born."

M. Simon said...

I'm pretty liberal on abortion but letting the baby die without care or comfort sickens even me.

The Obama demographic on abortion has go to be small.

And it will engender revulsion from the rest. (It did me) and emotion moves elections.

Doug said...

Agreed,
I think there's a big difference between a first term abortion and a post natal "abortion."

...like Peggy says, what IS IT, a f....... '48 Buick???