Skip to comments.VIDEO: Obama says he's not a socialist (Part Deux)
Posted on 02/25/2010 1:33:49 AM PST by bronxville
U.S. President Barack Obama launched a vigorous defense of his economic agenda on Wednesday...
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We're getting to him. lol
I see Immelt (?sp) from MSNBC in the audience laughing when he said it. Not too many of the other were laughing though...
There is just no point to him anymore - say anything, do nothing.
Exactly...besides socialist is too soft a term for this student of black liberation theology, he believes in communism pure and simple.
He’s not- he’s a Maoist like that guy who lived in his neighborhood, Bill Ayers.
Nixon - 1973: “I am not a crook”.
Obama - 2010: “I am not a socialist”.
hmmmm,mmmmm, mmmm, -—LIAR
Bubba Xlinton: “I did not have sex with THAT woman...Ms. Lewinsky.”
he is a LIAR!
I’d believe the late Alger Hiss’s denials of being a socialist before I’d believe Obama’s.
And Hiss was a card carrying communist!
Clinton-1998 “I did not have sexual relation with that woman”.
Clinton-1991 “ I tried marijuana but did not inhale”.
What does anyone expect him to say publicly, that he IS? Or for him to admit that he wasn’t born in Hawaii, if that’s true? Why would he ever do that?
Has anyone ever heard a lawyer say publicly that his client is guilty? Or anyone admit to a reporter’s question that they did commit the murder/rape/theft/etc? Will the gov’t ever tell you that the economy is crashing or that someone has a suitcase nuke in NYC until afterwards? You will never hear anything publicly from people that could affect themselves negatively, ever—regardless of the truth.
Al Gore: “”During my service in the United States Congress I took the initiative in creating the Internet.” during a 1999 interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer
NO, he is a MARXIST.
“What does anyone expect him to say publicly, that he IS?”
well, van jones said he is a communist and that communications director liked Mao and Obama himself told Joe the Plumber he wanted to spread the wealth...
True but nobody asked him the question - everybody knows anyway. He offered the information himself in his talk. It’s like his remarks to reporters after the passport breakin, post a minute of Bush bashing, poor security etc., he proceeded to add he had no concern that anything was wrong with his...He’s always on the defense when it comes to himself and when he does this it creates more doubt. For a lawyer he’s not the swiftest knife in the drawer.
that would be the sharpest knife in the drawer - though swiftest knife in the drawer would do...
His behavior makes the case that he is a Marxist. No Marxist has good plans for America or what America means in the world.
Lessening America as he says he wishes to do, will do NO ONE any good.
Can you conceive of an America defenseless and without a deterrent in todays world? I cannot. That's Obama's nightmare scenario!!!!
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