FREDERICK WILLIAM DAME
RENOWNED, HISTORICAL VOICES
COMMENT ON BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA ISSUE NUMBER FIFTEEN
In this issue of Renowned, Historical Voices Comment on Barack Hussein Obama, there are 37 historical personalities who make 131 comments. As with the comments from personalities in the previous issues, all of the statements are true and provide insight into what kind of a character Barack Hussein Obama is. To find out how Barack Hussein Obama can still be defeated, read the closing of this issue.
1. Tecumseh (1758-1813)
Tecumseh, Native American leader of the Shawnee and the large tribal confederacy known in American history as Tecumseh's Confederacy, fought against the opposed the United States during Tecumseh's War and the War of 1812. His status today is that of a folk hero in American and Canadian Native American history.
- On Americans under Obama: Once they were a happy race. Now they are made miserable by the Obama and POLDS, who are never contented but are always encroaching.1
Napoleon Bonaparte, French military and political leader who rose to power during the latter stages of the French Revolution and the complementary wars in Europe, became Emperor of the French from 1804-1815 as Napoleon I.
- On why Obama's socialism cannot take place in America: A form of government that is not the result of a long sequence of shared experiences, efforts, and endeavors can never take root.2
- Estimation of Obama: From the sublime to the ridiculous is but a step.3
- American Patriots to enemedia POLDS: You write ... that it's impossible; the
word is not American.4