Thursday, September 20, 2012

Blood on His Hands

The top image is the obscene modification of our flag made by the Obama campaign.  To them, the flag is a symbol they pull out two months before every election in order to capture the confused voters who considers themselves patriots.

The bottom image is from Libya where four Americans were murdered for being American.  That stain on the wall is from blood stained fingers.  Obama's fingers.

U/T: A FB Friend


Glenn has same image on InstaPundit, with some links to others discussing these images.


Andrea Shea-King, hat owner, just posted this version on Facebook:


Yesterday we had some fun at the expense of the Obama campaign's latest effort to attract voters whose age and IQ are both in the 18 to 29 range. The campaign instructed its followers to write messages on their right hands then upload to Facebook or Twitter photos of themselves pledging allegiance to the Dear Leader. The hashtag, #forall, echoes the final words of the real Pledge of Allegiance.

Seeing this in action, it's creepier than we first realized. National Review's Daniel Foster highlights a photo of campaign manager Jim Messina with writing on both his hands: "Obama" on the left, "Care" on the right, positioned so you read them in that order. The smile on his face is terrifying; he looks like somebody who shouldn't be allowed near the immature people for whom the campaign is meant.

The Washington Examiner notes that actress Jessica Alba, in a campaign email, makes it explicitly a pledge of allegiance to Obama:

"Growing up, my classmates and I started every day with a ritual: We'd stand up, put our right hand over our hearts, and say the Pledge of Allegiance," explains Alba. "To me, that gesture was a promise. A promise to be involved and engaged in this country's future. A promise to work for liberty and justice--and for affordable education, health care, and equality--for all."

Along similar lines, blogger Jeryl Bier calls attention to a tweet from @BarackObama, the campaign account, promoting "a poster to say there are no red states or blue states, only the United States." That's a line from then-state Sen. Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention.

Click on the link and you end up on a page at, which offers prints of four campaign artworks. Two of them, titled "Our Stripes," are a parody of the American flag. The red and white stripes are shown as streaks of paint, which strikes us as inoffensive artistic license. But the blue field with 50 red stars is replaced with the "O" campaign logo. It's not the United States of America anymore, but the United States of Obama.

Creepy.  Predictable.  Desperate.

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