Obama's view of America troubles voters

Danny Huddleston
Rasmussen reports that McCain is pulling even with Obama, apparently Obama's excellent adventure in Europe didn't have much effect on American voters:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows the race for the White House is tied with Barack Obama and John McCain each attracting 44% of the vote. However, when "leaners" are included, it’s McCain 47% and Obama 46%.

This is the first time McCain has enjoyed even a statistically insignificant advantage of any sort since Obama clinched the Democratic nomination on June 3.

That's good news for McCain, but this election is not really about McCain is it? This election is about Obama and I think this excerpt here is even more eye-opening:
Forty-six percent (46%) of voters nationwide now say that Obama views U.S. society as unfair and discriminatory. That’s up from 43% in July and 39% in June. By a three-to-one margin, American voters hold the opposite view and believe that our society is generally fair and decent.

In June 39% of voters said that Obama views U.S. society as unfair and discriminatory. In July it was 43%, now it's 46%. That looks like a trend doesn't it? The more voters learn about Obama the more they realize the "Change" he's talking about is a radical change of American society.

If the trend continues it won't be long before a majority of voters realize that Obama sees America as "unfair and discriminatory". Three out of four voters disagree with that statement.

And of course that's the way he views America, it's the central theme of his candidacy. In Obama's opinion our society is unfair because we use 25% of the worlds petroleum supplies while we make up only 4% of the worlds population. He said the only problem with the high price of gas is it happened too quickly. And we can't drive our SUVs anymore, or set our thermostats at 72 degrees.

It's well known that Obama wants to redistribute wealth in America from the wealthy to the poor, what's less understood is that he also wants to do this on a worldwide scale. He wants to redistribute America's wealth to the rest of the world. World Net Daily has that
story:

Sen. Barack Obama, perhaps giving America a preview of priorities he would pursue if elected president, is rejoicing over the Senate committee passage of a plan that could end up costing taxpayers billions of dollars in an attempt to reduce poverty in other nations.

The bill, called the Global Poverty Act, is the type of legislation, "We can – and must – make … a priority," said Obama, a co-sponsor.

It would demand that the president develop "and implement" a policy to "cut extreme global poverty in half by 2015 through aid, trade, debt relief" and other programs.
More troubling is his plan to scale back our military and create a civilian security force "just as as powerful". From Investors Business Daily we have his words on the subject:

"I'm the only major candidate who opposed this war from the beginning; and as president, I will end it.

"Second, I will cut tens of billions of dollars in wasteful spending. I will cut investments in unproven missile defense systems. I will not weaponize space. I will slow our development of future combat systems.

"I will institute an independent defense priorities board to ensure that the Quadrennial Review is not used to justify unnecessary defense spending.

"Third, I will set a goal for a world without nuclear weapons. To seek that goal, I will not develop nuclear weapons; I will seek a global ban on the production of fissile material; and I will negotiate with Russia to take our ICBMs off hair-trigger alert, and to achieve deep cuts in our nuclear arsenal."

Obama wants to disarm our missile defense just as Iran is starting to build nuclear missiles. And he wants to "slow our development of future combat systems". In Obama's world we would be forced to negotiate from a position of weakness, there would be no more American exceptionalism, we would be just like every other country in the world.

I hope the more voters learn of Obama's plans for America the more they will disagree.
Rasmussen reports that McCain is pulling even with Obama, apparently Obama's excellent adventure in Europe didn't have much effect on American voters:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows the race for the White House is tied with Barack Obama and John McCain each attracting 44% of the vote. However, when "leaners" are included, it’s McCain 47% and Obama 46%.

This is the first time McCain has enjoyed even a statistically insignificant advantage of any sort since Obama clinched the Democratic nomination on June 3.

That's good news for McCain, but this election is not really about McCain is it? This election is about Obama and I think this excerpt here is even more eye-opening:
Forty-six percent (46%) of voters nationwide now say that Obama views U.S. society as unfair and discriminatory. That’s up from 43% in July and 39% in June. By a three-to-one margin, American voters hold the opposite view and believe that our society is generally fair and decent.

In June 39% of voters said that Obama views U.S. society as unfair and discriminatory. In July it was 43%, now it's 46%. That looks like a trend doesn't it? The more voters learn about Obama the more they realize the "Change" he's talking about is a radical change of American society.

If the trend continues it won't be long before a majority of voters realize that Obama sees America as "unfair and discriminatory". Three out of four voters disagree with that statement.

And of course that's the way he views America, it's the central theme of his candidacy. In Obama's opinion our society is unfair because we use 25% of the worlds petroleum supplies while we make up only 4% of the worlds population. He said the only problem with the high price of gas is it happened too quickly. And we can't drive our SUVs anymore, or set our thermostats at 72 degrees.

It's well known that Obama wants to redistribute wealth in America from the wealthy to the poor, what's less understood is that he also wants to do this on a worldwide scale. He wants to redistribute America's wealth to the rest of the world. World Net Daily has that
story:

Sen. Barack Obama, perhaps giving America a preview of priorities he would pursue if elected president, is rejoicing over the Senate committee passage of a plan that could end up costing taxpayers billions of dollars in an attempt to reduce poverty in other nations.

The bill, called the Global Poverty Act, is the type of legislation, "We can – and must – make … a priority," said Obama, a co-sponsor.

It would demand that the president develop "and implement" a policy to "cut extreme global poverty in half by 2015 through aid, trade, debt relief" and other programs.
More troubling is his plan to scale back our military and create a civilian security force "just as as powerful". From Investors Business Daily we have his words on the subject:

"I'm the only major candidate who opposed this war from the beginning; and as president, I will end it.

"Second, I will cut tens of billions of dollars in wasteful spending. I will cut investments in unproven missile defense systems. I will not weaponize space. I will slow our development of future combat systems.

"I will institute an independent defense priorities board to ensure that the Quadrennial Review is not used to justify unnecessary defense spending.

"Third, I will set a goal for a world without nuclear weapons. To seek that goal, I will not develop nuclear weapons; I will seek a global ban on the production of fissile material; and I will negotiate with Russia to take our ICBMs off hair-trigger alert, and to achieve deep cuts in our nuclear arsenal."

Obama wants to disarm our missile defense just as Iran is starting to build nuclear missiles. And he wants to "slow our development of future combat systems". In Obama's world we would be forced to negotiate from a position of weakness, there would be no more American exceptionalism, we would be just like every other country in the world.

I hope the more voters learn of Obama's plans for America the more they will disagree.