Diary

The one question that every Democrat pretends he didn't hear

**You wouldn’t believe the number of Obama sites I’ve posted this question on, without a single reply. Not a single attempt to even discredit the question, let alone any attempt to answer it.

And this is it: Why is it that “Birds of a feather…” does not apply to Barack Obama?

The Dems keep whining about “guilt by association.” “Birds of a feather, flock together,” is a very old saying. Because it accurately describes the phenomenon of people with like interests to gravitate toward one another. It has also withstood the test of time. And it’s meaning and wisdom have long been accepted and used by the masses.

You use it every day. If you have children, you use it even more. You try to impart some wisdom to your kids by suggesting, “Show me who your friends are, and I’ll show you who you are.” They understand that friends came make or break you. They know that relationships influence you values, goals, and principles.

You practice it every day. In the back of your mind, you worry about your kids. You restrict who they hang out with. The Democrats act as though relationships reflect nothing on their children. So, why don’t you encourage your son to buy a motorcycle and join Hell’s Angels? Why aren’t you beaming with pride when he comes home with 4 skinheads? Why would you even think of keeping him away from his friends who “boost” cars? Are you a Neanderthal?

**Would you drive your son to the KKK meeting? Would you happily press his Neo-Nazi duds? Do you suggest the Black Panthers as a career path for him?

I know your answer. I also know your attempt to defend Obama with, “Guilt by association, guilt by association,” is as phony as a $10 Rolex.

The McCain campaign let Obama dodge a bullet when they failed to challenge the whiny “Guilt by association.” The right psychologist explaining why people form the relationships they do, would have crushed the Obamamania before it got started.

So, I’ll ask again, Mr. Dem. Why is it that you know your child’s relationships have a profound effect on his personality, but not Barack Obama’s? Don’t feel bad. No one else could dream up an answer either.