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Originally posted by Odessy
But Bush was FAR worse than Obama.
Originally posted by kozmo
I, for one, am not the least bit shocked by this "Hypocrisy" - the man is not only a hypocrite, he is an outright liar. In fact, he has elevated the art of political posturing, obfuscating and lying to a whole new level - one this country has never seen before. He is systematically dismantling every last great vestige of what used to be America. In short, he is pissing on our heads and telling us it is rain - and the stupid Obamtrons believe him!
Originally posted by charlie0
You all think Obama is hypocrit. I voted for Ralph Nader in the past but this time I voted for Obama with the hope that he will bring the change that we all need. If he is hypocrit then anybody please tell me what is the solution. I wrote letters to congress and I am doing my part in many ways to bring the change. Unless we all get together and collectively struggle your chatter will not solve the problem. Because Bilderberg is very active and methodically advancing. Look what the Medical Insurance Cartel did. They raise hell in the congress to stop Obama. who we can trust.
[edit on 28-7-2009 by charlie0]
Originally posted by Solomons
I'd just like to say i hate this ohhh its those god damn liberals/lefties.Im a liberal and even i can see Obama for what he is,i don't like big government and i don't like lies.This sweeping approach by people that blame everything on people who are liberal is just another notch in what is wrong with the world.I think you will find both conservative and liberal movements have been going in completely different directions as to what they were intended to be.And if you go to the core of liberal and conservative ideologies and not this faux movement that has emerged.You will find that liberals and conservatives share more values with each other than they do not.
Obama administration's domestic approach to preventing terrorist attacks will rely in large measure on refining and expanding initiatives launched under President George W. Bush.
How to keep the U.S. safe and foil terrorists are charged issues that took a central role in last year's presidential campaign, when then-Sen. Barack Obama criticized the Bush administration's tactics. But Napolitano, in an interview this week, signaled that the Obama administration isn't contemplating a wholesale revision of the agencies or programs created under Bush to further anti-terrorism efforts.