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Anything sound familiar?
1 posted on 07/09/2010 8:15:10 PM PDT by smokingfrog
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To: smokingfrog
a long and diffuse State of the Union Address

Describes Clinton's presidency.

2 posted on 07/09/2010 8:41:58 PM PDT by Darkwolf377 (Barack Obama, the Coleman Francis of presidents.)
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To: smokingfrog

I’ve posted multiple times the similarities of the Clinton, and the Obama Administrations.

Both were backed by the same sources I believe, and both were Hell Bent to socialize America, but the Clinton’s spent more time, and energy filling their own pockets, creating favor for their personal future that they lost the faith of their backers as I see it, thus Obama, not Hillary.

Obama is a good little soldier doing precisely what the backers demand. I’d say Obama would jump off a cliff if that is what his backers were to tell him to do.

It’s the same ol’, same ol’, but with a “Yes Man” marionette at the end of the strings IMO.


3 posted on 07/09/2010 8:51:55 PM PDT by rockinqsranch (The Left draws criminals as excrement draws flies. The Left IS a criminal organization.)
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To: AdmSmith; Berosus; bigheadfred; blueyon; Convert from ECUSA; dervish; Ernest_at_the_Beach; ...
Dan Balz, February 18, 1993 | President Clinton promised the voters last year that if he was elected he would reverse the Republican policies of the past 12 years. Last night, he finally explained the full cost of living up to that promise -- a volatile political mix of new taxes and spending cuts on which he is gambling his presidency. Clinton laid out his economic program in a long and diffuse State of the Union Address... This was not the Clinton of the campaign trail, a candidate who regularly urged people to have "the courage to change," but who asked little of them other than their votes. The plan unveiled yesterday clashed in significant ways with the rhetoric that brought Clinton to Washington, as the new president bluntly acknowledged that the brighter future he described comes with a stiff and immediate price tag. The $493 billion package of new taxes and spending cuts was as dramatic and comprehensive as he had promised, slicing through every federal agency and household in the country...
...almost as much BS in this eulogy of Clinton's speech as there was and is in Clinton himself. Thanks smokingfrog.
5 posted on 07/09/2010 10:23:02 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ("Fools learn from experience. I prefer to learn from the experience of others." -- Otto von Bismarck)
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