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Obama's Unfulfilled Promise Change

anglers reward Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 1:53 PM
Too bad today, that obama had to cancel his meeting with Egypt's Morsi. Here they thought they'd be able to broker a swap, the blind sheikh for an ambassador. That was why nobody was worried and went to bed when our ambassador went missing. They thought he'd been safely 'kidnapped'. But the kidnapping was bungled and the 'bargaining chip' died from smoke inhalation and no ransom (the swap) could be 'justified' by holder. Wonder who they'll conspire to try and snatch next?
topknot Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 4:48 PM
Give it time and Obummer will be bowing down to the ones that killed our ambassador and three others. I did not vote for the black man first time around I was a registered democrat at that time but guess what I am a registered republican now and I want to vote aganist any democrat that comes up for relection. and I might throw in a few republicans I would like to see old meeley mouth Bohner out.
Jeff2422 Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 2:21 PM
Such a cynic. Now, your great leader would not do such a thing. Trust him, you have nothing to worry about, you have nothing to worry about, you have no......... (as Obama stares into your eyes and you hear the ticking of a clock; you fall into a trance; Obama says "trust me, trust me, trust me") You awake, and say, "Oh Mr. President, I trust all is well?" Obama says, "Of course, don't you trust me?"
You say, "Oh yes Mr. President, I trust you, more than my own mother. Thank you for your great leadership. Not sure what happened to that ambassador, but I am sure you are on top of it."
And so it seems to go for so many in our country.

"The most important lesson I've learned is that you can't change Washington from the inside," Barack Obama said in an interview Thursday on the Spanish-language Univision network. "You can only change it from the outside."
A better way to put it is that Barack Obama has proved he can't change Washington from the inside.
One case in point is the comprehensive immigration legislation Obama promised to steer to passage in his first term. The Univision interviewers, who asked tougher questions than the president has been getting from David Letterman or various rappers, zeroed in on this...