Not sure about the rest, but the last one is paraphrasing and taken out of context...although he certainly acts like it!
Thanks for posting.
Problem is , he is very direct in what he says and means, but many don’t take the time to reflect on what he stands for, and are afraid to call him on it.
Redistribution is a prime example of this. The evidence is there, but it gets glossed over due to “ like ability”
A crook is a crook, even though they may say “ I will give the money back”
Clips of Obama reading his book (warning—many F-words)
Try this on for size: http://www.factcheck.org/2008/06/obamas-dreams-of-my-father/
Racist remarks in his own words:
Snopes has an article on some of these quotes. Of course they try to debunk them. In the process, I learned that while some of the quotes were edited or taken out of context, that they still carried much of the meaning and intent of the quotes from the emails. Snopes had, in some cases, added lengthy explanations explaining very subtle context differences to make the email quotes seem more out of line than they actually were. I left my brief research with the feeling that Obama has not said these things on a Tuesday, but on Wednesday, and that was why Obama is still as pure as wind driven snow.
Just cut and paste each one of those quotes into a Google search and you will get some excellent references on each.
The quotes are real.
Islam — early years: http://www.theobamafile.com/_Islam/ObamaIslamEarlyYears.htm
Islam — candidate: http://theobamafile.com/_Islam/ObamaIslamCandidate.htm
Dreams — Google books search: http://books.google.com/books?id=HRCHJp-V0QUC&printsec=frontcover&dq=dreams+from+my+father&source=bl&ots=PG9C6W4IYM&sig=5qpIOlRHH7sp8Y9-RBcJw13Xsio&hl=en&sa=X&ei=CqhpUPLRK5C20AGP5oDwDg&ved=0CC8Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=dreams%20from%20my%20father&f=false
Audacity — Google books search: http://books.google.com/books?id=4vlcQZU6mwQC&printsec=frontcover&dq=audacity+of+hope&source=bl&ots=RUZxD-Y3J3&sig=NQLsrtgOLSH9Rza2Mcm6ISGJ8nU&hl=en&src=bmrr&sa=X&ei=SqhpUOQB6ITRAbv9gcAI&ved=0CDAQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=audacity%20of%20hope&f=false
The “Search” box is in the left column of Google books. Enter a search phrase and hit enter.
Factcheck's parsing of "stand with the Muslims" is nitpicking -- in talking about "Arab or Pakistani immigrants" Obama pretty clearly was talking about Muslims. But still, they are right that he made the statement in the context of referring to persecution, like the war-time internment of the Japanese, and not in some other context.