and read this article by Thomas Sowell on Capitalism Magazine:
"[Obama's] voting record in the U.S. Senate is the furthest left of any Senator. There is a remarkable consistency in what Barack Obama has done over the years, despite inconsistencies in what he says.
The irony is that Obama's sudden rise politically to the level of being the leading contender for his party's presidential nomination has required him to project an entirely different persona, that of a post-racial leader who can heal divisiveness and bring us all together. The ease with which he has accomplished this chameleon-like change, and entranced both white and black Democrats, is a tribute to the man's talent and a warning about his reliability."
And while you're at capmag.com, check out this article by Walter Williams as well: Obama's Speech Ignores The Fundamental Issue:
"Some pundits ask whether America is ready for Obama. The much more important question is whether Obama is ready for America and even more important is whether black people can afford Obama."
Obama is an extreme left-winger, and we can well do without those if we want any chance at maintaining at least what little freedom we have left.