The Obamabot Zombies Marching to the Polls

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I know when the election has gotten to me is when I start dreaming about our presidential candidates. I recently had a dream which I’ll try to describe in some detail. I was walking with a group of people while watching another group of people walking in the opposite direction. I noticed they were deformed, with bloodied faces as they marched along down this path. I watched as people I knew marched by in the same state, as if they has been turned into zombies and could no longer thing for themselves or rationalize anything. They just followed blindly, never questioning. Come to find out, at the end of this road was Barack Obama, bringing the zombies in as his voters.

I didn’t think much of the dream until I began piecing more together and realizing that many Obama supporters are, indeed, zombies who are not thinking for themselves, nor are they questioning The One and his policies, they’re just following him.

After months of watching this election unfold, I have come to a realization. There is a good portion of voters in this country that think Barack Hussein Obama will be a terrible president, however, they’re going to insanely march into the polling booth and pull the lever for him anyway. Why? Their reasons vary from no longer wanting to pay for health insurance to simply refusing to vote for a Republican again.

They are not examining the issues, they are not deciding which candidate best represents them, they are in a zombie-like trance which is pushing them to vote for Obama, even though they know he will be the most disastrous administration in American history. They’re aware of his domestic terrorist associations with William Ayers, and they’re fine with it because they have lost their minds and are not thinking clearly.

This piece from the Ben Smith’s blog at Politico about a moderate voter focus group:

Reagan Dems and Independents. Call them blue-collar plus. Slightly more Target than Walmart.

Yes, the spot worked. Yes, they believed the charges against Obama. Yes, they actually think he’s too liberal, consorts with bad people and WON’T BE A GOOD PRESIDENT…but they STILL don’t give a f***. They said right out, “He won’t do anything better than McCain” but they’re STILL voting for Obama.

The two most unreal moments of my professional life of watching focus groups:

54 year-old white male, voted Kerry ’04, Bush ’00, Dole ’96, hunter, NASCAR fan…hard for Obama said: “I’m gonna hate him the minute I vote for him. He’s gonna be a bad president. But I won’t ever vote for another god-damn Republican. I want the government to take over all of Wall Street and bankers and the car companies and Wal-Mart run this county like we used to when Reagan was President.”

The next was a woman, late 50s, Democrat but strongly pro-life. Loved B. and H. Clinton, loved Bush in 2000. “Well, I don’t know much about this terrorist group Barack used to be in with that Weather guy but I’m sick of paying for health insurance at work and that’s why I’m supporting Barack.”

I felt like I was taking crazy pills. I sat on the other side of the glass and realized…this really is the Apocalypse. The Seventh Seal is broken and its time for eight years of pure, delicious crazy….

Did you read the compelling reasons there? Did you read voters who were voting for Obama based on his stellar economic plan or his unfettered support for infanticide? No, they’re voting for him because they are not engaging their brains in this election, they’re walking in to vote for a terrorist-carousing, socialism-espousing, abortion-supporting radical leftist who will proceed to run this country further into the ground than we could have possibly fathomed.

Oh, I’m sure you liberal readers will reply with foolish, empty statements like “Barry Hussein Obama couldn’t be worse than George Bush, the worst President ever!!”

Let me tell you, George W. Bush doesn’t hate this country or scare me the way Barack Obama does. Bush has his failures, like the $700 billion bailout bill, running our deficit into oblivion, and failing to finish the Iraq War using our military to it’s fullest.

That all being said, I wouldn’t have this inherent, gut-wrenching fear if Hillary Clinton was the Democratic nominee. Hillary is a corrupt, crooked liberal politician, but at least I know she loves America. I cannot say the same for Barack Obama who moved to Chicago to embrace the radical, anti-American lifestyle.

The next criticism I’ll get is liberal fools asking me why Barack Hussein Obama would run for President in a country he despises? I’ll tell you why, to destroy it from the inside with his ultra-socialist policies of tearing down capitalism, piece by piece. I know that’s fine with many of you since you are incapable of handling your own lives and need the government to change your diapers. Thanks, but no thanks, not everyone needs Barack Obama’s help to get out of bed in the morning, some of as are self-sufficient even if you Obama zombies are not.

Here’s something for your Obamabot Zombies to consider, your “man” supports judges directly legislating from the bench, and I can prove it. Now, for some of you liberals, you’ll be fine with this since when you can’t win in the ballot box, you force your way using the judicial system. Judges are supposed to interpret law, not write them, any first year law student knows that, let alone Barack Obama as a lawyer. Obama gives the legal profession a bad name, it’s truly sad.

