While I don't really feel "selfish" for not voting for Barack Obama (and his wanna-be tag-along, Dan Seals, 10th District Dem candidate), it seems that Barack Obama wants me to feel guilty that I don't want the government to take away my money and redistribute it to those Obama thinks are more worthy than me for the money that I worked for. As Obama gets more cocky in his supposed lead in the polls, his true colors are starting to be revealed in every greater proportions. Now, if we don't pay the higher taxes he proposes to spread the wealth around, we're apparently "selfish."
This is nothing new for those of us who had Barack's number months or even years ago. I recall that I once commented over at Ellen's blog that the issue I had with Obama's politics was that he wanted to take all of my money and stand on a street corner in Chicago and hand it out. Interestingly, I think someone even labeled me a "racist" for suggesting that.
Turns out, I was pretty much right, only it's not just Chicago streetcorners where he wants to hand away my tax dollars, it's every corner in America.
There's lots more on the Internet on Obama's redistributionist agenda, if you look. I think those that don't know about it by now, may not really want to know about it. But if he wins, many more people than might have first thought they would be affected will find out very quickly.