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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ian De Silva
Despite public vilification, those who champion traditional values remain stalwart on their issues. The Values Voter Summit, which begins Friday in the nation's capital, embraces subjects that rivet many Americans but often get short shrift.
"A mainstay in the propaganda of Third World leaders is the relentless assault on the wealthy, and Obama is a master at that. In fact, many Third World leaders, despite being well-off themselves, are particularly adept at haranguing the public into thinking that wealth is an evil. And Obama, despite being a millionaire himself, is inimitably adept at public castigation of the wealthy," Mr. de Silva adds.
But wait, there's more, says Ian de Silva, a contributor to Human Events newspaper.