American Family Association

by R. Burge

Elijah Friedeman uses US Weekly to make a claim that Angelina Jolie dislikes Pres. Obama and calls him a socialist who is more concerned with handouts than self improvement.

Friedeman also mentions statements made by Matthew Dowd where he indicates that Sarah Palin has a chance of gaining the Republican nomination in 2012. Friedeman hopes that this does not occur, he writes, “Not because I disagree with Palin’s views, but because I know Palin isn’t ready to be president. For some reason people have been conditioned to think that serving several years as governor of a small state (at least in regards to population) qualifies her to be president of the United States and leader of the free world. Craziness. That’s makes about as much sense as electing a first-term Senator to be president. Just look where that’s gotten us.” A quick post by the AFA also notes the brisk sales of Palin’s new book.

The AFA reports recent findings by Rasmussen that indicates Pres. Obama’s declining approval numbers.

Finally, Crane Durham writes that he is thankful for the overwhelming protest by the American public to the recent policy initiatives proposed by Congress.

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American Family Association

by R. Burge

A post highlights recent statements by White House Communications Director Anita Dunn in which she praises Communist Leader Mao Tse Tsung. This is echoed in a different post by the AFA.

Another post by David P. Smith argues that Americans are leaving the only true God for the government god.

The AFA also reemphasizes the recent spat between the Obama White House and the Fox News channel by embedding a video of comments by David Axlerod over the weekend.

Another post comments on recent statements by Obama Adivsor Robert Reich. In this remarks Robert Reich apparently lays out the harsh true of health care reform- namely that young people will pay more than their share and older Americans will not receive the best drugs and technology.

Recent poll numbers show that Hillary Clinton is now more popular than Barack Obama.

Finally, the AFA publishes supposed leaks from the Nobel Peace Prize committee in which the majority of the voting body were opposed to Pres. Obama receiving the award.