The book opens with; this is a journey that began in many places. It began in Kansas, home of Barack's mother. It began in Africa, home of Barack's father. It began in Hawaii one moonlit night, the night that Barack was born. Sometimes it was a lonely journey. Sometimes it was an enchanted journey. But throughout this most unusual ride, this boy often wondered: Who am I? Where do I belong? It seems to me that even as a little child Obama was confused;I guess the more things change the more they stay the same.
The author Johna Winter, just like the liberal mainstream media love to glaze over Obama's past and his associations. I guess Johna wrote this book to children to cleanse his white guilt filled soul.
Allan J Favish, writer for American Thinker makes some very good observations in regards to Barack
- "Barack" does not tell its little readers that "lovable" Obama voted against state legislation that would have protected newborn infants who had survived abortions from being left to die without food, water and medical care, and then lied about his reasons for doing so. The legislation was adopted at the federal level and finally in Illinois after Obama left the state legislature in 2004. The legislation was called the Born Alive Infant Protection Act and resulted from heroic work by Chicago nurse Jill Stanek who helped to publicize this barbaric practice and the need to get it outlawed.
I guess they left that part out, remember this is supposed to be a feel good bed time story. Favish also goes on to write.
- "Barack" does not tell its little readers that on December 21, 1997 "lovable" Obama wrote a short review in the Chicago Tribune of William Ayers' book "A Kind and Just Parent: The Children of Juvenile Court", which had recently been published. Ayers is an unrepentant domestic terrorist who participated in the bombings of New York City Police Headquarters in 1970, of the Capitol building in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972.
It's a good thing Obama was not at the Pentagon when his friend William Ayers bombed the Pentagon otherwise we might of had a national crisis on our hands. But then again Obama could have been canonized to saint hood.
The book also explores Obama's "church" Trinity Christian.
- His journey had led him to Trinity Church, surrounded by the people from his neighborhood, including many he had helped. And there, swept up in the waves of their singing, with tears on his cheeks, he knew why he was there. He knew who he was, and he knew where he belonged.
What about the church's pastor, Reverend Wright, why wasn't he mentioned?Didn't he play a significant role in Obama's life, What about, his sermons that promoted messages that were raciest and anti American. But I guess this is a liberals attempt to help distort the minds of children. It's a good thing this book takes place in Fantasy Land children's and is a fictional account about The Myth known as Obama.
You can read the full article here.http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/12/another_barack_in_the_wall.html