Here is Barack Obama’s answer from Wednesday’s final presidential debate concerning Supreme Court nominees:

Obama: Well, I think it’s true that we shouldn’t apply a strict litmus test and the most important thing in any judge is their capacity to provide fairness and justice to the American people.

And it is true that this is going to be, I think, one of the most consequential decisions of the next president. It is very likely that one of us will be making at least one and probably more than one appointments and Roe versus Wade probably hangs in the balance.

Now I would not provide a litmus test. But I am somebody who believes that Roe versus Wade was rightly decided. I think that abortion is a very difficult issue and it is a moral issue and one that I think good people on both sides can disagree on.

But what ultimately I believe is that women in consultation with their families, their doctors, their religious advisers, are in the best position to make this decision. And I think that the Constitution has a right to privacy in it that shouldn’t be subject to state referendum, any more than our First Amendment rights are subject to state referendum, any more than many of the other rights that we have should be subject to popular vote.

So this is going to be an important issue. I will look for those judges who have an outstanding judicial record, who have the intellect, and who hopefully have a sense of what real-world folks are going through.

Did you read that? Obama wants a justice who “have an outstanding judicial record, who have the intellect, and who hopefully have a sense of what real-world folks are going through.” I missed the part about how the justice should interpret and uphold the constitution, not “have a sense of what real-world folks are going through.” That is an uninformed, incorrect answer from a man who should know better. Then again, as part of his radicalization in Chicago, Obama probably learned that the judiciary system is the way through which his radical, socialist policies can be impugned on the citizens.

The Supreme Court was not designed to function the way Barack Obama thinks it should function. Supreme Court justices are not there to decide on what “real-world folks are going through,” they’re there to determine if a constitutional right has been broken. Barack Obama is relying on you to be misinformed on this subject and give him a pass on his shortcomings, don’t let him!

There you go, the legal scholar who doesn’t even know what the true job of the judiciary branch is supposed to be. Yet, he taught Constitutional Law at the University of Chicago. If I was a student, I’d be asking for a refund.

Luckily we haven’t voted yet so there is still a chance to save the country from the turn down this road. Please, for the sake of America, educated yourself and don’t follow the Obamabot Zombies down the path to destruction. Vote with a love for your country, not a love of Obama’s radical socialist policies. Open your eyes and your mind, do not be sucked into his speeches for they are but empty words, a curtain hiding his radical socialist agenda for this nation.

Think about this one folks, if Barack Obama was being considered for cabinet position, he wouldn’t be granted a security clearance because of his past domestic terrorist associations. If that doesn’t scare you, then have fun in your Obamatopia while the country goes down the crapshoot. As for me, I’ll be forming a compound made up of the sane people who did not vote for Obama. We’ll be somewhere bitterly clinging to our guns and religion, as Obama cannot take them away.

Don’t be an Obamabot Zombie, think for yourself and your vote against Obama might just save us all.

Sorry for the length, I’ve gotta vent somewhere.


Conservative Gal is a regular commentary writer for YouDecide2008.com

  • Dhd

    CG, I think you should have taken a breath before embarking on this voyage – this is reminiscent of material I associate with “Obama-bots”. Anyway, on with the breakdown.

    Paragraph 1: ‘I have a dream’. Only 3 weeks of all this nonsense and we can all sleep sound.:)

    Paragraph 2: Some Obama supporters are there for reasons other than his policies and his character. Not very profound CG.

    Paragraph 3: Unknown fraction of voters actually supports some liberal positions. Crazy.

    Paragraph 4: It must be so that they reached these conclusions without any consideration of other issues. Really?

    Paragraph 5: Ben Smith’s blog determines some idiots also prefer Obama. Shocking.

    Paragraph 6: Repeat 5 with embellishments.

    Paragraph 7: Liberal readers taunted to reply without reference to “George Bush, the worst President ever!!”

    Paragraph 8: Bush is less scary to CG than Obama.

    Paragraph 9: Hillary is also better, although still awful. Some sort of allusion to Chicago being the epicenter of all things anti-american?! (I missed this reference, apologies).

    Paragraph 10: Uh oh, conspiracy theory language. Ultra-socialist liberials want to destroy the country from the inside. Americans who might choose these policies might be anti-american, or even worse, lazy.

    Paragraph 11: Suggests Obama supports judges legislating from the bench.

