Thursday, July 03, 2008

Just Some of What Defines Barack Obama:
He voted against banning partial " birth abortion.
He voted no on notifying parents of minors who get out-of-state abortions.
Supports affirmative action in Colleges and Government.
In 2001 he questioned harsh penalties for drug dealing. Says he will deal with street level drug dealing as minimum wage affair.
Admitted marijuana and cocaine use in high school and in college.
His religious convictions are very murky.
He is willing to meet with Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, Kim Jung Il and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Has said that one of his first goals after being elected would b e to have a conference with all Muslim nations.
Opposed the Patriot Act.
First bill he signed that was passed was campaign finance reform.
Voted No on prohibiting law suits against gun manufacturers.
Supports universal health-care.
Voted yes on providing habeas corpus for Guantanamo detainees.
Supports granting driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
Supports extending welfare to illegal immigrants.
Voted yes on comprehensive immigration reform.
Voted yes on allowing illegal aliens to participate in Social Security.
Wants to make the minimum wage a "living wage".
Voted with Democratic Party 96 percent of 251 votes.
Is a big believer in the separation of church and state.
Opposed to any efforts to privatize Social Security and instead supports increasing the amount of tax paid.
He voted No on repealing the Alternative Minimum Tax
He voted No on repealing the "Death" Tax
He wants to raise the Capital Gains Tax.
Has repeatedly said the surge in Iraq has not succeeded...when researched, you will find this is untrue
He is ranked as the most liberal Senator in the Senate today and THAT takes some doing!


BB Church said...

You're against habeas corpus and the separation of church and state? These are two of the foundational principles of liberty. If you want to live in a theocracy under the rule of fear not law, you can move to the tribal areas of Pakistan or Iran.

petunia said...

Don't be silly BB....the constitution was BUILT on the church....just read history. The founding fathers did not want the government to be IN CHARGE of the church and make decisions concerning the church- not the other way around. They did not want the government to decide what religion people should be. In 1796 George Washington said:"It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible"