Thursday, February 25, 2010

Obama has been exposed as a hypocrite and a liar !

Barack Hussein Obama's poll numbers continue to drop, as Americans are finally realizing that he is not the "post-partisan" uniter he claimed to be. He is not the new kind of leader the liberal media proclaimed him to be, and he is certainly not the "saviour" that many naive voters hoped for. Americans are disappointed and disillusioned as they see one example after another of Obama's hypocrisy and double talk. They are beginning to see through the protective liberal media's shield that surrounded Obama during the "fairy-tale like" campaign, and even some mainstream media are beginning to question his methods as well as his motives. Barack Obama is a fraud. He is a hypocrite of the highest order. One example of this hypocrisy is his willingness to use the majority the Democrat party temporarily holds in Congress to force through a liberal agenda that the American voters do not want.He thought by letting tone deaf Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and San Francisco Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi do his dirty work for him, the American people wouldn't realize he was forcing his agenda on us. Well, we have caught on to Mr. Obama's tricks. It turns out HE IS a typical politician, he is just a very smooth talking and persuasive one ! Along with the liberal media to help him, he talked his way right past us and into the White House. The good news is that in 8 months we will be able to remove his accomplices in Congress to take away most of his power.

6 comments:

  1. Brian, I don't expect you to post this, however, you are just flat out wrong.

    Americans are suffering greatly due to lack of health care. You wouldn't know because you are one of the lucky ones with UNION negotiated health care.

    President Obama campaigned with health care reform at the center of his platform and now he is intent on delivering on that promise. Republicans have had their ideas incorporated into the current bill, yet they whine they were not included in the process. That's a lie.

    Republicans have been given every opportunity to participate in the process. Compromise does not mean the Republicans get their way on everything. Many compromises have been offered to try to get Republican votes and none were to be had.

    The President was way more gracious than I would have been yesterday.

    Now it's time to move ahead. The Republicans have had their whine fest and Democrats intend to pass a bill for the American people, which is what they voted for last November.

    Stop your whining and get over it.

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  2. Brian, you deleted two of my posts and they were very reasonable.

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  3. Bruce you are the one that doesn't post opposing views. Brian is a streight shooter.

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  4. Actually Chris, Brian, deleted two of my posts as I stated above.

    I do post all reasonable posts, the same way Brian does, apparently.

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  5. Brian, forcing an agenda. Its been just what a year and a half since voters elected him to do what he said he planned on doing, getting more health care, staying in afhganistan, passing card check and now he's forcing his agenda. I don't know bout the rest but i voted for him to do that stuff.

    Perhaps the people were naive, but they got what they voted for. "His agenda" is doing what he said.

    You want to talk hypocrite talk the RNC, the tea party and the conservatives in general. Take Sen. Shelby putting a blanket hold on 70 appointees over pork barrel spending. Or the republican hold on the TSA apointment. In the age of airborne terrorism there's a conservative hold on the nomintaion of the head of the TSA. And the reason itself is hypocritical. He once misused a national data base out of jealousy over his GF/wife's ex.

    Now thats not good, but lets compare it to a present day tea party superstar, Sarah Palin and her husband Todd who were reprimanded by a judge in the Wooten divorce case over extensive disperaging. The judge threatened to award the custody of the children to Mike Wooten saying "It is the mother's responsibility to set boundaries for her relatives and insure [sic] they respect them, Judge Suddock wrote. He added that: "If the court finds it is necessary due to disparagement in the Mat-Su Valley for the children's best interests, it [the court] will not hesitate to order custody to the father and a move into Anchorage."

    Then add the fact that she was found to be in violation of ethics over the firing of the Alaska public safety commissioner Monegan. Its amazing that the right thinks they have a leg to stand on, especially since the "Tea Party" is nothing more than an extension of the hypocrisy.

    So we can hold the nomination of a an important head of our Transportaion authority during a war on terrorism for minor violations 20 years ago, but we can nominate a person To VP who commits much more ergregious ethic violations only a few years ago.

    You really can't go walking around talking about hypocrites in anothers house, when you haven't cleaned your own.

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