    Paragraph 12: Obama answer fails to back up this assertion. This is entirely arrived at through worst interpretation of a populist, meaningless sentiment: that judges “…have a sense of what real-world folks are going through.” Unconvincing argument.

    Paragraph 13: restating 11, plus some unreferenced speculation.

    Paragraph 14: Explains Supreme Court functionality.

    Paragraph 15: more 11.

    Paragraph 16: A bit of talk of love of country, paths to destruction mixed in with some nice generic political waffle.

    Paragraph 17: Obama might be a terrorist. FACT. Also, fear-mongering.

    Paragraph 18: Fade to black.

  • Frank

    “Let me tell you, George W. Bush doesn’t hate this country or scare me the way Barack Obama do”

    So fear for the unknown is the reason for this article full off nonsense.
    Fear is a bad adviser CG

  • Frank

    ** Nuked by Admin **

    Note: Please refrain from profanity in your comments, thanks!

  • Dhd

    I’ll be honest Frank, I thought I did a better job. You produce a lot of emotionally-charged language that doesn’t add to the discussion. Certa bonum certamen; don’t get dragged into reacting to every empty jab.

    Also, Bush can’t take total credit for all the bad Frank, congress takes a big share of that. I would love to see performance-based pay for congress – wouldn’t that be interesting! Lobby monies, fractions of pork… straight out of their salary. Beautiful. The founding fathers missed a few tricks there I reckon.

  • Frank

    “You produce a lot of emotionally-charged language that doesn’t add to the discussion”

    Dhd,
    youre right that the emtionally charged aspect doesnt add anything to the discussion.
    You did a better job indeed.

    But you will notice that CG wont respond to any of your points with arguments.

    Your right that Bush doesnt take all te blame. Im just responding to her point that Bush may have f*cked up, but thats okay beceause he loves his country.

  • David

    most ppl vote fpr obama because they think mccain = mcbush. when in fact obama is the 2nd bush. tell voters what they wanna hear during election, then in actual fact have no experience in leading.

    grats. seems like obama is gonna win. im betting against the US dollar now.

  • Bill Hedges

    David–So right.I use to buy stocks. My favorite was ,, UNF,,..Currancy not my bag. I’ve been out for 3 months now. Too much risk for me.

  • Babs

    You vent well, CG. The comparison to some Obama supporters and zombies is dead on, and sad. Some of them that have been interviewed can’t even give a BAD excuse – can’t even recognize a photo of Joe Biden. They have no idea why they’re supporting the rock star – they just are, they say.

    Hopefully, these idiots are among the large number that doesn’t actually show up to vote on election day. Otherwise the asylum really will be run by the inmates – namely the gang of 3 – Obama, Pelosi, and Reid. If that’s not scary, I don’t know what is.

    BTW, I’m not referring to most of the Obama supporters here. Only that sector that is exactly what CG says, and you know they’re out there, too.

  • Bill Hedges

    Dalle- Actual Iraq was not about oil. Please re-read what I wrote. I give reason. You must of not read my comment. Or did not comprehend. Maybe you can prove it was oil. Please do. Simple saying it was oil, is empty statement.

  • IndiMinded

    Q: Why are all the zombies gravitating towards Obama?
    A: That’s where all the brains are!

    😀

  • I’m fairly new here but this was an entertaining article and very accurate with regard to many moderator voters I know personally. Ask them why they support Obama, they don’t know. All they know is they’re voting for Obama because something about change and hope for the future, that’s all.

    If Barry O wins on hope and change, then McCain didn’t do a very good job and needs to pull out the big guns.

    dhd I think you are the kind of people Conservative Gal was talking about, you just rambled off responses with no explanation of why you’re supporting Obama. Perhaps you’ll give the answer that you don’t want 4 more years of Bush, very deep with “McSame” or some other childish nonsense about Republicans.

    And Frankfurt, you don’t even pay taxes here so this discussion doesn’t concern you, thanks for playing, pick up your prize on the way out.

    Here is the funniest part, Conservative Gal is right that Barry wouldn’t get a security clearance and none of you have a problem with it. If Barry was applying to the FBI, CIA, or a cabinet position, he’d never make. The presidency though, we’ll just let any bozo in there.

    The country has gone insane and Barry Obama is leading the charge with dhd and Frankfurt in lockstep behind him.

  • Dhd

    CG did an uncharacteristically weak article – that’s my only thesis here. I am sure she will come back with more solid foundations for her points.

    Who said I was voting for Obama? I believe my responses here have been notably nonpartisan and fair. Your comments about me are untrue, speculative and use more of these emotional empty jabs. But “thanks for playing”.

