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Monday, October 27, 2008

There is no doubt in my mind that John McCain will be our next President

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You heard it here first; John McCain will be our next president. How can I speak so boldly of the occurrence of future events in the face of evidence to the contrary? It all has to do with my perspective as an immigrant to this country, the bias of people of prominence who just want Obama to win and the shear silliness of what this man is proposing for America.

First, as an immigrant to this country I have the unique ability and privilege to observe you Americans from a more objective point of view, which probably explains why I am a conservative (culturally speaking I should be a Democrat). Now the fact that I am an outsider, at least initially, has allowed me to observe the silliness of liberalism without the baggage of racial oppression, even though my own country of Jamaica was racially oppressed first by Spain and then by England. I have also been able to observe (and this is most important) the center-right nature of the American population and your distaste for laziness. These two facts are in your blood and DNA sequencing and it will not allow the American population to vote in a fashion that will put the most liberal politician to ever run for president in the White House.

Second, note the bias of people granted an open microphone. Let me illustrate this by way of a story, Do you guys remember the Columbine High School massacre? Two kids created what must have been a small taste of hell in the school that day. Isn’t it something to behold how so few can influence so many when the right instrument of influence is used? To those kids it must have seemed like the muzzle of a gun was around every corner. This is the phenomenon that has engulfed our nation right now. Every time you open a paper or turn on a television you are told that John McCain is all but done, like a Thanksgiving Day turkey. I really believe that the constant bombardment of this anti McCain-Palin campaign can and I believe is intentionally being used to intimidate voters. This is a ploy however that will not work in a voting booth.

Lastly, let me start by giving you in a nutshell what is Obama’s political platform: Socialism is awesome and keep your pro-life hands of my body. Well the fact is, socialism is not awesome; in fact it fails wherever it is tried and abortions are on the decline, need I say more. If Obama thinks it’s so cool to spread the wealth around rich to poor then why doesn’t he give John McCain half his campaign contributions so that they can operate with the same cash flow? That of course would be absurd and the American people think it is absurd too.

Mark my words, John McCain will be our next President and all of you will come to a deeper appreciate my political insights and quite frankly my genius.

Danian Michael for,
Political Agenda.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

The Art of Debating - What's under all that nice wrapping Paper? John McCain needed to help us unwrap Barack Obama.

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In all fairness to John McCain, debating is a skill that takes a lot of time and effort to hone. Senator McCain strikes me as the kind of man who is probably annoyed by all this talking and positioning; he is a man of action and a busy one at that. Contrast John McCain’s life and style with that of Senator Obama, and you understand why Obama “appears” (and I can’t over-stress appears) to be holding his own against John McCain. Barack Obama is way more enamored with himself and how he is being perceived. In the first debate, did you know that senator Obama had countless people playing John McCain debate him in mock debates? Contrast that with John McCain who was in Washington trying to hammer out this bailout plan and he flew the same day to the site of the debates and took on Barack Obama almost as an afterthought. Indeed Senator Obama is crafty with an uncanny ability to recast his negatives in a positive light or to evade them altogether. John McCain, for lack of a better term, is a straight talker. Senator Obama is anything but… and I am afraid that my fellow Americans are not unwrapping the nicely packaged prank that is Barack Obama.

With that said however, John McCain’s handlers and I would say the Senator to a great extent, did him a disservice when they made attacking Barack Obama somehow an ignoble act. The first duty of any debater is to show the folly of his/her opponent’s position. If I had to assign a percentage value to what I just stated, I would say that debating is 80% showing the folly of your opponent’s position and 20% of presenting your own. Straight forward and to the point is the name of the game when stating what you believe; this is why John McCain did so well at Saddle Back while Senator Obama did so poorly. With regards to the presidential debates however, John McCain had to destroy the myth that is Barack Obama and in my humble opinion McCain could have done a better job throughout these debates.

