Alan Keyes: Stop Obama or U.S. will cease to exist


Claims ‘communist usurper’ plunges country into chaos

[Report includes detail on numerous lawsuits challenging Obama’s eligibility to be President.]

February 21, 2009

 

 

By Drew Zahn
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

Alan Keyes, a 2008 presidential candidate who is also a plaintiff in one of the many lawsuits challenging Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility to occupy the Oval Office, charged at a pro-life rally that unless Obama’s social and economic policies are stopped, the United States as we know it is over.

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8 Responses to Alan Keyes: Stop Obama or U.S. will cease to exist

  1. Lucifer Jr. says:

    Oh Alan, did you forget to take your meds again?

  2. WeR1 says:

    Why do we even give these skanks a platform?

  3. Allan Erickson says:

    Lucifer Jr.

    An arrogant, conceited person is called a mocker. His arrogance knows no limits. [Proverbs 21:24]

    Acts 13:38-41

  4. Allan Erickson says:

    WeR1:

    Just little, irrelevant things like liberty, free speech and traditional Americanism I guess. Collectivist tyrants have no use for such things.

  5. a. mcewen says:

    I’m more concerned with Keyes’s rhetoric. What does he mean by saying we must “stop” Obama. Keyes should take his own advice and act like an adult.

  6. Allan Erickson says:

    a. mcewen

    Certainly, a scholar and a gentleman like Keyes refers to stopping this man legally in whatever way possible, through the courts or the electoral process. Keyes doesn’t count as friends and close associates domestic terrorists, radical leftists, and an assortment of America’s enemies from around the world, as does our President.

  7. […] of producing the birth certificate, Mr. Obama has hired a number of lawyers to fight Phil Berg and Alan Keyes and others who bring legitimate concerns to the courts.  This raises the obvious question:  What […]

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