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The Real Barack Obama

hitthedeck Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 10:31 AM
he has never condemned their teachings. These facts are undeniable by Obama’s cover-up of all records of his past personal and academic history. He has been very guarded with his past and his position as president has put an elitist protection that prevents the media from questions that he will not answer. If this president is reelected I am sure that his past will come forward with the arrogance of victory. He will have nothing to loose and will want his mentors to have the credit that he believes they deserve. If he looses this election he will be a national community organizer and will not stop his desire to divide the country and invoke this nation into a full socialist state. If that happens he will show his true religion views...
Julie374 Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 11:48 AM
Hitthedeck , bravo you gave a brilliant explanation that puts it all together in an intelligent way . I , too think Obama does not call terrorism for what it is because he sees these terrorist as freedom fighters . On the flip side , he sees Americans as the terrorist and the oppressor. Obama is one very seriously sick and dangerous man to Americans and our country. ROMNEY RYAN 2012
hitthedeck Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 10:32 AM
and I have a feeling that it could very well be that of Islam.
His record as President is probably the worst presidential record in our history and the liberals are blinded by his stature. He does not consider his tenure a failure because his goal and methods are exactly what his mentors had taught him. He was taught that you must divide a nation and destroy its treasury in order to create a socialist state. Our constitution has been our safeguard against Obama’s policies but he has cleverly bypassed our safeguards and created executive orders and legal maneuvers to override the congress and the people. Four more years of the same will make this nation bankrupt and could possibly invoke civil unrest that could result to civil war.

A recent poll shows that 85 percent of middle-class Americans believe they're worse off now than they were 10 years ago. Yet shockingly, just 34 percent of those people blame Barack Obama. More Americans blame Congress (62 percent), banks (54 percent), corporations (47 percent), former President George W. Bush (44 percent) and foreign competition (39 percent).

Why the disconnect?

These folks aren't entirely wrong. Congress did nothing about an out-of-control Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac for a decade, and allowed the Federal Reserve to inflate the currency all the while. Banks played along with the regulatory regime in...