Canonical list of Obama connections

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John Perazzo at Discover the Networks has put together a the canonical list of Obama's shady connections and political ideas complete with links to the relevant documents. From his Preface:
�The Closing Argument�
Barack Obama has now delivered his nationally televised �closing argument� summarizing the supposed justifications for electing him to be the next President.

Following is a compelling argument against electing him. It is an argument founded on a thorough analysis of Obama�s record vis a vis the votes he has cast, the positions he has taken, and the promises he has made during the course of his entire political career�eight years in the Illinois state senate and four years in the U.S. Senate (of which the last two years, incidentally, were spent almost entirely on campaigning for the presidency rather than on attending to any legislative duties�as evidenced by the very large number of votes for which he was not present during that period).

This document will look also at several of Obama�s alliances that are of immense significance, examining the nature of those relationships and the reasons why they are so important.

If you, the reader, are already aware of the considerations discussed herein and you intend nevertheless to vote for Barack Obama, your decision is to be respected. In the marketplace of ideas, we are not all required to select items from the same shelves.

But perhaps you are an Obama supporter who is unaware of many or most of the things discussed in this document. If that is the case�as it probably is�the information contained herein is likely to have a profound influence on your measure of Mr. Obama. It is for your consideration that this is written.

You may approach this document in either of two ways. You may, as is recommended, start at the beginning of the narrative and read it through to the end. But if you prefer, you may also click on those particular subheadings that most interest you, and read them in any sequence you wish.
It is well worth reading even if your mind is made up. Ask yourself why these questions have never been covered in detail on the mainstream media.

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