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Four years of conservative and Republican lies, smears and Obama Derangement Syndrome are all wonderfully bundled in a mailer sent out by Ralph Reed to his evangelical following. Reed, head of Faith and Freedom Coalition, is one of a number of conservative hatchet men who operate from the hate-filled backrooms of the Christian Right. Here’s the trash he sent out to his followers.
Reed asks if it’s all “pretty scary”? It would be if any of it was true. But it’s not and Reed knows it but he has no qualms in putting forth blatant lies because he knows that the brain-dead morons on his mailing list will believe every filthy lie. It’s all part of a ploy that’s been in play since day one of the Obama presidency. That is, portray Barack Obama as the anti-Christ who is out to take your bible, your guns, your money and your dog. It’s getting old.
There is only one political party that is out to destroy the economy and anything else that lies in its path on its quest to regain political party. And that would be the Republican Party with the help of low-lifes like Ralph Reed. If you ever for a moment thought that President Obama has pretty much wrapped up this election, keep the following in mind.
…the New York Times reported, the Faith and Freedom Coalition hopes to contact some 17 million conservative voters before Election Day. FFC will deploy more than 5,000 volunteers and will distribute 25 million voter guides to members of 117,000 churches nationwide.
And remember that there are a whole bunch of Ralph Reeds out there doing their best to make sure that the Kenyan anti-Christ does not win reelection.