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Return of the Credibility Gap

Pat1859 Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 6:38 PM
One of the side videos on Townhall last week asked important question, but a little too late! He asked "How can a man who was raised by a black father who hated America, sent to a white mother who hated America, attended a Church led by a black who hated America and married a woman who hated America until she was finally proud of America because it nominated a black man who has no pride in America become President"? By his own statements and actions he has no great love for this country and what are the powers behind him to get him into this place and what are the objectives for all this? I think that in the next four years we will see the answer.
rwright Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 12:58 AM
You sure will, and you probably won't like it. But the majority of the electors voted for him and that is what it's all about. If the Rep. party keeps on putting forth unelectable candidates, you will have Dem. presidents for a long, long time.
traitorbill Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 9:43 PM
How does a ghetto agitator who believes that the constitution is a "fundamentally flawed" "charter of negative liberties" ever get elected? Can it be said that a President who seeks the "fundamental transformation" of America really loves America? Does a President who believes that "the government has an interest in fairness" understand the role of a President? Can a President who tells people "If you got a business, you didn't build that" really believe in free markets? Can a President who said "At a certain point you've made enough money" and "I think it's good for everybody when you spread the wealth around" really appreciate the value of capitalism? Wherever he was born, he isn't a cultural American.
Rte66ZenMaster Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 10:29 PM
Soetoro is an embarrassment to the country.
Lyndon Johnson, step aside. Barack Obama is far more deserving than you ever were of the term "credibility gap."

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