    Right now I sense your issue is that some people you know voting for Obama have sketchy at best reasons for doing so. I agree 100%. I believe the same is probably true of some, probably fewer McCain supporters. So your argument boils down to: you believe some Americans are illogical with their vote, specifically those voting for the other guy. Can you see why this is particularly unconvincing?

    I think the security clearance point is a valid, certainly interesting one. I think it’s a tough sell to the public at large though because of the guilt-by-association counterpoint, and that apparently he is “secure” enough for the legislative branch of government. But if it convinces some people, great.

    My big issue with all of this is that the battle will be won or lost over the economic issues. Not folksy conservative appeal, not micro-differences in foreign policy. Especially not character attacks by the guy lagging in the polls, representing a party vilified for character attacks in previous elections. I mean come on! The conservative is being trounced on by the non-conservative on economic issues. As a liberal, conservative or independent (or Frank!), I would have to say that that is pathetic.

  • Deb

    If Obama wins maybe we can all be part of the $845M (or was that Billion) he wants to give to the UN for 3rd world countries, because that is were we are headed. I can honestly say I didn’t vote for Bush and I would never have voted for Kerry.
    I can’t believe that Pelosi wants the Ethics committee to look into the Florida congressman who supposedly paid off his mistress with campaign money but she has no intention of getting the Ethics committee to look into Barney Frank or Chris Dodd. And I am sure that the fine people in Barney Frank’s district will be voting him in again this November. I have nothing against gay people as far as their choice of partners goes but I have a problem when a member of the banking committee is having a relationship with a senior exec from Fannie Mae and they convinced everyone that they could keep their work and relationship separate. If they had been a heterosexual couple they both would be in jail right now.

  • Babs

    I can’t believe Pelosi wants to do that either, Deb, considering only weeks ago it was exposed that she funneled her own campaign funds to her husband’s law firm!!! Totally illegal, why didn’t she call for an investigation into HERSELF??

    It was billions, btw, Deb. $845 billion to 3rd world countries – most of that to Africa, and he didn’t seem to want that to be one of his programs to cut last night at the debate. The truth is he doesn’t intend to cut ANY spending, only add to it.

  • Deb

    Babs
    The only way I see it is that too many people have been drinking that Obama koolaid. I don’t even want to think about Obama, Reid and Pelosi in Washington. We don’t stand a chance.
    Of course it was billions he wanted to give away. It is never small with him. And wasn’t it $1M a day since he got in office that he has received in pork barrel spending? Most of that was payoffs for people getting him into office.
    Do you think that ACORN had anything to do with Obama beating Hillary?

  • Babs

    Yes, it was $1million for everyday he’s been in office.

    That’s a good question about ACORN, and I’m beginning to think that they did. It was during the primary that Obama admits he paid them $800K and try to cover it up on his books as “lighting”. Many of these ACORN registrations have been reported to be during the course of the entire year, which would cover the primaries as well. I even have to wonder about Brunner and Ohio. She’s trying way too hard not to have to look at those records. Could be that some of the fraudulent ones are more than a few weeks old……..

  • U.S.A.

    CG

    Go back to sleep and dream that McCain wins the election. Its the only why it will happen….in a dream….LOL

    Im lovin it!

  • Bill Hedges

    U.S.A– I have considered the poInts, ideas,and facts of your above coments. I am now voting for OBAMA.

  • Bill Hedges

    U.S.A.– I promise you that if you will give your opionions, I will not make fun of you. I give you my word.

  • Dale

    That was one of the funniest tirades I’ve ever read, Ha ha.

    The next criticism I’ll get is liberal fools asking me why Barack Hussein Obama would run for President in a country he despises?

    That’s is gold! CG you’re priceless, don’t ever change, I don’t think my heart could take it!

    Does anybody remember when CG hated McCain with a passion and said she wouldn’t even vote if he got the nomination… anybody?

  • Argon

    Has anyone considered to what depths we can fall, as a country, if we place such a man, with such character flaws into this position. I won’t recite the facts about National Security and Associations that would preclude this person from getting a much lesser position as that would be redundant.

    Does Art imitate life, or just the opposite?

