Obama repels babies

Dennis Putnam dap1 at BELLSOUTH.NET
Wed Oct 20 16:34:47 MDT 2010


 Obviously, by definition you are wrong. They are racists or Uncle Toms.

On 10/20/2010 11:48 AM, Steven Laib wrote:
> I think that this proves something I've believed for some time.  After
> all, babies are cute and innocent.  Therefor, if they are repelled by
> BHO, it probably proves that instead of being misunderstood, he is
> just pure evil. 
>
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> SDL
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> *From:* Carl Spitzer <Winblows at LAVABIT.COM>
> *To:* RUSHTALK at CSDCO.COM
> *Sent:* Wed, October 20, 2010 10:32:52 AM
> *Subject:* [RUSHTALK] Obama repels babies
>
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> Is Obama a serpent; or a robot; or a space alien -- or merely a sociopath?
>
>
> http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2010/08/14/even-babies-shun-obama/
>
>
> *Even Babies Shun Obama*
>
> *Posted on August 14, 2010 by Eowyn*
>
> *First, he attracted flies(1). Then came the bees and rodents(2). *
>
> (1)
> http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2010/05/17/obama-flies-and-bees/
> (2)
> http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2010/05/21/now-obamas-attracting-rodents/
>
> *Now he’s repelling babies.*
>
> *Developmental psychologists tell us(3) that babies who are just
> minutes old already are able to make eye contact. The baby finds his
> mother’s face and looks into her eyes, and sees his reflection in his
> mother’s adoring gaze. Newborns’ instant ability to make steady,
> extended eye contact is their first, most powerful effort to
> communicate with other humans.*
>
> (3)
> http://www.parenthood.com/article-topics/making_eye_contact_is_a_babys_first_amazing_skill.html
>
> *Scientists say that this inborn ability enables newborns to establish
> powerful connections to their caretakers right from the start. This
> ensures that they will have the protection, security and care they
> require to survive, and it lays a foundation for social skills needed
> throughout life.*
>
> *In experiments, researchers found babies as young as 2 to 5 days old
> are remarkably skilled at making eye contact. In effect, human infants
> are born prepared to detect and respond to important social signals.
> So important is an infant’s eye contact that scientists say when
> babies are disinterested in making eye contact, it is an early signal
> of being at risk for certain developmental disorders such as autism.
> [Source: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (2002):
> 9602–05.]*
>
>
> *Given the above, it is significant that Dan Amira of New York
> magazine(4) has noticed an interesting phenomenon -- babies are
> refusing to make eye contact with Obama.. Amira writes on August 11,
> 2010:*
>
>    (4) http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2010/08/obama_slideshow.html
>
> *   Conservatives despise him. Many liberals remain stubbornly
> unimpressed(5). He gets no credit when he does something right, and
> faces new, often manufactured controversies seemingly every day. *
>
> *   And it’s all adding up, because now, even babies -- sweet,
> lovable, barely sentient babies -- have turned on President Obama, the
> man with whom they once invested so much hope.. Though he tries time
> and again to connect with these impressionable young citizens, it is
> all in vain, for his overtures are met only with cold shoulders..
> Tiny, cold shoulders.*
>
>    (5)
> http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2010/08/if_you_criticize_the_president.html
>
>
> *The article has a series of 11 (eleven) slides of babies avoiding eye
> contact with the Sociopath, such as this one:*
>
> *   [image] -*
> http://fellowshipofminds.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/baby-no-eye-contact.jpg?w=400&h=400
>
>
> *I urge you to go HERE(6) and see the other slides for yourself. The
> expressions of both the babies and Obama -- often of mutual disgust --
> are hilarious.*
>
> (6)
> http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2010/08/obama_slideshow.html#photo=1x57337
>
>
> *How does the saying go? .. “From the mouth of babes....”*
>
> *~Eowyn*
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