As a point of interest I would like to site just one example of many where I thought John McCain could have dealt Obama a knock out blow but never delivered the punch.
On the issue of taxes: Senator Obama has been allowed to forward the silly notion that John McCain wants to give tax breaks to the Oil companies in spite of their record profits. My fellow Americans, this is an outright lie. John McCain wants to give a tax cut to all U.S. Corporations, without exception. Now you might disagree with me on whether or not Barack’s statement on McCain’s tax policies is a lie or not, but of course that will depend on your own standard for truth telling. Here is the knock out blow John McCain could have dealt last night but didn’t: McCain could have responded with one word and killed Obama --- while at the same time putting Michigan back in play. And the word… the word is MICHIGAN. If anyone believes that a tax on corporations isn’t a tax on everyone, all you have to do is look at how the big three automaker’s problems are affecting everyone in Michigan, without exception; rich, poor and in-between. McCain needed to make the point that the United States’ economy is a highly complex and INTERDEPENDENT economy and that it is impossible to have a localized effect on it. To better One is to better all and to kill One is to kill all. Ask Jennifer Granholm, the Governor of Michigan, who made it so difficult to do business here with her high taxes and liberal view of the world. Now we are all suffering. Ask the poorest person in Michigan if it would be a good thing for Ford, GM and Chrysler to start showing a profit -- and that person will first ask if you are a moron and then they will say of course it would be a good thing.

I challenge all of you to further unwrap the nicely presented package that is Barack Obama (I started the process for you in this blog, looking at his tax policy and his integrity) and tell me if you can still vote for this man.

Danian Michael
For Political Agenda.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

No One's Safe

"During my Congressional career, I've had the privilege to become acquainted and friendly with John Lewis, one of Dr. King's bravest disciples. On Sunday March 1965, John Lewis was as courageous as anyone could ever to be." – John McCain from his book, “Why Courage Matters.”

“What I am seeing reminds me of too much of another destructive period in American history," Lewis said in a statement released to FOX News. "Senator McCain and Governor Palin are sowing the seeds of hatred and division, and there is no need for this hostility in our political discourse."

"George Wallace never threw a bomb. He never fired a gun, but he created the climate and the conditions that encouraged vicious attacks against innocent Americans who were simply trying to exercise their constitutional rights," Lewis added. "Because of this atmosphere of hate, four little girls were killed on Sunday morning when a church was bombed in Birmingham, Alabama."

It is noteworthy that when trying to give an example of what John McCain believes to be the highest virtue a person can posses, John Lewis is at the top of a very short list for the senator from Arizona. Former president Bill Clinton, who was considered the closest friend to African Americans (I don’t believe this), “the first black president” is his unofficial title, he was forced to cry uncle during the presidential primaries. He said and I quote, “the race card was played against me” with regards to how he and his wife were treated by the Obama campaign. My fellow Americans aren’t you just a little (in my case, quite a bit) sick and tired of walking on egg shells around Barack Obama because of his color? I am starting to realize that this man (Obama) and his followers have no concept of loyalty, and friendship. Based on what John McCain wrote in his book about John Lewis, you would have thought that senator McCain would have at least been given the benefit of the doubt by Congressman Lewis. John Lewis said of McCain that he is promoting racial segregation in the way he is running his campaign, simply by criticizing Barack Obama.

So who is safe from the wrath of an Obama presidency? If John McCain and Bill Clinton aren’t safe, then neither are you? Ponder that as you vote this November.

Danian Michael for
Political Agenda

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Political Agenda with Danian Michael - Live Radio Weekly Talk Show - Week TWO

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Week 2; I did a critique of the speech Senator Obama gave when he was declared the official nominee for the Democrat party.
I was less than impressed and his supporters gave me a piece of their minds when they called into the show... Listen to the entire 30 minutes.

Political Agenda with Danian Michael - Live Radio Weekly Talk Show - Week ONE

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My first Show, I talked about racism in this country and that Black Americans are behaving more like bigots that their white counterparts: 95% of blacks are voting for Senator Obama while less than 50% of white American are voting for the white candidates; you do the math.

The callers were not happy... Listen to the entire 30 minutes show.