Sunday, October 2, 2011

Obama at Gay Human Rights Dinner: More Lies, More Divisive Politics

At the annual Human Rights Campaign’s annual dinner in Washington, Obama once again demonstrated that there are no depths he will not stoop to in order to smear and slander his opponents. To a cheering crowd of Gays and Lesbians, Obama propagated the widely held myth of the booing of the Gay soldier at the recent Republican debate in Orlando. At that debate, soldier Stephen Hill stood and introduced himself as a Gay soldier in the U.S. military; No boos. Nothing. It was not until Hill asked candidate Santorum the question; "Do you plan to circumvent the progress that has been made for gay and lesbian soldiers in the military?” that there was some booing. Not in response to the soldier's sexual orientation, but in regards to the change in the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy. That was it; not hateful, as Obama and those on the Left would have you believe, but in response to the policy change.

Need proof? See the video of Mark Levin's take on the big lie with the recording of Hill's question and you can hear for yourself (skip to 2:10 for that):

So, it looks like we will see the Obama campaign resorting to any tactic, no matter how low, no matter how divisive. So much for Obama bringing the nation together; besides, he can't exactly run on his record. Actually, he never really could run on his record, could he? Instead, expect to hear more in the vein of what Obama once said at a fundraiser in San Francisco:

'They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy towards people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.' Oh, and they hate the Gays. Of course, don't forget that one.