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Old June 21st 09, 07:43 AM posted to alt.child-support
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CNN censors Obama videos blaming men for father-absence
By David Usher | Jun 20, 2009
In his father's day speech, President Obama went on a classic Washington
tirade [often uttered by leaders of both parties], blaming men for
father-absence and being personally irresponsible. This is the legacy of
David Blankenhorn, who sent the entire political machine off in the wrong
direction in his book "Fatherless America".

Apparently Obama does not want to be "on the record" blaming men for
father-absence. The quick removal of these videos could be a step in the
right direction, but could also be a political move to prevent male voters
from discovering Obama's anti-male welfare-state political bent.

Marriage-absence is still the greatest social and economic problem we face.
The first political party that takes this issue up will be in power for many
years to come.

The two censored CNN videos are below. The advertisement plays, but
afterwards the video player says the "The video you are trying to access is
no longer available."


Obama: Too many fathers M.I.A. 2:20
Barack Obama visits a southside Chicago church, delivering a Father's Day
address on fatherhood and responsibility.

Obama reflects on fatherhood 10:17 (containing the MIA fathers tirade)
Sen. Barack Obama speaks at a Chicago church on Father's Day.

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Old June 21st 09, 06:20 PM posted to alt.child-support,alt.politics.economics,alt.politics.usa.constitution
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Default CNN censors Obama videos blaming men for father-absence

Government has no business in the personal lives of it's citizens, period!



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CNN censors Obama videos blaming men for father-absence
By David Usher | Jun 20, 2009
In his father's day speech, President Obama went on a classic Washington
tirade [often uttered by leaders of both parties], blaming men for
father-absence and being personally irresponsible. This is the legacy of
David Blankenhorn, who sent the entire political machine off in the wrong
direction in his book "Fatherless America".

Apparently Obama does not want to be "on the record" blaming men for
father-absence. The quick removal of these videos could be a step in the
right direction, but could also be a political move to prevent male voters
from discovering Obama's anti-male welfare-state political bent.

Marriage-absence is still the greatest social and economic problem we
face. The first political party that takes this issue up will be in power
for many years to come.

The two censored CNN videos are below. The advertisement plays, but
afterwards the video player says the "The video you are trying to access
is no longer available."


Obama: Too many fathers M.I.A. 2:20
Barack Obama visits a southside Chicago church, delivering a Father's Day
address on fatherhood and responsibility.

Obama reflects on fatherhood 10:17 (containing the MIA fathers tirade)
Sen. Barack Obama speaks at a Chicago church on Father's Day.



 




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