Exposing Obama's Radical Past

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vr3ixbtMS0c]YouTube - Exposing Obama's Radical Past[/ame]


    Aaron Klein is a Jerusalem-based author, journalist, columnist and U.S. radio and television commentator known for his close contacts with Middle East leaders.

    http://www.wnd.com/speakers/aklein.asp
     
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    OH you hacks are just so pathetic. If this is all you have, Obama is doing a great job then.
     
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    I can see where you would think that, if you are anti-American, also.
     
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    Obama's no radical. He's just opportunistic and a life-long devotee of the Democrats (like many Blacks over the past two generations, which is sad because the Democrats position often times consists of getting their vote by convincing them they're going to be screwed economically and socially, otherwise). Up until he got elected to the Senate, he really just tried to associate himself with the right people (especially the movers-and-shakers in Chicago politics) to get ahead, then disavowed knowing most of them. Ayers, ACORN, Rev. Wright -- these people were simply associates who knew other people who could give him an endorsement or a donation.

    I know a lot of conservatives think there's some big secret to Obama, but really there isn't. New media, unpopular majority party, unpopular war, unpopular President, two empty-suit affirmative-action choices for the Democrats -- it was like a perfect storm for the Democrats, but as we've seen, that storm has quickly dissipated. The only secret Obama has is that he doesn't like the rigors of being President. It's boring to someone like him. He's never held an executive position, and methinks that's because he's never had the temperament for it. He's used to being groomed for next position, and now that he's reached the top, there's nothing else to do but govern and lead, and that's boring to him.
     
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    "If you want to know more about a person, look at their friends."

    Thanks for your comment Qball.
     
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    BO is a radical. Did you ever think you would hear an American president say one can make too much money?

    One problem with pointing these things out is that too many people aren't paying attention, or don't understand the terms. They hear the buzzwords and dismiss them as hate speech, and think, "No way an American Pres could be that radical. After all, he's so well-spoken!"

    This book sounds like a worthwhile read, but it won't stick.
     
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    Did you ever think you would hear an American president say one can make too much money?

    Ask Warren Buffet and Bill Gates about making too much money....they seem to agree with him
     
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    They're dems. They would. Neither is or ever will be Pres.
     
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    yes....how "convenient" for them to think so :lol:
     
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    Yes someone can make too much money.
    It wont hurt them but it will hurt the people arround them who are subject to the power too much money gives the person who holds it.

    Our founders did not intend for this system to become a path to control of the government by a wealthy few.

    Go site me any passage of their writings where they said this is what they intended if you claim otherwise.
     

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