  • I have a crush on Conservative Gal

    Kidding! I’m too busy being an Obama bot to care what she thinks…

    but seriously CG, get off your high horse…I am a Masters Graduate working in a field where I am paid very well to read and write about complex issues on a daily basis (not a lazy welfare liberal! surprised?); I have proven to myself and many around me that my faculties for critical thinking are, to say the least, reasonably well developed – and you have the nerve to tell me the only reason I could possibly be voting for Obama is due to, to paraphrase OReilly, drinking some sort of zombie Koolade? consider the fact that its possible – maybe even likely – that a good deal of us Obama supporters have examined his policies and actually like them…maybe we don’t consider socialized health care to be anti-american! and, as AMERICANS, we have just as much right to hold that view as you do to reject it! and besides, your use of focus group statements (beyond being horribly non-rigorous in terms of sample size) merely reenforces what every voter, right and left, already knows – NO CANDIDATE IS PERFECT. we are working with a two party system where we have limited agency to pick our absolute favorite man/woman for the job, so there are bound to be compromises made when picking between the lesser of two evils…sheesh, stop being such an angry ideologue (your extremism is betrayed by the superfluous inclusion of ‘Hussein’…get off it already) and accept the fact that people as reasonable (or more) as you are allowed to have differing and COMPLETELY VALID opinions about who to vote for…respectfully
    dan

  • Ben Maedel

    u can whine al u want but check out the poll on this website.. and i dont even think its that close. get used to it. YES WE CAN!!!!!!

  • Ben your right, YES WE CAN elect McCain and Palin!!!

  • “Does anybody remember when CG hated McCain with a passion and said she wouldn’t even vote if he got the nomination… anybody?”-Dale

    I remember all to well, the only thing that fired me up was McCain basically saying that he was only running as a one term President. I’m sure it doesn’t shock you, me being the lipstick republican/conservative that I am, that I LOVE Sarah Palin. She represents me wholeheartedly and she is only one heart beat away from the Presidency. Can you imagine what she would do for budget deficit, politicians would actually be held accountable.

    Dale I have to say that I am flattered to say the least that you have read my commentaries for some time now(this is me blowing you a kiss);).

    I have a crush on Conservative Gal said “Kidding! I’m too busy being an Obama bot to care what she thinks…”

    See that’s what I do to you liberals, I drive you crazy and you can’t stand it. You want to stay away but you just can’t. You are wasting your time if you think you can liberally indoctrinate me, it just ain’t gonna happen to this lipstick, stilettos wearing conservative, but I love ya for trying! Sorry you wasted your time, now run along so you can catch up to the other Zombies.

  • DJS

    Why is it that we can’t talk about Obama and the questionable associates he has because that isn’t who he is but Biden recently repeated the old saying “if it looks, walks and talks like a duck it is a duck”. Now he was comparing McCain with Bush but I say if the shoe fits!!!! He needs to stand in the background and keep his mouth shut because he puts his foot in it everytime he opens it up. With that comment from Biden it says that he also believes the same about Obama.

  • Independent Woman

    Conservative Girl,
    You made a good point in your commentary regarding security clearance; more people should take that fact on board.

    I would also agree that in this election, as in every election there exists a large group of voters who have very little motivation to inform themselves on the issues. A candidate can easily become “fashionable”. So many our closed minded, dare I say ignorant, and vote in accordance with tradition or are swayed by esoteric factors, such as sound bites or even appearance. It’s one of the pit falls of democracy, and I can only imagine your frustration listening to the nonsensical wittering of a focus group.

    I would like you to educate me. How do you know that Obama hates our country? What or who radicalized him in Chicago? How does one quantify one’s love for America? This isn’t any kind of confrontational challenge, simply a gathering of information.

  • Babs

    I’m not CG, but I can tell you the first person who radicalized him in Chicago would be Saul Alinsky.

  • You have absolutely no proof whatsoever Babs that Obama is radicalized, just hearsay, guilt-by-association gutter nonsense. You can do better than Limbaugh/Hannity soundbites.

    Getting back on topic.

    There are some who’ll vote for Obama because of historically voting Democratic.
    There are some who’ll vote for Obama because he and they are black.
    But most I think will vote for Obama because he aint McCain/Palin.
    I’d vote for him because he can Shuck’n’Jive with Ellen…LOL

  • DJS

    pudding..and there are people who will vote for McCain because he isn’t Obama.
    Maybe we can’t prove that Obama is radicalized but why would anyone sit in a church for 20 years listening to the hate and see nothing wrong with it. Or his mentor Frank Marshall Davis who he talks alot about his latest book. His white mother and white grandparents raised him not his black father. Why did he decide to turn against his white family? All the democrats want to accuse McCain of being Bush but if anyone brings up the radical people Obama has been friendly with and looked at them as mentors no one sees a problem with that. Double standards again.