>The following email was received relative to a recent article in Political Disconnect tying Barak Obama, while he lived in Hawaii, to a known communist leader, Frank Marshall Davis who visited the home of his mother over a period of nine years while Barak was growing into manhood–and before he left to go to the mainland to college.
It is difficult to know from the email–except from the obvious Hawaiian derivation of the writer’s name, Mr. Kaleokueloha, if this is legitimate.
The entire point was not to chase down Davis’ family and friends and discredit them, but to point out that presidential candidate Obama had some serious time with a man who, because of his position in the Hawaii Communist Party and his age advantage over Obama, was instrumental in propagandizing him and inculcating the youth’s mind with Marxist thoughts. I have not yet posted the second part of the article, which I will today. If the writer wants to give us facts about this relationship–which he can’t because he obviously was not around when all this happened, or maybe he was–information about Davis, his alleged father, that we’re not aware of I would be happy to air them on this blog. Thanks, reader, for your comments, and keep blogging us.
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Monday, September 29, 2008 11:00 PM
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Kaleokualoha has left a new comment on your post “Obama: Communist Sympathizer?”:
Why does Kincaid still insist on chasing the ghost of my father, Frank Marshall Davis, through his series of deliberate misrepresentations? Why does Kincaid still advise the media to “ask Obama about his communist mentor, Frank Marshall Davis”?
All relevant questions have already been answered. “Dreams” indicates that he advised Obama on ethnic, not political matters, and there is no indication that Obama knew anything about his history with the CPUSA. The Obama campaign repudiates his racial view as “incurable.” What more do you need to know?
Posted by Kaleokualoha to Political Disconnect at September 29, 2008 11:00 PM