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Truth Is Major Obstacle to Obama's Re-election

cbeckman Wrote: May 08, 2012 8:38 AM
Well. Loyal, You have to creat an enemy in order to fight it. Windmills are dangerous, we need a hero to fight them. (Has anyone kept track of how many times politicians have used the term "Fight: - These people just can't get along.)
a Concerned American Wrote: May 08, 2012 12:16 PM
Those La Raza-organized illegal-alien mobs who were on the streets after Arizona's immigration law had passed, claimed that Governor Brewer was "awaking a sleeping giant." However, given their bent and their associations, those mobs were more like a sleeper cell, if you know what I mean.
traitorbill Wrote: May 08, 2012 9:55 AM
I am reminded of an illegal alien protest march in which people carried signs saying "Today we march, tomorrow we vote." I dream of a march on Dc with people carrying signs saying "Today we march, tomorrow we shoot."

It's time for the government to fear it's people. Otherwise it will never be put back into it's constitutional box.

Jefferson said "When the people fear the government you have tyranny, but when the government fears the people you have liberty." Today, the people must fear the government.

President Obama formally kicked off his re-election campaign in Richmond, Va., and Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, and his theme was certainly not, shall we say, "it's morning again in America" -- President Ronald Reagan's optimistic re-election slogan in 1984.

Obama's central message was more like: "Hey, I realize things look bad, and I'm not going to pretend you want four more years of this. But just think how much worse it would have been without me and how much worse it's going to get if you get rid of me."

Interestingly, mainstream media journalists Chris Cillizza and Aaron Blake...