Obama: Believe what I say, not what I do

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  1. teapartysamurai
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    The Obama Square Dance: Believe What I Say, Not What You See - Big Government

    Read the whole thing.

    My comments?

    It's a huge DUH!

    Obama claims success when it's pretty obvious it's a crushing failure. Jobs saved with a 9/10% unemployment rate?

    And that 10% isn't counting the people who have given up looking for jobs! You count them in, some figures have it as high as 17%!

    Ohio alone, figures their unemployment rate at 12 to 15%!

    Jobs are saved or made? In what BS universe does Obama live in?

    Oh yeah, he lives in the limbo of his own ego, which tells him, he cannot be wrong. :cuckoo:

    And when reality comes crashing in, it's all Bush's fault, even though under Bush our unemployment rate was 4.6%!

    Or it's the people's fault! They just aren't trying hard enough to live in Obama's utopia! :cuckoo:

    The truth is, Obama is determined to turn this country into his radical leftist idea of how the country should work, regardless of who it hurts and who it is hurting is the American people.

    Frankly Obama is beginning to remind me of Hitler facing his Generals who are trying to tell him the war is lost if they don't change gears. No matter how they try to hit him with reality, Hitler won't believe it, and insists they go on with his plans. Problem is those plans resulted in Germany being destroyed and cut in two.

    I begin to wonder if that is where we are headed. :(
     
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    Nuff said....

    No need to read further
     
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    You know, I was reading a post on here from someone who was obviously a liberal/progressive thinker.

    Early on, in his post, he said that Obama is by no means liberal and if anything leaned more to the right.

    I could have simpoly respnded with "no need to read further"....but instead, I wanted to see why he thinks as he does and allow me to understand someone elses view to either confirm or correct my thinking.

    You see something you dont like and you move on.

    WHy learn? Waste of time I guess?

    Hitler was more than a murderer. He was a dictator...one that was loved by the people early on his his tenure. One that was admired by his allies/turned enemies.

    It does not hurt to see similarities that may exist between any president and all great turned evil leaders dureing the frist part of their tenure.

    It allows us to confirm or deny the direction we are going in.

    Buyt why? Obama is a saint and there is absolutely no reason we should look deeper into him.

    Curious....how many people have you associated with over your adult lifetime that were part of radical, violent groups; or are (were) admitted communists, or admitted to admiring Mao (for good or bad).......
     
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    You actually compare claiming Obama is a centrist is the same thing as comparing Obama to Hitler?

    Obama is a "great but evil" leader?

    No wonder moderates look at conservatives as out of touch extremists
     
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    The reference to Hitler had nothing to do with his moral character but with his refusal to listen to his advisers that a tactic change was necessary.

    What happens when one says "read or listen no further than whatever" is that you jump to conclusions based on an out of context sentence fragment.
     
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    You opted to read my post that way. Actually, I believe you opted to SPIN my post that way. Whatever.

    I do not know that Obama is evil. I know he was quite popular by his believers and our allies. Just as Hitler was. I also know that some things have happened, i.e. Van Jones, his TRUE relationship with Ayers, Anita Dunn, that now give any open minded individual enough reason to say "is he that man I thought he was".......just as Hitlers admirers started to do after 2 years.

    SO whereas I hope the analogy is not a real one, I would think any rational sensible American would want to keep his/her eye on the man and see how things develop.

    Dont forget....Chavez was loved and popular and was NO WAY a socialist.

    DO you think Americans are born smarter than Venzuelan's?
     

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